will not give you extra features for overclocking if you have an oem computer chances are that you wont have many tweaks to play with and your stuck with it.only upgrade the bios if your installing new hardware such as processor that your current bios does not support.also see click here
For your information - this is the page with BIOS updates on for your board.click here
Note1 - You need to know what make of BIOS and what the current revision is, to see if there are any updates. Then you need to see what the update does, and whether you have the problem it fixes.
Note2 - None of them mention support for overclocking.
Note3 - The BIOS has nothing whatsoever to do with the operating system - it's just something on the board, and what OS you run is irrelevant (unless the update is to fix a problem with a particular OS)
Note4 - As above, you need to be very sure what you are doing, and it needs to be important that you do it - otherwise DON'T
What processor do you currently have in this board? What else do you have in your system? - presumably you are wanting to make it faster? - If so tell us what you have, and you will probably get some good suggestions.
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