Sounds more like the Universal Extensible Firmware Interface with its Efficient Flexible and Intelligent firmwares are going to be More controlling within the limits of the bios so you will Probably have a limitation in what you can do in the bios before you become software restricted and the Software will Probably then take over part of the Overclocking control for you,
Hmmm its not like we have not seen that before in Bios before now,
You hit a limit in the Bios and the Bios automatically changes something to Balance out the Overclock for you or your Mistake,
It Probably wont be a Bad thing as long as it doesnt Fully restict what the Clocker wants to do.
Originally Posted by voice
Computers are tools. The best tools are the ones that are the easiest to use.
If that being the Case then why arent we all at the top of our Game ?
CNC Machines have been made easier (Im not a CNC Machinist)
CAD programs have been made easier (Im not a CAD Tech either)
If your Quotation was true then we would all be on an Equal Playing Field in Life Some people should just not step in to Something they do not Fully understand and unfortunately with the Ever growing need for Knowledge simpler is not always Better.Edited by macca_dj - 6/8/10 at 3:41pm