I have a Q6600 and a different motherboard, but I think most of the basics *should* be the same. To give you something to work with until others chime in on the issue, check out my old thread when I was overclocking my
"Worshipme" and "A true folder" gave me tons of useful information in that thread, so make use of it. Keep in mind that your basic goal is to reach 3.0GHz, so there's three main things you'll have to keep in mind:
If your CPU ratio is 9X (which I believe it should be), then you should set your FSB Frequency to 333MHz. This means that 333Mhz x 9 will yield you 2997Mhz (or 3.0Ghz) for your overclock.
At the same time, whenever you're overclocking, you should find your optimum CPU Voltage to use. You should start messing with the VCore value until you find a stable overclock. For example, I started my experiments with a 1.41V, and worked my way down until 1.365V where the computer was stable. The lower the VCore, the lower your temperatures will be.
There are other small things you can toy around with in the BIOS like my thread shows, but start with these few things first and see if a stable, low-temp overclock is maintainable. You should download a couple of temperature monitoring programs such as Realtemp
and use them to monitor your temps. Both are free and easy to download and use.
Hopefully this will give you a nice start to overclocking. Once I get back home, I'll check up on this thread so make sure to ask any questions you have. And if you have time, try to find out whether you have the B3 or the G0 revision of the chip. This will allow us to give you a better limit to the temperatures you'll see. The G0 chip handles heat better than the B3.