i want to overclock my Amd athlon 64 3200+ but i only have 300 watts
First your video card, now your CPU?
What do you hope to gain by overclocking your machine, that it can not do currently? Or are you just experimenting?
i plan to gain lots of perforamance
It should be fine, it's doubtful you will be able to harm anything with your current configuration.
You really can't hurt a CPU by overclocking it if you keep it at stock voltage. When you start raising the voltage then the risk goes up accordingly. You will be lucky to get 2.5-2.6 ghz from that CPU under ideal conditions. In actuality, 2.4 ghz is probably the sweet spot for it considering RAM and cache timing.
thx alot but is there an easyer way, because i dont like overclocking things using the bios. is there a program if there is can someone tell me.
Not for old hardware that you have, and not recommended for newer stuff. If you don't like overclocking in the BIOS, maybe you should not do it.
I agree with brokenbuga. The best way, and likely your only option, is to use the BIOS if possible. Many newer boards are very overclock friendly but you will likely have to do it old school. There are a ton of web sites you can use for reference. Put the time into educating yourself on the topic and it will pay off.