It's no surprise that Magic-Pro went with an Award BIOS with their K7N-Ultra
We have all the usual memory and AGP tweaks we'd expect from a
nForce2 motherboard. This is not a knock against Magic Pro but I would have
personally preferred FSB adjustments under the CPU Voltage and Frequency. It
would make overclocking quite a bit simpler.
Unlike other budget motherboards, Magic-Pro allows you
full multiplier control on
T-Bred/Barton based processors. CPU voltage goes to a
maximum of 1.85V which should be enough for the average overclocker. AGP voltage can
be raised to 1.8V and DDR voltage to 2.8V. Magic-Pro was also kind
enough to allow for VDD Voltage adjustments all the way up to 1.8V but
the Northbridge didn't seem to like running at 1.8V. Up next, the benchmarks!