But what happens when Gigabyte is presented with Intel’s i, a chipset intended for the most cost conscious of markets? The GA-6WMM7 provides for some decent overclocking options, although it can be a bit confusing if you’re new to the i Sign up now Username Password Remember Me. Speeds above that drop back to the 1: AnandTech’s testbed Celeron which normally overclocks just fine to 83 x 5. Post Your Comment Please log in or sign up to comment.
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All slots can handle a full length board if necessary.
Did they make any quality or feature sacrifices in the name of cost? Post Your Wudio Please log in or sign up to comment.
Gigabyte GA-6WMM7 i810 Socket-370 microATX
Fortunately, the Gigabyte manual outlines some of the pitfalls in their section on bus speeds. Sign up now Username Password Remember Me.
Log in Don’t have an account? Performance was typical for an i motherboard – just like the iBX motherboards out there, all i solutions seem to perform within a few percentage points of each other. Eight uF and four ga6wm,7 capacitors surround the CPU socket and provide for excellent stability in overclocked and non-overclocked situations as we’ve come to expect from Gigabyte. Their boards always seem audik come out as very solid, stable solutions that get the job done without many faults.
Gigabyte realized this as well and the onboard hardware audio is optional with AC97 software sound available in its place. After just a few reviews, Gigabyte has quickly become known as a manufacturer of extremely stable motherboards around here at AnandTech.
Gigabyte GA-6WMM7-1 Audio Driver 4.02.00.0035
It’s nice to see a company up hold their standards of quality in the face of such a cost conscious market that aucio i lives in. The first thing that you’ll notice is that Gigabyte actually included an ISA slot – quite a rarity in this new market segment.
The interesting twist on the i is the manner in which the memory speed is derived from the bus speed – Intel intended the memory to run at MHz regardless of the bus speed by using a 1: The GA-6WMM7 isn’t quite your typical i board with quite a few features that stray from the normal, barren boards based on this chipset.
It did not get hot in AnandTech’s testing, however.
A single jumper can be used to force either 66 or MHz operation, but four additional jumpers are required for bus speeds not officially supported by Intel on the i The GA-6WMM7 provides for some decent overclocking options, although it can be a bit confusing if you’re new audii the i However, the same CPU was completely stable at 90 x 5.
Two DIMM slots, the maximum for an i board, round out the expansion options. Speeds above that drop back to the 1: The addition of true sound adds to the price, of course, something that is quite critical for the target market.
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AnandTech’s testbed Celeron which normally overclocks just fine to 83 x 5. Interestingly, the GMCH is not topped by a heatsink at all. But what happens when Gigabyte is presented with Intel’s i, a chipset intended for the most cost conscious auvio markets?