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Iwill kk266-r rules !

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scotto46

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Mar 20, 2001
Just traded off my kt7a for the kk266-r. This thing rules! I was running my 1.33axia at 143x105 (1502) on the kt7a , anything more would lock in 3dmark2k1. Now , same cpu , everything , I am running at 155 x 10 cas 2. I can get into win2k at 133x12(1600) , but I backed off from fear. I am only air cooling , so I will try that again later.
This board rocks!
 

Kriegster

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Mar 14, 2001
actually it ROCKS :) hehehe. Iwill's seem to be better at reaching higher fsb's. The reason you can overclock the cpu higher may be the fact that the iwill's usually run the vcore .005 - .01 higher then the setting. When I set my bios at 1.85 via hardware monitor shows it at 1.93. Supposedly if you replace some resistors you can bump the vcore up even higher (if u can cool at that heat level is another story :) )