Also, you missed a number in AIUGA 024
RPBW - maybe it was AIUGA 0240
RPBW. Anyway, it looks like it was manufactured in "02" or 2002 which means it's unlocked so you could manually set the multiplier and FSB if you ever feel like experimenting to look for faster combinations. /wink.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='wink.gif' />
Edit: I should explain that better. If your RAM is PC2700, you could run it at 166/333 and set the processor FSB to 166 and the multiplier to 10 to get the same 1667MHz overall. However, 166x10 will perform better than 133x12.5 because the RAM is running faster and in sync with the FSB.
But don't bother if you don't feel like changing defaults.
I can't see any reason why the BIOS and Windows would report different speeds either. In fact Windows gets its CPU ID and speed rating from the BIOS.
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