Is this thing even poissible to oc?

my computer is an hp all in one desktop.
heres everything you owuld need to know about this computer if you were trying to overclock it:
OS Name Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium
Version 6.1.7600 Build 7600
Other OS Description Not Available
OS Manufacturer Microsoft Corporation
System Name ZOE-PC
System Manufacturer HP-Pavilion
System Model BK232AA-ABA MS227
System Type x64-based PC
Processor AMD Athlon(tm) X2 Dual Core Processor 3250e, 1500 Mhz, 2 Core(s), 2 Logical Processor(s)
BIOS Version/Date Phoenix Technologies LTD V5.13, 11/26/2009
SMBIOS Version 2.5
Windows Directory C:\Windows
System Directory C:\Windows\system32
Boot Device \Device\HarddiskVolume1
Locale United States
Hardware Abstraction Layer Version = "6.1.7600.16385"
User Name Zoe-PC\Zoe
Time Zone Central Daylight Time
Installed Physical Memory (RAM) 4.00 GB
Total Physical Memory 3.75 GB
Available Physical Memory 2.61 GB
Total Virtual Memory 7.50 GB
Available Virtual Memory 6.18 GB
Page File Space 3.75 GB
Page File C:\pagefile.sys
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  1. Unlikely. Cheaper motherboards don't support it, and why would HP put a good mobo in their all-in-one?

    Even if you could, you would overheat it and fry everything.
  2. well i mean the processor run so call as is maximum temp reached so far is just 51 and i know that ll comps are overclockable But the closer you get to pre built the arder it will be i know i could probably overclock this just a tick and would improve its abilitys drastically But i am stuck between either these options i have seen so far:
    1) Flashing the bios
    2) Some sort of amd super software
  3. A bios flash is unlikely to unlock any options, those days are gone hehe
    Hp,Dell etc use proprietary bioses these days so even an update will not change much,
    amd overdrive may work, depending on your chipset but I wouldn't want to Oc an all in one anyhow, the cooling just isn't going to handle it without some modding
  4. Id say no. Nor would I even try with an all in one.
  5. You run the risk of damaging the machine, and voiding your warranty. There is no guarantee that any of your components can even handle the added stress and heat.
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