The ECS P67H2-A2 uses Aptio, AMI's next-generation BIOS firmware based on the UEFI Specifications and the Intel Platform Innovation Framework for EFI. This version does not feature mouse support or a pretty GUI, rather it looks much like a traditional BIOS.

The main menu does not provide a great deal of information other than the time and date.

The "Advanced" menu contains many sub-menus that let you change network, power and storage settings along with a number of other integrated peripherals.

The "CPU Configuration" sub-menu allows you to enabled and disable certain CPU features as well as display processor information.

The "M.I.B III" menu provides access to the overclocking related options such as base clock, core multipliers and voltages.

As its name indicates, the "Save & Exit" menu lets you apply or discard changes.