CPU overclocked using Fsb safe?

Hello guys I want to over clock my i3 540 using my Intel dh55pj motherboard it doesn't allow me to change the multiplier of the CPU but allows to change host clock frequency ( I think its called Fsb).
Its base value is 133 MHz. If I increase it then the ram frequency also changes. Thats not a problem I can lower the ram multiplier. But I want to ask that can it damage my HDD and ram . I have read posts where people say that increase fsb clock overclock sata speed and pcie speed as well.
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  1. That's how oc was usually done pre sandy bridge. It wasn't til then that it was connected to sata, pcie, etc. You're fine.
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