As I said, its a low end mobo that almost certainly will not have BIOS overclocking options. I've been overclocking for years and have also built a (very simple) computer out of 7400/4000 series logic ICs, I've a pretty good idea how computers work ;)
I'm trying to overclock this Duron out of boredom, nothing else (I have a sandy i7 running at 5.2GHz for gaming). Any mods to the motherboard (replacing voltage regulators, timing crystals, etc) I will figure out myself - I'm just wondering if anyone knows the necessary pinmods for Durons in order to up the multiplier and voltage.
So Fingers/Jolicloud - I don't want to buy a new board, and the current board is irrelevant anyway. I'm guessing you two aren't too familiar with physical overclocking, modern "bios tweaking" isn't applicable to this PC and I know that a good overclock on this CPU can be obtained just with a soldering iron and a pencil (and a few spare cpus).