MSI's ClickBIOS UEFI saves space to reduce the need for scolling by not placing separators between each group of settings. It does take a few seconds longer to find a specific setting, but owners of the Z68A-GD55 should quickly become accustomed to the design.
Frequency and ratio settings are found in the first half of the menu, with on-board graphics overclocking also encouraged.
MSI provides integrated GPU and DRAM reference voltage levels, in addition to the core and bus voltage settings most overclockers use.
Primary and secondary memory timings are grouped within the Advanced DRAM Configuration submenu.
Tertiary memory timings are found one submenu further into the menu structure.
Now I just wish Intel would do the same -- can't they just rip off Asus's UEFI implementation?
Do you stare into your case whilst computing, or do you look at the monitor?
Some cheap monitors still use VGA, but these boards are not for the budget market! For VGA compatibility (for external capture devices and such) they could just use DVI-I and let the oddball user who needs VGA for that oddball purpose supply his own adapter.