Just like almost all boards based on the second generation Intel Core processors the Z68-ITX WiFi Supreme uses a UEFI BIOS, but it is not that flashy and mainly text based. The main BIOS screen will give you the BIOS information, total memory installed and date and time. Moving over to the advanced tap you will find most of the settings.
Starting with the X-Setting you are given 3 menus for CPU Performance, GPU Performance and Memory Timing Configuration. Starting with CPU Performance you can enable Intel SpeedStep Technology, enable CPU turbo boost, set the active processor cores and change some other settings. Unlike other boards you can not set a static processor speed. So you will need to rely on the turbo boost to get the most out of your system.
In the graphics configuration you are able to adjust the integrated GPU frequency, power limits and voltage. In the Memory Timing configuration you can set the memory frequency as well as timings.
PC Health status shows you CPU temperature, fan speeds, voltages and gives you a few different fan options. In Storage Configuration you can set the SATA mode and also enable or disable staggered spin-up, external SATA port and hot plug for each SATA port.
CPU Configuration allows you to enable and disable many of the CPU-specific features. USB configuration allows you to turn USB support and many other USB features on or off.
Finally moving over to the Chipset tab there are other options for the display configuration and onboard device configuration.