Is the CPU's FSB to blame, or am I supposed to tweak some settings in the BIOS in order to get the speeds the RAM was designed for? First off, my specs: Gigabyte P35-DS3R Mobo Intel P4 531 - 3.0Ghz 200MhzBus 800MhzFSB Corsair 2x512MB PC 6400 RAM - DDR2 800 4-4-4-12 I recently tried out the CPU-Z program only to find that (under the SPD tab) that the frequency was at 400Mhz, with the right timings listed under. Then (under the memory tab), I found this: Frequency - 400~Mhz FSB: DRAM - 1:2 CAS# Latency - 5 clocks RAS# to CAS# Delay - 5 clocks RAS# Precharge - 5 clocks Cycle Time (Tras) - 18 clocks Is this supposed to happen? Are the timings supposed to be this loose? Isn't it supposed to run at a frequency of 800Mhz? I have a moderate understanding of PCs, and I built this one myself; but I have no clue what to do when it comes to over-clocking and the details. Can anyone explain this?