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How Can I Unlock My XP2100?

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enduro

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Montgomery Alabama Yall
If I remember correctly, all that is required is a pin mod. You could also go with the Speed Strip if you are really nervous about it. Do a google and look it up. I found numerous articles on unlocking chips. None of them helped me since I had a super locked chip, but I didn't know that at the time.
 

jonspd

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Jan 18, 2003
Muilt's up to 12.5 should be unlocked are you wanting the 13+ muilt's to be unlocked?
 

The Coolest

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Jul 29, 2001
what motherboard do you have that chip running at?
That CPU was made before AMD started locking their chips, so its completely unlocked.
If you mean "How do I get to the low multiplier range" then that's something totally different. and you will need to do a simple wire trick. But depending on your mobo, that might not be necessary
 
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anwar1337

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Apr 2, 2003
I would like either range i pref higher cuz i want more speed but i know its bad or something then lower multi
 

The Coolest

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Jul 29, 2001
Your mobo will prolly max out at 180MHz FSB. I believe that your chips can take that at x13.
I think no mods will be needed for that
 

FlailBoy

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Apr 7, 2003
Answered this is your other thread. CPU is unlocked.

You didn't say exactly what the problems were(e.g no boot, lock-up, etc.); but if you were running stable at 165...165x13~2145, that's pretty good if you got there on stock volts. That board should have 6x-14x for multipliers. 165x14~2310. At that point Vcore would need a voltage jump.

If it doesn't unlock anything below 13 and you're trying to up CPU speed, no problem. Try 165 x 13.5 and bump your Vcore up a bit. Don't really think the lower multis would do you much good with a 1/4 divider.

2310 isn't even close to the highest I've seen the 2100Bs go, but it's pretty respectable if you can get there. After that, you could try bumping up the FSB 1-2 mhz at a time. 180s is easily attainable with the 1/5 divider, but with 1/4...

Hey, they're your components. :)

EDIT: Could try this:
wire tick pic

(I put this link in yesterday but it disappeared ??)
 
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