Read the overclocking guides at the top of the section, there is no 'list' of settings as such, each chip/motherboard/ram stick is different and has its own limits,
what works fine on my RampageIII/i5 2500k at 5GHz will not necessarily work on yours,
Overclocking is no fast fix, five minutes and done thing,
its a long exploration of your set up, its limits and how to tweak each part to the required outcome,
Sorry, I know thats not the answer you want, but its just how it is
Google can help you out immensely if you are patient...or just read the stickies for some local information to get you started. READ: Get you started.
Like Moto stated, there isn't a specific setting for each value- this will be a bit different for each motherboard, CPU and RAM that you use, as well as PSU. It all really depends on very unique specifics of your build that you have to figure out. You will likely find some good guidelines and places to start, but ultimately, you'll want to tinker with them to get it the best fit for you.