This happens to be my area of expertise. First, a word of caution, with laptops even more so than desktops, you must be extremely mindful of your computer's ability to dissipate heat, and extremely careful with your voltage thresholds, if you can change them at all, so research, research, research. If you must overclock your cpu, and if your bios doesnt support it (most OEMs do not) then it must be done through software that changes the FSB, and that's referred to as a "soft clock" (software controlled overclock). I will offer you only general guidance, as that is how I started and by far it is the only way to truly learn your individual system. SetFSB_HomePage
, that is the link to the SetFSB program, but you have to find the PLL that matches your chipset. I refuse to do the work for you, as that would impede your own level of understanding and development, but here are the mobile Nvidia drivers that I used to use NVIDIA & Laptop News | Latest NVIDIA drivers and related news | laptopvideo2go.com
, I would suggest the DOX optimized versions, as they are the easiest to install. Also I used to use Nvidia system tools for overclocking, and they gave me problems before I switched to the drivers at laptopvideo2go. I wish you luck, and remember to never take more than calculated risks with laptops. I used to have one of the most powerful laptops in the world (OCZ Extreme 840 DI), and one thing I loved about that one was the extra room inside for mods....(heat spreaders w/thermal tape on both the GPUs to maximize heat dissipation), and lapping the cpu(unless they are already bare or you can see a black mirror gloss with the Intel/AMD logo and chip info underneath the thermal paste)/ applying better thermal paste, coppper mods, etc. With that, I wish you well in your endeavors, chances are, you'll be reading over alot of what I, and many others have done in the mobile desktop replacement realm over the years. I've been tweaking and modding performance laptops for around seven years now.
Oh, and make sure to read thoroughly the installation procedures for the Nvidia drivers, you will need to replace an inf file with laptopvideo2go's inf file.