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Old 22nd January 2011, 14:38   #1
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The Extreme4 P67 motherboard from ASRock is a feature-rich product which incorporates the latest technologies like USB 3.0/SATA3/eSATA3, supports the Sandy Bridge CPUs from Intel and comes with a very easy to use UEFI BIOS; the motherboard comes with a 8+2 power phase design and is offered at a competitive price. In this review we use the board to push our 2500K CPU to 4.8Ghz with air cooling.

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Neatly done Stefan.

Also like your screenshots : which hard/software do you use for making the bios screen shots ?
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read last page first paragraph, bold part
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Completely read over it lol.

Bios shots without some special hardware are a bit of a pain usually.
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via tv-out > tv-capture card you should also be able to do so
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Thanks for the appreciation! Really like the new UEFI and its screenshot feature.
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via tv-out > tv-capture card you should also be able to do so
how do you tell BIOS to output image over TV-out? it defaults to the HDMI/D-SUB/DVI connector

HDMI capture card would be better
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