Hmmm, I see. I did not know that. I looked at it and I thought that some RAM with a higher native frequency would OC a bit better.
Well you obviously don't know that much about what is or isn't OC'able RAM, the higher clock frequency doesn't determine it to be overclockable because guess what that higher frequency RAM is.....overclocked PC3200 that the manufacturer guarantees it to run at because of the IC's and PCB the RAM is made from.
Theres a little insight on OC'able RAM.....Samsung TCCD with BrainpowerPCB = Overclocking RAM, which is what he has. I suggested that RAM to him because it's a pretty good price and will infact overclock quite a bit, I have the same RAM myself.
Also BH-5, BH-6, and Winbond IC's are good OC'ers but need more voltage...generally quite a bit more than Samsung TCCD.
Even if you go buy PC-4800 RAM it's going to default to PC3200 speeds.
Also I believe (atleast on mine) on that patrio RAM it says PC3200 - PC4200 I think it is, maybe 4400, 266MHz DDR533
EDIT: Bebop how old are you, just curious because you said you just got a credit card and you've already charged it up the ying yang lol....hope you don't get yourself into trouble with that