Asus Rampage V Extreme UEFI BIOS
If you are familiar with Asus UEFI BIOS, even from previous X79, or 8 series motherboards then you will have no problem working with the latest version of their UEFI BIOS Utility. It’s pretty much the same with some improvements of course. In my opinion, Asus’ UEFI BIOS is one of the best (if not the best) UEFI BIOS around. It’s very easy to use and navigate.
Just like the non ROG version of the UEFI BIOS, it also features an EZ mode, giving you quick access to information and some control over the system. Heading to the Advanced Mode gives you more information and control over your system. From the Main section, it gives you full information about your motherboard, BIOS version, CPU, and Memory.
In the Extreme Tweaker section, this is all where the action and fun stuff begins. You can set the XMP profile and start overclocking your CPU and Memory from this menu. You can see the rest of the submenus of the Extreme Tweaker section below.
Below are more screenshots of the Extreme Tweaker and other menus in the Advanced Mode.
It may look overwhelming specially if this is your first time to encounter the BIOS utility, or if you are more familiar with other BIOS UI from other motherboard companies. However, spend some time with the Asus UEFI BIOS utility and you will get a hang of it.
Now let’s put this motherboard on the test bench and see how it performs.