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SHB108 Series
LGA1155 Socket Intel® Xeon® / Intel
Core™i7 / Core™i5 / Core™i3 / Processor
PICMG® 1.3 Full-Size CPU Card
User’s Manual
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Caution
If you replace wrong batteries, it causes the danger of explosion. It is
recommended by the manufacturer that you follow the manufacturer’s
instructions to only replace the same or equivalent type of battery, and
dispose of used ones.
Copyright 2011 Axiomtek Co., Ltd.
All Rights Reserved
November 2011, Version A1
Printed in Taiwan
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ESD Precautions
Computer boards have integrated circuits sensitive to static electricity.
To prevent chipsets from electrostatic discharge damage, please take
care of the following jobs with precautions:
Do not remove boards or integrated circuits from their anti-static
Packaging until you are ready to install them.
Before holding the board or integrated circuit, touch an unpainted
portion of the system unit chassis for a few seconds. It discharges
static electricity from your body.
Wear a wrist-grounding strap, available from most electronic
Component stores, when handling boards and components.
Trademarks Acknowledgments
Axiomtek is a trademark of Axiomtek Co., Ltd.
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Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
AMI are trademarks of American Megatrend Inc.
IBM, PC/AT, PS/2, VGA are trademarks of International Business
Machines Corporation.
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Intel® Core™ Xeon Desktop Processor,
Intel® Core™ i3 LGA1155 Desktop Processor,
Intel® Core™ i5 LGA1155 Desktop Processor,
Intel® Core™ i7 LGA1155 Desktop Processor,
are trademarks of Intel Corporation
Winbond is a trademark of Winbond Electronics Corp.
Other brand names and trademarks are the properties and registered
brands of their respective owners.
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Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION ..................................................................... 1
1.1
Specifications....................................................................... 2
1.2
Utilities Supported................................................................ 4
CHAPTER 2 JUMPERS AND CONNECTORS ............................................ 5
2.1
Board Dimension ................................................................. 5
2.2
Board Layout ....................................................................... 6
2.3
Jumper Settings ................................................................... 7
2.3.1
COM1 Mode Select Jumpers for RS232/422/485 (JP2, JP3,
JP4) ..................................................................................... 7
2.3.2
Audio Ampliier Jumper (JP1) ............................................... 8
2.3.3
Clear ME Jumper (JP6) ....................................................... 8
2.3.4
PS/2 Power Jumper (JP7) ................................................... 8
2.4
Connectors .......................................................................... 9
2.4.1
SMBUS Connector (CN1) .................................................. 10
2.4.2
Floppy Disk Port Connector (CN2) .................................... 11
2.4.3
Internal USB Connectors (CN3,CN4,CN5,CN6) ................ 12
2.4.4
LAN2 LED Connectors (CN7) ............................................ 13
2.4.5
LAN1 LED Connectors (CN8) ............................................ 13
2.4.6
DB15 CRT Connector (CN10) Co-layout with CN11 .......... 14
2.4.7
Display Port Connector (CN11) Co-layout with CN10........ 14
2.4.8
Front Panel Connector (CN12) .......................................... 15
2.4.9
PS/2 Keyboard, Mouse Connectors (CN13, CN14) ........... 16
2.4.10 External USB Port Connectors (CN17, CN18) .................. 16
2.4.11 RS232/422/485 Pin Assignment (COM1) .......................... 17
2.4.12 COM Port RS-232 Pin Assignment (COM2) ...................... 18
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2.4.13 Intel HD Audio Digital Header (AUDIO1) ......................... 18
2.4.14 ATX 8 Pin 12V IN Connector (ATX1) ................................. 19
2.4.15 A CPU fan is always needed for cooling CPU heat (FAN1)19
2.4.16 System & Auxiliary Fan Connectors (FAN2, FAN3) .......... 19
2.4.17 Ethernet RJ-45 Connectors (LAN1, LAN2) ........................ 20
2.4.18 Parallel Port Connector (PRINT1) Print Port Connector .... 21
2.4.19 SATA Connectors (SATA1 ,SATA2 ,SATA3 ,SATA4 ,SATA5 ,
SATA6) .............................................................................. 22
CHAPTER 3 HARDWARE INSTALLATION .............................................. 23
3.1
Installing the Processor ..................................................... 23
3.2
Installing the Memory ......................................................... 32
CHAPTER 4 HARDWARE DESCRIPTION ................................................ 33
4.1
Microprocessors ................................................................ 33
4.2
BIOS .................................................................................. 33
4.3
System Memory ................................................................. 33
IV
4.4
4.5
I/O Port Address Map ........................................................ 34
Interrupt Controller (IRQ) Map ........................................... 35
CHAPTER 5 AMI BIOS UTILITY ................................................................ 37
5.1
Starting .............................................................................. 37
5.2
Navigation Keys ................................................................. 37
5.3
Main Menu ......................................................................... 39
5.4
Advanced Menu ................................................................. 40
5.5
Chipset Menu ..................................................................... 50
5.6
Boot Menu ......................................................................... 54
5.7
Security Menu .................................................................... 56
5.8
Save & Exit Menu .............................................................. 57
APPENDIX A WATCHDOG TIMER ........................................................... 60
Watchdog Timer Setting ....................................................................... 60
APPENDIX B PCI IRQ ROUTING ............................................................. 62
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PICMG PCI IRQ Routing ..................................................................... 62
APPENDIX C CONFIGURING SATA FOR RAID FUNCTION ................... 63
APPENDIX D
D.1
D.2
D.3
D.4
iAMT SETTINGS ................................................................ 76
Entering MEBx ................................................................... 76
Set & Change Password .................................................... 77
Intel® iAMT Settings .......................................................... 79
iAMT Web Console ............................................................ 84
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APPENDIX E PICMG v1.3 INTERFACE DEFINITION ............................ 86
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MEMO:
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CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
The SHB108 PICMG
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1.3 full-size Single Board Computer supports
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®
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LAG1155 socket for Intel Xeon processor, Intel
Core™ i3 Desktop
®
Processor, Intel Core™ i5 Desktop Processor, Core™ i7 Desktop
Processor with 32nm technology and Transfer Rate 1066/1333 MHz.
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The board integrates Intel C206 chipset that delivers outstanding
system performance through high-bandwidth interfaces, multiple I/O
functions for interactive applications and various embedded computing
solutions. There are two 240-pin DDR3 DIMM sockets for dual channel
DDR3 1066/1333, maximum memory capacity up to 16GB. The board
also features dual Gigabit Ethernet, two SATA-6.0Gb/s and four SATA3.0Gb/s and SATA RAID 0/1/5/10 by PCH. Fourteen USB 2.0 high
®
speed compliant ports and built-in Intel HD Audio Digital Header can
achieve the best stability and reliability for industrial applications.
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1.1 Specifications
 CPU

Intel® Core™ i3 Desktop Processor

Intel® Core™ i5 Desktop Processor

Intel® Core™ i7 Desktop Processor

Intel® Xeon® Processor
 System Chipset

Intel® C206
 CPU Socket

LAG1155 Socket
 DRAM Transfer Rate

1066/1333 MHz
 BIOS

AMI BIOS via SPI interface with socket
 System Memory

Two 240-pin DDR3 1066/1333 DIMM sockets

Maximum up to 16GB DDR3 memory(1*8GB per channel)
 L1, L2, L3 Cache: integrated in CPU
 Onboard Multi-I/O
2

Parallel Port: one 26-pin 2.54-pitch box-header, SPP/EPP/ECP
supported

Serial Port: one for RS-232/422/485 with 10-pin, 2.54-pitch boxheader (COM1) and one port for RS-232 with 10-pin, 2.54-pitch
box-header (COM2)

Floppy controller: one 34-pin, 2.54-pitch box-header supports two
drives (1.44MB for each)
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 USB Interface

Ten USB ports compliant with USB Spec. Rev. 2.0 (2 ports on
rear I/O, 8 ports on board, 4 ports to SHB connector-C golden
fingers)
 Onboard Graphic


Intel® Arrandale integrated Graphic processing unit processors
which goes with C206 chipset with,VGA,DisplayPort (co-lay with
VGA)
Memory Size --Intel® DVMT 5.0 supported; preallocated memory
for frame buffer option as OS option:
Windows XP:
* For Total System Memory < 1GB,
Graphics sharing memory = 128 MB Maximum;
* For 1 GB to 1.5 GB Total System Memory,
Graphics sharing memory = 512 MB Maximum;
* For 1.5 GB to 2 GB Total System Memory,
Graphics sharing memory = 768 MB Maximum;
* For 2 GB and Above Total System Memory,
Graphics sharing memory = 1GB Maximum.
Windows Vista:


* Graphics sharing memory max to 0.5* (OS Ram Size – 512)
Resolution -- Analog output -- the analog port utilizes an
integrated 400MHz 24-bit RAMDAC that can directly drive a
standard progressive scan analog monitor up to a resolution of
2048x1536 pixels with 32-bit color at 75 Hz
Analog Output Interface -- CRT from DAC output via 15-pin DSub connector on the edge; CRT always ON supported
 Ethernet

The LAN1/LAN2 are Intel 82579LM with iAMT 7.0 / Intel 82574L
Ethernet controller support 10/100/1000 Mb/s
 Serial ATA

Two Serial ATA-6Gb/s and Four Serial ATA-3Gb/s performance
and SATA RAID 0/1/5/10 by C206
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 Audio

10-pin 2.54 pin-header (Intel® HD Audio Digital Header)
 Hardware Monitoring

Monitoring temperatures, voltages, and cooling fan status
 Watchdog Timer

Reset Supported (1-255 level)
 Dimensions

338mm x 126mm
 Expansion interface:

1 PCI-E x16

1 PCI-E x4(or 4 PCI-E x1)

4 PCI
NOTE: All specifications and images are subject to change without notice.
1.2 Utilities Supported
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
Intel C206 Utility and Drivers

VGA Drivers

Ethernet Utility and Drivers

RAID Utility

iAMT Utility and Drivers

TPM Utility
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CHAPTER 2
JUMPERS AND CONNECTORS
2.1 Board Dimension
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2.2 Board Layout
ATX1
240
33
33
31
31
29
27
29
25
27
23
25
21
23
19
21
17
19
15
17
13
15
11
13
9
11 9
7
7
5
5
3
3
1
1
AW
U
R
1
CN1FAN2FAN3COM2
BK
121
121
JP6
CN6
CN2
LAN1
10
2
10
2
1
1
9
9
A
A
A
A
Y C
G C
Y C
G C
LAN2
AUDIO
JP1
1
1
C
CN3
C
N
CN11
N
4
CN12
5
SATA1SATA3SATA5
COM1 PRINT1
SATA2 SATA4SATA6
A
BU
L
N
BU
AY
AU
AN
AR
AL
AG
AJ
AC
AE
AA
J
U21
CN14
CN18
JP7
CN17
CN13
CN10
W
E
G
C
A
AY
DIMM2
35
35
AK
240
37
37
1
20
57
50
40
30
20
10
1
DIMM1
39
39
Y
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40
40
U23
FAN1
K
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2.3 Jumper Settings
Proper jumper settings configure the SHB108 to meet your
application purpose. We are herewith listing a summary table of all
jumpers and default settings for onboard devices, respectively.
Jumper
Description
Jumper Setting
JP2
COM1 Mode Selection : RS-232
Short 3-5 , 4-6
JP3
COM1 Mode Selection : RS-232
Short 3-5 , 4-6
JP4
COM1 Mode Selection : RS-232
Short 1-2
JP1
Audio Amplifier Selection : Disable
Short 1-3 , 2-4
JP6
Clear ME : Normal
Short 1-2
JP7
PS/2 Power Selection : 5VSBY
Short 2-3
2.3.1 COM1 Mode Select Jumpers for RS232/422/485
(JP2, JP3, JP4)
These jumpers select the COM1 port’s communication mode to
operate RS-232 or RS-422/485
Function
Jumper Setting
JP2
JP3
JP4
RS-232
(Default)
RS-422
RS-485
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2.3.2 Audio Ampliier Jumper (JP1)
Function
Jumper Setting
Disable
(Default)
Enable
2.3.3 Clear ME Jumper (JP6)
You may need to use this jumper to clear the ME if incorrect ME
settings.
Function
Jumper Setting
Normal
(Default)
Clear ME
2.3.4 PS/2 Power Jumper (JP7)
You may need to ues this jumper to into S3 situation in WinXP.
Function
Jumper Setting
5V
5VSBY
(Default)
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2.4 Connectors
Connectors connect this board with other parts of the system. Loose
or improper connection might cause problems. Make sure all
connectors are properly and firmly connected.
Here is a summary table shows you all connectors on the board.
Connector
Label
SMBUS
CN1
Floppy Connecter
CN2
USB Port 6/7
CN3
USB Port 8/9
CN4
USB Port 12/13
CN5
USB Port 10/11
CN6
LAN2 External LED
CN7
LAN1 External LED
CN8
VGA Port
CN10
Display Port (BOM Option)
CN11
Axiomtek Front Panel
CN12
Keyboard
CN13
Mouse
CN14
USB Port 5
CN17
USB Port 4
CN18
COM1 Connector
COM1
COM2 Connector
COM2
Audio Connector
AUDIO1
ATX Connecter
ATX1
CPU FAN
FAN1
SYS FAN
FAN2
AUX FAN
FAN3
RJ45 (WG82579LM)
LAN1
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Connector
RJ45 (WG82574L)
Label
LAN2
Print Connecter
PRINT1
SATA 0 6.0Gb(SATA3)
SATA1
SATA 1 6.0Gb(SATA3)
SATA2
SATA Port 2
SATA3
SATA Port 5
SATA4
SATA Port 3
SATA5
SATA Port 4
SATA6
2.4.1 SMBUS Connector (CN1)
Connector SMBUS CN1 is for SMBUS interface support.
Pin
10
Signal
1
CLOCK
2
N.C
3
GND
4
DATA
5
+5V
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2.4.2 Floppy Disk Port Connector (CN2)
The board provides a 34-pin header type connector, CN2, supporting
up to two floppy drives. The floppy drives may be any one of the
following types: 5.25" 360KB/1.2MB and 3.5" 720KB/1.44MB/2.88MB.
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
GND
2
Drive Density Select
3 GND
4
No connector
5
GND
6 No connector
7
GND
8
Index#
9 GND
10 Motor enable A#
11 GND
12 No connector
13 GND
14 Drive select A#
15 GND
16 No connector
17 GND
18 Direction#
19 GND
20 STEP#
21 GND
22 Write data#
23 GND
24 Write gate#
25 GND
26 Track 0 #
27 GND
28 Write protect#
29 No connector
30 Read data#
31 GND
32 Head selection#
33 No connector
34 Disk change#
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2.4.3 Internal USB Connectors (CN3,CN4,CN5,CN6)
The 10-pin standard Universal Serial Bus (USB) connectors,
CN3/4/5/6, on this board are for installing versatile USB interface
peripherals.
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
USB_PWR
2
USB_PWR
3
USB6-
4
USB7-
5
USB6+
6
USB7+
7
GND
8
GND
CN3
10 GND
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
USB_PWR
2
USB_PWR
3
USB8-
4
USB9-
5
USB8+
6
USB9+
7
GND
8
GND
CN4
10 GND
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
USB_PWR
2
USB_PWR
3
USB12-
4
USB13-
5
USB12+
6
USB13+
7
GND
8
GND
CN5
10 GND
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Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
USB_PWR
2
USB_PWR
3
USB10-
4
USB11-
5
USB10+
6
USB11+
7
GND
8
GND
CN6
10 GND
2.4.4 LAN2 LED Connectors (CN7)
Pin
Signal
1
+ 3.3V
2
LINK_ACT LED(-)
3
100, Low Active
4
+3.3V
5
1000, Low Active
2.4.5 LAN1 LED Connectors (CN8)
Pin
Signal
1
+ 3.3V
2
LINK_ACT LED(-)
3
4
5
100, Low Active
+3.3V
1000, Low Active
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2.4.6 DB15 CRT Connector (CN10) Co-layout with
CN11
CN10 is a DB15 connector commonly used for the CRT Monitor.
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
Red
2
Green
3
Blue
4
N.C
5
GND
6
DETECT
7
GND
8
GND
9
VCC
10
GND
11
N.C
12
DDC DATA
13
Horizontal Sync
14
Vertical Sync
15
DDC CLK
5
1
10
15
6
11
2.4.7 Display Port Connector (CN11) Co-layout with
CN10
CN11 is a Standard Display Port Connector co-layout with CN10.
Pin
14
Signal
1
DPB_LANE0
2
GND
3
DPB_LANE0#
4
DPB_LANE1
5
GND
6
DPB_LANE1#
7
DPB_LANE2
8
GND
9
DPB_LANE2#
10
DPB_LANE3
11
GND
CN24
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Pin
Signal
12
DPB_LANE3#
13
Detect Pin
14
GND
15
DPB_AUX
16
GND
17
DPB_AUX#
18
DPB_HPDE
19
GND
20
+3.3V
2.4.8 Front Panel Connector (CN12)
 Power LED
This 3-pin connector denoted as Pin 1 and Pin 5 connects the
system power LED indicator to such a switch on the case. Pin 1 is
assigned as +, and Pin 5 as -. The Power LED lights up when the
system is powered ON. Pin 3 is defined as GND.
 External Speaker and Internal Buzzer Connector
Pin 2, 4, 6 and 8 can be connected to the case-mounted speaker
unit or internal buzzer. While connecting the CPU card to an
internal buzzer, please short pins 2-4; while connecting to an
external speaker, you need to set pins 2-4 to Open and connect
the speaker cable to pin 8 (+) and pin 2 (-).
 ATX Power On/Off Button
This 2-pin connector denoted as Pin 9 and 10 connects the front
panel’s ATX power button to the CPU card, which allows users to
control ATX power supply to be power on/off.
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 System Reset Switch
Pin 11 and 12 can be connected to the case-mounted reset
switch that reboots your computer instead of turning OFF the
power switch. It is a better way to reboot your system for a longer
life of the system’s power supply.
 HDD Activity LED
This connection is linked to hard drive activity LED on the control
panel. LED flashes when HDD is being accessed. Pin 13 and 14
connect the hard disk drive to the front panel HDD LED, Pin 13
assigned as -, and Pin 14 as +.
2.4.9 PS/2 Keyboard, Mouse Connectors (CN13,
CN14)
The board provides theMouse (CN14)/ Keyboard (CN13) interface
with a 5-pin connecter.
Pin
Signal
1
Clock
2
DATA
3
No connector
4
GND
5
+5V / 5VSBY
2.4.10 External USB Port Connectors (CN17, CN18)
The 4-pin standard Universal Serial Bus (USB) port connector on the
board is for the installation of peripherals supporting the USB
interface.
Pin
16
Signal
1
USB_POWER
2
USB -
3
USB +
4
GND
1
2
3
4
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2.4.11 RS232/422/485 Pin Assignment (COM1)
The serial interface for the board consists of COM1 support for RS232 and COM1 for RS-232/RS-422/RS-485.
Pin
Signal Name
RS-232
RS-422
RS-485
1
Data Carrier Detect (DCD)
TX-
DATA-
2
Data Set Ready (DSR)
No connector
No connector
3
Receive Data (RXD)
TX+
DATA+
4
Request to Send (RTS)
No connector
No connector
5
Transmit Data (TXD)
RX+
No connector
6
Clear to Send (CTS)
No connector
No connector
7
Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
RX-
No connector
8
Ring Indicator (RI)
No connector
No connector
9
Ground (GND)
GND
GND
10
Disconnect(NI)
NI
NI
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2.4.12 COM Port RS-232 Pin Assignment (COM2)
COM2 Serial Port 10-pin (Box-header) Connector Pin Assignment list
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
Data Carrier Detect (DCD)
2
Data Set Ready (DSR)
3
Receive Data (RXD)
4
Request to Send (RTS)
5
Transmit Data (TXD)
6
Clear to Send (CTS)
7
Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
8
Ring Indicator (RI)
9
Ground (GND)
10 Disconnect(NI)
2.4.13 Intel® HD Audio Digital Header (AUDIO1)
Pin
18
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
MIC IN
2
GND
3
LINE_IN_L
4
GND
5
LINE_IN_R
6
GND
7
LINE_OUT_L
8
GND
9
LINE_OUT_R
10
GND
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2.4.14 ATX 8 Pin 12V IN Connector (ATX1)
You can connect it to the ATX12V power supply for CPU Core
Voltage.
Pin
Signal
1
GND
2
GND
3
GND
4
GND
5
+12V
6
+12V
7
+12V
8
+12V
2.4.15 A CPU fan is always needed for cooling CPU
heat (FAN1)
The CPU fan connector FAN1 provides power to the CPU fan.
Pin
Signal
1
Ground
2
+12V
3
Rotation Detection
4
Speed Control
2.4.16 System & Auxiliary Fan Connectors (FAN2,
FAN3)
You can connect the system cooling fan cable to FAN2/FAN3 for
system cooling fan power.
Pin
Signal
1
GND
2
+12V
3
Rotation Detection
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2.4.17 Ethernet RJ-45 Connectors (LAN1, LAN2)
The RJ-45 connectors LAN1 and LAN2 are for Ethernet. To connect
the board to 100-Base-T or 1000-Base-T hub, just plug one end of
the cable into LAN1 and connect the other end (phone jack) to a 100Base-T hub or 1000-Base-T hub.
Pin
20
Signal
1
Tx+ (Data transmission positive)
2
Tx- (Data transmission negative)
3
Rx+(Data reception positive)
4
RJ-1(For 1000 base T-Only)
5
RJ-1(For 1000 base T-Only)
6
Rx- (Data reception negative)
7
RJ-1(For 1000 base T-Only)
8
RJ-1(For 1000 base T-Only)
A
Active LED
B
Speed LED
A
B
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2.4.18 Parallel Port Connector (PRINT1) Print Port
Connector
This board has a multi-mode parallel port to support:
 Standard Mode:
IBM PC/XT, PC/AT and PS/2 are compatible with bi-directional
parallel port.
 Enhanced Mode:
Enhance parallel port (EPP) is compatible with EPP 1.7 and EPP
1.9 (IEEE 1284 compliant).
 High Speed Mode:
Microsoft and Hewlett Packard extended capabilities port (ECP) is
IEEE 1284 compliant.
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
Strobe#
2
Auto Form Feed#
3
Data 0
4
Error#
5
Data 1
6
Initialize#
7
Data 2
8
Printer Select In#
9
Data 3
10
GND
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Data 4
12
GND
13
Data 5
14
GND
15
Data 6
16
GND
17
Data 7
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GND
19
Acknowledge#
20
GND
21
Busy
22
GND
23
Paper Empty#
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GND
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Printer Select
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2.4.19 SATA Connectors
(SATA1 ,SATA2 ,SATA3 ,SATA4 ,SATA5 ,
SATA6)
These SATA connectors are for high-speed SATA interface ports
and they can be connected to hard disk devices.
Pin
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1
GND
2
SATA_TX+
3
SATA_TX-
4
GND
5
SATA_RX-
6
SATA_RX+
7
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CHAPTER 3
HARDWARE INSTALLATION
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Before installing the processor, please access Intel website for more
detail information
Processor Integration Video (LGA1155):
http://www.intel.com/support/tw/processors/sb/CS-030860.htm .
3.1 Installing the Processor
The LGA1155 processor socket comes with a cover to protect the
processor. Please install the processor into the CPU socket step by
step as below:
Step1 Opening the Socket:

Disengage load lever by releasing down and out on the hook.
This will clear retention tab.

Rotate load lever to open position at approximately 135°.

Rotate load plate to open position at approximately 150°.
NOTE: Apply pressure to corner with right-hand thumb when opening or
closing load lever - otherwise lever will bounce back (as a mouse
trap) causing bent contacts.
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Step2 Removing the socket protective cover:

Place thumb against the front edge of the protective cover and
rest index finger on the rear grip to maintain control of the cover.

Lift the front edge of the protective cover to disengage from the
socket. Keep control of the cover by holding the rear grip with
index finger.

Lift protective cover away from the socket, being careful not to
touch the electrical contacts.
NOTE: Vertical removal is NOT recommended, as it requires higher force
and can lead to socket contact damage.
Caution: Never Touch Fragile Socket Contacts to Avoid Damage and
Do Not Touch Processor Sensitive Contacts at Any Time During
Installation.
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Step3 Processor installation:

Lift processor package from shipping media by grasping the
substrate edges. Scan the processor package gold pads for any
presence of foreign material. If necessary, the gold pads can be
wiped clean with a soft lint-free cloth and isopropyl alcohol.

Scan the processor package gold pads for any presence of
foreign material. If necessary, the gold pads can be wiped clean
with a soft lint-free cloth and isopropyl alcohol.

Locate connection 1 indicator on the processor which aligns with
connection 1 indicator chamfer on the socket, and notice
processor keying features that line up with posts along socket
walls.
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
Grasp the processor with thumb and index finger along the top
and bottom edges. (Do not touch the Orientation Notches.) The
socket will have cutouts for your fingers to fit into (see image
below).

Carefully place the processor into the socket body vertically (see
image below).
NOTE: Tilting or roughly shifting it into place can damage socket contacts.
Caution: Do not use a vacuum pen for installation.
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
Verify that package is within the socket body and properly
connected to orientation keys.

Close the socket (see image below):
A. Gently lower the load plate.
B. Make sure load plate's front edge slides under the shoulder
screw cap as the lever is lowered.
C. Latch the lever under the top plate's corner tab, being
cautious not to damage the motherboard with the tip of the
lever.
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
Close the socket (see image below):
A Gently lower the load plate.
B Make sure load plate's front edge slides under the shoulder
screw cap as the lever is lowered.
C Catch the lever under the top plate's corner tab being
cautious not to damage the motherboard with the tip of the
lever.
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Step4 Fan heatsink handling:
1. Orientate the CPU cooling fan to fixing holes on the board.
2. Screw the CPU cooling fan onto the board.
3. Make sure the CPU fan is plugged to the CPU fan connector.
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Step5 Removing the processor:

Open the socket:
A. Disengage the load lever.
B. Open the load plate.

Remove the Processor package, holding along the top and
bottom edges, or by using a vacuum pen.

Maintain Processor horizontal and remove Processor with a
vertical motion to avoid damaging the socket contacts.

Place the processor in a specially designed tray or ESD retainer
for storage. Do not place directly on table resting on gold lands.

Assemble LGA1155 socket protective cover:
A Hold protective cover at 45 degree angle to the LGA1155
Socket
B Carefully lower protective cover on hinge side first, to contact
with the outside wall of the LGA1155 Socket:
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i. Engage protective cover retention features to outside of
LGA1155 Socket, AND align 2 cover corners to socket
corners (This step is critical to avoid Bent Contact Damage!)
ii. Lower protective cover to attach to the LGA1155 Socket on
Shoulder screw side

Perform Visual and Tactile verification that protective cover is
properly seated in the LGA1155 Socket:
*Hold cover and move gently "side to side" to feel the play within the
cover and the LGA1155 Socket.

Close the socket load plate and engage the load lever (see
image below).
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3.2 Installing the Memory
The board supports four 240-pin DDR3 DIMM memory sockets with
maximum memory capacity up to 16GB.
Please follow steps below to install the memory modules:

Push down latches on each side of the DIMM socket.

Align the memory module with the socket that notches of
memory module must match the socket keys for a correct
installation.

Install the memory module into the socket and push it firmly down
until it is fully seated. The socket latches are levered upwards
and clipped on to the edges of the DIMM.

Install any remaining DIMM modules.
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CHAPTER 4
HARDWARE DESCRIPTION
4.1 Microprocessors
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The SHB108 Series supports Intel Xeon / Intel Core i7 / Core i5 /
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Core i3 / processors, which make your system operated under
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Windows XP and Linux environments. The system performance
depends on the microprocessor. Make sure all correct settings are
arranged for your installed microprocessor to prevent the CPU from
damages.
4.2 BIOS
The SHB108 Series uses AMI Plug and Play BIOS with a single 32Mbit
SPI Flash.
4.3 System Memory
The SHB108 Series supports two 240-pin DDR3 DIMM sockets for a
maximum memory of 16GB DDR3 SDRAMs. The memory module can
come in sizes of 2GB and 4GB or 1*8GB per channel.
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4.4 I/O Port Address Map
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The Intel Core i7 / Core i5 / Core i3 processors can communicate
via I/O ports. There are total 1KB port addresses available for
assignment to other devices via I/O expansion cards
Address
000-01F
020-02D, 024-025
028-029, 02C-02D
02E-02F
030-031, 034-035
038-039, 03C-03D
040-043, 050-053
060
061
062-066
070-077
080-091
092
093-09F
0A0-0BF
0C0-0DF
0F0
0F8-0FF
170-177
1F0-1F7
376
378-37F
380-38F
3A0-3AF
3B0-3BF
3C0-3CF
3D0-3DF
3F6
3F8-3FF
2F8-2FF
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Devices
DMA controller #1
Interrupt controller #1
Forwarded to LPC(LPC Super I/O )
Interrupt controller #2
Timer/Counter (8254)
Forwarded to LPC (Microcontroller)
NMI
Forwarded to LPC (Microcontroller)
Real time clock, NMI
DMA page register
Processor I/F(Reset Generator)
DMA page register
Interrupt controller #2
DMA controller #2
Processor I/F
Math processor
Forward to SATA (SATA Controller)
Forward to SATA (SATA Controller)
Forward to SATA(SATA Controller)
Parallel Port (LPT)
SDLC #2
SDLC #1
MDA video card
EGA card
CGA card
Forward to SATA(SATA Controller)
Serial port #1 (COM1)
Serial port #2 (COM2)
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4.5 Interrupt Controller (IRQ) Map
The SHB108 Series is a 100% PC compatible control board. It consists
of 16 interrupt request lines, and four out of them can be programmable.
The mapping list of the 16 interrupt request lines is shown as the
following table.
IRQ
Parity check error
IRQ0
System Timer Output
IRQ1
Keyboard
IRQ2
Interrupt rerouting from IRQ8 through IRQ15
IRQ3
Serial port #2
IRQ4
Serial port #1
IRQ5
PCI Device Share
IRQ6
Floppy Disk Controller
IRQ7
Parallel port
IRQ8
Real time clock
IRQ9
ACPI Controller
IRQ10
PCI Device Share
IRQ11
PCI Device Share
IRQ12
PS/2 Mouse
IRQ13
Math coprocessor
IRQ14
SATA Primary (Legacy Mode)
IRQ15
SATA Secondary (Legacy Mode)
3C0-3CF
EGA card
3D0-3DF
CGA card
3F6
Forward to SATA(SATA Controller)
3F8-3FF
Serial port #1 (COM1)
2F8-2FF
Serial port #2 (COM2)
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CHAPTER 5
AMI BIOS UTILITY
This chapter provides users with detailed description how to set up
basic system configuration through the AMIBIOS8 BIOS setup utility.
5.1 Starting
To enter the setup screens, follow the steps below:

Turn on the computer and press the <F2> key immediately.

After you press the <F2> key, the main BIOS setup menu
displays. You can access the other setup screens from the main
BIOS setup menu, such as the Chipset and Power menus.
5.2 Navigation Keys
The BIOS setup/utility uses a key-based navigation system called hot
keys. Most of the BIOS setup utility hot keys can be used at any time
during the setup navigation process.
These keys include <F1>, <F2>, <Enter>, <ESC>, <Arrow> keys, and
so on.
NOTE: Some of navigation keys differ from one screen to another.
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
Left/Right

Up/Down
The Left <Arrow> keys allow you to select a setup
screen.
The Up and Down <Arrow> keys allow you to select a
setup screen or sub-screen.
+
Plus/Minus
The Plus and Minus <Arrow> keys allow you to
change the field value of a particular setup item.
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The <Tab> key allows you to select setup fields.
F1
The <F1> key allows you to display the General Help
screen.
F2
The <F2> key allows you to Load Previous Values.
F3
The <F3> key allows you to Load Optimized Defaults.
F4
The <F4> key allows you to save any changes you
have made and exit Setup. Press the <F4> key to
save your changes.
Esc
The <Esc> key allows you to discard any changes you
have made and exit the Setup. Press the
<Esc> key to exit the setup without saving your
changes.
Enter
The <Enter> key allows you to display or change the
setup option listed for a particular setup item. The
<Enter> key can also allow you to display the setup
sub- screens.
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5.3 Main Menu
When you first enter the Setup Utility, you will enter the Main setup
screen. You can always return to the Main setup screen by selecting
the Main tab. There are two Main Setup options. They are described in
this section. The Main BIOS Setup screen is shown below.
 System Date/Time
Use this option to change the system date and time. Highlight
System Date or System Time using the <Arrow> keys. Enter new
values through the keyboard. Press the <Tab> key or the <Enter>
keys to move between fields. The date must be entered in
MM/DD/YY format. The time is entered in HH:MM:SS format.
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5.4 Advanced Menu
 Launch PXE OpROM
Use this item to enable or disable the Boot ROM function of the
onboard LAN chip when the system boots up.
 Launch Storage OpROM
This item can set enable or disable the storage device option ROM
with CF device.
The Advanced menu also allows users to set configuration of the CPU
and other system devices. You can select any of the items in the left
frame of the screen to go to the sub menus:
 ACPI Settings
 Trusted Computing
 CPU Configuration
 SATA Configuration
 Intel IGD SWSCI OpRegion
 USB Configuration
 Super IO Configuration
 H/W Monitor
 AMT Configuration
For items marked with “”, please press <Enter> for more options.
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 ACPI Settings
You can use this screen to select options for the ACPI Configuration,
and change the value of the selected option. A description of the
selected item appears on the right side of the screen.

ACPI Sleep State
Allow you to select the Advanced Configuration and Power
Interface (ACPI) state to be used for system suspend. Here are
the options for your selection, S1 (CPU Stop Clock), S3
(Suspend to RAM) and Suspend Disable
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 Trusted Computing
You can use this screen to select options for the Trusted Computing,
and change the value of the selected option. A description of the
selected item appears on the right side of the screen.

TPM SUPPORT
Use this item to control the Trusted Platform Module (TPM)
function.
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 CPU Configuration
This screen shows the CPU Configuration, and you can change the
value of the selected option.

Hyper-threading
Use Hyper-threading function to enable or disable the CPU
Hyper-threading.

Active Processor Cores
This feature controls the number of cores to enable in each
processor package.

Intel Virtualization Technology
Allows a hardware platform to run multiple operating systems
separately and simultaneously, enabling one system to virtually
function as several systems.
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 SATA Configuration
You can use this screen to select options for the SATA
Configuration, and change the value of the selected option. A
description of the selected item appears on the right side of the
screen.

SATA Mode
Use this item to choose the SATA operation mode. Here are the
options for your selection, IDE Mode, AHCI Mode and RAID
Mode.

Serial-ATA Controller 0
Use this item to control the onboard SATA controller. Here are
the options for your selection, Compatible, Enhanced and
Disable.

Serial-ATA Controller 1
Use this item to control the onboard SATA controller. Here are
the options for your selection, Enhanced and Disabled.
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 Intel IGD SWSCI OpRegion
The Intel IGD SWSCI OpRegion allows users to change the
integrated graphic device settings.

DVMT/FIXED Memory
Allow you to allocate a fixed amount of system memory as
graphics memory. Here are the options for your selection, 128MB,
256MB and Maximum DVMT.
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 USB Configuration
You can use this screen to select options for the USB Configuration,
and change the value of the selected option. A description of the
selected item appears on the right side of the screen.

Legacy USB Support
Use the legacy usb support bios option to enable USB mouse
and USB keyboard support. Normolly if this option is not enable,
any attach usb mouse or USB keyboard does not become
available until a USB compatible operation system is full booted
with all USB drivers loaded.When this option is enable, any
attach USB mouse or USB keyboard can control the system even
when there is no USB driver loaded onto the system.

EHCI Hand-off
This is a workaround for OSes without EHCI hand-off support.
The EHCI ownership change should be claimed by EHCI driver.
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 Super IO Configuration
You can use this screen to select options for the Super IO
Configuration, and change the value of the selected option. A
description of the selected item appears on the right side of the
screen. For items marked with “”, please press <Enter> for more
options.

Floppy Disk Controller Configuration
You can use this screen to select options for the Floppy
Configuration, and change the value of the selected option.

Serial Port 1 Configuration
This option specifies the base I/O port address and Interrupt
Request address of serial port 1. The Optimal setting is
2F8/IRQ3.

Serial Port 2 Configuration
This option specifies the base I/O port address and Interrupt
Request address of serial port 1. The Optimal setting is
3F8/IRQ4.
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
Parallel Port Configuration
This item allows you to determine the Parallel Port Mode and I/O
address for onboard parallel port.
 H/W Monitor
This screen shows the Hardware Health Configuration, and a
description of the selected item appears on the right side of the
screen

Smart Fan Function
This item can enable or disable the Smart Fan function.

Smart Fan Mode Configuration
This item can adjust the CPU/System/Auxiliary Fan speed
automatically in accordance with the current CPU/System
temperature that can prevent the system overheating.
The Auxiliary Fan also in accordance with current CPU
temperature.
There are these options Manual Mode and Thermal Cruise Mode.
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 AMT Configuration
You can use this screen to select options for the Intel AMT
Configuration, and change the value of the selected option. A
description of the selected item appears on the right side of the
screen.

AMT
You can enable this item to support AMT (active management
technology) function to follow up the procedure for the access to
AMI program screen.

Unconfigure AMT/ME
Use this item to unconfigure the AMT/ME settings.
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5.5 Chipset Menu
The Chipset menu allows users to change the advanced chipset
settings. You can select any of the items in the left frame of the screen
to go to the sub menus:
 North Bridge
 South Bridge
 ME Subsystem
For items marked with “”, please press <Enter> for more options.
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 North Bridge
Use the north bridge chipset menu to configure the northbridge
chipset.

Initate Graphic Adapter
Use the initate graphic adapter option to select graphic controller
used as the primary boot device.
This item can enable or disable the Smart Fan function.

IGD Memory
Use the IGD memory option to specify the amout of system
memory that can be used by the internal graphic device.

PEG Force Gen2
Use the PEG Force Gen2 option to enable or disable PCI
Express Graphic device.
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 South Bridge
Use the Southbridge chipset menu to configure the Southbridge
chipset.

GbE Controller
Use the GbE Controller option to enable or disable GbE
Controller.Before disabling the GbE controller, the AMT function
must be disabled. The default is “Enabled”.

Azalia HD Audio
Use the Azalia HD Audio option to enable or disable higt
definition audio controller.

Azalia Internal HDMI Codec
Use the Azalia Internal HDMI Codec option to enable or disable
internal HDMI codec for higt definition audio.

USB Configuration
You can use the option to enable or disable all the USB
Configuration.
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 ME Subsystem
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Use the ME Subsystem menu to configure the Intel Management
Engine(ME) configuration options.
It is strongly recommended that you do not modify these options
unless you are an advanced user.
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MEBx Mode
Use the MEBx Mode option to configure the MEBx Mode options.
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5.6 Boot Menu
The Boot menu allows users to change boot options of the system. You
can select any of the items in the left frame of the screen to go to the
sub menus:
 Setup Prompt Timeout
 Bootup NumLock State
 Quet Boot
 CSM16 Module Verison
 GateA20 Active
 Boot Option Priorities

Bootup NumLock State
Use the bootup numlock state option to secify if the number lock
setting must be modified during boot up.
Use this item to enable or disable the Quite Boot state. The
default setting is disabling.
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Quite Boot
Use this item to enable or disable the Quite Boot state. The
default setting is disabling.

Gate 20 Active
Upon request –Gate 20 can be disable using bios
sevice.ALWAYS do not allow disabling GA20,this option is useful
when any RT code is executed above 1MB.Choice :upon request,
ALWAYS.

Bootup NumLock State
Use this item to select the power-on state for the NumLock. The
default setting is on.
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5.7 Security Menu
The Security menu allows users to change the security settings for the
system.

Administrator Password
This item indicates whether an administrator password has been
set. If the password has been installed, Installed displays. If not,
Not Installed displays.

User Password
This item indicates whether a user password has been set. If the
password has been installed, Installed displays. If not, Not
Installed displays.
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5.8 Save & Exit Menu
The Save & Exit menu allows users to load your system configuration
with optimal or failsafe default values.

Save Changes and Exit
When you have completed the system configuration changes,
select this option to leave Setup and return to Main Menu. Select
Save Changes and Exit from the Save & Exit menu and press
<Enter>. Select Yes to save changes and exit.

Discard Changes and Exit
Select this option to quit Setup without making any permanent
changes to the system configuration and return to Main Menu.
Select Discard Changes and Exit from the Save & Exit menu and
press <Enter>. Select Yes to discard changes and exit.

Save Changes and Reset
When you have completed the system configuration changes,
select this option to leave Setup and reboot the computer so the
new system configuration parameters can take effect. Select
Save Changes and Reset from the Save & Exit menu and press
<Enter>. Select Yes to save changes and reset.
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Discard Changes and Reset
Select this option to quit Setup without making any permanent
changes to the system configuration and reboot the computer.
Select Discard Changes and Reset from the Save & Exit menu
and press <Enter>. Select Yes to discard changes and reset.

Save Changes
When you have completed the system configuration changes,
select this option to save changes. Select Save Changes from
the Save & Exit menu and press <Enter>. Select Yes to save
changes.

Discard Changes
Select this option to quit Setup without making any permanent
changes to the system configuration. Select Discard Changes
from the Save & Exit menu and press <Enter>. Select Yes to
discard changes.

Restore Defaults
It automatically sets all Setup options to a complete set of default
settings when you select this option. The Optimal settings are
designed for maximum system performance, but may not work
best for all computer applications. In particular, do not use the
Optimal Setup options if your computer is experiencing system
configuration problems. Select Restore Defaults from the save &
Exit menu and press <Enter>.

Restore User Defaults
Use the restore user default option to restore the user defaults to
all the setup option.

Save as User Defaults
Use the save as user default option to save the changes done so
far as users default.
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APPENDIX A
WATCHDOG TIMER
Watchdog Timer Setting
After the system stops working for a while, it can be auto-reset by the
Watchdog Timer. The integrated Watchdog Timer can be set up in the
system reset mode by program.
Using the Watchdog Function
Start

Un-Lock WDT
:O 2E 87 ; Un-lock super I/O
O 2E 87 ; Un-lock super I/O

Set WDT Function
O 2E 2D
O 2F 20
Select Logic device
O 2E 07
O 2F 08
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Activate WDT
:O 2E 30
O 2F 01
Set Second or Minute
O 2E F5
O 2F N
N=00 or 08(See below table)
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Set base timer
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:O 2E F6
O 2F M=00, 01, 02
FF(Hex) ,Value=0 to 255
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WDT counting
re-set timer
:O 2E F6
O 2F M ; M=00,01,02,…FF(See below table)

IF No re-set timer
: WDT time-out, generate RESET
IF to disable WDT
: O 2E 30
O 2F 00; Can be disable at any time
N=00
M= 00h: Time-out Disable
01h: Time-out occurs after 1 second
02h: Time-out occurs after 2 second
03h: Time-out occurs after 3 second
……………………….......................................
FFh: Time-out occurs after 255 second
N=08
M= 00h: Time-out Disable
01h: Time-out occurs after 1 minute
02h: Time-out occurs after 2 minutes
03h: Time-out occurs after 3 minutes
FFh: Time-out occurs after 255 minutes
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PCI IRQ ROUTING
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Slot
Int
PCI Slot 0
31
0
BCDA
PCI Slot 1
30
1
CDAB
PCI Slot 2
29
2
DABC
PCI Slot 3
28
3
ABCD
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APPENDIX C
CONFIGURING SATA
FOR RAID FUNCTION
Configuring SATA Hard Drive(s) for RAID Function
(Controller: Intel® C206)
Please follow up the steps below to configure SATA hard drive(s):
(1)
Install SATA hard drive(s) in your system.
(2)
Enter the BIOS Setup to configure SATA controller mode and boot
sequence.
(3)
Configure RAID by the RAID BIOS.
(4)
Create a floppy disk for the SATA controller driver.
(5)
Install the SATA controller driver during the OS installation.
Before you begin the SATA configuration, please prepare:
(a) Two SATA hard drives (to ensure optimal performance, it is
recommended that you use two hard drives with identical model
and capacity). If you do not want to create RAID with the SATA
controller, you may prepare only one hard drive.
(b) An empty formatted floppy disk
(c) Windows XP setup disk
1.
Installing SATA hard drive(s) in your system
Connect one end of the SATA signal cable to the rear of the SATA
hard drive, and the other end to available SATA port(s) on the
board. Then, connect the power connector of power supply to the
hard drive.
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2.
Configuring SATA controller mode and boot sequence by the
BIOS Setup
You have to make sure whether the SATA controller is configured
correctly by system BIOS Setup and set up BIOS boot sequence for the
SATA hard drive(s)
(2)-1-1 Turn on your system, and then press the Del button to enter
BIOS Setup during running POST (Power-On Self Test). If
you want to create RAID, just go to the Advanced Settings
menu/IDE configuration, select the Configure SATA#1 as,
and press <Enter> for more options.
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A list of options appears, please select RAID.
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(2)-2 Set CDROM for First Boot Device under the Boot Settings
menu to boot CD-ROM after system restarts.
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(2)-3 Save and exit the BIOS Setup.
(3) Configuring RAID by the RAID BIOS
Enter the RAID BIOS setup utility to configure a RAID array. Skip
this step and proceed to Section 4 if you do not want to create a
RAID.
(3)-1 After the POST memory testing and before the operating
system booting, a message "Press <Ctrl-I> to enter
Configuration Utility" shows up, accordingly, press <CTRL+ I>
to enter the RAID BIOS setup utility.
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(3)-2 After you press <CTRL+ I>, the Create RAID Volume screen
will appear. If you want to create a RAID array, select the
Create RAID Volume option in the Main Menu and press
ENTER.
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(3)-3-1 After entering the CREATE VOLUME MENU screen, you
can type the disk array name with 1~16 letters (letters
cannot be special characters) in the item “Name”.
(3)-3-2 When finished, press ENTER to select a RAID level. There
are three RAID levels, RAID0, RAID1 and RAID5 &
RAID10. Select a RAID level and press ENTER.
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(3)-4 Set the stripe block size. The KB is the standard unit of stripe
block size. The stripe block size can be 4KB to 128KB. After
the setting, press ENTER for the array capacity.
(3)-5 After setting all the items on the menu, select Create Volume
and press ENTER to start creating the RAID array.
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(3)-6 When prompting the confirmation, press “Y“ to create this
volume, or “N“ to cancel the creation.
After the creation is completed, you can see detailed information about
the RAID Array in the DISK/VOLUME INFORMATION section, including
RAID mode, disk block size, disk name, and disk capacity, etc.
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 Delete RAID Volume
If you want to delete a RAID volume, select the Delete RAID Volume
option in Main Menu. Press ENTER and follow on-screen
instructions.
Please press [ESC] to exit the RAID BIOS utility.
Now, you can proceed to install a SATA driver controller and the
operating system.
(4) Making a SATA Driver Disk
To install the operating system onto a serial ATA hard disk successfully,
you need to install the SATA controller driver during the OS installation.
Without the driver, the hard disk may not be recognized during the
Windows setup process. First of all, please format a blank floppy disk.
Secondly, follow up these steps below to produce a SATA driver disk.
Users can insert the Driver CD and the formatted blank floppy disk in
another system. And then, please copy all of file of the f6flpy32 folder in
the Driver CD to a floppy disk.
NOTE: Please copy all of file of the f6flpy64 folder, if installing 64-bit
Windows Operating System.
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(5) Installing the SATA controller driver during the OS
installation
Now, the SATA driver disk is ready, and BIOS settings configured, you
can proceed to install Windows 2000/XP onto your SATA hard drive
using the SATA driver. Here is an example for Windows XP installation.
(5)-1 Restart your system to boot the Windows 2000/XP Setup
disk, and press F6 button as soon as you see the message
"Press F6 if you need to install a 3rd party SCSI or RAID
driver". After pressing the F6 button, there will be a few
moments for some files being loaded before next screen
appears.
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(5)-2 When you see the screen below, insert the floppy disk
containing the SATA driver and press “S”.
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(5)-3 If the Setup correctly recognizes the driver of the floppy disk,
a controller menu will appear below. Use the ARROW keys
to select Intel®
ICH8R/ICH9R/ICH10R/DO/PCH SATA RAID Controller and
press ENTER. Then it will begin to load the SATA driver
from the floppy disk.
Note: If a message on the screen saying that one or some file(s) cannot
be found, please check the floppy disk or copy the correct SATA
driver again from the driver CD.
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APPENDIX D
iAMT SETTINGS
®
®
The Intel Active Management Technology (Intel iAMT) has
decreased a major barrier to IT efficiency that uses built-in platform
capabilities and popular third-party management and security
applications to allow IT a better discovering, healing, and protection
their networked computing assets.
In order to utilize Intel iAMT you must enter the ME BIOS (CTRL + P
during system startup), change the ME BIOS password, and then
®
select “Intel iAMT” as the manageability feature.
D.1 Entering MEBx
1. You must go to BIOS TO start iAMT function.
2. Exit from BIOS after starting iAMT, and press Ctrl+P to enter MEBx
Setting.
It is better to press Ctrl+P before the screen popping out.
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D.2 Set & Change Password
You will be asked to set a password when first log in. The default
password is ‘admin’.
Change Password
1.
You will be asked to change the password before setting ME
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2.
You must confirm your new password while revising. (as Remark
1)
The new password must contain:
(example: !!11qqQQ) (default value)Eight characters
 One upper case
 One lower case
 One number
 One special symbol, such as ! 、 $ or ; ,

(、 " , excepted)
Underline ( _ ) and space are valid characters for password, but they
won’t make higher complexity.
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D.3 Intel® iAMT Settings
®
Select Intel iAMT Configuration and press <ENTER>.
®
1. Key in the Host Name. If Intel iAMT set to ‘DHCP‘, the Host
name must be identical to the operating system mechanic.
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2. Select TCP/IP to get into Network interface, and set it to
‘ENABLED’; into DHCP Mode, and set it to ‘DISABLED’ (as
Remark 2) ; into Domain name, and set the Intel Management
Engine domain name, such as ‘AMT.intel.com’.
(3-1)
(3-2)
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you can make th Remark 2
DHCP Mode ‘DISABLED‘: if DHCP
Mode is disabled, e following settings:
 IP address
 Subnet mask
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 Default Gateway address
 Preferred DNS address
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 Alternate DNS address
 Domain name
4
Exit from MEBx after completing the iAMT settings.
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D.4 iAMT Web Console
1.
From a web browser, please type http://(IP ADDRESS):16992,
which connects to iAMT Web.
Example: http://10.1.40.214:16992
2.
To log on, you will be required to type in username and
password for access to the Web. USER: admin (default value)
PASS: (MEBx password)
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3. Enter the iAMT Web.
4 Click Remote Control, and select commands on the right side.
5. When you have finished using the iAMT Web console, close the
Web browser
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APPENDIX E
PICMG v1.3 INTERFACE DEFINITION
®
x16 PCIe Connector A
Side B
x16 PCIe Connector C
Side A
Side B
Side A
1
N.C
N.C
1
USB0P
GND
2
GND
GND
2
USB0N
GND
3
N.C
N.C
3
GND
USB1P
4
N.C
N.C
4
GND
USB1N
5
N.C
WAKE#
5
USB2P
GND
6
PWRBT#
PME#
6
USB2N
GND
7
PWRGD
PSON#
7
GND
USB3P
8
SHB_RST#
PERST#
8
GND
USB3N
9
USBOC0#
GND
CFG0
CFG1
9
10 CFG2
CFG3
10 GND
USBOC1#
11 RSVD
GND
11 USBOC2#
GND
12 GND
N.C
12 GND
USBOC3#
13 b_PETp0
GND
13 N.C
GND
14 b_PETn0
GND
14 N.C
GND
15 GND
b_PERp0
15 GND
N.C
16 GND
b_PERn0
16 GND
N.C
17 b_PETp1
GND
17 N.C
GND
18 b_PETn1
GND
18 N.C
GND
19 GND
b_PERp1
19 GND
N.C
20 GND
b_PERn1
20 GND
N.C
21 b_PETp2
GND
21 N.C
GND
22 b_PETn2
GND
22 N.C
GND
23 GND
b_PERp2
23 GND
N.C
24 GND
b_PERn2
24 GND
N.C
25 b_PETp3
GND
25 N.C
GND
26 b_PETn3
GND
26 N.C
GND
Mechanical Key
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27 GND
b_PERp3
27 GND
N.C
28 GND
b_PERn3
28 GND
N.C
29 REFCLK0+
GND
29 N.C
GND
30 REFCLK0-
GND
30 N.C
GND
31 GND
REFCLK1+
31 N.C
N.C
32 RSVD
REFCLK1-
32 N.C
N.C
33 REFCLK2+
GND
33 N.C
N.C
34 REFCLK2-
GND
34 N.C
GND
35 GND
REFCLK3+
35 N.C
GND
36 RSVD
REFCLK3-
36 GND
N.C
37 REFCLK4+
GND
37 GND
N.C
38 REFCLK4-
GND
38 N.C
GND
39 GND
N.C
39 N.C
GND
40 RSVD
N.C
40 GND
N.C
41 N.C
GND
41 GND
N.C
42 N.C
GND
42 +3.3V
+3.3V
43 GND
N.C
43 +3.3V
+3.3V
44 GND
N.C
44 +3.3V
+3.3V
45 a_PETp0
GND
45 +3.3V
+3.3V
46 a_PETn0
GND
46 +3.3V
+3.3V
47 GND
a_PERp0
47 +3.3V
+3.3V
48 GND
a_PERn0
48 +3.3V
+3.3V
49 a_PETp1
GND
49 +3.3V
+3.3V
50 a_PETn1
GND
50 +3.3V
+3.3V
51 GND
a_PERp1
51 GND
GND
52 GND
a_PERn1
52 GND
GND
53 a_PETp2
GND
53 GND
GND
54 a_PETn2
GND
54 GND
GND
55 GND
a_PERp2
55 GND
GND
56 GND
a_PERn2
56 GND
GND
57 a_PETp3
GND
57 GND
GND
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58 a_PETn3
GND
58 GND
GND
59 GND
a_PERp3
59 +5V
+5V
60 GND
a_PERn3
60 +5V
+5V
61 a_PETp4
GND
61 +5V
+5V
62 a_PETn4
GND
62 +5V
+5V
63 GND
a_PERp4
63 GND
GND
64 GND
a_PERn4
64 GND
GND
65 a_PETp5
GND
65 GND
GND
66 a_PETn5
GND
66 GND
GND
67 GND
a_PERp5
67 GND
GND
68 GND
a_PERn5
68 GND
GND
69 a_PETp6
GND
69 GND
GND
70 a_PETn6
GND
70 GND
GND
71 GND
a_PERp6
71 GND
GND
72 GND
a_PERn6
72 GND
GND
73 a_PETp7
GND
73 +12V
+12V
74 a_PETn7
GND
74 +12V
+12V
75 GND
a_PERp7
75 +12V
+12V
76 GND
a_PERn7
76 +12V
+12V
77 N.C
GND
77 +12V
+12V
78 +3.3V
+3.3V
78 +12V
+12V
79 +3.3V
+3.3V
79 +12V
+12V
80 +3.3V
+3.3V
80 +12V
+12V
81 +3.3V
+3.3V
81 +12V
+12V
82 RSVD
RSVD
82 +12V
+12V
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X8 PCIe Connector B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Side B
+5Vaux
GND
a_PETp8
a_PETn8
GND
GND
a_PETp9
a_PETn9
GND
GND
N.C
X8 PCIe Connector D
Side A
+5Vaux
N.C
GND
GND
a_PERp8
a_PERn8
GND
GND
a_PERp9
a_PERn9
GND
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Side B
INTB#
INTD#
GND
REQ3#
REQ2#
PCI_RST#
REQ1#
REQ0#
N.C
GND
N.C
Side A
INTA#
INTC#
N.C
GNT3#
GNT2#
GNT1#
GNT0#
SERR#
+3.3V
N.C
GND
Chanical Key
12 GND
N.C
12 CLKC
CLKD
13 a_PETp10
GND
13 GND
+3.3V
14 a_PETn10
GND
14 CLKA
CLKB
15 GND
a_PERp10
15 +3.3V
GND
16 GND
a_PERn10
16 AD31
GND
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
GND
GND
a_PERp11
a_PERn11
GND
GND
a_PERp12
a_PERn12
GND
GND
a_PERp13
a_PERn13
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
+3.3V
AD30
AD28
GND
AD26
AD24
+3.3V
AD22
AD20
N.C
AD18
AD16
a_PETp11
a_PETn11
GND
GND
a_PETp12
a_PETn12
GND
GND
a_PETp13
a_PETn13
GND
GND
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N.C
AD27
AD25
GND
C/BE3#
AD23
GND
AD21
AD19
+5V
AD17
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29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
a_PETp14
a_PETn14
GND
GND
a_PETp15
a_PETn15
GND
GND
N.C
N.C
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
+12V
+12V
+12V
GND
GND
a_PERp14
a_PERn14
GND
GND
a_PERp15
a_PERn15
GND
N.C
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
+12V
+12V
+12V
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
C/BE2#
PCI_PRST#
IRDY#
DEVSEL#
LOCK#
PERR#
GND
PAR
N.C
GND
AD15
AD13
GND
AD11
AD08
GND
AD07
AD04
GND
FRAME#
TRDY#
+5V
STOP#
GND
C/BE1#
AD14
GND
AD12
AD10
GND
AD09
C/BE0#
GND
AD06
AD05
GND
Mechanical Key
47 +12V
48 +12V
49 +12V
+12V
+12V
+12V
47 GND
48 AD03
49 AD00
AD02
AD01
GND
Note: Please contact your vendor to get the backplane design guide if it’s
required. The backplane design guide is NDA required.
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