P55 USB3 bios

Hello, I bought PC, here are specs:

CPU: Intel Core i5 750
MBO: Gigabyte P55-USB3
RAM: 2x2 GB Corsair 1333
HDD: WD Caviar Black 1TB
VGA: Sapphire ATI Radeon HD 5850
Power: Corsair VX450w
OS: Windows 7 64bit

and I'm wondering are these BIOS settings fine, or i should modify something?

http://slike.hr/slike/b/bios4_e729d.jpg
http://slike.hr/slike/b/bios3_e56ed.jpg
http://slike.hr/slike/b/bios1_0501d.jpg
http://slike.hr/slike/b/bios2_b68c1.jpg
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  1. Looks like a good set of 'stable stock' settings - with an aftermarket cooler, chip is capable of a roughly 50% speed increase to 4GHz:
    http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cpus/2009/09/21/overclocking-intel-s-core-i5-750/1
    http://www.hardocp.com/article/2009/08/25/intel_core_i5750_overclocking_preview/1
    Am curious about the QPI setting, as the processor doesn't support QPI, uses DMI - BIOS guys must have just been lazy [:fixitbil:9]
  2. i default intel cooler on it so thats why I didnt do any clocking, and to be honest I dont understand that ''QPI'' thing, should I change QPI settings or?
  3. Nah - it's working! Just seems curious to me - far as I know, no QPI on an i5/750... Like I said, the BIOS guys likely used the same 'chunk' of code to do the DMI, and never bothered to make it smart enough to display the difference....
  4. oh oki, well If u say my bios settings are fine, i can only than you :)
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