Gigabyte Z77MX-D3H Review
BIOS - Overclocking
Within the M.I.T are the overclocking options we've all come to expect. There is no automatic overclock, but the adjustments are simple enough. You can either have the CPU running Harry Flatters all the time, or only when Turbo kicks in, and even then the usual tweaks are available depending upon the amount of cores being utilised.
The Z77 supports the same XMP 1.3 that we've come to love on the Z68 chipset, and this means we have 2400MHz DIMM support. CPU voltage can either be adjusted as a pure number or as an offset. We always prefer a solid number ourselves.
As always you want to protect your precious hardware as much as possible from over-volting, and there are plenty of options to help you keep the magic blue smoke in place.