Mem:CPU is on a 4:5 divider so my CPU is at 250 and my DDR is at 208. The timimgs are 2-2-2-5. This gives me better memory bandwidth and system performance than running the mem:cpu ratio at 1:1 at 250 with mem timings at 2.5-4-3-6.
So if you can get your CPU up to 240-250 FSB, use the 5:6 divider with the 3200 DDR and the low latency. Your mem will run a little over 200 but with those timings, it's better than loose timings at a 1:1.
Hope that helps.
Oh, and that OCZ 2GB PC3200 is at Newegg for $195 after rebates. Look at my post. Has the link.