All sarcasm and dickish commenting aside:
You can find some serious guides and Youtube videos by simply Googling for the setup you want to overclock.
For some basics:
CPU and motherboard have to support multiplier or FSB raising
Motherboard has to have sufficient power phases to handle the extra load
Motherboard has to support voltage increase to CPU core for stability
RAM divider or speed manipulator has to be present for any FSB overclocking
Power supply has to be decent (a given)
Cooling has to be above stock to be safe.
By motherboard supporting overclocking, the bios has to have options available to raise FSB or CPU multiplier (for supporting CPUs), and voltage adjustment at the minimum.
It's really not hard at all. Raise a few numbers and stress test to check for stability and make sure temps don't get too high. The only hard part about OCing is memorizing CPU size for voltage limits, where you might meet a wall, max temps for each chip, and how to know what volts to raise to achieve stability.