From what I've read, some of the Nforce 2 boards will have FSB o/cing options up to 333 mhz, or 667 effective. If you lowered your multiplier way down, and raised the fsb to 333, then put in two sticks of PC2700, running in dual ddr mode; would you have the same memory bandwidth of Prescott at 667 FSB? Normally the bandwidth of the NF2 doesnt get fully used because the memory is running faster than the cpu's fsb, but in this case, it would be a perfect match. Or at least that's the way I see it... Correct me if I'm wrong.