before ill start playing with my q9550 i would like to do some tests on my

old P4 HT 3,0Ghz.

is that the right formula??:

ie. when you dont know the multiplier:

(X)xbios fsb=3000

p4 ht 3,0ghz ie.

[x] x 200(that is what my bios shows on the old rig) = 3000 which equals=15---->my multiplier???? ~~please check my math

so if i want my old p4 to run on let say 3,3 ghz i would do this???

15x [x] = 3,300

x=220

15 x 220 = 3,3 ghz -------> tell me if im getting this right???

another example:

let say if you know the multiplier like for q9550 is 8,5 so the formula would be:

8,5 x [x] = [whatever speed you want to achieve]

i.e for q9550:

8,5 x [x] = 3,0

x = aprox 352,941

so if i want my q9550 2,8 work on 3,0 ghz i would have to switch fsb from 333 to aprox 353???? am i getting this right????

also

**DO I HAVE TO RAISE RAM FSB WHEN OVERCLOCKING PCU OR HAS IS THAT WORK?**
so if im talking memory that is 1066 i would do this: 1066/4=266,5

SO THAT MEANS THAT [266,5mhz is the max my fsb can work??]

i dont get that it means that memory should be equal to cpu??

since q9550 works on 333 and my rams work on 266,5 i cant overclock or what .... im lost :/ ... got this confusion from this sticky:

"The number after it is the data transfer rate. Simply divide it by 4 to get the maximum FSB speed for which the module is rated. Example: 1600/4 = 400 MHz. Therefore, DDR3-1600 can work on systems with a FSB of up to 400 MHz (anything more and you’re lucky). " ~~tomshardware

In advance thanks alot