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User’s Manual
Single Board Computer 3307810
Version 1.1, August 2007
Copyrights
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change the contents of this manual without prior notices in order to improve the function design,
performance, quality and reliability. The author assumes no responsibility for any errors or
omissions, which may appear in this manual, nor does it make a commitment to update the
information contained herein.
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3307810
Manual Conventions
WARNING!
Warnings appear where overlooked details may cause damage to the equipment or result
in personal injury. Warnings should be taken seriously. Warnings are easy to recognize.
The word “warning” is written as “WARNING,” both capitalized and bold and is followed by
text. The text is the warning message. A warning message is shown below:
WARNING:
This is an example of a warning message. Failure to adhere to warning
messages may result in permanent damage to the 3307810 or personal
injury to the user. Please take warning messages seriously.
CAUTION!
Cautionary messages should also be heeded to help reduce the chance of losing data or
damaging the 3307810. Cautions are easy to recognize. The word “caution” is written as
“CAUTION,” both capitalized and bold and is followed. The italicized text is the cautionary
message. A caution message is shown below:
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CAUTION:
This is an example of a caution message. Failure to adhere to cautions
messages may result in permanent damage to the 3307810. Please
take caution messages seriously.
NOTE:
These messages inform the reader of essential but non-critical information. These
messages should be read carefully as any directions or instructions contained therein can
help avoid making mistakes. Notes are easy to recognize. The word “note” is written as
“NOTE,” both capitalized and bold and is followed by text. The text is the cautionary
message. A note message is shown below:
NOTE:
This is an example of a note message. Notes should always be read.
Notes contain critical information about the 3307810. Please take note
messages seriously.
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Packing List
NOTE:
If any of the components listed in the checklist below are missing,
please do not proceed with the installation. Contact the GLOBAL
AMERICAN INC. reseller or vendor you purchased the 3307810 from or
contact a Global American sales representative directly. To contact a
Global American sales representative, please send an email to
[email protected]
The items listed below should all be included in the 3307810 package.
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1 x 3307810 single board computer
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1 x IDE cable
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1 KB/MS PS/2 Y-cable
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1 x SATA power cable
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2 x SATA cables
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1 x Dual RS-232 cable
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1 x Dual USB cable
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1 x Mini jumper pack
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1 x Utility CD
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1 x QIG (quick installation guide)
Images of the above items are shown in Chapter 3.
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Table of Contents
1
INTRODUCTION................................................................................................... 19
1.1 INTRODUCTION......................................................................................................... 20
1.1.1 3307810 Benefits.............................................................................................. 20
1.1.2 3307810 Features ............................................................................................ 20
1.2 3307810 OVERVIEW ................................................................................................. 21
1.2.1 3307810 Overview Photo................................................................................. 21
1.2.2 3307810 Peripheral Connectors and Jumpers ................................................ 22
1.2.3 Technical Specifications................................................................................... 23
2
DETAILED SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................... 27
2.1 OVERVIEW................................................................................................................ 28
2.2 DIMENSIONS ............................................................................................................. 28
2.2.1 Board Dimensions............................................................................................ 28
2.2.2 External Interface Panel Dimensions .............................................................. 28
2.3 DATA FLOW .............................................................................................................. 29
2.4 COMPATIBLE PROCESSORS ....................................................................................... 31
2.4.1 Compatible Processor Overview ..................................................................... 31
2.4.2 Supported Processors ...................................................................................... 31
2.5 INTEL® 945GM NORTHBRIDGE CHIPSET .................................................................. 32
2.5.1 Intel® 945GM Overview................................................................................... 32
2.5.2 Intel® 945GM Memory Support ....................................................................... 33
2.5.3 Intel® 945GM PCIe x1 Bus: PCIe GbE Ethernet Controller........................... 34
2.5.4 Intel® 945GM Integrated Graphics ................................................................. 34
2.5.4.1 Intel® 945GM Analog CRT Support ......................................................... 34
2.5.4.2 Intel® 945GM LVDS Support ................................................................... 35
2.5.4.3 Intel® 945GM TV Out Support................................................................. 35
2.5.5 Intel® 945GM Direct Media Interface (DMI) .................................................. 35
2.6 INTEL® ICH7-M SOUTHBRIDGE CHIPSET ................................................................. 36
2.6.1 Intel® ICH7-M Overview ................................................................................. 36
2.6.2 Intel® ICH7-M Audio Codec ’97 Controller.................................................... 36
2.6.3 Intel® ICH7-M Ethernet Connection ............................................................... 37
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2.6.4 Intel® ICH7-M IDE Interface........................................................................... 37
2.6.5 Intel® ICH7-M Low Pin Count (LPC) Interface .............................................. 38
2.6.6 Intel® ICH7-M PCI Interface........................................................................... 38
2.6.7 Intel® ICH7-M PCIe x4 Bus............................................................................. 39
2.6.8 Intel® ICH7-M Real Time Clock ...................................................................... 40
2.6.9 Intel® ICH7-M SATA Controller ...................................................................... 40
2.6.10 Intel® ICH7-M USB Controller...................................................................... 40
2.7 LPC BUS COMPONENTS ........................................................................................... 41
2.7.1 LPC Bus Overview........................................................................................... 41
2.7.2 BIOS Chipset.................................................................................................... 42
2.7.3 Super I/O chipset.............................................................................................. 42
2.7.3.1 Super I/O LPC Interface ........................................................................... 43
2.7.3.2 Super I/O 16C550 UARTs ........................................................................ 43
2.7.3.3 Super I/O Enhanced Hardware Monitor ................................................... 43
2.7.3.4 Super I/O Fan Speed Controller................................................................ 44
2.7.3.5 Super I/O Parallel Port .............................................................................. 44
2.7.3.6 Super I/O Keyboard/Mouse Controller..................................................... 44
2.8 ETHERNET LAN CONTROLLERS ............................................................................... 44
2.8.1 Ethernet LAN Controllers Overview................................................................ 44
2.8.2 Intel® PC82573V PCIe GbE Ethernet Controller........................................... 45
2.8.2.1 Intel® PC82573V Overview..................................................................... 45
2.8.3 Intel® EP82562ET PCIe GbE Ethernet Controller......................................... 46
2.8.3.1 Intel® EP82562ET Overview ................................................................... 46
2.8.3.2 Intel® EP82562ET Ethernet Controller.................................................... 46
2.9 ENVIRONMENTAL AND POWER SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................... 46
2.9.1 System Monitoring ........................................................................................... 46
2.9.2 Operating Temperature and Temperature Control........................................... 48
2.9.3 Power Consumption......................................................................................... 48
2.10 EXPANSION OPTIONS .............................................................................................. 48
2.10.1 Expansion Options Overview......................................................................... 48
2.10.2 GLOBAL AMERICAN INC. Expansion PICOe Backplanes.......................... 48
2.10.3 GLOBAL AMERICAN INC. Chassis.............................................................. 49
3
UNPACKING .......................................................................................................... 50
3.1 ANTI-STATIC PRECAUTIONS ...................................................................................... 51
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3.2 UNPACKING .............................................................................................................. 51
3.2.1 Unpacking Precautions.................................................................................... 51
3.3 UNPACKING CHECKLIST ........................................................................................... 51
3.3.1 Package Contents............................................................................................. 52
3.3.2 Optional Items.................................................................................................. 54
4
CONNECTOR PINOUTS...................................................................................... 56
4.1 PERIPHERAL INTERFACE CONNECTORS..................................................................... 57
4.1.1 3307810 Layout ............................................................................................... 57
4.1.2 Peripheral Interface Connectors ..................................................................... 58
4.1.3 External Interface Panel Connectors............................................................... 59
4.2 INTERNAL PERIPHERAL CONNECTORS ...................................................................... 60
4.2.1 +12V ATX Power Supply Connector ............................................................... 60
4.2.2 Audio Connector (9-pin) .................................................................................. 61
4.2.3 Backlight Inverter Connector .......................................................................... 62
4.2.4 Backplane to Mainboard Connector................................................................ 63
4.2.5 Compact Flash Socket...................................................................................... 64
4.2.6 Digital Input/Output (DIO) Connector............................................................ 67
4.2.7 Fan Connector (+12V) .................................................................................... 68
4.2.8 Front Panel Connector (8-pin) ........................................................................ 69
4.2.9 IDE Connector (44-pin)................................................................................... 71
4.2.10 Infrared Interface Connector (5-pin) ............................................................. 73
4.2.11 Keyboard/Mouse Connector........................................................................... 74
4.2.12 LVDS LCD Connector ................................................................................... 75
4.2.13 Parallel Port Connector ................................................................................ 77
4.2.14 SATA Drive Connectors ................................................................................. 78
4.2.15 Serial Port Connector (COM1 and COM2)................................................... 80
4.2.16 USB Connectors (Internal) ............................................................................ 81
4.3 EXTERNAL PERIPHERAL INTERFACE CONNECTOR PANEL ......................................... 83
4.3.1 LAN Connectors............................................................................................... 83
4.3.2 TV Connector ................................................................................................... 84
4.3.3 USB Connector ................................................................................................ 85
4.3.4 VGA Connector ................................................................................................ 85
5
INSTALLATION .................................................................................................... 88
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5.1 ANTI-STATIC PRECAUTIONS ...................................................................................... 89
5.2 INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS.............................................................................. 90
5.2.1 Installation Notices .......................................................................................... 90
5.2.2 Installation Checklist ....................................................................................... 91
5.3 CPU, CPU COOLING KIT AND DIMM INSTALLATION .............................................. 92
5.3.1 Socket M CPU Installation .............................................................................. 92
5.3.2 Cooling Kit 2107703 Installation .................................................................... 95
5.3.3 DIMM Installation ........................................................................................... 97
5.3.4 CF Card Installation........................................................................................ 98
5.4 JUMPER SETTINGS .................................................................................................... 99
5.4.1 CF Card Setup ............................................................................................... 100
5.4.2 Clear CMOS Jumper...................................................................................... 101
5.4.3 LVDS Voltage Selection.................................................................................. 103
5.4.4 PCIe Interface Setup ...................................................................................... 104
5.5 CHASSIS INSTALLATION .......................................................................................... 105
5.5.1 Airflow............................................................................................................ 105
5.6 INTERNAL PERIPHERAL DEVICE CONNECTIONS ...................................................... 106
5.6.1 Peripheral Device Cables .............................................................................. 106
5.6.2 IDE Cable Connection................................................................................... 107
5.6.3 5.1 Channel Audio Kit Installation ................................................................ 108
5.6.4 7.1 Channel Audio Kit Installation ................................................................ 109
5.6.5 Keyboard/Mouse Y-cable Connector .............................................................. 111
5.6.6 Parallel Port Cable without Bracket ..............................................................112
5.6.7 Dual RS-232 Cable with Slot Bracket.............................................................114
5.6.8 SATA Drive Connection ..................................................................................115
5.6.9 USB Cable (Dual Port) with Slot Bracket ......................................................117
5.7 EXTERNAL PERIPHERAL INTERFACE CONNECTION ..................................................119
5.7.1 LAN Connection (Single Connector) ..............................................................119
5.7.2 S-video Cable Connection.............................................................................. 120
5.7.3 USB Device Connection (Single Connector) ................................................. 121
5.7.4 VGA Monitor Connection .............................................................................. 122
A
DIO INTERFACE................................................................................................. 124
A.1 DIO INTERFACE INTRODUCTION............................................................................ 125
A.2 DIO CONNECTOR PINOUTS ................................................................................... 125
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A.3 ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE SAMPLES........................................................................... 126
A.3.1 Enable the DIO Input Function..................................................................... 126
A.3.2 Enable the DIO Output Function .................................................................. 126
B
WATCHDOG TIMER .......................................................................................... 128
C
ADDRESS MAPPING.......................................................................................... 133
C.1 ADDRESS MAP ....................................................................................................... 134
C.2 1ST MB MEMORY ADDRESS MAP .......................................................................... 134
C.3 IRQ MAPPING TABLE ............................................................................................ 135
C.4 DMA CHANNEL ASSIGNMENTS ............................................................................. 135
D
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS DISCLOSURE ................................................... 137
D.1 HAZARDOUS MATERIAL DISCLOSURE TABLE FOR IPB PRODUCTS CERTIFIED AS
ROHS COMPLIANT UNDER 2002/95/EC WITHOUT MERCURY ..................................... 138
E
INTEL® MATRIX STORAGE MANAGER ...................................................... 141
E.1 INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................... 142
E.1.1 Precautions .................................................................................................... 142
E.2 FEATURES AND BENEFITS....................................................................................... 143
E.3 ACCESSING THE INTEL® MATRIX STORAGE MANAGER .......................................... 143
E.4 RAID CONFIGURATION ......................................................................................... 144
E.4.1 Creating a RAID Volume ............................................................................... 144
E.4.2 Deleting a RAID Volume................................................................................ 149
E.4.3 Resetting a Disk to Non-RAID....................................................................... 151
E.4.4 Exiting the Matrix Storage Manager............................................................. 154
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List of Figures
Figure 1-1: 3307810 Overview [Front View] ...............................................................................21
Figure 1-2: 3307810 Overview [Rear View].................................................................................22
Figure 2-1: 3307810 Dimensions (mm) .......................................................................................28
Figure 2-2: External Interface Panel Dimensions (mm) ............................................................29
Figure 2-3: Data Flow Block Diagram .........................................................................................30
Figure 2-4: 240-pin DDR2 DIMM Sockets ...................................................................................33
Figure 2-5: PCIe GbE LAN Chipset and Connector...................................................................34
Figure 2-6: 10Mbps or 100Mbps LAN Controller Chipset and Connector ..............................37
Figure 2-7: PCI Golden finger......................................................................................................39
Figure 2-8: PCIe x4 Golden finger...............................................................................................39
Figure 2-9: Onboard USB Implementation .................................................................................41
Figure 2-10: LPC Bus Components ............................................................................................42
Figure 4-1: Connector and Jumper Locations...........................................................................57
Figure 4-2: Connector and Jumper Locations (Solder Side) ...................................................58
Figure 4-3: +12V ATX Power Connector Location .....................................................................60
Figure 4-4: Audio Connector Pinouts (10-pin) ...........................................................................61
Figure 4-5: Panel Backlight Connector Pinout Locations ........................................................62
Figure 4-6: Backplane to Mainboard Connector Location .......................................................64
Figure 4-7: CF Card Socket Location .........................................................................................65
Figure 4-8: DIO Connector Connector Locations......................................................................67
Figure 4-9: +12V Fan Connector Location .................................................................................69
Figure 4-10: Front Panel Connector Pinout Locations .............................................................70
Figure 4-11: IDE Device Connector Locations...........................................................................72
Figure 4-12: Infrared Connector Pinout Locations ...................................................................73
Figure 4-13: Keyboard/Mouse Connector Location ..................................................................74
Figure 4-14: LVDS LCD Connector Pinout Locations ...............................................................76
Figure 4-15: Parallel Port Connector Location ..........................................................................77
Figure 4-16: SATA Drive Connector Locations ..........................................................................79
Figure 4-17: COM1 and COM2 Connector Pinout Locations ...................................................80
Figure 4-18: USB Connector Pinout Locations .........................................................................82
Figure 4-19: 3307810 External Peripheral Interface Connector ...............................................83
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Figure 4-20: RJ-45 Ethernet Connector......................................................................................84
Figure 4-21: VGA Connector........................................................................................................86
Figure 5-1: Make sure the CPU socket retention screw is unlocked ......................................93
Figure 5-2: Lock the CPU Socket Retention Screw...................................................................94
Figure 5-3: GLOBAL AMERICAN INC. 2107703 Cooling Kit .....................................................95
Figure 5-4: Cooling Kit Support Bracket ....................................................................................96
Figure 5-5: Connect the cooling fan cable.................................................................................96
Figure 5-6: Installing a DIMM .......................................................................................................97
Figure 5-7: CF Card Installation ..................................................................................................99
Figure 5-8: Jumper Locations .....................................................................................................99
Figure 5-9: CF Card Setup Jumper Location .......................................................................... 101
Figure 5-10: Clear CMOS Jumper ............................................................................................ 102
Figure 5-11: LVDS Voltage Selection Jumper Pinout Locations........................................... 104
Figure 5-12: PCIe Interface Select Jumper Pinout Locations ............................................... 105
Figure 5-13: IDE Cable Connection.......................................................................................... 107
Figure 5-14: 5.1 Channel Audio Kit .......................................................................................... 109
Figure 5-15: 5.1 Channel Audio Kit ...........................................................................................111
Figure 5-16: Keyboard/mouse Y-cable Connection ................................................................112
Figure 5-17: LPT Cable Connection..........................................................................................113
Figure 5-18: Connect the LPT Device .......................................................................................114
Figure 5-19: Dual RS-232 Cable Installation ............................................................................115
Figure 5-20: SATA Drive Cable Connection .............................................................................116
Figure 5-21: SATA Power Drive Connection ............................................................................117
Figure 5-22: Dual USB Cable Connection ................................................................................118
Figure 5-23: LAN Connection ................................................................................................... 120
Figure 5-24: S-video Cable Connector .................................................................................... 121
Figure 5-25: USB Device Connection ...................................................................................... 122
Figure 5-26: VGA Connector..................................................................................................... 123
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List of Tables
Table 1-1: Technical Specifications ............................................................................................25
Table 2-1: Processor Features ....................................................................................................31
Table 2-2: Supported Processors ...............................................................................................32
Table 2-3: Supported HDD Specifications..................................................................................38
Table 2-4: Power Consumption ...................................................................................................48
Table 2-5: Compatible GLOBAL AMERICAN INC. PICOe Backplanes.....................................49
Table 2-6: Compatible GLOBAL AMERICAN INC. Chassis .......................................................49
Table 3-1: Package List Contents................................................................................................53
Table 3-2: Optional Items .............................................................................................................54
Table 4-1: Peripheral Interface Connectors ...............................................................................59
Table 4-2: Rear Panel Connectors ..............................................................................................59
Table 4-3: +12V ATX Power Connector Pinouts.........................................................................61
Table 4-4: Audio Connector Pinouts (10-pin).............................................................................62
Table 4-5: Panel Backlight Connector Pinouts ..........................................................................63
Table 4-6: Backplane to Mainboard Connector Pinouts ...........................................................64
Table 4-7: CF Card Socket Pinouts .............................................................................................66
Table 4-8: DIO Connector Connector Pinouts ...........................................................................68
Table 4-9: +12V Fan Connector Pinouts .....................................................................................69
Table 4-10: Front Panel Connector Pinouts ...............................................................................70
Table 4-11: IDE Connector Pinouts .............................................................................................73
Table 4-12: Infrared Connector Pinouts .....................................................................................74
Table 4-13: Keyboard/Mouse Connector Pinouts......................................................................75
Table 4-14: LVDS LCD Port Connector Pinouts.........................................................................77
Table 4-15: Parallel Port Connector Pinouts..............................................................................78
Table 4-16: SATA Drive Connector Pinouts................................................................................79
Table 4-17: COM3 and COM4.......................................................................................................81
Table 4-18: USB Port Connector Pinouts ...................................................................................82
Table 4-19: LAN Pinouts...............................................................................................................83
Table 4-20: RJ-45 Ethernet Connector LEDs .............................................................................84
Table 4-21: TV1 Pinouts ...............................................................................................................85
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Table 4-22: USB Port Pinouts ......................................................................................................85
Table 4-23: VGA Connector Pinouts ...........................................................................................86
Table 5-1: Jumpers .................................................................................................................... 100
Table 5-2: CF Card Setup Jumper Settings............................................................................. 100
Table 5-3: Clear CMOS Jumper Settings ................................................................................. 102
Table 5-4: LVDS Voltage Selection Jumper Settings.............................................................. 103
Table 5-5: PCIe Interface Select Jumper Settings .................................................................. 104
Table 5-6: GLOBAL AMERICAN INC. Provided Cables .......................................................... 106
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BIOS Menus
Menu 1: Main ......................................................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Menu 2: Advanced ................................................................................ Error! Bookmark not defined.
Menu 3: CPU Configuration................................................................. Error! Bookmark not defined.
Menu 4: IDE Configuration................................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Menu 5: IDE Master and IDE Slave Configuration............................. Error! Bookmark not defined.
Menu 6: Super IO Configuration ......................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Menu 7: Hardware Health Configuration ............................................ Error! Bookmark not defined.
Menu 8: ACPI Configuration ................................................................ Error! Bookmark not defined.
Menu 9: General ACPI Configuration [Advanced\ ACPI Configuration] ...... Error! Bookmark not
defined.
Menu 10:Advanced Power Management Configuration ................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Menu 11: MPS Configuration............................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Menu 12: Remote Access Configuration [Advanced] ....................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Menu 13: USB Configuration............................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Menu 14: PCI/PnP Configuration ........................................................ Error! Bookmark not defined.
Menu 15: Boot ....................................................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Menu 16: Boot Settings Configuration ............................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Menu 17: Boot Device Priority Settings ............................................. Error! Bookmark not defined.
Menu 18: Hard Disk Drives .................................................................. Error! Bookmark not defined.
Menu 19: Security ................................................................................. Error! Bookmark not defined.
Menu 20: Chipset .................................................................................. Error! Bookmark not defined.
Menu 21:NorthBridge Chipset Configuration .................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Menu 22:SouthBridge Chipset Configuration.................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Menu 23:Exit.......................................................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
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Glossary
AC ’97
Audio Codec 97
HDD
Hard Disk Drive
ACPI
Advanced Configuration and
IDE
Integrated Data Electronics
Power Interface
I/O
Input/Output
APM
Advanced Power Management
ICH4
I/O Controller Hub 4
ARMD
ATAPI Removable Media Device
L1 Cache Level 1 Cache
ASKIR
Shift Keyed Infrared
L2 Cache Level 2 Cache
ATA
Advanced Technology
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display
Attachments
LPT
Parallel Port Connector
BIOS
Basic Input/Output System
LVDS
Low Voltage Differential Signaling
CFII
Compact Flash Type 2
MAC
Media Access Controller
CMOS
Complementary Metal Oxide
OS
Operating System
Semiconductor
PCI
Peripheral Connect Interface
CPU
Central Processing Unit
PIO
Programmed Input Output
Codec
Compressor/Decompressor
PnP
Plug and Play
COM
Serial Port
POST
Power On Self Test
DAC
Digital to Analog Converter
RAM
Random Access Memory
DDR
Double Data Rate
SATA
Serial ATA
DIMM
Dual Inline Memory Module
S.M.A.R.T Self Monitoring Analysis and
DIO
Digital Input/Output
DMA
Direct Memory Access
SPD
Serial Presence Detect
EIDE
Enhanced IDE
S/PDI
Sony/Philips Digital Interface
EIST
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep
SDRAM
Synchronous Dynamic Random
Reporting Technology
Access Memory
Technology
FDD
Floppy Disk Drive
SIR
Serial Infrared
FDC
Floppy Disk Connector
UART
Universal Asynchronous
FFIO
Flexible File Input/Output
FIFO
First In/First Out
USB
Universal Serial Bus
FSB
Front Side Bus
VGA
Video Graphics Adapter
IrDA
Infrared Data Association
Receiver-transmitter
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Chapter
1
1 Introduction
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1.1 Introduction
The half-size 3307810 CPU card is a Socket M Intel® Core™2 Duo, Intel® Core™ Duo,
Intel® Core™ Solo or Intel® Celeron M (Yohan core) CPU platform. The 3307810 has a
maximum front side bus (FSB) frequency of 667MHz and supports 667MHz 2GB dual
channel memory modules. The 3307810 also comes with multiple display options, dual PCI
Express (PCIe) Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) and has flexible storage options including support
for two second-generation serial ATA (SATA) hard disk drives (HDD), two IDE HDD and a
CompactFlash® Type II (CF Type II) disk.
1.1.1 3307810 Benefits
Some of the 3307810 benefits are listed below:
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Multiple display output options
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Storage flexibility with support for SATA drives, IDE drives and CompactFlash
(CF) disks
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DDR2 support enables faster data transfers
„
Multiple I/O interfaces provide connectivity to a broad range of external
peripheral devices
1.1.2 3307810 Features
Some of the 3307810 features are listed below.
„
Support for the following Socket M processors:
o
o
o
o
Intel® Core™2 Duo
Intel® Core™ Duo
Intel® Core™ Solo
Intel® Celeron® M
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Maximum FSB of 667MHz
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Maximum of 4GB of memory supported with two 240-pin dual channel
400MHz, 533MHz or 667MHz 2GB DDR2 DIMMs
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Two SATA drives with transfer rates of 1.5 Gbps supported
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Two Ultra ATA 100, Ultra ATA 66 or Ultra ATA 33 IDE HDDs supported
„
Five USB 2.0 devices supported
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Dual PCIe GbE Ethernet connectivity
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Multiple display options including CRT,HDTV and dual-channel LVDS
„
Half-size form factor
„
RoHS compliant
„
Supports AT and ATX power supplies
1.2 3307810 Overview
1.2.1 3307810 Overview Photo
The 3307810 has a wide variety of internal and external peripheral connectors. A labeled
photo of the peripheral connectors on the front of the 3307810 is shown in Figure 1-1.
Figure 1-1: 3307810 Overview [Front View]
A labeled photo of the peripheral connectors on the back of the 3307810 is shown in Figure
1-1.
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Figure 1-2: 3307810 Overview [Rear View]
1.2.2 3307810 Peripheral Connectors and Jumpers
The 3307810 has the following connectors on-board:
„
1 x Audio connector
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1 x Backplane power connector
„
1 x Compact flash connector
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1 x Digital input/output connector
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1 x Fan connector
„
1 x Front panel connector
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1 x IDE disk drive connector
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1 x Infrared interface connector
„
1 x Inverter connector
„
1 x Keyboard and mouse connector
„
1 x LVDS connector
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2 x Serial port connectors (internal COM 1 and COM 2 RS-232)
„
1 x Parallel port connector
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2 x Serial ATA (SATA) drive connectors
„
2 x USB connectors
The 3307810 has the following external peripheral interface connectors on the board rear
panel
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2 x Ethernet connectors
„
1 x USB port connectors
„
1 x TV Out Mini DIN connector
„
1 x VGA connector
The 3307810 has the following on-board jumpers:
„
Clear CMOS
„
CF Card setup
„
LVDS voltage selection
„
PCIe interface setup
1.2.3 Technical Specifications
3307810 technical specifications are listed in Table 1-1. See Chapter 2 for details.
Specification
3307810
Form Factor
Half-size
Socket M Intel® Core™2 Duo
Socket M Intel® Core™ Duo
System CPU
Socket M Intel® Core™ Solo
Socket M Intel® Celeron M (Yonah core)
Front Side Bus
400MHz, 533Mhz, or 667MHz
Northbridge: Intel® 945GM
System Chipset
Southbridge: Intel® ICH7-M
Two 240-pin DIMM sockets support two dual-channel
Memory
400MHz, 533MHz or 667MHz DDR2 DIMMs with a maximum
capacity of 2GB each
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CRT: Integrated in the Intel® 945GM to support CRT
Display
LVDS: Dual channel 18-bit LVDS LCD panel
HDTV: Supported by component interface
BIOS
AMI Flash BIOS
Audio
7.1 channel or 5.1 channel audio with an optional AC-KIT
Intel® 82573 PCIe GbE chipset
LAN
Intel® 82562 Ethernet chipset
COM
USB2.0
Two RS-232 serial ports
Five USB 2.0 devices supported by two onboard USB 2.0
connectors and one external USB 2.0 port
IDE
One 44-pin IDE connects to two Ultra ATA33/66/100 devices
SATA
Two 1.5 Gbps SATA drives supported
Keyboard/Mouse
One 6-pin connector connects to a keyboard
Super I/O
ITE IT8712FHX
Digital I/O
One 8-bit digital I/O connector (4-bit input / 4-bit output)
Infrared
One Infrared connector
SSD
CF Type II
Watchdog Timer
Software programmable 1-255 sec. by super I/O
Power Supply
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Temperature
0ºC – 60ºC (32ºF - 140ºF)
Humidity (operating)
5%~95% non-condensing
Dimensions (LxW)
185mm x 122mm
Weight (GW/NW)
1000g/ 171g
Table 1-1: Technical Specifications
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Chapter
2
2 Detailed Specifications
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2.1 Overview
This chapter describes the specifications and on-board features of the 3307810 in detail.
2.2 Dimensions
2.2.1 Board Dimensions
The dimensions of the board are listed below:
„
Length:
185mm
„
Width:
122mm
Figure 2-1: 3307810 Dimensions (mm)
2.2.2 External Interface Panel Dimensions
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External peripheral interface connector panel dimensions are shown in Figure 2-2.
Figure 2-2: External Interface Panel Dimensions (mm)
2.3 Data Flow
Figure 2-3 shows the data flow between the two on-board chipsets and other components
installed on the motherboard and described in the following sections of this chapter.
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Figure 2-3: Data Flow Block Diagram
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2.4 Compatible Processors
2.4.1 Compatible Processor Overview
The 3307810 supports the following Socket M processors:
„
Intel® Core™2 Duo Mobile processors
„
Intel® Core™ Duo processors
„
Intel® Core™ Solo processors
„
Intel® Celeron® M processors
®
All three of the above processors communicate with the Intel
945GM northbridge chipset
through a 667MHz front side bus (FSB). Features of the supported processors are listed in
Table 2-1.
CPU Features
Core™2 Duo Mobile
Core™ Duo
Core™ Solo
Celeron® M
Dual core
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
EM64T
Yes
No
No
No
Virtualization
Yes
Yes
No
No
Enhanced Halt State (C1E)
Enhanced Intel
®
®
Speedstep
Technolgy
Execute Disable Bit
®
Intel
®
Intel
Technology
Table 2-1: Processor Features
2.4.2 Supported Processors
Specifications for the compatible processors are listed in Table 2-2 below:
Family
CPU Speed Processor # Bus Speed
Mfg Tech
Stepping
Cache Size
Core™2 Duo Mobile
2.33 GHz
T7600
667 MHz
65 nm
B2
4 MB
2.16 GHz
T7400
667 MHz
65 nm
B2
4 MB
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Family
CPU Speed Processor # Bus Speed
Mfg Tech
Stepping
Cache Size
2 GHz
T7200
667 MHz
65 nm
B2
4 MB
1.83 GHz
T5600
667 MHz
65 nm
B2
2 MB
1.66 GHz
T5500
667 MHz
65 nm
B2
2 MB
2 GHz
T2500
667 MHz
65 nm
C0
2 MB
1.66 GHz
T2300E
667 MHz
65 nm
C0
2 MB
Core™ Solo
1.83 GHz
T1400
667 MHz
65 nm
C0
2 MB
Celeron® M
2 GHz
450
533 MHz
65 nm
D0
1 MB
1.86 GHz
440
533 MHz
65 nm
D0
1 MB
1.73 GHz
430
533 MHz
65 nm
C0
1 MB
1.73 GHz
430
533 MHz
65 nm
D0
1 MB
1.73GHz
530
533 MHz
65 nm
-
1 MB
1.60 GHz
520
533 MHz
65 nm
B2
1 MB
1.46 GHz
410
533 MHz
65 nm
C0
1 MB
Core™ Duo
Table 2-2: Supported Processors
2.5 Intel® 945GM Northbridge Chipset
2.5.1 Intel® 945GM Overview
The Intel® 945GM northbridge chipset has the Generation 3.1 Intel Integrated Graphics
Engine and the Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 950 (Intel® GMA 950). The integrated
graphics and memory controller hub (GMCH) facilitates the flow of information primarily
between the following four interfaces:
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„
Front Side Bus (FSB)
„
System Memory Interface
„
Graphics Interface
„
Direct Media Interface (DMI)
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2.5.2 Intel® 945GM Memory Support
WARNING:
Only DDR2 memory module can be installed on the 3307810. Do not
install DDR memory modules. If a DDR memory module is installed on
the 3307810, the 3307810 may be irreparably damaged.
The Intel® 945GM northbridge chipset on the 3307810 supports two DDR2 240-pin DIMMs
with the following features:
„
Two 240-pin DIMMs
„
DDR2 only (DO NOT install a DDR DIMM)
„
Single-channel or dual-channel
„
Capacities of 256MB, 512MB, 1GB or 2GB
„
Transfer speeds of 400MHz, 533MHz or 667MHz
„
64-bit wide channel
The memory socket is shown in Figure 2-4.
Figure 2-4: 240-pin DDR2 DIMM Sockets
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2.5.3 Intel® 945GM PCIe x1 Bus: PCIe GbE Ethernet Controller
One lane of the PCIe (PCIe x1) bus on the Intel® 945GM northbridge chipset is interfaced
to an external RJ-45 LAN connector (LAN1) through an Intel® PC82573V PCIe GbE
controller. The PCIe GbE controller and the LAN1 RJ-45 connector are shown in Figure
2-5. For more detailed information about the Intel® PC82573V PCIe GbE controller, please
refer to Section below.
Figure 2-5: PCIe GbE LAN Chipset and Connector
2.5.4 Intel® 945GM Integrated Graphics
The Intel® 945GM northbridge chipset has an Intel® Gen. 3.5 integrated graphics engine
that supports the following display devices:
„
Analog CRT
„
LVDS
„
TV-Out
2.5.4.1 Intel® 945GM Analog CRT Support
A DB-15 VGA connector on the external peripheral interface connector panel is interfaced
to the Intel® 945GM graphics engine. The Intel® 945GM internal graphics engine, with an
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integrated 400MHz RAMDAC and hot plug CRT support, supports analog CRT monitors up
to QXGA.
2.5.4.2 Intel® 945GM LVDS Support
A 30-pin LVDS crimp connector is interfaced to the Intel® 945GM graphics engine. The
Intel® 945GM internal graphics engine supports LVDS displays with the following features:
„
Up to UXGA monitors with a maximum resolution of 1600 x 1200
„
18-bit 25MHz to 112MHz single-channel or dual-channel LVDS screens
„
CPIS 1.5 compliant LVDS screens
2.5.4.3 Intel® 945GM TV Out Support
An external 7-pin DIN TV output connector is interfaced to the Intel® 945GM graphics
engine. The Intel® 945GM internal graphics engine has the following TV output features:
„
Three integrated 10-bit DACs
„
Macrovision support
„
Overscaling
„
NTSC and PAL formats supported
„
Supports RCA or S-VIDEO connectivity
„
Supports HDTV with the following resolutions:
o
o
o
o
480p
720p
1080i
1080p
2.5.5 Intel® 945GM Direct Media Interface (DMI)
Intel® 945GM northbridge GMCH is connected to the Intel® ICH7-M Southbridge Chipset
through the chip-to-chip Direct Media Interface (DMI). Features of the Intel® 945GM DMI
are listed below:
„
2GB/s (1GB/s in each direction) bus speed
„
32-bit downstream address
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2.6 Intel® ICH7-M Southbridge Chipset
2.6.1 Intel® ICH7-M Overview
The Intel® ICH7-M southbridge chipset is connected to the Intel® 945GM northbridge
GMCH through the chip-to-chip Direct Media Interface (DMI). Some of the features of the
Intel® ICH7-M are listed below.
„
Complies with PCI Express Base Specification, Revision 1.0a
„
Complies with PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.3 and supports 33MHz
PCI operations
„
Supports ACPI Power Management Logic
„
Contains:
o
o
o
„
Enhanced DMA controller
Interrupt controller
Timer functions
Integrated SATA host controller with DMA operations interfaced to four SATA
connectors on the 3307810
„
Integrated IDE controller supports Ultra ATA 100/66/33
„
Supports the four USB 2.0 devices on the 3307810 with four UHCI controllers
and one EHCI controller
„
Complies with System Management Bus (SMBus) Specification, Version 2.0
„
Supports Audio Codec ’97 (AC’97) Revision 2.3
„
Supports Intel® High Definition Audio
„
Contains Low Pin Count (LPC) interface
„
Supports Firmware Hub (FWH) interface
„
Serial peripheral interface support
2.6.2 Intel® ICH7-M Audio Codec ’97 Controller
The Audio Codec ’97 (AC’97) controller integrated into the ICH7-M complies with AC’97
Component Specification, Version 2.3. The AC’97 controller is connected to the onboard
audio connector. The audio connector is connected to an optional 5.1 channel or 7.1
channel audio kit with an embedded AC’97 audio codec. The AC’97 controller supports up
to six PCM audio output channels. Complete surround sound requires six-channel audio
consisting of:
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„
Front left
„
Front right
„
Back left
„
Back right
„
Center
„
Subwoofer
2.6.3 Intel® ICH7-M Ethernet Connection
An integrated PHY on the Intel® ICH7-M southbridge is interfaced to an Intel® EP82562ET
10Mbps or 100Mbps Ethernet controller. The Intel® EP82562ET controller is then
connected to the LAN2 RJ-45 connector. See Figure 2-6 below. For more details on the
Intel® EP82562ET controller, please see below.
Figure 2-6: 10Mbps or 100Mbps LAN Controller Chipset and Connector
2.6.4 Intel® ICH7-M IDE Interface
The integrated IDE interface on the ICH7-M southbridge supports two IDE hard disks and
ATAPI devices. PIO IDE transfers up to 16MB/s and Ultra ATA transfers of 100MB/s. The
integrated IDE interface is able to support the following IDE HDDs:
„
Ultra ATA/100, with data transfer rates up to 100MB/s
„
Ultra ATA/66, with data transfer rates up to 66MB/s
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„
Ultra ATA/33, with data transfer rates up to 33MB/s
Specification
Ultra ATA/100
Ultra ATA/66
Ultra ATA/33
IDE devices
2
2
2
PIO Mode
0–4
0–4
0–4
PIO Max Transfer Rate
16.6 MB/s
16.6 MB/s
16.6 MB/s
DMA/UDMA designation
UDMA 3 - 4
UDMA 3 – 4
UDMA 2
DMA/UDMA Max Transfer
100MB/s
66MB/s
33MB/s
Controller Interface
5V
5V
5V
Table 2-3: Supported HDD Specifications
2.6.5 Intel® ICH7-M Low Pin Count (LPC) Interface
The ICH7-M LPC interface complies with the LPC 1.1 specifications. The LPC bus from the
ICH6 is connected to the following components:
„
BIOS chipset
„
Super I/O chipset
2.6.6 Intel® ICH7-M PCI Interface
The PCI interface on the ICH7-M is compliant with the PCI Revision 2.3 implementation.
Some of the features of the PCI interface are listed below.
„
PCI Revision 2.3 compliant
„
33MHz
„
5V tolerant PCI signals (except PME#)
„
Integrated PCI arbiter supports up to seven PCI bus masters
The PCI bus is connected to an interface gold finger on the bottom of the CPU cards and
supports four expansion PCI cards on the backplane.
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Figure 2-7: PCI Golden finger
2.6.7 Intel® ICH7-M PCIe x4 Bus
The Intel® ICH7-M southbridge chipset has four PCIe lanes. The four PCIe lanes are
interfaced through a golden finger on the bottom of the CPU card through a compatible
half-size backplane to either four PCIe x1 expansion cards or one PCIe x4 expansion card
on. The PCIe x4 golden finger is shown in Figure 2-8 below.
Figure 2-8: PCIe x4 Golden finger
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2.6.8 Intel® ICH7-M Real Time Clock
256 bytes of battery backed RAM is provided by the Motorola MC146818A real time clock
(RTC) integrated into the ICH6. The RTC operates on a 3V battery and 32.768KHz crystal.
The RTC keeps track of the time and stores system data even when the system is turned
off.
2.6.9 Intel® ICH7-M SATA Controller
The integrated SATA controller on the ICH7-M southbridge supports four SATA drives on
the 3307810 with independent DMA operations. SATA controller specifications are listed
below.
„
Supports four SATA drives
„
Supports 3Gb/s data transfer speeds
„
Supports Serial ATA Specification, Revision 1.0a
2.6.10 Intel® ICH7-M USB Controller
Up to five high-speed, full-speed or low-speed USB devices are supported by the ICH7-M
on the 3307810. High-speed USB 2.0, with data transfers of up to 480MB/s, is enabled with
the ICH7-M integrated Enhanced Host Controller Interface (EHCI) compliant host
controller. USB full-speed and low-speed signaling is supported by the ICH7-M integrated
Universal Host Controller Interface (UHCI) controllers.
The five USB ports implemented on the 3307810 are connected to two internal connectors
and one external connector. See Figure 2-9.
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Figure 2-9: Onboard USB Implementation
2.7 LPC Bus Components
2.7.1 LPC Bus Overview
The LPC bus is connected to components listed below:
„
BIOS chipset
„
Super I/O chipset
The BIOS chipset and Super I/O chipset are shown in Figure 2-10 below.
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Figure 2-10: LPC Bus Components
2.7.2 BIOS Chipset
The BIOS chipset has a licensed copy of AMI BIOS installed on the chipset. Some of the
BIOS features are listed below:
„
AMI Flash BIOS
„
SMIBIOS (DMI) compliant
„
Console redirection function support
„
PXE (Pre-boot Execution Environment) support
„
USB booting support
2.7.3 Super I/O chipset
The iTE IT8712F Super I/O chipset is connected to the Intel® ICH7-M southbridge through
the LPC bus. The iTE IT8712F is an LPC interface-based Super I/O device that comes with
Environment Controller integration. Some of the features of the iTE IT8712F chipset are
listed below:
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LPC Interface
„
PC98/99/2001, ACPI and LANDesk Compliant
„
Enhanced Hardware Monitor
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„
Fan Speed Controller
„
SmartGuardian Controller
„
Single +5V Power Supply
„
Two 16C550 UARTs for serial port control
„
One IEEE 1284 Parallel Port
„
Floppy Disk Controller
„
Keyboard Controller
„
Watchdog Timer
„
Serial IRQ Support
„
Vbat & Vcch Support
„
Single +5V Power Supply
Some of the Super I/O features are described in more detail below:
2.7.3.1 Super I/O LPC Interface
The LPC interface on the Super I/O complies with the Intel® Low Pin Count Specification
Rev. 1.0. The LPC interface supports both LDRQ# and SERIRQ protocols as well as PCI
PME# interfaces.
2.7.3.2 Super I/O 16C550 UARTs
The onboard Super I/O has two integrated 16C550 UARTs that can support the following:
„
Two standard serial ports (COM1 and COM2)
„
IrDa 1.0 and ASKIR protocols
2.7.3.3 Super I/O Enhanced Hardware Monitor
The Super I/O Enhanced Hardware Monitor monitors three thermal inputs, VBAT internally,
and eight voltage monitor inputs. These hardware parameters are reported in the BIOS and
can be read from the BIOS Hardware Health Configuration menu.
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2.7.3.4 Super I/O Fan Speed Controller
The Super I/O fan speed controller enables the system to monitor the speed of the fan. One
of the pins on the fan connector is reserved for fan speed detection and interfaced to the
fan speed controller on the Super I/O. The fan speed is then reported in the BIOS.
2.7.3.5 Super I/O Parallel Port
The Super I/O parallel port (LPT) supports standard mode, enhanced mode and
high-speed mode parallel port devices. The LPT is compliant with the following LPT modes.
„
Standard mode
o
„
Enhanced mode
o
o
„
Bi-directional SPP compliant
EPP v1.7 compliant
EPP v1.9 compliant
High-speed mode
o
ECP, IEEE 1284 compliant
2.7.3.6 Super I/O Keyboard/Mouse Controller
The Super I/O keyboard/mouse controller can execute the 8042 instruction set. Some of
the keyboard controller features are listed below:
„
The 8042 instruction is compatible with a PS/2 keyboard and PS/2 mouse
„
Gate A20 and Keyboard reset output
„
Supports multiple keyboard power on events
„
Supports mouse double-click and/or mouse move power on events
2.8 Ethernet LAN Controllers
2.8.1 Ethernet LAN Controllers Overview
As described above (see Section 0 and Section 2.6.3), the PICOe has two Ethernet
controllers, the Intel® PC82573V and the Intel® EP82562ET. These two LAN controllers
are described below.
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2.8.2 Intel® PC82573V PCIe GbE Ethernet Controller
2.8.2.1 Intel® PC82573V Overview
The Intel® PC82573V is a PCIe GbE Ethernet controller that interfaces the Intel® 945GM
northbridge chipset to the LAN1 RJ-45 connector. The Intel® 82573 Gigabit Ethernet
Controller provides a standard IEEE 802.3 Ethernet interface for 1000BASE-T,
100BASE-TX, and 10BASE-T applications (802.3, 802.3u, and 802.3ab, respectively).
„
2 Gbps peak bandwidth per direction
„
PCI Express Rev 1.0a specification
„
High bandwidth density per pin
„
Wide, pipelined internal data path architecture
„
Optimized transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) queues
„
32 KB configurable Rx and Tx first-in/first-out (FIFO)
„
IEEE 802.3x*-compliant flow-control support with software controllable pause
times and threshold values
„
Programmable host memory Rx buffers (256 B-16 KB)
„
Descriptor ring management hardware for Tx and Rx
„
Mechanism for reducing interrupts from Tx/Rx operations
„
Integrated PHY for 10/100/1000 Mbps (full- and half-duplex)
„
IEEE 802.3ab* auto-negotiation support
„
IEEE 802.3ab PHY compliance and compatibility
„
Tx/Rx IP, TCP, and UDP checksum offloading
„
Tx TCP segmentation
„
Advanced packet filtering
„
Intel SingleDriver™ technology
„
Alerting Standards Format 2.0 (82573V only)
„
Advanced Pass Through (82573V only)
„
Boot ROM Preboot eXecution Environment (PXE) Flash interface support
„
SDG 3.0, WfM 3.0 and PC2001 compliant
„
Wake on LAN support
®
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2.8.3 Intel® EP82562ET PCIe GbE Ethernet Controller
2.8.3.1 Intel® EP82562ET Overview
The Intel® 82562ET is an IEEE 10BASE-T and 100BASE-TX Ethernet controller that
connects the Intel® ICH7-M southbridge chipset to the LAN2 RJ-45 connector. The Intel®
82562ET is designed for 10Mbps or 100Mbps Ethernet systems.
2.8.3.2 Intel® EP82562ET Ethernet Controller
Some features of the Intel® EP82562ET Ethernet controller are written below:
„
IEEE 802.3 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX compliant physical layer interface
„
IEEE 802.3u Auto-Negotiation support
„
Digital Adaptive Equalization control
„
Link status interrupt capability
„
XOR Tree mode support for board testing
„
3-port LED support (speed, link and activity)
„
10BASE-T auto-polarity correction
„
Diagnostic loopback mode
„
1:1 transmit transformer ratio support
„
Low power (less than 300 mW in active transmit mode)
„
Reduced power in “unplugged mode” (less than 50 mW)
„
Automatic detection of “unplugged mode”
„
3.3 V device
„
48-pin Shrink Small Outline Package
„
Platform LAN connect interface support
2.9 Environmental and Power Specifications
2.9.1 System Monitoring
Three thermal inputs on the 3307810 Super I/O Enhanced Hardware Monitor monitor the
following temperatures:
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System temperature
„
Power temperature
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„
CPU temperature
Eight voltage inputs on the 3307810 Super I/O Enhanced Hardware Monitor monitor the
following voltages:
„
Vcore
„
+2.5V
„
+3.3V
„
+5.0V
„
+12.0V
„
DDR Vtt
„
+1.5V
„
5VSB
The 3307810 Super I/O Enhanced Hardware Monitor also monitors the following voltages
internally:
„
VBAT
The 3307810 Super I/O Enhanced Hardware Monitor also monitors the following fan
speeds:
„
CPU Fan speed
The values for the above environmental parameters are all recorded in the BIOS Hardware
Health Configuration menu.
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2.9.2 Operating Temperature and Temperature Control
The maximum and minimum operating temperatures for the 3307810 are listed below.
„
Minimum Operating Temperature: 0ºC (32°F)
„
Maximum Operating Temperature: 60°C (140°F)
A cooling fan and heat sink must be installed on the CPU. Thermal paste must be smeared
on the lower side of the heat sink before it is mounted on the CPU. Heat sinks are also
mounted on the northbridge and southbridge chipsets to ensure the operating temperature
of these chips remain low.
2.9.3 Power Consumption
Table 2-4 shows the power consumption parameters for the 3307810 running with a
2.0GHz Intel® Core™2 Duo T2500 processor with a 667MHz FSB and 512MB of 667MHz
DDR2 memory.
Voltage
Current
3.3V
0.77A
5.0V
3.0A
12.0V
0.17A
Table 2-4: Power Consumption
2.10 Expansion Options
2.10.1 Expansion Options Overview
A number of compatible Global American Inc.. PICOe backplanes and chassis can be used
to develop and expanded system. These backplanes and chassis are listed below.
2.10.2 GLOBAL AMERICAN INC. Expansion PICOe Backplanes
The backplanes listed in Table 2-5 are compatible with the 3307810 and can be used to
develop highly integrated industrial applications. All of the backplanes listed below have
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24-pin ATX connector and a 4-pin ATX connector. For more information about these
backplanes please consult the GLOBAL AMERICAN INC. catalog or contact your vendor,
reseller
or
the
GLOBAL
AMERICAN
INC.
sales
team
at
[email protected]
Expansion Slots
Model
Total Slots
PCIe
x4
x1
PCI
1108010
4
-
-
3
1108020
4
1
-
2
1108040
6
1
-
4
HPE-6S2
6
-
2
3
1108000
7
-
2
4
1107980
7
-
2
4
Table 2-5: Compatible GLOBAL AMERICAN
INC. PICOe Backplanes
2.10.3 GLOBAL AMERICAN INC. Chassis
GLOBAL AMERICAN INC. chassis available for 3307810 system development are listed in
Table 2-6.
For more information about these chassis please consult the GLOBAL AMERICAN INC.
catalog or contact your vendor, reseller or the GLOBAL AMERICAN INC. sales team at
[email protected]
Model
Slot SBC
Mounting
Max Slots
Backplanes
1407462
Half-size
Wall
4
HPE-4S2
1401540
Half-size
Wall
7
HPE-7S1
1401860
Half-size (4U)
Rack
10
HPE-8S
Table 2-6: Compatible GLOBAL AMERICAN INC. Chassis
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Chapter
3
3 Unpacking
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3.1 Anti-static Precautions
WARNING:
Failure to take ESD precautions during the installation of the 3307810
may result in permanent damage to the 3307810 and severe injury to
the user.
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can cause serious damage to electronic components,
including the 3307810. Dry climates are especially susceptible to ESD. It is therefore
critical that whenever the 3307810, or any other electrical component is handled, the
following anti-static precautions are strictly adhered to.
„
Wear an anti-static wristband: - Wearing a simple anti-static wristband can
help to prevent ESD from damaging the board.
„
Self-grounding:- Before handling the board touch any grounded conducting
material. During the time the board is handled, frequently touch any
conducting materials that are connected to the ground.
„
Use an anti-static pad: When configuring the 3307810, place it on an
antic-static pad. This reduces the possibility of ESD damaging the 3307810.
„
Only handle the edges of the PCB:- When handling the PCB, hold the PCB
by the edges.
3.2 Unpacking
3.2.1 Unpacking Precautions
When the 3307810 is unpacked, please do the following:
„
Follow the anti-static precautions outlined in Section 3.1.
„
Make sure the packing box is facing upwards so the 3307810 does not fall out
of the box.
„
Make sure all the components shown in Section 3.3 are present.
3.3 Unpacking Checklist
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NOTE:
If some of the components listed in the checklist below are missing,
please do not proceed with the installation. Contact the GLOBAL
AMERICAN INC. reseller or vendor you purchased the 3307810 from or
contact a Global American sales representative directly. To contact a
Global American sales representative, please send an email to
[email protected]
3.3.1 Package Contents
The 3307810 is shipped with the following components:
Quantity
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Item and Part Number
1
3307810
1
IDE-cable
1
KB/MS PS/2 Y-cable
2
SATA cables
1
SATA power cable
Image
3307810
1
Dual RS-232 cable
1
Dual USB cable (w bracket)
1
Mini jumper pack
1
Quick installation guide
1
Utility CD
Table 3-1: Package List Contents
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3.3.2 Optional Items
NOTE:
The items listed in this section are optional items that must be ordered
separately. Please contact your 3307810 vendor, distributor or reseller
for more information or, contact Global American Inc. directly by
sending an email to [email protected]
The following optional items are available for the 3307810.
Quantity
1
Item and Part Number
Audio kit_ 5.1 Channel
(P/N: 1007750)
1
Audio kit_ 7.1 Channel
(P/N: 1007760)
1
Cooling Kit
(P/N: 2107703)
1
LPT cable (w/o bracket)
(P/N: 1208420)
1
S-Video cable
(P/N:1208430)
Table 3-2: Optional Items
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4 Connector Pinouts
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4.1 Peripheral Interface Connectors
Section 4.1.2 shows peripheral interface connector locations. Section 4.1.2 lists all the
peripheral interface connectors seen in Section 4.1.2.
4.1.1 3307810 Layout
Figure 4-1 shows the on-board peripheral connectors, rear panel peripheral connectors
and on-board jumpers.
Figure 4-1: Connector and Jumper Locations
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Figure 4-2: Connector and Jumper Locations (Solder Side)
4.1.2 Peripheral Interface Connectors
Table 4-1 shows a list of the peripheral interface connectors on the 3307810. Detailed
descriptions of these connectors can be found below.
Connector
Type
Label
+12V ATX power supply connector
4-pin ATX connector
CPU12V1
Audio connector
9-pin header
J_AUDIO1
Backplane power connector
3-pin wafer
ATXCTL1
Compact Flash (CF) connector
50-pin header
CF1
Digital I/O connector
10-pin header
DIO1
Fan connector
3-pin wafer
CPU_FAN1
Front panel connector
8-pin header
F_PANEL1
IDE Interface connector
44-pin header
PIDE1
Infrared connector
5-pin header
IR1
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Connector
Type
Label
Inverter power connector
5-pin header
INVERTER1
Keyboard and mouse connector
6-pin wafer
KB1
LVDS connector
30-pin crimp
LVDS1
Parallel port connector
26-pin header
LPT1
Serial ATA (SATA) connector
7-pin SATA connector
SATA1
Serial ATA (SATA) connector
7-pin SATA connector
SATA2
Serial port connector (COM 1)
10-pin header
COM1
Serial port connector (COM2)
10-pin header
COM2
USB connector
8-pin header
USB1_2
USB connector
8-pin header
USB3_4
Table 4-1: Peripheral Interface Connectors
4.1.3 External Interface Panel Connectors
Table 4-2 lists the rear panel connectors on the 3307810. Detailed descriptions of these
connectors can be found in Section 0 on page 83
Connector
Type
Label
Ethernet connector
RJ-45
LAN1
Ethernet connector
RJ-45
LAN2
TV connector
Mini DIN
TV1
USB port
USB port
USB_C0
VGA port connector
Female DB-15
VGA1
Table 4-2: Rear Panel Connectors
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4.2 Internal Peripheral Connectors
Internal peripheral connectors are found on the motherboard and are only accessible when
the motherboard is outside of the chassis. This section has complete descriptions of all the
internal, peripheral connectors on the 3307810.
4.2.1 +12V ATX Power Supply Connector
CN Label:
CPU12V1
CN Type:
4-pin ATX power connector (1x4)
CN Location:
See Figure 4-3
CN Pinouts:
See Table 4-3
The 4-pin +12V ATX power supply connector is connected to a +12V ATX power supply.
Figure 4-3: +12V ATX Power Connector Location
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PIN NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
GND
2
GND
3
+12V
4
+12V
Table 4-3: +12V ATX Power Connector Pinouts
4.2.2 Audio Connector (9-pin)
CN Label:
J_AUDIO1
CN Type:
9-pin header
CN Location:
See Figure 4-4
CN Pinouts:
See Table 4-4
An optional module can be connected to the 10-pin audio connector to provide the system
with a high quality AC’97 or Azalia compatible codec that provides a complete integrated
audio solution.
Figure 4-4: Audio Connector Pinouts (10-pin)
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PIN NO.
DESCRIPTION
PIN NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
AC97_SYNC
2
AC97_BITCLK
3
AC97_SDOUT
4
AC97_PCBEEP
5
AC97_SDIN
6
AC97_RST#
7
AC97_VCC
8
AC97_GND
9
AC97_12V
Table 4-4: Audio Connector Pinouts (10-pin)
4.2.3 Backlight Inverter Connector
CN Label:
Inverter1
CN Type:
5-pin wafer (1x5)
CN Location:
See Figure 4-5
CN Pinouts:
See Table 4-5
The backlight inverter connector provides the backlight on the LCD display connected to
the 3307810 with +12V of power.
Figure 4-5: Panel Backlight Connector Pinout Locations
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PIN NO. DESCRIPTION
1
BRIGHTNESS
2
GROUND
3
+12V
4
GROUND
5
BACKLIGHT ENABLE
Table 4-5: Panel Backlight Connector Pinouts
4.2.4 Backplane to Mainboard Connector
CN Label:
ATXCTL1
CN Type:
3-pin wafer (1x3)
CN Location:
See Figure 4-6
CN Pinouts:
See Table 4-6
The backplane to mainboard connector closes the circuit between the mainboard and the
backplane in which it is installed. The backplane should have an ATX connector and be
powered by an ATX power supply.
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Figure 4-6: Backplane to Mainboard Connector Location
PIN NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
GND
2
PS_ON#
3
5VSB
Table 4-6: Backplane to Mainboard Connector Pinouts
4.2.5 Compact Flash Socket
CN Label:
CF1 (solder side)
CN Type:
50-pin header (2x25)
CN Location:
See Figure 4-7
CN Pinouts:
See Table 4-7
A CF Type I or Type II memory card is inserted to the CF socket on the solder side of the
3307810.
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Figure 4-7: CF Card Socket Location
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PIN NO.
DESCRIPTION
PIN NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
GROUND
26
VCC-IN CHECK1
2
DATA 3
27
DATA 11
3
DATA 4
28
DATA 12
4
DATA 5
29
DATA 13
5
DATA 6
30
DATA 14
6
DATA 7
31
DATA 15
7
HDC_CS0#
32
HDC_CS1
8
N/C
33
N/C
9
GROUND
34
IOR#
10
N/C
35
IOW#
11
N/C
36
VCC_COM
12
N/C
37
IRQ15
13
VCC_COM
38
VCC_COM
14
N/C
39
CSEL
15
N/C
40
N/C
16
N/C
41
HDD_RESET
17
N/C
42
IORDY
18
SA2
43
SDREQ
19
SA1
44
SDACK#
20
SA0
45
HDD_ACTIVE#
21
DATA 0
46
66DET
22
DATA 1
47
DATA 8
23
DATA 2
48
DATA 9
24
N/C
49
DATA 10
25
VCC-IN CHECK2
50
GROUND
Table 4-7: CF Card Socket Pinouts
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4.2.6 Digital Input/Output (DIO) Connector
CN Label:
DIO1
CN Type:
10-pin header (2x5)
CN Location:
See Figure 4-8
CN Pinouts:
See Table 4-8
The digital input/output connector is managed through a Super I/O chip. The DIO
connector pins are user programmable.
Figure 4-8: DIO Connector Connector Locations
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PIN NO. DESCRIPTION
PIN NO. DESCRIPTION
1
GND
2
VCC
3
Output 3
4
Output 2
5
Output 1
6
Output 0
7
Input 3
8
Input 2
9
Input 1
10
Input 0
Table 4-8: DIO Connector Connector Pinouts
4.2.7 Fan Connector (+12V)
CN Label:
CPU_FAN1
CN Type:
3-pin header
CN Location:
See Figure 4-9
CN Pinouts:
See Table 4-9
The cooling fan connector provides a 12V, 500mA current to a system cooling fan. The
connector has a "rotation" pin to get rotation signals from fans and notify the system so the
system BIOS can recognize the fan speed. Please note that only specified fans can issue
the rotation signals.
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Figure 4-9: +12V Fan Connector Location
PIN NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
Fan Speed Detect
2
+12V
3
GND
Table 4-9: +12V Fan Connector Pinouts
4.2.8 Front Panel Connector (8-pin)
CN Label:
F_PANEL1
CN Type:
8-pin header (2x8)
CN Location:
See Figure 4-10
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See Table 4-10
CN Pinouts:
The front panel connector connects to external switches and indicators to monitor and
controls the motherboard. These indicators and switches include:
„
Power button
„
Reset button
„
Power LED
„
HDD LED
Figure 4-10: Front Panel Connector Pinout Locations
FUNCTION
PIN
DESCRIPTION
FUNCTION
PIN
DESCRIPTION
Power
1
PWRBTSW-
Power LED
2
VCC
Button
3
GND
4
Ground
HDD LED
5
VCC
6
SYSRST-
7
HDD LED-
8
GND
Reset
Table 4-10: Front Panel Connector Pinouts
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4.2.9 IDE Connector (44-pin)
CN Label:
IDE1
CN Type:
44-pin header (2x22)
CN Location:
See Figure 4-11
CN Pinouts:
See Table 4-11
One 44-pin IDE device connector on the 3307810 supports connectivity to two hard disk
drives.
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Figure 4-11: IDE Device Connector Locations
PIN NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
RESET#
2
GROUND
3
DATA 7
4
DATA 8
5
DATA 6
6
DATA 9
7
DATA 5
8
DATA 10
9
DATA 4
10
DATA 11
11
DATA 3
12
DATA 12
13
DATA 2
14
DATA 13
15
DATA 1
16
DATA 14
17
DATA 0
18
DATA 15
19
GROUND
20
N/C
21
IDE DRQ
22
GROUND
23
IOW#
24
GROUND
25
IOR#
26
GROUND
27
IDE CHRDY
28
GROUND
29
IDE DACK
30
GROUND–DEFAULT
31
INTERRUPT
32
N/C
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DESCRIPTION
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SA1
34
N/C
35
SA0
36
SA2
37
HDC CS0#
38
HDC CS1#
39
HDD ACTIVE#
40
GROUND
41
VCC
42
VCC
43
GROUND
44
N/C
Table 4-11: IDE Connector Pinouts
4.2.10 Infrared Interface Connector (5-pin)
CN Label:
IR1
CN Type:
5-pin header (1x5)
CN Location:
See Figure 4-12
CN Pinouts:
See Table 4-12
The infrared interface connector supports both Serial Infrared (SIR) and Amplitude Shift
Key Infrared (ASKIR) interfaces.
Figure 4-12: Infrared Connector Pinout Locations
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PIN NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
VCC
2
NC
3
IR-RX
4
GND
5
IR-TX
Table 4-12: Infrared Connector Pinouts
4.2.11 Keyboard/Mouse Connector
CN Label:
KB_MS1
CN Type:
6-pin header (1x6)
CN Location:
See Figure 4-13
CN Pinouts:
See Table 4-13
The keyboard and mouse connector can be connected to a standard PS/2 cable or PS/2
Y-cable to add keyboard and mouse functionality to the system.
Figure 4-13: Keyboard/Mouse Connector Location
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PIN NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
+5V KB DATA
2
MS DATA
3
MS CLK
4
KB DATA
5
KB CLK
6
GROUND
Table 4-13: Keyboard/Mouse Connector Pinouts
4.2.12 LVDS LCD Connector
CN Label:
LVDS1
CN Type:
30-pin crimp (2x10)
CN Location:
See Figure 4-14
CN Pinouts:
See Table 4-14
The 30-pin LVDS LCD connector can be connected to single channel or dual channel,
18-bit LVDS panel.
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Figure 4-14: LVDS LCD Connector Pinout Locations
PIN NO. DESCRIPTION
PIN NO. DESCRIPTION
1
GROUND
2
GROUND
3
LVDSA_Y0+
4
LVDSA_Y0-
5
LVDSA_Y1+
6
LVDSA_Y1-
7
LVDSA_Y2+
8
LVDSA_Y2-
9
LVDSA_CLK+
10
LVDSA_CLK-
11
N/C
12
N/C
13
GROUND
14
GROUND
15
LVDSB_Y0+
16
LVDSB_Y0-
17
LVDSB_Y1+
18
LVDSB_Y1-
19
LVDSB_Y2+
20
LVDSB_Y2-
21
LVDSB_CLK+
22
LVDSB_CLK-
23
N/C
12
N/C
25
GROUND
26
GROUND
27
VCC_LVDS
28
VCC_LVDS
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29
VCC_LVDS
30
VCC_LVDS
Table 4-14: LVDS LCD Port Connector Pinouts
4.2.13 Parallel Port Connector
CN Label:
LPT1
CN Type:
26-pin box header
CN Location:
See Figure 4-15
CN Pinouts:
See Table 4-15
The 26-pin parallel port connector connects to a parallel port connector interface or some
other parallel port device such as a printer.
Figure 4-15: Parallel Port Connector Location
PIN NO.
DESCRIPTION
PIN NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
STROBE#
2
DATA 0
3
DATA 1
4
DATA 2
5
DATA 3
6
DATA 4
7
DATA 5
8
DATA 6
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PIN NO.
DESCRIPTION
PIN NO.
DESCRIPTION
9
DATA 7
10
ACKNOWLEDGE
11
BUSY
12
PAPER EMPTY
13
PRINTER SELECT
14
AUTO FORM FEED #
15
ERROR#
16
INITIALIZE
17
PRINTER SELECT LN#
18
GROUND
19
GROUND
20
GROUND
21
GROUND
22
GROUND
23
GROUND
24
GROUND
25
GROUND
26
NC
Table 4-15: Parallel Port Connector Pinouts
4.2.14 SATA Drive Connectors
CN Label:
SATA1 and SATA2
CN Type:
7-pin SATA drive connectors
CN Location:
See Figure 4-16
CN Pinouts:
See Table 4-16
The two SATA drive connectors are each connected to a first generation SATA drive. First
generation SATA drives transfer data at speeds as high as 150Mb/s. The SATA drives can
be configured in a RAID configuration.
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Figure 4-16: SATA Drive Connector Locations
PIN NO. DESCRIPTION
1
GND
2
TX+
3
TX-
4
GND
5
RX-
6
RX+
7
GND
Table 4-16: SATA Drive Connector Pinouts
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4.2.15 Serial Port Connector (COM1 and COM2)
CN Label:
COM1 and COM2
CN Type:
10-pin header (2x5)
CN Location:
See Figure 4-17
CN Pinouts:
See Table 4-17
The 10-pin serial port connector provides a second RS-232 serial communications
channel. The COM 2 serial port connector can be connected to external RS-232 serial port
devices.
Figure 4-17: COM1 and COM2 Connector Pinout Locations
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PIN NO.
DESCRIPTION
PIN NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
Data Carrier Detect (DCD)
6
Data Set to Ready (DSR)
2
Receive Data (RXD)
7
Request to Send (RTS)
3
Transmit Data (TXD)
8
Clear to Sent (CTS)
4
Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
9
Ring Indicator (RI)
5
Ground (GND)
10
N/C
Table 4-17: COM3 and COM4
4.2.16 USB Connectors (Internal)
CN Label:
USB1_2 and USB3_4
CN Type:
8-pin header (2x4)
CN Location:
See Figure 4-18
CN Pinouts:
See Table 4-18
The 2x4 USB pin connectors each provide connectivity to two USB 1.1 or two USB 2.0
ports. Each USB connector can support two USB devices.. Additional external USB ports
are found on the rear panel. The USB ports are used for I/O bus expansion.
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Figure 4-18: USB Connector Pinout Locations
PIN NO. DESCRIPTION PIN NO. DESCRIPTION
1
VCC
2
GND
3
DATAN-
4
DATA1M+
5
DATAN+
6
DATAM-
7
GND
8
VCC
Table 4-18: USB Port Connector Pinouts
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4.3 External Peripheral Interface Connector Panel
Figure 4-19 shows the 3307810 rear panel. The 3307810 rear panel consists of two RJ-45
Ethernet connectors, a PS/2 keyboard connector a USB port and a VGA connector. These
connectors are accessible when the 3307810 is installed in a chassis.
Figure 4-19: 3307810 External Peripheral Interface Connector
4.3.1 LAN Connectors
CN Label:
LAN1 and LAN2
CN Type:
RJ-45
CN Location:
See Figure 4-19
CN Pinouts:
See Table 4-19
The 3307810 is equipped with two built-in RJ-45 Ethernet controllers. The controllers can
connect to the LAN through two RJ-45 LAN connectors. There are two LEDs on the
connector indicating the status of LAN. The pin assignments are listed in the following
table:
PIN
DESCRIPTION
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
TXA+
5
TXC-
2
TXA-
6
TXB-
3
TXB+
7
TXD+
4
TXC+
8
TXD-
Table 4-19: LAN Pinouts
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Figure 4-20: RJ-45 Ethernet Connector
The RJ-45 Ethernet connector has two status LEDs, one green and one yellow. The green
LED indicates activity on the port and the yellow LED indicates the port is linked. See Table
4-20.
STATUS
DESCRIPTION
STATUS
DESCRIPTION
GREEN
Activity
YELLOW
Linked
Table 4-20: RJ-45 Ethernet Connector LEDs
4.3.2 TV Connector
CN Label:
TV1
CN Type:
7-pin Mini-DIN
CN Location:
See Figure 4-19
CN Pinouts:
See Table 4-21
A 7-pin mini DIN connector (TV1) is located on the mounting bracket for easy connection to
a TV OUT cable.
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PIN NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
GND
2
BLUE_CVBS
3
GND
4
GREEN_Y
5
NC
6
RED_C
7
GND
Table 4-21: TV1 Pinouts
4.3.3 USB Connector
CN Label:
USB_C0
CN Type:
USB port
CN Location:
See Figure 4-19
CN Pinouts:
See Table 4-22
The 3307810 has a one external USB 2.0 port. The port connects to both USB 2.0 and USB
1.1 devices.
PIN NO. DESCRIPTION PIN NO. DESCRIPTION
1
USBV3L 5V
2
GND
3
USBP4N
4
USBP5P
5
USBP4P
6
USBP5N
7
GND
8
USBV3L 5V
Table 4-22: USB Port Pinouts
4.3.4 VGA Connector
CN Label:
VGA1
CN Type:
15-pin Female
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CN Location:
See Figure 4-19
CN Pinouts:
See Figure 4-21 and Table 4-23
The 3307810 has a single 15-pin female connector for connectivity to standard display
devices.
Figure 4-21: VGA Connector
PIN
DESCRIPTION
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
RED
2
GREEN
3
BLUE
4
NC
5
GND
6
GND
7
GND
8
GND
9
VCC / NC
10
GND
11
NC
12
DDC DAT
13
HSYNC
14
VSYNC
15
DDCCLK
Table 4-23: VGA Connector Pinouts
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5.1 Anti-static Precautions
WARNING:
Failure to take ESD precautions during the installation of the 3307810
may result in permanent damage to the 3307810 and severe injury to
the user.
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can cause serious damage to electronic components,
including the 3307810. Dry climates are especially susceptible to ESD. It is therefore
critical that whenever the 3307810, or any other electrical component is handled, the
following anti-static precautions are strictly adhered to.
„
Wear an anti-static wristband: - Wearing a simple anti-static wristband can
help to prevent ESD from damaging the board.
„
Self-grounding:- Before handling the board touch any grounded conducting
material. During the time the board is handled, frequently touch any
conducting materials that are connected to the ground.
„
Use an anti-static pad: When configuring the 3307810, place it on an
antic-static pad. This reduces the possibility of ESD damaging the 3307810.
„
Only handle the edges of the PCB:-: When handling the PCB, hold the PCB
by the edges.
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5.2 Installation Considerations
NOTE:
The following installation notices and installation considerations should
be read and understood before the 3307810 is installed. All installation
notices pertaining to the installation of the 3307810 should be strictly
adhered to. Failing to adhere to these precautions may lead to severe
damage of the 3307810 and injury to the person installing the
motherboard.
5.2.1 Installation Notices
WARNING
The installation instructions described in this manual should be carefully
followed in order to prevent damage to the 3307810, 3307810
components and injury to the user.
Before and during the installation please DO the following:
„
Read the user manual:
o
The user manual provides a complete description of the 3307810
installation instructions and configuration options.
„
Wear an electrostatic discharge cuff (ESD):
o
Electronic components are easily damaged by ESD. Wearing an ESD cuff
removes ESD from the body and helps prevent ESD damage.
„
Place the 3307810 on an antistatic pad:
o
When installing or configuring the motherboard, place it on an antistatic
pad. This helps to prevent potential ESD damage.
„
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Turn all power to the 3307810 off:
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o
When working with the 3307810, make sure that it is disconnected from all
power supplies and that no electricity is being fed into the system.
Before and during the installation of the 3307810 DO NOT:
„
Remove any of the stickers on the PCB board. These stickers are required for
warranty validation.
„
Use the product before verifying all the cables and power connectors are
properly connected.
„
Allow screws to come in contact with the PCB circuit, connector pins, or its
components.
5.2.2 Installation Checklist
The following checklist is provided to ensure the 3307810 is properly installed.
„
All the items in the packing list are present
„
The CPU is installed
„
The CPU cooling kit is properly installed
„
A compatible memory module is properly inserted into the slot
„
The CF Type I or CF Type II card is properly installed into the CF socket
„
The jumpers have been properly configured
„
The 3307810 is inserted into a chassis with adequate ventilation
„
The correct power supply is being used
„
The following devices are properly connected
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
„
IDE device
SATA drives
Keyboard and mouse cable
Audio kit
Power supply
USB cable
Serial port cable
Parallel port cable
The following external peripheral devices are properly connected to the
chassis:
o
VGA screen
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o
o
o
Keyboard
Mouse
RS-232 serial communications device
5.3 CPU, CPU Cooling Kit and DIMM Installation
WARNING:
A CPU should never be turned on without the specified cooling kit being
installed. If the cooling kit (heat sink and fan) is not properly installed
and the system turned on, permanent damage to the CPU, 3307810
and other electronic components attached to the system may be
incurred. Running a CPU without a cooling kit may also result in injury to
the user.
The CPU, CPU cooling kit and DIMM are the most critical components of the 3307810. If
one of these component is not installed the 3307810 cannot run.
5.3.1 Socket M CPU Installation
WARNING:
CPUs are expensive and sensitive components. When installing the
CPU please be careful not to damage it in anyway. Make sure the CPU
is installed properly and ensure the correct cooling kit is properly
installed.
To install a Socket M CPU onto the 3307810, follow the steps below:
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WARNING:
When handling the CPU, only hold it on the sides. DO NOT touch the
pins at the bottom of the CPU.
Step 1: Unlock the CPU retention screw. When shipped, the retention screw of the
CPU socket should be in the unlocked position. If it is not in the unlocked position,
use a screwdriver to unlock the screw. See Figure 5-1.
Figure 5-1: Make sure the CPU socket retention screw is unlocked
Step 2: Inspect the CPU socket. Make sure there are no bent pins and make sure the
socket contacts are free of foreign material. If any debris is found, remove it with
compressed air.
Step 3: Correctly Orientate the CPU. Make sure the IHS (integrated heat sink) side is
facing upwards.
Step 4: Correctly position the CPU. Match the Pin 1 mark with the cut edge on the CPU
socket. See Figure 5-1.
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Step 5: Align the CPU pins. Carefully align the CPU pins with the holes in the CPU
socket.
Step 6: Insert the CPU. Gently insert the CPU into the socket. If the CPU pins are
properly aligned, the CPU should slide into the CPU socket smoothly.
Step 7: Lock the retention screw. Rotate the retention screw into the locked position.
See Figure 5-2.Step 0:
Figure 5-2: Lock the CPU Socket Retention Screw
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5.3.2 Cooling Kit 2107703 Installation
Figure 5-3: GLOBAL AMERICAN INC. 2107703 Cooling Kit
An GLOBAL AMERICAN INC. Socket M CPU cooling kit can be purchased separately. The
cooling kit comprises a CPU heat sink and a cooling fan.
WARNING:
Do not wipe off (accidentally or otherwise) the pre-sprayed layer of
thermal paste on the bottom of the [Fan model#] heat sink. The thermal
paste between the CPU and the heat sink is important for optimum heat
dissipation.
To install the 2107703 cooling kit, please follow the steps below.
Step 1: Place the cooling kit onto the CPU. Make sure the CPU cooling fan cable can
be properly routed when the cooling kit is installed.
Step 2: Properly align the cooling kit. Make sure its four spring screw fasteners can
pass through the pre-drilled holes on the PCB.
Step 3: Secure the cooling kit. From the solder side of the PCB, align the support
bracket to the screw threads on heat sink that were inserted through the PCB
holes. (See Figure 5-4)
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Figure 5-4: Cooling Kit Support Bracket
Step 4: Tighten the screws. Use a screwdriver to tighten the four screws. Tighten each
nut a few turns at a time and do not over-tighten the screws.
Step 5: Connect the fan cable. Connect the cooling kit fan cable to the fan connector on
the motherboard. Carefully route the cable and avoid heat generating chips and
fan blades. See Figure 5-5. Step 0:
Figure 5-5: Connect the cooling fan cable
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5.3.3 DIMM Installation
WARNING:
Using incorrectly specified DIMM may cause permanently damage the
3307810. Please make sure the purchased DIMM complies with the
memory specifications of the 3307810. DIMM specifications compliant
with the 3307810 are listed in Chapter 2.
To install a DIMM into a DIMM socket, please follow the steps below and refer to
Figure 5-6.
Figure 5-6: Installing a DIMM
Step 1: Open the DIMM socket handles. The DIMM socket has two handles that secure
the DIMM into the socket. Before the DIMM can be inserted into the socket, the
handles must be opened. See Figure 5-6.
Step 2: Align the DIMM with the socket. The DIMM must be oriented in such a way that
the notch in the middle of the DIMM must be aligned with the plastic bridge in the
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socket. See Figure 5-6.
Step 3: Insert the DIMM. Once properly aligned, the DIMM can be inserted into the
socket. As the DIMM is inserted, the white handles on the side of the socket will
close automatically and secure the DIMM to the socket. See Figure 5-6.
Step 4: Removing a DIMM. To remove a DIMM, push both handles outward. The
memory module is ejected by a mechanism in the socket.Step 0:
5.3.4 CF Card Installation
NOTE:
The 3307810 can support both CF Type I cards and CF Type II cards.
For the complete specifications of the supported CF cards please refer
to Chapter 2.
To install the a CF card (Type 1 or Type 2) onto the 3307810, please follow the steps below:
Step 1: Locate the CF card socket. Place the 3307810 on an anti-static pad with the
solder side facing up. Locate the CF card.
Step 2: Align the CF card. Make sure the CF card is properly aligned with the CF
socket.
Step 3: Insert the CF card. Gently insert the CF card into the socket making sure the
socket pins are properly inserted into the socket. See Figure 5-7. Step 0:
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Figure 5-7: CF Card Installation
5.4 Jumper Settings
NOTE:
A jumper is a metal bridge used to close an
electrical circuit. It consists of two or three metal
pins and a small metal clip (often protected by a
plastic cover) that slides over the pins to connect
them. To CLOSE/SHORT a jumper means
connecting the pins of the jumper with the plastic
clip and to OPEN a jumper means removing the
plastic clip from a jumper.
Figure 5-8: Jumper Locations
Before the 3307810 is installed in the system, the jumpers must be set in accordance with
the desired configuration. The jumpers on the 3307810 are listed in Table 5-1.
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Description
Label
Type
CF card setup
J_CF1
3-pin header
Clear CMOS
J_CMOS1
3-pin header
LVDS voltage selection
J_VLVDS1
3-pin header
PCIe interface setup
JP1
2-pin header
Table 5-1: Jumpers
5.4.1 CF Card Setup
Jumper Label:
J_CF1
Jumper Type:
3-pin header
Jumper Settings:
See Table 5-2
Jumper Location:
See Figure 5-9
The CF Card Setup jumper sets the CF Type I card or CF Type II cards as either the slave
device or the master device. CF Card Setup jumper settings are shown in Table 5-2.
AT Power Select
Description
Short 1-2
Slave
Short 2-3
Master
Default
Table 5-2: CF Card Setup Jumper Settings
The CF Card Setup jumper location is shown in Figure 5-9.
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Figure 5-9: CF Card Setup Jumper Location
5.4.2 Clear CMOS Jumper
Jumper Label:
J_CMOS1
Jumper Type:
3-pin header
Jumper Settings:
See Table 5-3
Jumper Location:
See Figure 5-10
If the 3307810 fails to boot due to improper BIOS settings, the clear CMOS jumper clears
the CMOS data and resets the system BIOS information. To do this, use the jumper cap to
close pins 2 and 3 for a few seconds then reinstall the jumper clip back to pins 1 and 2.
If the “CMOS Settings Wrong” message is displayed during the boot up process, the fault
may be corrected by pressing the F1 to enter the CMOS Setup menu. Do one of the
following:
„
Enter the correct CMOS setting
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Load Optimal Defaults
„
Load Failsafe Defaults.
After having done one of the above, save the changes and exit the CMOS Setup menu.
The clear CMOS jumper settings are shown in Table 5-3.
AT Power Select
Description
Short 1 - 2
Keep CMOS Setup
Short 2 - 3
Clear CMOS Setup
Default
Table 5-3: Clear CMOS Jumper Settings
The location of the clear CMOS jumper is shown in Figure 5-10 below.
Figure 5-10: Clear CMOS Jumper
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5.4.3 LVDS Voltage Selection
WARNING:
Permanent damage to the screen and 3307810 may occur if the wrong
voltage is selected with this jumper. Please refer to the user guide that
cam with the monitor to select the correct voltage.
Jumper Label:
J_LVDS1
Jumper Type:
3-pin header
Jumper Settings:
See Table 5-4
Jumper Location:
See Figure 5-11
The LVDS Voltage Selection jumper allows the LVDS screen voltage to be set. The LVDS
Voltage Selection jumper settings are shown in Table 5-4.
AT Power Select
Description
Short 1-2
+3V LVDS
Short 2-3
+5V LVDS
Default
Table 5-4: LVDS Voltage Selection Jumper Settings
The LVDS Voltage Selection jumper location. is shown in Figure 5-11.
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Figure 5-11: LVDS Voltage Selection Jumper Pinout Locations
5.4.4 PCIe Interface Setup
Jumper Label:
JP1
Jumper Type:
3-pin header
Jumper Settings:
See Table 5-5
Jumper Location:
See Figure 5-12
The PCIe Interface Select jumper sets the PCIe bus as either PCIe x1 or PCIe x4. The
PCIe Interface Select jumper settings are shown in Table 5-5.
AT Power Select
Description
Short 1-2
PCIe x1
Open 1-2
PCIe x4
Default
Table 5-5: PCIe Interface Select Jumper Settings
The PCIe Interface Select jumper location. is shown in Figure 5-12.
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Figure 5-12: PCIe Interface Select Jumper Pinout Locations
5.5 Chassis Installation
5.5.1 Airflow
WARNING:
Airflow is critical to the cooling of the CPU and other onboard
components. The chassis in which the 3307810 must have air vents to
allow cool air to move into the system and hot air to move out.
The 3307810 must be installed in a chassis with ventilation holes on the sides allowing
airflow to travel through the heat sink surface. In a system with an individual power supply
unit, the cooling fan of a power supply can also help generate airflow through the board
surface.
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NOTE:
GLOBAL AMERICAN INC. has a wide range of chassis available.
Please refer to Chapter 2 in this manual or contact your 3307810
vendor, reseller or a Global American sales representative at
[email protected] or visit the GLOBAL AMERICAN
INC. website (http://www.globalamericaninc.com) to find out more
about the available chassis.
5.6 Internal Peripheral Device Connections
5.6.1 Peripheral Device Cables
The cables listed in Table 5-6 are shipped with the 3307810.
Quantity
Type
1
IDE Cable
1
KB/MS cable
1
Dual RS-232 cable
2
SATA drive cables
1
SATA drive power cable
1
Dual USB cable
Table 5-6: GLOBAL AMERICAN INC. Provided Cables
Optional cables are listed below:
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„
7.1 channel audio kit
„
5.1 channel audio kit
„
LPT cable
„
S-video cable
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5.6.2 IDE Cable Connection
The IDE flat cable connects to the 3307810 to one or two IDE devices. To connect an IDE
HDD to the 3307810 please follow the instructions below.
Step 1: Locate the IDE connector. The location/s of the IDE device connector/s is/are
shown in Chapter 3..
Step 2: Insert the connector. Connect the IDE cable connector to the onboard
connector. See Figure 5-13. A key on the front of the cable connector ensures it
can only be inserted in one direction.
Figure 5-13: IDE Cable Connection
Step 3: Connect the cable to an IDE device. Connect the two connectors on the other
side of the cable to one or two IDE devices. Make sure that pin 1 on the cable
corresponds to pin 1 on the connectorStep 0:
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5.6.3 5.1 Channel Audio Kit Installation
NOTE:
This is an optional item that must be ordered separately. For further
information please contact the nearest 3307810 distributor, reseller or
vendor or contact an Global American Inc. sales representative directly.
Send any queries to [email protected]
The optional 5.1 channel audio kit connects to the 10-pin audio connector on the 3307810.
The audio kit consists of three audio jacks. One audio jack, Mic In, connects to a
microphone. The remaining two audio jacks, Line-In and Line-Out, connect to two
speakers. To install the audio kit, please refer to the steps below:
Step 1: Connect the audio kit cable. The audio kit is shipped with a cable that connects
the audio kit to the 3307810. Connect the cable to the connector on the back of
the audio kit. Make sure the pins are properly aligned (i.e. pin 1 connects to pin
1).
Step 2: Locate the audio connector. The location of the 10-pin audio connector is
shown in Chapter 3.
Step 3: Align pin 1. Align pin 1 on the onboard connector with pin 1 on the audio kit cable
connector. Pin 1 on the audio kit cable connector is indicated with a white dot.
See Figure 5-14.
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Figure 5-14: 5.1 Channel Audio Kit
Step 4: Mount the audio kit onto the chassis. Once the audio kit is connected to the
3307810, secure the audio kit bracket to the system chassis.
Step 5: Connect the audio devices. Connect one speaker to the line-in audio jack, one
speaker to the line-out audio jack and a microphone to the mic-in audio jack.
Step 6: Install the driver. If the 5.1 channel audio kit is used, the ALC655 Realtek codec
driver must be installed. Refer to Chapter 7 for driver installation instructions.
Step 0:
5.6.4 7.1 Channel Audio Kit Installation
NOTE:
This is an optional item that must be ordered separately. For further
information please contact the nearest 3307810 distributor, reseller or
vendor or contact an Global American Inc. sales representative directly.
Send any queries to [email protected]
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The optional 7.1 channel audio kit connects to the 10-pin audio connector on the 3307810.
The audio kit consists of five audio jacks. One audio jack, Mic In, connects to a microphone.
The remaining four audio jacks, Line-In, Front-Out, Rear-Out, and Center Subwoofer,
connect to speakers. To install the audio kit, please refer to the steps below:
Step 1: Connect the audio kit cable. The audio kit is shipped with a cable that connects
the audio kit to the 3307810. Connect the cable to the connector on the back of
the audio kit. Make sure the pins are properly aligned (i.e. pin 1 connects to pin
1).
Step 2: Locate the audio connector. The location of the 10-pin audio connector is
shown in Chapter 3.
Step 3: Align pin 1. Align pin 1 on the onboard connector with pin 1 on the audio kit cable
connector. Pin 1 on the audio kit cable connector is indicated with a white dot.
See Figure 5-14.
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Figure 5-15: 5.1 Channel Audio Kit
Step 4: Mount the audio kit onto the chassis. Once the audio kit is connected to the
3307810, secure the audio kit bracket to the system chassis.
Step 5: Connect the audio devices. Connect one speaker to the line-in audio jack, one
speaker to the line-out audio jack and a microphone to the mic-in audio jack.
Step 6: Install the driver. If the 5.1 channel audio kit is used, the ALC655 Realtek codec
driver must be installed. Refer to Chapter 7 for driver installation instructions.
Step 0: Step 0:
5.6.5 Keyboard/Mouse Y-cable Connector
The 3307810 is shipped with a keyboard/mouse Y-cable connector. The keyboard/mouse
Y-cable connector connects to a keyboard/mouse connector on the 3307810 and branches
into two cables that are each connected to a PS/2 connector, one for a mouse and one for
a keyboard. To connect the keyboard/mouse Y-cable connector please follow the steps
below.
Step 1: Locate the connector. The location of the keyboard/mouse Y-cable connector is
shown in Chapter 3.
Step 2: Align the connectors. Correctly align pin 1 on the cable connector with pin 1 on
the 3307810 keyboard/mouse connector. See Figure 5-16.
Step 3: Insert the cable connectors. Once the cable connector is properly aligned with
the keyboard/mouse connector on the 3307810, connect the cable connector to
the onboard connectors. See Figure 5-16.
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Figure 5-16: Keyboard/mouse Y-cable Connection
Step 4: Attach PS/2 connectors to the chassis. The keyboard/mouse Y-cable
connector is connected to two PS/2 connectors. To secure the PS/2 connectors
to the chassis please refer to the installation instructions that came with the
chassis.
Step 5: Connect the keyboard and mouse. Once the PS/2 connectors are connected
to the chassis, a keyboard and mouse can each be connected to one of the PS/2
connectors. The keyboard PS/2 connector and mouse PS/2 connector are both
marked. Please make sure the keyboard and mouse are connected to the correct
PS/2 connector. Step 0:
5.6.6 Parallel Port Cable without Bracket
The optional parallel port (LPT) cable respectively connects the onboard LPT 26-pin box
header to an external LPT device (like a printer). The cable comprises a 26-pin female
header, to be connected to the onboard LPT box-header, on one side and on the other side
a standard external LPT connector. To connect the LPT cable, please follow the steps
below.
Step 1: Locate the connector. The LPT connector location is shown in Chapter 4.
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Step 2: Align the connectors. Correctly align pin 1 on the cable connector with pin 1 on
the 3307810 LPT box-header connector. See Error! Reference source not
found..
Step 3: Insert the cable connectors. Once the cable connector is properly aligned with
the 26-pin box-header connector on the 3307810, connect the cable connector to
the onboard connector. See Figure 5-17.
Figure 5-17: LPT Cable Connection
Step 4: Attach the LPT connector to the chassis. To secure the LPT interface
connector to the chassis please refer to the installation instructions that came
with the chassis.
Step 5: Connect LPT device. Once the LPT interface connector is connected to the
chassis, the LPT device can be connected to the LPT interface connector. See
Figure 5-18Step 0:\
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Figure 5-18: Connect the LPT Device
5.6.7 Dual RS-232 Cable with Slot Bracket
The dual RS-232 cable slot connector consists of two connectors attached to two
independent cables. Each cable is then attached to a D-sub 9 male connector that is
mounted onto a slot. To install the dual RS-232 cable, please follow the steps below.
Step 1: Locate the connectors. The locations of the RS-232 connectors are shown in
Chapter 3.
Step 2: Insert the cable connectors. Insert one connector into each serial port box
headers. See Figure 5-19. A key on the front of the cable connectors ensures the
connector can only be installed in one direction.
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Figure 5-19: Dual RS-232 Cable Installation
Step 3: Secure the bracket. The dual RS-232 connector has two D-sub 9 male
connectors secured on a bracket. To secure the bracket to the chassis please
refer to the reference material that came with the chassisStep 0:
5.6.8 SATA Drive Connection
The 3307810 is shipped with two SATA drive cables and one SATA drive power cable. To
connect the SATA drives to the connectors, please follow the steps below.
Step 1: Locate the connectors. The locations of the SATA drive connectors are shown
in Chapter 3.
Step 2: Insert the cable connector. Press the clip on the connector at the end of the
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SATA cable and insert the cable connector into the onboard SATA drive connector.
See Figure 5-20.
Figure 5-20: SATA Drive Cable Connection
Step 3: Connect the cable to the SATA disk. Connect the connector on the other end of
the cable to the connector at the back of the SATA drive. See Figure 5-21.
Step 4: Connect the SATA power cable. Connect the SATA power connector to the
back of the SATA drive. See Figure 5-21. Step 0:
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Figure 5-21: SATA Power Drive Connection
5.6.9 USB Cable (Dual Port) with Slot Bracket
The 3307810 is shipped with a dual port USB 2.0 cable. To connect the USB cable
connector, please follow the steps below.
Step 1: Locate the connectors. The locations of the USB connectors are shown in
Chapter 3.
WARNING:
If the USB pins are not properly aligned, the USB device can burn out.
Step 2: Align the connectors. The cable has two connectors. Correctly align pin 1on
each cable connector with pin 1 on the 3307810 USB connector.
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Step 3: Insert the cable connectors. Once the cable connectors are properly aligned
with the USB connectors on the 3307810, connect the cable connectors to the
onboard connectors. See Figure 5-22.
Figure 5-22: Dual USB Cable Connection
Step 4: Attach the bracket to the chassis. The USB 2.0 connectors are attached to a
bracket. To secure the bracket to the chassis please refer to the installation.
Step 0:
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5.7 External Peripheral Interface Connection
The following external peripheral devices can be connected to the external peripheral
interface connectors.
„
RJ-45 Ethernet cable connectors
„
S-video display device
„
USB device
„
VGA monitor
To install these devices, connect the corresponding cable connector from the actual device
to the corresponding 3307810 external peripheral interface connector making sure the pins
are properly aligned.
5.7.1 LAN Connection (Single Connector)
There are two external RJ-45 LAN connectors. The RJ-45 connectors enable connection to
an external network. To connect a LAN cable with an RJ-45 connector, please follow the
instructions below.
Step 1: Locate the RJ-45 connectors. The locations of the USB connectors are shown
in Chapter 4.
Step 2: Align the connectors. Align the RJ-45 connector on the LAN cable with one of
the RJ-45 connectors on the 3307810. See Figure 5-23.
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Figure 5-23: LAN Connection
Step 3: Insert the LAN cable RJ-45 connector. Once aligned, gently insert the LAN
cable RJ-45 connector into the onboard RJ-45 connector. Step 0:
5.7.2 S-video Cable Connection
There is a single mini DIN TV out connector mounted on the CPU card as an external
connector. The optional S-video cable is able to connect the mini DIN connector on the
system with an external display device. To connect an external display device to the
system through the mini DIN connector with the S-video cable, please follow the instruction
below.
Step 1: Locate the TV-OUT DIN connector. The location of the TV-OUT DIN connector
is shown in Chapter 4.
Step 2: Align the connectors. Align the connector on the end of the S-video cable with
the mini DIN connector. See Figure 5-24.
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Figure 5-24: S-video Cable Connector
Step 3: Insert S-video cable connector. Once aligned, gently insert the S-video cable
connector into the onboard connector.
Step 4: Connect the cables to the display device. Connect the S-video connector and
the Pb, Y and Pr component connectors on the other end of the S-video cables to
the respective connectors on the display device. Step 0:
5.7.3 USB Device Connection (Single Connector)
There are two external USB 2.0 connectors. Both connectors are perpendicular to the
3307810. To connect a USB 2.0 or USB 1.1 device, please follow the instructions below.
Step 1: Located the USB connectors. The locations of the USB connectors are shown
in Chapter 4.
Step 2: Align the connectors. Align the USB device connector with one of the
connectors on the 3307810. See Figure 5-25.
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Figure 5-25: USB Device Connection
Step 3: Insert the device connector. Once aligned, gently insert the USB device
connector into the onboard connector. Step 0:
5.7.4 VGA Monitor Connection
The 3307810 has a single female DB-15 connector on the external peripheral interface
panel. The DB-15 connector is connected to a CRT or VGA monitor. To connect a monitor
to the 3307810, please follow the instructions below.
Step 1: Locate the female DB-15 connector. The location of the female DB-15
connector is shown in Chapter 3.
Step 2: Align the VGA connector. Align the male DB-15 connector on the VGA screen
cable with the female DB-15 connector on the external peripheral interface.
Step 3: Insert the VGA connector. Once the connectors are properly aligned with the
insert the male connector from the VGA screen into the female connector on the
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3307810. See Figure 5-26.
Figure 5-26: VGA Connector
Step 4: Secure the connector. Secure the DB-15 VGA connector from the VGA monitor
to the external interface by tightening the two retention screws on either side of
the connector. Step 0:
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B
A DIO Interface
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A.1 DIO Interface Introduction
The DIO connector on the 3307810 is interfaced to GIO ports on the iTE Super I/O chipset.
The DIO has both 4-bit digital inputs and 4-bit digital outputs. The digital inputs and digital
outputs are generally control signals that control the on/off circuit of external devices or TTL
devices. Data can be read or written to the selected address to enable the DIO functions.
NOTE:
For further information, please refer to the datasheet for the iTE Super
I/O chipset.
A.2 DIO Connector Pinouts
The following table describes how the DIO connector pins are connected to the Super I/O
GPIO port 1.
PIN NO. DESCRIPTION
PIN NO. DESCRIPTION
1
GND
2
VCC
3
Output 3
4
Output 2
5
Output 1
6
Output 0
7
Input 3
8
Input 2
9
Input 1
10
Input 0
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A.3 Assembly Language Samples
A.3.1 Enable the DIO Input Function
The BIOS interrupt call INT 15H controls the digital I/O. An assembly program to enable
digital I/O input functions is listed below.
MOV
AX, 6F08H
Sets the digital port as input
INT
15H
Initiates the INT 15H BIOS call
A.3.2 Enable the DIO Output Function
The BIOS interrupt call INT 15H controls the digital I/O. An assembly program to enable
digital I/O output functions is listed below.
MOV
AX, 6F09H
MOV
BL, 09H
INT
15H
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Sets the digital port as output
Initiates the INT 15H BIOS call
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C
B Watchdog Timer
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NOTE:
The following discussion applies to DOS environment.
GLOBAL
AMERICAN INC. support is contacted or the GLOBAL AMERICAN INC.
website visited for specific drivers for more sophisticated operating
systems, e.g., Windows and Linux.
The Watchdog Timer is provided to ensure that standalone systems can always recover
from catastrophic conditions that cause the CPU to crash. This condition may have
occurred by external EMI or a software bug. When the CPU stops working correctly,
Watchdog Timer either performs a hardware reset (cold boot) or a Non-Maskable Interrupt
(NMI) to bring the system back to a known state.
A BIOS function call (INT 15H) is used to control the Watchdog Timer:
INT 15H:
AH – 6FH Sub-function:
AL – 2:
Sets the Watchdog Timer’s period.
BL:
Time-out value (Its unit-second is dependent on the item “Watchdog
Timer unit select” in CMOS setup).
Table B-1: AH-6FH Sub-function
Call sub-function 2 to set the time-out period of Watchdog Timer first. If the time-out value is
not zero, the Watchdog Timer starts counting down. While the timer value reaches zero, the
system resets. To ensure that this reset condition does not occur, calling sub-function 2
must periodically refresh the Watchdog Timer. However, the Watchdog timer is disabled if
the time-out value is set to zero.
A tolerance of at least 10% must be maintained to avoid unknown routines within the
operating system (DOS), such as disk I/O that can be very time-consuming.
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NOTE:
When exiting a program it is necessary to disable the Watchdog Timer,
otherwise the system resets.
Example program:
; INITIAL TIMER PERIOD COUNTER
;
W_LOOP:
MOV
AX, 6F02H
;setting the time-out value
MOV
BL, 30
;time-out value is 48 seconds
INT
15H
;
; ADD THE APPLICATION PROGRAM HERE
;
CMP
EXIT_AP, 1
;is the application over?
JNE
W_LOOP
;No, restart the application
MOV
AX, 6F02H
;disable Watchdog Timer
MOV
BL, 0
;
INT
15H
;
; EXIT ;
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C Address Mapping
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C.1 Address Map
I/O address Range
Description
000-01F
DMA Controller
020-021
Interrupt Controller
040-043
System time
060-06F
Keyboard Controller
070-07F
System CMOS/Real time Clock
080-09F
DMA Controller
0A0-0A1
Interrupt Controller
0C0-0DF
DMA Controller
0F0-0FF
Numeric data processor
1F0-1F7
Primary IDE Channel
2F8-2FF
Serial Port 2 (COM2)
378-37F
Parallel Printer Port 1 (LPT1)
3B0-3BB
Intel Graphics Controller
3C0-3DF
Intel Graphics Controller
3F6-3F6
Primary IDE Channel
3F7-3F7
Standard floppy disk controller
3F8-3FF
Serial Port 1 (COM1)
Table C-1: IO Address Map
C.2 1st MB Memory Address Map
Memory address
Description
00000-9FFFF
System memory
A0000-BFFFF
VGA buffer
F0000-FFFFF
System BIOS
1000000-
Extend BIOS
Table C-2: 1st MB Memory Address Map
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C.3 IRQ Mapping Table
IRQ0
System Timer IRQ8
RTC clock
IRQ1
Keyboard
IRQ9
ACPI
IRQ2
Available
IRQ10
LAN
IRQ3
COM2
IRQ11
LAN/USB2.0/SATA
IRQ4
COM1
IRQ12
PS/2 mouse
IRQ5
SMBus Controller IRQ13
FPU
IRQ6
FDC
IRQ14
Primary IDE
IRQ7
Available
IRQ15
Secondary IDE
Table C-3: IRQ Mapping Table
C.4 DMA Channel Assignments
Channel
Function
0
Available
1
Available
2
Floppy disk (8-bit transfer)
3
Available
4
Cascade for DMA controller 1
5
Available
6
Available
7
Available
Table C-4: IRQ Mapping Table
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E
D Hazardous Materials
Disclosure
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D.1 Hazardous Material Disclosure Table for IPB Products
Certified as RoHS Compliant Under 2002/95/EC Without Mercury
The details provided in this appendix are to ensure that the product is compliant with the
Peoples Republic of China (China) RoHS standards. The table below acknowledges the
presences of small quantities of certain materials in the product, and is applicable to China
RoHS only.
A label will be placed on each product to indicate the estimated “Environmentally Friendly
Use Period” (EFUP). This is an estimate of the number of years that these substances
would “not leak out or undergo abrupt change.” This product may contain replaceable
sub-assemblies/components which have a shorter EFUP such as batteries and lamps.
These components will be separately marked.
Please refer to the table on the next page.
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Part Name
Toxic or Hazardous Substances and Elements
Lead
Mercury
Cadmium
Hexavalent
Polybrominated
Polybrominated
(Pb)
(Hg)
(Cd)
Chromium
Biphenyls
Diphenyl Ethers
(CR(VI))
(PBB)
(PBDE)
Housing
X
O
O
O
O
X
Display
X
O
O
O
O
X
Printed Circuit
X
O
O
O
O
X
Metal Fasteners
X
O
O
O
O
O
Cable Assembly
X
O
O
O
O
X
Fan Assembly
X
O
O
O
O
X
Power Supply
X
O
O
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
Board
Assemblies
Battery
O:
This toxic or hazardous substance is contained in all of the homogeneous materials for the part is below
the limit requirement in SJ/T11363-2006
X:
This toxic or hazardous substance is contained in at least one of the homogeneous materials for this part
is above the limit requirement in SJ/T11363-2006
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RoHS
”
O:
RoHS
”
”
”
(Pb)
(Hg)
(Cd)
(CR(VI))
(PBB)
(PBDE)
X
O
O
O
O
X
X
O
O
O
O
X
X
O
O
O
O
X
X
O
O
O
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
X
X
O
O
O
O
X
X
O
O
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
SJ/T11363-2006
X:
SJ/T11363-2006
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Appendix
F
®
E Intel Matrix Storage
Manager
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E.1 Introduction
The Intel® ICH7-M chipset can provide data protection for serial ATA (SATA) disks via the
Intel® Matrix Storage Manager using one of three fault-tolerant RAID levels: RAID 1, 5 or
10. When using two hard drives, matrix RAID allows RAID 0 and RAID 1 functions to be
combined, where critical files can be stored on RAID 1, and RAID 0 can be used for
non-critical items such as software. RAID 5 and RAID 0 can be combined to provide higher
performance, capacity, and fault tolerance.
CAUTION!
A configured RAID volume (which may consist of multiple hard drives) appears
to an operating system as a contingent storage space. The operating system
will not be able to distinguish the physical disk drives contained in a RAID
configuration.
E.1.1 Precautions
One key benefit a RAID configuration brings is that a single hard drive can fail within a
RAID array without damaging data. With RAID1 array, a failed drive can be replaced and
the RAID configuration restored.
WARNING!
Irrecoverable data loss occurs if a working drive is removed when trying to
remove a failed drive. It is strongly recommended to mark the physical
connections of all SATA disk drives. Drive locations can be identified by
attaching stickers to the drive bays. If a drive member of a RAID array should
fail, the failed drive can then be correctly identified.
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CAUTION!
Do not accidentally disconnect the SATA drive cables. Carefully route the cables
within the chassis to avoid system down time.
E.2 Features and Benefits
„
Supports RAID levels 0, 1, 5 and 10
„
Supports connectivity to two or more disk drives
„
Supported Operating Systems include: Windows XP, Windows Server 2003
and Windows Vista
E.3 Accessing the Intel® Matrix Storage Manager
To access the Intel® Matrix Storage Manager, please follow the steps below.
Step 1: Connect SATA drives to the system. Connect two or more SATA drives to the
system. Make sure the drives have the same capacity, are the same type and
have the same speed.
NOTE:
Make sure the SATA drives are EXACTLY the same when they are configured
in a RAID configuration. If they are not the same size, disk drive capacity is
sacrificed and overall performance affected.
Step 2: Enable SATA drives in BIOS. Start the computer and access the BIOS setup
program. Enable SATA support for all IDE devices. Refer to the applicable BIOS
configuration section in this user manual.
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Step 3: Save and Exit BIOS. After the SATA support option is enabled, save and exit the
BIOS.
Step 4: Reboot the system. Reboot the system after saving and exiting the BIOS.
Step 5: Press Ctrl+I. During the system boot process, press Ctrl+I when prompted to
enter the RAID configuration software.
Step 6: Configure the RAID settings. Use the Intel® Matrix Storage Manager to
configure the RAID array. Brief descriptions of configuration options are given
below.
Step 7: Install the OS. After the RAID array has been configured, install the OS. To do
this, please refer to the documentation that came with the OS.Step 0:
E.4 RAID Configuration
E.4.1 Creating a RAID Volume
WARNING!
All data previously stored on the member drives of a RAID configuration are
destroyed during the RAID initialization process. If “used” drives are used to
create a RAID array, make sure the data has been moved or backed up before
creating a RAID array out of the disk drives.
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Step 1: Select “Create RAID Volume.” Use the arrow keys to highlight Create RAID
Volume and press ENTER. See Figure E-1.
Figure E-1: Matrix Storage Manager Main Menu
Step 2: Name the RAID volume. Enter a name for the RAID volume, or press ENTER to
accept the default volume name. Upper and lower case alphabetic, numeric,
space, and underscore characters are all applicable for naming an array. See
Figure E-2.
Figure E-2: Create RAID Volume Name
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Step 3: Choose the RAID level. Select a RAID level from the list. RAID levels include
RAID 0, 1, 5 and 10. See Figure E-3.
NOTE:
RAID 0 and RAID1 levels require a minimum of two hard drives.
RAID 10 level requires a minimum of four hard drives.
RAID5 level requires a minimum of three hard drives.
Figure E-3: Choose the Raid Level
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Step 4: Select the Stripe Size. Select a stripe size from the list. See Figure E-4.
Figure E-4: Select the Stripe Size
Step 5: Enter the Volume Capacity. Enter the volume capacity, or press ENTER to
accept the default capacity. See Figure E-5.
Figure E-5: Enter the Volume Capacity
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Step 6: Create the RAID Volume. Press ENTER to create the RAID volume as specified.
See Figure E-6.
Figure E-6: Create the RAID Volume
Step 7: Create RAID Volume Verification. After reading the warning, press Y to create
the RAID volume as specified, or N to return to the Create RAID Volume menu.
See Figure E-7. Step 0:
Figure E-7: Create RAID Volume Verification
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E.4.2 Deleting a RAID Volume
WARNING!
All data stored on the member drives of a RAID volume are destroyed during
the RAID deletion process. Make sure any data to be saved has been moved
or backed up before deleting a RAID volume.
Step 1: Select “Delete RAID Volume.” Use the arrow keys to highlight Delete RAID
Volume and press ENTER. See Figure E-8.
Figure E-8: Delete RAID Volume Menu
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Step 2: Select RAID Volume to be Deleted. Use the arrow keys to highlight the RAID
volume to be deleted and press ENTER. See Figure E-9.
Figure E-9: Select RAID Volume to be Deleted
Step 3: Delete Volume Verification. After reading the warning, press Y to delete the
specified RAID volume, or N to return to the Delete Volume menu.
See Figure E-10.
Figure E-10: Delete Volume Verification
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Step 4: Non-RAID Disks. After deleting the RAID volume, the disks belonging to the
volume will be shown as non-RAID disks. See Figure E-11. Step 0:
Figure E-11: Non-RAID Disks
E.4.3 Resetting a Disk to Non-RAID
WARNING!
All data stored on the disk drive of a RAID volume is destroyed when resetting
it to non-RAID. Make sure any data to be saved has been moved or backed
up before resetting a disk to non-RAID.
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Step 1: Select “Reset Disk to Non-RAID.” Use the arrow keys to highlight Reset Disk
to Non-RAID and press ENTER. See Figure E-12.
Figure E-12: Reset Disk to Non-RAID Menu
Step 2: Select Disks to Reset. Use the arrow keys to scroll through the disk drives and
press SPACE to select which drives are to be reset as non-RAID. After all the
disks to be reset have been chosen, press ENTER. See Figure E-13.
Figure E-13: Select Disk to Reset
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Step 3: Reset Disk Verification. After reading the warning, press Y to reset the selected
disks as non-RAID, or N to return to the Reset RAID Data menu.
See Figure E-14.
Figure E-14: Reset Disk Verification
Step 4: Disk Drive and RAID Volume Status. After the disk drives have been reset, the
Matrix Storage Manager Main menu is shown indicating the status of the RAID
volumes and disk drives. See Figure E-15. Step 0:
Figure E-15: Disk Drive and RAID Volume Status
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E.4.4 Exiting the Matrix Storage Manager
Step 1: Select “Exit.” Use the arrow keys to highlight Exit and press ENTER.
See Figure E-16.
Figure E-16: Exit Menu
Step 2: Exit Verification. Press Y to exit the Matrix Storage Manager, or N to return to
the Main menu. See Figure E-17. Step 0:
Figure E-17: Exit Verification
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