no, the way the shift in the fsb speed converting to the increase in processor speed is that you take the multiplier (which is basically set for each processor) and multiplying it by the fsb speed (or rather, a quarter of the fsb). so, a 2ghz proc with a 533fsb is a 15x multiplier, which would downclock to 1.5ghz if put into a system that only supports 400fsb. for the b130, i thought the fsb was capable of 533, meaning you could take a processor with the 400mhz fsb and pinmod it up to a higher speed.
okay, i'm actually confusing myself with what i just typed, as it's like 5am, and i really ought to sleep.
simple answer, a 2ghz 533fsb is 2ghz in a system that supports 533mhz fsb's, and then it drops it to 1.5ghz in a system that only supports 400mhz (like a 700m), and with a 1.5ghz 400mhz fsb proc pinmodded into a 533mhz fsb system, it ups the speed to 2ghz. and i think the b130 has 533fsb capabilities, but i'm not 100% sure.