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abit IP35 PRO XE motherboard
Hardware Setup
IP35 Pro
Socket 775
User’s Manual
BIOS Setup
FSB 1333 MHz
Dual PCI-E X16 Slots
Dual Gigabit LAN
6x Internal, 2x External SATA
3Gb/s Connectors
USB 2.0 / IEEE 1394
7.1-Channel HD Audio
Multilingual QIG
Dual Channel DDR2 800
Driver & Utility
Intel P35 / ICH9R
abit uGuru™ Technology
External CMOS Clearing
Quick Power & Reset Button
Vista Premium HW Ready
abit Silent OTES™ Technology
About this Manual:
This user’s manual contains all the information you may
need for setting up this motherboard. To read the user’s
manual of PDF format (readable by Adobe Reader), place
the “Driver & Utility CD” into the CD-ROM drive in your
system. The auto-run screen will appear, click the
“Manual” tab to enter its submenu. If not, browse the
root directory of the CD-ROM via the File Manager, and
double click the “AUTORUN” file.
IP35 Pro
User’s Manual
English + Multilingual QIG
P/N: 4310-0000-89
Rev. 2.00, May 2007
Copyright and Warranty Notice
The information in this document is subject to change without notice and does not represent a
commitment on part of the vendor, who assumes no liability or responsibility for any errors that
may appear in this manual.
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No part of this manual may be reproduced, transmitted or transcribed without the expressed
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If you do not properly set the motherboard settings, causing the motherboard to malfunction or
fail, we cannot guarantee any responsibility.
The Following Information is Only for EU-member States:
Directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE): The use of the symbol indicates that this product may not be
treated as household waste. By Ensuring this product is disposed of correctly,
you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment
and human health, which could otherwise be cause by inappropriate waste
handling of this product. For more detailed information about recycling of this
product, please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal
service or the shop where you purchased the product.
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Hardware Setup
1. Hardware Setup ............................................................... 1-1
BIOS Setup
Specifications............................................................................... 1-1
Motherboard Layout ..................................................................... 1-2
Choosing a Computer Chassis ....................................................... 1-3
Installing Motherboard ................................................................. 1-3
Checking Jumper Settings............................................................. 1-4
1.5.1 CMOS Memory Clearing Header and Backup Battery .............. 1-4
1.6 Connecting Chassis Components ................................................... 1-6
1.6.1 Power Connectors ............................................................... 1-6
1.6.2 Front Panel Switches & Indicators Headers ........................... 1-7
1.6.3 FAN Power Connectors ........................................................ 1-7
1.7 Installing Hardware ...................................................................... 1-8
1.7.1 CPU Socket 775................................................................... 1-8
1.7.2 DDR2 Memory Slots........................................................... 1-10
1.7.3 PCI Express X16 Add-on Slots (Install Graphics Card) .......... 1-11
1.8 Connecting Peripheral Devices .................................................... 1-12
1.8.1 Floppy and IDE Disk Drive Connectors ................................ 1-12
1.8.2 Serial ATA Connectors ....................................................... 1-13
1.8.3 Additional USB 2.0 Port Headers......................................... 1-14
1.8.4 Additional IEEE 1394 Port Headers ..................................... 1-14
1.8.5 Internal Audio Connector ................................................... 1-15
1.8.6 Front Panel Audio Connection Header ................................. 1-15
1.8.7 S/PDIF Output Connection Header...................................... 1-17
1.8.8 PCI and PCI Express X1 Slots ............................................. 1-17
1.8.9 Guru Panel Connection Header........................................... 1-18
1.9 Onboard Indicators and Buttons.................................................. 1-19
1.9.1 POST Code Displayer ......................................................... 1-19
1.9.2 Power Source Indicators .................................................... 1-20
1.9.3 Onboard Buttons ............................................................... 1-20
1.10 Connecting Rear Panel I/O Devices ........................................... 1-21
Driver & Utility
Multilingual QIG
2. BIOS Setup....................................................................... 2-1
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2.1 μGuru™ Utility .............................................................................. 2-2
2.1.1 OC Guru ............................................................................. 2-2
2.1.2 ABIT EQ.............................................................................. 2-4
2.2 Standard CMOS Features............................................................ 2-10
2.3 Advanced BIOS Features ............................................................ 2-13
2.4 Advanced Chipset Features......................................................... 2-16
2.5 Integrated Peripherals ................................................................ 2-17
2.6 Power Management Setup .......................................................... 2-21
2.7 PnP/PCI Configurations .............................................................. 2-23
2.8 Load Fail-Safe Defaults............................................................... 2-24
2.9 Load Optimized Defaults............................................................. 2-24
2.10 Set Password ........................................................................... 2-24
2.11 Save & Exit Setup..................................................................... 2-24
2.12 Exit Without Saving .................................................................. 2-24
3. Driver & Utility ................................................................. 3-1
3.1 CD-ROM AUTORUN ...................................................................... 3-1
3.2 Intel Chipset Software Installation Utility ....................................... 3-2
3.3 Intel Matrix Storage Manager........................................................ 3-2
3.4 Audio Driver ................................................................................ 3-3
3.5 LAN Driver................................................................................... 3-4
3.6 JMicron SATA Driver..................................................................... 3-4
3.7 USB 2.0 Driver ............................................................................. 3-4
3.8 abit μGuru ................................................................................... 3-5
3.9 SATA RAID Driver (for Windows Vista) .......................................... 3-6
3.10 SATA RAID Driver (for Windows XP, 2003, or 2000) ..................... 3-6
4. Multilingual Quick Installation Guide .............................. 4-1
4.1 Français//Guide d'Installation Rapide............................................. 4-1
4.2 Deutsch//Kurze Installationsanleitung............................................ 4-2
4.3 Italiano//Guida all’installazione rapida ........................................... 4-3
4.4 Español//Guía rápida de instalación............................................... 4-4
4.5 Português//Guia de instalação rápida ............................................ 4-5
4.6 Русский//Краткое руководство по установке .............................. 4-6
4.7 Eesti//Kiirpaigaldusjuhend ............................................................ 4-7
4.8 Latviski//Ātrās instalēšanas instrukcija........................................... 4-8
4.9 Lietuvių//Trumpas instaliavimo vadovas ........................................ 4-9
4.10 Polski//Instrukcja szybkiej instalacji ........................................... 4-10
4.11 Magyar//Gyorstelepítési útmutató.............................................. 4-11
4.12 Türkçe//Hızlı Kurulum Kılavuzu.................................................. 4-12
4.13 ‫ةيبرعلا ةغللا‬//‫ عيرسلا بيكرتلا ليلد‬....................... 4-13
4.14 ‫یسراف‬// ‫ عیرس بصن یامنﻩار‬............................................... 4-14
4.15 日本語//クイックインストールガイド ...................................... 4-15
4.16 한국어//빠른 설치 가이드 ....................................................... 4-16
4.17 Bahasa Malaysia//Panduan Pemasangan Ringkas ....................... 4-17
4.18 ไทย//คู่มือการติดตั้งอย่างย่อ ........................................................ 4-18
4.19 繁體中文................................................................................. 4-19
4.19.1 規格 ............................................................................... 4-19
4.19.2 快速安裝略說.................................................................. 4-20
4.20 简体中文................................................................................. 4-21
4.20.1 规格 ............................................................................... 4-21
4.20.2 快速安装略说.................................................................. 4-22
5. Appendix .......................................................................... 5-1
5.1 POST Code Definitions.................................................................. 5-1
5.1.1 AWARD POST Code Definitions............................................. 5-1
5.1.2 AC2005 POST Code Definitions............................................. 5-4
5.2 Troubleshooting (How to Get Technical Support?).......................... 5-5
5.2.1 Q & A ................................................................................. 5-5
5.2.2 Technical Support Form....................................................... 5-8
5.2.3 Contact Information............................................................. 5-9
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1. Hardware Setup
1.1 Specifications
• LGA775 Socket for Intel processor of:
Core 2 Extreme Edition / Core 2 Quad /
Core 2 Duo, &
Pentium Extreme Edition / Pentium Dual
Core / Pentium D / Pentium 4.
• Supports FSB 1333MHz
• Intel P35 / ICH9R
• 4x 240-pin DIMM slots support
maximum memory capacity up to 8GB.
• Supports Dual Channel DDR2 800/667
Un-buffered Non-ECC memory.
• Onboard Dual Gigabit LAN Controller
• Onboard 7.1-Ch HD Audio Codec
• Supports S/PDIF In/Out
• HDMI Audio Header Ready
Serial ATA
• 6x Internal SATA 3Gb/s connectors
offered by Intel ICH9R support Intel
Matrix Storage Tech (AHCI & RAID 0, 1,
5, and 10).
• 2x External SATA 3Gb/s connectors
offered by JMicron JMB363 support
RAID 0, 1, and JBOD.
IEEE 1394
• Supports 2x IEEE 1394a ports at
400Mb/s transfer rate.
Expansion Slots
• 1x PCI-E X16 Slot (X16 Bandwidth)
• 1x PCI-E X16 Slot (X4 Bandwidth)
• 1x PCI-E X1 Slot
• 3x PCI Slots
Internal I/O Connectors
Floppy Port
Ultra ATA 133 IDE Connector
SATA 3Gb/s Connectors
USB 2.0 Headers
IEEE 1394 Headers
FP-Audio Header
CD-In Connector
S/PDIF Out Header
GURU Header
Rear Panel I/O
PS/2 Keyboard Connector
PS/2 Mouse Connector
External CMOS Clearing Switch
Optical S/PDIF In Connector
Optical S/PDIF Out Connector
eSATA Connectors
7.1-Ch Audio Connector
USB 2.0 Connectors
RJ-45 Gigabit LAN Connectors
abit Engineered
abit uGuru™ Technology
abit Silent OTES™ Technology
External CMOS Clearing Switch
Quick Power & Reset Button
• 100% Lead-free Process and RoHS
• ATX Form Factor (305mm x 245mm)
• Vista Premium HW Ready
Specifications and information contained herein are subject to change without
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1.2 Motherboard Layout
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Choose a chassis big enough to install this motherboard.
As some features for this motherboard are implemented by cabling connectors on the
motherboard to indicators and switches or buttons on the chassis, make sure your chassis
supports all the features required.
If there is a possibility of adopting some more hard drives, make sure your chassis has
sufficient power and space for them.
Most chassis have alternatives for I/O shield located at the rear panel. Make sure the I/O
shield of the chassis matches the I/O port configuration of this motherboard. You can find
an I/O shield specifically designed for this motherboard in its package.
1.4 Installing Motherboard
Most computer chassis have a base with many
mounting holes to allow the motherboard to be
securely attached, and at the same time, prevent
the system from short circuits. There are two
ways to attach the motherboard to the chassis
base: (1) with studs, or (2) with spacers.
Basically, the best way to attach the board is
with studs. Only if you are unable to do this
should you attach the board with spacers. Line up the holes on the board with the mounting
holes on the chassis. If the holes line up and there are screw holes, you can attach the board
with studs. If the holes line up and there are only slots, you can only attach with spacers. Take
the tip of the spacers and insert them into the slots. After doing this to all the slots, you can
slide the board into position aligned with slots. After the board has been positioned, check to
make sure everything is OK before putting the chassis back on.
Always power off the computer and unplug the AC power cord before adding or
removing any peripheral or component. Failing to so may cause severe damage
to your motherboard and/or peripherals. Plug in the AC power cord only after
you have carefully checked everything.
Locate all the screw holes on the
motherboard and the chassis base.
Place all the studs or spacers needed on
the chassis base and have them tightened.
Face the motherboard’s I/O ports toward
the chassis’s rear panel.
Line up all the motherboard’s screw holes
with those studs or spacers on the chassis.
Install the motherboard with screws and
have them tightened.
To prevent shorting the PCB circuit,
please REMOVE the metal studs or
spacers if they are already fastened
on the chassis base and are without
mounting-holes on the motherboard
to align with.
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Face the chassis’s rear panel.
To install this motherboard:
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1.3 Choosing a Computer Chassis
1.5 Checking Jumper Settings
For a 2-pin jumper, plug the
jumper cap on both pins will
make it CLOSE (SHORT).
Remove the jumper cap, or
plug it on either pin
(reserved for future use) will
leave it at OPEN position.
Pin 1~2 SHORT
Pin 2~3 SHORT
For 3-pin jumper, pin 1~2 or pin 2~3 can be
shorted by plugging the jumper cap in.
1.5.1 CMOS Memory Clearing Header and Backup Battery
The time to clear the CMOS memory occurs when (a)
the CMOS data becomes corrupted, (b) you forgot the
supervisor or user password preset in the BIOS menu,
(c) you are unable to boot-up the system because the
CPU ratio/clock was incorrectly set in the BIOS menu,
or (d) whenever there is modification on the CPU or
memory modules.
This header uses a jumper cap to clear the CMOS
memory and have it reconfigured to the default values
stored in BIOS.
Pins 1 and 2 shorted
(Default): Normal
Pins 2 and 3 shorted:
Clear CMOS memory.
To clear the CMOS memory and load in the default values:
Power off the system.
Set pin 2 and pin 3 shorted by the jumper cap. Wait for a few seconds. Set the jumper
cap back to its default settings --- pin 1 and pin 2 shorted.
Power on the system.
For incorrect CPU ratio/clock settings in the BIOS, press <Del> key to enter the BIOS
setup menu right after powering on system.
Set the CPU operating speed back to its default or an appropriate value.
Save and exit the BIOS setup menu.
Another easy way to clear the CMOS memory can be done by switching
“EZ-CCMOS1”, see the section of “Connecting Rear Panel I/O Devices” in this
manual for detail.
The C.C. POST Code appears when either the external “EZ-CCMOS1” switch or
the internal “CCMOS1” jumper is not set to its normal position.
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An onboard battery saves the CMOS memory to keep the BIOS information stays on even after
disconnected your system with power source. Nevertheless, this backup battery exhausts after
some five years. Once the error message like “CMOS BATTERY HAS FAILED” or “CMOS
checksum error” displays on monitor, this backup battery is no longer functional and has to
be renewed.
To renew the backup battery:
Power off the system and disconnect with AC power source.
Remove the exhausted battery.
Insert a new CR2032 or equivalent battery. Pay attention to its polarity. The “+” side is its
positive polarity.
Connect AC power source and power on the system.
Enter the BIOS setup menu. Reconfigure the setup parameters if necessary.
Danger of explosion may arise if the battery is incorrectly renewed.
Renew only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the battery
Dispose of used batteries according to the battery manufacturer’s instructions.
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CMOS Backup Battery:
1.6 Connecting Chassis Components
1.6.1 Power Connectors
These connectors provide the connection from an ATX12V power supply. As the plugs from the
power supply fit in only one orientation, find the correct one and push firmly down into these
foolproof-designed connectors.
For a fully configured system, we recommend that
you use a power supply of ATX12V 2.0 (or newer)
specification compliant and of providing minimum
400W power output capability.
For a fully configured system with two PCI Express
X16 cards installed, a power supply with minimum
500W or more power output is recommended.
The following motherboard photos are
served for DEMO only, and may not be
the same type or model as the one
described in this user’s manual.
[ATXPWR1]: 24-pin power connector
You may connect either a 20-pin (ATX12V
1.3) or 24-pin (ATX12V 2.0) power source.
However, it is recommended to connect the
24-pin ATX12V power source to meet the
240VA protection limits.
Plugged from a 24-pin
ATX12V power.
Plugged from a 20-pin
ATX12V power.
Plugged from a 4-pin
ATX12V power.
Plugged from an 8-pin
EPS12V power.
[ATX12V1]: 8-pin power connector
This connector supplies +12V power to CPU.
You may connect either a 4-pin ATX12V or
an 8-pin EPS12V power source. However, it
is recommended to connect the 8-pin
EPS12V power source to meet the 240VA
protection limits.
[ATX4P1]: Auxiliary 12V power connector
This connector provides an auxiliary power source for devices added
on PCI Express slots.
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1.6.2 Front Panel Switches & Indicators Headers
This header is used for connecting switches and LED
indicators on the chassis front panel.
Watch the power LED pin position and orientation. The
mark “+” align to the pin in the figure below stands for
positive polarity for the LED connection. Please pay
attention when connecting these headers. A wrong
orientation will only result in the LED not lighting, but
a wrong connection of the switches could cause
system malfunction.
HLED (Pin 1, 3):
Connects to the HDD LED cable of chassis front
RST (Pin 5, 7):
Connects to the Reset Switch cable of chassis
front panel.
SPKR (Pin 13, 15, 17, 19):
Connects to the System Speaker cable of chassis.
SLED (Pin 2, 4):
Connects to the Suspend LED cable (if there is
one) of chassis front panel.
PWR (Pin 6, 8):
Connects to the Power Switch cable of chassis
front panel.
PLED (Pin 16, 18, 20):
Connects to the Power LED cable of chassis front
1.6.3 FAN Power Connectors
These connectors each provide power to the
cooling fans installed in your system.
CPUFAN1: CPU Fan Power Connector
SYSFAN1: System Fan Power Connector
AUXFAN1~4: Auxiliary Fan Power
Either a 3-pin or 4-pin CPU cooling
fan connected to the “CPUFAN1”
connector is still capable of having its
fan speed controlled. Please refer to
the BIOS setup route: “PC Health
“ABIT FanEQ Control”
“CPU FAN Type” to select the one of
your own.
These fan connectors are not jumpers. DO NOT place jumper caps on these
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1.7 Installing Hardware
DO NOT scratch the motherboard when installing hardware. An accidental
scratch of a tiny surface-mount component may seriously damage the
In order to protect the contact pins, please pay attention to these notices:
1. A maximum 20 cycles of CPU installation is recommended.
2. Never touch the contact pins with fingers or any object.
3. Always put on the cap when the CPU is not in use.
1.7.1 CPU Socket 775
The installation procedures vary with different types of CPU fan-and-heatsink
assembly. The one shown here is served for demo only. For detailed
information on how to install the one you bought, refer to its installation
1. Place the board so that the lever-hook of
the socket is on your left side. Use your left
thumb and forefinger to hold the lever hook,
pull it away from the retention tab. Rotate
the lever to fully open position.
2. Use your right-thumb to raise the load
plate. Lift it up to fully open position.
3. Use your right thumb and forefinger to
grasp the CPU package. Be sure to grasp on
the edge of the substrate, and face the Pin-1
indicator toward the bottom-left side. Aim at
the socket and place the CPU package
vertical down into the socket.
4. Visually inspect if the CPU is seated well
into the socket. The alignment key must be
located in the notch of package.
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5. Use your left hand to hold the load plate,
and use your right thumb to peel the cap off.
8. Place the heatsink and fan assembly onto
the socket. Align the four fasteners toward
the four mounting holes on the motherboard.
The cap plays an important role in
protecting contact pins. In order to
prevent bent pin, PUT ON the cap after
operation or testing.
9. Press each of the four fasteners down
into the mounting holes. Rotate the fastener
clock-wise to lock the heatsink and fan
assembly into position.
6. Lower the plate onto the CPU package.
Engage the load lever while gently pressing
down the load plate.
10. Attach the four-pin power plug from the
heatsink and fan assembly to the CPU FAN
7. Secure the lever with the hook under
retention tab.
A higher fan speed will be helpful for better airflow and heat-dissipation.
Nevertheless, stay alert to not touch any heatsink since a high temperature
generated by the working system is still possible.
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1.7.2 DDR2 Memory Slots
To reach the performance of Dual Channel DDR2, the following rules must be obeyed:
For a 2-DIMM dual-channel installation:
Populate DIMM modules of the same type and size on slots [DIMM1]+[DIMM3], or slots
For a 4-DIMM dual-channel installation:
Populate 2 DIMM modules of the same type and size on slots [DIMM1]+[DIMM3], and
another 2 DIMM modules of the same type and size on slots [DIMM2]+[DIMM4].
[DIMM1] and [DIMM3] slots are made of the same color.
[DIMM2] and [DIMM4] are made of another same color.
Usually there is no hardware or BIOS setup requires after adding or removing memory modules,
but you will have to clear the CMOS memory first if any memory module related problem
To install system memory:
Power off the computer and unplug the
AC power cord before installing or
removing memory modules.
Locate the DIMM slot on the board.
Hold two edges of the DIMM module
carefully, keep away from touching its
Align the notch key on the module with the rib on the slot.
Firmly press the module into the slots until the ejector tabs at both sides of the slot
automatically snap into the mounting notch. Do not force the DIMM module in with extra
force as the DIMM module only fits in one direction.
To remove the DIMM modules, push the two ejector tabs on the slot outward
simultaneously, and then pull out the DIMM module.
Static electricity can damage the electronic components of the computer or
optional boards. Before starting these procedures, ensure that you are
discharged of static electricity by touching a grounded metal object briefly.
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This motherboard provides dual PCI Express X16 slots for one or two graphics cards installation
of graphics cards that comply with PCI Express specifications.
One PCI Express graphics card installation:
Insert your PCI Express graphics card into slot
Do not install only one PCI Express
graphics card on slot [PCIEXP2], for
such an act will pull its speed down
to x4 only.
Two PCI Express graphics cards installation:
Install the master graphics card into slot
[PCIEXP1]. Install the slave graphics card
into slot [PCIEXP2].
Both the graphics cards must be of
the same GPU family.
Make sure your power supply is sufficient to provide the minimum power
required. (For a fully configured system with two PCI Express X16 cards
installed, a power supply with minimum 500W or more power output is
Refer to the instruction guide that came with the graphics card on how to run
its dual display mode.
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1.7.3 PCI Express X16 Add-on Slots (Install Graphics Card)
1.8 Connecting Peripheral Devices
1.8.1 Floppy and IDE Disk Drive Connectors
The FDC1 connector connects up to two floppy drives with a 34-wire, 2-connector floppy cable.
Connect the single end at the longer length of ribbon cable to the FDC1 on the board, the two
connectors on the other end to the floppy disk drives connector. Generally you need only one
floppy disk drive in your system.
The red line on the ribbon cable must be aligned with pin-1 on both the FDC1
port and the floppy connector.
Each of the IDE port connects up to two IDE drives
at Ultra ATA/100 mode by one 40-pin, 80-conductor,
and 3-connector Ultra ATA/66 ribbon cables.
Connect the single end (blue connector) at the longer
length of ribbon cable to the IDE port of this board,
the other two ends (gray and black connector) at the
shorter length of the ribbon cable to the connectors
of your hard drives.
Make sure to configure the “Master” and “Slave” relation before connecting
two drives by one single ribbon cable. The red line on the ribbon cable must be
aligned with pin-1 on both the IDE port and the hard-drive connector.
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Each SATA connector serves as one single channel to connect one SATA device by SATA cable.
To connect SATA device:
Attach either end of the signal cable
to the SATA connector on
motherboard. Attach the other end to
the SATA device.
Attach the SATA power cable to the
SATA device and connect the other
end from the power supply.
The motherboard in this photo is served for DEMO only, and may not be the
same type or model as the one described in this user’s manual.
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1.8.2 Serial ATA Connectors
1.8.3 Additional USB 2.0 Port Headers
Each header supports 2x additional USB 2.0 ports by connecting bracket or cable to the rear I/O
panel or the front-mounted USB ports of your chassis.
Pin Assignment
Pin Assignment
Data0 -
Data1 -
Data0 +
Data1 +
Make sure the connecting cable bears the same pin assignment.
1.8.4 Additional IEEE 1394 Port Headers
Each header supports 1x additional IEEE 1394 port by connecting bracket or cable to the rear
I/O panel or the front-mounted IEEE 1394 port of your chassis.
Pin Assignment
TPA0 +
Pin Assignment
TPA0 -
TPB0 +
TPB0 -
Make sure the connecting cable bears the same pin assignment.
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1.8.5 Internal Audio Connector
This connector connects to the audio output of internal CD-ROM drive or add-on card.
1.8.6 Front Panel Audio Connection Header
This header provides the front panel connection for HD (High Definition)
Audio, yet for AC’97 Audio CODEC connection, you must carefully check the
pin assignment before connecting from the front panel module. An incorrect
connection may cause malfunction or even damage the motherboard.
Please do not connect the “Ground” cable or “USB VCC” cable
from the front panel module to the Pin 4 “AVCC” of this
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Pin Assignment
Pin Assignment
MIC Power
Line Out (R)
Line Out (L)
Driver Configuration for AC’97 audio connection:
The audio driver is originally configured to support HD Audio. For AC’97 audio connection, you
Right-click the “Realtek HD
Audio Manager” icon
system tray.
Click “Audio I/O” tab, and then
click “Connector Settings”.
Click “Disabled front panel
jack detection”, and then click
“OK” to confirm.
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1.8.7 S/PDIF Output Connection Header
This header provides the S/PDIF output connection to your add-on HDMI VGA card.
Pin Assignment
VCC (5V)
1.8.8 PCI and PCI Express X1 Slots
Install PCI Express X1 cards into slot “PCIE1”.
Install PCI cards into slots “PCI1”, “PCI2”, and/or “PCI3”.
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1.8.9 Guru Panel Connection Header
This header is reserved for connecting abit’s exclusive Guru Panel. For more information,
please refer to the included Guru Panel Installation Guide.
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1.9.1 POST Code Displayer
This is an LED device to display the “POST” Code, the acronym for Power On Self Test. The
computer will execute the POST action whenever you power on the computer. The POST
process is controlled by the BIOS. It is used to detect the status of the computer’s main
components and peripherals. Each POST Code corresponds to different checkpoints that are
also defined by the BIOS in advance. For example, “memory presence test” is an important
checkpoint and its POST Code is “C1”. When the BIOS execute any POST item, it will write the
corresponding POST Code into the address 80h. If the POST passes, the BIOS will process the
next POST item and write the next POST Code into the address 80h. If the POST fails, we can
check the POST Code in address 80h to find out where the problem lies.
This LED device also displays the “POST” Code of AC2005, an “uGuru” chipset developed
exclusively by abit.
The decimal point lights up during the AC2005 POST action.
See Appendix for both AWARD and AC2005 POST Code definitions.
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Hardware Setup
1.9 Onboard Indicators and Buttons
1.9.2 Power Source Indicators
3VSB: This LED lights up when the power supply is connected with power source.
VCC: This LED lights up when the system power is on.
1.9.3 Onboard Buttons
PWRSW1: Push this button to power on the system.
RESET1: Push this button to reset the system.
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Hardware Setup
1.10 Connecting Rear Panel I/O Devices
The rear I/O part of this motherboard provides the following I/O ports:
Mouse: Connects to PS/2 mouse.
Keyboard: Connects to PS/2 keyboard.
EZ-CCMOS1: This switch enables clearing the CMOS memory without uncovering the
system chassis.
To clear the CMOS memory by
Step 1: Power off the system.
Step 2: Turn left this switch to the “Clear
CMOS” position.
Step 3: Turn right this switch to its default
“Normal” position. The default CMOS
memory is now reloaded.
※ The C.C. POST Code appears when either the external “EZ-CCMOS1” switch
or the internal “CCMOS1” jumper is not set to its normal position.
OPT-IN1: This connector provides an S/PDIF-In connection through optical fiber from
digital multimedia devices.
OPT-OUT1: This connector provides an S/PDIF-Out connection through optical fiber to
digital multimedia devices.
eSATA1: This connector supports the external SATA connection.
Cen./Sub. (Center / Subwoofer): Connects to the center and subwoofer channel.
R.L./R.R. (Rear Left / Rear Right): Connects to the rear left and rear right channel.
S.L./S.R. (Surround Left / Surround Right): Connects to the surround left and
surround right channel.
Line-In: Connects to the line out from external audio sources.
Line-Out: Connects to the front left and front right channel.
Mic-In: Connects to the plug from external microphone.
LAN1/LAN2: Connects to Local Area Network.
USB1/USB2: Connects to USB devices such as scanner, digital speakers, monitor, mouse,
keyboard, hub, digital camera, joystick etc.
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2. BIOS Setup
This motherboard provides a programmable EEPROM so that you can update the BIOS utility.
The BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) is a program that deals with the basic level of
communication between processor and peripherals. Use the BIOS Setup program only when
installing motherboard, reconfiguring system, or prompted to “Run Setup”. This chapter
explains the Setup Utility of BIOS utility.
After powering up the system, the BIOS message appears on the screen, the memory count
begins, and then the following message appears on the screen:
If this message disappears before you respond, restart the system by pressing <Ctrl> + <Alt>
+ <Del> keys, or by pressing the Reset button on the computer chassis. Only when these two
methods fail should you restart the system by powering it off and then back on.
After pressing <Del> key, the main menu screen appears.
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► uGuru Utility
► PnP/PCI Configurations
► Standard CMOS Features
Load Fail-Safe Defaults
► Advanced BIOS Features
Load Optimized Defaults
► Advanced Chipset Features
Set Password
► Integrated Peripherals
Save & Exit Setup
► Power Management Setup
Exit Without Saving
Esc: Quit
F10: Save & Exit Setup
‚€ : Select Item
Change CPU’s Clock & Voltage
In order to increase system stability and performance, our engineering staff is
constantly improving the BIOS menu. The BIOS setup screens and descriptions
illustrated in this manual are for your reference only, and may not completely
match with what you see on your screen.
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BIOS Setup
2.1 μGuru™ Utility
There are two setup menus in this μGuru utility. You may switch between these two by clicking
the left or right arrow key on keyboard:
2.1.1 OC Guru
μGuru Utility v1.01C
OC Guru
Genuine Intel(R) CPU 3.60GHz
Frequency : 3672MHz
CPU Operating Speed
- External Clock
- Multiplier Factor
- Estimated New CPU Clock
- PCI Express Clock
Item Help ►
X 18
► Voltages Control
Press Enter
► Power Cycle Statistics
Press Enter
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Genuine Intel(R) CPU
This item displays the CPU model name installed on this motherboard.
This item displays the processor speed of the CPU installed on this motherboard.
CPU Operating Speed
This item displays the CPU operating speed according to the type and speed of your CPU. You
can also select the [User Define] option to enter the manual option.
User Define:
The wrong settings of the multiplier and external clock in certain
circumstances may cause CPU damage. Setting the working frequency higher
than the PCI chipset or processor specs, may cause abnormal memory module
functioning, system hangs, hard disk drive data lose, abnormal functioning of
the VGA card, or abnormal functioning with other add-on cards. Using
non-specification settings for your CPU is not the intention of this explanation.
These should be used for engineering testing, not for normal applications.
There will be no guaranty for the settings beyond specification. Any damage of
any component on this motherboard or peripherals resulting therein is not our
External Clock
This item selects the external clock frequency. Due to the specification limit of the CPU you
installed, the speed you set over its standard bus speed is supported, but not guaranteed.
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Multiplier Factor
This item displays the multiplier factor for the CPU you installed.
Estimated New CPU Clock
This item displays an estimated CPU processor speed.
This item determines the DRAM frequency.
Voltages Control
μGuru Utility v1.01C
OC Guru
Voltage Control
- Voltage Control
- CPU Core Voltage
- DDR2 Voltage
- CPU VTT 1.2V Voltage
- MCH 1.25V Voltage
- ICH 1.05V Voltage
- ICHIO 1.5V Voltage
- DDR2 Reference Voltage
Auto Detect
1.3250 C
1.800 V
1.20 V
1.25 V
1.05 V
1.50 V
Item Help ►►
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CPU Core Voltage
This item selects the Core voltage for CPU.
DDR2 Voltage
This item selects the voltage for DDR2 memory modules.
CPU VTT 1.2V Voltage
This item selects the VTT voltage for CPU.
MCH 1.25V Voltage
This item selects the voltage for MCH (NB).
ICH 1.05V Voltage
This item selects the Core voltage for ICH (SB).
ICHIO 1.5V Voltage
This item selects the I/O voltage for ICH (SB).
DDR2 Reference Voltage
This item selects the reference voltage for DDR2 memory modules.
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BIOS Setup
This option allows you to switch between the default and user-defined voltages. Leave this
setting at default unless the current voltage setting cannot be detected or is not correct. The
option “User Define” enables you to select the following voltages manually.
These items select the percentage ratio of CPU VTT voltage for each group of the CPU GTL
reference voltage.
Power Cycle Statistics
Click <Enter> key to enter its submenu:
μGuru Utility v1.01C
OC Guru
Power Cycle Statistics
PC Up Time
PC Up Time Total
PC Power Cycles
PC Reset Button Cycles
AC Power On Total Time
AC Power Cycles
Item Help ►►
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These items display the power cycle statistics for each element.
2.1.2 ABIT EQ
Click right-arrow <→> key to switch from OC Guru setup menu to ABIT EQ setup menu:
ABIT EQ Beep Control
Temperature Monitoring
Voltage Monitoring
Fan Speed Monitoring
FanEQ Control
μGuru Utility v1.01C
Press Enter
Press Enter
Press Enter
Press Enter
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Item Help ►
ABIT EQ Beep Control
This item controls if the beeper sounds or not when any warning event occurred.
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Temperature Monitoring
Click <Enter> key to enter its submenu:
μGuru Utility v1.01C
Temperature Monitoring
Shutdown Shutdown
(*)CPU Temperature
60°C/140°F (*)
(*)System Temperature
( )
65° C/149°F
(*)PWM Temperature
53°C/127°F ( )
90° C/194°F
BIOS Setup
‚€:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value
CPU, System, PWM Temperature
These items display the temperature of CPU, System, and Power Module.
Shutdown Enable
Use <Space> key to enable system shutdown function. If the CPU/System/PWM’s temperature
exceeds the shutdown temperature limit, the system will shutdown automatically.
Shutdown Temp.
This item sets the temperature that will shutdown the system automatically in order to prevent
system overheating.
Beep Enable
Use <Space> key to enable warning beeps function. Once the system has detected that the
CPU/System/PWM’s temperature exceeded the beep temperature limit, warning beeps will
Beep Temp.
This item selects the warning temperature limit.
The shutdown temperature must be set higher than the warning temperature.
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Voltage Monitoring
Click <Enter> key to enter its submenu:
μGuru Utility v1.01C
Voltage Monitoring
Reading Shutdown
(*)CPU Core Voltage
1.25 V (*)
(*)DDR2 Voltage
1.80 V ( )
(*)DDR2 VTT Voltage
0.89 V ( )
(*)CPU VTT 1.2V Voltage
1.20 V ( )
(*)MCH 1.25V Voltage
1.25 V ( )
(*)ICHIO 1.5V Voltage
1.50 V ( )
(*)ICH 1.05V Voltage
1.05 V ( )
(*)ATX +12V (24-Pin Connector)
12.00 V ( )
(*)ATX +12V (8-Pin Connector)
12.00 V ( )
(*)ATX +5V
5.00 V ( )
(*)ATX +3.3V
3.30 V ( )
5.00 V ( )
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All Voltages
These items display the voltage of each element.
Shutdown Enable
Use <Space> key to enable system shutdown function. If the voltage of corresponding element
is higher/lower than the high/low limit, the system will automatically shutdown.
Beep Enable
Use <Space> key to enable warning beeps function. If the voltage of corresponding element is
higher/lower than the high/low limit, warning beeps will sound.
High/Low Limit
These items set the high and low voltage limit.
The high limit voltage must be set higher than the low limit voltage.
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Fan Speed Monitoring
Click <Enter> key to enter its submenu:
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( )
( )
( )
( )
( )
300 RPM
300 RPM
300 RPM
300 RPM
300 RPM
300 RPM
BIOS Setup
(*)CPU FAN Speed
( )SYS FAN Speed
( )AUX1 FAN Speed
( )AUX2 FAN Speed
( )AUX3 FAN Speed
( )AUX4 FAN Speed
μGuru Utility v1.01C
Fan Speed Monitoring
2440 RPM
( )
( )
( )
( )
( )
These items display the speed of the fans connected to CPU, SYS, and AUX1~4 fan connectors.
Shutdown Enable
Use <Space> key to enable system shutdown function. Once the system has detected that the
fan speed is lower than the low limit value, system will shutdown automatically.
Beep Enable
Use <Space> key to enable warning beeps function. If the fan speed is lower than the low limit
value, warning beeps will sound.
Low Limit
These items set the low limit of fan speed.
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FanEQ Control
μGuru Utility v1.01C
FanEQ Control
► 1st FanEQ Group
Press Enter
► 2nd FanEQ Group
Press Enter
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Item Help ►►
1st FanEQ Group
Click <Enter> key to enter its submenu (1st FanEQ Group):
μGuru Utility v1.01C
1st FanEQ Group
CPU FanEQ Control
-Reference Temperature
CPU Temperature
-Control Temperature High
-Control Temperature Low
-Fan PWM Duty Cycle High
100 %
-Fan PWM Duty Cycle Low
60 %
SYS FanEQ Control
-Reference Temperature
SYS Temperature
-Control Temperature High
-Control Temperature Low
-DC Fan Voltage High
12.0 V
-DC Fan Voltage Low
8.0 V
AUX1 FanEQ Control
-Reference Temperature
SYS Temperature
-Control Temperature High
-Control Temperature Low
-DC Fan Voltage High
12.0 V
-DC Fan Voltage Low
8.0 V
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Item Help ►►►
CPU/SYS/AUX1 FanEQ Control
When set to [Enabled], these items control the CPU, SYS, and/or AUX1 fan speed by the
following setting combinations.
Reference Temperature
This item selects the reference point for taking temperature among the available options of CPU,
SYS, and PWM Temperature.
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Control Temperature High/Low
These items set the high and low temperature limit that you want to do the fan speed control.
Fan PWM Duty Cycle High/Low
These items set the high and low limit of PWM duty cycle that you want to provide the fan with.
DC Fan Voltage High/Low
These items set the high and low voltage limit that you want to provide the fan with.
The high limit voltage must be set higher than the low limit voltage.
BIOS Setup
2nd FanEQ Group
Click <Enter> key to enter its submenu (2nd FanEQ Group):
2nd FanEQ Group
AUX2 FanEQ Control
-Reference Temperature
-Control Temperature High
-Control Temperature Low
-DC Fan Voltage High
-DC Fan Voltage Low
AUX3 FanEQ Control
AUX4 FanEQ Control
Utility V1.01C
SYS Temperature
12.0 V
8.0 V
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Item Help ►►►
AUX2~AUX4 FanEQ Control
When set to [Enabled], these items control the AUX2~AUX4 fan speed by the following setting
Reference Temperature
This item selects the reference point for taking temperature among the available options of CPU,
SYS, and PWM Temperature.
Control Temperature High/Low
These items set the high and low temperature limit that you want to do the fan speed control.
DC Fan Voltage High/Low
These items set the high and low voltage limit that you want to provide the fan with.
The high limit voltage must be set higher than the low limit voltage.
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2.2 Standard CMOS Features
Date (mm:dd:yy)
Time (hh:mm:ss)
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Standard CMOS Features
Fri, May 11 2007
12 : 34 : 56
Item Help
Drive A
Drive B
Floppy 3 Mode Support
Halt On
1.44M, 3.5 in.
All, But Keyboard
Base Memory
Extended Memory
Total Memory
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F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults
Date (mm:dd:yy)
This item sets the date you specify (usually the current date) in the format of [Month], [Date],
and [Year].
Time (hh:mm:ss)
This item sets the time you specify (usually the current time) in the format of [Hour], [Minute],
and [Second].
SATA Channel 1 ~ SATA Channel 6
Click <Enter> key to enter its submenu:
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SATA Channel 1
HDD Auto-Detection
Press Enter
SATA Channel 1
Access Mode
Item Help
0 MB
Landing Zone
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F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults
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HDD Auto-Detection
This item allows you to detect the parameters of hard drives by pressing <Enter> key. The
parameters will be shown on the screen automatically.
SATA Channel 1 ~ SATA Channel 6
When set to [Auto], the BIOS will automatically check what kind of SATA hard drive you are
using. If you want to define your own drive yourself, set it to [Manual] and make sure you fully
understand the meaning of the parameters. Please refer to the instruction manual provided by
the device’s manufacturer to get the setting right.
Access Mode
This item displays the approximate capacity of the disk drive. Usually the size is slightly greater
than the size of a formatted disk given by a disk-checking program.
This item configures the numbers of cylinders.
This item configures the numbers of read/write heads.
This item displays the number of cylinders at which to change the write timing.
Landing Zone
This item displays the number of cylinders specified as the landing zone for the read/write
This item configures the numbers of sectors per track.
Back to Standard CMOS Features Setup Menu
Drive A & Drive B
This item sets the type of floppy drives (usually only Drive A) installed.
Floppy 3 Mode Support
This item allows you to use “3 Mode Floppy Drive” in Japanese computer systems by selecting
drive A, B, or both. Leave this item at its default [Disabled] setting if you are not using this
Japanese standard floppy drive.
Halt On
This item determines whether the system stops if an error is detected during system boot-up.
[All Errors]: The system-boot will stop whenever the BIOS detect a non-fatal error.
[No Errors]: The system-boot will not stop for any error detected.
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BIOS Setup
This item selects the mode to access your SATA devices. Leave this item at its default [Auto]
setting to detect the access mode of your HDD automatically.
[All, But Keyboard]: The system-boot will stop for all errors except a keyboard error.
[All, But Diskette]: The system-boot will stop for all errors except a diskette error.
[All, But Disk/Key]: The system-boot will stop for all errors except a diskette or keyboard
Base Memory
This item displays the amount of base memory installed in the system. The value of the base
memory is typically 640K for systems with 640K or more memory size installed on the
Extended Memory
This item displays the amount of extended memory detected during system boot-up.
Total Memory
This item displays the total memory available in the system.
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2.3 Advanced BIOS Features
Item Help
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F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults
CPU L3 Cache
This item is used to enable the L3 cache (default setting), and appears only for certain CPU
(Intel Pentium 4 processor with HT Technology Extreme Edition) that possesses L3 cache.
CPU Feature
Click <Enter> key to enter its submenu:
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CPU Feature
Thermal Control
Limit CPUID MaxVal
C1E Function
Execute Disable Bit
Virtualization Technology
EIST Function
Item Help
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F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults
Thermal Control
This option enables or disables the thermal monitoring.
Limit CPUID MaxVal
When set to [Enabled], this item limits the CPUID maximum value to 3, which is usually
required for older OS like Windows NT4.0.
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BIOS Setup
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Advanced BIOS Features
CPU L3 Cache
► CPU Feature
Press Enter
► Hard Disk Boot Priority
Press Enter
Hyper-Threading Technology
Quick Power On Self Test
First Boot Device
Second Boot Device
Hard Disk
Third Boot Device
Boot Other Device
Boot Up Floppy Seek
Boot Up NumLock Status
Security Option
MPS Version Ctrl For OS
Report No FDD for OS
Full Screen LOGO Show
Leave this item at its default [Disabled] settings for OS like Windows XP.
C1E Function
This item appears only for certain processors with the C1E (Enhanced Halt State) Function.
When set to [Enabled], the processor will further reduce the total power consumption.
Execute Disable Bit
This item appears only for certain processors with the Execute Disable Bit (XD bit) feature.
When set to [Enabled], this item allows the processor to prevent data pages from being used
by malicious software to execute code and provide memory protection.
Virtualization Technology
This option enables or disables the additional hardware capabilities provided by Virtualization
EIST Function
This item appears only for certain processors with the EIST (Enhanced Intel SpeedStep
Technology) Function. When set to [Enabled], EIST will dynamically switch between multiple
frequency and voltage points to optimize the power and performance balance of the processor
and system based on demand.
Back to Advanced BIOS Features Setup Menu
Hard Disk Boot Priority
This item selects the hard disks booting priority. By pressing <Enter> key, you can enter its
submenu where the hard disks detected can be selected for the booting sequence to boot up
This item functions only when there is the option of [Hard Disk] in any one of the
First/Second/Third Boot Device items.
Hyper-Threading Technology
This item is used to enable the functionality of the processor with Hyper-Threading Technology
and will appear only when using such processor.
The Hyper-Threading Technology helps your PC work more efficiently by maximizing processor
resources and enabling a single processor to run two separate threads of software
simultaneously, bringing forth greater performance and system responsiveness when running
multiple applications at once.
Quick Power On Self Test
When set to [Enabled], this item speeds up the Power On Self Test (POST) after powering on
the system. The BIOS shorten or skip some check during the POST.
First Boot Device / Second Boot Device / Third Boot Device / Boot Other Device
Select the drive to boot first, second and third in the [First Boot Device], [Second Boot Device],
and [Third Boot Device] items respectively. The BIOS will boot the operating system according
to the sequence of the drive selected. Set [Boot Other Device] to [Enabled] if you wish to boot
from another device other than these three items.
Select the correct type of CD-ROM for the option [First Boot device] when
installing OS from CD-ROM.
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Boot Up Floppy Seek
When set to [Enabled], the BIOS will check whether the floppy disk drive is installed or not.
Boot Up NumLock Status
This item determines the default state of the numeric keypad at system booting up.
[On]: The numeric keypad functions as number keys.
[Off]: The numeric keypad functions as arrow keys.
Security Option
[Setup]: The password is required only when accessing the BIOS Setup.
[System]: The password is required each time the computer boots up.
Don’t forget your password. If you forget the password, you will have to open
the computer case and clear all information in the CMOS before you can start
up the system. But by doing this, you will have to reset all previously set
MPS Version Ctrl For OS
This item specifies which version of MPS (Multi-Processor Specification) this motherboard will
use. Leave this item at its default setting.
Report No FDD For OS
When set to [Yes], this item allows you to run some older operating system without floppy disk
drive. Leave this item at its default setting.
Full Screen LOGO Show
This item determines to show the full screen logo when booting.
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BIOS Setup
This item determines when the system will prompt for password - every time the system boots
or only when enters the BIOS setup.
2.4 Advanced Chipset Features
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Advanced Chipset Features
DRAM Timing Selectable
- CAS Latency Time
- RAS# to CAS# Dealay (tRCD) Auto
- RAS# Precharge
- Precharge Delay
(tRAS) Auto
- Refresh Cycle Time
(tRFC) Auto
- Write Recovery Time (tWR)
- Write to Read Delay (tWTR) Auto
- Act to Act Time
(tRRD) Auto
- Read to Precharge
(tRTP) Auto
PCIe Compliancy Mode
PEG Force X1
Init Display First
PCI Slot
Item Help
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F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults
DRAM Timing Selectable
This item sets the optimal timings for the following four items, depending on the memory
module you are using. The default setting “By SPD” configures these four items by reading the
contents in the SPD (Serial Presence Detect) device. The EEPROM on the memory module
stores critical parameter information about the module, such as memory type, size, speed,
voltage interface, and module banks. The following items will be available to make adjustments
by selecting option [Manual].
CAS Latency Time
RAS# to CAS# Dealay (tRCD)
RAS# Precharge
Precharge Delay
Refresh Cycle Time
Write Recovery Time
Write to Read Delay
Act to Act Time
Read to Precharge
PCIe Compliancy Mode
This item selects the mode for PCI Express add-on card.
PEG Force X1
When set to [Enabled], this item forces the PEG port down to x1 mode.
Init Display First
This item allows you to choose the primary display card.
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2.5 Integrated Peripherals
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Integrated Peripherals
► OnChip SATA Device
Press Enter
► OnChip PCI Device
Press Enter
► Onboard PCI Device
Press Enter
Onboard FDC Controller
Item Help
OnChip SATA Device
Click <Enter> key to enter its submenu:
Bus Master
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OnChip SATA Device
Item Help
‚€:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:General Help
F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults
Bus Master
This option enables or disables the bus mastering capability under the DOS environment.
This item selects the mode for devices connected through SATA1~SATA6 ports.
[IDE]: The on-chip Serial ATA served as IDE mode.
[RAID]: The on-chip Serial ATA served as RAID mode.
[AHCI]: The on-chip Serial ATA served as AHCI (Advanced Host Controller Interface) mode for
advanced performance and usability.
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BIOS Setup
‚€:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:General Help
F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults
OnChip PCI Device
Click <Enter> key to enter its submenu:
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OnChip PCI Device
OnChip Audio Controller
► USB Device Setting
Press Enter
Item Help
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F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults
OnChip Audio Controller
This option enables or disables the audio controller.
USB Device Setting
Click <Enter> key to enter its submenu:
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USB Device Setting
USB Functions
- USB 2.0 Operation Mode
High Speed
- USB Keyboard Support Via
- USB Mouse Support Via
- USB Storage Function
Item Help
*** USB Mass Storage Device Boot Setting ***
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F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults
USB Functions
This option enables or disables the USB controller.
USB 2.0 Operation Mode
This option selects the speed mode for USB devices.
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[High Speed]: All USB devices operate on high-speed mode.
[Full/Low Speed]: All USB devices operate on full/low-speed mode.
USB Keyboard Support Via
Select [BIOS] for the legacy operating system (such as DOS) that does not support USB
USB Mouse Support Via
Select [BIOS] for the legacy operating system (such as DOS) that does not support USB
USB Storage Function
BIOS Setup
This option enables or disables the USB storage function.
Onboard PCI Device
Click <Enter> key to enter its submenu:
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Onboard PCI Device
IEEE 1394 Controller
Network Controller1
- Invoke Boot Agent
Network Controller2
- Invoke Boot Agent
Storage Controller
- Controller Mode
Item Help
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F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults
IEEE 1394 Controller
This option enables or disables the IEEE 1394 controller.
Network Controller1 / Network Controller2
This option enables or disables the LAN1/LAN2 controller.
Invoke Boot Agent
This item allows you to use the boot ROM (instead of a disk drive) to boot up the system and
access the local area network directly.
Storage Controller
This option enables or disables the JMB363 controller that controls both IDE1 and eSATA1
Controller Mode
This item selects the mode for devices connected through eSATA1 ports.
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Options: [IDE], [RAID], [AHCI].
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Onboard FDC Controller
This option enables or disables the floppy disk controller.
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2.6 Power Management Setup
Item Help
‚€:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:General Help
F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults
ACPI Suspend Type
This item selects the type of Suspend mode.
Resume by USB from S3
When set to [Enabled], this item allows you to use a USB device to wake up a system that is in
the S3 (STR - Suspend To RAM) state. This item can be configured only if the item “ACPI
Suspend Type” is set to [S3(STR)].
Power Button Function
This item selects the method of powering off your system:
[Delay 4 Sec.]: Pushing the power button for more than 4 seconds will power off the system.
This will prevent the system from powering off in case you accidentally hit or pushed the power
[Instant-Off]: Pressing and then releasing the power button at once will immediately power
off the system.
Wake Up by WAKE# of PCIe
When set to [Enabled], access through the add-on PCI Express card can remotely wake up the
system that was in Soft-Off condition. The PCI Express card must support the wake up function.
Wake Up by PME# of PCI
When set to [Enabled], access through the add-on PCI card can remotely wake up the system
that was in Soft-Off condition. The PCI card must support the wake up function.
Wake Up by Onboard LAN1/LAN2
When set to [Enabled], access through the onboard LAN1/LAN2 port can remotely wake up the
system that was in Soft-Off condition.
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BIOS Setup
Phoenix – AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
Power Management Setup
ACPI Suspend Type
- Resume by USB from S3
Power Button Function
Wake Up by WAKE# of PCIe
Wake Up by PME# of PCI
Wake Up by Onboard LAN1
Wake Up by Onboard LAN2
Resume by Alarm
- Date(of month) Alarm
- Time(hh:mm:ss) Alarm
0 : 0 : 0
POWER ON Function
Button Only
- KB Power ON Password
- Hot Key Power ON
Restore On AC Power Loss
Power Off
Resume by Alarm
When set to [Enabled], you can set the date and time you would like the Soft-Off PC to
power-on in the “Date (of Month) Alarm” and “Time (hh:mm:ss) Alarm” items. However,
if the system is being accessed by incoming calls or the network (Resume On Ring/LAN) prior to
the date and time set in these items, the system will give priority to the incoming calls or
network instead.
Date (of Month) Alarm
[0]: This option power-on the system everyday according to the time set in the “Time
(hh:mm:ss) Alarm” item.
[1-31]: This option selects a date you would like the system to power-on. The system will
power-on on the date set, and the time set in the “Time (hh:mm:ss) Alarm” item.
Time (hh:mm:ss) Alarm
This item sets the time you would like the system to power-on.
POWER ON Function
This item selects the way you want your system to power on.
[Password]: Use a password to power on the system, select this option then press <Enter>.
Enter your password. You can enter up to 5 characters. Type in exactly the same password to
confirm, and then press <Enter>.
[Hot KEY]: Use any of the function keys between <F1> to <F12> to power on the system.
[Mouse Left]: Double click the mouse left button to power on the system.
[Mouse Right]: Double click the mouse right button to power on the system.
[Any KEY]: Use any keyboard keys to power on the system.
[Button Only]: Use only the power button to power on the system.
[Keyboard 98]: Use the power-on button on the “Keyboard 98” compatible keyboard to power
on the system.
The mouse wake up function can only be used with the PS/2 mouse, not with
the COM port or USB type. Some PS/2 mice cannot wake up the system
because of compatible problems. If the specs of your keyboard are too old, it
may fail to power on.
KB Power ON Password
This item sets the password required in order to power on your computer.
Do not forget your password, or you will have to clear the CMOS and reset all
parameters in order to utilize this function again.
Hot Key Power ON
This item powers on the system by pressing <Ctrl> key plus one of each function key (<F1> ~
<F12>) simultaneously.
Restore On AC Power Loss
This item selects the system action after an AC power failure.
[Power Off]: When power returns after an AC power failure, the system’s power remains off.
You must press the Power button to power-on the system.
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[Power On]: When power returns after an AC power failure, the system’s power will be
powered on automatically.
[Last State]: When power returns after an AC power failure, the system will return to the
state where you left off before power failure occurred. If the system’s power is off when AC
power failure occurs, it will remain off when power returns. If the system’s power is on when
AC power failure occurs, the system will power-on when power returns.
BIOS Setup
2.7 PnP/PCI Configurations
Phoenix – AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
PnP/PCI Configurations
Resources Controlled By
X - IRQ Resources
Press Enter
PCI/VGA Palette Snoop
Item Help
** PCI Express relative items **
‚€:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:General Help
F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults
Resources Controlled By
This item configures all of the boot and Plug-and-Play compatible devices.
[Auto]: The system will automatically detect the settings.
[Manual]: Choose the specific IRQ resources in the “IRQ Resources” menu.
IRQ Resources
Click <Enter> key to enter its submenu:
This item sets each system interrupt to either [PCI Device] or [Reserved].
PCI/VGA Palette Snoop
This item determines whether the MPEG ISA/VESA VGA cards can work with PCI/VGA or not.
[Enabled]: MPEG ISA/VESA VGA cards work with PCI/VGA.
[Disabled]: MPEG ISA/VESA VGA cards do not work with PCI/VGA.
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2.8 Load Fail-Safe Defaults
This option loads the BIOS default values for the most stable, minimal-performance system
2.9 Load Optimized Defaults
This option loads the BIOS default values that are factory settings for optimal-performance
system operations.
2.10 Set Password
This option protects the BIOS configuration or restricts access to the computer itself.
2.11 Save & Exit Setup
This option saves your selections and exits the BIOS setup menu.
2.12 Exit Without Saving
This option exits the BIOS setup menu without saving any changes.
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3. Driver & Utility
The “Driver-&-Utility CD” that came packed with this motherboard contains drivers, utilities and
software applications required for its basic and advanced features.
To run the CD-ROM automatically:
Place the “Driver-&-Utility CD” into the
CD-ROM drive in your system. The
following installation auto-run screen
appears. If not, browse the root
directory of the CD-ROM via the File
Manager, and double click the
“AUTORUN” file.
Click the item needed for installation.
[Drivers]: Click to enter the driver
installation menu.
[Manual]: Click to enter the user’s
manual menu.
[Utility]: Click to enter the utilities
installation menu.
[abit Utility]: Click to enter the installation menu of utilities exclusively developed by
Browse CD]: Click to browse the contents of this “Driver-&-Utility CD”.
Close]: Click to exit this installation menu.
The Windows will automatically search
for current and updated software by
looking up your computer.
When this “Found New Hardware
Wizard” window appears. Click
[Cancel] to start the following
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Driver & Utility
3.2 Intel Chipset Software Installation Utility
To install this program:
Click on the [Drivers] tab in the
installation menu screen.
Click the [Intel Chipset Software
Installation Utility] item. The
installation screen appears.
Follow the prompts on the screen to
complete installation.
3.3 Intel Matrix Storage Manager
This driver provides functionality for the on-chip SATA Controller.
This driver installation is necessary for connectors “SATA1~SATA6” only when
after having enabled the RAID function in the BIOS setup menu.
The path to enable the RAID function in the BIOS setup menu is: Integrated
Peripherals OnChip IDE Device SATA Mode Select “RAID”.
To install this program:
Click on the [Drivers] tab in the
installation menu screen.
Click the [Intel Matrix Storage
Technology Driver] item. The
installation screen appears.
Follow the prompts on the screen to
complete installation.
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3.4 Audio Driver
To install this program:
Click on the [Drivers] tab in the
installation menu screen.
Click the [Audio Driver] item. The
installation screen appears.
Follow the prompts on the screen to
complete installation.
After restarting the system, right-click
the Sound Manager icon located at the
desktop shortcut. Click item “Sound
Manager”. The Realtek HD Audio
Manager appears.
Click the [Audio I/O] tab.
Click the pull down menu to select the
channel configuration.
Click [OK] button to apply the Audio
I/O settings and exit.
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Driver & Utility
3.5 LAN Driver
To install this program:
Click on the [Drivers] tab in the
installation menu screen.
Click the [LAN Driver] item. The
installation screen appears.
Follow the prompts on the screen to
complete installation.
3.6 JMicron SATA Driver
This driver provides functionality for the onboard SATA RAID Controller.
This driver installation is necessary for the devices connected through
connectors “eSATA1” or “IDE1”.
To install this program:
Click on the [Drivers] tab in the
installation menu screen.
Click the [JMicron SATA Driver] item.
The installation screen appears.
Follow the prompts on the screen to
complete installation.
3.7 USB 2.0 Driver
There is no need to install this driver for Windows 2000 with Service Pack 4,
Windows XP with Service Pack 1, or their later version.
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3.8 abit μGuru
The μGuru Utility combined with the optional Guru Panel allows you to access and select system
performance of your system while playing games, listening music, browsing Internet or office
applications in full screen with no need to stop or close the running application.
To install this utility:
Click on the [abit Utility] tab in the
installation menu screen.
Click the [abit uGuru] item. The
following screen appears.
Follow the prompts on the screen to
complete installation.
Restart the system for the program to
take effect.
Execute the abit EQ by entering the
Windows Menu [Start]
[abit uGuru].
The μGuru Utility shows you the status
of Voltage, Fan Speed, and
Temperature readings as well.
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Driver & Utility
3.9 SATA RAID Driver (for Windows Vista)
The Raid Driver needed when installing Windows Vista operating system is located at the
following path of your CD-ROM drive after placing the “Driver-&-Utility CD” into it:
For a RAID configuration connected among “SATA1 ~ SATA6” connectors:
For Vista 32bit
For Vista 64bit
CD-ROM Drive:\Drivers\SATARAID\Intel\Vista32
CD-ROM Drive:\Drivers\SATARAID\Intel\Vista64
For a RAID configuration connected to “eSATA1” connector:
For Vista 32bit
For Vista 64bit
CD-ROM Drive:\Drivers\SATARAID\Jmicron\Vista32
CD-ROM Drive:\Drivers\SATARAID\Jmicron\Vista64
3.10 SATA RAID Driver (for Windows XP, 2003, or 2000)
The “Driver Disk Maker” program bundled in the Driver-&-Utility CD is a utility to build the driver
program needed for SATA controller into a floppy disk under DOS environment. This procedure
is necessary only for installing Windows operating system to the hard disk connected to
“eSATA1” or “SATA1~SATA6” connector.
To create a driver disk:
Before starting, connect a 3.5” floppy disk drive to the “FDC1” connector, and connect a
CD-ROM drive to your motherboard. Prepare a 3.5” floppy disk.
After completing all the start-up preparation for hardware setup, power on the system.
Enter the BIOS Setup Menu by hitting <Del> key 1.
Enter and select the BIOS menu “Advanced BIOS Features”. Configure the option
“First Boot Device” to “CD-ROM” 2 drive. Save this selection and exit BIOS setup menu
by accessing the BIOS menu “Save & Exit Setup”.
Restart the system. The system will now boot from CD, and enter the ABIT Boot Manager,
the following options appear 3:
From First HDD
Driver Disk
From First Floppy Drive
CD-ROM Boot (Try Next Boot Device)
Type <1> and hit <Enter> key. The following options appear:
(1) Make Driver Disk
(2) Exit
Type <1> and hit <Enter> key to start making.
The driver options appear:
(1) Intel SATA RAID Driver Disk for WinXP_2K_2003_Vista
(2) JMicron SATA RAID Driver Disk for WinXP_2K_2003_Vista
Type the number of the actions you want and hit <Enter> key.
Insert floppy disk to the floppy drive 4. Press any key to continue.
Copying files to floppy now starts. After completed copying, hit the <n> key if you do not
want to make another Driver Disk, and stop at the A:\> prompt.
Take out the Driver-&-Utility CD from the CD-ROM drive now. Restart your system 5.
You may refer to the chapter “BIOS Setup Menu” in user’s manual on how to do so.
The name may vary as per BIOS version. Place the “Driver-&-Utility CD” into the CD-ROM drive now.
You will have to type your command within 20 seconds, or the system will boot from HD.
You will be asked to do the format procedure if the floppy disk is not blank. Hit <n> key for not formatting
another floppy.
Now you have this driver disk ready for installing Windows Operating System. Insert this floppy disk to
floppy drive and press <F6> key when the screen instruction prompts you to install a third-party SCSI or
RAID driver.
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4. Multilingual Quick Installation Guide
4.1 Français//Guide d'Installation Rapide
Ce “Guide d’Installation rapide ” contient seulement l
information de base dont vous pouvez avoir besoin lors de
l’installation de votre carte mère abit. Pour des opérations plus
avancées, vous devez vous reporter à la version complète.
• [SPKR]: Connecte au câble du Haut-parleur du système.
• [SLED]: Connecte au câble de la DEL de veille.
• [PWR]: Connecte au câble de l’interrupteur de l’alimentation
Précautions d’installation du matériel
• Toujours il vous faut arrêter l’alimentation électrique et
déconnecter le câble électrique de la prise Courant Alternatif
avant d’installer la carte ou de changer des paramètres de
• Mettez vous à la terre proprement en portant une bande de
poignet de sécurité contre les décharges électrostatiques et ce
avant d’enlever la carte de son emballage anti-statique
• Tenez la carte sur les bords. Evitez d’y toucher les composants
qui se trouvent dessus.
• Evitez de toucher les contacts des barrettes et les puces des
circuits intégrés(IC).
• Placez la carte sur une surface antistatique mise à la terre ou sur
l’emballage antistatique dans lequel se trouvait la carte.
• [PLED]: Connecte au câble de la DEL d’alimentation.
Le cavalier d’effacement de la CMOS
Ce cavalier est utilisé pour effacer la mémoire CMOS afin de
paramétrer les contenus du BIOS. Vous pouvez avoir besoin
d’effacer la mémoire CMOS si les paramètres du BIOS sont
incorrects et empêchent votre carte mère de bien fonctionner.
Pour effacer la mémoire CMOS, déconnectez tous les câbles
d’alimentation de la carte mère, installez la fiche du cavalier sur le
réglage “Effacer CMOS” pendant quelques secondes, et puis
installez la fiche à son réglage “Normal”. Après reconnectez
l’alimentation électrique et redémarrez, le contenu BIOS sera
paramétré à nouveau à sa configuration d’usine.
Connections des Composants du Boîtier
L’alimentation électrique ATX: [ATXPWR1], [ATX12V1]
Connecteurs des VENTILATEURS: [CPUFAN1], [SYSFAN1],
Connecteurs sur le Panneau Avant: [FPIO1]
• [HLED]: Connecte au câble en nappe de la DEL du lecteur du
disque dur (HDD).
• [RST]: Connecte au câble en nappe de l’interrupteur de
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Socle des Ports USB Supplémentaires: [FP-USB1], [FP-USB2]
Socle de Pins des Ports Supplémentaires IEEE 1394:
[FP-1394-1], [FP-1394-2]
Socle de Connections Audio sur le Panneau Avant:
Connecteur Audio Interne: [CD1], [AUX1]
Montage de l’assemblage Unité Centrale de Traitement (CPU) &
Dissipateur thermique
Parce que l’on peut choisir beaucoup de types de CPU et de
dissipateurs d’énergie, chacun à des façons différentes de montage,
veuillez suivre exactement les instructions de montage que vous
pouvez trouver dans l’ensemble que vous venez d’acheter. Le CPU
est une unité électronique délicate qui produit des montants énormes
de chaleur en fonctionnement. Veuillez donc faire très attention
durant l’assemblage.
Après avoir fini d’assembler le dissipateur d’énergie sur le
processeur, Connectez l’alimentation du ventilateur de
refroidissement du CPU au connecteur [CPUFAN1] sur la carte
Installation des Barrettes de Mémoire
• Poussez vers le bas les pattes d’éjection de chaque côté du
connecteur d’extension.
• Alignez la barrette mémoire sur le connecteur d’extension. Ce
dernier a un ergot qui doit s’aligner avec l’encoche de la barrette
mémoire de façon qu’elle puisse s’enclipser dans un seul sens.
• Installez la barrette mémoire dans le connecteur d’extension en
appuyant dessus avec fermeté. Les pattes d’éjection du
connecteur levées vers le haut automatiquement verrouillent les
extrémités de la barrette mémoire.
• Pour enlever la barrette mémoire, poussez simultanément vers le
bas les pattes d’éjection de chaque extrémité du connecteur et
puis retirez la barrette mémoire.
Connection des Unités de Stockage
Connections du lecteur de disquettes: [FDC1]
Connections des disques durs IDE: [IDE1], [IDE2]
Connections des lecteurs de disques durs de série ATA:
[SATA1] ~ [SATA4]
Connections du Panneau Arrière
• Mouse: Connecte à la souris PS/2.
• Keyboard: Connecte au clavier PS/2.
• LPT1: Connecte à l’imprimante ou autres dispositifs qui
supportent le protocole de communication parallèle.
• COM1: Connecte au modem externe, à la souris ou autres
dispositifs qui supportent le protocole de communication série.
• OPT-IN1: Ce connecteur fournit une connexion S/PDIF en entrée
à travers une fibre optique aux appareils multimédia numériques.
• OPT-OUT1: Ce connecteur fournit une connexion S/PDIF en
sortie à travers une fibre optique aux appareils multimédia
• AUDIO1: Connecte la 7.1 canaux audio.
• IEEE 1394: Connecte aux unités du protocole IEEE 1394.
• LAN1: Connecte au réseau local d’ordinateurs.
• USB1/USB2: Connecte aux unités du protocole USB.
Multilingual QIG
Installation de la carte dans le boîtier
Le boîtier de l’ordinateur pour cette carte mère devrait:
• Accommoder le facteur de forme de cette carte mère.
• Supporter tout le câblage des connecteurs sur la carte mère aux
indicateurs et interrupteurs sur le boîtier.
• Etre capable de fournir suffisamment de puissance et d’espace
pour tous les lecteurs que vous voulez installer.
• Son modèle E/S dans le panneau arrière doit s’apparier avec les
ports E/S et les slots d’extension sur la carte mère.
Pour installer la carte mère dans le boîtier, vous devez:
• Face le côté des ports E/S vers la partie arrière du boîtier.
• Localisez les trous des vis à la fois sur la carte mère et sur la
base du boîtier.
• Placez tous les boulons ou entretoises nécessaires à la base du
boîtier et serrez les.
• Alignez tous les trous des vis de la carte mère avec ces boulons
ou entretoises sur le boîtier.
• Serrez toutes les vis.
Afin de prévenir tout court-circuit du circuit PCB, veillez s’il
vous plaît ENLEVER les goujons métalliques ou les entretoises
s’ils sont déjà installés sur la base du boîtier et n’ont pas de
trous de montage sur cette carte mère avec qui s’aligner.
4.2 Deutsch//Kurze Installationsanleitung
Diese “Kurze Installationsanleitung” enthält nur die
grundlegenden Hardwareinformationen, die Sie zur
Installation Ihres abit-Motherboards benötigen. Details
finden Sie im ausführlichen Handbuch.
Vorsichtsmaßnahmen beim Einrichten der Hardware
• Vor Installation des Motherboards und Ändern von
Einstellungen müssen Sie immer die Stromversorgung
ausschalten und den Stecker von der Steckdose abziehen.
• Erden Sie sich ordnungsgemäß, indem Sie ein statisches
Handgelenksband tragen, bevor Sie das Motherboard aus
seinem antistatischen Beutel herausnehmen.
• Halten Sie das Motherboard an seinen Rändern fest.
Kommen Sie nicht mit den darauf befindlichen Komponenten
in Kontakt.
• Berühren Sie keine Modulkontakte und IC-Chips.
• Legen Sie das Motherboard auf eine geerdete, antistatische
Oberfläche oder auf den antistatischen Beutel, in dem sich
das Motherboard befand.
Installieren des Motherboards im Gehäuse
Das Computergehäuse für dieses Motherboard sollte folgenden
Voraussetzungen entsprechen:
• Es eignet sich für den Formfaktor dieses Motherboards.
• Anzeigen und Schalter am Gehäuse werden von allen
Kabelanschlüssen auf dem Motherboard unterstützt.
• Es liefert genügend Strom und besitzt ausreichend Platz für
alle zu installierenden Laufwerke.
• Seine rückseitigen Anschlussblende stimmt mit der
rückseitigen Anschlussblende und den
Erweiterungssteckplätzen auf dem Motherboard überein.
So wird das Motherboard im Gehäuse installiert:
• Legen Sie die Seite mit den E/A-Anschlüssen an die
Rückseite des Gehäuses.
• Finden Sie die Schraubenlöcher auf dem Motherboard und
auf dem Gehäuseboden.
• Legen Sie alle erforderlichen Stehbolzen oder Distanzstücke
auf den Gehäuseboden und befestigen Sie diese.
• Richten Sie alle Schraubenlöcher auf dem Motherboard mit
den Stehbolzen oder Distanzstücken auf dem
Gehäuseboden aus.
• Schrauben Sie das Motherboard fest.
Damit kein Kurzschluss auf der Leiterplatine erzeugt werden
kann, ENTFERNEN Sie bereits auf dem Gehäuseboden
befindliche Stehbolzen oder Distanzstücke aus Metall, wenn
sich diese nicht mit den Befestigungslöchern dieses
Motherboards ausrichten lassen.
Jumper zum Löschen des CMOS-Inhalts
Dieser Jumper löscht den Inhalt des CMOS-Speichers, um die
BIOS-Daten zurückzusetzen. Sie müssen den Inhalt des
CMOS-Speichers löschen, wenn die BIOS-Einstellungen falsch
sind und sie zu einem Fehlbetrieb des Motherboards führen.
Um den Inhalt des CMOS-Speichers zu löschen, stecken Sie
alle Netzkabel vom Motherboard ab, setzen Sie die
Jumperkappe einige wenige Sekunden auf die Einstellung
“CMOS löschen” und setzen Sie sie dann wieder zurück auf die
Einstellung “Normal”. Nach dem Wiederanschluss aller
Netzkabel und einem Neustart des Computers setzt sich der
BIOS-Inhalt auf seine Standardkonfiguration zurück.
Anschließen der Gehäusekomponenten
ATX-Stromversorgung: [ATXPWR1], [ATX12V1]
Lüfteranschlüsse (FAN): [CPUFAN1], [SYSFAN1],
Anschlüsse auf der Vorderseite: [FPIO1]
• [HLED]: Kabelanschluss für Festplattenzugriffsanzeige.
• [RST]: Kabelanschluss für Rücksetzschalter.
• [SPKR]: Kabelanschluss für Kabelanschluss für
• [SLED]: Kabelanschluss für Suspend-LED.
• [PWR]: Kabelanschluss für Netzschalter.
• [PLED]: Kabelanschluss für Betriebsanzeige (LED).
Zusatz-Header für USB-Anschluss: [FP-USB1], [FP-USB2]
Zusätzlicher IEEE 1394-Anschluss-Header: [FP-1394-1],
Audioanschluss-Header auf der Vorderseite: [FP-AUDIO1]
Interne Audioanschlüsse: [CD1], [AUX1]
Installieren der CPU mit Kühlkörper
Da es unterschiedliche CPUs (Prozessoren) mit Kühlkörpern
zur Auswahl gibt, die jeweils unterschiedlich installiert werden
müssen, beachten Sie bitte genau die Installationsanweisungen
auf der von Ihnen gekauften Verpackung. Die CPU ist ein
empfindliches, elektronisches Gerät, das während des Betriebs
sehr viel Hitze erzeugt. Seien Sie bitte vorsichtig bei der
Wenn der Kühlkörper am Prozessor angebracht ist, verbinden
Sie das CPU-Lüfterkabel mit dem [CPUFAN1]-Anschluss auf
dem Motherboard.
Installieren von Speichermodulen
• Drücken Sie die Verriegelungen auf beiden Seiten des
Steckplatzes herunter.
• Richten Sie das Speichermodul mit dem Steckplatz aus. Der
Steckplatz ist gekerbt und das Speichermodul hat einen
Ausschnitt, so dass es nur in eine Richtung passt.
• Drücken Sie das Speichermodul fest in den Steckplatz
hinein. Die Verriegelungen des Steckplatzes bewegen sich
automatisch nach oben und rasten in den Rändern des
Sp[eichermoduls ein.
• Um das Speichermodul zu entfernen, drücken Sie die
Verriegelungen auf beiden Seiten des Steckplatzes
gleichzeitig nach unten und ziehen Sie dann das
Speichermodul heraus.
Anschließen von Speichergeräten
Anschließen von Diskettenlaufwerken: [FDC1]
Anschließen von IDE-Festplatten: [IDE1], [IDE2]
Anschließen von SATA-Festplatten: [SATA1] ~ [SATA4]
Anschlüsse auf der Rückseite
• Mouse: Anschluss für eine PS/2-Maus.
• keyboard: Anschluss für eine PS/2-Tastatur.
• LPT1: Anschluss für einen Drucker oder andere Geräte, die
das parallele Kommunikationsprotokoll unterstützen.
• COM1: Anschluss für ein externes Modem, eine Maus oder
andere Geräte, die das serielle Kommunikationsprotokoll
• OPT-IN1: Dieser Anschluss ist ein optischer S/P
DIF-Eingang für digitale Multimediageräte.
• OPT-OUT1: Dieser Anschluss ist ein optischer S/P
DIF-Ausgang für digitale Multimediageräte.
• AUDIO1: Anschluss für 7.1 Kanal HD Audio
• IEEE 1394: Anschluss für Geräte mit IEEE 1394-Protokoll.
• LAN1: Anschluss für ein ortsgebundenes Netzwerk.
• USB1/USB2: Anschluss für USB-Geräte wie Scanner,
digitale Lautsprecher, Monitor, Maus, Tastatur, Hub,
Digitalkamera, Joystick, etc.
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4.3 Italiano//Guida all’installazione rapida
Questa “Guida all’installazione rapida” contiene solamente
le informazioni di base sull’hardware necessarie
all’installazione della scheda madre abit. Fare riferimento
alla versione completa della guida per eseguire le
operazioni avanzate.
Precauzioni sull’installazione dell’hardware
• Spegnere sempre l’unità e scollegare il cavo d’alimentazione
dalla presa CA prima di installare la scheda o modificare
qualsiasi impostazione.
• Indossare una fascetta antistatica prima di rimuovere la scheda
dalla busta antistatica.
• Tenere la scheda per i lati. Evitare di toccare qualsiasi
componente presente sulla scheda.
• Evitare di toccare i contatti dei moduli ed i chip IC.
• Appoggiare la scheda su una superficie antistatica con massa a
terra, oppure nella busta in cui la scheda è confezionata.
Installazione della scheda nella struttura
La struttura del computer deve:
• Accomodare le dimensioni di questa scheda madre
• Supportare tutti i connettori di cablaggio sulla scheda madre ai
relativi indicatori ed interruttori sulla struttura.
• Essere in grado si fornire spazio ed alimentazione sufficienti per
tutte le unità che si intendono installare.
• Il modello I/O del pannello posteriore deve combaciare con le
porte I/O e gli alloggiamenti d’espansione sulla scheda madre.
Per installare la scheda madre nella struttura si deve:
• Disporre il lato con le porte I/O verso la parte posteriore della
• Ubicare i fori delle viti sulla scheda e sulla base della struttura.
• Collocare e stringere tutte le guarnizioni o spaziatori necessari
sulla base della struttura.
• Allineare tutti i fori delle viti sulla scheda con quelli delle
guarnizioni o spaziatori sulla struttura.
• Stringere tutte le viti.
• [PWR]: collega al cavo Interruttore alimentazione.
• [PLED]: collega al cavo LED alimentazione.
Collettore porta USB aggiuntiva: [FP-USB1], [FP-USB2]
Collettore porta IEEE 1394 aggiuntiva: [FP-1394-1], [FP-1394-2]
Collettore di collegamento audio del pannello frontale:
Connettori audio interni: [CD1], [AUX1]
Installazione della CPU e del dispersore di calore
Dato che ci sono vari tipi di CPU (Central Processing Unit) e relativi
dispersori di calore tra cui scegliere, ciascuno con metodi diversi
d’installazione, seguire esattamente le istruzioni d’installazione
allegate alla confezione della CPU acquistata. La CPU è un
dispositivo elettronico delicato che produce una grande quantità di
calore quando è in funzionamento. Procedere con estrema
Al completamento dell’installazione del dispersore di calore sul
processore, collegare l’alimentazione della ventolina di
raffreddamento della CPU al connettore [CPUFAN1] sulla scheda
Installazione dei moduli di memoria
• Spingere verso il basso i fermagli ad entrambe le estremità
• Allineare il modulo di memoria con l’alloggiamento.
L’alloggiamento è dotato di dentellatura ed il modulo di memoria
è dotato di intagli così che possono combaciare in una sola
• Installare il modulo di memoria nell’alloggiamento premendo
verso il basso con fermezza. I fermagli dell’alloggiamento
scattano verso l’alto automaticamente bloccando i lati del modulo
di memoria.
• Per rimuovere il modulo di memoria, spingere
contemporaneamente verso il basso i fermagli su entrambi i lati
dell’alloggiamento, quindi estrarre il modulo di memoria.
Per evitare di mandare in corto il circuito il PCB, si prega di
RIMUOVERE le guarnizioni o gli spaziatori metallici che sono
già stati installati sulla base della struttura, e che sono
sprovvisti di fori di montaggio in grado di allinearsi con la
scheda madre.
Collegamento dei dispositivi d’archiviazione
Azzeramento del jumper CMOS
Collegamento di dischi rigidi Serial ATA: [SATA1] ~ [SATA4]
Per azzerare la memoria CMOS, scollegare tutti i cavi
d’alimentazione della scheda madre, collocare per alcuni secondi il
cappuccio del jumper all’impostazione “Clear CMOS” (Azzeramento
CMOS) e poi rimetterlo nella sua impostazione normale “Normal”.
Dopo avere ricollegato tutti i cavi d’alimentazione ed avere riavviato il
sistema, i contenuti del BIOS saranno ripristinati alla loro
configurazione predefinita.
Collegamento dei componenti della struttura
Alimentazione ATX: [ATXPWR1], [ATX12V1]
Connettori ventolina: [CPUFAN1], [SYSFAN1], [AUXFAN1],
Connettori del pannello frontale: [FPIO1]
• [HLED]: collega al cavo LED disco rigido.
• [RST]: collega al cavo Interruttore ripristino.
• [SPKR]: collega al cavo delle casse di sistema.
• [SLED]: collega al cavo LED sospensione.
IP35 Pro
Collegamento dei dischi rigidi IDE: [IDE1], [IDE2]
Collegamenti del pannello posteriore
• Mouse: collega al mouse PS/2.
• Keyboard: collega alla tastiera PS/2.
• LPT1: collega alla stampante o ad altri dispositivi che supportano
il protocollo di comunicazione parallela.
• COM1: collega al modem esterno, al mouse o ad altri dispositivi
che supportano il protocollo di comunicazione seriale.
• OPT-IN1: Questo connettore fornisce un collegamento in entrata
di tipo S/PDIF attraverso fibra ottica da apparecchi multimediali
• OPT-OUT1: Questo connettore fornisce un collegamento in
uscita di tipo S/PDIF attraverso fibra ottica ad apparecchi
multimediali digitali.
• AUDIO1: Questo connettore fornisce un collegamento canale
audio in entrata/in uscita di tipo 7.1.
• IEEE 1394: collega ai dispositivi del protocollo IEEE 1394.
• LAN1: collega alla rete locale LAN (Local Area Network).
• USB1/USB2: collega a dispositivi USB come scanner, casse
digitali, monitor, mouse, tastiere, hub, macchine fotografiche
digitali, joystick ecc.
Multilingual QIG
Questo jumper è utilizzato per azzerare la memoria CMOS in modo
da ripristinare i contenuti del BIOS. Potrebbe essere necessario
azzerare la memoria CMOS se le impostazioni del BIOS sono
scorrette ed impediscono alla scheda madre di funzionare.
Collegamento dell’unità dischetti floppy: [FDC1]
4.4 Español//Guía rápida de instalación
Esta “Guía de instalación rápida” contiene solamente la
información básica sobre el hardware que puede necesitar
durante la instalación de la placa base abit. Para conocer el
funcionamiento avanzado, es necesario consultar la
versión completa.
Precauciones durante la configuración del hardware
• Apague siempre la fuente de alimentación y desenchufe el
cable antes de instalar la placa base o cambiar su
• Conéctese a una toma de tierra utilizando una muñequera
de seguridad estática antes de retirar la placa base de la
bolsa antiestática.
• Sujete la placa por los bordes. Evite tocar los componentes.
• Evite tocar los contactos del módulo y los chips IC
• Coloque la placa en una superficie antiestática con toma de
tierra o en la bolsa en la que se suministre la placa.
Instalación de la placa en el chasis
El chasis del ordenador para esta placa base debe:
• Acomodar el factor forma de esta placa base.
• Admitir todas las conexiones de cable de la placa base a los
indicadores e interruptores del chasis.
• Ser capaz de suministrar suficiente energía y espacio para
todas las unidades que desee instalar.
• La etiqueta I/O del panel trasero debe coincidir con los
puertos I/O y las ranuras de expansión de la placa base.
Para instalar la placa base en el chasis, debe:
• Colocar el lado de los puertos I/O hacia la parte trasera del
• Localizar los orificios de los tornillos en la placa base y en el
• Colocar todos los pernos o separadores en el chasis y
• Alinear todos los orificios de los tornillos de la placa base
con los pernos o los separadores del chasis.
• Apretar todos los tornillos.
Para evitar un cortocircuito en el circuito PCB, RETIRE los
pernos o separadores de metal si ya están instalados en el
chasis y que se encuentren sin orificios de montaje en la
placa base con los que alinearse.
Puente de borrado de la CMOS
Este Puente se utiliza para borrar la memoria CMOS para
reiniciar el contenido de la BIOS. Puede que sea necesario
borrar la memoria CMOS si la configuración de la BIOS es
incorrecta y hace que la placa base no funcione.
Para borrar la memoria de la CMOS, desconecte todos los
cables de alimentación de la placa base, conecte puente en la
configuración "Borrar CMOS" durante unos segundos y, a
continuación, vuelva a colocar el puente en la posición de
"Normal". Tras reconectar la alimentación y reiniciar el equipo,
el contenido de la BIOS se reiniciará a la configuración
Conexión de los componentes del chasis
Fuente de alimentación ATX: [ATXPWR1], [ATX12V1]
Conexiones de ventilador: [CPUFAN1], [SYSFAN1],
Conexiones del panel frontal: [FPIO1]
• [HLED]: Conecte el cable del LED del disco duro.
• [RST]: Conecte el cable del interruptor de reinicio.
• [SPKR]: Conecte el cable del altavoz del sistema.
• [SLED]: Conecte el cable del LED de suspensión.
• [PWR]: Conecte el cable del interruptor de encendido.
• [PLED]: Conecte el cable del LED de encendido.
Terminal de puerto USB adicional: [FP-USB1], [FP-USB2]
Terminal de puerto IEEE 1394 adicional: [FP-1394-1],
Terminal de conexión de audio del panel frontal:
Conexiones de audio internas: [CD1], [AUX1]
Instalación de la CPU y el juego de disipador de calor
Dado que existen tres tipos de unidades de procesamiento
central (CPU) y disipadores de calor entre los que elegir, cada
uno con una forma de instalación distinta, siga exactamente las
instrucciones de instalación que encontrará en la caja del
producto. La CPU es un dispositivo electrónico delicado que
proporciona una gran cantidad de calor cuando se encuentra
en funcionamiento. Preste mucha atención a su instalación.
Tras completar la instalación del disipador de calor en el
procesador, conecte la alimentación del ventilador de
refrigeración de la CPU en la conexión [CPUFAN1] en la placa
Instalación de los módulos de memoria
• Empuje los cierres situados a ambos lados del zócalo.
• Alinee el modulo de memoria con el zócalo. El zócalo está
marcado con una protuberancia y el módulo incluye una
ranura para que sólo pueda ajustar en una dirección.
• Instale el modulo de memoria en el zócalo apretando
firmemente. El zócalo empujará automáticamente hacia
arriba los cierres de los bordes y fijará el módulo de
• Para retirar el modulo de memoria, pulse en los cierres de
los lados del zócalo simultáneamente y tire del módulo.
Conexión de dispositivos de almacenamiento
Conexión de una unidad de disco: [FDC1]
Conexión de unidades de disco duro: [IDE1], [IDE2]
Conexión de unidades de disco duro de serie ATA: [SATA1]
~ [SATA4]
Conexión del panel trasero
• Mouse: Conecte el ratón PS/2.
• Keyboard: Conecte el teclado PS/2.
• LPT1: Conecte la impresora u otros dispositivos que
admitan el protocolo de comunicaciones paralelo.
• COM1: Conecte un módem externo, ratón u otros
dispositivos que admitan el protocolo de comunicación de
• OPT-IN1: Este conector proporciona una conexión de
entrada S/PDIF a través de fibra óptica procedente de
dispositivos multimedia digitales.
• OPT-OUT1: Este conector proporciona una conexión de
salida S/PDIF a través de fibra óptica hacia dispositivos
multimedia digitales.
• AUDIO1: Este conector proporciona una conexión de
entrada y salida de audio de 7.1 canales.
• IEEE 1394: Conecte dispositivos de protocolo IEEE 1394.
• LAN1: Conecte una red de área local.
• USB1/USB2: Conecte dispositivos USB como, por ejemplo,
un escáner, altavoces digitales, monitor, ratón, teclado,
concentrador, cámara digital, joystick etc.
IP35 Pro
4.5 Português//Guia de instalação rápida
Este “Guia de instalação rápida” contém apenas
informação essencial sobre o hardware e necessária à
instalação da sua placa principal abit. Para mais
informações, terá de consultar a versão integral deste guia.
Normas de segurança a ter em conta durante a montagem do
• Desligue sempre a fonte de alimentação e desligue o cabo de
alimentação da tomada a.c. antes de instalar a placa ou alterar
quaisquer definições.
• Antes de remover a placa da embalagem anitestática, ligue-se à
terra utilizando uma pulseira antiestática.
• Segure a placa pelas extremidades. Evite tocar em qualquer
• Evite tocar nos contactos do módulo e nos chips do circuito
• Coloque a placa principal sobre uma superfície antiestática ou na
embalagem antiestática onde a mesma vinha.
Instalar a placa principal no chassis
Para instalar esta placa principal, o chassis do computador deve:
• Acomodar o formato específico desta placa.
• Suportar a ligação de todos os conectores existentes na placa
principal aos indicadores e comutadores do chassis.
• Ter capacidade para fornecer energia e espaço suficiente para
todas as unidades que pretender instalar.
• As ranhuras de entrada/saída no painel traseiro devem
corresponder à localização das portas de entrada/saída e às
ranhuras de expansão da placa principal.
Para instalar a placa principal no chassis, deve:
• Fazer corresponder a localização das portas de entrada/saída
com as ranhuras existentes na parte traseira do chassis.
• Localizar os orifícios dos parafusos tanto na placa principal como
no chassis.
• Colocar todos os pinos e espaçadores necessários no chassis e
• Alinhar todos os orifícios dos parafusos na placa principal com
os pinos e espaçadores no chassis.
• Aparafusar todos os parafusos.
[SPKR]: Faz a ligação ao cabo do sistema de colunas.
[SLED]: Faz a ligação ao cabo do LED de suspensão.
[PWR]: Faz a ligação ao cabo do botão de alimentação.
[PLED]: Faz a ligação ao cabo do LED do botão de alimentação.
Suporte adicional à porta USB: [FP-USB1], [FP-USB2]
Suporte adicional para porta IEEE 1394: [FP-1394-1], [FP-1394-2]
Suporte da ligação áudio do painel frontal: [FP-AUDIO1]
Conectores internos de áudio: [CD1], [AUX1]
Instalar a CPU & Montar o dissipador de calor
Uma vez que existem vários tipos de Unidades centrais de
processamento (CPUs) e respectivos dissipadores de calor com
modos diferentes de instalação, siga cuidadosamente as instruções
de instalação que constam da embalagem. A CPU é um dispositivo
electrónico delicado que gera uma enorme quantidade de calor
durante o seu funcionamento. Proceda à sua instalação com
Após instalar o dissipador de calor no processador, ligue a ventoinha
de arrefecimento da CPU ao conector [CPUFAN1] existente na
placa principal.
Instalar os módulos de memória
• Exerça pressão em sentido descendente sobre as patilhas
situadas em ambos os lados da ranhura.
• Alinhe o módulo de memória com a ranhura. A ranhura
apresenta alguns entalhes e o módulo de memória alguns
recortes que fazem com que o módulo de memória apenas
encaixe numa direcção.
• Introduza o módulo de memória na ranhura exercendo pressão
sobre o mesmo em sentido descendente. As patilhas da ranhura
encaixam automaticamente nas extremidades do módulo de
• Para remover o módulo de memória, pressione as patilhas
localizadas em ambos os lados da ranhura em simultâneo e em
sentido descendente, e de seguida puxe o módulo de memória
para fora.
Ligar dispositivos de armazenamento
Ligar a unidade de disquete: [FDC1]
Jumper para limpeza do CMOS
Ligações no painel traseiro
• Mouse: Ligação do rato PS/2.
• Keyboard: Ligação do teclado PS/2.
• LPT1: Ligação da impressora ou de outros dispositivos que
suportem o protocolo de comunicação paralela.
• COM1: Ligação do modem externo, do rato ou de outros
dispositivos que suportem o protocolo de comunicação série.
• OPT-IN1: Este conector permite a ligação da entrada S/PDIF a
partir de dispositivos multimédia digitais e através de fibras
• OPT-OUT1: Este conector permite a ligação da saída S/PDIF a
partir de dispositivos multimédia digitais e através de fibras
• AUDIO1: Este conector permite a ligação de uma entrada/saída
de áudio de canal 7.1.
• IEEE 1394: Ligação de dispositivos do protocolo IEEE 1394.
• LAN1: Ligação da rede local.
• USB1/USB2: Ligação de dispositivos USB tais como scanners,
colunas digitais, monitor, rato, teclado, hub, câmara digital,
Este jumper é utilizado para limpar a memória CMOS de forma a
restaurar o conteúdo da BIOS. Pode ser necessário limpar a
memória CMOS caso as definições da BIOS estejam incorrectas
fazendo com que a placa principal não funcione.
Para limpar a memória CMOS, desligue todos os cabos de
alimentação da placa principal, coloque o shunt do jumper na
posição “Clear CMOS” durante alguns segundos e de seguida volte
a colocar o shunt do jumper na posição “Normal”. Depois de ligar e
reiniciar o computador, o conteúdo da BIOS é restaurado para a
configuração predefinida.
Ligar os componentes do chassis
Fonte de alimentação ATX: [ATXPWR1], [ATX12V1]
Conectores da ventoinha: [CPUFAN1], [SYSFAN1], [AUXFAN1],
Conectores de painel frontal: [FPIO1]
• [HLED]: Faz a ligação ao cabo do LED da unidade de disco
• [RST]: Faz a ligação ao cabo do botão Reset.
IP35 Pro
Ligar as unidades de disco rígido IDE: [IDE1], [IDE2]
Ligar unidades de disco rígido série ATA : [SATA1] ~ [SATA4]
Multilingual QIG
Para evitar o curto-circuito da placa de circuito impresso,
REMOVA os pinos metálicos caso estes estejam já colocados
no chassis e não estejam alinhados com os orifícios
correspondentes na placa principal.
4.6 Русский//Краткое руководство по установке
В “Кратком руководстве по установке” содержится только
основная информация о техническом обеспечении, которая
вам может понадобиться при установке материнской платы
abit. Описание дополнительных операций вы найдете в
полной версии руководства.
Предостережения по установке технического обеспечения
• Перед тем, как установить плату или поменять установку,
обязательно выключите питание и выдерните шнур
питания из розетки.
• Перед тем, как вынуть плату из антистатической упаковки
тщательно заземлите себя с помощью предохранительной
статической повязки на запястье.
• Держите плату за края. Старайтесь не касаться ее
• Старайтесь не касаться контактов модуля и чипов IC
• Кладите плату на заземленную антистатическую поверхность
или на антистатическую упаковку от платы.
Установка платы в корпус
Корпус компьютера должен:
• Подходить к форме данной материнской платы.
• Поддерживать кабельные соединения материнской платы с
индикатором и переключателем на корпусе.
• Обеспечивать достаточное питание и пространство для всех
дисководов, которые вы намерены установить.
• Шаблоны входа/выхода на задней панели корпуса
компьютера должны соответствовать портам входа/выхода и
слотам расширения материнской платы.
Чтобы установить материнскую плату в корпусе:
• Направьте порты входа/выхода к задней части корпуса.
• Найдите отверстия для крепежных винтов на материнской
плате и на корпусе.
• Вставьте все необходимые шпильки или прокладки в
основание корпуса и закрепите их.
• Соедините все винтовые отверстия на материнской плате
этими шпильками или прокладками с корпусом.
• Закрепите все винты.
Чтобы избежать короткого замыкания в БУП, просим
УДАЛИТЬ металлические шпильки или прокладки, если
таковые установлены в основании корпуса, а на
материнской плате нет соответствующих им
крепежных отверстий.
Перемычка для очистки CMOS
Перемычка используется для очистки памяти CMOS, чтобы
переустановить содержимое BIOS. Вам может понадобиться
очистить память CMOS, если настройки BIOS неправильны и не
позволяет работать материнской плате.
Чтобы очистить память CMOS, отсоедините все кабели питания
от материнской платы, на несколько секунд присоедините
колодку перемычки к гнезду настройки “Очистить CMOS”, а
потом верните ее обратно в гнездо настройки “Нормальная”.
Потом снова подключите питание и перезагрузите компьютер;
содержимое BIOS настроится на конфигурацию по умолчанию.
Соединение компонентов корпуса
Электропитание ATX: [ATXPWR1], [ATX12V1]
Соединения передней панели: [FPIO1]
• [HLED]: Соединяется с кабелем HDD LED.
• [RST]: Соединяется с кабелем включателя перезагрузки.
• [SPKR]: Соединяется с кабелем системного динамика.
• [SLED]: Соединяется с кабелем индикатора приостановки.
• [PWR]: Соединяется с кабелем выключателя питания.
• [PLED]: Соединяется с кабелем индикатора питания.
Дополнительная насадка порта USB: [FP-USB1], [FP-USB2]
Дополнительная насадка порта IEEE 1394: [FP-1394-1],
Насадка аудио соединения на передней панели: [FP-AUDIO1]
Внутренние звуковые разъемы: [CD1], [AUX1]
Установка CPU и блока теплоотвода
Так как существует большой выбор разных типов центральных
процессоров (CPU) и их блоков теплоотвода, и так как каждый
из них устанавливается по-разному, просим строго
придерживаться инструкций по установке, которые вы найдете в
купленном вами пакете. CPU – это тонкое электронное
устройство, которое во время работы выделяет огромное
количество тепла. Просим приниматься за установку с
предельной осторожностью.
Установив теплоотвод на процессор, соедините питание
вентилятора охлаждения CPU с разъемом [CPUFAN1] на
материнской плате.
Установка модулей памяти
• Надавите вниз на защелки с обеих сторон слота.
• Направьте модуль памяти в слот. Слот снабжен зазубриной,
а модуль памяти снабжен выемкой так, что они могут
совпасть только в одном положении.
• Сильно нажав на модуль памяти вниз, вставьте его в слот.
Защелки слота автоматически защелкнутся по бокам модуля
• Желая вынуть модуль памяти, нажмите вниз на обе защелки
слота одновременно и вытащите модуль памяти.
Соединение устройств хранения данных
Соединение дисковода гибких дисков: [FDC1]
Соединение жестких дисков IDE: [IDE1], [IDE2]
Соединение последовательных жестких дисков ATA:
[SATA1] ~ [SATA4]
Соединения задней панели
• Мouse: Соедините с PS/2 мышь.
• Keyboard: Соедините с PS/2 клавиатуру.
• LPT1: Соедините с принтером или другими устройствами,
поддерживающими протокол параллельного
• COM1: Соедините с внешним модемом, мышью или другими
устройствами, поддерживающими протокол
последовательного взаимодействия.
• OPT-IN1: Данный разъем обеспечивает подключение
оптоволоконного кабеля S/PDIF от мультимедийных
• OPT-OUT1: Данный разъем обеспечивает выходное
подключение оптоволоконного кабеля S/PDIF к
мультимедийным устройствам.
• AUDIO1: Данный разъем обеспечивает входное и выходное
подключение 7.1-канального аудиосигнала.
• IEEE 1394: Соедините с устройствами протокола IEEE 1394.
• LAN1: Соедините с локальной сетью.
• USB1/USB2: Соедините с такими устройствами USB, как
сканер, цифровые динамики, монитор, мышь, клавиатура,
хаб, цифровая камера, джойстик и т.д.
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4.7 Eesti//Kiirpaigaldusjuhend
Käesolev “Kiirpaigaldusjuhend” sisaldab ainult
abit-emaplaadi paigaldamiseks vajalikku riistvaraalast
põhiteavet. Edasijõudnud kasutamiseks tuleb teil ikkagi
pöörduda täisversiooni poole.
• [SLED]: Ühendage peatusindikaatori (Suspend LED)
Ettevaatusabinõud riistvara paigaldamisel
Täiendav USB-pordi päis: [FP-USB1], [FP-USB2]
• Enne emaplaadi paigaldamist või ümberseadistamist lülitage
Täiendav IEEE 1394 pordi päis: [FP-1394-1], [FP-1394-2]
alati eelnevalt toide välja ning lahutage toitejuhe
Enne plaadi antistaatilisest kotist välja võtmist maandage
end korralikult antistaatilise turvarandmerihma abil.
Hoidke plaati selle servadest. Vältige suvaliste sellel
paiknevate komponentide puudutamist.
Vältige mooduli kontaktide ja mikroskeemide puudutamist.
Asetage plaat maandatud antistaatilisele pinnale või
komplekti kuuluvale antistaatilisele kotile.
Plaadi raamile paigaldamine
Selle emaplaadi jaoks peab arvuti raam:
• Sobima selle emaplaadi kujuga.
• Toetama kõiki emaplaati raami indikaatorite ja lülititega
ühendatavaid konnektoreid.
• Tagama piisavalt võimsust ja ruumi kõikide draivide jaoks,
mida te kavatsete paigaldada.
• S/V-mall selle tagapaneelil peab vastama emaplaadi
S/V-portidele ja laienduspesadele.
Emaplaadi raamile paigaldamiseks tuleb teil:
• Pöörata see S/V-portide küljega raami tagaosa suunas.
• Määrata kruviaukude asukoht nii emaplaadil kui raamil
• Paigutada raami alusele vajalikud poldid ja seibid ning neid
• Joondage kõik emaplaadi kruviaugud raamile paiknevate
• Pingutada kõiki kinnitusi.
CMOS kustutamise sillus
Seda sillust kasutatakse CMOS-mälu kustutamiseks BIOSi
ümberseadistamisel. Teil võib tekkida CMOS-mälu kustutamise
vajadus vale, emaplaadi tööd takistava BIOSi seadistuse korral.
CMOS-mälu kustutamiseks lahutage emaplaadist kõik
toitekaablid, ühendage silluse kork mõneks sekundiks
kustutamisasendisse “Clear CMOS” ning ühendage seejärel
silluse kork uuesti vaikeasendisse “Normal”. Pärast
toitekaablite tagasiühendamist ja taaskäivitamist taastub BIOSi
Raami komponentide ühendamine
ATX toiteallikas: [ATXPWR1], [ATX12V1]
Ventilaatorite konnektorid: [CPUFAN1], [SYSFAN1],
Esipaneeli konnektorid: [FPIO1]
• [HLED]: Ühendage HDD LED-kaabliga.
• [RST]: Ühendage lähtestusnupu (Reset) kaabliga.
• [SPKR]: Ühendage süsteemikõlari kaabliga.
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Esipaneeli audioühenduse päis: [FP-AUDIO1]
Sisemised audiokonnektorid: [CD1], [AUX1]
Protsessori ja jahutusradiaatori paigaldus
Kuna valida on mitmete erineva paigaldusskeemiga
protsessorite (CPU) ja jahutusradiaatorite vahel, järgige palun
täpselt teie poolt ostetud paketi paigaldusjuhiseid. CPU on
tundlik elektroonikaseade, mis oma töö käigus eraldab suurel
hulgal soojust. Palun jätkake ülima ettevaatusega.
Olles lõpetanud jahutusradiaatori paigaldamise protsessorile,
ühendage CPU ja jahutusventilaator emaplaadi [CPUFAN1]
Mälumoodulite paigaldamine
• Vajutage pesa mõlemal pool paiknevad riivid alla.
• Joondage mälumoodul pesaga. Pesa on varustatud eendiga
ja mälumoodul väljalõikega, seega saavad nad sobituda
ainult ühes suunas.
• Mälumooduli pessa paigaldamisel suruge seda kindlalt alla.
Pesa riivid tõusevad automaatselt ülespoole ja haaravad
mälumooduli servi.
• Mälumooduli eemaldamiseks suruge üheaegselt pesa
mõlemal pool paiknevaid lukusteid allapoole ning tõmmake
seejärel mälumoodul välja.
Salvestusseadmete ühendamine
Disketidraivide ühendamine: [FDC1]
IDE kõvaketaste ühendamine: [IDE1], [IDE2]
Jadaühendusega ATA kõvaketta draivid: [SATA1] ~
Tagapaneeli ühendus
• Mouse: Ühendage PS/2 hiirega.
• Keyboard Ühendage PS/2 klaviatuuriga.
• LPT1: Ühendage printeri või teiste seadmetega, mis
toetavad paralleelset sideprotokolli.
• COM1: Ühendage välise modemiga, hiirega või teiste
seadmetega, mis toetavad järjestikulist sideprotokolli.
• OPT-IN1: See konnektor koos fiiberoptikaga võimaldab
digitaalsete multimeediaseadmete S/PDIF sisendühendust.
• OPT-OUT1: See konnektor koos fiiberoptikaga võimaldab
digitaalsete multimeediaseadmete S/PDIFväljundühendust.
• AUDIO1: See konnektor võimaldab 7.1-kanali audio
• IEEE 1394: Ühendage IEEE 1394 protokolli seadmega.
• LAN1: Ühendage kohtvõrguga.
• USB1/USB2: Ühendage USB-seadmega, nagu skanner,
digitaalkõlarid, monitor, hiir, klaviatuur, jaotur,
digitaalkaamera, juhtkang jne.
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Trükkplaadi lühiste vältimiseks EEMALDAGE palun kõik
raamil paiknevad metallpoldid ja -seibid, mille jaoks sellel
emaplaadil puuduvad vastavad paigaldusaugud, millega
neid joondada.
• [PWR]: Ühendage toitelüliti kaabliga.
• [PLED]: Ühendage toiteindikaatori (Power LED) kaabliga.
4.8 Latviski//Ātrās instalēšanas instrukcija
Šī “Ātrās instalēšanas instrukcija” ietver tikai pamata
norādes iekārtai, kas nepieciešamas, instalējot abit
mātesplati. Pilnīgākai darbībai nepieciešams iegūt
instrukcijas paplašināto variantu.
Piesardzības pasākumi iekārtas uzstādīšanā
• Vienmēr pirms plates pievienošanas vai jebkuru uzstādījumu
izmaiņām izslēdziet strāvas padevi un atvienojiet vadu no
maiņstrāvas barošanas avota.
• Pirms plates izņemšanas no antistatiskās somas nodrošiniet
sev pienācīgu zemējumu, uzliekot statiskās drošības aproci.
• Turiet plati aiz malām. Neskarieties pie tās sastāvdaļām.
• Neskarieties pie moduļa kontaktiem un integrētās shēmas
• Novietojiet plati uz zemētas antistatiskas virsmas vai plates
antistatiskās somas.
Plates instalēšanas šasijā
Datora šasijai attiecībā uz šo mātesplati ir:
• Jābūt piemērotai šīs mātesplates formas faktoram.
• Jāatbalsta visi vadu savienojumi mātesplatē ar indikatoriem
un slēdžiem uz šasijas.
• Jāspēj nodrošināt pietiekamu strāvas jaudu un telpu visiem
pievadiem, kurus paredzēts instalēt.
• Tās ievadizvades ierīcei aizmugures panelī ir jāatbilst
ievadizvades portiem un paplašinājuma slotiem uz
Lai instalētu mātesplati šasijā:
• Pavērsiet ievadizvades portu sānu pret šasijas aizmugures
• Saskaņojiet skrūvju caurumus uz mātesplates un šasijas
• Izvietojiet visus statņus vai starplikas, kas nepieciešami
šasijas pamatnei, un savelciet tos.
• Saskaņojiet visus skrūvju caurumus uz mātesplates ar uz
statņiem vai starplikām esošajiem.
• Savelciet visas skrūves caurumos.
Lai novērstu PCB shēmu, NOŅEMIET tos metāla statņus vai
starplikas, kas jau instalēti uz šasijas pamatnes un ir bez
montāžas caurumiem uz šīs mātesplates to saskaņošanai.
CMOS notīrīšanas tiltslēgs
Šis tiltslēgs tiek izmantots, lai notīrītu CMOS atmiņu BIOS
satura atiestatīšanas nolūkā. CMOS atmiņu var būt
nepieciešams notīrīt, ja BIOS uzstādījumi ir nepareizi un kavē
mātesplates darbību.
Lai notīrītu CMOS atmiņu, atvienojiet visus vadus no
mātesplates, savienojiet tiltslēga uzgali uz dažām sekundēm
uzstādījumā “Clear CMOS” (Notīrīt CMOS) un pēc tam
savienojiet tiltslēga uzgali atpakaļ uzstādījumā “Normal”
(Normāls). Pēc tam pievienojiet strāvu un atsāknējiet; BIOS
saturs tiks atiestatīts tā noklusējuma konfigurācijā.
Šasijas sastāvdaļu pievienošana
ATX barošanas avots: [ATXPWR1], [ATX12V1]
VENTILATORA savienotāji: [CPUFAN1], [SYSFAN1],
Priekšējā paneļa savienotāji: [FPIO1]
• [HLED]: Pievieno HDD LED kabeli.
[RST]: Pievieno atiestates slēdža kabeli.
[SPKR]: Pievieno sistēmas skaļruņa kabeli.
[SLED]: Pievieno LED pārtraukšanas kabeli.
[PWR] (Barošana): Pievieno barošanas slēdža kabeli.
[PLED]: Pievieno barošanas LED kabeli.
Papildu USB porta galvene: [FP-USB1], [FP-USB2]
Papildu IEEE 1394 porta galvene: [FP-1394-1], [FP-1394-2]
Priekšējā paneļa audio savienotāja galvene: [FP-AUDIO1]
Iekšēji audio savienotāji: [CD1], [AUX1]
Centrālā procesora un karstuma iegrimes bloka instalēšana
Tā kā izvēlei tiek piedāvāti vairāki centrālā procesora un tā
karstuma iegrimes bloka veidi, katrs ar atšķirīgu instalēšanas
paņēmienu, ievērojiet precīzi instalēšanas norādes, kuras varat
meklēt pirkuma paketē. Centrālais procesors ir smalka
elektroniska ierīce, kas darbības laikā rada lielu karstumu.
Ievērojiet īpašu uzmanību.
Pēc karstuma iegrimes bloka uz procesora instalēšanas
pabeigšanas pievienojiet centrālā procesora dzesēšanas
ventilatoru barošanu [CPUFAN1] savienotājam uz mātesplates.
Atmiņas moduļu instalēšana
• Nospiediet aizturus abās slota pusēs uz leju.
• Pieskaņojiet atmiņas moduli slotam. Slots ir iezīmēts ar
ierobu, un atmiņas modulis ir iezīmēts ar izgriezumu,
tādējādi tie ir salāgojami tikai vienā virzienā.
• Instalējiet atmiņas moduli slotā, stingri to nospiežot uz leju.
Slots automātiski noslēdz slēdzējus uz augšu un nostiprinās
atmiņas moduļa malās.
• Lai izņemtu atmiņas moduli, vienlaikus nospiediet aizturus
abās slota pusēs uz leju un izvelciet atmiņas moduli.
Uzglabāšanas ierīču pievienošana
Disketes diskdziņa pievienošana: [FDC1]
IDE cieto diskdziņu pievienošana: [IDE1], [IDE2]
Seriālā ATA cietā diska diskdziņu pievienošana: [SATA1] ~
Aizmugures paneļa savienojums
• Mouse: Pievieno PS/2 peli.
• Keyboard: Pievieno PS/2 klaviatūru.
• LPT1: Pievieno printeri vai citas iekārtas, kas atbalsta
paralēldarbības komunikācijas protokolu.
• COM1: Pievieno ārējo modemu, peli vai citas ierīces, kas
atbalsta seriālās komunikācijas protokolu.
• OPT-IN1: Savienotājs nodrošina S/PDIF ieejas pieslēgumu
ar optiskās šķiedras vadu no ciparu multimediju ierīcēm.
• OPT-OUT1: Savienotājs nodrošina S/PDIF izejas
pieslēgumu ar optiskās šķiedras vadu uz ciparu multimediju
• AUDIO1: Savienotājs nodrošina 7.1 kanālu skaņas
ieejas/izejas pieslēgumu.
• IEEE 1394: Pievieno IEEE 1394 protokola ierīces
• LAN1: Savienojums ar lokālo tīklu.
• USB1/USB2: Pievieno USB ierīces, piemēram, skeneri,
ciparu skaļruņus, monitoru, peli, klaviatūru, centrmezglu,
ciparu kameru, kursorsviru.
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4.9 Lietuvių//Trumpas instaliavimo vadovas
Šiame “Trumpame instaliavimo vadove” pateikta tik esminė
informacija apie techninę įrangą, kurios jums gali prireikti
instaliuojant pagrindinę plokštę abit. Papildomų operacijų
aprašymą rasite pilnoje vadovo versijoje.
• [SLED]: Sujunkite su darbo pristabdymo indikatoriaus
Atsargumo priemonės instaliuojant techninę įrangą
Papildomas USB prievado antgalis: [FP-USB1], [FP-USB2]
• Prieš instaliuodami plokštę ar keisdami parametrus visuomet
Papildomas IEEE 1394 prievado antgalis: [FP-1394-1],
Audio jungties antgalis priekiniame panelyje: [FP-AUDIO1]
išjunkite maitinimą ir ištraukite laidą iš elektros rozetės.
Prieš išimdami plokštę iš antistatinio įpakavimo gerai
įsižeminkite antistatiniu saugos raiščiu ant riešo.
Laikykite plokštę už kraštų. Stenkitės neliesti jos
Stenkitės neliesti modulio kontaktų ir IC lustų.
Dėkite plokštę ant įžeminto antistatinio paviršiaus ar
antistatinio plokštės įpakavimo.
Plokštės montavimas į korpusą
Privalomos kompiuterio korpuso savybės:
• Jis turi būti suderinamas su šios pagrindinės plokštės forma.
• Visi korpuso indikatoriai ir jungikliai turi būti suderinami su
šios pagrindinės plokštės kabeliais.
• Turi pakakti galingumo ir erdvės visiems diskasukiams,
kuriuos manote instaliuoti.
• Korpuso įeigos/išeigos (I/O) šablonai užpakaliniame
panelyje turi atitikti pagrindinės plokštės I/O prievadus ir
plėtros griovelius.
Instaliuojant pagrindinę plokštę į korpusą reikia:
• Nukreipti I/O prievadų kraštus į užpakalinę korpuso dalį.
• Rasti varžtų angas ant pagrindinės plokštės ir korpuso
• Sudėlioti visus reikiamus varžtus ar tarpiklius į korpuso
pagrindą ir juos užveržti.
• Visas varžtų angas ant pagrindinės plokštės sujungti su
varžtais ar tarpikliais korpuso pagrinde.
• Užveržti varžtus.
Vidinės audio jungtys: [CD1], [AUX1]
CPU ir šilumos šalinimo bloko instaliavimas
Esant dideliam centrinių procesorių (CPU) ir jų šilumos šalinimo
blokų pasirinkimui, kai kiekvienas iš jų yra instaliuojamas savaip,
prašome tiksliai laikytis instaliavimo instrukcijų, lydinčių jūsų
pirkinį. CPU yra subtilus elektroninis įrenginys, darbo metu
išskiriantis didelį šilumos kiekį. Instaliavimo operacijas prašome
atlikti ypatingai įdėmiai.
Sumontavę šilumos šalintoją į procesorių sujunkite CPU
vėdintuvo maitinimą su [CPUFAN1] jungtimi ant pagrindinės
Atminties modulių instaliavimas
• Nuspauskite spragtukus abiejose griovelio pusėse žemyn.
• Nukreipkite atminties modulį į griovelį. Griovelyje yra
dantukas, o atminties modulyje yra išpjova, todėl jie sutampa
tik vienoje padėtyje.
• Tvirtai spausdami žemyn įstatykite atminties modulį į griovelį.
Griovelio spragtukai automatiškai pakyla ir užsišauna ant
atminties modulio kraštų.
• Norėdami išimti atminties modulį tuo pat metu nuspauskite
abu griovelio spragtukus ir ištraukite atminties modulį.
Duomenų saugojimo įrenginių sujungimas
Diskelių diskasukio sujungimas: [FDC1]
Standžiojo disko IDE sujungimas: [IDE1], [IDE2]
Nuosekliųjų standžiųjų diskų ATA sujungimas: [SATA1] ~
Jungė CMOS ištrinti
Užpakalinio panelio sujungimai
Ši jungė yra naudojama CMOS atminčiai ištrinti, kad būtų
galima atitaisyti BIOS turinį. Ištrinti CMOS atmintį gali prireikti,
jei BIOS nuostatos yra neteisingos ir dėl to neveikia pagrindinė
• Mouse: Sujunkite su PS/2 pele.
• Keyboard: Sujunkite su PS/2 klaviatūra.
• LPT1: Sujunkite su spausdintuvu ar kitais įrenginiais,
Norėdami ištrinti CMOS atmintį, atjunkite nuo pagrindinės
plokštės visus maitinimo kabelius, keletai sekundžių sujunkite
jungės trinkelę su aptaisu “Ištrinti CMOS”, o po to vėl įjunkite
jungės trinkelę į jos “Normos” aptaisą. Po to vėl įjunkite
maitininimą ir įkelkite kompiuterį iš naujo - BIOS turinys grįš į
pradinę numatytąją sąranką.
Korpuso komponentų sujungimas
ATX elektros tiekimas: [ATXPWR1], [ATX12V1]
Priekinio panelio jungtys: [FPIO1]
• [HLED]: Sujunkite su HDD LED kabeliu.
• [RST]: Sujunkite su pakartotinos kelties jungiklio kabeliu.
• [SPKR]: Sujunkite su sistemos garsiakalbio kabeliu.
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palaikančiais lygiagretaus ryšio protokolą.
• COM1: Sujunkite su išoriniu modemu, pele ar kitais
įrenginiais, palaikančiais nuoseklaus ryšio protokolą.
• OPT-IN1: Šia jungtimi S/PDIF įvadas optiniu kabeliu
jungiamas nuo skaitmeninių multimedijos prietaisų.
• OPT-OUT1: Šia jungtimi S/PDIF išvadas optiniu kabeliu
jungiamas prie skaitmeninių multimedijos prietaisų.
• AUDIO1: Šia jungtimi prijungiami 7.1-channel garso įvadas
ir išvadas.
• IEEE 1394: Sujunkite su IEEE 1394 protokolo įrenginiais.
• LAN1: Sujunkite su vietiniu tinklu.
• USB1/USB2: Sujunkite su tokiais USB įrenginiais, kaip
skeneris, skaitmeniniai garsiakalbiai, vaizduoklis, pelė,
klaviatūra, koncentratorius, skaitmeninis fotoaparatas,
valdymo svirtis ir pan.
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Trumpam PCB sujungimui išvengti prašome IŠIMTI
metalinius varžtus ar tarpiklius, jei tokių yra korpuso
pagrinde, o pagrindinėje plokštėje nėra juos atitinkančių
montažinių angų.
• [PWR]: Sujunkite su maitinimo tinklo jungiklio kabeliu.
• [PLED]: Sujunkite su maitinimo indikatoriaus kabeliu.
4.10 Polski//Instrukcja szybkiej instalacji
Ta “Instrukcja szybkiej instalacji” zawiera tylko
podstawowe informacje dotyczące sprzętu, wymagane
podczas instalacji płyty głównej abit. Przy
zaawansowanych operacjach, niezbędne będzie
skorzystanie z kompletnej wersji instrukcji.
Środki bezpieczeństwa przy instalacji sprzętu
• Przed instalacją płyty lub zmianą jakichkolwiek ustawień,
należy zawsze wyłączyć zasilanie i odłączyć przewód
zasilający od źródła zasilania prądem zmiennym.
• Przed wyjęciem płyty z opakowania antystatycznego, należy
się odpowiednio uziemić zakładając antystatyczną
nadgarstkową taśmę ochronną.
• Płytę należy trzymać za brzegi. Nie dotykać komponentów
• Nie dotykać styków modułów i układów elektronicznych IC.
• Płytę należy umieścić na uziemionej antystatycznej
powierzchni lub na antystatycznym opakowaniu, w którym
dostarczona była płyta.
Instalacja płyty w obudowie
Obudowa komputera, w której instalowana będzie płyta,
• Być przystosowana do rozmiarów tej płyty.
• Obsługiwać wyprowadzenia wszystkich złączy kablowych
płyty głównej na wskaźniki i przełączniki obudowy.
• Zapewniać odpowiednie zasilanie i miejsce dla wszystkich
napędów, jakie mają zostać zainstalowane.
• Mieć dostosowaną budowę I/O panela tylnego do portów I/O
oraz do gniazd rozszerzeń płyty głównej.
Aby zainstalować płytę główną w obudowie, należy:
• Ustawić płytę stroną z portami I/O w kierunku tylnej części
• Zlokalizować otwory na śruby w płycie głównej i w podstawie
• Ustawić wszystkie podkładki i pierścienie dystansowe
wymagane do instalacji płyty w obudowie i dokręcić je.
• Wyrównać wszystkie otwory na śruby w płycie głównej z
podkładkami i pierścieniami dystansowymi obudowy.
• Dokręcić wszystkie śruby montażowe.
Aby zapobiec zwarciu obwodu PCB, należy USUNĄĆ
metalowe podkładki lub pierścienie dystansowe
zainstalowane w podstawie obudowy, ale nie pasujące do
otworów montażowych płyty głównej.
Zerowanie zworki CMOS
Zworka ta służy do zerowania pamięci CMOS, w celu
skasowania zawartości BIOS. Zerowanie pamięci CMOS może
być potrzebne, jeżeli ustawienia BIOS są nieprawidłowe i
uniemożliwiają działanie płyty głównej.
Aby wyzerować pamięć CMOS, należy odłączyć od płyty
głównej wszystkie kable zasilające i nałożyć na kilka sekund
nasadkę zworki zgodnie z ustawieniem “Zerowanie CMOS
(Clear CMOS)”, a następnie założyć nasadkę zworki z
powrotem, zgodnie z ustawieniem “Normalne (Normal)”. Po
ponownym podłączeniu przewodów zasilających i uruchomieniu
komputera, zostanie przywrócona konfiguracja domyślna BIOS.
Podłączanie elementów obudowy
Zasilacz ATX: [ATXPWR1], [ATX12V1]
Złącza panela przedniego: [FPIO1]
• [HLED]: Podłączenie kabla HDD LED.
• [RST]: Podłączenie kabla przełącznika restartu.
[SPKR]: Podłączenie kabla głośnika systemowego.
[SLED]: Podłączenie kabla diody LED wstrzymania pracy.
[PWR]: Podłączenie kabla przełącznika zasilania.
[PLED]: Podłączenie kabla diody LED zasilania.
Dodatkowy blok połączeń portu USB: [FP-USB1],
Dodatkowy blok portu IEEE 1394: [FP-1394-1], [FP-1394-2]
Blok połączeń audio panela przedniego: [FP-AUDIO1]
Wewnętrzne złącza audio: [CD1], [AUX1]
Instalacja procesora i zespołu chłodzącego
Istnieje wiele typów CPU (Central Processing Unit [Procesora
głównego]) i ich zespołów chłodzących, z których każdy
wymaga innego sposobu instalacji, należy dokładnie stosować
się do instrukcji instalacji znajdującej się w opakowaniu
zakupionego pakietu. Procesor jest delikatnym urządzeniem
elektronicznym wytwarzającym podczas działania duże ilości
ciepła. Podczas jego instalacji należy zachować szczególną
Po zakończeniu instalacji zespołu chłodzącego procesora,
podłącz wentylator chłodzący procesora do złącza [CPUFAN1]
na płycie głównej.
Instalacja modułów pamięci
• Naciśnij w dół zatrzaski po obu stronach gniazda.
• Dopasuj położenie modułu pamięci do gniazda. Gniazdo ma
karb a moduł wycięcie, umożliwiające wyłącznie jeden
kierunek połączenia.
• Zainstaluj moduł pamięci w gnieździe mocno naciskając
moduł w dół. Dźwignie zatrzasków gniazda automatycznie
uniosą się w górę blokując krawędzie modułu pamięci.
• Aby wyjąć moduł pamięci, naciśnij jednocześnie zatrzaski po
obu stronach gniazda, a następnie wyjmij moduł pamięci.
Podłączanie urządzeń pamięci
Podłączanie napędu dyskietek elastycznych: [FDC1]
Podłączanie napędów dysku twardego IDE: [IDE1], [IDE2]
Podłączanie napędów dysku twardego Serial ATA: [SATA1]
~ [SATA4]
Połączenia panela tylnego
• Mouse: Podłączenie myszy PS/2.
• Keyboard: Podłączenie klawiatury PS/2.
• LPT1: Podłączenie drukarki lub innych urządzeń
obsługujących protokół komunikacji równoległej.
• COM1: Podłączenie zewnętrznego modemu, myszy lub
innych urządzeń obsługujących protokół komunikacji
• OPT-IN1: To złącze umożliwia podłączenie do S/PDIF,
poprzez światłowód z cyfrowego urządzenia
• OPT-OUT1: To złącze umożliwia podłączenie z S/PDIF,
poprzez światłowód z cyfrowego urządzenia
• AUDIO1: To złącze umożliwia połączenie wejście/wyjście
sygnału kanału audio 7.1.
• IEEE 1394: Podłączenie urządzeń obsługujących protokół
IEEE 1394.
• LAN1: Podłączenie do sieci lokalnej.
• USB1/USB2: Podłączenie urządzeń USB takich jak skaner,
głośniki cyfrowe, monitor, mysz, klawiatura, hub, kamera
cyfrowa, joystick itd.
IP35 Pro
4.11 Magyar//Gyorstelepítési útmutató
Ez a “Gyorstelepítési útmutató” csak azt az alapvető
hardver információt tartalmazza, amely az abit alaplap
telepítéséhez szükséges. Az előrehaladott üzemeltetéshez,
továbbra is a teljes útmutatót kell használnia.
Hardver beállítási óvintézkedések
• Minding kapcsolják ki a tápot ás áramtalanítsák a készüléket
az alaplap telepítése vagy a beállítások módosítása előtt.
• Mielőtt kivennék az alaplapot antisztatikus zacskójából,
biztonsági fémkarkötő segítségével földeljék le magukat.
• Az alaplapot csak széleinél fogják meg. Ne érintsék meg a
rajta lévő komponenseket.
• Ne érintsék meg a modul kontaktusait vagy az IC lapkákat
• Helyezzék az alaplapot leföldelt antisztatikus felületre vagy
arra az antisztatikus zacskóra amelyben csomagolva volt.
Az alaplap telepítése a házba
A számítógép háza a következő feltéteknek kell megfeleljen:
• Kell tudja fogadni ennek az alaplapnak az alakját.
• Támogatja az alaplap minden huzaljának, jelzőjének és
kapcsolójának a csatlakoztatását a házhoz.
• Képes kell legyen megfelelő tápot és teret biztosítani minden
telepíteni kívánt meghajtónak.
• A hátlapon lévő I/O idomszernek illeszkednie kell az alaplap
I/O portjaihoz és bővítő-helyeihez.
Az alaplap beszerelésére a házba a következőképpen kell
• Az I/O portos oldalt irányítsa a ház hátsó része felé.
• Azonosítsák be a csavarok helyét az alaplapon és a ház
alsó részén.
• Helyezzenek bele a ház alapjába minden érintkező-peceket
vagy távtartót és szorítsák meg őket.
• Állítsák síkba az alaplapon lévő minden csavarrést a házon
lévő érintkező-pecekekkel vagy távtartókkal.
• Szorítsanak meg minden csavart.
Törlő CMOS átkötés
Ennek az átkötésnek a szerepe a CMOS memória törlése,
amely lehetővé teszi a BIOS tartalmának reszettelését.
Szükség lehet a CMOS memória törlésére, amennyiben a BIOS
beállítások nem megfelelőek, és így lehetetlenné teszik az
alaplap használatát.
A CMOS memória törléséhez, bontsanak minden tápot az
alaplappal, csatlakoztassák az átkötés végét a „CMOS törlése”
ponthoz néhány másodpercre, majd csatlakoztassák vissza az
átkötést a „Normális” ponthoz. Miután ismét bekötik a tápot és
újraindítják a gépet, a BIOS visszaáll az alapértelmezett
Készülékház komponenseinek csatlakoztatása
ATX táp: [ATXPWR1], [ATX12V1]
Ventilátor csatlakozók: [CPUFAN1], [SYSFAN1], [AUXFAN1],
Előlap csatlakozók: [FPIO1]
• [HLED]: Csatlakoztassa a HDD LED kábelhez.
• [RST]: Csatlakoztassa a reszettelés-kapcsoló kábeléhez.
• [SPKR]: Csatlakoztassa a rendszerhangszóró kábeléhez.
• [SLED]: Csatlakoztassa a LED szüneteltet kábelhez
IP35 Pro
Kiegészítő USB port fejrész: [FP-USB1], [FP-USB2]
További IEEE 1394 port fejek: [FP-1394-1], [FP-1394-2]
Előlap audio csatlakoztatási fej: [FP-AUDIO1]
Belső audio csatlakozók: [CD1], [AUX1]
CPU és a hűtőborda telepítése
Mivel többféle központi egység (CPU) és hűtőborda közül lehet
választani és mivel mindegyiket másképpen kell beszerelni,
kérjük kövessék pontosan az Önök által vásárolt csomagban
lévő szerelési utasításokat. A központi egység (CPU) kényes
elektronikus eszköz amely működése közben nagyon sok hőt
termel. Kérjük járjanak el kiemelt gondossággal.
Miután rászerelték a hűtőbordát a processzorra,
csatlakoztassák a CPU hűtőventilátorának a csatlakozóját
[CPUFAN1] az alaplap csatlakozójához.
Memóriamodulok telepítése
• A rés mindkét oldalán lévő reteszeket nyomják lefelé.
• A memóriamodult hozzák síkba a nyílással. A rés ékes
bemetszésű, és a memóriamodul úgy van kialakítva, hogy
csak egyféleképpen, egy irányba lehet beilleszteni.
• Helyezzék a memóriamodult a résbe és nyomják
határozottan lefelé. A rés reteszei automatikusan felfelé
mozdulnak el, majd rákattannak a memóriamodul széleire.
• A memóriamodul eltávolításához a rés mindkét oldalán lévő
reteszeket nyomják egyszerre lefelé, majd húzzák ki a
Tárolóegységek csatlakoztatása
Hajlékonylemez meghajtó csatlakoztatása: [FDC1]
IDE merevlemezek csatlakoztatása: [IDE1], [IDE2]
Soros ATA merevlemez meghajtók csatlakoztatása: [SATA1]
~ [SATA4]
Hátlapi csatlakozások
• Mouse: csatlakoztassa a PS/2 egeret.
• Keyboard: csatlakoztassa a PS/2 billentyűzetet.
• LPT1: csatlakozzon a nyomtatóhoz vagy egyéb
eszközökhöz amelyek támogatják a párhuzamos
kommunikációs protokollt.
• COM1: csatlakozzon a külső modemhez, egérhez vagy
egyéb eszközökhöz amelyek támogatják a soros
kommunikációs protokollt.
• OPT-IN1: Ez a csatlakozó S/PDIF bemeneti csatlakozást
biztosít digitális multimédiás eszközök által kibocsátott jel
fogadására, optikai kábel segítségével.
• OPT-OUT1: Ez a csatlakozó S/PDIF kimeneti csatlakozást
biztosít digitális multimédiás eszközök által fogadott jel
küldéséhez, optikai kábel segítségével.
• AUDIO1: Ez a csatlakozó 7.1 csatornás audió
bemeneti/kimeneti jelhez.
• IEEE 1394: Csatlakoztassa az IEEE 1394 protokoll szerinti
• LAN1: Csatlakoztassa a helyi hálózathoz.
• USB1/USB2: Csatlakoztassa az olyan USB eszközökhöz,
mint a szkenner, digitális hangszórók, monitor, egér,
billentyűzet, központi elosztóhoz, digitális fényképezőgéphez,
botkormányhoz, stb.
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Annak érdekében, hogy megelőzzék a NYÁK rövidre
zárását, kérjük TÁVOLÍTSÁK el minden érintkező-peceket
vagy távtartót amennyiben ezek már rá vannak szerelve a
ház alapjára és ezen az alaplapon nincsenek olyan
illesztések amelyekkel síkba kellene hozni.
• [PWR]: Csatlakoztassa a tápkapcsoló kábelhez.
• [PLED]: Csatlakoztasson a táp LED kábelhez
4.12 Türkçe//Hızlı Kurulum Kılavuzu
Bu “Hızlı Kurulum Kılavuzu”, abit anakartınızı takmanızda
gerekebilecek sadece temel donanım bilgisini içermektedir.
İleri işlemler için daha geniş olan tam versiyonuna
başvurmanız gerekecektir.
Donanım Kurmada Alınacak Önlemler
• Anakartı takmadan veya ayarları değiştirmeden önce daima
güç beslemeyi kapatarak güç kablosunu elektrik prizinden
Anakartı antistatik poşetinden çıkartmadan önce bileğinize
takacağınız bir statik güvenlik bandıyla uygun şekilde
kendinize topraklama yapınız.
Anarkatı kenarlarından tutun. Üzerindeki herhangi bir
bileşene dokunmaktan sakının.
Modül kontaklarına ve IC yongalarına dokunmaktan sakının.
Anakartı topraklaması yapılmış antistatik bir yüzeye veya
beraberinde verilen antistatik torbanın üzerine koyun.
Anakartın Kasaya Takılması
Bu anakart için bilgisayar kasası şu aşağıdaki özellikleri
• Bu anakartın biçim faktörüne uyumlu olmalı.
• Anakart üzerinden kasa üzerindeki gösterge ve anahtarlara
yapılan kablolama konnektörlerinin tümünü desteklemeli.
• Kuracağınız tüm sürücüler için yeterli güç ve yeri
• Arka panelindeki I/O (Giriş/Çıkış) şablonu anakart üzerindeki
I/O (Giriş-Çıkış) bağlantı noktaları ve genişleme yuvalarıyla
Anakartı kasaya takmak için aşağıdaki talimatları izleyin:
• I/O bağlantı noktalarının kenarını kasanın arka kısmına
bakacak şekilde hizalayın.
• Anakart ve kasa kaidesi üzerindeki cıvata yuvalarının yerini
• Kasa kaidesi üzerine gerekli tüm destek pimi ve ara
parçalarını yerleştirin ve sıkılayın.
• Anakart üzerindeki bütün bu cıvata deliklerini kasa
üzerindeki destek pimi veya ara parçalarıyla hizalayın.
• Tüm cıvataları sıkılayın.
PCB devresinin kısa devre yapmasını önlemek için
önceden kasa kaidesinde takılı ve anakart üzerindeki
montaj delikleriyle hizalanmayan metal destek pimi ve ara
parçaları ÇIKARTIN.
CMOS Silme Jumperı (Atlatıcısı )
Bu jumper BIOS içeriğini sıfırlamak için CMOS belleğini silmede
kullanılır. BIOS ayarlarınız hatalıysa ve anakartınızın
çalışmasına engel oluyorsa CMOS belleğini silmeniz
CMOS belleğini silmek için anakarttan çıkan tüm güç kablolarını
ayırınız, jumper kepini bir kaç saniye süreyle "Clear CMOS"
(CMOS'u Sil) ayarı üzerine takın ve ardından jumper kepini
"Normal" ayarına takın. Tüm güç kablolarını yeniden bağlayıp
bilgisayarı yeniden başlattıktan sonra BIOS içeriği varsayılan
yapılandırmasına döner.
Kasa Bileşenlerinin Bağlanması
ATX Güç Kaynağı: [ATXPWR1], [ATX12V1]
FAN Konnektörleri: [CPUFAN1], [SYSFAN1], [AUXFAN1],
Ön Panel Konnektörleri: [FPIO1]
• [HLED]: Sabit Disk Sürücü LED kablosuna bağlayın.
• [RST]: Sıfırlama Anahtarı kablosuna bağlayın.
• [SPKR]: Sistem Hoparlör kablosuna bağlayın.
• [SLED]: Askıda LED’i kablosuna bağlayın.
• [PWR]: Güç Anahtarı kablosuna bağlayın.
• [PLED]: Güç LED’i kablosuna bağlayın.
Ek USB Bağlantı Noktası Başlığı: [FP-USB1], [FP-USB2]
Ek EEE1394 Bağlantı Noktası Başlığı: [FP-1394-1],
Ön Panel Ses Bağlantı Başlığı: [FP-AUDIO1]
Dahili Ses Konnektörleri: [CD1], [AUX1]
CPU ve Soğutucu (Heatsink) Montaj Grubunun Takılması
Tercihe bağlı Merkezi İşlem Ünitesi (CPU) ve soğutucu montaj
grubu seçeneklerinin farklı takma prosedürleri olduğundan,
lütfen satın aldığınız ürünün paketinden çıkan takma
talimatlarını tam olarak takip ediniz. CPU çalışırken büyük
miktarda ısı çıkaran hassas bir elektronik aygıttır. Lütfen işlem
yaparken özen gösterin.
Soğutucuyu mikroişlemcinin üzerine takma işlemini
tamamladıktan sonra CPU soğutucu fanı güç bağlantısını ana
kart üzerindeki [CPUFAN1] konnektörüne bağlayın.
Bellek Modüllerinin Takılması
• Yuvanın iki tarafındaki mandalları aşağı bastırın.
• Bellek modülünü yuvaya hizalayın. Yuvanın çentik kılavuzu
ve bellek modülünün bir bölüm kertiği kılavuzu vardır ve
sadece bir yönde birbirine uyarlar.
• Bellek modülünü yuvaya kuvvetlice bastırarak oturtun. Yuva
mandalları otomatik olarak kalkar ve bellek modülünün
kenarlarını tutar.
• Bellek modülünü çıkarmak için her iki taraftaki mandal aynı
anda bastırın ve bellek modülünü çekerek çıkartın.
Depolama Aygıtlarının Bağlanması
Disket Sürücüsünün Bağlanması: [FDC1]
IDE Sabit Disk Sürücülerinin Bağlanması: [IDE1], [IDE2]
Seri ATA Sabit Disk Sürücülerin Bağlanması [SATA1] ~
Arka Panel Bağlantısı
• Mouse: PS/2 fare bağlamak içindir.
• Keyboard: PS/2 klavye bağlamak içindir.
• LPT1: Yazıcı veya paralel iletişim protokolünü destekleyen
diğer aygıtları bağlamak içindir.
• COM1: Harici modem, fare veya seri iletişim protokolünü
destekleyen diğer aygıtları bağlamak içindir.
• OPT-IN1: Bu konektör optik fiber aracılığıyla dijital
multimedya aygıtları için S/PDIF giriş bağlantısı sağlar.
• OPT-OUT1: Bu konektör optik fiber aracılığıyla multimedya
aygıtları için S/PDIF çıkış bağlantısı sağlar.
• AUDIO1: Bu konektör 7.1 kanallı ses giriş/çıkış bağlantısı
• IEEE 1394: IEEE 1394 protokolü aygıtlarına bağlantı içindir.
• LAN1: Yerel Ağa bağlantı içindir.
• USB1/USB2: Tarayıcı, dijital hoparlör, monitör, fare, klavye,
dijital kamera, joystick vb. gibi USB aygıtlarını bağlamak
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4.15 日本語//クイックインストールガイド
この「クイックインストールガイド」には、abit マ
• ボードを取り付けたり設定を変更するときは、事前に
電源装置をオフにし、AC コンセントからプラグを必
• 静電気防止バッグからボードを取り外す前に、静電気
• ボードは、端を持つようにしてください。コンポーネ
• モジュールの接点や IC チップには触れないでくださ
• ボードはアースされた静電気防止面またはボードに
• このマザーボードのフォームファクタに適合するこ
• シャーシのインジケータやスイッチとマザーボード
• 取り付けるすべてのドライブに対して、十分な電力と
• 背面パネルのその I/O テンプレートが、マザーボード
の I/O ポートと拡張スロットに一致すること。
• I/O ポートの側面をシャーシの背面部分に向ける。
• マザーボードとシャーシ台のネジ穴を探す。
• 必要なすべてのスタッドやスペーサーをシャーシ台
• マザーボードのすべてのネジ穴をシャーシのこれら
• すべてのネジ穴をしっかり締める。
追加 USB ポートヘッダ: [FP-USB1]、[FP-USB2]
PCB 回路がショートしないように、スタッドやスペーサ
シリアル ATA ハードディスクドライブの接続: [SATA1] ~
ATX 電源装置: [ATXPWR1]、[ATX12V1]
ファンコネクタ: [CPUFAN1], [SYSFAN1], [AUXFAN1],
前面パネルコネクタ: [FPIO1]
• [HLED]: HDD LED ケーブルに接続
• [RST]: リセットスイッチケーブルに接続
IP35 Pro
追加 IEEE 1394 ポートヘッダ: [FP-1394-1]、[FP-1394-2]
前面パネルオーディオ接続ヘッダ: [FP-AUDIO1]
内部オーディオコネクタ: [CD1]、[AUX1]
CPU およびヒートシンクアセンブリの取り付け
従ってください。CPU は精巧な電子装置で、動作時に大
プロセッサにヒートシンクを取り付けた後、CPU 冷却フ
• スロットの両側のラッチを下に押します。
• メモリモジュールをスロットに一直線に合わせます。
• メモリモジュールを下にしっかり押してスロットに
• メモリモジュールを取り外すには、スロットの両側の
フロッピーディスクドライブの接続: [FDC1]
IDE ハードドライブの接続: [IDE1]、[IDE2]
• Mouse: PS/2 マウスに接続
• Keyboard: PS/2 キーボードに接続します。
• LPT1: プリンタ、またはパラレル通信プロトコルを
• COM1: 外部モデム、マウス、またはシリアル通信プ
• OPT-IN1: このコネクタは、光ファーバーを通してデ
ジタルマルチメディアデバイスに S/PDIF イン接続を
• OPT-OUT1: このコネクタは、光ファーバーを通して
デジタルマルチメディアデバイスに S/PDIF アウト接
• AUDIO1: 7.1ch オーディオ 入力/出力 コネクター。
• IEEE 1394: IEEE 1394 プロトコルのデバイスに接
• LAN1: 構内通信網(LAN)に接続します。
• USB1/USB2: スキャナ、デジタルスピーカー、モニ
ョイスティックなどの USB デバイスに接続します。
Multilingual QIG
CMOS ジャンパの消去
このジャンパは CMOS メモリを消去して BIOS の内容を
リセットするために使用されます。BIOS 設定が間違っ
ているためにマザーボードが作動しない場合、CMOS メ
CMOS メモリを消去するには、すべての電源ケーブルを
マザーボードから抜き、ジャンパキャップを「CMOS の
続し再起動すると、BIOS の内容はその初期設定にリセ
[SPKR]: システムスピーカーケーブルに接続
[SLED]: サスペンド LED ケーブルに接続
[PWR]: 電源スイッチケーブルに接続
[PLED]: 電源 LED ケーブルに接続
4.16 한국어//빠른 설치 가이드
[SPKR]: 시스템 스피커 케이블에 연결하세요.
[SLED]: 유휴(Suspend) LED 케이블에 연결하세요.
[PWR]: 전원 스위치 케이블에 연결하세요.
[PLED]: 전원 LED 케이블에 연결하세요.
본 “빠른 설치 가이드”는 빅빔 abit 메인보드
설치에 필요한 중요한 하드웨어 정보만을
포함하고 있습니다. 보다 상세한 정보 및 과정은
사용자 설명서를 참고하시기 바랍니다.
하드웨어 설치시 주의사항
추가 USB 포트 헤더: [FP-USB1], [FP-USB2]
• 메인보드 설치 또는 설정을 변경하시기 전에는
추가 IEEE 1394 포트 헤더: [FP-1394-1], [FP-1394-2]
항상 전 원을 끄고, AC 콘센트를 제거하시기
• 정전기 방지 비닐에서 메인보드를 빼 낼때는
정전기 안전 손목 접지대를 착용하고 메인보드의
가장 자리를 잡으시기 바랍니다.
• 컨넥터나 IC 류는 만지지 마십시오
• 메인보드를 정전기가 일어나지 않는 표면에
보관하거나 함께 제공된 정전기 방지 비닐에
보관하시기 바랍니다.
전면 판넬 오디오 연결 헤더: [FP-AUDIO1]
케이스에 대하여
구입하신 메인보드에 대한 컴퓨터 케이스는
• 메인보드 형태(form factor)에 맞는 케이스를
사용하시기 바랍니다.
• 메인보드 상의 모든 케이블이 연결될 수 있도록
연결 부를 지원해야만 합니다.
• 설치하려는 모든 드라이브에 대한 충분한 전원과
공간 을 제공할 수 있어야 합니다.
• 후면에 장착된 I/O 판넬이 메인보드에 제공되는 I/O
포트 와 확장 슬롯과 일치해야 합니다.
마더보드를 섀시에 설치하기 위해서:
• I/O 판넬의 측면을 컴퓨터 케이스 뒷부분을
향하도록 설치 합니다.
• 메인보드와 컴퓨터 케이스 바닥의 나사 구멍을
일치 시킵니다.
• 컴퓨터 케이스 바닥 위에 필요한 모든 볼트와
스페이서 를 위치시키고 고정합니다.
• 모든 나사 구멍을 고정합니다.
PCB 회로의 단선을 방지하기 위하여, 금속 볼트 혹은
스페이서들이 이미 컴퓨터 케이스 바닥에 설치되어
있고, 메인보드 상에 고정 홀이 없다면 이들을
제거하시기 바랍니다.
CMOS 점퍼 지우기
이 점퍼는 롬 바이오스의 내용을 처음상태로 초기화
하기 위하여 롬 바이오스의 내용을 지우기 위한
롬 바이오스 설정이 부정확하거나 메인보드 동작에
이상 이 있을 경우 롬 바이오스의 내용을 초기화 한
후 사용하시기 바랍니다.
롬 바이오스의 내용을 초기화하기 위해서는
메인보드에 연결된 모든 전원 케이블을 분리하고,
점퍼 캡을 약 30 초 동안 “CMOS 지움” 설정으로 변경한
후. 점퍼 캡을 다시 “정상” 설정으로 연결하십시오.
이후 모든 전원을 다시 연결하고 재부팅하면, 롬
바이오스 내용이 처음상태로 초기화될 것입니다.
컴퓨터 케이스 각종 컨넥터 연결
전원공급장치: [ATXPWR1], [ATX12V1]
팬 연결부: [CPUFAN1], [SYSFAN1], [AUXFAN1], [NBFAN1]
전면 판넬 연결 컨넥터: [FPIO1]
• [HLED]: HDD LED 케이블에 연결하세요.
• [RST]: 초기화 스윗치 케이블에 연결하세요.
내부 오디오 연결부: [CD1], [AUX1]
CPU 및 방열판 설치
구입하신 프로세서에 따라 방열판 조립방법이 다를 수
있으므로 구입하신 패키지에서 지시하는 방법에 따라
정확하게 설치하시기 바랍니다. CPU 는 동작시 높은
양의 열을 발산하는 섬세한 전자 장치로 각별한
주의를 가지고 취급하시기 바랍니다.
프로세서 위에 방열판 설치를 마치고 나서, CPU 냉각
팬의 전원을 메인보드 상에 있는 [CPUFAN1] 연결부에
연결 하십시오.
메모리 모듈 설치
• 슬롯 양쪽에 있는 걸쇠를 눌러서 내리십시오.
• 메모리 모듈을 슬롯에 정렬시키십시오. 슬롯은
홈으로 구분되고, 메모리 모듈도 절단된 부분으로
구분되어 있어 오로지 한 방향으로만 맞습니다.
• 메모리 모듈을 강하게 눌러 슬롯에 설치시키십시오.
슬롯 걸쇠가 자동적으로 올라가고 메모리 모듈의
끝부분에 고정될 것입니다.
• 메모리 모듈을 제거하기 위해서는, 슬롯 양쪽에
있는 걸쇠를 동시에 눌러 내리십시오. 그러면
메모리 모듈이 빠질 것입니다.
저장 장치 연결
플로피 디스크 드라이브 연결: [FDC1]
IDE 하드 드라이브 연결: [IDE1], [IDE2]
시리얼 ATA 하드 디스크 드라이브 연결: [SATA1] ~
후면 판넬 연결
• Mouse: PS/2 마우스에 연결하십시오.
• Keyboard: PS/2 키보드에 연결하십시오.
• LPT1: 프린터 혹은 병렬 통신 프로토콜을 지원하는
다른 장치들에 연결하십시오.
• COM1: 외부 모뎀, 마우스 혹은 시리얼 통신
프로토콜을 지원하는 다른 장치들에 연결하십시오.
• OPT-IN1: 이 커넥터는 디지털 멀티미디어 장치에서
옵티컬 파이버를 통한 S/PDIF 입력 연결을 제공합니
OPT-OUT1: 이 커넥터는 디지털 멀티미디어 장치로
옵티컬 파이버를 통한 S/PDIF 출력 연결을 제공합니
AUDIO1: 이 커넥터는 7.1 채널 오디오 입/출력 연결
을 제공합니다.
IEEE 1394: IEEE 1394 프로토콜 장치들에
LAN1: 근거리 통신망(LAN)에 연결하십시오.
USB1/USB2: 스캐너, 디지털 스피커, 모니터, 마우스,
키보드, 허브, 디지털 카메라, 조이스틱 등과 같은
USB 장치들에 연결하십시오.
IP35 Pro
4.17 Bahasa Malaysia//Panduan Pemasangan Ringkas
“Panduan Pemasangan Ringkas” ini hanya mengandungi
maklumat perkakasan asas yang anda mungkin perlu
semasa memasang papan induk abit anda. Untuk
pengendalian lanjutan, anda perlu rujuk ke versi
Langkah Berjaga-jaga bagi Penyediaan Perkakasan
• Sentiasa matikan bekalan kuasa dan keluarkan kord kuasa
dari alur keluar AU sebelum memasang papan atau
menukarkan apa-apa pengesetan.
• Bumikan diri anda dengan sempurna dengan memakai
pengikat tangan keselamatan statik sebelum mengeluarkan
papan dari beg anti-statik.
• Pegang bahagian tepi papan.. Elak daripada menyentuh
apa-apa komponen di atasnya.
• Elak daripada menyentuh modul penghubung dan cip-cip IC.
• Letakkan papan pada permukaan anti statik yang telah
dibumikan atau di atas beg anti statik papan itu.
Port Kepala USB Tambahan: [FP-USB1], [FP-USB2]
Padamkan Pelompat CMOS
Pelompat ini digunakan untuk memadamkan ingatan CMOS
untuk pengesetan semula kandungan BIOS. Anda mungkin
perlu memadamkan ingatan CMOS sekiranya pengesetan
BIOS tidak betul dan mengelak papan induk anda daripada
Untuk memadamkan ingatan CMOS, tanggalkan semua kabel
kuasa dari papan induk, pasangkan tukup pelompat pada
pengesetan “Clear CMOS” untuk beberapa saat, kemudian
pasangkan semula tukup pelompat ke pengesetan “Normal”.
Selepas bekalan kuasa disambung semula dan anda telah
reboot komputer, kandungan BIOS akan diset semula kepada
tata rajah lalainya.
Menyambungkan Komponen-komponen Casis
Bekalan Kuasa ATX: [ATXPWR1], [ATX12V1]
Penyambung KIPAS: [CPUFAN1], [SYSFAN1], [AUXFAN1],
Penyambung Panel Depan: [FPIO1]
• [HLED]: Sambungkan ke kabel HDD LED.
IP35 Pro
Kepala Port Tambahan IEEE 1394: [FP-1394-1], [FP-1394-2]
Panel Depan Kepala Penyambung Audio: [FP-AUDIO1]
Penyambung Audio Dalam: [CD1], [AUX1]
Memasang CPU dan Pasangan Penenggelam Haba
Oleh kerana terdapat pelbagai pilihan bagi Unit Pemprosesan
Pusat (CPU) dan pasangan penenggelam habanya, dan setiap
satu dengan cara pemasangan yang berlainan, sila ikut arahan
pemasangan yang terdapat pada bungkusan produk yang telah
dibeli, CPU merupakan satu peranti elektronik halus yang
mengeluarkan haba yang banyak semasa berfungsi. Sila
teruskan dengan berhati-hati.
Selepas pemasangan penenggelam siap dipasang pada
pemproses, sambungkan kuasa bagi pendingin kipas CPU
kepada penyambung [CPUFAN1] pada papan induk.
Memasang Modul Ingatan
• Tolak selak pada kedua-dua bahagian sisi slot ke bawah.
• Sejajarkan modul ingatan dengan slot. Slot akan berkunci
dengan takuk sementara modul ingatan akan berkunci
dengan potongan supaya ia hanya dapat dipasang dalam
satu arah.
• Pasangkan modul ingatan ke dalam slot dengan
menekannya ke bawah dengan kukuh. Slot akan menyelak
tuil ke atas secara automatik dan mencangkuk bahagian tepi
modul ingatan.
• Untuk mengeluarkan modul ingatan, tolak selak pada
kedua-dua bahagian slot ke bawah secara serentak,
kemudian tarik keluar modul ingatan.
Menyambung Peranti Storan
Menyambung Pemacu Cakera Liut: [FDC1]
Menyambung Pemacu Cakera Keras IDE: [IDE1], [IDE2]
Menyambungkan Pemacu Cakera Keras Bersiri ATA:
[SATA1] ~ [SATA4]
Sambungan Panel Belakang
• Mouse: Sambungkan ke tetikus PS/2.
• Keyboard: Sambungkan ke papan kekunci PS/2.
• LPT1: Sambungkan pencetak atau peranti-peranti yang
menyokong protokol komunikasi selari.
• COM1: Sambungkan ke modem luar, tetikus atau peranti
lain yang menyokong protokol komunikasi bersiri.
• OPT-IN1: Penyambung ini adalah sambungan masuk
S/PDIF melalui fiber optik dari alat-alat multimedia digital
• OPT-OUT1: Penyambung ini adalah sambungan keluar S/
PDIF melalui fiber optik ke alat-alat multimedia digital
• AUDIO1: Penyambung ini adalah audio 7.1-channel
sambungan masukan/keluaran
• IEEE 1394: Sambungkan ke peranti yang berprotokol IEEE
• LAN1: Sambungkan ke Rangkaian Kawasan Tempatan
• USB1/USB2: Sambungkan ke peranti USB seperti
pengimbas , pembesar suara digital, monitor, tetikus, papan
kekunci, hab, kamera digital, kayu bedik dan sebagainya.
Multilingual QIG
Memasang Papan Ke Casis
Casis komputer bagi papan induk ini harus:
• Menampung faktor bentuk papan induk ini.
• Menyokong semua kabel penyambung pada papan induk
termasuk penunjuk dan suis pada casis.
• Dapat membekalkan kuasa dan ruang yang mencukupi bagi
semua pemacu yang anda ingin pasang.
• Templat I/O di panel belakang sepadan dengan port I/O dan
lubang alur tambahan pada papan induk.
Untuk memasang papan induk ke dalam casis, anda harus:
• Hadapkan bahagian sisi port I/O ke bahagian belakang
• Kenal pasti lokasi lubang-lubang skru pada kedua-dua tapak
papan induk dan casis.
• Letakkan semua stad atau peruang yang diperlukan pada
tapak casis dan ketatkannya.
• Bariskan semua lubang skru di atas papan induk agar
sejajar dengan stad atau peruang pada casis.
• Ketatkan semua skru.
Untuk mengelak daripada berlaku litar pintas pada litar
PCB, sila KELUARKAN semua stad atau peruang logam
sekiranya ia sudah dipasang pada tapak casis dan tidak
ada lubang cagak untuk disejajarkan pada papan induk ini.
[RST]: Sambungkan ke kabel Suis Pengesatan Semula.
[SPKR]: Sambungkan ke kabel Sistem Pembesar Suara.
[SLED]: Sambungkan ke kabel Gantung LED.
[PWR]: Sambungkan ke kabel Suis Kuasa.
[PLED]: Sambungkan ke kabel Kuasa LED.
4.18 ไทย//คู่มือการติดตั้งอย่างย่อ
ข้อมูลทางเทคนิคของอุปกรณ์ที่ปรากฎใน “คู่มือการ
ติดตั้งอย่างย่อ”นี้ เป็นเพียงข้อมูลพื้นฐานที่จำเป็นใน
การติดตั้งแผงวงจรหลัก abit ของคุณเท่านั้น กรุณา
• [RST]: ต่อเข้ากับสายปุ่ม Reset
ชุดจุดต่อ USB เพิ่มเติม: [FP-USB1], [FP-USB2]
• ให้ปิดสวิทช์ไฟของเครื่องและถอดสายไฟออกจากผนังก่อน
ชุดจุดต่อ IEEE 1394: [FP-1394-1], [FP-1394-2]
จุดต่อกับหน้าปัดส่วนระบบเสียง: [FP-AUDIO1]
ทำการลดระดับไฟสถิตที่ร่างกาย โดยใช้สายถ่ายเทไฟฟ้า
สถิตย์หรือแตะที่ตัวถังส่วนที่เป็นโลหะ ก่อนนำเอาแผงวงจร
หลีกเลี่ยงการแตะบริเวณที่เป็นตัวอุปกรณ์ IC และหน้าสัมผัส
• โครงสร้างตำแหน่งจุดยึดต่างๆที่รองรับกับแผงวงจรหลักนี้
• มีจุดต่อและขั้วต่อของสายแสดงสถานะและเปิดปิดที่ตรงกับ
• [SPKR]:ต่อเข้ากับสายลำโพงของระบบ
• [SLED]:ต่อเข้ากับสาย LED
• [PWR]: ต่อเข้ากับสายปุ่ม Power
• [PLED]:ต่อเข้ากับสาย LED แสดงสภาวะทำงานปกติ
จุดต่อสัญญาณเสียงภายใน: [CD1], [AUX1]
การติดตั้ง CPU และชุดระบายความร้อน CPU
เนื่องจาก CPU และชุดระบายความร้อนมีหลายแบบ ซึ่งแต่
ละแบบจะมีวิธีการติดตั้งแตกต่างกันไป กรุณาปฎิบัติตาม
คำแนะนำการตั้งที่มาพร้อมกับอุปกรณ์โดยละเอียด ข้อควร ระวัง
กมาสูงมาก ดังนั้นต้องติดตั้งชุดระบายความร้อน
เมื่อติดตั้งเรียบร้อยแล้วให้ต่อสายไฟเลี้ยงชุดระบายความ ร้อน
CPU เข้ากับจุดต่อ [CPUFAN1] บนแผงวงจรหลัก
• สามารถจ่ายกำลังไฟฟ้าเพียงพอและมีว่างพอในการติดตั้ง
• ด้านหลังต้องตรงกับตำแหน่งจุดต่อและช่องต่อเพิ่มของแผง
คอมพิวเตอร์หรืออุปกรณ์อื่นๆได้ ดังนั้น ก่อนแตะต้อง
โดยทำการแตะที่ตัวถังก่อนติดตั้งแผง หน่วยความจำ
ในการติดตั้งแผงวงจรหลัก กรุณาปฎิบัติและระมัดระวังดังนี้
• ไขตัวยึดต่างให้แน่นพอสมควรทุกจุด
เพื่อป้องกันการช๊อตของแผงวงจร กรุณาหลีกเลี่ยง
จุดเชื่อมเพื่อการเคลียร์ CMOS
านของ BIOSเดิมที่อยู่ในหน่วยความจำแบบ CMOS
ให้เป็นค่าเดิมที่กำหนด โดยโรงงาน ในกรณีที่
ไม่ได้ เมื่อต้องการลบหน่วยความจำ CMOS ให้ถอดสายไฟ
ที่จ่ายกำลังไฟฟ้าออกจากแผงวงจรหลัก แล้วนำตัวเชื่อม
สัญญาณ (Jumper) เลื่อนจากตำแหน่ง Normal ไปยัง
Clear CMOS ประมาณ 2-3 วินาที แล้วนำตัวเชื่อมกลับมา
ไว้ที่ตำแหน่ง Normal ดังเดิม หลังจากนั้นให้ต่อสายไฟทั้ง
หมดกลับเหมือนเดิมและเปิดเครื่อง ข้อมูลของ BIOS จะถูก
จุดต่อแหล่งจ่ายไฟ: [ATXPWR1], [ATX12V1]
จุดต่อพัดลม: [CPUFAN1], [SYSFAN1],
จุดต่อกับหน้าปัด: [FPIO1]
• [HLED]: ต่อเข้ากับสาย HDD LED
การต่อ Floppy Disk Drive: [FDC1]
การต่อ IDE Hard Drives: [IDE1], [IDE2]
การต่อ Serial ATA Hard Disk Drives: [SATA1] ~
• Mouse: ต่อกับเมาส์แบบ PS/2
• Keyboard: ต่อกับแป้นพิมพ์แบบ PS/2
• LPT1:
• COM1: ต่อกับโมเด็มภายนอก เมาส์ หรืออุปกรณ์อื่นที่
• OPT-IN1: จุดต่อนี้ใช้รับสัญญาณ S/PDIF
ผ่านทางสาย เส้น
OPT-OUT1: จุดต่อนี้ใช้ส่งสัญญาณ S/PDIF
AUDIO1: จุดต่อสัญญาณเสียงเข้า/ออกแบบ 7.1
IEEE 1394: ต่อกับอุปกรณ์ที่ใช้การสื่อสารแบบ IEEE
LAN1: ต่อกับระบบ Local Area Network.
USB1/USB2: ต่อกับอุปกรณ์ USB เช่น สแกนเนอร์,
เมาส์, จอภาพ, ลำโพงดิจิตอล, แป้นพิมพ์,
กล้องถ่ายภาพดิจิตอล, กล้องถ่ายภาพยนต์ดิจิตอล, ฮับ,
จอยสติกส์ เป็นต้น
IP35 Pro
4.19 繁體中文
4.19.1 規格
• LGA775 插座支援 Core 2 Extreme Edition
/ Core 2 Quad / Core 2 Duo 以及
Pentium Extreme Edition / Pentium Dual
Core / Pentium D / Pentium 4 的 Intel 處
• 支援 1333MHz 前端匯流排
• Intel P35 / ICH9R
• 4 條 240 針腳 DIMM 插槽支援最大 8GB
• 支援雙通道 DDR2 800/667 無緩衝/非
ECC 記憶體
• 1 個 PCI-E X1 插槽
• 3 個 PCI 插槽
• 1 個軟碟埠
• 1 個 Ultra ATA 133 IDE 接頭
• 6 個 SATA 3Gb/s 接頭
• 4 個 USB 2.0 接頭
• 2 個 IEEE 1394 接頭
• 1 個 FP-Audio 接頭
• 1 個 CD-In 接頭
• 1 個 S/PDIF 輸出接頭
• 1 個 GURU 接頭
• 1 個 PS/2 鍵盤接頭
• 內建雙 Gigabit 乙太網路控制器
• 1 個外部 CMOS 清除開關
• 1 個光纖 S/PDIF 輸入接頭
• 支援 7.1 聲道 HD 音效
• 1 個光纖 S/PDIF 輸出接頭
• 支援 S/PDIF 音源輸入/輸出
• 2 個 eSATA 接頭
• HDMI 音源接頭
• 1 個 7.1 聲道音效接頭
Serial ATA
• JMicron JMB363 晶片組提供 2 組外部
SATA 3Gb/s 接頭,支援 RAID 0、1 及 JBOD
IEEE 1394
• 支援 2 個傳輸率 400Mb/s 的 IEEE 1394a
• 1 個 PCI-E X16 插槽(X16 頻寬)
• 1 個 PCI-E X16 插槽(X4 頻寬)
• 4 個 USB 2.0 接頭
• 2 個 RJ-45 Gigabit 網路接頭
Multilingual QIG
• Intel ICH9R 晶片組提供 6 組內部 SATA
3Gb/s 接頭支援 Intel 矩陣儲存科技
與 RAID 0、1、5 及 10)
• 1 個 PS/2 滑鼠接頭
abit Engineered
• abit uGuru™技術
• abit Silent OTES™技術
• 外部 CMOS 清除開關
• 快速的電源與重置按鈕
• 100%無鉛處理與 RoHS 相容
• ATX 主機板規格(305mm x 245mm)
• 符合 Vista Premium 硬體需求
IP35 Pro
4.19.2 快速安裝略說
本「快速安裝略說」僅包含安裝 abit 主機板時所需的
附加的 USB 連接埠接頭:[FP-USB1]、[FP-USB2]
除了位於 I/O 面板上的內建 USB 接頭外,您可透過帶有
支架的延長線,連接這些各有兩個附加 USB 連接埠的
• 安裝機板或變換任何設定之前,請先關閉電源並拔
• 從抗靜電袋中取出機板前,請先戴上靜電安全手
• 請握住機板的邊緣。請勿接觸機板上的任何元件。
• 請勿接觸模組及 IC 晶片
• 請將機板置於已接地的抗靜電平面上,或置於隨附
附加的 IEEE 1394 連接埠接頭:[FP-1394-1]、[FP-1394-2]
除了位於 I/O 面板上的內建 IEEE 1394 接頭外,您可透
過帶有支架的延長線,連接這些各有一個附加 IEEE
1394 連接埠的接頭。
• 與本主機板的規格相容。
• 機殼上的指示燈及開關支援主機板上的連接線插
• 能提供足夠的電力及空間,以容納所有您想安裝的
• 背面的 I/O 必須配合主機板上的 I/O 連接埠及擴充插
• 將 I/O 連接埠的內部面向機殼的後面。
• 將螺絲孔置於主機板與機殼的底座。
• 將所需的銅柱或塑膠腳座置於機殼底座並鎖緊。
• 將主機板上所有的螺絲孔與機殼上的銅柱或塑膠腳
• 將螺絲孔鎖緊。
要避免造成 PCB 電路短路,請「移除」已安裝在機殼
清除 CMOS 跳線
這個跳線是用來清除 CMOS 記憶體以便重新設定 BIOS
的內容。如果 BIOS 設定有誤導致主機板無法運作,您
可能需要清除 CMOS 記憶體。
若要清除 CMOS 記憶體,拔除主機板上所有的電源線,
將跳線連接到標有「清除 CMOS」的設定數秒鐘,然後
動電源時,BIOS 內容將重新設定成預設值。
ATX 電源供應器:[ATXPWR1]、[ATX12V1]
風扇插座:[CPUFAN1], [SYSFAN1], [AUXFAN1], [NBFAN1]
• [CPUFAN1]:CPU 冷卻風扇插座。
• [SYSFAN1]:系統冷卻風扇插座。
• [AUXFAN1]:輔助冷卻風扇插座。
• [NBFAN1]:北橋冷卻風扇插座。
• [HLED]:連接至硬碟 LED 連接線。
• [RST]:連接至重新啟動開關連接線。
• [SPKR]:連接至系統喇叭連接線。
• [SLED]:連接至暫停 LED 連接線。
• [PWR]:連接至電源開關連接線。
• [PLED]:連接至電源 LED 連接線。
本接頭提供前面板 HD (高品質) 音效連接。
安裝 CPU 和散熱片配件
由於市面上有多種中央處理器 (Central Processing Unit,
CPU) 和專用的散熱片可供選擇,而安裝方式也各有不
CPU 是一種精密的電子裝置,運作時會散發大量的熱
連接到主機板上的 [CPUFAN1] 插座。
• 將插槽兩側的卡榫向下推開。
• 將記憶體模組對準插槽。記憶體模組兩側和底下的
• 向下按壓記憶體模組,直到記憶體模組穩固地安裝
• 若要移除記憶體模組,請同時將插槽兩側的卡榫向
連接 IDE 硬碟:[IDE1]、[IDE2]
連接序列 ATA 硬碟機:[SATA1] ~ [SATA4]
• Mouse:連接 PS/2 滑鼠。
• Keyboard:連接 PS/2 鍵盤。
• LPT1:連接印表機或其他支援平行通訊協定的裝
• COM1:連接外接數據機、滑鼠或其他支援序列通訊
• OPT-IN1:本插座提供透過光纖連接到數位多媒體裝
置的 S/PDIF 輸入。
• OPT-OUT1:本插座提供透過光纖連接到數位多媒體
裝置的 S/PDIF 輸出。
• AUDIO1: 7.1 聲道音效輸入/輸出連接。
• IEEE 1394:連接 IEEE 1394 通訊協定裝置。
• LAN1:連接區域網路。
• USB1/USB2:連接 USB 裝置,例如掃描器、數位喇
IP35 Pro
4.20 简体中文
4.20.1 规格
• LGA775 插座支持 Core 2 Extreme Edition
/ Core 2 Quad / Core 2 Duo 以及
Pentium Extreme Edition / Pentium Dual
Core / Pentium D / Pentium 4 的 Intel 处
• 支持 1333MHz 前端总线
• Intel P35 / ICH9R
• 1 个 PCI-E X1 插槽
• 3 个 PCI 插槽
• 1 个软盘端口
• 1 个 Ultra ATA 133 IDE 接头
• 6 个 SATA 3Gb/s 接头
• 4 个 USB 2.0 接头
• 2 个 IEEE 1394 接头
• 1 个 FP-Audio 接头
• 1 个 CD-In 接头
• 4 条 240 针脚 DIMM 插槽支持最大 8GB
• 支持双信道 DDR2 800/667 无缓冲/非
ECC 内存
• 1 个 S/PDIF 输出接头
• 1 个 GURU 接头
• 1 个 PS/2 键盘接头
• 1 个 PS/2 鼠标接头
• 内建双 Gigabit 网络控制器
• 1 个外部 CMOS 清除开关
• 1 个光纤 S/PDIF 输入接头
• 支持 7.1 声道 HD 音效
• 支持 S/PDIF 音源输入/输出
• HDMI 音源接头
串行 ATA
• JMicron JMB363 芯片组提供 2 组外部
SATA 3Gb/s 接头,
支持 RAID 0、
1 及 JBOD
IEEE 1394
• 支持 2 个传输率 400Mb/s 的 IEEE 1394a
• 1 个 PCI-E X16 插槽(X16 频宽)
• 2 个 eSATA 接头
• 1 个 7.1 声道音效接头
• 4 个 USB 2.0 接头
• 2 个 RJ-45 Gigabit 网络接头
abit Engineered
Multilingual QIG
• Intel ICH9R 芯片组提供 6 组内部 SATA
3Gb/s 接头支持 Intel 矩阵储存科技
与 RAID 0、1、5 及 10)
• 1 个光纤 S/PDIF 输出接头
• abit uGuru™技术
• abit Silent OTES™技术
• 外部 CMOS 清除开关
• 快速的电源与复位按钮
• 100%无铅工艺,符合 RoHS 规范
• ATX 主机板规格(305mm x 245mm)
• 符合 Vista Premium 硬件需求
• 1 个 PCI-E X16 插槽(X4 频宽)
IP35 Pro
4.20.2 快速安装略说
安装 abit 主板时进行参考。如需了解高级操作,仍请
• 在安装主板或更改任何设置前,务必关闭电源并从
• 从防静电袋中取出主板前,应戴上静电安全腕带以
• 用手拿着主板的边缘。不要触摸主板上的任何元
• 不要触摸模块触点和 IC 芯片。
• 将主板放在接地的防静电表面上或者放在主板附带
• 支持此主板的外形尺寸。
• 支持主板上的所有线缆连接器,能够连接到底盘上
• 能够为您要安装的所有驱动装置提供充足的电源和
• 底盘后面板上的 I/O 模板与主板上的 I/O 端口和扩展
• 使 I/O 端口一侧朝向底盘的后部。
• 在主板和底盘上找到螺丝孔。
• 将所有销钉或柱杆放到底盘上,然后拧紧它们。
• 将底盘上的销钉或柱杆对准主板上的螺丝孔。
• 利用这些螺丝孔将主板固定在底盘上。
上没有它们的安装孔,为防止 PCB 短路,请“取下”
CMOS 清除跳线
此跳线用于清除 CMOS 存储器以重置 BIOS 内容。当
BIOS 设置不正确并导致主板无法工作时,应清除
CMOS 存储器。
要清除 CMOS 存储器,请断开主板上的所有电源线,
将跳线帽插到“清除 CMOS”位置上几秒钟,然后将跳
后,BIOS 内容将恢复成默认配置。
ATX 电源:[ATXPWR1]、[ATX12V1]
风扇连接器:[CPUFAN1], [SYSFAN1], [AUXFAN1],
• [CPUFAN1]:CPU 冷却风扇连接器。
• [SYSFAN1]:系统冷却风扇连接器。
• [AUXFAN1]:辅助冷却风扇连接器。
• [NBFAN1]:北桥冷却风扇连接器。
• [HLED]:连接 HDD LED 电缆。
• [RST]:连接复位开关电缆。
• [SPKR]:连接系统扬声器电缆。
• [SLED]:连接挂起 LED 电缆。
• [PWR]:连接电源开关电缆。
• [PLED]:连接电源 LED 电缆。
附加的 USB 端口接头:[FP-USB1]、[FP-USB2]
除了位于 I/O 面板上的板载 USB 连接器外,这些接头可
以通过带线卡的延长电缆分别提供两个附加的 USB 端
附加的 IEEE 1394 端口接头:[FP-1394-1]、[FP-1394-2]
除了位于 I/O 面板上的板载 IEEE 1394 连接器外,这些
IEEE 1394 端口连接。
本接头提供前面板 HD (高品质) 音效连接。
此连接器用于从内部 CD-ROM 驱动器或扩展卡的音频
安装 CPU 和过热降温装置
可供选择的中央处理单元 (CPU) 及其过热降温装置有
照产品包装中的安装说明进行操作。CPU 是一种精密
将过热降温装置安装到处理器上后,把 CPU 冷却风扇
的电源连接到主板上的 [CPUFAN1] 连接器。
• 向下按插槽两端的卡销。
• 将内存模块对准插槽。插槽上有槽口,内存模块上
• 向下用力按内存模块,将其装入插槽中。插槽卡销
• 若要取下内存模块,请同时向下按插槽两端的卡
连接 IDE 硬盘驱动器:[IDE1]、[IDE2]
连接串行 ATA 硬盘驱动器:[SATA1] ~ [SATA4]
• Mouse:连接 PS/2 鼠标。
• Keyboard:连接 PS/2 键盘。
• LPT1:连接打印机或其它支持并行通信协议的设
• COM1:连接外部调制解调器、鼠标或支持串行通信
• OPT-IN1:此连接器通过光纤提供 S/PDIF 输入连接,
• OPT-OUT1:此连接器通过光纤提供 S/PDIF 输出连
• AUDIO1:7.1 声道音效输入/输出连接。
• IEEE 1394:连接支持 IEEE 1394 协议的设备。
• LAN1:连接到局域网。
• USB1/USB2:连接 USB 设备,如扫描仪、数码扬声
IP35 Pro
5. Appendix
5.1 POST Code Definitions
5.1.1 AWARD POST Code Definitions
IP35 Pro
Test CMOS R/W functionality
Early chipset initialization:
-Disable shadow RAM
-Disable L2 cache (socket 7 or below)
-Program basic chipset registers
Detect memory
-Auto-detection of DRAM size, type and ECC
-Auto-detection of L2 cache (socket 7 or below)
Expand compressed BIOS code to DRAM
Call chipset hook to copy BIOS back to E000 & F000 shadow RAM
Expand the Xgroup codes locating in physical address 1000:0
Initial Superio_Early_Init switch
1. Blank out screen
2. Clear CMOS error flag
1. Clear 8042 interface
2. Initialize 8042 self-test
1. Test special keyboard controller for Winbond 977 series Super I/O chips
2. Enable keyboard interface
1. Disable PS/2 mouse interface (optional)
2. Auto detect ports for keyboard & mouse followed by a port & interface swap (optional)
3. Reset keyboard for Winbond 977 series Super I/O chips
Test F000h segment shadow to see whether it is R/W-able or not. If test fails, keep beeping
the speaker
Auto detect flash type to load appropriate flash R/W codes into the run time area in F000 for
ESCD & DMI support
Use walking 1’s algorithm to check out interface in CMOS circuitry. Also set real-time clock
power status, and then check for override
Program chipset default values into chipset. Chipset default values are MODBINable by
OEM customers
Initial onboard clock generator if Early_Init_Onboard_Generator is defined. See also POST
Detect CPU information including brand, SMI type (Cyrix or Intel) and CPU level (586 or 686)
Initial interrupts vector table. If no special specified, all H/W interrupts are directed to
Initial EARLY_PM_INIT switch
Load keyboard matrix (notebook platform)
HPM initialization (notebook platform)
1. Check validity of RTC value: e.g. a value of 5Ah is an invalid value for RTC minute.
2. Load CMOS settings into BIOS stack. If CMOS checksum fails, use default value instead.
Prepare BIOS resource map for PCI & PnP use. If ESCD is valid, take into consideration of
the ESCD’s legacy information.
Early PCI Initialization:
-Enumerate PCI bus number.
-Assign memory & I/O resource
-Search for a valid VGA device & VGA BIOS, and put it into C000:0
1. If Early_Init_Onboard_Generator is not defined Onboard clock generator initialization.
Disable respective clock resource to empty PCI & DIMM slots.
2. Init onboard PWM
3. Init onboard H/W monitor devices
Initialize INT 09 buffer
1. Program CPU internal MTRR (P6 & PII) for 0-640K memory address.
2. Initialize the APIC for Pentium class CPU.
3. Program early chipset according to CMOS setup. Example: onboard IDE controller.
4. Measure CPU speed.
Invoke Video BIOS
1. Initialize double-byte language font (Optional)
2. Put information on screen display, including Award title, CPU type, CPU speed, full screen
Reset keyboard if Early_Reset_KB is defined e.g. Winbond 977 series Super I/O chips. See
also POST 63.
Test DMA Channel 0
Test DMA Channel 1.
Test DMA page registers.
Test 8254
Test 8259 interrupt mask bits for channel 1
Test 8259 interrupt mask bits for channel 2
Test 8259 functionality
Initialize EISA slot
1. Calculate total memory by testing the last double word of each 64K page
2. Program writes allocation for AMD K5 CPU
1. Program MTRR of M1 CPU
2. Initialize L2 cache for P6 class CPU & program CPU with proper cacheable range
3. Initialize the APIC for P6 class CPU
4. On MP platform, adjust the cacheable range to smaller one in case the cacheable ranges
between each CPU are not identical
Initialize USB
Test all memory (clear all extended memory to 0)
Clear password according to H/W jumper (Optional)
Display number of processors (multi-processor platform)
Display PnP logo
Early ISA PnP initialization
-Assign CSN to every ISA PnP device
Initialize the combined Trend Anti-Virus code
(Optional Feature) Show message for entering AWDFLASH.EXE from FDD (optional)
1. Initialize Init_Onboard_Super_IO
2. Initialize Init_Onbaord_AUDIO
Okay to enter Setup utility; i.e. not until this POST stage can users enter the CMOS setup
Reset keyboard if Early_Reset_KB is not defined
Initialize PS/2 Mouse
Prepare memory size information for function call: INT 15h ax=E820h
Turn on L2 cache
Program chipset registers according to items described in Setup & Auto-configuration table
1. Assign resources to all ISA PnP devices
2. Auto assign ports to onboard COM ports if the corresponding item in Setup is set to
1. Initialize floppy controller
2. Set up floppy related fields in 40:hardware
Detect & install all IDE devices: HDD, LS120, ZIP, CDROM …
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(Optional Feature)
-AWDFLASH is found in floppy drive
-ALT+F2 is pressed
Detect serial ports & parallel ports.
Detect & install co-processor
Init HDD write protect
Switch back to text mode if full screen logo is supported
-If errors occur, report errors & wait for keys
-If no errors occur or F1 key is pressed to continue: Clear EPA or customization logo
E8POST.ASM starts
1. Call chipset power management hook
2. Recover the text font used by EPA logo (not for full screen logo)
3. If password is set, ask for password
Save all data in stack back to CMOS
Initialize ISA PnP boot devices
1. USB final Initialization
2. Switch screen back to text mode
NET PC: Build SYSID Structure
1. Assign IRQs to PCI devices
2. Set up ACPI table at top of the memory.
1. Invoke all ISA adapter ROMs
2. Invoke all PCI ROMs (except VGA)
1. Enable/Disable Parity Check according to CMOS setup
2. APM Initialization
Clear noise of IRQs
Read HDD boot sector information for Trend Anti-Virus code
1. Enable L2 cache
2. Program Daylight Saving
3. Program boot up speed
4. Chipset final initialization.
5. Power management final initialization
6. Clear screen & display summary table
7. Program K6 write allocation
8. Program P6 class write combining
Update keyboard LED & typematic rate
1. Build MP table
2. Build & update ESCD
3. Set CMOS century to 20h or 19h
4. Load CMOS time into DOS timer tick
5. Build MSIRQ routing table
Boot attempt (INT 19h)
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5.1.2 AC2005 POST Code Definitions
Power On Sequence
Start power on sequence
Enable ATX power supply
ATX power supply ready
DDR voltage ready
Setup PWM for CPU core voltage
Assert PWM for CPU core voltage
Check CPU core voltage
CPU core voltage ready
Initial clock generator IC
North Bridge chipset voltage ready
AGP voltage ready
3VDUAL voltage ready
VDDA 2.5V voltage ready
GMCHVTT voltage ready
Check CPU fan speed
Assert all power ready
Complete µGuru initial process
AWARDBIOS take over booting job
Start power off sequence
De-Assert all power
De-Assert power on
De-Assert LDT Bus power
De-Assert PWM for CPU core voltage
De-Assert CPU core voltage
Check CPU core voltage
De-Assert ATX power supply
Complete power off sequence
Either the external “EZ-CCMOS1” switch or the internal “CCMOS1” jumper is not
set to its normal position.
Button reset
SoftMenu reset
Power on sequence timeout
Power off sequence timeout
Power Off Sequence
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5.2 Troubleshooting (How to Get Technical Support?)
5.2.1 Q & A
Q: Do I need to clear the CMOS before I use a new motherboard to assemble my
new computer system?
A: Yes, we highly recommend that you clear the CMOS before installing a new motherboard.
Please move the CMOS jumper from its default 1-2 position to 2-3 for a few seconds, and
then back. When you boot up your system for the first time, follow the instructions in the
user's manual to load the optimized defaults.
Q: If my system hangs when I update the BIOS or set the wrong CPU parameters,
what should I do?
A: Whenever you update the BIOS or if the system hangs due to wrong CPU parameters
setting, always clear CMOS jumper before booting up again.
Q: Why does the system fail to boot up again right after a mechanical power-off?
A: Please keep a 30-second interval between each mechanical power On/Off.
Q: Why does the system fail to boot up and nothing displays on the screen after I
did some over-clocking or non-standard settings inside the BIOS?
A: It should not cause hardware or permanent damage to motherboard when BIOS settings
were changed from default to over-clocking or non-standard status.
We suggest the following three troubleshooting methods to discharge CMOS data, recover
the hardware default status, and then making the motherboard work again. There is no
need to bother returning the motherboard to where you bought it from or go through an
RMA process.
Step 1. Switch off the power supply unit and then switch it on again after one minute. If
there is no power-switch on the power supply unit, disconnect its power cord for
one minute and then reconnect.
Press and hold the <Insert> key on the keyboard, and press the power-on button
to boot up system. If it works, release the <Insert> key and hit <Del> key to enter
the BIOS setup page to apply the correct settings.
If the situation remains the same, repeat the procedures in Step 1 three times, or
try Step 2.
Step 2. Switch off the power supply unit or disconnect the power cord. Open the chassis
cover. Locate the CCMOS jumper near the button battery. Change the jumper
position from default 1-2 to 2-3 for one minute to discharge the CMOS data, and
then put it back to default 1-2 position.
Close the chassis and switch on the power supply unit or plug in the power cord.
Press the power-on button to boot up system. If it works, hit <Del> key to enter
the BIOS setup page to do the correct settings.
If the situation remains the same, try Step 3.
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Step 3. The same procedure as Step 2, but while discharging the CMOS data, pull out the
ATX power connectors from motherboard and remove the button battery during
CMOS discharge.
Q: How to get a quick response for my request on technical support?
A: Please carry out a simple troubleshooting before sending “Technical Support Form”:
System boot-up fails after the system had been assembled:
Check the motherboard’s supporting specifications first to see if all the key components
attached in your system can meet.
To do so, you may:
Remove all the unnecessary add-on devices (except the CPU, VGA card, DRAM, and
Power Supply), and then reboot.
If the trouble still exists, try another VGA card of different brand/model to see if the
system will start.
If the trouble still exists, try another memory module of different brand/model.
If the trouble still exists, try another CPU and Power Supply.
If the system runs successfully, shut it down and start re-installing the interface cards and
devices that were previously installed in the system. Re-install and start the system one at a
time until the system won’t start.
Malfunction in the OS:
If the system hangs after resuming from S3 or some testing program, if the CPU cannot be
recognized properly, if the display resolution mixed, or if a certain program cannot be
executed, etc, you may:
Upgrade the motherboard’s latest BIOS version.
Upgrade the add-on device’s latest driver version.
Check if there is any conflict in the “Control Panel/System Properties”.
Q: How to fill in the “Technical Support Form”?
A: To fill in this “Technical Support Form”, please refer to the following instructions:
Region: Type in your country name.
E-mail: Type in your contact E-mail information.
First name: Type in your first name.
Last name: Type in your last name.
Subject: Type in the model name and the problem of your motherboard.
Example 1: AA8XE and SCSI 29160 malfunction
Example 2: AA8XE boot fails, POST code AF
Example 3: AA8XE (system hang when S3 resume)
Motherboard: Type in the model name and revision number of your motherboard.
Example: AA8XE REV: 1.00
BIOS Version: Type in the BIOS version of your motherboard. (You can find it on the
screen during the POST sequence.)
CPU: Type in the brand name and the speed (MHz) of your CPU. (Illustrate the
over-clocking status if you had done so.)
Example: Intel 650 3.4GHz (OC FSB=220MHz)
Memory brand: Type in the brand and model name of your memory module.
Example: Memory brand: Kingston (KVR533D2N4/1G)
Memory size: Type in the size of your memory module.
Example: 512M* 4PCS
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Memory configuration: Type in the memory configuration in BIOS setting.
Example: Memory Timing: 2.5-3-3-7 @533MHz
Graphics information: Note Graphics card’s brand, model and driver version
Graphics card: Type in the brand and model name of your graphics card.
Example: ATI RADEON X850 XT PE
Graphics driver version: Type in the driver version of your graphics card
Example: Catalyst 5.12V
Power supply maker: Type in the brand and model name of your power supply unit.
Power supply wattage: Type in the power wattage of your power supply unit.
Storage devices: Type in the brand and specifications of your HDD drive and quantity.
Specify if it was inserted on IDE (Master or Slave) or SATA ports, including the RAID
allocation status.
Example 1: WD Caviar WD600 60GB (on IDE2 master), Maxtor DiamondMax 10 SATA
300GB (on SATA 3)
Example 2: Maxtor DiamondMax 10 SATA 300GB *2 (on SATA 3, SATA 4 RAID 1)
Optical devices: Type in the brand and specifications of your optical drives and
quantity. Specify if it was inserted on IDE (Master or Slave) or SATA ports.
Other devices: Indicate which add-on cards or USB devices you are absolutely sure
relate to the problem. If you cannot identify the problem’s origin, indicate all the add-on
cards or USB devices inserted on your system.
Example: AHA 29160 (on PCI 2), Sandisk Cruzer mini 256MB USB Flash-disk.
Operating system: Indicate which OS and language version
Example: Microsoft Windows XP SP2, English version
Example: Microsoft Media Center Edition 2005, Korean version
Problem description: Describe the problem of your system configuration. Indicate
the steps to duplicate problem if possible.
See the next page for a blank Technical Support Form, or visit our website to fill in the
form on line (http://www.abit.com.tw/page/en/contact/technical.php).
Q. Is the motherboard dead? Do I need to return it to where I bought from or go
through an RMA process?
A: After you have gone through the troubleshooting procedures, yet the problem still exists, or
you find an evident damage on the motherboard, please contact our RMA center.
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5.2.2 Technical Support Form
First name:
Last Name:
BIOS Version:
Memory brand:
Memory size:
Memory configuration:
Graphics card:
Graphics driver version:
Power supply maker:
Power supply wattage:
Storage devices:
Optical devices:
Other devices:
Operating system:
Problem description:
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5.2.3 Contact Information
Taiwan Head Office
Universal ABIT Co., Ltd.
6F, No. 323, Yang Guang St., Neihu,
Taipei, 114, Taiwan
Tel: 886-2-8751-3380
Fax: 886-2-8751-3381
Sales: sales@abit.com.tw
Austria, Czech, Romania, Bulgaria,
Slovakia, Croatia, Bosnia, Serbia,
Macedonia, Slovenia
Universal ABIT Austria Computer
Schmalbachstrasse 5, A-2201 Gerasdorf /
Wien, Austria
Marketing: market@abit.com.tw
Tel: 43-1-7346709
Fax: 43-1-7346713
North America, South America
Contact: office@abit-austria.at
Universal ABIT (USA) Corporation
2901 Bayview Drive,
Fremont, CA 94538, U.S.A.
Tel: 1-510-623-0500
Fax: 1-510-623-1092
Website: http://www.abit-austria.at
Universal ABIT (Shanghai) Co. Ltd.
Latin America: raymond@abit-usa.com
FL 19 Xuhui Yuan BLOG NO.1089
ZhongShan s 2 RD, ShangHai 200030
The People's Republic of China
RMA Center: http://rma.abit-usa.com
Tel: (86-21) 54102211
Fax: (86-21) 54104791
Website: http://www.abit-usa.com
Website: http://www.abit.com.cn
UK, Ireland
Universal ABIT UK Co. Ltd.
Unit 3, 24-26 Boulton Road, Stevenage,
Herts SG1 4QX, United Kingdom
Universal ABIT Poland (Rep. office)
Tel: +44-1438-228888
Fax: +44-1438-226333
For technical support and RMA return:
Tel: +44-1438-362088
Germany and Benelux (Belgium,
Netherlands, Luxembourg), France, Italy,
Spain, Portugal, Greece, Denmark,
Norway, Sweden, Finland, Switzerland
Universal ABIT NL B.V.
Jan van Riebeeckweg 15, 5928LG,
Venlo, The Netherlands
Chamber of Commerce Venlo – number
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Tel: +48-71-718-12-39
Fax: +48-71-718-12-38
Contact: gmorgiel@abit.com.tw
Universal ABIT Turkey (Rep. office)
Tel: 90 532 211 6860
Universal ABIT (Rep. office)
No.50, Valiasr Computer Center, Valiasr St.
Tehran Iran
Tel: 31-77-3204428
Fax: 31-77-3204420
Strzegomska 310/2, 54-432 Wroclaw
Tel: 98-21-88944287
Fax: 98-21-88941655
Contact: alireza_khoshdel@abit.com.tw
P/N: 4310-0000-89
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