Note that there appeared an option for CPU average and peak current monitoring in Temperature Monitoring section. I personally think this info should have been placed into the Voltage Monitoring section.
The mainboard can control and manage the rotation speeds of all six fans that can be connected to it.
By the way, the four-pin CPU Fan connector allows adjusting the fan rotation speed only if the four-pin plug is utilized. However right next to it there is a three-pin SYS Fan connector that can take over this function if the rotation speed management is hooked up the CPU temperature.
The only group of parameters that will undoubtedly be of interest to overclocking fans but is not located within the uGuru Utility section is the memory timings. Each timing can be adjusted individually, and all the values that are not that important or not very well familiar to you can be left at defaults.
Just as I have stated during the PCB layout description, the BIOS Setup settings of abit IN9 32X-MAX Wi-Fi are simply outstanding. They are much more advanced than those offered by the competitors or are simply unique.