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HT Link, DRAM Freq, and FSB:DRAM

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I have just built a new system and am wondering if it is operating as it supposed to be.
The major components used are as follows:
Mobo: Gigabyte GA-MA74GM-S2 Rev. 1.0, BIOS v.F3
CPU: AMD ADO4800IAA5D0 -- Athlon 64 X2 4800+ Brisbane
RAM: 4GB(2GBx2) DDRII800 -- A pair kit

I thought the BIOS would take care of the initial setting but noticed that the core speed was set for 1000MHz. So I modified the multiplier from x5 to x12.5 and the core speed was changed to 2500MHz. That's all I could do. My question here is what CPU-Z shows for HT Link, DRAM Freq, and FSB:DRAM as follows:
HT Link: 1002.3MHz
DRAM Freq: 357.9MHz

Are these normal? Why is DRAM Freq not 400MHz?
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