The reason I sent you to that site, was because what I usually do, is download the manual from the manufacturer's site and check out the BIOS options and settings. That's where you will do most of your 'tweaking'.
The manual... thats a good idea
. DERP, i dont know why I hadn't thought of that. Thanks! P.S, I know that those options are in BIOS. I bought an Asus motherboard because I am familiar with previous Asus boards, but I know some have more and less features than others. I will check the PDF of the manual for further details. Thanks!