|"i have even used clockgen (maybe) and i never got any of them to work"|
You don't just install it & use it, you have to set it up to work with the clock generator chip on your board. If you don't know which chip your board uses, you'll have to open the case, find it on the board, write it down, then enter it into clockgen. Once the program is setup properly, THEN try overclocking.
And just so you know, the max safe overclock for a 533MHz FSB (133MHz freq) CPU is 600MHz (150MHz freq). Any higher than that & the PCI/AGP will go too far out of spec & you can encounter all sorts of problems.
It's not worth the effort.