Increasing the temperature is definitely not the right solution for increasing performance. Not unless you don’t mind destroying the CPU.
These phone CPUs really aren’t made to operate at maximum performance for extended time periods. They’re made for responsiveness – jump to maximum for a quarter of a second to complete a job and then back down to idle. The PoP configuration also makes it difficult to remove heat from the CPU, since the CPU is insulated by the RAM. You can try a heat sink on the top, combined with a thick thermal pad and heat sink on the bottom, and a fan blowing across the board. This will let you hold a higher average speed, but it will still throttle under load.
I believe that there are more things that can be done in software to reduce heat generation as well, but don’t get your hopes up that they will be implemented soon.