|No. For many years now the system manufacturers have had their BIOS' designed so that they cannot be overclocked. This is due to the fact that they choose their hardware components based on cost and features and test them under normal use with no margins for the additional stress that overclocking would cause. They do not want to be responsible for repairing or replacing systems or components due to failure due to this additional stress under their warranty so they make sure that you cannot overclock. Since they have their motherboards built to their specific specifications, you cannot simply use the BIOS from the closest over-the-counter motherboard because it will not work right, and most of the time will render the motherboard useless and beyond repair.|
In order to overclock you would need a quality motherboard that is designed for it, higher performance RAM, a distinct graphics card, a better power supply, a system case that has better air flow, and a larger high flow case fan. At that point, you might as well get an up to date processor that is unlocked for overclocking (most processors (Intel) after the 1st generation i-series need to be the unlocked 'K' series to overclock). In other words, you really have to start from scratch.
You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.