What you could do is basically take the computer apart and fan cool or attach a desktop proc. water block and OC it that way. If you do though, make sure you do it a few mhz at a time, and test in between. I've known people to OC notebooks, but not very much, and it's quite a tedious task. I would say the reward isn't worth the risk.
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