Actualy technicaly if you have a 3200+ you shoul dhave the multiplier on 13.
no because a 3200+ is a 400FSB 2.2GHz CPU.
200 x 11 = 2.2GHz like he pointed out already.
Also be aware that your 3200+ has minimal headroom becasue that was the top speed for the Barton cores.
also not true considering the mobiles are barton cores as well and they can hit quite high...granted his Vcore would be higher, assuming he kept it cool enough it'd hit upwards of 2.5GHz+ as well.
Raising the FSB on the socket A boards requires generally more voltage to the north bridge and better cooling for the north bridge as they tend to get quite hot on the nf2 platforms.
So yes as 10x220 is technically better than 11x200 because of the raised FSB and faster RAM speeds, it'll also be more of a pain in the *** than if you could simply raise your multi while leaving the FSB at 200 and OC'ing the CPU.
AMD64's raising the FSB is no big deal, but with the socket A's theres just the whole making the NB cooler and possibly more voltage to it and the fact that socket A's will max out at around 240 or 250MHz.....250MHz if you're LUCKY , have really good NB cooling and possibly a voltage mod in some cases.