BIOS: All the fun overclocking options is found in the "Cell" menu.
In the BIOS it's also possible to keep an eye on the chipset and CPU temperatures. It's also possible to use the bundled "Dual Core Center" software if you need to see the temperatures in Windows when the load is increased. I do think that the temperatures is 10 degrees too low, both system and CPU.
Here I've installed an AMD X2 4000+ CPU to test what I could max out with. 2.6 GHz is not bad for this CPU. I got the same result with the GeForce 8200 chipset. It's possible to adjust the frequencies of the FSB and RAM, which works by a divider. It does not provide total independence between the two, but a fine solution for this kind of boards. All in all the board looks a lot like the MSI board with the GeForce 8200 chipset.
Some sections in the BIOS are missing. It's obvious that this board was pushed out the door before it was a 100 % ready. I'd keep an eye on BIOS updates for the motherboard in the near future.