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kk266-r warning about multiplier

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dem1an

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not sure if this has been posted. i didnt see a topic that looked like it had.

i just bought my kk266 and i have this problem now...i can have 8.5 or auto...i cannot manually change the multiplier. sucks actually. i'm wondering what IWill will do. i really don't want to move resistors and muck something up and ruin my board.
 
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dem1an

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for fairness, IWill says it was a small number of RAID versions of the KK266 that "got out" defective. they are sending me a new mobo in advance which is very cool and they were also very friendly on the phone.
 

skip

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Iwill is a "stand up" Motherboard company. Very easy to deal with.
 

Goldwing

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Apr 10, 2001
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I keep hearing better and better things about Iwill it was a close decision on my last purchase. With support like this the odds are increasing in their favor. :) :)
 

SickBoy

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Minneapolis, MN
My stock in IWill has been on the rise ever since the aftermath of their RMA problem a few months ago.... sure, I like to have a board that works great out of the box (no mods needed) but to know that a company stands behind their products is reassuring. IWill will be at or near the top of my list when I am looking for a DDR mobo later on this year.

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