I never like playing around with bios nor will I ever.
That is the wrong attitude to have, especially if you're going to change out parts and expect it to run at 100% efficiency.
It's not going to bite you. It's a must if you want to troubleshoot hardware issues.
After checking your board specs, there's a BIOS Update from 7/27/2012, Version 2203 - I would check to see if you are running that version, and if you aren't, update it.
Here's the link to the DOWNLOAD page...http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/AMD_Socket_FM1/F1A75V_PRO/#download
Select your Windows OS... then just click BIOS and then click the [GLOBAL] link under Version 2203 to download the file
I would then click the BIOS-Utilities tab and do the same as previous to download the loader and follow the instructions.
I wouldn't start trying to troubleshoot anything until your BIOS is up to date - especially after seeing #1 on the list being "1.Improve system stability."