Well the BIOS is just about the same as any other bios out there, without the overclocking. All the tabs are basically the same, but let’s get into a little bit more detail. When you first get into the bios you have the system overview . After that you will have the majority of all your other settings under the advance tab.
Next you will have PCI/PnP. Basically, you do not want to touch anything under this tab or it will go blue screen or not boot. Then you have your boot screen where you can choose what device you want to boot off of, as well of the hard drive priority.
The next screen is the password screen where you can setup a BIOS password. After that you have the advance chipset settings, and again not really much in here you want to change. Of course the last thing is the exit screen where you can save your settings and exit the BIOS.