Ok, im kind of in the same position as you, and want to overclock my acer laptop (still no luck in finding something that that will work with this motherbaord/cpu XD). You can try setfsb/clockgen (they dont have much support for acer motherboards, but there are a few, maybe you are a lucky one?)
Also the overclock you want is completely impossible, not only could your laptop not cool that, and you would probably fry your mosfets, and would probably get hardware failure from such a high fsb speed lol.
I dont think you could really go much higher then like a 220mhz fsb, and for that it would be better if you had a laptop cooler + arctic silver/ic diamond thermal waste on your cpu. Like my cpu has a x12 multiplier, and i wanted to take it to 2.6ghz from 2.4, which is probably a more likely possible solution.
Since you have a K10 cpu like me look into K10stat (used for settings voltages for different Pstates). can use to undervolt, so you atleast get lower temps/longer battery life if you are unable to atleast overclock. Though even if you can overclock, good to be able to change voltages. i wouldnt go above stock voltage on a laptop though. https://sites.google.com/site/k10stat/
As for geckyl's reply:
1) Disabling services will NOT increase performance, it will actually lower performance depending on what you disable.... services only really use resources when they are called upon. when they are not being used, they use hardly any ram.
2) delaying startup entries wont change much, but initial boot time. Yes if there are processes you dont want to auto startup, you should disable. you can do it by going to start > type in msconfig.exe (btw ccleaner > glary utilities)
3) iobits software sucks... and for defrag, auslogics > smart defrag.
4) ready boost does almost NOTHING for performance in any computer that has more then like 2gb of ram, its no different then the paging file on your hdd. his laptop has 4gb, so adding paging file/readyboost will do nothing...
And ofcourse the load time of a a program that is cached will be faster....
Though dual booting a linux distro does have many uses, using it because "not as vunerable to malware and viruses" is ignorant. How the hell do you get a virus/malware on windows? "click here to download a free xbox360" derp OK!
i havent gotten any virus/malware since i was like 12... and that was back in the day when it was much easier to get infected, now with all the free security and free tools you have, its like literally impossible...