Probably not. You can overclock the RAM on a a320 board, but the chances of getting 2400mhz RAM to run at 3000mhz are small. The RAM is tested to run at certain speeds, this is why RAM has a speed rating. If it could be run at 3000mhz, then it would be rated that high.
I think a more reasonable goal would be 2666mhz. Even then, you may have to tinker with the timings.