use the Phoenix BIOS with their motherboards. It's a little different that what we are mostly
familiar with, but still has all the tweaks we would expect. Everything from CAS Latency
to memory timings, to FSB adjustments and CPU Vcore adjustments are
As you can see, we have all the memory
tweaks, CAS Latency Active to Precharge Delay and RAS Precharge.
CPU Voltage can be raised to 1.85V and
FSB can be go as high as 248 MHz FSB in 1 MHz increments. AGP voltage can go
raised to 1.6V and the DDR voltage can be raised to 2.8V.
Not only does
the Albatron PX845PEV have the proper DDR333 4/5th memory divider, but it
also has a "Turbo Mode" which enables a DDR354 (3/4th memory divider) at 133 MHz
FSB! When set to auto though, the 4/5th memory divider is enabled.