The list of UEFI feature(Workload Optimized 2)

UEFI settings of Workload optimized 2 is as follows. In addition, customers can not change the following settings.

Boot Feature

 

Setting items (key)

Value set as (Default)

Details

Quiet Boot Enabled

Instead of the startup the logo display screen, it is set to display the POST screen.

CSM Support Enabled

In order to support an OS other than UEFI-compatible OS, it is the corresponding set to the traditional BIOS using the CSM.

AddOn ROM Display Mode Force BIOS

Set the display mode of the option ROM. Force BIOS is selected to use the Option ROM display mode that has been set by the system BIOS.

Bootup NumLock State On

Set the power-up state of the NUMLOCK key.

Wait For “F1” If Error Enabled

If an error occurs, and then force the system to select [Enable] to wait until the key <F1> is pressed.

Interrupt 19 Capture Immediate

In the setting to perform the notification of the interrupt signal, it is set to take effect if the option ROM is installed on more than one expansion card.

Re-try Boot Disabled

After a failed initial boot, it is set to be able to re-boot the system from the boot device.

Watch Dog Function Disabled

This setting is to enable the watchdog timer to restart the system.

Power Button Function Instant Off

The system will control how to shut down when the power button is pressed.

Restore on AC Power Loss Last State

This setting is for the power state at the time of recovery after a power failure. Currently it is set to be able to resume the last of the power state before power loss.



CPU Configuration

 

Setting items (key)

Value set as (Default)

Details

Clock Spread Spectrum Disable

It is the monitoring settings of BIOS to reduce the level of electromagnetic interference.

Hyper-Threading Disable

It is the support setting for the Intel Hyper-Threading technology to improve the performance of the CPU.

Cores Enabled 0

Valid setting of the CPU core. In the default setting, it is set “0” in order to enable all of the CPU cores in the system.

Execute Disable Bit Enable

It is the setting for the processor that can specify the area and non-area capable of running the application code in memory.

PPIN Control Unlock/Enable

Setting the inventory number (PPIN) control of the protected processor in the system.

Hardware Prefetcher Enable

It is a setting for read-ahead data and instructions flow from the main memory to the L2 cache and to improve the performance of the CPU.

Adjacent Cache Prefetch Enable

This setting is for prefetching 128 bytes of cache line as the CPU configuration.

DCU Streamer Prefetcher Enable

It is a prefetcher setting of the DCU streamer. It prefetches the data stream from the cache memory for the access data and processing the DCU(Data Cache Unit) to speed in order to improve the performance of the CPU.

DCU IP Prefetcher Enable

In order to improve the performance of the network connection and the system, it is a setting for IP prefetcher in the DCU (data cache unit) to prefetch the IP address.

Direct Cache Access (DCA) Auto

In order to improve the efficiency of the transfer and data access, it is a setting for the Intel DCA (direct cache access) technology.

X2APIC Disable

Based on Intel‘s hyper - threading architecture, each logical processor (thread) is assigned an ID (sensor assistance) of 256 APIC with an 8 - bit bandwidth. The APIC ID extends from 8 bits to 16 bits to provide 512 sensor assistance for each thread to improve CPU performance.

X2APIC_OPT_OUT Flag Disable

Based on the Intel VT-d, to enable or disable the X2APIC_OPT_OUT Flag on the system.

AES-NI Enable

It is a setting to ensure the security of data utilizing Intel’s AES (Advanced Encryption Standard).

Intel Virtualization Technology Enable

It is a setting in order to use support of Intel Virtualization Technology for support of direct I/O VT-d by reporting I/O device assignment (virtual machine monitor) to VMM via DMAR ACPI table.



Advanced Power Management Configuration

Setting items (key)

Value set as (Default)

Details

Power Technology Custom

It is a setting to support the power-saving mode. Customize the power settings of the system is selected as a default setting.

Energy Performance Tuning Disable

Configure the settings of the power performance bias adjustment by the BIOS or OS.

Energy Performance BIAS Setting Performance

It s a setting for the control method or how actively is used the particular hardware-based power management options.

Energy Efficient Turbo Enable

Configure the settings of the power-management features.



CPU P State Control

Setting items (key)

Value set as (Default)

Details

EIST (P-States) Enable

It is a setting that enables a system to adjust the voltage and core frequency of the processor to take advantage of EIST (Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology) and automatically reduce power consumption and heat dissipation.

Turbo Mode Enable

The setting is used in turbo mode in order to enhance the system performance.

P-state Coordination HW_ALL

This function is to change the P-state Coordination (power-performance state) adjustment type. P - state Coordination is known as SpeedStep for Intel processors. “HW_ALL” to change the P-state Coordination type of the hardware component is selected.



CPU C State Control

Setting items (key)

Value set as (Default)

Details

Package C State Limit C0/C1 state

This setting is to limit the C-state package registration.

CPU C3 Report Disable

It is a setting for the BIOS to enable the report of the CPU C3 state (ACPI C2) to the OS.

CPU C6 Report Disable

It is a setting for the BIOS to enable the report of the CPU C6 state (ACPI C3) to the OS.



CPU T State Control

Setting items (key)

Value set as (Default)

Details

ACPI T-States Enable

it is a setting to carry out the reduction of CPU power consumption, in order to reduce the clock cycle and voltage of the CPU when it’s in a significantly stopped state.



Chipset Configuration

Chipset Configuration

Setting items (key)

Value set as (Default)

Details

EV DFX Features Disable

It is a setting to always be cleared during the electrical tuning EV_DFX Lock bits that are disposed on the processor.

Snoop Response Hold Off 06

This item is only displayed.



IOAT Configuration

Setting items (key)

Value set as (Default)

Details

Enable IOAT Enable

It is a setting to support the Intel I/OAT (I/O Acceleration Technology).

No Snoop Disable

It is a setting that does not support the snoop mode for each CB equipment.

Relaxed Ordering Disable

It is possible to violate the strict ordering rules on the PCI bus for transactions when a particular transaction is completed before other transactions that have already been enqueued. It is a setting to enable support for Relaxed Ordering.



Intel VT for Directed I/O (VT-d)

Setting items (key)

Value set as (Default)

Details

Intel VT for Directed I/O (VT-d) Enable

It is an Intel virtualization technology setting. It performs Direct I/O VT-d support by reporting I/O device assignment to VMM (virtual machine monitor) via DMAR ACPI table.

ACS Control Enable

It is a setting to enable the access control service.

Interrupt Remapping Enable

It is a setting to enable the interrupt remapping in order to improve the performance of the system.



QPI General Configuration

Setting items (key)

Value set as (Default)

Details

Link Frequency Select Auto

It is a setting to choose the frequency for the QPI link connection.

Link L0p Enable Enable

It is a setting to support the Link L0p in order to reduce the power consumption.

Link L1 Enable Enable

It is a setting to support the Link L1 in order to reduce the power consumption.

COD Enable Disable

It is a setting to enable the Cluster-On-Die support, in order to improve the system performance in cloud computing,

Early Snoop Auto

It is a setting is to enable the Early Snoop in order to improve the system performance.

Home Dir Snoop with IVT- Style OSB Enable Auto

Run the Directory mode, to enable the in memory snoop directory.

Isoc Mode Disable

It is a setting to enable the Isochronous support in order to meet the QoS requirements (Quality of Service).



Memory Configuration

Setting items (key)

Value set as (Default)

Details

Enforce POR Enabled

It is a setting for applying the POR restrictions on the DDR4 frequency and voltage programming.

Memory Frequency Auto

It is a setting for the maximum memory frequency of on-board memory module.

Data Scrambling Auto

It is a setting to enhance the integrity of the system performance and data.

DRAM RAPL Baseline DRAM RAPL Mode 1

It is a setting to set the base line of the power limit at the time of execution of the DRAM module.

Set Throttling Mode CLTT

it is a setting to set via the automatic voltage control during an idle state of the CPU, thereby reducing power consumption, in order to improve the reliability of PU.

Socket Interleave Below 4GB Disable

The 4G address space or more memory that is divided between the 2 sockets is set to be enabled.

A7 Mode Enable

It is a setting to support the A7 (addressing) mode in order to improve the memory performance.



Memory RAS Configuration

Setting items (key)

Value set as (Default)

Details

RAS Mode Disable

It is a setting to enable the RAS support.

Memory Rank Sparing Disable

It is a setting to enable support for memory sparing for rank, in order to improve the memory performance.

Multi Rank Sparing Auto

It is a setting that allows to enable / disable the rank sparing mode.

Patrol Scrub Enable

Patrol scrub is the process that allows the CPU to correct the correctable memory error detected in the memory module and send the correction to the requester (the original source). If this item is enabled, the IO hub is read and if there is no delay due to internal processing, write back 16 K cycles per cache line. With this method, approximately 64 gigabytes of memory behind the IO hub is scrubbed daily.

Patrol Scrub Interval 18

In this feature, it sets the waiting time of the system before the next patrol scrub is executed.

Demand Scrub Enable

Demand scrub is a process that enables the CPU to correct correctable memory errors detected in memory modules. If the CPU or I/O issues a demand read command and it is found that the data read from the memory have a correctable error, it corrects the error and sends it to the requester (original source). The memory is updated as well.

Device Tagging Disable

It is a setting to support a device tagging.



South Bridge

Setting items (key)

Value set as (Default)

Details

Legacy USB Support Enabled

It is a setting to support the legacy USB devices on board.

XHCI Hand-off Enabled

It is a work-around solution setting for the OS that does not support the XHCI handoff.

EHCI Hand-off Disabled

It is for operating systems that do not support EHCI handoff. If this item is enabled, EHCI ownership change will be requested by the EHCI driver. Settings are enabled and disabled.

Port 60/64 Emulation Enabled

Provides full legacy USB keyboard support for operating systems that do not support legacy USB devices. This setting enables I / O port 60h / 64h emulation support.

USB 3.0 Support Auto

It is a setting to enable the USB 3.0 support.

EHCI1 Enabled

It is a setting to enable the EHCI (Enhanced Host Controller Interface) support of the USB 2.0 connector.

EHCI2 Enabled

It is a setting to enable the EHCI (Enhanced Host Controller Interface) support of the USB 2.0 connector.



SATA Configuration

 

Setting items (key)

Value set as (Default)

Details

SATA Controller Enabled

It is a setting to enable the on-board SATA controllers that are supported by Intel PCH chip.

Configure SATA as AHCI

It is a setting of the SATA drive.

SATA RAID Option ROM/UEFI Driver Legacy

A legacy was selected in order to load the legacy OPROM for the system boot.

SATA0 Hot Plug Enabled

It is setting to enable the Hot plug of discs connected to SATA.

SATA0 Spin Up Device Disabled

It is a setting to enable the spin-up of the disk.

SATA0 Device Type Hard Disk Drive

This setting is used to specify the SSD or HDD connection.

SATA1 Hot Plug Enabled

It is setting to enable the Hot plug of discs connected to SATA.

SATA1 Spin Up Device Disabled

It is a setting to enable the spin-up of the disk.

SATA1 Device Type Hard Disk Drive

This setting is used to specify the SSD or HDD connection.

SATA2 Hot Plug Enabled

It is setting to enable the Hot plug of discs connected to SATA.

SATA2 Spin Up Device Disabled

It is a setting to enable the spin-up of the disk.

SATA2 Device Type Hard Disk Drive

This setting is used to specify the SSD or HDD connection.

SATA3 Device Type Hard Disk Drive

This setting is used to specify the SSD or HDD connection.

SATA3 Hot Plug Enabled

It is setting to enable the Hot plug of discs connected to SATA.

SATA3 Spin Up Device Disabled

It is a setting to enable the spin-up of the disk.

SATA4 Device Type Hard Disk Drive

This setting is used to specify the SSD or HDD connection.

SATA4 Hot Plug Enabled

It is setting to enable the Hot plug of discs connected to SATA.

SATA4 Spin Up Device Disabled

It is a setting to enable the spin-up of the disk.

SATA5 Device Type Hard Disk Drive

This setting is used to specify the SSD or HDD connection.

SATA5 Hot Plug Enabled

It is setting to enable the Hot plug of discs connected to SATA.

SATA5 Spin Up Device Disabled

It is a setting to enable the spin-up of the disk.



sSATA Configuration

 

Setting items (key)

Value set as (Default)

Details

sSATA Controller Enabled

It is a setting to enable the on-board SATA controllers that are supported by Intel PCH - sSATA controler .

Configure sSATA as AHCI

It is the configuration of the sATA drive.

sSATA RAID Option ROM/UEFI Driver Legacy

A legacy was selected in order to load the legacy OPROM for the system boot.

SATA/sSATA RAID Boot Select sSATA Controller

Select the SATA / sSATA controller in order to boot the system from a SATA / sSATA RAID device.

sSATA0 Hot Plug Enabled

It allows you to enable / disable the hot plug function of the disk.

Configure as eSATA Disabled

It is a setting of the eSATA drive.

sSATA0 Spin Up Device Disabled

It is a setting to enable the spin-up of the disk.

sSATA0 Device Type Hard Disk Drive

This setting is used to specify the SSD or HDD connection.

sSATA1 Hot Plug Enabled

It allows you to enable / disable the hot plug function of the disk.

sSATA1 Spin Up Device Disabled

It is a setting to enable the spin-up of the disk.

sSATA1 Device Type Hard Disk Drive

This setting is used to specify the SSD or HDD connection.

sSATA2 Hot Plug Enabled

It allows you to enable / disable the hot plug function of the disk.

sSATA2 Spin Up Device Disabled

It is a setting to enable the spin-up of the disk.

sSATA2 Device Type Hard Disk Drive

This setting is used to specify the SSD or HDD connection.

sSATA3 Hot Plug Enabled

It allows you to enable / disable the hot plug function of the disk.

sSATA3 Spin Up Device Disabled

It is a setting to enable the spin-up of the disk.

sSATA3 Device Type Hard Disk Drive

This setting is used to specify the SSD or HDD connection.



PCIe/PCI/PnP Configuration

 

Setting items (key)

Value set as (Default)

Details

PCI Latency Timer 32 PCI Bus Clocks

It Is a setting of PCI latency timer for devices that are installed on the PCI bus.

PERR# Generation Disabled

It is a setting for the PCI device to generate a PERR (PCI / PCI-E Parity Error) number of the PCI bus error events.

SERR# Generation Disabled

It is a setting for the PCI device to generate SERR (system error) number of the PCI bus error events.

PCI PERR/SERR Support Disabled

It is a setting to support the run-life error for PCI / PCI - E slot of the report PERR (PCI / PCI-E Parity Error) / SERR (System Error).

Above 4G Decoding Disabled

It is a setting for enabling the decoding of the PCI devices that support the 64-bit space on 4G address.

SR-IOV Support Disabled

It is a setting to enable the support of single-root IO virtualization.

Maximum Payload Auto

The system BIOS automatically sets the maximum payload value of the PCI - E device to improve system performance.

Maximum Read Request Auto

The system BIOS automatically sets the maximum read request size of the PCI - E device to improve system performance.

ASPM Support Disabled

It is a setting for the Active State Power Management (ASPM) level of PCI - E device.

MMIOHBase 56T

It is a setting for selecting the I / O base memory size according to the mapping of the memory address of the PCH chip.

MMIO High Size 256G

It is to set a high I / O memory size according to the PCH chip memory address mapping.

Slot 1 PCI-E OPROM Legacy

It is a setting to enable option ROM support which boots the computer using the device installed in the slot specified by the user.

Slot 2 PCI-E OPROM Legacy

Same as the above.

Slot 3 PCI-E OPROM Legacy

Same as the above.

Slot 4 PCI-E OPROM Legacy

Same as the above.

Slot 5 PCI-E OPROM Legacy

Same as the above.

Slot 6 PCI-E OPROM Legacy

Same as the above.

Slot 7 PCI-E OPROM Legacy

Same as the above.

Onboard Video OPROM Legacy

It is a setting to enable the support of the option ROM in order to boot the computer in a Mode specified by the user.

VGA Priority Onboard

It is a setting for the graphic device to be used as the primary video display when the system is booting.

Onboard LAN Option ROM Type EFI

It is a setting to enable option ROM support which boots the computer using the device installed in the slot specified by the user.

Onboard LAN 1 OPROM PXE

Use this option to select the type of device installed on LAN port 1 or LAN port 2 for system boot.

Onboard LAN 2 OPROM Disabled

Same as the above.

Onboard SAS Option ROM Legacy

Same as the above.

Network Stack Enabled

This setting enables PXE (Preboot Execution Environment) or UEFI (Unified Extended Firmware Interface) to support the network stack.

Ipv4 PXE Support Enabled

IPv4 address can be specified by PXE boot.

Ipv6 PXE Support Disabled

IPv6 address can be specified by PXE boot.

PXE boot wait time 0

This is the standby time setting for PXE boot execution.



Super IO Configuration

Serial Port 1 Configuration

Setting items (key)

Value set as (Default)

Details

COM1 Serial Port Enable

Set enable / disable of serial port.

COM1 Change Settings Auto

Serial port base address can be selected.

COM1 Device Mode 24MHz/13

This is a setting to select the SMART clock source of the serial port specified by the user.



Serial Port 2 Configuration

Setting items (key)

Value set as (Default)

Details

COM2/SOL Serial Port Enable

Set enable / disable of serial port.

COM2/SOL Change Settings Auto

Serial port base address can be selected.

COM2/SOL Device Mode 24MHz/13

This is a setting in order to select the SUART clock source of the serial port specified by the user.

Serial Port 2 Attribute SOL

This is a setting to select SOL to use COM port 2 as the Serial_Over_LAN (SOL) port for console redirection.



Serial Port Console Redirection

 

Setting items (key)

Value set as (Default)

Details

COM1 Console Redirection 00

This is a setting for enabling console redirection.

COM2/SOL Console Redirection 01

Same as the above.

EMS Console Redirection 00

It is a setting to use the COM port selected by the user for EMS console redirection.



ACPI Settings

 

Setting items (key)

Value set as (Default)

Details

WHEA Support Enabled

It is a setting that enables Windows hardware error architecture (WHEA) platform support. It provides a common infrastructure for handling hardware errors in the Windows OS environment to reduce system crashes and enhance system recovery and health checks.

High Precision Timer Enabled

It is a setting to activate the high precision event timer (HPET) which generates a periodic interrupt at a much higher frequency than the real time clock.

NUMA Enabled

It is a setting to enable support of Non-Uniform Memory Access in order to improve the system performance.

PCI AER Support Disabled

It is a setting to Enable / Disable the function to control PCIe Advanced Error Reporting from the OS.



Trusted Computing

 

Setting items (key)

Value set as (Default)

Details

Security Device Support Enable

It is a setting to Enable / disable support for built-in security device.

TPM State Enabled

It is a setting to enable / disable the security chip (TPM) operation.

Pending operation None

It is a setting for scheduling the TPM operation.

Device Select Auto

It is a setting to select the TPM device (TPM 1.2 / TPM 2.0 / Auto). When Auto is selected, the TPM model detected automatically by the system is used.

TXT Support Disabled

It is a setting to enable support of Intel Trusted · Execute Technology (TXT).



Event Logs

Change Smbios Event Log Settings

Setting items (key)

Value set as (Default)

Details

Smbios Event Log Enabled

When erasing all error events in SMBIOS (system management BIOS), it is a setting to confirm erasure before event log initialization.

Runtime Error Logging Support Enabled

It is a setting to support runtime error log.

Memory Corrected Error Enabling Disabled

This is a setting for logging MemoryCorrection errors within SMBIOS.

PCI-Ex Error Enable Disabled

It is a setting for logging errors of PCI - Ex in SMBIOS.

Memory Corr. Error Threshold 000A

It is a setting to set threshold for correctable error threshold.

Erase Event Log No

When erasing all error events in SMBIOS (system management BIOS), it is a setting to confirm erasure before event log initialization.

When Log is Full Do Nothing

Immediately erase is executed to erase all errors in the SMBIOS event log when the event log becomes full.

Log System Boot Event Disabled

It is a setting for enabling logging of system boot events.

MECI 01

It is a setting to increment values of multiple event pointers.

METW 3C

It is a setting to set the wait time (minutes) before generating a new event log.



System Event Log

Setting items (key)

Value set as (Default)

Details

SEL Components Enabled

It is a setting for logging support at startup time to enable all system events.

Erase SEL No

It is a setting for erasing all system event logs at the next system restart.

When SEL is Full Do Nothing

This function is set by the AMI BIOS when the system event log becomes full by the user.

Log EFI Status Codes Error code

It is the log function setting of the EFI status code.



Boot

 

Setting items (key)

Value set as (Default)

Details

Boot Mode Select DUAL

It is a setting for selecting the type of device used for system boot.

UEFI Boot Order #1 Hard Disk

It is a setting for changing the boot order at UEFI setting.

UEFI Boot Order #2 CD/DVD

Same as the above.

UEFI Boot Order #3 USB Hard Disk

Same as the above.

UEFI Boot Order #4 USB CD/DVD

Same as the above.

UEFI Boot Order #5 USB Key

Same as the above.

UEFI Boot Order #6 USB Floppy

Same as the above.

UEFI Boot Order #7 Network

Same as the above.

UEFI Boot Order #8 UEFI AP

Same as the above.

Legacy Boot Order #1 Hard Disk

It is a setting for changing the boot order at the time of setting the legacy BIOS.

Legacy Boot Order #2 CD/DVD

Same as the above.

Legacy Boot Order #3 USB Hard Disk

Same as the above.

Legacy Boot Order #4 USB CD/DVD

Same as the above.

Legacy Boot Order #5 USB Key

Same as the above.

Legacy Boot Order #6 USB Floppy

Same as the above.

Legacy Boot Order #7 Network

Same as the above.

Dual Boot Order #1 UEFI Hard Disk

It is a setting for changing the boot sequence at dual boot.

Dual Boot Order #2 UEFI CD/DVD

Same as the above.

Dual Boot Order #3 UEFI USB Hard Disk

Same as the above.

Dual Boot Order #4 UEFI USB CD/DVD

Same as the above.

Dual Boot Order #5 UEFI USB Key

Same as the above.

Dual Boot Order #6 UEFI USB Floppy

Same as the above.

Dual Boot Order #7 UEFI Network

Same as the above.

Dual Boot Order #8 UEFI AP

Same as the above.

Dual Boot Order #9 Hard Disk

Same as the above.

Dual Boot Order #10 CD/DVD

Same as the above.

Dual Boot Order #11 USB Hard Disk

Same as the above.

Dual Boot Order #12 USB CD/DVD

Same as the above.

Dual Boot Order #13 USB Key

Same as the above.

Dual Boot Order #14 USB Floppy

Same as the above.

Dual Boot Order #15 Network

Same as the above.