it will be done through your bios. You won't get anything like 3.2GHz out of that chip.
You can change your multiplier and FSB, times them together and you get your clock frequency.
ie 2.2GHz = 11*200MHz.
If you need more detailed instructions I suggest you use the search feature as there are loads of great guides already posted.
Pentium 4 2.8 with M0 stepping.
Only air cooling tho