Generally laptops are thermally designed to use the specific CPU in them. Unless your bios supports clock adjustments, (although there are software programs designed to do the same), and you have modified cooling upgrades, generally it is not advisable. Heat is a major issue with any laptop. Depending on your laptop you might,although unlikely, be able to make cooling mods to your laptop.
Besides, a laptop is, generally speaking, a set configured system based on the build.
I am not saying it is impossible. Just improbable and most likely not worth the effort.
I have seen gaming laptops have the capability to do mods and enhance performance.
Unfortunately most laptops do not allow the opportunity to upgrade based on their builds.