With rare exceptions you can't. And even then doing so would be very risky. I expect this board is from an OEM computer. These computers do not overclock well and the manufacturers have omitted overclocking settings to avoid damage.
If you want to overclock build your own computer where you con control the quality and specifications of the components used.
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