Must be a mobile CPU thing though because every CPU (AMD or Intel) I've used on a desktop runs a 1:1 ratio with the FSB. Either way, no biggy. MBP is still a beast.
133 MHz double pumped = 266 MHzYou must not have been around a lot of desktops.
I have a slew of 1200 Athlon's at the office that run at a 133Mhz multiplier for CPU clock frequency. The ram? DDR-2100 (266MHz)
Yeah just thinking about it does give headaches when you now add DDR3 into the mix.That and more and more of the Intel chips that have the shiny new 1333MHz FSBs can run on 800MHz or faster DDR2 (though I think that the actually, the 1333 is DDR3 RAM... but whatever)