A Look at the BIOS:
The ECS A780GM-A motherboard allows basic overclocking options for CPU frequency control, in
1 MHz increments.
You can adjust memory timings as well, but
the BIOS warns you to leave most timings at the ECS
A780GM-A motherboard's default settings,
which may be below your rated memory timings.
Here in the All Voltage Control section are
the memory options for the ECS A780GM-A.
You can increase the CPU voltage 0.3875V above stock, memory 1.491V, NB voltage
0.380V, SB 0.424V and FSB 0.560V above stock. That's a lot of voltage
(especially the CPU and memory) so use caution when increasing the values. The
last thing you want is to fry your shiny new CPU or memory!
voltage control is a little strange - it allows for incredibly small increases
in voltages, as low as 0.01V at a time. It does not, however,
tell you what the default voltages are! Assuming a standard 1.8V, an additional 630mV
will bring voltages to a dangerous 2.4V, enough to fry a memory module.
The CPU voltages are adjusted in the same fashion, with up to .25V
available. This is not an overclocking board, so it's recommended that voltage
controls be left alone.