CA64-TC
rev. A+
CPU FSB Select - JP1 and JP2
JP2
Auto* 1-2 On
66MHz 2-3 On
100MHz All Off
133MHz 1-2 On
“*” denotes default
JP1
1-2 On
2-3 On
2-3 On
All Off
Clear CMOS Data - JP3
1-2 On: Normal (default)
2-3 On: Clear CMOS Data
Before clearing the CMOS data, make sure to
power-off your system and unplug the power
cord.
If you are using the (1) Wake-On-LAN and/or
(2) Wake-On-Ring (internal modem) functions,
the 5VSB power source of your power supply
must support ≥720mA.
If you are using the Suspend to RAM function,
the 5VSB power source of your power supply
must support ≥1A.
The DIMM Standby Power LED will turn red
when the system’s power is on or when it is in
the Suspend state (Power On Suspend or Suspend to RAM). It will not light when the system
is in the Soft-Off state. The PCI Standby Power
LED will turn red when the system is in the
power-on, Soft-Off or Suspend (Power On
Suspend or Suspend to RAM) state. Lighted
LEDs serve as a reminder that you must poweroff the system then turn off the power supply’s
switch or unplug the power cord prior to installing any memory modules or add-in cards.
Frequency Ratio Settings for Processors
Processor
Freq.
66MHz 100MHz 133MHz Ratio
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600MHz 4.5x
SW1
The frequency ratio of some processors shown
in the table may have been locked by the
manufacturer. If you are using this kind of
processor, setting an extended ratio for the
processor will have no effect. The system will
instead use its factory default
ratio.
Processor
Freq.
66MHz 100MHz 133MHz Ratio
566MHz 850MHz 1.13GHz 8.5x
9x
---
500MHz 667MHz
---
550MHz 733MHz 5.5x
633MHz 950MHz 1.26GHz 9.5x
---
600MHz 800MHz
6x
667MHz
---
***
10x
---
650MHz 866MHz 6.5x
700MHz
---
***
10.5x
---
700MHz 933MHz
7x
---
---
***
11x
---
750MHz
1GHz
7.5x
---
---
***
11.5x
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800MHz
---
8x
---
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***
12x
5x
600MHz 900MHz 1.2GHz
SW1
Most processors with frequency
ratio greater than 8x have locked
frequency ratio therefore does
not have the flexibility of using
extended ratio. If your processor
does not have locked frequency
ratio, you can set SW1 according
to the desired ratio.
The voltage regulator will automatically be set according to the
voltage of the processor.
“***” denotes future processors.
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