That is exactly what I am saying, Beard.
When you get a chance, go to the intel section on CPU's and then pick one. Read the fine detail about the speed of the cpu. You will see somewhere on there
about the temperature at which the cpu was tested. This was an old cheat they used to use back in the P133 days. They would test the cpu at 0° and then list
it a that GHz rating. Then along comes AMD and they start lying about how fast their cpu is rated. But there was a cheat they did. They tested the speed by using
the rating coming off the memory that is on the chip, not through the bus. They also tested their chips at 100° below zero. They did get caught though and it caused
a huge downfall of that company to overcome later.
We tested this back in 1995. We built a P200 and put it in this guys freezer. The next day we pulled it out and fired it up. I ran my CPU tester and it back that it was
passing test data through the bus at about 280GHz.
This is why there were all those Freon coolers back then. Remember those? What a joke.