There are all the usual memory tweaks we'd expect from an
i875P motherboard; including CAS Latency, RAS to CAS, and RAS precharge options.
We can set the memory frequency to run 1:1, 5:4 and 3:2. For the newbie
overclocker, DFI makes things a bit easier with their System Bandwidth
The options HPS are meant for people with memory which can
run aggressive timings. MPS is for memory with a bit higher latency, and LPS is
for memory which will be running on conservative settings.
You can adjust the FSB from 200-400 MHz in 1 MHz increments
as well as setting the AGP/PCI/SATA at 66/33/100 to 73/37/100 and 80/40/100MHz.
The voltage options in the DFI LANParty PRO875B BIOS are not quite as advanced
as the ones that are found in the LANParty NF2 Ultra B, which is a little
Still having a max CPU voltage of 1.975V, DIMM voltage of
2.9V and AGP 1.8V is pretty good.