Hello all. I've been browsing for a while, did some searching, and I couldn't really find an answer to this question. I would also like to mention that I've been away from the PC world for a while (I crossed over to Mac ), and I haven't messed with any components since my last PC (s754 Athlon with DDR400) quite some time ago. For example, say I have a 2GHz Athlon X2, running on either a 667MHz memory standard motherboard or an 800MHz. It'll run at 2GHz on either one, correct? Now say I up the FSB by OC'ing on the 667MHz mobo to 800MHz. Does the CPU get overclocked along with it to over 2GHz, or does it stay the same? Assume I'm using 800MHz RAM so that it can handle the overclock. And finally, which would yield better results: 667MHz mobo upped to 800MHz OC with 800MHz RAM, or an 800MHz mobo in which I dropped the mulitplier to make the RAM 667, and then upped it back to 800MHz again? I hope my questions are clear enough. And thanks!