Super Bypass Mode
Common Options : Enabled, Disabled
This BIOS feature basically allows the memory request organizer (MRO) of the memory controller to skip certain pipeline stages while transferring data to and from the memory subsystem.
This improves memory performance by allowing lower latency accesses to the memory subsystem. However, this feature can only be safely enabled if the following conditions are true :-
- The system only has a single processor present. Systems using dual-processor motherboards can enable this feature if only one processor is present.
- The processor clock speed multiplier must be 4 or greater. This means the processor must be running at least four times faster than its bus speed.
For better memory performance, it is recommended that you enable this feature. However, you must make sure that you are only using a single processor that is running at least four times faster than the processor bus. You should disable this feature if your system does not meet the two requirements stated above.
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