Even if that board did have the potential for overclocking, I wouldn't do so too far...Foxconn is not the best brand...a bit too problematic. In my one of my pre-built computers (HP P6604f), the foxconn board gave me false values for CPU temperature. I was getting 10 degrees on the stock AMD Cooler when idling
Wow 10C?! Nice dude, what did you do? peltier? Heh
Hehehe, the truth was I built a time machine and went in to the future and grabbed a futuristic cpu cooler
Lemme know if you want to borrow it, the future is quite a barren wasteland, and there are lots of zombies so bring a shotgun....