Gigabyte G1.Sniper M5 (Z87) Motherboard Review
Andy Ruffell / 7 years ago
Now it’s one thing to have a green colour scheme on the board, but on the BIOS is another thing, but Gigabyte aim to please and have done just that by making the BIOS match up quite nicely. The main screen greets us with plenty of settings to get our teeth sunk into in terms of overclocking and we find plenty of readings for temperatures and frequencies around the sides.
If however you are feeling nostalgic, you can always press the F2 key to be put into “Classic mode” which is an old favourite which we will be using to set things up and to see how far we can push things when overclocked.