There is one thing that i need to know.now i know the basics of overclocking but i would like to know if there is any difference of how i put my fsb and multiplier if they equal out to be my desired results? like i currently have my computer running at 217x13=2821 with ram speed of 352.6 now three is still moving room for my ram to be increase.Its ddr2-800 now would its be possible just to put it to 255x11=2805 with a ram speed of 400? or is there a difference between the 2. im just using them as an example would be running ram little lower for assurance of speed. its a locked multiplier so i canto increase it any more then 13.
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I did forget to say i have my pci asynce from the fsb and locked at default speed.
There isn't any difference performance wise if you change the multipliers so the end clocks on the northbridge/RAM are the same. Overclocking the FSB allows you to have a higher NB/RAM speed though, so that is a bonus for it.