BIOS Tuning: Maximum Power

CAS Latency: Major Effect, Continued

Useful information: A memory module at 133 MHz clock in CL2 mode is faster than an overclocked module operating at 150 MHz in CL3 mode!

The "SDRAM Cycle Time" also affects the memory performance.

Enabling the "All banks" option only produces a marginal change in performance.

The following pictures show the various features that can be adjusted in the BIOS's "Chipset Functions" menu.

The "USWC" option enables the write cache of the video memory and produces slight performance increases in conjunction with state-of-the-art graphics cards.