nah, even Geil should be getting more than 208.
get a socket 939 system if you can. with an MSI K8N Neo 4, a DFI NF4 Ultra-D, or an Abit AV8 3rd eye (AGP)
the DFI is by far the best for overclocking. all the highest records for Athlon 64 overclocks are on DFI boards.
the DFI and MSI boards are PCI-E, so you'll need a PCI-E video card if you get one. what you get depends on your budget. I would recommend anything from a 6600 GT ($150-$175), to 6800 GT ($320-$380), to 7800 GTX ($550-$600)
the best RAM for overclocking is currently G.Skill's with Sansung TCCD's
most people get at least DDR600 with the Venice, and that's without coolers on it.
for a CPU, the Venice/San diego is the best for overclocking currently. the San Diego is exactly the same, but with more L2 cache. if you can, get the San diego. if not, the Venice.
if you have a lot of money, the Athlon 64 X2 Toledo's are really good. dual core San diego, which outperform Intel's in at least half of multimedia benches. that's not even what Athlon 64's are best at (gaming).