Don't worry. Just tell me how to increase the multiplier. It's an experimental laptop, anyway...Bios. But you have a dual core 1.5GHz cpu that has a max turbo speed of 2.2GHz and very specific cooling ability in a laptop. You most assuredly do Not want to go over 2.2GHz for any period of time as the cooling ability of the laptop will not handle the heat output.
Heat output does not scale linearly, in a straight line, it scales logarithmicaly. At max load and 2.2GHz you'd be looking at closer to high 80's. At 2.3GHz, add at least 5°C. At 2.4GHz add 10°C on top of that. At 2.5GHz add 15°C on top. Etc. At 2.5GHz you'd be somewhere around the 115-120°C point, well above thermal threshold and the cpu will be forced to throttle back to 1.5GHz just to stay cool enough to run, because of the increased voltage required to run the higher speed.
In a nutshell, it's a laptop, Stop messing with it.