At least the ALi MAGiK 1 rev C1 runs the FSB and memory <em>synchronously</em>, both at 166 MHz (or 200 MHz, provided you can find memory that can run that fast) with AGP and PCI buses in spec. Of course, there's currently no such thing as a 166 MHz DDR FSB Athlon. Palomino will likely not be released with a 166 MHz DDR FSB, and the rumor mill reports that Thoroughbred won't, either.
However, there's nothing preventing one from overclocking the CPU with a 166 MHz system bus, perhaps dropping the multipler (and despite recent articles here, it isn't that hard to unlock a Palomino CPU in organic packaging, with tape, some whiteout and a pencil).
The Athlon MP 1 GHz, Athlon XP 1500+ (1333 MHz) and XP 2000+ (1666 MHz) will run at specified speeds if the FSB is raised from 133 MHz to 166 MHz, and multipliers are dropped. Others will not have an exact match, and run at slightly higher or slightly lower (±33 MHz) speed if the multiplier is dropped.
Of course, considering the demography of the people visiting this place, the multipliers won't drop much.
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