I don't think you understand (a lot of things). You don't want to do what you're saying, though.
For what it's worth, you don't need to worry about the clock gen. You would just raise the BCLK through the BIOS (from the stock 100Mhz to whatever), but the highest you can safely go with that is 105-107Mhz, so it's not really worth it.
You see, the BCLK is tied to literally every single Bus in the system, so when you OC it, you OC everything (CPU, PCIe, SATA, USB, and RAM). Not good.
There is a silver lining though. You're not totally screwed because you can still raise each of the Turbo multipliers by 4 each, resulting in a nice, small OC.
Bottom line, don't mess with the BCLK (or the FSB, if you wish to call it that, but that's not what it's actually called on Intel systems anymore. BCLK = Base Clock). Just use the Turbo multipliers to OC.