FSB frequency can be changed from the processors default of 333MHz up to 800MHz with 1MHz increment. However, we couldn’t figure out what the Super Clock Free parameter actually stands for. If you enable it, you turn off and lose access to Intel EIST power-saving technology that reduces the clock frequency multiplier and processor Vcore under minimal workload. Instead you get the opportunity to manually adjust processor clock frequency multiplier setting.
However you can easily achieve exactly the same effect by simply disabling the EIST.
Memory frequency is set with the help of FSB dividers. However, you will not have to calculate the resulting FSB frequency, because it is automatically displayed in the Memory Target Frequency information field.
PCI Express bus frequency can be adjusted using PCIE Frequency Setting parameter. It can be increased from 100MHz to 200MHz with 1MHz increment. As for the PCI bus frequency, it can be set to 33.6, 37.3 or 42MHz.
The processor settings are all placed on a separate page:
The memory timings can be adjusted in a separate window. Unfortunately, they are either all set by the mainboard automatically, or you have to set each an every of them manually. There is no Auto mode for every individual parameter.