Look on CPUID on FSB part. It's running at 133, not at 133.33 as it should. But thats right, simply your mobo is not accurate enough giving the FSB. Mine is giving 133.45, so I'm running at higher frecuency. But realise that 0.3Mhz of 133Mhz is just only 0,225%! Almost nothing.
If you are worried about it, just go into BIOS and rise the FSB to 134 and you will be over the 1733 mark. If still want to play a little more, raise to 135, or 136, or why not 137 ... WELCOME! You are now in overclockers field! It wasn't so difficult, right? Just another point, do you realise that only increasing 5Mhz the FSB (to 138) you have a 2200+? :smile:
Also, always remember to monitor your temps. Test stability at full load (Prime95 is a good option).
Good luck and again, welcome!
Still looking for a <b>good online retailer</b> in Spain :frown: