The really interesting part from that review is this (emphasis mine):
Tech Life Review wrote:
Most of the ST62K's BIOS tweaking options are conveniently located on one page. Users can increase the front side bus by up to 15MHz above default in 1MHz increments and set the processor voltage between 0.8250 and 1.5875V in 0.025V increments, but that's about it as far as overclocking features go.
Can anyone confirm this, either from other reviews, personal experience, or contact with the manufacturer? Having full control over this range would be really fantastic, although even at 0.825V (and whatever FSB speed you could manage-- probably 533, since there's no PCI lock) you'd probably still need a fan (to move air off the NB heatsink and hard drive if nothing else).