Hello That_White_Kid95, welcome to Intel Communities and thanks a lot for posting your inquire.
It is very important to let you know that we don't recommend over clocking any of the internal components such as memory, video or processor, since this practice overstress the units.
There is no processor capable to last the expected lifetime from factory if it is over clocked. In addition to that, Intel cannot guarantee the proper functionality of a CPU if it is being over clocked because every single unit is manufactured to run within specifications.
The I5-3230M processor that comes on your laptop is not an unlocked processor. Only unlocked processor supposed to handle overclocking.
From our side, this is all the information I could provide you, but you could wait for another user to reply to this thread with other recommendations, or check directly with the system manufacture if they allow you to change the settings of the system.
Thank you for your understanding.