alright, here's the deal. i bought a new MSI K7N2-Delta motherboard that supports 400mhz fsb. I also got a new AMD 3200+ processor. that's my new stuff, waiting ot be installed this weekend. my old stuff is 768mb of 2700 ddr ram on my current computer (AMD 1700+). since that ram runs at 333mhz(166), do i need to set my fsb to 333mhz to match my ram speed? is there separate fsb settings for ram and the cpu? also, if i set the fsb to 400mhz(200), will it fry my 2700 ram? if the fsb on the cpu is set to 333mhz, will i see a drop in processing speed? on my current computer, the motherboard came set at 100mhz fsb, so my computer said my processor was a 1.0ghz. once i adjsuted it correctly to 133mhz, it said 1.43 (a 1700+ operating speed). since my computer showed different operating speeds on different fsb settings, does that actually affect processing speed? should i wait til my next paycheck to pick up 512mb of 3200ddr ram so i can have a 1:1 fsb ratio? it is worth the cost in performance seen? i want my new board and cpu to work with my old ram for the time being. what exactyl would i have to do to make it perform best w/o killing my ram or processor potential?