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Buy the individual parts, put them together, install Windows – the path to your computer is actually easy if it weren’t for the fine tuning. Motherboard manufacturers are expanding their UEFI interfaces year after year, adding new features with each generation, and the overall outlook is getting smaller. How to optimize UEFI and what settings do what and what to pay attention to, also with the aim of installing Windows, we explain in four additional different articles. Although it’s from 2020, it’s pretty timeless – until AMD switches to the AM5 socket.
The guides explain all of the UEFI settings, most of which have nothing to do with the CPU. Just Overclocking and tuning the Ryzen 5000 Relatively brief because it is covered in special articles.
Configuring AM4 Motherboards: More than 70 options explained in MSI UEFI. In the first part of our series, we explain important MSI settings to whom and what they actually do. Article from PC Games Hardware 03/2020.
Tuning for AM4 Motherboards: Over 70 options explained in Gigabyte UEFI. We explain another motherboard manufacturer’s firmware and explain what CSM, GPT, and MBR are and how BIOS and UEFI differ. Article comes from PC Games Hardware 04/2020.
Configuring AM4 Motherboards: Over 250 Asus UEFI Options Explained: We explain how to optimally set up your Asus UEFI, what exactly ACPI is and what it means, what exactly connects Bitlocker to the TPM and what side effects Fast Boot brings with it. Article comes from PC Games Hardware 05/2020.
Tuning for AM4 Motherboards: Over 230 options explained in Asrock UEFI. The fourth part of our UEFI guide series is about Asrock. It also highlights common terms that are used often and settings related to virtual machines. Article from PC Games Hardware 07/2020.
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