The second BIOS I used fixed the override voltage setting problem and allowed my to finally tune the voltage to get to the 4.7GHz clock speed my chip is capable of. Setting the memory timings manually would result in a failed post attempt across both of the BIOS I have tested so far. Using the XMP profile for my memory proved to be the best option for me with this board from ECS. Although it sounds bad out of the gate, it`s still a good start for the board and the next BIOS update should iron out any other issues. When using the BIOS it is a step forward from last year`s UEFI BIOS implementations with the interface working as intended."
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