well i would say do some reading on basic steps for overclocking ie:
disable all cpu features like stepspeed etc
usually best to start out with a high voltage like 1.35 or 1.4 then when you
get to the fsb speed you like you can back the voltage back down a little
at a time til it won't boot then back it back up. if you cant get to the fsb you desire go a little higher with the volts (and not just vcore, fsb vtt).
the max intel says is still safe for this cpu is 1.45 on both fsb and vcore so you could just start out there get to the fsb you want then try backing them back down. also your board is going to have a selection for ram ratio, unlock it from the cpu if you can or if your board has like 1:1 1:1.2 1:1.5 etc change it so the ram isn't over the rated speed. once you get your fsb where you want it and stable at the lowest volts possible you can start overclocking your ram with the same 1:1 and so on til you get where you want it. also usually when upping the ram speed you will need to up the volts and loosen the timings. so if your ram is ddr2 800 at 5-5-5-15 and you want to run it say 1000 bump your timings to something like 6-6-6-20 first and volts to 2.1v see if it boots fine and don't give you blue screens, then go back and try tightening the ram timings back down little at a time like 6-6-6-18, 5-6-6-18, 5-5-5-18, 5-5-5-15 etc. if you google your board i am sure someone has done a review on it along with overclocking features and settings and see how they were able to do it. the cpu varies slightly on fsb, multiplier, volts etc but it is going to be the same process no matter what your cpu. confused yet? lol
Trying to look for the settings to set the RAM ratio however from what i can tell on this board that its the System Memory Multiplier (SPD) setting, that shows options like 2.66C, 3.33C, 2.00D etc and the key on the right says x.xxA -> FSB 266 MHz, x.xxB -> FSB 333 Mhz, x.xxC -> FSB 200 MHz, x.xxD -> FSB 400 Mhz, is this what i'm looking for? I cant find anything that directly mentions a 1:1 or 2:1 ratio etc.
Theres a value for CPU Termination and its set at 1.200V currently, does this make a difference to anything?
Cheers for the help