High Precision Event Timers (HPET)

This provides various ACPI methods to the Operating System, and is recommended to be on unless system instability is noticed.… >>>Click Here To Continue Reading

LAN Option ROM

This option is used to enable or disable a computer’s network card from acting as a boot device. You can disable this option to decrease BIOS boot time unless you plan to boot your network card as a listener (Mostly for server environments only).… >>>Click Here To Continue Reading

Trusted Platform Module (TCG/TPM Support)

Enabling this setting allows for encrypted drive keys that are a requirement for encryption programs to operate such as Microsoft BitLocker.… >>>Click Here To Continue Reading

Quick Booting

Setting this item to [Enabled] allows the system to POST quicker by skipping some system checks such as in depth memory checking.… >>>Click Here To Continue Reading

Primary Graphics Adapter

This setting determines which graphics card will be booted and utilized first. Standard options for this setting are [OnBoard] [PCI] [PCI-E]. This setting is determined by whether you have a dedicated graphics card or onboard graphics on your motherboard.… >>>Click Here To Continue Reading

PCI Latency Timer

This item controls how long each PCI device can hold the system bus before another PCI device takes over. By setting a higher value, each PCI device is given more time to process transactions and as a result will have improved PCI bandwidth. The higher this value is set, the better the PCI performance will be.… >>>Click Here To Continue Reading

MPS Table Version

This is used to select the Multi-Processor Specification (MPS) version to be used with the operating system. In most cases, it should be set to [1.4] or [Auto].… >>>Click Here To Continue Reading

IOACPI Function

This field enables or disables the APIC (Advanced Programmable Interrupt Controller). It is highly recommended that this option is enabled for Windows operating systems. This function will expand available PCI/IRQ resources on your computer.… >>>Click Here To Continue Reading