There are a good many T-Force boards with that designation, and they are the *classic* which started the unlocking revolution with ACC.
Enter the BIOS under the 'Chipset' drop-down menu. Select ACC *All Cores*.
The original purpose of *ACC* (for Advanced Clock Calibration
) was to enable the 'Six Magic Pins' on Phenom processors like yours --- it had the additional benefit of unlocking cores on PhIIs like the x3 720BE and x2 550BE.
ACC for the most part guaranteed a 400MHz bump in clock speed on the *BE* editions of the original Phenoms.
Under the T-Series drop-down set Overclock Navigator to *Manual Overclock*. Bump the CPU, Chipset & HT Overvoltages each up one notch (IIRC, they each operate at +0.01v increments).
Select the *CPU FID/VID Control* Menu. Bump the 'Core VID' one notch. The 'Core FID' selection will allow you to adjust the CPU multiplier (stock should be 12.5 --- bumping to '14' will give you 14x200MHz, or 2.8GHz).
I would also suggest entering *Memory Configuration* and setting the 'DCT Unganged Mode' to enabled so that you may run the memory controller 'unganged'.
Stress test for stability and monitor your temps. Enjoy!
If you are interested in OC'ing with the system clock let us know --- it would not be uncommon for you to take your chip beyond 3GHz if you are so inclined