You might be able to get some through WMI
I think the trouble is BIOS are all very much different and only the actual mobo manufacturer knows properly what is going on with it, some stuff simply is not exposed to the OS, and is not standardized anyway so could not be understood by generic programs. Which is why you don't get generic overclocking utilities but instead get the mobo-manafacturer specific ones. Business/workstation level equipment will no doubt provide much better information for managed environments, but they probably cut it out of consumer systems because it's unneccessary.
Hopefully in 2 years time or so most reasonable equipment will be UEFI
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Edited by Pipexer (Thu 27-Oct-11 22:12:18)