thank you for instead of answering my simple question, hijacking my thread. I'll take my question to overclockers.net.
Sorry for hijacking your thread, but we have already answered your question.
To sum it up:
OCing something like the CPU usually means OCing the motherboard and sometimes the ram. And OCing anything, as long as it's not covered by the manufacturer, will void the warranty. If your mobo specified the highest supported FSB at 1333MHz, then you can assume that's as high as you can go without voiding the warranty. The same applies to ram.
However, as we have said multiple times, if you don't tell anybody you did some OCing, the manufacturer has no way of telling that you did. So why tell them the truth? Besides, even with OC'ed components, they are going to outlast the warranties placed by the manufacturer. They know people do OC, so all they do is cover for a period of time where truly defective parts will fail.
It's up to you to take our answer or not.