What exactly do you need help with? I assume it's like any of the newer dual cores and is good for about 2.7-2.8 with good cooling. Prime95 is your friend.
Mine is somewhat stable at 2.7 now, seems like at 2.8 it will crash a lot. Pretty sure it's not the RAM that's holding me back since I've been anywhere from 800 to 900 effective MHz with it, sitting at 800 now. But keep bringing it up and stress testing it with two instances of Prime95 until it crashes, that's most likely the limit of one of your cores. I would say you should be able to get to 2.6-2.7 easily with stock cooling as long as you have a lot of airflow in the case. Keep an eye on load temps, I'd keep it under 55 Cº MAX.
If you don't know about what each of your settings are, you need to read up. FSB, HTT, Vcore, etc. You need to know what they mean. This here seems like a good guide for you, even though it's another board the same stuff basically applies.
Some things you may want to make sure you do is set your CPU > NB Multiplier to where your HTT (FSB) times the multiplier is around 1000. So if you're at stock (200) it's at 5x. If you go to 250, set it to 4x. Another thing is, try to get your RAM running in 1T mode, it's a little quicker that way. Hopefully this will get you started.