heh no yes no
well ddr266 is 133mhz ddr266. and you still get the 400mhz FSB, but the memory will only operate at 266mhz.
If this is the case, wouldn't an Athlon CPU running at a comparable CPU-clock and on an Athlon-ready motherboard have a 33% speed advantage on the FSB, thus being the faster system?
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