CPU-ID is a freeware program that you can run on your system that will give a list of the components within your system including the stepping on processor and the motherboard and what chipset it has. CPU-ID is a free for download and is well tested application for helping you find out information about your system.
Conroe is the pre production name for the Intel® Core™ 2 Duo processor, 1333 would be the FSB that the Conroe could support and d667 is the memory that would have been supported with an Intel® Core™ 2 Duo processor with a FSB of 1333.
So just off the top of my head this seems to be where the is, while it is possible that one of the OEMs may have upgraded a 945, 955 or 965 chipset based board to support a Intel Core 2 Duo with an FSB of 1333, I would be a little shocked if they did. And the 3 and 4 chipset series boards that did support the Intel Core 2 Duo with an FSB of 1333 don’t support the Intel Pentium D processors.
Intel Enthusiast Team