The BIOS seems to
be a dumbed down version of a typical Award BIOS, there aren't quite as many
tweaks available and one noticeable absence was the availability of VIO
Other then that, the BIOS is pretty adjustable.
There are not quite as many memory tweaks as say on the Abit
KG7 or EpoX 8KHA+, but enough to keep the weekend tweaker happy. One totally weird problem
I had was the K7T266Pro2-Ru didn't get along too well with my Athlon XP1800+ processor.
During testing, it would spontaneously reboot, crash or hang - damn plastic chips! When I was using a regular Athlon 1.4 GHz CPU I
didn't experience any of these frustrating problems.