Looking around at the BIOS for my Asus P8P67 motherboard, there's a feature called "EPU Power Saving Mode" which is disabled by default. The information on the sidepanel of the BIOS explains pretty much nothing useful... only that it saves power... somehow. I'm baffled as to how little information there is about this feature. I've looked all over the internet about it, and I don't think anyone knows exactly how it works. When I set EPU Power Saving to "Enabled", I get a menu with four different modes: "Auto", "Light Power Saving", "Medium Power Saving", and "Max Power Saving". How exactly will this feature help (or potentially make things worse, for that matter)? Will it give me lower temperatures? Will it lower my gaming performance as well? Will my overall computer performance be slower? I'm not an overclocker, BTW. I'm just a little too curious about this feature and whether or not I should have it enabled, or just leave it turned off. Thanks.