Keeping My Q6600 Stable 3.2ghz

Hey guys I currently have my Intel Q6600 CPU at 3.2 ghz. However, I do not know if this will be stable due based on my specifications. I ran prime95 for an hour and ran Memtest and it seems to run smooth. I am fairy new to the overclocking aspect but I have had my CPU at 3.2ghz for a day and there have been no problems so far.

FSB- 400
Multiplier- 8.0
CPU Voltage- 1.325V (Is it safe?)

Dram set to 1066mhz (Based on OCZ Reaper stock specification)
-Manually at (stock settings)
-RAM Speed : 533.3 MHz (3:4)
-Voltage set to Auto (Not sure if this is safe)

My Computer specs are

CPU- Q6600 @ 3.2 ghz

Motherboard- Asus P5Q

Video Card- Gigabyte GTX 460 1gb

Cooling- Thermaltake DuOrb

Power Supply- Cooler Mater Real Power 750W

RAM- 8gb OCZ Reaper 1066 MHZ

Harddrive- 640gb Western Digital Black

If anyone knows what I should be doing or what I missed or can give me advice to keep in more stable let me know, I would gladly appreciate it.

Thanks Guys

CPU-Z Validation

only increase the voltage as the CPU is getting unstable. Also make sure to keep a good eye on the temps

Are you saying I need to up my voltage?

If so what voltage do you think I should raise it to?