Why would you? Assuming you could(you can't), what would be the benefit?
Overclocking is when you push your Cpu to operate at a faster frequency than what it's *rated* at. So if you dropped the multiplier to 4, and raised the FSB to 800, you are still using a 3.2ghz Cpu, so no overclock there.
Oh I guess I should have mentioned I know what overclocking is and have done it many times but it seems my post gives the vibe of me being inexperienced in this matter
Anyways, I was wondering whether running with a FSB : DRAM ratio of 1:1 is better than the 1:4 which is what I currently have.
Also why do you say that it isn't possible? Is it due to the voltage limitation on the NB?