only if you have an amd processor. otherwise you'll have to enter the bios and fiddle around in there, but not all motherboards can oc that well. I think the boards from companies like dell or acer have boards which don't really let you oc. it doesn't let me do it on mine, at any rate.
I see. Because when i go to the Processor section of the BIOS, everything to do with the Processor is greyed out, and I can't see anything to do with the multiplier or anything like that. I'm guessing that I can't overclock if this is happening?