Rated PC have just finished up a review of the Gigabyte GA-7DXR Motherboard. It uses the AMD 760 chipset and supports DDR RAM. here's a snip:
"The GA-7DXR has enough jumpers settings to keep an overclocker busy for a life time. The three magic settings are available: CPU clock multiplier, front side bus, and Vcore voltage. The multiplier ratios range from 5X to 12.5X. In our test system, a Tbird 1.4GHz 266FSB easily hit 1.6GHz at stable conditions, with the help of major cooling power of the Vantec CCK-6035D. The FSB settings are limited to only eight settings from the jumpers, but the BIOS FSB setting offers a much wider range: 150MHz to 250MHz. To put it simply, the GA-7DXR offer the most complete overclocking capabilities of any other AMD-760 motherboard. On the other hand, for beginners the number of available setting that must be set by the jumpers might be overwhelming."