Yes, but not with a G41 motherboard.
The G41 is an economy chipset. The G41 chipset has an upper FSB limit of about 350 MHz. That means that your chip will have an upper limit of about 2.8 GHz, not far from where you are now.
... oh and remember that the total fsb speed is usually x4 of what u put it as, ...
DA, that is not exactly what is happening. Core2 CPU's have an FSB frequency
of usually 200, 266, or 333 MHz. Each bus cycle generates 4 FSB clock
cycles. Core2 CPU's are "quad pumped". They transfer 4 chunks of data each bus cycle.