MSI was a little less responsive than usual in terms of BIOS and we had to contact some of the brand’s overclockers in order to get our hands on more recent BIOS than those available on the brand’s official website.
As usual, the BIOS opens on the simplified display which will be more than enough for users who do not want to modify other parameters than the basic ones. For the others, a press on the F7 key will allow you to access all the parameters. The BIOS is intuitive and for the initiated, it is quite easy to find the different parameters necessary to clock your processor or your memory kit.
It is in the “OC” section that we will find the main parameters that we will modify as the XMP profile. Attention, on this version, by default the FLCK was in 1:2 whereas it should be in 1:1. So I had to do it manually.
MSI also offers memory profiles via “Memory Try IT!” which can be a good starting point for those who want to start overclocking their kit. We can only regret the absence of profiles that would allow you to overclock your processor although it is not very complicated to start. We will test the memory profiles when overclocking the DDR5 kit.
Finally, don’t forget the importance of saving your settings so that you don’t have to encode your settings every time!