janthree wrote:Based on everyone's comments, maybe our BIOS section should be subdivided into a comprehensive list of possible settings. That way, instead of being BIOS specific, users could look up settings that are specific to their BIOS configuration.
Not really possible.
Most non-OEM motherboards come with a manual to describe everything in the BIOS.
Depending on who actually supplied the BIOS hardware and who did the programming, different people can have two different BIOS layouts and exposed functions for the same motherboard.
Ergo, our BIOS data cannot be thorough. There is simply too much ground to cover.
What we can cover is specific case/by case points and or generics that users might run across, e.g. setting front audio headers.
Beyond that, we really need to refer users to their own manuals.
And if they didn't get a manual, point them in the right direction to find a manual online.