BIOS looks similar to what we used to see in previous reviews of Supermicro/SuperO motherboards. Once we enter BIOS/UEFI then we will see easy mode screen. It’s enough for most users. We can find there boost options, overclocking profiles and some other basic settings.
Those users who wish to manually adjust options will find a lot of settings which are hard to find on competitive motherboards. It clearly looks like some settings are more related to servers than desktops.
All options seem to work and there were no special issues, even though overclocking is complicated on this motherboard but I will tell you about it a bit later.