You didn't specify, but I'm guessing you have a Northwood or Prescott. Either way, your FSB must be running at 800Mhz (4x200Mhz). CPU stock clock is 12x200Mhz = 2.4Ghz. A 3.2Ghz overclock was likely achieved by upping the FSB from 200Mhz to 266Mhz. Using PC3200 (DDR-400) RAM, with a 1:1 memory settings the RAM would be overclocked to 266Mhz (~PC4300). I doubt ValueRAM can go that far, so your motherboard is probably using a memory divider.
I checked your board's manual and it's capable of the following FSB:RAM settings: 3:2, 5:4, 1:1 and 4:5. The first two are dividers (RAM slower than FSB), 1:1 runs RAM and FSB in synch, and the 4:5 setting is a multiplier (RAM faster than FSB). They don't appear as such in your BIOS, though. They show up as DRAM Frequency settings DDR266, DDR333 and DDR400. Depending on the FSB, they correspond to the settings I mentioned above.
So with an OCed FSB at 266Mhz, the RAM setting must be either 3:2 or 5:4 (DDR266 or DDR333 in your BIOS). With 3:2, the RAM is dowclocked to 266Mhz * 2/3 = ~177Mhz; with 5:4, it's overclocked to 266Mhz * 4/5 = ~213Mhz. Naturally, the higher the better, but since it's ValueRAM, there's no guarantee the 13Mhz overclock is possible.
Check your BIOS and verify your DRAM Frequency setting, please, so that we can see if I'm correct. In the unlikely case it's set at DDR400, you're getting a 33% overclock on ValueRAM, which would be impressive.
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