TLDR: Some Gigabyte Boards are not configured correctly from the manufacturer to achieve a 1:1 FSB to DRAM Ratio.
Reference Clock * Clock Multiplier = CPU Frequency
CPU Frequency / Memory Divisor = Memory Frequency
In my case this should be:
200 * 14 = 2800
2800 / 7 = 400
Which should support dual data rate DDR2 800 without a divider... however it displays as a 1:2 (FSB : DRAM) Divider.
What is going on?
After many hours of reading I found out the AM2+ Series of Processors handle the Memory Clock in a much different fashion than their AM2 counterparts.
Basically the Memory clock is listed in multipliers of the host clock, in this case I want a 400mhz memory clock to mate up with my DDR2 800 RAM, so I reduced the Memory Clock Multiplier from 4.00 to 2.00. This solved my issue.
Can you change the Memory Divisor? It's clear that it's half the clock multiplier, leading to your 1:2 ratio. Set the divisor to 14, so that you'll end up with memory frequency of 200.
Thought I solved the issue, I was troubleshooting without following the #1 Rule of RTFM (Read the Freaking Manual) .. I didn't know AM2+ CPUs varied so much from their AM2 counterparts. Wrong Solution in Original Post.
My orignal solution I tried last night did give me a 1:1 Ratio however to do so I lowered my DDR2 800 to DDR2 400, which gives a 1:1 Ratio but is crap for performance. The search it would appear is still on.