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imac's 533mhz fsb

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i was looking at the specs of d imac.. it states "533MHz frontside bus" then i was thinking some intel processor is using 533MHz frontside bus, esp the 1.30 to 2.80 GHz, does that mean that the iMac's g5 1.6ghz 533mhz fsb when converted(to intel's speed) is ard 2.80++ ghz?
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