Well, I finally got the Biostar Tforce board booted up. A word of advice to anyone who plans on using this board with a 20pin ATX Power supply. Don't!. I spent a greater portion of the day trying to figure out why the heck the board wouldn't post. At first I thought maybe I fried it. (Used a Xconnect PS in the beginning) then I tried using 2 other Power supplies (All 20 pin, one 350 Older Antec one and one 350 Sparkle PS) The latter 2 actually powered up the motherboard and fans but no post screen or beeps. I went out to crapussr and bought a antec smartpower 24pin PS and it works like a charm. Anyway here are some crappy photos I took while looking through the BIOS. The results will please most of you hopefully I apologize for the big pic of the manual, I had to adjust the res to even make it look readable. This is their automated OC option. The manual states the following V6 = 10%-15% In system performance V8 = 15%-25% In system performance V12 = 25%-30% In system performance ("Extra" Ordinary indeed) Problem is when you set these options they don't show you exactly whats changed. Not like anyone would use this except lazy bastards. CPU Freq = 200mhz-400mhz in 1 mhz increments Hammer Fid Control = Multiplier settings (In the manual it says it's used to "downgrade" your CPU) Couple of things I forgot to take pics of, there is a PCI-E Overclock setting from 100-145mhz. Also you're probably wondering about the memory and CPU voltage. CPU Voltage = .875-1.550 (In .25mhz increments) and from 1.550-1.70 (in .50 increments) Memory Voltage = 2.6v-2.9v (.1 increments) With regards to the memory voltage, there is a jumper on the board that enables it in the BIOS (is off by default) There's one thing I couldn't find in the BIOS but it is listed in the OC manual. There apparently is a North/South bridge voltage regulator setting (1.52v, 1.60v, 1.68v, 1.76v) Below is the image of the page with the descriptions of the BIOS options.