Overclocking to me is more as an adventurous procedure though it actually isn't.
I've learned the basic multiplication calculation in combining the processor clock, board clock, memory, and the GPU overclock. but we share it in the real group not in the forum as it involves great risks, not to mention all additional best cooling hardware required. Keep the processor cool is easy but not for the mobo.
Some vendor include it in their utility disk or even in the BIOS. I myself not running it for daily task, more, now Intel include the memory controller inside the processor chip, more heat dissipation (might) affect the controller behavior (but I could be wrong).
So my point is. If we are interesting in overclocking then gather with group of real overclocker people. Reading is just for learning purpose.
I stay safe, and save my rig.