You need to establish an account at an image hosting service and upload your pics to their site -- use Ctrl-Shift-Prt Screen for capture. You may then link to the images at the hosting service using the 'picture command.'
15x240MHz = 3.6GHz
Your system clock at stock is 200MHz with a 16x CPU multiplier, or 3.2GHz. You have the '15.5x' and '16x' multiplier available to further overclock your CPU while keeping your RAMs at spec speed 6.67x240MHz (DDR3 1600).
But first you should monitor for stability, voltages and temps. Here are your CPU specs
. Blowing past these specs may eventually harm your processor.
Past Gigabyte motherboards have shown a tendency to over-volt so it is important for you to experiment with your voltage settings. You should be able to raise and lower your CPU volts in 0.0125v increments. Stability at the highest clocks and lowest voltages is where you want to be.
When you find extra voltage increases add little to clock speed increases (other than heat) you have hit the 'volt wall.'
With experience and patience you can hit 4Ghz but you should first concentrate on getting to know your system and settings at the 240MHz clock. It's a 'sweet spot' with your RAMs.
Try to upload some sceenies and we'll go from there ...