Perhaps I should have upgraded to socket 939, but i couldn't afford the additional $300-$400 it would have required to do it. Plus, why do that when there is not much performance increase with the change of sockets
my original thoughts were predominately because the nf3 chipset sucks with the 6xxx series and up, but then I noticed that you got that fairly new ABit board which has the nf4 chipset so all is well, hence why I then basically retracted my statement of having gone socket 939.
I would say OC your RAM however the kingston series have BH-5 chips I believe, so you'd basically need a DFI board that can give it volts to be able to do it....so scratch that.
This is probably where gaara and I are fine with 1gb albeit there are times where it's necessary, not only do we have it running in dual channel with socket 939 but we also have ours overclocked...mine being at DDR500 and his being at like...hell I don't know DDR550 or 560 or so.
I suppose if you're waiting for atleast another year then getting 2gb now wouldn't really be that much of a dent in the pocket, but every little bit counts