Overclocking on the Gigabyte GA-MA770T-UD3P was easy as pie. I really do not know what that means, but someone said that to me not long ago, and I swore I was going to use it sometime. So there! Anyways, it was really easy. Another one of those set-it-and-forget-it type boards. The setting either worked, or it didn’t. I like that!
The first thing we did was leave the CPU at the default multiplier and just raised the HTT to see how high we could go… this is what we came up with:
Yup, that is 269HTT, which is not bad for a budget board. It is not quite as good as we got with the Gigabyte GA-MA790FXT-UD5P,
but it was not too far off. Next, we lowered the multiplier and raised the HTT until we just could not go any further. Our results: