I have the e6600 cpu that has a 2.4 ghz. If I wanted to reach 3.2ghz I would raise my FSB to (about) 350. Now, if I change my multiplier to 8 and my fsb to 400 I still get 3.2ghz. Changing the multiplier and FSB to 400 gets the memory to 800mgz, and with 9 I believe is about 720mhz (?).
With the multiplier at 8 and fsb 400 wouldn't I need more vcore and get higher temps?
So in laymen's terms what is the difference (pros and cons) and how/where would you see it (while playing a game as reference)?