Nothing to mention here guys, locate Easy Tune
III software on the CD and install. Easy Tune III is basically Gigabyte's
version of Soft FSB that only works for their motherboards, and is a
Windows-only program, so alternate OS users will not be able to
overclock with this software. The CPU that I used was my own PIII-700E, that I
overclocks easily to 933Mhz on any other motherboard supporting PIII's and
133Mhz FSB. I would assume that the Gigabyte-60MM7 would'be been able to
achieve the same overclock.
form factor has become popular for many SOHO, institutional (schools), and
corporate settings. You can have a relatively high-performing PC without
sacrificing too much space with a big desktop case/tower.
Of course, to go with that smaller micro-ATX case, you'll definitely want a
decent motherboard too. The Gigabyte-60MM7 is a decent motherboard that
can satisfy most SOHO, schools, and corporate settings, because it brings you
the stability of the Intel 815E chipset, as well as 'decent' onboard video and
sound. My disappointment with the weak overclocking capabilities of
the motherboard, as well as the rather irksome placement of capacitors around
the CPU socket are somewhat absorbed into non-issues. I say this because,
the Gigabyte-60MM7 is not intended to be a heavy duty, tweaker's, crowd-pleasing
motherboard. It's really intended for installations in which size and compatibility reign supreme,
and when the biggest alternative to this product is from
Houston Technologies... the Gigabyte-60MM7 is a the
clear cut choice.