System Configuration & BIOS
CPU: Intel Core i9-9900k
Motherboard: ASUS ROG Maximus XI Hero Wi-Fi
RAM: 16GB G.Skill TridentZ RGB 3200MHz
GPU: Nvidia RTX 2080 Founders Edition
SSD: Toshiba RD400 512GB
OS: Windows 10 Professional X64 1803
SUPERO’s UEFI BIOS starts out on a simplified screen showing all the basic information you need and gives you just enough settings to get up and running quickly with no fuss.
Should you need to dig a little deeper hitting F7 will bring you into ‘Advanced Mode’. You are given an organized layout comprised of seven sections along the top. The first section is Overclocking.
Each major section has its own sub-menu such as the CPU and the Memory.
Everything related to CPU configuration and features are in this area.
Next up is the Memory section. If you didn’t do it on the EZ Mode screen, Turn on XMP while you are here. Most of your more important settings are going to be in the OverClocking.
The Advanced menu holds things like integrated devices, as well as other less commonly used system settings that most users probably won’t need.
H/W (Hardware) Monitor is pretty self-explanatory, you can view all voltages, connected fan RPM’s, temperatures, and control connected fans.
Save & Exit contains most of your boot settings, so don’t dismiss it quickly.
BIOS updating is done in the last section, but there were no updates available as of this review.