you can't just go from 3GHz to 3.6GHz in one step. You must gradually increase your FSB. And you have to adjust your ram's multiplier to a 1:1 ratio. What ram do you have? And it's too much for you? I had no problem reading it and understanding. I just think you don't want to read it at the moment. The only thing you need to read is the ram, Voltage and temps section and that is almost it. Beside testing for stablity. I think he should break up the post like that to make it easier for people to get what they need.
There are too many variables to 100% accurately give you settings that work (such as temps, other hardware, bios revisions, VID's, etc).
IMO, the best way to get your system overclocked to its potential is to actually spend some time reading the stickies, asking questions when you have them (we would be happy to clear up what any settings mean, etc) and learn the stuff.