44 x 100 = 4.4GHz but 44 x 110 = 4.84GHz. Yeah... no difference at all, right? LOL
Before trying to laugh at someone else for being stupid, make sure you know what you're talking about:
The maximum multiplier value tied to a 100 MHz base clock will be 80x; the maximum would be lower for the other base clocks. For example, the maximum multiplier for a 125 MHz base clock would be 64x; the maximum for a 166 MHz base clock would be 48x. Either way, in all three cases the maximum CPU frequency would be no higher than 8.0 GHz.
That means that if you're trying to overclock to, say, 4.8 GHz, you could have a core clock of 100 and a multiplier of 48, or you could have a core clock of 40 and a multiplier of 120. no matter which way you overclock, it doesn't matter. The result will be the same.