This may help:http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/258573-29-black-edition-overclock-raising-multiplier-guide
Though if your chip is not BE, I don't think it will.
I am also new to OCing, but From what I have seen as you change your CPU frequency, it affects what frequency your RAM runs at. You can select what you want RAM to operating at. If you do not have a BE chip, I think the only way to go about OCing it is to up the frequency on the chip, because the multiplier is locked.