Gigabyte offers help with C.I.A.
While dynamic clocking is not something new for PCs, doing so to
overclock is a relatively new phenomenon. Today, Gigabyte Technology
enters the fray with its Titan GT motherboards
for Pentium 4 processors. The new boards are
thought to come with two special applications, named CIA (CPU
Intelligent Accelerator) and MIB (Memory Intelligent Booster), which
will automatically speed up the processor and RAM as needed by the
system. Combined with the OVERDRIVE feature for ATI's XT line of graphic
chipsets, are enthusiasts getting a free license to overclock, without
any negative consequences?