The "Boot" banner is also self-explanatory. Here you can choose the boot priorities on for example the hard drive, USB-stick or DVD drive.
Under the "Advanced" banner, which is the third, we can fine-tune the functions of the CPU - not the speed, but if we want Turbo Boost and power saving features turned on.
It is also here we can adjust the northbridge's functions, like the SATA ports, AC Restore Power and USB speeds.
The "Monitor" banner is maybe self-explanatory, but it is where you can monitor temperatures, fan-speeds and voltages on the different components.
You can also choose if you want to start in EZ Mode or Advanced Mode when entering the BIOS later.
The last banner is called "Tool". This is for the programs ASUS have chosen to put into the BIOS. For example we find ASUS EZ Flash Utility, which can be used for flashing the BIOS. We also find ASUS O.C. Profile, which can be used for saving BIOS profiles, when you are overclocking.
In the top right corner is the exit-button. Here you can choose to save the changes and restart, or do not save the changes, and go on with the boot process. You can also choose to go back to EZ Mode, if you do not feel like using the Advanced Mode.