Yes, the board supports overclocking - but there is a big "but" that you need to comprehend. Once you upgrade the BIOS beyond a certain point -- and it is possible that the board may come with a BIOS that is already beyond this point (and you cannot downgrade once it's upgraded past this point) -- it will provide support for 3rd generation Intel Core processors as well as 2nd. The problem is that 3rd generation processors do not support the same set of "parameters" (for lack of a better word; I have also heard folks use "methods" or "knobs") for overclocking and the (combined) BIOS supports only the common set of parameters. This means that the 2nd generation Intel Core processor cannot be overclocked to the same extent it could have been otherwise. Whether this will affect you is dependent upon what parameters you are used to using. There are some users I have talked to who understand these parameters and the issues better than I; perhaps they can comment here...
Hope this helps,
Thanks Scott for replying,
I went through DZ68AF's Product specification document
on page 69 in 'BIOS Performance Features' It is mentioned
* Processor Maximum Non-Turbo Ratio (processor multiplier can only be adjusted down)
what does this means? Can you please explain?
This is the maximum multiplier that you can set while the Turbo feature is enabled. If you would like to use a higher clock multiplier, you will need to disable the Turbo feature.
Thanks for the information