Conclusion: The Gigabyte GA-8PE667 offers satisfying performance, but, in our opinion, lacks finish. The GA-8PE667 was rather uncooperative to the idea of Overclocking, and turned in 3D performance figures. Despite that however, Gigabyte GA-8PE667 still managed to impress us during our tests by offering us no resistance, and by demonstrating admirable stability, coupled with an excellent software pack.
Pros: Could use a thermal sensor connector, Could use an additional memory slot, Does not support the manual assignment of IRQs
Cons: Jumperless design, BIOS-adjustable Vcore voltage, BIOS-adjustable DRAM and AGP voltages, FSB adjustable in 1MHz increments, Integrated RAID ATA133 controller, Integrated USB 2.0 controller, Adjustable FSB/AGP ratio