Afterburner Mode

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Afterburner Mode

Option name:

Afterburner Mode

Possible values of an option:

[Enabled], [Disabled]

The option description:

Value setting [Enabled] allows to return automatically standard values of frequencies of buses if the previous loading did not crown success (the computer could not undergo procedure POST because of setting of too "optimistical" values at acceleration). The choice [Disabled] disconnects the given possibility, and, to drop frequencies to standard values, it is necessary to use a jumper of cleaning of a non-volatile memory on the motherboard.

In most cases at excessive acceleration it is possible to come in BIOS Setup and manually to install the smaller values of frequencies providing confident loading of the computer. But sometimes the computer hangs up at stage POST, locking access to utility BIOS Setup. In this case the given option also is useful. Can be present and other mechanisms of protection against excessive acceleration. So, some motherboards of manufacture ASUS automatically expose minimum values of all frequencies at repeated reboot, dropping, at the same time, and all remaining options in value by default (action is similar to cleaning of contents of CMOS-memory). In case of motherboards of manufacture of Chaintech it will be necessary to hold at loading pushed a key [<Home>]. Other vendors also offer the variants, for example, keeping in key load time [<Ins>]. To explain this question, address to a manual on the motherboard.

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CPU Host Clock Control

Watch Dog Function

Watch Dog Timer Select

Watchdog Timer

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