People don't always reply within 30 min of a post, deal with it.
Or when someone asks for Noob advice in a forum that has a sticky called "A newbie’s guide to Overclocking an Athlon XP CPU"... you might be waiting a while for someone to help you out.
You might also want to read the P4 and Core 2 Duo/Quad guides if your stuck on something in the Athlon one. The basics to Overclocking is the same regardless if you have AMD or Intel-Inside so any of the basic guides will help you get started.
Also, see how I use paragraphs, commas, and even periods. They make a post so much easier to follow, so if you want someone to take the time to help you, it doesn't hurt to make it easier for them.
Disclamer: My AMD/Intel overclocking comment was directed at the beginner overclocker - and thus related to things like: Vcore, Heat production, FSB, and CPU multipliers. Not extreme OC-ing, but that isn't covered in those guides anyways.