1. Usually, the ram FSB and the CPU fsb are linked.
2. your cpu has a multiplier of 24. at stock, the FSB is 100Mhz, so she would run at 2.4Ghz.
3. your ram is QUAD pumped, which means the DDR you have has the 100MHZ fsb by being linked, and then multiplied by 4, it runs at DDR400.
4. you just overclocked your PC to 3.30 MHZ. that means you increased your FSB to 137.5Mhz. Your ram is NOW running at 137.5*4= 550MHZ. NOT MANY DDR400 ram can do this!!!
Conclusion: when the ram is linked, the ration is 1:1 . which means 1MHZ of cpu fsb equals 1MHZ of DDR fsb.
Some motherboards have options to just UNLINK the ddr so it will jsut run on it's own fsb at 400.
Other boards you have to run a DIVIDER. THe motherboard has OPTIONS of dividers you can run linke 4:3, 5:4 etc...
Example 2: if you run a divider of 4:5. 1 MHZ of cpu FSB = 4/5 of DDR FSB which is equals to 0.8Mhz. so when you run 137.5 MZH on the cpu FSB, the ram will run at (137.5*4)/5= 110MHZ so the ddr400 will run at 110MHZ*4= 440MHZ. those four chips should be able to do this at least...
Is it more clear now