Here is some invaluable information for a beginning overclocker:
Check this page for your motherboard: http://www.overclock.net/t/946407/amd-motherboards-vrm-info-database/0_20
This is a beginners overclocking guide for Phenom Processors. I recomend you read it thourghouly before continuing: http://www.overclock.net/t/525113/phenom-ii-overclocking-guide/0_20
Lots of basic tools and info: http://www.overclock.net/t/624908/official-the-amd-socket-am3-knowledge-base-information-thread/0_20
You should do more research on overclocking. Google overclocking for beginners and read some articles. Also, google for "(yourprocessorhere)overclock settings." Find some people with a similar setup and see what numbers (multiplier, voltage etc) they have had luck with. You can start below their numbers and work your way up from there. Dont get discouraged if the numbers they use dont work for you. Overclocking is tricky. Someone could have the exact same setup as you, but different settings for an overclock. Getting it stable is the most important thing, and that comes with hours of testing.
Make sure you pay close attention to temperatures on the cpu AND the motherboard when overclocking. Your CPU might not break under the pressure, but thats not the only thing that gets hot. I like using a thermal gun to spot check areas on my mobo while I'm overclocking