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I never really needed it, but now that I'm starting to overclock, I'm curious. I've seen people posting their actual screenshots, not pictures from camera, from their UEFI Bios.

How can I do that?

I've got an AsRock Z68 Extreme 3 Gen 3.

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Unless there actually is a fancy option to do this in UEFI, this might be a duplicate of:… At least the IP KVM approach would work here as well. – Oliver Salzburg Aug 2 '12 at 20:14

Perhaps you might want to take a look at a similar question on Superuser. I am not sure if UEFI has any advantage over BIOS on this regard but it used to not be possible under BIOS.

Footnote: As of last year(9/14/2011 ), even Anandtech was not above posting photos of the screen.

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