Rather than have stacks of pictures I put together a basic video that just goes through and clicks on each menu option in the BIOS so if there is anything you want to check out you can see it and pause when needed. The BIOS for the B760I EDGE WIFI didn’t start up in the EZ Mode which is what I would prefer to see. Advanced users can quickly find their way to the advanced page but inexperienced users will have more trouble without starting in EZ Mode. Both EZ mode and Advanced mode do have the same layout up top, however. This gives you access to the XMP and Expo profiles and drag and drop for the boot devices along with the memory and CPU clock speeds and a list of your main components as well. The EZ Mode which is at the end of the video then splits things up to show you important information about different devices then down at the bottom you can turn a few things on and off that you might need like the CPU fan warning if you aren’t using the correct CPU fan header and the trusted platform option is there as well to make finding it easy for setting up windows 11.

For advanced mode, the settings page starts with the system time and date then shows all of your SATA and M.2 devices and BIOS build information. The advanced page under settings has a whole list of pages that it can open up. This is where you can get into subsystem settings for things like PCIe, USB, integrated graphics, and more. The settings menu also has the boot menu which dives in beyond the basic drab and drop up top and lets you turn things like quick boot off as well.

The OC menu on the left is the other half of the advanced BIOS settings and in short, MSI has split anything overclocking-related off into this one category. All of your important clock speeds are right up on top for the CPU and then the DRAM is just below that. There is a whole menu for advanced CPU configuration and then you also have all of the power settings as well. The overclocking section took a lot longer to click through than the main settings, especially once you get into the fine details of DRAM settings.


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