|The OP claims to have a 2000+ which you correctly pointed out is supposed to run at 1667MHz (12.5 x 133MHz). However, he seems to think it's supposed to run at 1.8GHz with a 13.5x multiplier. If that's the case, he has a 2200+ not a 2000+. I would guess that's correct because he claims it's running at 1.36GHz. 13.5 x 100MHz = 1350MHz but if his board slightly overclocks the FSB, say 100.5MHz, that would put the CPU at approx 1357 which would be recognized as 1.36GHz.|
Anyhow, I did some more searching & it turns out that the Aurora-Gigabyte 7DX is a board made exclusively for MicronPC & it only supports 200MHz FSB. However, according to the following thread, if you solder the jumper, update the BIOS & press CTRL+C rather than DEL, it will take you to the BIOS options that I mentioned in response # 1. I don't know if the OP is up for all that.
Software overclocking *should* work, but the max safe CPU frequency would be 112MHz. Any higher than that & the AGP/PCI go too far out of spec.