I always turn it on for my boards, because I'm always running LN2. However I don't know what this setting actually does. I have heard it prevents "cold bugging", but if that is the case, I have never heard how it does that... Does it increase voltage somewhere, change switching frequency in PWMs somewhere... Any tips?
By the way, I like the ROG stuff. 5th cpu frequency in the world on CVF, I couldn't have done it without the Asus BIOS features and ROG connect:
I generally know what I'm doing. Can anyone tell me what LN2 mode does other than "its for liquid nitrogen"?