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Ungh, you do realize 667MHz RAM is what's 1:1 with a 1333MHz CPU, right? The FSB is quad pumped, so 1333MHz divided by 4 is 333. The RAM is double data rate, so 667MHz (it's really 666MHz, but I think Intel is afraid of that number) divided by 2 is 333MHz. Even though the FSB is effectively twice as fast, it's really 1:1, and it is 667MHz RAM that officially goes with and matches a 1333MHz FSB.

lol, no, its because clockgen isn't a fixed number, 333 is actually 333.3-333.7 so the clock speed is accurately 667.
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