Inside the BIOS:
ECS provides an exhaustive set of BIOS options
in the H67H2-M motherboard that allow users to control
how the motherboard communicates with peripherals, IGP graphics and so forth. Unfortunately, overclocking options are pretty much
absent from this UEFI BIOS.
In the video options we can change the amount of memory
assigned to the IGP, from 128MB and 256MB.
Processor options are pretty much limited to whether
Intel Turbo Boost is enabled, or not. Some
power options allow control over how efficient
the board is, if I'm understanding this correctly.
ECS' motherboards have always had a pretty
good set of features, it's just that the Intel H67by design, doesn't support
much in the way of overclocking. It's not possible to change the CPU multiplier for
example. Some memory settings are also available.
Total system power draw and Test system specs are up
next, then it's onto the benchmarks! First, a quick overview of the Intel H67
chipset and the features it brings to the table when combined with a Sandy Bridge