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I have a soyo MB SY-P4I 845PE V1.0. The max CPU is 3.2 Northwood 800 FSB but the ram it supports is PC2700


If I did stick an 800 fsb processor with a PC2700 ram would I will have to set the fsb:ram ratio to some integer equivalent value of 133:200?

Is there any system performance benefit in sticking an 800 fsb processor, since the PC2700 ram will only be able to keep up with a 533 fsb?

If I tried increasing the ram voltage to try my luck at overclocking my kingston ram, would I have to ease back on the fsb :ram ratio?

My knowledge of overclocking is mostly from hrdwrjnkie's very illuminating treatise on this subject....Thanks!

Please advise.

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