I would recommend trying Gigabyte's own overclocking software or AMD overdrive. I have really started to prefer programs such as those over messing around in the BIOS. And i know what you mean. That sorta little stuff just frustrated me forever which is what made me turn to more intuitive software for quick overclocking and small tweaks. When I do any serious work I do go into my BIOS though but most of the time software is just as good if not better.
It's a hella of a lot quicker for sure. (setting profile, booting into Windows, run test, BSOD, back to bios, back to Windows, back to test and possible BSOD, the cycle continues)