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Hello

I'm having trouble completely understanding the overclocking guide as it is all very new to me. My computers CPU is a 2.8 with a 800mhz FSB and my memory is DDR2 667. What FSB:memory divider does that equate to at stock speed. Is it (800/4) : (667/2) = 200 : 333?
My motherboard is a P5wd2 Premium which gives me memory options of ddr2 400, 533, 600, 667, 800 at CPU Freq 200. As I increase my CPU Freq all of these increase as well such as ddr2 410, 547, 615, 683, 820 at CPU Freq 205. How does the FSB:memory divider apply to these? How do you get 1:1 let alone 5:4 as mentioned in the guide?

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