Do you know if you can monitor the temperature of your processor, say, through Speedfan
? If the temperature is kept at a good level, you could try it with relative safety. Without temperature-monitoring software, I wouldn't even think about it. Overall, I wouldn't recommend it since it's a laptop, but it should be fine if you monitor the temperatures. I know a good place to stop for the Athlons is 55*C. I'd assume it's near the same for the Turion, but for safety's sake, let's say 50. Temperatures may be higher on laptops than desktops, so I really don't know a good estimate.
And if I misinterpreted and you meant, "Is it possible to overclock this?" then I can't answer you. Look in the BIOS, and you should find out. If that doesn't work, ClockGen
is a pretty good free program that lets most people overclock through Windows, but it's a tad bit buggy. Good luck with your overclock if you choose to do so.