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Intel® 815E Scalable
Performance Board
Development Kit Manual
April 2001
Order Number: 273432-003
Information in this document is provided in connection with Intel® products. No license, express or implied, by estoppel or otherwise, to any intellectual
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future definition and shall have no responsibility whatsoever for conflicts or incompatibilities arising from future changes to them.
The Pentium® III processor and the 815e chipset may contain design defects or errors known as errata which may cause the product to deviate from
published specifications. Current characterized errata are available on request.
Contact your local Intel sales office or your distributor to obtain the latest specifications and before placing your product order.
Copies of documents which have an ordering number and are referenced in this document, or other Intel literature may be obtained by calling 1-800548-4725 or by visiting Intel’s website at http://www.intel.com.
Copyright © Intel Corporation, 2001
*Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.
Intel® 815E Scalable Performance Board Development Kit Manual
Contents
1
About This Manual ..................................................................................................... 7
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
2
Getting Started ..........................................................................................................11
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
3
Content Overview.................................................................................................. 7
Text Conventions .................................................................................................. 7
Technical Support .................................................................................................9
1.3.1
Electronic Support Systems .................................................................9
Product Literature.................................................................................................. 9
Related Documents.............................................................................................10
Overview .............................................................................................................11
2.1.1
Baseboard Features ...........................................................................11
Included Hardware ..............................................................................................13
Software Key Features........................................................................................13
2.3.1
Embedded BIOS for the Intel® 815E Scalable Performance
Board Development Kit ......................................................................14
2.3.2
Software .............................................................................................14
2.3.2.1
BlueCat* Linux ......................................................................14
2.3.2.2
Wind River’s VxWorks* Real-Time Operating
System (RTOS) ....................................................................15
2.3.3
Information/Drivers CD.......................................................................17
Before You Begin ................................................................................................17
Setting up the Evaluation Board..........................................................................18
Configuring the BIOS ..........................................................................................20
Theory of Operation ................................................................................................21
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
Block Diagram .....................................................................................................21
Mechanical Design ..............................................................................................22
Thermal Management .........................................................................................22
System Operation................................................................................................22
3.4.1
Intel® Pentium® III Processor .............................................................22
3.4.2
Intel® Celeron™ Processor .................................................................23
3.4.3
Intel® 815E Chipset ............................................................................23
3.4.3.1
Graphics and Memory Controller Hub (GMCH)....................23
3.4.3.2
I/O Controller Hub (ICH2) .....................................................24
3.4.3.3
Firmware Hub (FWH)............................................................24
3.4.4
System Memory SDRAM ...................................................................25
3.4.5
Boot ROM...........................................................................................25
3.4.6
System I/O..........................................................................................25
3.4.6.1
Floppy Disk Drive Support ....................................................26
3.4.6.2
IDE Support ..........................................................................26
3.4.6.3
RS-232 Serial Ports ..............................................................26
3.4.6.4
IEEE 1284 Parallel Port ........................................................26
3.4.6.5
USB Ports .............................................................................26
3.4.6.6
VGA Connector.....................................................................26
3.4.6.7
Audio Subsystem..................................................................27
3.4.6.8
Game Port Connector...........................................................27
3.4.6.9
Keyboard/Mouse...................................................................27
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3.4.7
3.5
4
Hardware Reference ............................................................................................... 31
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
5
Thermal Management ......................................................................................... 31
Post Code Debugging ......................................................................................... 31
Connector Pinouts............................................................................................... 32
4.3.1
ATX Power Connector........................................................................ 34
4.3.2
Dual Stacked USB Connector ............................................................ 34
4.3.3
PS/2-Style Mouse and Keyboard Connectors.................................... 35
4.3.4
VGA Port ............................................................................................ 35
4.3.5
Parallel Port........................................................................................ 36
4.3.6
Serial Ports......................................................................................... 36
4.3.7
Audio Connectors............................................................................... 37
4.3.8
Wake On LAN (WOL)......................................................................... 38
4.3.9
Front Panel I/O Connectors................................................................ 38
4.3.10
IDE Connector.................................................................................... 38
4.3.11
Floppy Drive Connector...................................................................... 39
4.3.12
32-Bit PCI Slot Connector .................................................................. 40
4.3.13
4.5.11 AGP Connector ....................................................................... 41
4.3.14
CNR Connector .................................................................................. 43
Jumpers .............................................................................................................. 45
4.4.1
PN1 and PN2 Headers....................................................................... 45
4.4.1.1
Power LED (PN1: Pins 1—3) ............................................... 45
4.4.1.2
Keylock (PN1: Pins 4 and 5)................................................. 45
4.4.1.3
HDD-LED (PN1: Pins 7 and 8) ............................................. 45
4.4.1.4
Power (PN1: Pins 10 and 11) ............................................... 45
4.4.1.5
SMI (PN1: Pins 13 and 14) ................................................... 45
4.4.1.6
Reset (PN2: Pins 1 and 2) .................................................... 45
4.4.1.7
Speaker (PN2: Pins 4—7) .................................................... 45
4.4.1.8
SP_LED (PN2: Pins 9 and 10) ............................................. 45
4.4.1.9
Reserve (PN2: Pins 12—14) ................................................ 45
4.4.2
CMOS (JP1) ....................................................................................... 46
4.4.3
JP3 Header ........................................................................................ 46
4.4.4
CNR USB Settings (JP4 and USB2) .................................................. 46
4.4.5
AGP USB Settings (JP5 and USB2) .................................................. 47
Processor DIP Switch Settings (SW1) ................................................................ 47
BIOS Quick Reference ........................................................................................... 49
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
4
Expansion Connectors ....................................................................... 27
3.4.7.1
AGP Connector .................................................................... 27
3.4.7.2
32-bit/33-MHz PCI Connectors............................................. 28
3.4.7.3
CNR Connectors .................................................................. 28
3.4.7.4
V-Bus Connector .................................................................. 28
3.4.8
Post Code Debugger.......................................................................... 28
3.4.9
Clock Generation................................................................................ 28
3.4.9.1
System Clocks ...................................................................... 28
3.4.10
Power Supply Requirements.............................................................. 29
Battery Requirements ......................................................................................... 29
Overview ............................................................................................................. 49
Power-On Self-Test (POST) ............................................................................... 49
The BIOS User Interface..................................................................................... 49
Setup Screen System ......................................................................................... 52
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5.4.1
5.4.2
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
5.13
Basic CMOS Configuration Screen ....................................................52
Configuring Drive Assignments ..........................................................53
5.4.2.1
Configuring Floppy Drive Types ...........................................53
5.4.3
Configuring IDE Drive Types ..............................................................54
Configuring Boot Actions.....................................................................................55
Custom Configuration Setup Screen...................................................................55
Shadow Configuration Setup Screen ..................................................................56
Standard Diagnostics Routines Setup Screen ....................................................57
Start System BIOS Debugger Setup Screen.......................................................57
Start RS232 Manufacturing Link Setup Screen...................................................58
Manufacturing Mode............................................................................................58
5.11.1
Console Redirection ...........................................................................58
5.11.2
CE-Ready Windows CE Loader .........................................................59
5.11.3
Integrated BIOS Debugger .................................................................59
Embedded BIOS POST Codes ...........................................................................61
Embedded BIOS Beep Codes.............................................................................64
A
Bill of Materials .........................................................................................................65
B
Schematics .................................................................................................................77
Index ..............................................................................................................................111
Figures
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Block Diagram .....................................................................................................21
Back Panel I/O Connectors .................................................................................26
Baseboard Layout Diagram.................................................................................32
Baseboard Connector Orientation.......................................................................33
PN1, PN2 Diagram..............................................................................................46
BIOS POST Pre-Boot Environment.....................................................................50
Graphical POST ..................................................................................................51
Embedded BIOS Setup Screen Menu.................................................................52
Embedded BIOS Basic Setup Screen.................................................................53
Embedded BIOS Custom Setup Screen .............................................................56
Embedded BIOS Shadow Setup Screen.............................................................56
Standard Diagnostic Routines Setup Screen ......................................................57
Start RS232 Manufacturing Link Setup Screen...................................................58
CE-Ready Boot Feature ......................................................................................59
Integrated BIOS Debugger Running Over a Remote Terminal ...........................60
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Tables
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Related Documents............................................................................................. 10
Power Connector (ATXPR1) ............................................................................... 34
USB Connector Pinout (USB1) ........................................................................... 34
PS/2-Style Mouse and Keyboard Pinout (U1).................................................... 35
VGA Connector Pinout (VGA)............................................................................. 35
Parallel Port Connector Pinout (LPT1)................................................................ 36
Serial Port Connector Pinout (COM1 and COM2) .............................................. 36
Audio Line-Out Connector Pinouts...................................................................... 37
Audio Line-In Connector Pinouts ........................................................................ 37
Audio Mic-In Connector Pinouts.......................................................................... 37
MIDI/Game Port Connector Pinouts.................................................................... 37
Wake-ON-LAN Connector Pinouts (WOL1, not populated) ................................ 38
Front Panel I/O Connectors ................................................................................ 38
IDE Connector Pinouts for IDE1 and IDE2 ......................................................... 38
Floppy Drive Connector Pinouts (FDC1)............................................................. 39
32-Bit PCI Slot Connector Pinouts ...................................................................... 40
AGP Connector Pinouts ...................................................................................... 41
Pin Assignment for the Type A CNR Connector, using the 8-pin
LAN Interface ...................................................................................................... 43
Pin Assignment for the Type B CNR Connector, using the 17-pin
LAN Interface ...................................................................................................... 44
Processor DIP Switch Settings ........................................................................... 47
IDE0-IDE3 Drive Assignments ............................................................................ 54
Bill of Materials.................................................................................................... 65
Key Components Bill of Materials ....................................................................... 72
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21
22
23
Revision History
6
Revision
Date
Description
003
4/01
Kits upgraded to ship with 850 MHz Celeron processor (replacing 566 MHz
processor). Baseboard BOM format changes (NO part changes); key components
BOM expanded to include all kit components (excluding documentation, mounting
hardware, etc.).
002
1/01
minor corrections, typos fixed
001
10/00
First publication of this document.
Intel® 815E Scalable Performance Board Development Kit Manual
About This Manual
1
This manual tells you how to set up and use the evaluation board and processor assembly included
in your Intel® 815E Scalable Performance Board Development Kit.
1.1
Content Overview
Chapter 1, “About This Manual” — This chapter contains a description of conventions used in this
manual. The last few sections tell you how to obtain literature and contact customer support.
Chapter 2, “Getting Started”— Provides complete instructions on how to configure the evaluation
board and processor assembly by setting jumpers, connecting peripherals, providing power, and
configuring the BIOS.
Chapter 3, “Theory of Operation” — This chapter provides information on the system design.
Chapter 4, “Hardware Reference” — This chapter provides a description of jumper settings and
functions, and pinout information for each connector.
Chapter 5, “BIOS Quick Reference” — This chapter describes how to configure the BIOS for your
system configuration. A summary of all BIOS menu options is provided.
Appendix A, “Bill of Materials” — This appendix contains the bill of materials for the evaluation
board.
Appendix B, “Schematics” — This appendix contains schematics for selected connectors and
subsystems for the evaluation board.
1.2
Text Conventions
The following notations may be used throughout this manual.
#
The pound symbol (#) appended to a signal name indicates that the
signal is active low.
Variables
Variables are shown in italics. Variables must be replaced with correct
values.
Instructions
Instruction mnemonics are shown in uppercase. When you are
programming, instructions are not case-sensitive. You may use either
upper- or lowercase.
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About This Manual
Numbers
Hexadecimal numbers are represented by a string of hexadecimal digits
followed by the character H. A zero prefix is added to numbers that
begin with A through F. (For example, FF is shown as 0FFH.) Decimal
and binary numbers are represented by their customary notations. (That
is, 255 is a decimal number and 1111 1111 is a binary number. In some
cases, the letter B is added for clarity.)
Units of Measure
The following abbreviations are used to represent units of measure:
A
Gbyte
Kbyte
KΩ
mA
Mbyte
MHz
ms
mW
ns
pF
W
V
µA
µF
µs
µW
Signal Names
8
amps, amperes
gigabytes
kilobytes
kilo-ohms
milliamps, milliamperes
megabytes
megahertz
milliseconds
milliwatts
nanoseconds
picofarads
watts
volts
microamps, microamperes
microfarads
microseconds
microwatts
Signal names are shown in uppercase. When several signals share a
common name, an individual signal is represented by the signal name
followed by a number, while the group is represented by the signal name
followed by a variable (n). For example, the lower chip-select signals
are named CS0#, CS1#, CS2#, and so on; they are collectively called
CSn#. A pound symbol (#) appended to a signal name identifies an
active-low signal. Port pins are represented by the port abbreviation, a
period, and the pin number (e.g., P1.0).
Intel® 815E Scalable Performance Board Development Kit Manual
About This Manual
1.3
Technical Support
1.3.1
Electronic Support Systems
Intel’s site on the World Wide Web (http://www.intel.com/) provides up-to-date technical
information and product support. This information is available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week,
providing technical information whenever you need it.Telephone Technical Support
In the U.S. and Canada, technical support representatives are available to answer your questions
between 5 a.m. and 5 p.m. PST. You can also fax your questions to us. (Please include your voice
telephone number and indicate whether you prefer a response by phone or by fax). Outside the U.S.
and Canada, please contact your local distributor.
1.4
1-800-628-8686
U.S. and Canada
916-356-7599
U.S. and Canada
916-356-6100 (fax)
U.S. and Canada
Product Literature
You can order product literature from the following Intel literature centers.
1-800-548-4725
U.S. and Canada
708-296-9333
U.S. (from overseas)
44(0)1793-431155
Europe (U.K.)
44(0)1793-421333
Germany
44(0)1793-421777
France
81(0)120-47-88-32
Japan (fax only)
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1.5
Table 1.
Related Documents
Related Documents
Document Title
Pentium® III Processor for the PGA370 Socket at 500 MHz to 1.0B GHz datasheet
Order Number
245264
®
®
244453
®
®
273325
Intel Pentium III Processor Specification Update
Intel Pentium III Processor Thermal Design Guide
®
Intel Celeron™ Processor up to 850 MHz datasheet
243658
Intel® Celeron™ Processor Specification Update
243748
Intel® 815E Chipset Platform Design Guide
298234
®
Intel 815 Series Chipsets: 82815 Graphics Memory Controller Hub (GMCH)
Datasheet
290688
Intel® 82801BA I/O Controller Hub 2 (ICH2) Datasheet
290687
®
10
Intel 82802AB/82802AC Firmware Hub (FWH)
290658
Intel® 82802 Firmware Hub: Random Number Generator - Programmer’s Reference
Manual
298029
Intel® 815 Chipset: Graphics Controller Programmer’s Reference Manual
298237
P6 Family of Processors Hardware Developer’s Manual
244001
Intel Architecture Software Developer’s Manual, Volume1: Basic Architecture
243190
Intel Architecture Software Developer’s Manual, Volume 2: Instruction Set Reference
Manual
243191
Intel Architecture Software Developer’s Manual, Volume 3: System Programming
Guide
243192
Intel Processor Serial Number application note
245125
Intel® 815E Scalable Performance Board Development Kit Manual
Getting Started
2
This chapter identifies the evaluation kit’s key components, features and specifications. It also tells
you how to set up the board for operation.
2.1
Overview
The evaluation board consists of a baseboard (with one Intel® Pentium® III processor populated),
815E chipset, and other system board components and peripheral connectors.
Note:
2.1.1
The evaluation board is shipped as an open system allowing for maximum flexibility in changing
hardware configuration and peripherals. Since the board is not in a protective chassis, take extra
precaution when handling and operating the system.
Baseboard Features
Note:
ABIT manufactured the Intel® 815E Scalable Performance Board in compliance with Rev. 0.93 of
the Intel® 815E Chipset Platform Design Guidelines.
The evaluation board features are summarized below:
CPU
• Supports both Intel® CeleronTM Processors (566 MHz and above) and Intel® Pentium® III
processors (up to 1 GHz); both in the flip chip-pin grid array (FC-PGA) package.
• Supports a 66, 100, or 133 MHz processor system bus (PSB).
Intel 815E Chipset
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•
•
82815 Graphics and Memory Controller Hub (GMCH)
82801BA I/O Controller Hub 2 (ICH2)
82802AC Firmware Hub (FWH)
Supports Ultra ATA 100/66/33 IDE protocol
Supports AGP 2.0 including 4x AGP data transfers
Memory Support
• 100/133 MHz system memory interface
• Three 168-pin DIMM sockets support SDRAM (3.3 V, non-ECC) modules
• Supports 8-Mbyte to 512-Mbyte using 16 Mbit/64 Mbit/128 Mbit/256 Mbit technology
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Flash System BIOS ROM
• General Software system BIOS
Power Supply/Management
• Standard ATX power supply connector
• SMRAM space remapping to A0000H (128 Kbyte)
• Optional Extended SMRAM space above 256 Mbyte, additional 512 Kbyte/1 Mbyte TSEG
from top of memory, cacheable
• Stop clock grant and halt special cycle translation from the host to the hub interface
• APIC buffer management
Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP) Support
• AGP Interface Specification Rev 2.0 compliant
• Backward compatible with the AGP 1.0
• Single AGP 1X, 2X, 4X, 3.3 V/1.5 V device support
System I/O
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One floppy connector supporting up to 2.88 Mbytes, and three-mode floppy drives
Two Ultra ATA 100/66/33 IDE connectors supporting up to four IDE devices
Built-in standard/EPP/ECP parallel port connector
Two built-in 16550 fast UART compatible serial port connectors
Two built-in Universal Serial Bus (USB) connectors
Built-in PS/2-style keyboard and PS/2 mouse (6-pin mini-DIN) connectors
One built-in VGA connector
Built-in audio connectors (Line-in, Line-out, MIC-in) with Yamaha Audio CODEC
One built-in game port
Built-in audio line-in headers (CD1, CD2, and AUX1)
Peripheral Connectors
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•
Three PCI expansion slots
One Communication Network Riser (CNR) slot
One AGP slot
ABIT V-Bus* connector accepts expansion card for video output capability (TV-Out)
Miscellaneous Features
• Micro ATX form factor
• Two built-in SMBus headers
• Built-In standard IrDA TX/RX header
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•
2.2
Built-in Wake On LAN (WOL) header
Three built-in FAN power connectors (FAN1, FAN2 and FAN3)
Power/Reset jumpers
Jumper to select PSB speed (66, 100, or 133 MHz)
Jumper to clear CMOS
Included Hardware
2.3
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Evaluation board (baseboard) with battery
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80-pin ATA/66 IDE cable for the hard disk drive
Intel N82802AC8 Firmware Hub
One 866 MHz Intel® Pentium® III Processor with a 133 MHz PSB
One 850 MHz Intel® Celeron™ Processor with a 100 MHz PSB
One fansink thermal solution
One 128-Mbyte PC133 SDRAM (168-pin)
Western Digital ATA66 hard disk drive pre-loaded with an evaluation copy of BlueCat* Linux
from LynuxWorks*
Comm port cable
Floppy drive cable
82559 fast ethernet controller card
Software Key Features
The software in the kit was chosen to facilitate development of real-time applications based on the
components used in the evaluation board. The software tools included in your kit are described in
this section.
Note:
Software in the kit is provided free by the vendor and is only licensed for evaluation purposes.
Refer to the documentation in your evaluation kit for further details on any terms and conditions
that may be applicable to the granted licenses. Customers using the tools that work with Microsoft*
products must license those products.Any targets created by those tools should also have
appropriate licenses. Software included in the kit is subject to change.
Refer to http://developer.intel.com/design/intarch/devkits for details on additional software from
other third-party vendors.
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Getting Started
2.3.1
Embedded BIOS for the Intel® 815E Scalable Performance
Board Development Kit
The Intel® 815E Scalable Performance Board Development Kit ships pre-installed with Embedded
BIOS* pre-boot firmware from General Software. Embedded BIOS provides an industry-standard
BIOS platform to run any standard operating system, including DOS*, Windows* NT, NT
Embedded*, Windows 95/98, Windows CE, QNX*, VxWorks*, and Linux* among others. The
Embedded BIOS Application Kit (available through General Software) includes complete source
code, a reference manual, and a Windows-based expert system, BIOStart*, to enable easy and rapid
configuration of customized firmware for your Intel* 815E Scalable Performance Board
Development Kit.
The following features of Embedded BIOS have been enabled in the Intel® 815E Scalable
Performance Board Development Kit:
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SDRAM detection, configuration, and initialization
Intel® 815E chipset configuration
Firmware Hub
Post codes displayed to port 80H
Two serial ports, one EPP/ECP parallel port
PCI bus and device enumeration and configuration
AGP configuration and initialization
SMC LPC Super I/O programming
Pentium® III processor microcode update
Integrated debugger
Burn-in diagnostics
Console redirection
Manufacturing mode
2.3.2
Software
2.3.2.1
BlueCat* Linux
The drive comes pre-loaded with BlueCat Linux. Some of the features of the BlueCat Linux
include:
• A development environment and an operating system for embedded deployment that lets
developers combine specialized, custom-developed software and hardware with off-the-shelf,
third-party Linux applications.
• Configuration to accurately match the requirements of embedded development from small
devices to large-scale multi-processor systems. BlueCat Linux includes a royalty-free, open
source Linux distribution, enhanced with LynuxWorks’ cross-development and embedding
tools that improve quality and reduce development time.
• Stabilization to ensure that a consistent development and deployment environment is available
for the complete lifecycle of an embedded product
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• A selected subset of the standard Linux distribution tailored for embedded development and
deployment, with LynuxWorks cross-development and embedding tools. Components are
selected to ensure functionality, reliability, and maintainability, both on the host and target
side. BlueCat Linux is configurable to meet varied requirements for kernel size, hardware
configurations, boot method, and other embedded requirements. It uses the Red Hat Package
Manager (RPM) to allow customized installations on the development system.
2.3.2.2
Wind River’s VxWorks* Real-Time Operating
System (RTOS)
wind microkernel
• Efficient task management
— Multitasking, unlimited number of tasks
— Preemptive and round-robin scheduling
— Fast, deterministic context switching
— 256 priority levels
• Fast, flexible intertask communications
— Binary, counting and mutual exclusion semaphores with priority inheritance
— Message queues
— POSIX pipes, counting semaphores, message queues, signals and scheduling
— Control sockets
— Shared memory
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High scalability
Incremental linking and loading of components
Fast, efficient interrupt and exception handling
Optimized floating-point support
Dynamic memory management
System clock and timing facilities
Networking support
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BSD 4.4 TCP/IP networking
IP, IGMP, CIDR, TCP, UDP, ARP
RIP v.1/v.2
Standard Berkeley sockets, zbufs (a.k.a., zero-copy sockets)
SLIP, CSLIP, PPP
BOOTP, DNS, DHCP, TFTP
NFS, ONC RPC
FTP, rlogin, rsh, telnet
SNTP
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• WindNet SNMP v.1/v.2c with MIB compiler—optional
• WindNet OSPF v.2—optional
Fast, flexible I/O and local file system
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SCSI support
MS-DOS compatible file system
Raw disk file system
TrueFFS flash file system—optional
ISO 9660 CD-ROM file system
PCMCIA support
Target Development Features
• Full ANSI C compliance and enhanced C++ features for exception handling and template
support
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Extensive POSIX 1003.1, .1b compatibility
Interactive C interpreter target shell
Symbolic debugging and disassembly
Powerful performance monitoring
Extensive kernel, task and system information utilities
Dynamic linking loader
Libraries of over 1800 utility routines
Flexible booting from ROM, local disk, or over the network
Highly scalable design allows for a wide range of applications
System-level debugging via Ethernet, serial line, ICE, or ROM emulator
Supported VxWorks 5.x Targets
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PowerPC
68K, CPU 32
ColdFire
MCORE
80x86 and Pentium
i960
ARM and StrongARM
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• RAD6000
• ST 20
• TriCore
2.3.3
Information/Drivers CD
ABIT, the manufacturer of the baseboard, has provided a CD that contains drivers for the standard
versions of the Windows operating systems (Windows 95/98/NT/2000). The CD includes drivers
for on-board audio, on-board video and Intel® ATA/66. In addition, there are a few other utilities
provided that may be useful. For updated drivers, refer to:
http://developer.intel.com/design/chipsets/815e/index.htm
2.4
Before You Begin
Before you set up and configure your evaluation board, you may want to gather some additional
hardware and software.
VGA Monitor: You can use any standard VGA or multi-resolution monitor. The setup instructions
in this chapter assume that you are using a standard VGA monitor.
Keyboard: You need a keyboard with a PS/2-style connector or adapter.
Mouse: Optional. You can use a mouse with a PS/2-style connector or adapter.
Hard Drives andFloppy Drives: You can connect up to four IDE drives and two floppy drives to
the evaluation board. Two devices (master and slave) can be attached to each IDE connector. Only
one hard drive is included in your kit, so you will need to provide the cables for any additional
drives. You may have all these storage devices attached to the board at the same time.
Video Adapter: You can use the integrated video adapter supplied with your kit, or you can
choose to install a PCI or AGP video adapter. It is your responsibility to install the correct driver
software for any video adapters other than the one provided. Check the BIOS for the proper video
settings (AGP/onboard or PCI).
Network Adapter: A network interface card is included in the evaluation kit. You may use a
different network card other than the card included in the kit; you are responsible for installing the
correct drivers for such a network card. The evaluation board supports all standard PCI-compatible
network cards. You must supply a network cable to connect to the LAN connector or any other
network card you chose to install.
Power Supply: You must use a standard ATX power supply.
Other Devices and Adapters: The evaluation board functions much like a standard desktop
computer motherboard. Most PC compatible peripherals can be attached and configured to work
with the evaluation board. For example, you may want to install a sound card or an AGP graphics
card.
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2.5
Setting up the Evaluation Board
Once you have gathered the hardware described in section Section 2.4, follow the steps below to
set up your evaluation board. This manual assumes you are familiar with the basic concepts
involved with installing and configuring hardware for a personal computer system. Refer to
Figure 3 on page 32 for locations of connectors, jumpers, etc.When installing drives/devices on the
baseboard, refer to Figure 4 on page 33 for the correct orientation of the connecting cable.
Note:
The location of pin1 on the COM2 header is INCORRECT in the ABIT Brief Installation Guide
ver. 1.00 (included on the ABIT drivers CD). It has been corrected in this manual.
1. Create a safe work environment.
Make sure you are in a static-free environment before removing any components from their
anti-static packaging. The evaluation board is susceptible to electrostatic discharge damage,
and such damage may cause product failure or unpredictable operation.
2. Inspect the contents of your kit.
Check for damage that may have occurred during shipment. Contact your sales representative
if any items are missing or damaged.
Caution:
Note:
Connecting the wrong cable or reversing the cable can damage the evaluation board and may
damage the device being connected. Since the board is not in a protective chassis, use caution when
connecting cables to this product.
The evaluation board is a standard micro-ATX form factor. An ATX chassis may be used if a
protected environment is desired.
3. Check the jumper settings.
JP1 is used to clear the CMOS memory (pin 2 and 3). Make sure this jumper is set for normal
operation (jumper pins 1 and 2). Refer to Section 4.4.2, “CMOS (JP1)” on page 46.
4. Check the dip switch settings.
Make sure the board’s DIP switch is configured to the correct PSB. SW1 DIP switch settings
are shown in Table 20 on page 47.
5. Make sure the following hardware is populated on your evaluation board:
— One 866 MHz Intel® Pentium® III processor
— One 128-Mbyte PC133 SDRAM DIMM (168-pin)
— One fan (thermal solution)
— One network interface card
6. Install the IDE hard disk drive included in your kit:
The evaluation board supports Primary and Secondary IDE interfaces that can each host one or
two devices (master/slave). When you are using multiple devices, such as a hard disk and a
CD-ROM drive, make sure the hard disk drive has a jumper in the master position and the CDROM has a jumper in the slave position. When using a single IDE device with the evaluation
board, ensure that the jumpers are set correctly for single drive operation. For jumper settings
for different configurations, consult the drive’s documentation.
— Connect the hard drive’s IDE cable connector to the IDE1 connector on the evaluation
board.
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— Connect the other end of the cable to the hard disk drive.
— Connect a power cable to the hard drive.
Caution:
Make sure the tracer on the ribbon cable is aligned with pin 1 on both the hard disk and the IDE
connector header. Connecting the cable backwards can damage the evaluation board or the hard
disk.
7. Connect any additional storage devices to the evaluation board.
Note:
The hard disk is already formatted and is pre-loaded with a customized target image of BlueCat
Linux by LynuxWorks.
8. Connect a Floppy drive (optional).
— Insert a floppy cable into FDC1 (be sure to orient pin 1 correctly).
— Connect the other end of the ribbon cable to the floppy drive.
— Connect a power cable to the floppy drive.
9. Connect the keyboard and mouse.
Connect a PS/2-style mouse and keyboard (see Figure 3 on page 32 for connector locations).
Note:
U1 (on the baseboard) is a stacked PS/2 connector. The bottom connector is for the keyboard and
the top is for the mouse.
10. Connect the Ethernet adapter provided in your kit (optional).
11. Connect the audio speakers (optional).
For audio, connect the audio speakers to the on-board line out connector.
12. Connect the power supply.
Connect an ATX power supply to the evaluation board. Make sure the power supply is not
plugged into the wall (turned off). Insert the board connector of the power supply cord into the
ATXPR1 power supply header on the evaluation board. After connecting the power supply
board connector to the ATXPR1 header, plug the power supply cord into the wall.
13. Power up the board.
Power and reset are implemented on the evaluation board through jumpers located on PN1 and
PN2.
Power Jumper:
The power jumper consists of pins 10 and 11 on PN1. (See Figure 5 on
page 46.) To power on the evaluation board, briefly short pins 10 and 11,
then, release the short. (To power off, short pins 10 and 11 for about five
seconds, until the power shuts off.)
Reset Jumper:
The reset jumper consists of pins 1 and 2 on PN2. (See Figure 5 on
page 46.) To reset the evaluation board, short pins 1 and 2 until the board
resets, and then release the short.
Turn on the power to the monitor and evaluation board. Ensure that the fansink on the processor is
operating.
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2.6
Configuring the BIOS
General Software’s BIOS is pre-loaded on the evaluation board. You will need to make changes to
the BIOS to enable hard disks, floppy disks and other supported features. You can use the Setup
program to modify BIOS settings and control the special features of the system. Setup options are
configured through a menu-driven user interface. Chapter 5, “BIOS Quick Reference” contains a
description of BIOS options. BIOS updates may periodically be posted to Intel’s Developers’ Web
site at:
http://developer.intel.com/design/intarch/devkits/
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3.1
Block Diagram
Figure 1. Block Diagram
370-Pin Socket Processor
VRM
Clock
DATA
CTRL
ADDR
Termination
GTL Bus
DATA
CTRL
ADDR
AGP
Connector
3 DIMM
Modules
GMCH
Digital Video
Out Device
USB Port 1
USB Port 2
USB Port 3
USB Port 4
PCI ADDR/DATA
USB
PCI CONN 3
PCI CTRL
ICH2
PCI CONN 2
UDMA/100
PCI CONN 1
IDE Primary
IDE Secondary
CNR
Connector
AC'97 Link
Firmware
Hub
Audio
Codec
SIO
Parallel
Serial 2
Serial 1
Keyboard
Mouse
Game Port
Floppy
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3.2
Mechanical Design
The evaluation board conforms to the micro-ATX form factor. For extra protection in a
development environment, you may want to install the evaluation board in an ATX chassis. The
evaluation board has three 32 bit/33 MHz PCI connectors, one AGP connector, one CNR
connector, three SDRAM DIMM connectors, and one ABIT V-Bus connector. The system I/O
connectors are in the rear of the board in the defined micro-ATX I/O window.
3.3
Thermal Management
The objective of thermal management is to ensure that the temperature of each component is
maintained within specified functional limits. The functional temperature limit is the range within
which the electrical circuits can be expected to meet their specified performance requirements.
Operation outside the functional limit can degrade system performance and cause reliability
problems.
The development kit is shipped with a heatsink/fan thermal solution pre-installed on the processor
using metal clips. This thermal solution has been tested in an open air environment at room
temperature and is sufficient for evaluation purposes. The designer must ensure that adequate
thermal management is provided for any customer-derived designs.
3.4
System Operation
The Intel® 815E Scalable Performance Board Development Kit is designed to support Intel®
Celeron™ processors (566 MHz and above) and Intel® Pentium® III processors up to 1 GHz in the
flip chip-grid array (FC-PGA) package. The 815E chipset includes the GMCH, ICH2, and the
FWH.
3.4.1
Intel® Pentium® III Processor
The Intel® Pentium® III processor is a member of the P6 family in the Intel® IA-32 processor line.
Like the Intel® Pentium® II processor, the Intel® Pentium® III processor implements the Dynamic
Execution microarchitecture — a unique combination of multiple branch prediction, data flow
analysis, and speculative execution. Intel® Pentium® III processor features include the following:
•
•
•
•
Dynamic Execution technology
Includes Intel MMX media enhancement technology
Intel streaming SIMD extensions
Incorporates separate 16 Kbyte level-one caches (32 Kbytes total); one for instructions and
one for data
• 256 Kbytes integrated, full-speed level two cache with error correcting code (ECC)
• 8-way level two cache associativity, which provides improved cache-hit rate on read/store
operations
• Double quad word-wide (256 bit) cache data bus, which provides extremely high throughput
on read/store operations
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• Support for 66 MHz, 100 MHz and 133 MHz processor system bus frequencies
• Intel® processor serial number
3.4.2
Intel® Celeron™ Processor
The Intel® Celeron™ processor family delivers quality, reliability, and compatibility while offering
good performance for today’s most widely-used applications. Intel® Celeron™ processor features
include:
•
•
•
•
Dynamic Execution technology
Includes Intel MMX* media enhancement technology
Intel streaming SIMD extensions
Incorporates separate 16 Kbyte level-one caches (32 Kbytes total); one for instructions and
one for data
• Incorporates a 128 Kbyte unified, non-blocking, level-two cache that improves performance
by reducing the average memory access time and providing fast access to recently used
instructions and data
• 66/100 MHz Intel® P6 micro-architecture’s multi-transaction system bus that supports multiple
outstanding transactions to increase bandwidth availability
• A pipelined Floating-Point Unit (FPU) for supporting the 32-bit and 64-bit formats specified
in IEEE standard 754, as well as an 80-bit format
• Parity-protected address/request and response system bus signals with a retry mechanism for
high data integrity and reliability
3.4.3
Intel® 815E Chipset
3.4.3.1
Graphics and Memory Controller Hub (GMCH)
The GMCH provides the processor interface (optimized for Intel® Pentium® III processors and
Intel® Celeron™ processors), DRAM interface, hub interface and an AGP interface or internal
graphics. It provides flexibility and scalability in graphics and memory subsystem performance.
GMCH features:
•
•
•
•
•
544 BGA package
66, 100, or 133 MHz Processor System Bus
32-bit host bus addressing
Four deep in-order queue
Processor support
— Celeron™ processor (128 Kbytes) in 370-pin FC-PGA package
— Pentium® III processor (256 Kbytes) in 370-pin FC-PGA package
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• System DRAM controller
— Three DIMM slots
— 100/133 MHz clock
• Accelerated hub architecture
• Digital video out port
• AGP 1X/2X/4X port
3.4.3.2
I/O Controller Hub (ICH2)
The Intel 82801BA I/O Controller Hub (ICH2) is a highly integrated multifunctional I/O controller
hub that provides the interface to the PCI bus and integrates many of the functions needed in
today’s PC platforms. The ICH2 communicates with the host controller over a dedicated hub
interface.
ICH2 Features:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
3.4.3.3
PCI 2.2 with six PCI REQ/GNT pairs
Eight PCI interrupts
AC’97 2.1 with six channel audio support
LPC interface
Wake-On-LAN support
System management
21 GPIO signals
Interrupt controller
82C54-based timer
ACPI compliant
RTC
360 eBGA package
Four IDE @ ATA 100 max
Two USB 1.1 controllers providing four ports
Enhanced SMBus with slave interface
Integrated MAC
Firmware Hub (FWH)
The Firmware Hub (FWH) stores system BIOS and video BIOS, as well as an Intel® Random
Number Generator (RNG). The Intel RNG provides truly random numbers to enable stronger
encryption, digital signing and security protocols. The FWH is key to enabling future security and
manageability infrastructures.
FWH Features:
• 32-pin PLCC package
• 8-Mbit flash memory
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•
•
•
•
•
3.4.4
Symmetrically-blocked flash memory array (64 Kbyte)
Pin and register-based block locking
Integrated hardware RNG
Single-byte read/write
Five GPIs
System Memory SDRAM
Memory Features:
• Three 168-pin SDRAM DIMM sockets
• Supports 8 Mbyte to 512 Mbyte using 16 Mbit/64 Mbit/128 Mbit/256 Mbit technology
• Supports 100/133 MHz system memory bus
3.4.5
Boot ROM
The system boot ROM installed at U23 is the Intel® FWH, N82802AC8 device. The FWH is
socketed and is addressable on the LPC bus off of the ICH2.
3.4.6
System I/O
The evaluation board contains the following I/O devices.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Single floppy controller support
Primary and secondary IDE interface (supports four drives)
Two serial ports
One parallel port
Two USB ports
VGA connector
AC’97 specification compliant audio
Line Out, Line IN, and MIC IN connectors
MIDI/game port
PS/2-style keyboard and mouse ports
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Figure 2. Back Panel I/O Connectors
LPT Port Connector
Mouse
Game Port
USB
Keyboard
COM1
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VGA
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Lin
Ou
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Lin
C
MI
In
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3.4.6.1
Floppy Disk Drive Support
One 34-pin floppy connector is provided on the evaluation board.
3.4.6.2
IDE Support
The evaluation board supports both a primary and secondary IDE interface via two 40-pin IDE
connectors. IDE1 is the primary interface and IDE2 is the secondary interface.
3.4.6.3
RS-232 Serial Ports
The evaluation board provides one built-in serial port (COM1) and a header for an additional serial
port (COM2). COM1 is attached to the back panel I/O connector. COM2 is a header that connects
to a serial port cable to provide the additional serial port.
3.4.6.4
IEEE 1284 Parallel Port
One 25-pin DSUB IEEE 1284 parallel port is provided (LPT1).
3.4.6.5
USB Ports
The evaluation board provides two USB connectors (USB1).
3.4.6.6
VGA Connector
This connector is a 15-pin DSUB female connector for output to a monitor.
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3.4.6.7
Audio Subsystem
The evaluation board has an integrated (on-board) AC’97 compliant subsystem.
Audio Subsystem Features:
• Line input (back panel)
• Line output (back panel)
• Microphone input (back panel)
3.4.6.8
Game Port Connector
The game port connector is a standard 15-pin DSUB connector for attaching a joystick, game pad
or other MIDI device.
3.4.6.9
Keyboard/Mouse
The keyboard and mouse connectors (U1) are PS/2 style, 6-pin stacked miniature DSUB
connectors. The top connector is for the mouse and the bottom connector is for the keyboard.
3.4.7
Expansion Connectors
The evaluation board contains the following expansion connectors:
•
•
•
•
3.4.7.1
One AGP 4x slot
Three PCI 32/33 slots
One CNR slot
One V-Bus connector
AGP Connector
AGP support is provided through the 82815 GMCH. One industry standard AGP connector
(AGP1) is provided on the evaluation board. The AGP connector can accept a Graphics
Performance Adapter (GPA) to enhance system graphics performance by providing dedicated
display cache for internal graphics.
AGP Features:
• AGP 1X, 2X, and 4X transfer rates
• Differential strobes for more accurate timing
Dual mode buffers allow the use of 1.5 V and 3.3 V compliant devices.
AGP add-in cards must comply with the Rev. 2.0 Accelerated Graphics Port Specification.
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3.4.7.2
32-bit/33-MHz PCI Connectors
Three industry standard 32-bit/33-MHz PCI connectors (PCI1, PCI2, and PCI3) are provided on
the evaluation board.
3.4.7.3
CNR Connectors
One CNR connector is included on the board. Intel® has not validated this feature.
3.4.7.4
V-Bus Connector
A V-BUS TV-out adapter can be installed in this connector (VL1), which has general video output
and S-Video out for display on a TV monitor. Intel has not validated this feature. Contact ABIT*
for more information.
3.4.8
Post Code Debugger
An on-board Post-Code Debugger is not implemented on the evaluation board. However, post code
debugging can be accomplished through the use of a port 080H expansion card.
3.4.9
Clock Generation
The clock synthesizer on the baseboard generates and distributes the clocks used by the entire
system.
3.4.9.1
System Clocks
The CK Intel® 815E Chipset: 3 DIMM Clock Synthesizer is the primary source of clock generation
for most of the clocks on the baseboard. The following clock groups are found on the Intel® 815E
Scalable Performance Board Development Kit:
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CPU
66 MHz/100 MHz/133 MHz
PCI
33 MHz
SDRAM
100 MHz/133 MHz
3V66
66 MHz (3.3 V)
USB
48 MHz
DOT
48 MHz
REF
14.31818 MHz
APIC
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3.4.10
Power Supply Requirements
The Intel® 815E Scalable Performance Board uses a standard ATX power supply.
3.5
Battery Requirements
A type 2032, socketed, 3 V lithium coin cell battery is used on this evaluation board. The battery
has a shelf life of greater than three years.
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4
This section provides reference information on the hardware, including connector pinout
information and jumper settings.
4.1
Thermal Management
The development kit is shipped with a heatsink/fan thermal solution pre-installed on the processor
using metal clips. This thermal solution has been tested in an open-air environment at room
temperature and is sufficient for evaluation purposes. The designer must ensure that adequate
thermal management is provided for any customer-derived designs.
For additional thermal design information refer to the following documents:
• Pentium® III Processor for the PGA370 Socket at 500 MHz to 1.0B GHz Datasheet (order
number 245264)
• Intel® Pentium® III Processor Thermal Design Guide (order number 273325)
• Intel® Celeron™ Processor up to 850 MHz datasheet (order number 243658)
• Intel® Celeron™ Processor Thermal Design Guide (order number 273421)
4.2
Post Code Debugging
The evaluation board does not have an on-board post code display. However, post code debugging
can be accomplished through the use of a Port 080H expansion card. These cards are available
from various vendors. One such vendor is PC Engines (www.pcengines.com).
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4.3
Connector Pinouts
Figure 3. Baseboard Layout Diagram
Game Port
Parallel Serial VGA Stacked
USB1
CD1
CD2
Winbond
W83627HF
AUX1
Mouse/
Keyboard
VL1
COM2
ATXPR1
AGP1
SMB2
IR1
FAN2
J3
CNRSLOT1
PCI1
PCI2
PCI3
FW82801
JP1
Panasonic
CR2032
CCMOS SMB1
3V
PGA370
WOL1
FAN1
DIMM3
FW82801
DIMM1
DIMM2
FWH
SW1
IDE1
IDE2
FDC1
ICS
JP5
J2
SP1
S1
JP4
PN1
FAN3
USB2
PN2
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Figure 4. Baseboard Connector Orientation
Pin 1
CD1
CD2
Pin 1
Pin 1
AUX1
Pin 1
Pin 1
VL1
COM2
ATXPR1
SMB2
IR1
Pin 1
FAN2
Pin 1
J3
Pin 1
CCMOS SMB1
JP1
Pin 1
WOL1
FAN1
IDE1
JP5
Pin 1
IDE2
Pin
1
FDC1
J2
S1
JP4
USB2
FAN3
PN1
PN2
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4.3.1
ATX Power Connector
Table 2 shows the signals assigned to the ATX style power connector.
Table 2.
4.3.2
Power Connector (ATXPR1)
Pin
Name
Function
1
3.3 V
3.3 V
2
3.3 V
3.3 V
3
GND
Ground
4
+5V
+5 V VCC
5
GND
Ground
6
+5 V
+5 V VCC
7
GND
Ground
8
PWRGD
Power Good
9
5VSB
Standby 5 V
10
+12 V
+12 V
11
3.3 V
3.3 V
12
-12 V
-12 V
13
GND
Ground
14
PS_ON#
Soft-off control
15
GND
Ground
16
GND
Ground
17
GND
Ground
18
-5 V
-5 V
19
+5 V
+5 V VCC
20
+5 V
+5 V VCC
Dual Stacked USB Connector
Table 3 shows the signals assigned to the dual stacked USB connector (USB1).
Table 3.
USB Connector Pinout (USB1)
Pin
1,5
34
Signal Name
Power (fused)
2,6
USBP0# [USBP1#]
3,7
USBP0 [USBP1]
4,8
GND
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4.3.3
PS/2-Style Mouse and Keyboard Connectors
Table 4 shows the signals assigned to the keyboard and mouse connector (U1). The mouse port is
on the top and the keyboard port is on the bottom.
Table 4.
PS/2-Style Mouse and Keyboard Pinout (U1)
Pin
4.3.4
Table 5.
Signal Name
1
Data
2
No Connect
3
GND
4
+5 V (fused)
5
Clock
6
No Connect
VGA Port
VGA Connector Pinout (VGA)
Pin
Signal
1
RED
2
GREEN
3
BLUE
4
N/C
5
GND
6
ANALOG GND
7
ANALOG GND
8
ANALOG GND
9
N/C
10
GND
11
N/C
12
N/C
13
H SYNC
14
V SYNC
15
N/C
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4.3.5
Parallel Port
Table 6 shows the signals assigned to the parallel port connector (LPT1).
Table 6.
4.3.6
Parallel Port Connector Pinout (LPT1)
Pin
Signal Name
Pin
Signal Name
1
Strobe#
14
Auto Feed#
2
Data Bit 0
15
Fault#
3
Data Bit 1
16
INIT#
4
Data Bit 2
17
SLC IN#
5
Data Bit 3
18
GND
6
Data Bit 4
19
GND
7
Data Bit 5
20
GND
8
Data Bit 6
21
GND
9
Data Bit 7
22
GND
10
ACK#
23
GND
11
Busy
24
GND
12
Paper end
25
GND
13
SLCT
Serial Ports
Table 7 shows the signals assigned to the serial port connectors (COM1 and COM2). COM1 is
attached to the back panel I/O connector. COM2 is a serial COM port. If you have a serial port
bracket, it can be connected to COM2 for one additional serial port.
Table 7.
Serial Port Connector Pinout (COM1 and COM2)
Pin
36
Signal Name
1
DCD
2
Serial In (SIN)
3
Serial Out (SOUT)
4
DTR
5
GND
6
DSR
7
RTS
8
CTS
9
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4.3.7
Audio Connectors
Refer to Figure 2 on page 26 for the connectors referenced in this section.
Table 8 shows the signals assigned to the audio line-out connector.
Table 8.
Audio Line-Out Connector Pinouts
Pin
Signal Name
Sleeve
GND
Tip
Audio Left Out
Ring
Audio Right Out
Table 9 shows the signals assigned to the audio line-in connector.
Table 9.
Audio Line-In Connector Pinouts
Pin
Signal Name
Sleeve
GND
Tip
Audio Left In
Ring
Audio Right In
Table 10 shows the signal assigned to the audio mic-in connector.
Table 10. Audio Mic-In Connector Pinouts
Pin
Signal Name
Sleeve
GND
Tip
Mono In
Ring
Mic bias voltage
Table 11 shows the signals assigned to the MIDI/game port connector.
Table 11. MIDI/Game Port Connector Pinouts
Pin
Signal Name
Pin
Signal Name
1
2
+5 V (fused)
9
+5 V (fused)
GP4
10
GP6
3
GP0
11
GP2
4
GND
12
MIDI-OUTR
5
GND
13
GP3
6
GP1
14
GP7
7
GP5
15
MIDI-INR
8
+5 V (fused)
16
NC
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4.3.8
Wake On LAN (WOL)
Table 12 shows the signals assigned to the Wake-ON-LAN (WOL) connector (WOL1).
Table 12. Wake-ON-LAN Connector Pinouts (WOL1, not populated)
4.3.9
Pin
Signal Name
1
5 VSB
2
Ground
3
WOL
Front Panel I/O Connectors
Table 13 shows the signals assigned to the front panel I/O connectors (PN1 and PN2).
Table 13. Front Panel I/O Connectors
PN1
4.3.10
PN2
Pin
Signal Name
Pin
Signal Name
1
Power LED
1
Reset
2
Power LED
2
Reset
3
Power LED
3
No Pin
4
Keylock
4
Speaker
5
Keylock
5
Speaker
6
No Pin
6
Speaker
7
HDD LED
7
Speaker
8
HDD LED
8
No Pin
9
No Pin
9
SP LED
10
Power ON
10
SP LED
11
Power ON
11
No Pin
12
No Pin
12
Reserve
13
SMI
13
Reserve
14
SMI
14
Reserve
IDE Connector
Table 14 shows the signals assigned to the IDE connectors (IDE1 and IDE2).
Table 14. IDE Connector Pinouts for IDE1 and IDE2 (Sheet 1 of 2)
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Pin
Signal Name
Pin
Signal Name
1
Reset IDE
21
DRQ3
2
Ground
22
Ground
3
Host Data 7
23
I/O Write#
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Table 14. IDE Connector Pinouts for IDE1 and IDE2 (Sheet 2 of 2)
Pin
4.3.11
Signal Name
Pin
Signal Name
4
Host Data 8
24
Ground
5
Host Data 6
25
I/O Read#
6
Host Data 9
26
Ground
7
Host Data 5
27
IOCHRDY
8
Host Data 10
28
BALE
9
Host Data 4
29
DACK3#
10
Host Data 11
30
Ground
11
Host Data 3
31
IRQ14
12
Host Data 12
32
IOCS16#
13
Host Data 2
33
Addr1
14
Host Data 13
34
Ground
15
Host Data 1
35
Addr 0
16
Host Data 14
36
Addr 2
17
Host Data 0
37
Chip Select 0#
18
Host Data 15
38
Chip Select 1#
19
Ground
39
Activity
20
Key
40
Ground
Floppy Drive Connector
Table 15 shows the signals assigned to the floppy drive connector (FDC1).
Table 15. Floppy Drive Connector Pinouts (FDC1) (Sheet 1 of 2)
Pin
Signal Name
Pin
Signal Name
1
Ground
2
FDHDIN
3
Ground
4
Reserved
5
Key
6
FDEDIN
7
Ground
8
Index
9
Ground
10
Motor Enable A#
11
Ground
12
Drive Select B#
13
Ground
14
Drive Select A#
15
Ground
16
Motor Enable B#
17
Ground
18
DIR#
19
Ground
20
STEP#
21
Ground
22
Write Data#
23
Ground
24
Write Gate#
25
Ground
26
Track 00#
27
Ground
28
Write Protect#
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Table 15. Floppy Drive Connector Pinouts (FDC1) (Sheet 2 of 2)
Pin
4.3.12
Signal Name
Pin
Signal Name
29
Ground
30
Read Data#
31
Ground
32
Side 1 Select#
33
Ground
34
Diskette Change#
32-Bit PCI Slot Connector
Table 16 shows the signals assigned to the 32-Bit PCI slot connectors (PCI1, PCI2, and PCI3).
Table 16. 32-Bit PCI Slot Connector Pinouts (Sheet 1 of 2)
Pin
40
Signal
Name
Pin
Signal
Name
Pin
Signal
Name
Pin
Signal
Name
A1
VCC
B1
-12 V
A32
AD16
B32
AD17
A2
+ 12 V
B2
GND
A33
3.3 V
B33
CBE2#
A3
VCC
B3
GND
A34
FRAME#
B34
GND
A4
VCC
B4
No
Connect
A35
GND
B35
IRDY#
A5
VCC
B5
VCC
A36
TRDY#
B36
3.3 V
A6
PIRQ1#
B6
VCC
A37
GND
B37
DEVSEL#
A7
PIRQ3#
B7
PIRQ2#
A38
STOP#
B38
GND
A8
VCC
B8
PIRQ0
A39
3.3 V
B39
LOCK#
A9
No Connect
B9
PRSNT1B
#
A40
SDONE
B40
PERR#
A10
VCC
B10
No
Connect
A41
SBO#
B41
3.3V
A11
No Connect
B11
PRSNT2B
#
A42
GND
B42
SERR#
A12
GND
B12
GND
A43
PAR
B43
3.3 V
A13
GND
B13
GND
A44
AD15
B44
CBE1#
A45
3.3V
B45
AD14
A14
No Connect
B14
No
Connect
A15
RST#
B15
GND
A46
AD13
B46
GND
A16
VCC
B16
PCLK3
A47
AD11
B47
AD12
A17
GNT1#
B17
GND
A48
GND
B48
AD10
A18
GND
B18
REQ#
A49
AD9
B49
GND
A19
Reserved
B19
VCC
A50
KEY
B50
KEY
A20
AD30
B20
AD31
A51
KEY
B51
KEY
A21
3.3 V
B21
AD29
A52
CBEO#
B52
AD8
A22
AD28
B22
GND
A53
3.3 V
B53
AD7
A23
AD26
B23
AD27
A54
AD6
B54
3.3 V
A24
GND
B24
AD25
A55
AD4
B55
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Table 16. 32-Bit PCI Slot Connector Pinouts (Sheet 2 of 2)
Pin
A25
4.3.13
Signal
Name
AD24
Signal
Name
Pin
B25
Signal
Name
Pin
3.3 V
A56
Pin
GND
B56
Signal
Name
AD3
A26
IDSEL
B26
CBE3#
A57
AD2
B57
GND
A27
3.3 V
B27
AD23
A58
AD0
B58
AD1
A28
AD22
B28
GND
A59
VCC
B59
VCC
A29
AD20
B29
AD21
A60
REQ64#
B60
ACK64#
A30
GND
B30
AD19
A61
VCC
B61
VCC
A31
AD18
B31
3.3 V
A62
VCC
B62
VCC
4.5.11 AGP Connector
Table 17 shows the signals assigned to the AGP connector (AGP1).
Table 17. AGP Connector Pinouts (Sheet 1 of 2)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
12 V
OVRCNT#
34
3.3 Vddq
3.3 Vddq
2
TYPEDET#
5.0V
35
AD22
AD21
3
Reserved
5.0V
36
AD20
AD19
4
USB-
USB+
37
GND
GND
5
GND
GND
38
AD18
AD17
6
INTA#
INTB#
39
AD16
C/BE2#
7
RST#
CLK
40
3.3 Vddq
3.3 Vddq
8
GNT#
REQ#
41
FRAME#
IRDY#
9
3.3 VCC
3.3 VCC
42
Reserved
3.3 Vaux
10
ST1
ST0
43
GND
GND
11
Reserved
ST2
44
Reserved
Reserved
12
PIPE#
RBF#
45
3.3 VCC
3.3 VCC
13
GND
GND
46
TRDY#
DEVSEL#
14
Reserved
Reserved
47
STOP#
3.3 Vddq
15
SBA1
SBA0
48
PME#
PERR#
16
3.3 VCC
3.3 VCC
49
GND
GND
17
SBA3
SBA2
50
PAR
SERR#
18
Reserved
SB_STB
51
AD15
C/BE1#
19
GND
GND
52
3.3 Vddq
3.3 Vddq
20
SBA5
SBA4
53
AD13
AD14
21
SBA7
SBA6
54
AD11
AD12
22
KEY
KEY
55
GND
GND
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Table 17. AGP Connector Pinouts (Sheet 2 of 2)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
23
KEY
KEY
56
AD9
AD10
24
KEY
KEY
57
C/BE0#
AD8
25
KEY
KEY
58
3.3 Vddq
3.3 Vddq
26
AD30
AD31
59
Reserved
AD_STB0
27
AD28
AD29
60
AD6
AD7
28
3.3 VCC
3.3 VCC
61
GND
GND
29
AD26
AD27
62
AD4
AD5
30
AD24
AD25
63
AD2
AD3
31
GND
GND
64
3.3 Vddq
3.3 Vddq
32
Reserved
AD_STB1
65
AD0
AD1
33
C/BE3#
AD23
66
Reserved
Reserved
NOTES:
1. Reserved pins are only for future use by the AGP interface specification.
2. IDSEL# is not a pin on the AGP connector. AGP graphics components should connect the AD16 signal to
the 3.3 V IDSEL# function internal to the component.
3. All 3.3 V cards leave the TYPEDET signal open. All 1.5 V cards tie this signal hard to ground.
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4.3.14
CNR Connector
Table 18 and Table 19 shows the signals assigned to the Type A and Type B CNR connectors
(CNRSLOT1).
Table 18. Pin Assignment for the Type A CNR Connector, using the 8-pin LAN Interface
Pin
Signal Name
Signal Name
Pin
B1
RESERVED
RESERVED
A1
B2
RESERVED
RESERVED
A2
B3
RESERVED
GND
A3
B4
GND
RESERVED
A4
B5
RESERVED
RESERVED
A5
B6
RESERVED
GND
A6
B7
GND
LAN_TXD2
A7
B8
LAN_TXD1
LAN_TXD0
A8
B9
LAN_RSTSYNC
GND
A9
B10
GND
LAN_CLK
A10
B11
LAN_RXD2
LAN_RXD1
A11
B12
LAN_RXD0
RESERVED
A12
B13
GND
USB+
A13
B14
RESERVED
GND
A14
B15
+5 Vdual
USB-
A15
B16
USB_OC#
+12 V
A16
B17
GND
GND
A17
B18
-12 V
+3.3 Vdual
A18
B19
+3.3VD
+5VD
A19
KEY
B20
GND
GND
A20
B21
EE_DOUT
EE_DIN
A21
B22
EE_SHCLK
EE_CS
A22
B23
GND
SMB_A1
A23
B24
SMB_A0
SMB_A2
A24
B25
SMB_SCL
SMB_SDA
A25
B26
CDC_DN_ENAB#
AC97_RESET#
A26
B27
GND
RESERVED
A27
B28
AC97_SYNC
AC97_SDATA_IN1
A28
B29
AC97_SDATA_OUT
AC97_SDATA_IN0
A29
B30
AC97_BITCLK
GND
A30
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Table 19. Pin Assignment for the Type B CNR Connector, using the 17-pin LAN Interface
Pin
Signal Name
Signal Name
Pin
B1
MII_MDIO
MII_MDC
A1
B2
MII_COL
MII_CRS
A2
B3
MII_TXC
GND
A3
B4
GND
MII_RXDV
A4
B5
MII_RXERR
MII_RXC
A5
B6
MII_TXD3
GND
A6
B7
GND
MII_TXD2
A7
B8
MII_TXD1
MII_TXD0
A8
B9
MII_TXEN
GND
A9
B10
GND
RESERVED
A10
B11
MII_RXD2
MII_RXD1
A11
B12
MII_RXD0
MII_RXD3
A12
B13
GND
USB+
A13
B14
RESERVED
GND
A14
B15
+5Vdual
USB-
A15
B16
USB_OC#
+12 V
A16
B17
GND
GND
A17
B18
-12V
+3.3Vdual
A18
B19
+3.3 V
+5VD
A19
KEY
44
B20
GND
GND
A20
B21
EE_DOUT
EE_DIN
A21
B22
EE_SHCLK
EE_CS
A22
B23
GND
SMB_A1
A23
B24
SMB_A0
SMB_A2
A24
B25
SMB_SCL
SMB_SDA
A25
B26
CDC_DN_ENAB#
AC97_RESET#
A26
B27
GND
RESERVED
A27
B28
AC97_SYNC
AC97_SDATA_IN1
A28
B29
AC97_SDATA_OUT
AC97_SDATA_IN0
A29
B30
AC97_BITCLK
GND
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4.4
Jumpers
4.4.1
PN1 and PN2 Headers
These headers provide the signals to the LED, power/reset button and speaker that are usually
connected to the chassis when the system is mounted in a chassis.
4.4.1.1
Power LED (PN1: Pins 1—3)
An LED designed for the front panel of a chassis can be connected to these pins to show the poweron status.
4.4.1.2
Keylock (PN1: Pins 4 and 5)
On these pins you can connect a physical lock designed for a chassis, which allows you to lock
your chassis with a key, so that the system cannot be turned on.
4.4.1.3
HDD-LED (PN1: Pins 7 and 8)
An LED can be attached to these pins. It shows hard disk drive activity.
4.4.1.4
Power (PN1: Pins 10 and 11)
Power is implemented on the evaluation board by pins 10 and 11 located on PN1. To power-on the
evaluation board, short pins 10 and 11 until the board powers on and then release the short. To turn
off the board, hold the jumper on pins 10 and 11 for four seconds.
4.4.1.5
SMI (PN1: Pins 13 and 14)
This is the hardware suspend header. Because power management is not supported on this system,
these pins should remain open (unconnected).
4.4.1.6
Reset (PN2: Pins 1 and 2)
Reset is implemented on the evaluation board by pins 1 and 2 located on PN2. To reset the
evaluation board, short pins 1 and 2 until the board resets and then release the short.
4.4.1.7
Speaker (PN2: Pins 4—7)
This is the header for connecting an internal PC speaker.
4.4.1.8
SP_LED (PN2: Pins 9 and 10)
An LED may be connected here to show the suspend state status. Because power management is
not supported on this system, these pins should remain open (unconnected).
4.4.1.9
Reserve (PN2: Pins 12—14)
These pins are reserved. Do not use.
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Figure 5. PN1, PN2 Diagram
4.4.2
CMOS (JP1)
JP1 controls the power to the battery backed-up CMOS memory. This CMOS memory stores
system information required by the BIOS during startup. For normal operation, jumper pins 1 and
2. To clear the CMOS RAM, perform the following steps:
1. Shut down the system.
2. Disconnect the power supply (ATXPR1).
3. Remove jumper from pins 1 and 2. Short pins 2 and 3 (clear CMOS).
4. Wait 10 seconds.
5. Replace the jumper on pins 1 and 2 (normal operation).
6. Reconnect the power supply (ATXPR1).
7. Boot the system and enter the BIOS setup screen to reconfigure the system.
4.4.3
Short Pins 1 and 2
Normal Operation (default)
Short Pins 2 and 3
Clear saved CMOS data
JP3 Header
A header that allows you to connect an additional thermistor to detect the temperature at a location
on the board you select.
4.4.4
CNR USB Settings (JP4 and USB2)
When using CNR’s USB, these are the settings for JP4 and USB2.
• Place the jumpers across JP4 pin 3 with USB2 pin 5
• Place the jumpers across JP4 pin 4 shorted with USB2 pin 7
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JP5
1
2
3
4
5
2
4
6
8
10
1
3
5
7
9
1
2
3
4
5
USB2
JP4
4.4.5
AGP USB Settings (JP5 and USB2)
When using AGP’s USB, these are the settings for JP5 and USB2.
• Place the jumpers across JP5 pin 3 with USB2 pin 6
• Place the jumpers across JP5 pin 4 with USB2 pin 8
JP5
1
2
3
4
5
2
4
6
8
10
1
3
5
7
9
1
2
3
4
5
USB2
JP4
4.5
Processor DIP Switch Settings (SW1)
Processor settings, including PSB frequency selection, are implemented on the board by a DIP
Switch (SW1).
Table 20. Processor DIP Switch Settings (Sheet 1 of 2)
Switch
On/Off
Description
1:ON 2:ON
Use CPU Default Frequency Setting
1:OFF 2:ON
Reserved
1:OFF 2:OFF
Use SW1: 3-4 Frequency Setting
1:ON 2:OFF
Reserved
3:ON 4:ON
66 MHz
3:OFF 4:ON
100MHz
3:OFF 4:OFF
133 MHz
3:ON 4:OFF
No Define
ON
Use CPU Frequency Strap in ICH2 Register
OFF
Force CPU Frequency Strap to Safe Mod (1111)
ON
No Reboot on 2nd Watchdog Timeout
OFF
Reboot on 2nd Watchdog Timeout
Default
Default
1-2
3-4
Default
5
Default
6
Default
NOTE: If you want to use SW1: 3-4 to set CPU frequency, SW1: 1-2 must be set at off.
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Table 20. Processor DIP Switch Settings (Sheet 2 of 2)
Switch
On/Off
Description
Default
ON
Use Onboard Codec
OFF
Disable Onboard Codec
Default
--
Reserved
Default Off
7
8
NOTE: If you want to use SW1: 3-4 to set CPU frequency, SW1: 1-2 must be set at off.
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5
The evaluation board is licensed with a single copy of Embedded BIOS and Embedded DOS
software from General Software, Inc.1 This software is provided for demonstration purposes only
and must be licensed directly from General Software, Inc. for integration with new designs.
General Software may be reached at (800) 850-5755, on the Web at http://www.gensw.com, or via
e-mail at sales@gensw.com.
BIOS updates may periodically be posted to the Intel Developers’ Web site at http://
developer.intel.com/.
5.1
Overview
The system’s pre-boot environment is managed with an adaptation of Embedded BIOS from
General Software. The pre-boot environment includes POST, Setup Screen System, Manufacturing
Mode, Console Redirection, Windows CE Loader (CE Ready), and Integrated BIOS Debugger. A
REFLASH tool is also available to update the BIOS image with new builds of Embedded BIOS
that may be obtained from General Software.
Before using the system, please read the following to properly configure CMOS settings, and learn
how to use the embedded features of the pre-boot firmware, Embedded BIOS.
The last two sections of this chapter provide the BIOS POST Codes and Beep codes.
5.2
Power-On Self-Test (POST)
When the system is powered on, Embedded BIOS tests and initializes the hardware and programs
the chipset and other peripheral components. During this time, POST progress codes are written by
the system BIOS to I/O port 80H, allowing the user to monitor the progress with a special monitor.
“Embedded BIOS POST Codes” on page 61 lists the POST codes and their meanings.
During early POST, no video is available to display error messages if a critical error is
encountered; therefore, POST uses beeps on the speaker to indicate the failure of a critical system
component during this time. Consult “Embedded BIOS Beep Codes” on page 64 for a list of beep
codes used by the system’s BIOS.
5.3
The BIOS User Interface
The system BIOS can use the standard keyboard and video device, or use console redirection to
demonstrate headless operation. For headless operation, remove the standard keyboard and screen
devices and the system will boot unattended. If an RS232 cable is attached to COM1, a PC/ATstyle character-based POST is available from HyperTerminal, PROCOMM, or any other terminal
emulator software that supports VT100 emulation.
1.
General Software™, the GS Logo, Embedded BIOS™, BIOStart™, CE-Ready™, and Embedded DOS™ are trademarks or registered
trademarks of General Software, Inc.
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When a keyboard and video device are attached, the system can display either a traditional
character-based PC BIOS display with memory count-up, or it can display a graphical POST with
splash screen and progress icons. Both POST screens accept a <DEL> key-press to enter the setup
screen, and both display boot-time progress activity. The graphical display shows the status of file
system devices and even OEM-defined devices (when the OEM adapts the BIOS to a particular
OEM platform), but omits character-based PCI resource display. The text-based POST displays the
memory count-up and the PCI resource assignment table.
Figure 6 shows the format of the text-based POST display. The display is very similar if console
redirection through a COM port is used instead.
Figure 6. BIOS POST Pre-Boot Environment
Figure 7 shows the graphical version of POST. The BIOS decompresses the main image and can
display multiple overlaid graphics at various points in POST. The OEM can define the entire
sequence and control the timing of the system for an embedded application, and can arrange to
have different graphics displayed on each successive boot of the system. This feature is ideal for
embedded systems that must show evidence of operation during startup, while the application loads
underneath the splash screen. Once the application begins writing to the screen, the splash screen
relinquishes control, providing a seamless graphical progression for the end user.
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Figure 7. Graphical POST
When the system is powered on for the first time, you’ll need to configure the system through the
Setup Screen System (described later) before peripherals, such as disk drives, are recognized by the
BIOS. The information is written to battery-backed CMOS RAM on the board’s real time clock.
Should the board’s battery fail, this information will be lost and the board will need to be
reconfigured.
The Basic Setup Screen provides an option to disable the graphical POST and switch to the legacy
text-based version. This feature may not permanently disable the graphical POST if the BIOS
adaptation calls for reverting to the graphical form after so many boots. If you find that the
graphical POST comes back after several boots, it is because this option is enabled for this
platform. The OEM can use the Embedded BIOS Adaptation Kit to control whether setup can be
used to dictate the policy, and whether it is permanent or temporary.
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5.4
Setup Screen System
The system is configured from within the Setup Screen System, which is a series of menus that can
be invoked from POST by pressing the <DEL> key if the main keyboard is being used, or by
pressing Ctrl+C if the console is being redirected to a terminal program.
Figure 8. Embedded BIOS Setup Screen Menu
Once in the Setup Screen System (Figure 8), the user can navigate with the UP and DOWN arrow
keys from the main console, or use the Ctrl+E and Ctrl+X keys from the remote terminal program
to accomplish the same thing. TAB and ENTER are used to advance to the next field, and ‘+’ and ‘’ keys cycle through values, such as those in the Basic Setup Screen, or the Diagnostics Setup
Screen.
5.4.1
Basic CMOS Configuration Screen
The system’s drive types, boot activities, and POST optimizations are configured from the Basic
Setup Screen (Figure 9). In order to use disk drives with your system, you must select appropriate
assignments of drive types in the left-hand column. Then, if you are using true floppy and IDE
drives (not memory disks that emulate these drives), you need to configure the drive types
themselves in the Floppy Drive Types and IDE Drive Geometry sections. Finally, you’ll need to
configure the boot sequence in the middle of the screen. Once these selections have been made,
your system is ready to use.
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Figure 9. Embedded BIOS Basic Setup Screen
5.4.2
Configuring Drive Assignments
Embedded BIOS allows the user to map a different file system to each drive letter. The BIOS
allows file systems for each floppy (Floppy0 and Floppy1), each IDE drive (Ide0, Ide1, Ide2, and
Ide3), and memory disks when configured (Flash0, ROM0, RAM0, etc.). Figure 9 shows how the
first floppy drive (Floppy0) is assigned to drive A: in the system, and then how the first IDE drive
(Ide0) is assigned to drive C: in the system.
To switch two floppy or two hard disks around, map Floppy0 to B: and Floppy1 to A:, and for hard
disks map Ide0 to D: and Ide1 to C:.
Caution:
Take care to not skip drive A: when making floppy disk assignments, as well as drive C: when
making hard disk assignments. The first floppy should be A:, and the first hard drive should be C:.
Also, do not assign the same file system to more than one drive letter. Thus, Floppy0 should not be
used for both A: and B:. The BIOS permits this to allow embedded devices to alias drives, but
desktop operating systems may not be able to maintain cache coherency with such a mapping in
place.
A special field in this section entitled “Boot Method: (Windows CE/Boot Sector)” is used to
configure the CE Ready feature of the BIOS. For normal booting (DOS, Windows NT, etc.), select
“Boot Sector” or “Unused”.
5.4.2.1
Configuring Floppy Drive Types
If true floppy drive file systems (and not their emulators, such as ROM, RAM, or flash disks) are
mapped to drive letters, then the floppy drives themselves must be configured in this section.
Floppy0 refers to the first floppy disk drive on the drive ribbon cable (normally drive A:), and
Floppy1 refers to the second drive (drive B:).
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5.4.3
Configuring IDE Drive Types
If true IDE disk file systems (and not their emulators, such as ROM, RAM, or flash disks) are
mapped to drive letters, then the IDE drives themselves must be configured in this section. The
following table shows the drive assignments for Ide0-Ide3:
Table 21. IDE0-IDE3 Drive Assignments
File System Name
Controller
Master/Slave
Ide0
Primary (1f0h)
Master
Ide1
Primary (1f0h)
Slave
Ide2
Secondary (170h)
Master
Ide3
Secondary (170h)
Slave
To use the primary master IDE drive in your system (the typical case), configure Ide0 in this
section, and map Ide0 to drive C: in the Configuring Drive Assignments section.
The IDE Drive Types section lets you select the type for each of the four IDE drives: None, User,
Physical, LBA, or CHS.
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User
This type allows the user to select the maximum cylinders, heads, and sectors
per track associated with the IDE drive. This method is now rarely used since
LBA is in common use.
Physical
This type instructs the BIOS to query the drive’s geometry from the controller
on each POST. No translation on the drive’s geometry is performed, so this type
is limited to drives of 512 Mbytes or less. Commonly, this is used with
embedded ATA PC Cards.
LBA
This type instructs the BIOS to query the drive’s geometry from the controller
on each POST, but then translate the geometry according to the industrystandard LBA convention. This supports up to 16-Gbyte drives. Use this method
for all new drives.
CHS
This type instructs the BIOS to query the drive’s geometry from the controller
on each POST, but then translates the geometry according to the Phoenix CHS
convention. Using this type on a drive previously formatted with LBA or
physical geometry might show data as being missing or corrupted.
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5.5
Configuring Boot Actions
Embedded BIOS supports up to six different user-defined steps in the boot sequence. When the
entire system has been initialized, POST executes these steps in order until an operating system
successfully loads. In addition, other pre-boot features can be run before, after, or between
operating system load attempts. The following actions can be used:
5.6
Drive A: - K:
Boot operating system from specified drive. If “Loader” is set to “BootRecord”
or “Unused”, then the standard boot record will be invoked, causing DOS,
Windows 95/98, Windows NT, or other industry-standard operating systems to
load. If “Boot Method” is set to “Windows CE”, then the boot drive’s boot
record will not be used, and instead the BIOS will attempt to load and execute
the Windows CE Kernel file, NK.BIN, from the root directory of each boot
device.
Debugger
Launch the Integrated BIOS Debugger. To return to the boot process from the
debugger environment, type “G” at the debugger prompt and press ENTER.
MFGMODE
Initiate Manufacturing Mode, allowing the system to be configured remotely
via an RS232 connect to a host computer.
WindowsCE
Execute a ROM-resident copy of Windows CE, if available. This feature is not
applicable unless properly configured by the OEM in the BIOS adaptation.
DOS in ROM
Execute a ROM-resident copy of DOS, if available. This feature is not
applicable unless an XIP copy of DOS, such as Embedded DOS-ROM, has been
stored in the BIOS boot ROM. Copies of Embedded DOS-ROM may be
obtained from General Software.
None
No action; POST proceeds to the next activity in the sequence.
Custom Configuration Setup Screen
The system’s hardware-specific features are configured with the Custom Setup Screen (Figure 10).
All features are straightforward except for the Redirect Debugger I/O option, which is an extra
embedded feature that allows the user to select whether the Integrated BIOS Debugger should use
standard keyboard and video or RS232 console redirection for interaction with the user. If no video
is available, the debugger is always redirected.
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Figure 10. Embedded BIOS Custom Setup Screen
5.7
Shadow Configuration Setup Screen
The system’s Shadow Configuration Setup Screen (Figure 11) allows the selective enabling and
disabling of shadowing in 16 Kbyte sections, except for the top 64 Kbytes of the BIOS ROM,
which is shadowed as a unit. Normally, shadowing should be enabled at C000/C400 (to enhance
VGA ROM BIOS performance), and then E000-F000 should be shadowed to maximize system
ROM BIOS performance.
Figure 11. Embedded BIOS Shadow Setup Screen
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5.8
Standard Diagnostics Routines Setup Screen
Embedded systems may require automated burn-in testing in the development cycle. This facility is
provided directly in the system BIOS through the Standard Diagnostics Routines Setup Screen
(Figure 12). To use the system, selectively enable or disable features to be tested, and then enable
the “Tests Begin on ESC?” option to cause the system test suite to be invoked. To repeat the system
test battery continuously, you should also enable the “Continuous Testing” option. When
continuous testing is started, the system will continue until an error is encountered.
Caution:
The disk I/O diagnostics perform write operations on those drives; therefore, only spare drives
should be used that do not contain data that could be harmed by the test.
Caution:
The keyboard test may fail when the hardware is operating within reasonable limits. This is
because although the device may produce occasional errors, the BIOS retries operations when
failures occur during normal operation of the system.
Figure 12. Standard Diagnostic Routines Setup Screen
5.9
Start System BIOS Debugger Setup Screen
The Embedded BIOS Integrated Debugger may be invoked from the Setup Screen main menu, as
well as a boot activity. Once invoked, the debugger will display the debugger prompt:
EB43DBG:
and await debugger commands. To return back to the Setup Screen main menu, type the following
command, which instructs the debugger to “go”:
EB43DBG: G <ENTER>
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5.10
Start RS232 Manufacturing Link Setup Screen
The Embedded BIOS Manufacturing Mode may be invoked from the Setup Screen main menu, as
well as a boot activity. Once invoked, Manufacturing Mode takes over the system and freezes the
console of the system (Figure 13). The host can resume operation of the system and give control
back to the system Setup Screen system with special control software.
Figure 13. Start RS232 Manufacturing Link Setup Screen
5.11
Manufacturing Mode
The system’s BIOS provides a special mode, called Manufacturing Mode, that allows the target to
be controlled by a host computer such as a laptop or desktop PC. Running special software
supplied by General Software, the host can access the target’s drives and manage the file systems
on the target, reprogram flash memories, and test target hardware.
A full discussion of the uses of Manufacturing Mode is beyond the scope of this chapter. Complete
documentation and host-side software is available directly from General Software. For more
information, visit the General Software Web site at http://www.gensw.com.
5.11.1
Console Redirection
The system can operate either with a standard PC/AT or PS/2 keyboard and VGA video monitor, or
with a special emulation of a console over an RS232 cable connected to a host computer running a
terminal program. To see an example session with HYPERTERMINAL, see the debugger section’s
screen display (Figure 15).
To use the Console Redirection feature, remove the video display card from the system so that no
video ROM is available for the BIOS to detect. In the absence of any video support, the BIOS
automatically switches its keyboard and screen functions to serial I/O over COM1 on the board.
The hardware connection to the host computer requires a null modem cable.
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The software on the target can be any terminal emulation program that supports ANSI terminal
mode, using 9600 baud, no parity, and one stop bit (Note: This can be modified by the OEM during
BIOS adaptation.) The program must be set to not use flow control, or the console may seem to
stall or not accept input.
Caution:
5.11.2
HYPERTERMINAL’s default setting is to use flow control, which will render the console
inoperative. To change this, create a new session, change the flow control setting to “none”, save
the session, and exit HYPERTERMINAL. Then reinvoke HYPERTERMINAL with the session
and it will operate with the new flow control setting.
CE-Ready Windows CE Loader
Your system’s BIOS is CE-ready and can directly boot Windows CE without loading an
intermediate operating system such as DOS and LOADCEPC. Instead, the NK.BIN file can be
placed on a disk drive or drive emulator, and then the BIOS can be configured through the Basic
CMOS Configuration Setup Screen to boot the NK.BIN file from the boot drives instead of the
boot records on those drives.
To configure your system to boot Windows CE natively from a disk drive, set the “Boot Method”
field to “Windows CE” in the Basic CMOS Configuration Setup Screen. Then, place a copy of
NK.BIN suitable for execution by LOADCEPC in the root directory of your normal boot drive,
such as drive C:. Then, reboot the system. The configuration box should be displayed (Figure 14),
and immediately following should be the message “Loading Windows CE…” followed by a series
of dots, indicating that the loading process is continuing. Once fully loaded, Windows CE takes
over the system and runs using the standard PC keyboard, screen, and PS/2 mouse.
Figure 14. CE-Ready Boot Feature
5.11.3
Integrated BIOS Debugger
The system’s BIOS contains a built-in debugger that can be a valuable tool to aid the board bringup process on new designs similar to the evaluation board. It supports a DOS SYMDEB-style
command line interface, and can be used on the main console’s keyboard and screen, or over a
redirected connection to a terminal program (see “Console Redirection” on page 58).
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To activate the debugger at any time from the main console, press the left shift and the control keys
together. A display similar to the one in the HYPERTERMINAL session below (Figure 15) will
appear, containing the title, “Embedded BIOS Debugger Breakpoint Trap” and a snapshot of the
processor general registers.
Figure 15. Integrated BIOS Debugger Running Over a Remote Terminal
To leave the debugger and resume the interrupted activity (whether POST, BIOS, DOS, Windows,
or an application program), enter the “G” command (short for “go”) and press ENTER. If you were
at a DOS prompt when you entered the debugger, then DOS will still be waiting for its command,
and will not prompt again until you press ENTER again.
The debugger can also be entered from the Setup Screen System, and as a boot activity (see “Basic
CMOS Configuration Screen” on page 52), as a last ditch effort during board bring-up and
development if no bootable device is available.
If your version of DOS, an application, or any OEM-supplied BIOS extensions have debugging
code (i.e., “INT 3” instructions) remaining, then these will invoke the debugger automatically,
although this is not an error. To continue, use the “G” command. When Embedded BIOS is adapted
by the OEM, the debugger can be removed from the final production BIOS, and superfluous
debugging code in the application will not cause the debugger to be invoked.
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A complete discussion of the debugger is beyond the scope of this chapter; however, complete
documentation is available from General Software via the Web at http://www.gensw.com.
5.12
Embedded BIOS POST Codes
Embedded BIOS writes progress codes, also known as POST codes, to I/O port 80H during POST,
in order to provide information to OEM developers about system faults. These POST codes may be
monitored on the on-board Post Code Debugger located at U12 and U13. They are not displayed on
the screen. For more information about POST codes, contact General Software.
Mnemonic Code
POST_STATUS_START00h
POST_STATUS_CPUTEST
POST_STATUS_DELAY
POST_STATUS_DELAYDONE
POST_STATUS_KBDBATRDY
POST_STATUS_DISABSHADOW
POST_STATUS_CALCCKSUM
POST_STATUS_CKSUMGOOD
POST_STATUS_BATVRFY
POST_STATUS_KBDCMD
POST_STATUS_KBDDATA
POST_STATUS_BLKUNBLK
POST_STATUS_KBDNOP
POST_STATUS_SHUTTEST
POST_STATUS_CMOSDIAG
POST_STATUS_CMOSINIT
POST_STATUS_CMOSSTATUS
POST_STATUS_DISABDMAINT
POST_STATUS_DISABPORTB
POST_STATUS_BOARD
POST_STATUS_TESTTIMER
POST_STATUS_TESTTIMER2
POST_STATUS_TESTTIMER1
POST_STATUS_TESTTIMER0
POST_STATUS_MEMREFRESH
POST_STATUS_TESTREFRESH
POST_STATUS_TEST15US1
POST_STATUS_TEST64KB1
POST_STATUS_TESTDATA1
POST_STATUS_TESTADDR2
POST_STATUS_TESTPARITY
POST_STATUS_TESTMEMRDWR
POST_STATUS_SYSINIT
POST_STATUS_INITVECTORS
POST_STATUS_8042TURBO
POST_STATUS_POSTTURBO
POST_STATUS_POSTVECTORS
POST_STATUS_MONOMODE
POST_STATUS_COLORMODE
POST_STATUS_TOGGLEPARITY
POST_STATUS_INITBEFOREVIDEO2
Code
Start
01h
02h
03h
04h
05h
06h
07h
08h
09h
0ah
0bh
0ch
0dh
0eh
0fh
10h
11h
12h
13h
14h
15h
16h
17h
18h
19h
ah
bh
ch
0h
21h
22h
23h
24h
25h
26h
27h
28h
29h
2ah
bh
System Progress Report
POST (BIOS is executing).
Start CPU register test.
Start power-on delay.
Power-on delay finished.
Keyboard BAT finished.
Disable shadowing & cache.
Compute ROM CRC, wait for KBC.
CRC okay, KBC ready.
Verifying BAT command to KB.
Start KBC command.
Start KBC data.
Start pin 23,24 blocking & unblocking.
Start KBC NOP command.
Test CMOS RAM shutdown register.
Check CMOS checksum.
Initialize CMOS contents.
Initialize CMOS status for date/time.
Disable DMA, PICs.
Disable Port B, video display.
Initialize board, start memory bank detection.
Start timer tests.
Test 8254 T2, for speaker, port B.
Test 8254 T1, for refresh.
Test 8254 T0, for 18.2Hz.
Start memory refresh.
Test memory refresh.
Test 15usec refresh ON/OFF time.
Test base 64 KB memory.
Test data lines.
Test address lines.
Test parity (toggling).
Test Base 64KB memory.
Prepare system for IVT initialization.
Initialize vector table.
Read 8042 for turbo switch setting.
Initialize turbo data.
Modification of IVT.
Video in monochrome mode verified.
Video in color mode verified.
Toggle parity before video ROM test.
Initialize before video ROM check.
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POST_STATUS_VIDEOROM
POST_STATUS_POSTVIDEO
POST_STATUS_CHECKEGAVGA
POST_STATUS_TESTVIDEOMEMORY
POST_STATUS_RETRACE
POST_STATUS_ALTDISPLAY
POST_STATUS_ALTRETRACE
POST_STATUS_VRFYSWADAPTER
POST_STATUS_SETDISPMODE
POST_STATUS_CHECKSEG40A
POST_STATUS_SETCURSOR
POST_STATUS_PWRONDISPLAY
POST_STATUS_SAVECURSOR
POST_STATUS_BIOSIDENT
POST_STATUS_HITDEL
POST_STATUS_VIRTUAL
POST_STATUS_DESCR
POST_STATUS_ENTERVM
POST_STATUS_ENABINT
POST_STATUS_CHECKWRAP1
POST_STATUS_CHECKWRAP2
POST_STATUS_HIGHPATTERNS
POST_STATUS_LOWPATTERNS
POST_STATUS_FINDLOWMEM
POST_STATUS_FINDHIMEM
POST_STATUS_CHECKSEG40B
POST_STATUS_CHECKDEL
POST_STATUS_CLREXTMEM
POST_STATUS_SAVEMEMSIZE
POST_STATUS_COLD64TEST
POST_STATUS_COLDLOWTEST
POST_STATUS_ADJUSTLOW
POST_STATUS_COLDHITEST
POST_STATUS_REALMODETEST
POST_STATUS_ENTERREAL
POST_STATUS_SHUTDOWN
POST_STATUS_DISABA20
POST_STATUS_CHECKSEG40C
POST_STATUS_CHECKSEG40D
POST_STATUS_CLRHITDEL
POST_STATUS_TESTDMAPAGE
POST_STATUS_VRFYDISPMEM
POST_STATUS_TESTDMA0BASE
POST_STATUS_TESTDMA1BASE
POST_STATUS_CHECKSEG40E
POST_STATUS_CHECKSEG40F
POST_STATUS_PROGDMA
POST_STATUS_INITINTCTRL
POST_STATUS_STARTKBDTEST
POST_STATUS_KBDRESET
POST_STATUS_CHECKSTUCKKEYS
POST_STATUS_INITCIRCBUFFER
POST_STATUS_CHECKLOCKEDKEYS
POST_STATUS_MEMSIZEMISMATCH
POST_STATUS_PASSWORD
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2ch
2dh
2eh
2fh
30h
31h
32h
33h
34h
35h
36h
37h
38h
39h
3ah
40h
41h
42h
43h
44h
45h
46h
47h
48h
49h
4ah
4bh
4ch
4dh
4eh
4fh
50h
51h
52h
53h
54h
55h
56h
57h
58h
59h
60h
61h
62h
63h
64h
65h
66h
67h
80h
81h
82h
83h
84h
85h
Passing control to video ROM.
Control returned from video ROM.
Check for EGA/VGA adapter.
No EGA/VGA found, test video memory.
Scan for video retrace signal.
Primary retrace failed.
Alternate found.
Verify video switches.
Establish display mode.
Initialize ROM BIOS data area.
Set cursor for power-on msg.
Display power-on message.
Save cursor position.
Display BIOS identification string.
Display "Hit <DEL> to ..." message.
Prepare protected mode test.
Prepare descriptor tables.
Enter virtual mode for memory test.
Enable interrupts for diagnostics mode.
Initialize data for memory wrap test.
Test for wrap, find total memory size.
Write extended memory test patterns.
Write conventional memory test patterns.
Find low memory size from patterns.
Find high memory size from patterns.
Verify ROM BIOS data area again.
Check for <DEL> pressed.
Clear extended memory for soft reset.
Save memory size.
Cold boot: Display 1st 64KB memtest.
Cold boot: Test all of low memory.
Adjust memory size for EBDA usage.
Cold boot: Test high memory.
Prepare for shutdown to real mode.
Return to real mode.
Shutdown successful.
Disable A20 line.
Check ROM BIOS data area again.
Check ROM BIOS data area again.
Clear "Hit <DEL>" message.
Test DMA page register file.
Verify from display memory.
Test DMA0 base register.
Test DMA1 base register.
Checking ROM BIOS data area again.
Checking ROM BIOS data area again.
Program DMA controllers.
Initialize PICs.
Start keyboard test.
Issue KB reset command.
Check for stuck keys.
Initialize circular buffer.
Check for locked keys.
Check for memory size mismatch.
Check for password or bypass setup.
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POST_STATUS_BEFORESETUP
POST_STATUS_CALLSETUP
POST_STATUS_POSTSETUP
POST_STATUS_DISPPWRON
POST_STATUS_DISPWAIT
POST_STATUS_ENABSHADOW
POST_STATUS_STDCMOSSETUP
POST_STATUS_MOUSE
POST_STATUS_FLOPPY
POST_STATUS_CONFIGFLOPPY
POST_STATUS_IDE
POST_STATUS_CONFIGIDE
POST_STATUS_CHECKSEG40G
POST_STATUS_CHECKSEG40H
POST_STATUS_SETMEMSIZE
POST_STATUS_SIZEADJUST
POST_STATUS_INITC8000
POST_STATUS_CALLC8000
POST_STATUS_POSTC8000
POST_STATUS_TIMERPRNBASE
POST_STATUS_SERIALBASE
POST_STATUS_INITBEFORENPX
POST_STATUS_INITNPX
POST_STATUS_POSTNPX
POST_STATUS_CHECKLOCKS
POST_STATUS_ISSUEKBDID
POST_STATUS_RESETID
POST_STATUS_TESTCACHE
POST_STATUS_DISPSOFTERR
POST_STATUS_TYPEMATIC
POST_STATUS_MEMWAIT
POST_STATUS_CLRSCR
POST_STATUS_ENABPTYNMI
POST_STATUS_INITE000
POST_STATUS_CALLE000
POST_STATUS_POSTE000
POST_STATUS_DISPCONFIG
POST_STATUS_INT19BOOT
POST_STATUS_LOWMEMEXH
POST_STATUS_EXTMEMEXH
POST_STATUS_PCIENUM
86h
87h
88h
89h
8ah
8bh
8ch
8dh
8eh
8fh
90h
91h
92h
93h
94h
95h
96h
97h
98h
99h
9ah
9bh
9ch
9dh
9eh
9fh
0a0h
0a1h
0a2h
0a3h
0a4h
0a5h
0a6h
0a7h
0a8h
0a9h
0b0h
00h
0b1h
0b2h
0b3h
Password accepted.
Entering setup system.
Setup system exited.
Display power-on screen message.
Display "Wait..." message.
Shadow system & video BIOS.
Load standard setup values from CMOS.
Test and initialize mouse.
Test floppy disks.
Configure floppy drives.
Test hard disks.
Configure IDE drives.
Checking ROM BIOS data area.
Checking ROM BIOS data area.
Set base & extended memory sizes.
Adjust low memory size for EBDA.
Initialize before calling C800h ROM.
Call ROM BIOS extension at C800h.
ROM C800h extension returned.
Configure timer/printer data.
Configure serial port base addresses.
Prepare to initialize coprocessor.
Initialize numeric coprocessor.
Numeric coprocessor initialized.
Check KB settings.
Issue keyboard ID command.
KB ID flag reset.
Test cache memory.
Display soft errors.
Set keyboard typematic rate.
Program memory wait states.
Clear screen.
Enable parity and NMIs.
Initialize before calling ROM at E000h.
Call ROM BIOS extension at E000h.
ROM extension returned.
Display system configuration box.
Call INT 19h bootstrap loader.
Test low memory exhaustively.
Test extended memory exhaustively.
Enumerate PCI busses.
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5.13
Embedded BIOS Beep Codes
Embedded BIOS tests much of the system hardware early in POST before messages can be
displayed on the screen. When system failures are encountered at these early stages, POST uses
beep codes (a sequence of tones on the speaker) to identify the source of the error.
The following is a comprehensive list of POST beep codes for the system BIOS. BIOS extensions,
such as VGA ROMs and SCSI adapter ROMs, may use their own beep codes, including short/long
sequences, or possibly beep codes that sound like the ones below. When diagnosing a system
failure, remove these adapters if possible before making a final determination of the actual POST
test that failed.
Mnemonic Code
Beep Count
POST_BEEP_REFRESH
1
POST_BEEP_PARITY
2
POST_BEEP_BASE64KB
3
POST_BEEP_TIMER
4
POST_BEEP_CPU
5
POST_BEEP_GATEA20
6
POST_BEEP_DMA
7
POST_BEEP_VIDEO
8
POST_BEEP_KEYBOARD
9
POST_BEEP_SHUTDOWN
10
POST_BEEP_CACHE
11
POST_BEEP_BOARD
12
POST_BEEP_LOWMEM
13
POST_BEEP_EXTMEM
14
POST_BEEP_CMOS
15
POST_BEEP_ADDRESS_LINE 16
POST_BEEP_DATA_LINE
17
POST_BEEP_INTERRUPT
18
POST_BEEP_PASSWORD
1
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Description of Problem
Memory refresh is not working.
Parity error found in 1st 64 KB of memory.
Memory test of 1st 64 KB failed.
T1 timer test failed.
CPU test failed.
Gate A20 test failed.
DMA page/base register test failed.
Video controller test failed.
Keyboard tes t failed.
CMOS shutdown register test failed.
External cache test failed.
General board initialization failed.
Exhaustive low memory test failed.
Exhaustive extended memory test failed.
CMOS restart byte test failed.
Address line test failed.
Data line test failed.
Interrupt controller test failed.
Incorrect password used to access SETUP.
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Table 22. Bill of Materials (Sheet 1 of 10)
Rev. 1.1
Reference
Designator
Manuf. Part
Number
Alternate
Manufacturing
Info
Description
Manufacturer
U7
CHIPSET
(GMCH)
INTEL
FW82815
U15
CODEC
YAMAHA
YMF752-S
U17
CHIPSET
WINBOND
W83627HF-AW
"C"
U12
CHIPSET
(ICH2)
INTEL
FW82801BA
U11
LINEAR IC
NS
LM4880MX
U19
TTL74LVC06A
TI
74LVC06A
FAIRCHILD
74LCX06
U18
TTL74LVC07A
TI
74LVC07A
FAIRCHILD
74LCX07
U20
TTL74LCX14
FAIRCHILD
74LCX14
MOTOROLA
74LVC14
U8
TTLPI5C3384Q
X
PERICOM
PI5C3384QX
IDT
74FST3384Q,
TI 74CBT3384A
U5
TTL-PACSZ1284-02
CMD
PAC-SZ1284-02
U28
TTL-PACVGA201
CMD
PAC-VGA201
U9,U10
TTL-75232
GOLDSTAR
75232
U6
CLOCK
GENERATO
R
ICS
ICS9250BF-28
U29
CLOCK
GENERATO
R
ICS
ICS9112BM-17
Q2,Q18
TRANSISTO
R
FAIRCHILD
MMBT2907A
MOTOROLA
MMBT2907A,
PHILIPS
PMBT2907A
Q1,Q13,Q16,Q17
TRANSISTO
R
2N7002
VISHAY
2N7002E,
FAIRCHILD
2N7002
PHILIPS
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WINBOND
W83627HF-AW
"D"
TI GD75232,
ALI M5232 PA1
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Rev. 1.1
Description
Manufacturer
Q14,Q15,Q19,Q20,Q21
,Q22
TRANSISTO
R
PHILIPS
PMBS3904
Q5
TRANSISTO
R
FAIRCHILD
NDS356AP
Q4
TRANSISTO
R
FAIRCHILD
NZT651
U2
REGULATO
R
RICHTEK
RT9641ACS
Q3,Q24
REGULATO
R
FAIRCHILD
RC1117ST
U4
REGULATO
R
RICHTEK
RT9230CS
Q10,Q12
MOSFET
FAIRCHILD
SSR3055LA
Q7,Q11
MOSFET
HARRIS
HUF76107D3S
Q6,Q9
MOSFET
PHILIPS
PHB55N03LT
Q8
MOSFET
FAIRCHILD
FDS8936A
FAIRCHILD
NDS8936
D1,D4,D5,D10,D13,D1
4,D15,D17
DIODE
VISHAY
LL4148-RF
VISHAY
LL4148,
PHILIPS
BAS32L
D2,D6,D7,D8,D12,D18
DIODE
WILLAS
SS12
MICROSEMI
SS12
D3
DIODE
MICROSEMI
SK32B
MOLEX
120 PIN (PCI)
’NYLON"
FOXCONN 120
PIN (PCI),
ATMEL 120 PIN
(PCI)
AGP 132PIN
UNIVERSAL
FOXCONN AGP
132PIN
UNIVERSAL,
TEKCON AGP
132PIN
UNIVERSAL
PCI1,PCI2,PCI3
AGP1
66
SLOT
SLOT
MOLEX
Manuf. Part
Number
Alternate
Manufacturing
Info
Reference
Designator
All
Changes
FAIRCHILD
MMBT3904,
MOTOROLA
MMBT3904
AMS AMS1117,
AMI
AME1117ACGT
PHILIPS
PHD3055E
Y3
X’TAL
H.ELE
14.318MHZ
(VERTICAL)
FUJICOM
14.318MHZ
(VERTICAL),
TQG
14.318MHZ
(VERTICAL)
Y1
X’TAL
H.ELE
24.576MHZ(VER
TICAL)
TQG
24.576MHZ(VE
RTICAL)
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Table 22. Bill of Materials (Sheet 3 of 10)
Rev. 1.1
Reference
Designator
Y2
Description
Manufacturer
X’TAL
KDS
Manuf. Part
Number
Alternate
Manufacturing
Info
32.768KHZ
EPSON
32.768KHZ,
CITIZEN
32.768KHZ
DIMM1,DIMM2,DIMM3
SOCKET
MOLEX
DIMM
UNBUFFERED
168PIN 3.3V
NYLON
FOXCONN
DIMM
UNBUFFERED
168PIN 3.3V,
TEKCON DIMM
UNBUFFERED
168PIN 3.3V
NYLON
U3
SOCKET
FOXCONN
370 PIN
ZIF(ANTIFLUX)NEW
AMP 370 PIN
ZIF
U23
SOCKET
FOXCONN
32 PIN
SP1
BUZZER
HYPAK
KC-1206
U7
HEAT SINK
AAVID
37.4*37.4*9.8mm
+LATCH GREEN
SW1
DIP SWITCH
8*2 PIN
JP1(1-2)
JUMPER
2PIN (BLACK)
BAT1
BATTERY
SOCKET
D16
LED
RED
S1,JP3
HEADER
2*1 PIN
JP1
HEADER
3*1 PIN
WOL1
HEADER
WAFER WOL
3*1PIN PITCH
2mm
AUX1,CD2
HEADER
WAFER
4*1PIN(CD-IN)
JP4
HEADER
5*1 PIN(CUT
PIN1)
IR1,SMB1,SMB2,JP5
HEADER
5*1 PIN
USB2
HEADER
5*2 PIN CUT PIN
1,2
COM2
HEADER
5*2 PIN
PN1
HEADER
14x1 PIN w/ No.
6,9,12 MISSING
PN2
HEADER
14x1 PIN w/ No.
3,8,11 MISSING
FDC1
HEADER
WAFER 17*2 PIN
VL1
HEADER
20*2PIN(F)
All
Changes
LOTES
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Bill of Materials
Table 22. Bill of Materials (Sheet 4 of 10)
Rev. 1.1
Reference
Designator
68
Description
Manufacturer
Manuf. Part
Number
Alternate
Manufacturing
Info
All
Changes
WAFER 20*2PIN
CUT PIN20(?)
IDE1,IDE2
HEADER
FAN1,FAN2,FAN3
HEADER
MOLEX
WAFER W/LOCK
3P
ATXPR1
CON.
WIESON
MINI FIT
CON.20PIN
TEKCON MINI
FIT
CON.20PIN(NE
W)
USB1
CON.
FOXCONN
USB CON. 2*4
PIN DUAL PORT
MOLEX USB
CON. 2*4 PIN
DUAL
PORT(NEW),
WIESON USB
CON. 2*4 PIN
DUAL PORT
U1
KEYBOARD
& MOUSE
WIESON
MINI-DIN 6Px2
DUAL PORTPC99
FOXCONN
MINI-DIN 6Px2
DUAL PORTPC99
CD1
CON.
CNRSLOT1
SLOT
FOXCONN
60 PIN (CNR)
JK1+JK2+JK3+J1
D-TYPE
FOXCONN
D-SUB 90°
15P(F)7+8/
PHONE*3-PC99
VGA1
D-TYPE
FOXCONN
D-SUB 15PIN (F)
3*5(S)-PC99
TEKCON DSUB 15PIN (F)
3*5(S)-PC99
LPT1
D-TYPE
WIESON
D-SUB 90° 25PIN
(F) RISE HIGH PC99
TEKCON DSUB 90° 25PIN
(F) RISE HIGH
-PC99
WAFER 2.0m/m
4P
MOLEX 60 PIN
(CNR), AMP 60
PIN (CNR)
COM1
D-TYPE
FOXCONN
D-SUB 9PIN
(MALE) -PC99
WIESON DSUB 9PIN
(MALE) -PC99,
TEKCON DSUB 9PIN
(MALE) -PC99
BAT1
BATTERY
MAXELL
CR2032
PANASONIC
CR2032, SONY
CR2032
RN74
R.P
0 OHM (8P 4R) CONCAVE
0 OHM (8P 4R) CONVEX
RN36,RN37,RN38
R.P
10 OHM (8P 4R) CONCAVE
10 OHM (8P 4R)
- CONVEX
RN70,RN71
R.P
15 OHM (8P 4R) CONCAVE
15 OHM (8P 4R)
- CONVEX
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Table 22. Bill of Materials (Sheet 5 of 10)
Rev. 1.1
Reference
Designator
Description
Manufacturer
Manuf. Part
Number
Alternate
Manufacturing
Info
RN19,RN20,RN69
R.P
22 OHM (8P 4R) CONCAVE
22 OHM (8P 4R)
- CONVEX
RN34
R.P
33 OHM (8P 4R) CONCAVE
33 OHM (8P 4R)
- CONVEX
RN3,RN5,RN6,RN7,RN
8,RN9,RN10,
R.P
56 OHM (8P 4R) CONCAVE
56 OHM (8P 4R)
- CONVEX
RN11,RN12,RN13,RN1
4,RN15,RN16,RN17,R
N18,RN21,RN22,RN23,
RN24,RN25,RN26,RN2
7,RN28,RN29,RN30,R
N31,RN32,RN33
R.P
RN39,RN40
R.P
1K (8P 4R) CONCAVE
1K (8P 4R) CONVEX
RN41,RN59
R.P
2.2K (8P 4R) CONCAVE
2.2K (8P 4R) CONVEX
RN58,RN64,RN66
R.P
2.7K (8P 4R) CONCAVE
2.7K (8P 4R) CONVEX
RP2
R.P
2.7K (10P 8R) CONVEX (3216)R
RN4,RN60
R.P
4.7K (8P 4R) CONCAVE
RN42,RN43,RN44,RN4
5,RN46,RN48,
R.P
8.2K (8P 4R) CONCAVE
RN49,RN51,RN54,RN5
5,RN75,RN77
R.P
8.2K (8P 4R) CONVEX
RN72,RN73
R.P
15K (8P 4R) CONCAVE
R37,R38,R40,R166,R2
07,R237,R240,
R256,R315,R326,R327
RESISTOR
0 OHM (0603)
R36,R47,R48,R52,R60,
R72,R141,R321, R322
RESISTOR
10 OHM (0603)
R44,R50,R51,R62,R63,
R104,R105,R251, R275
RESISTOR
22 OHM (0603)
R45,R46,R49,R57,R58,
R64,R65,R66,
R67,R85,R87,R112,R1
13,R191,R236,
R277,R290,R320
RESISTOR
33 OHM (0603)
R91,R98,R316,R317
RESISTOR
47 OHM (0603)
R59
RESISTOR
51 OHM (0603)
R23
RESISTOR
56 OHM (0603)
R231,R232
RESISTOR
68 OHM (0603)
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Changes
4.7K (8P 4R) CONVEX
15K (8P 4R) CONVEX
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Bill of Materials
Table 22. Bill of Materials (Sheet 6 of 10)
Rev. 1.1
Reference
Designator
70
Description
Manufacturer
Manuf. Part
Number
R133,R142,R148,R154,
R187,R230,R245
RESISTOR
100 OHM (0603)
R1,R2,R5,R6,R7,R12,R
14,R15,R234,R243
RESISTOR
150 OHM (0603)
R86,R238,R242
RESISTOR
220 OHM (0603)
R185,R193
RESISTOR
300 OHM (0603)
R8,R13,R199,R239
RESISTOR
330 OHM (0603)
R16,R216
RESISTOR
510 OHM (0603)
R9
RESISTOR
680 OHM (0603)
R3,R4,R10,R19,R53,R
73,R84,R100,
R115,R116,R117,R120,
R121,R122,R129,
R134,R181,R188,R196,
R197,R198,R212,
R217,R252,R254,R314,
R323,R324,R325, R336
RESISTOR
1K (0603)
R153
RESISTOR
1.8K (0603)
R28,R106,R108,R110,
R119,R226,R246,
R328,R329
RESISTOR
2.2K (0603)
R29
RESISTOR
3.9K (0603)
R11,R54,R76,R79,R92,
R93,R94,R95,R96,
R97,R99,R101,R102,R
189,R218,R229
RESISTOR
4.7K (0603)
R75,R83,R88,R89,R90,
R206,R211,R249,
R260,R261,R262,R263,
R276,R332-R335
RESISTOR
8.2K (0603)
R20,R70,R80,R107,R1
09,R147,R152,
R157,R167,R208,R209,
R214,R223,R233,
R235,R241,R244,R255,
R302,R303
RESISTOR
10K (0603)
R174,R190,R272,R273
RESISTOR
15K (0603)
R43,R126,R127,R128,
R132,R247
RESISTOR
20K (0603)
R210
RESISTOR
30K (0603)
R192
RESISTOR
33K (0603)
R118,R124,R125,R155,
R337
RESISTOR
220K (0603)
R266,R267
RESISTOR
330K (0603)
R164,R271
RESISTOR
560K (0603)
Alternate
Manufacturing
Info
All
Changes
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Table 22. Bill of Materials (Sheet 7 of 10)
Rev. 1.1
Reference
Designator
Description
Manuf. Part
Number
Manufacturer
R149,R162,R213
RESISTOR
10M (0603)
PR14
RESISTOR
15 OHM (1%)
0603
R31
RESISTOR
22 OHM (1%)
0603
R56
RESISTOR
33 OHM
(1%)0603
PR9,PR15,PR18,PR27
RESISTOR
40.2 OHM
(1%)0603
PR41
RESISTOR
60.4 OHM
(1%)0603
PR7,PR10,PR11,PR12,
PR42
RESISTOR
75 OHM
(1%)0603
PR21,PR24
RESISTOR
82 OHM
(1%)0603
R33,R61
RESISTOR
90.9 OHM
(1%)0603
PR2,PR3
RESISTOR
100 OHM (1%)
0603
PR1,PR5
RESISTOR
110 OHM 1%
0603
PR40
RESISTOR
120 OHM
(1%)0603
PR4,PR6,PR8,PR43
RESISTOR
150 OHM
(1%)0603
PR13
RESISTOR
174 OHM
(1%)0603
PR19
RESISTOR
200 OHM
(1%)0603
R318,R319
RESISTOR
243 OHM 1%
(0603)
PR16,PR17,PR20,PR2
5,PR26
RESISTOR
301 OHM 1%
(0603)
PR22,PR23,R32,R55
RESISTOR
1K 1%(0603)
R39
RESISTOR
1.43K (1%)0603
PR36,PR38,PR39
RESISTOR
10K (1%)0603
PR37
RESISTOR
28K (1%)0603
PR33,PR35,R42
RESISTOR
56K(1%)0603
PR32
RESISTOR
120K 1%(0603)
PR34
RESISTOR
232K 1% (0603)
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Info
All
Changes
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Bill of Materials
Table 22. Bill of Materials (Sheet 8 of 10)
Rev. 1.1
Reference
Designator
72
Manuf. Part
Number
Description
Manufacturer
RT1
THERMISTO
R
SEMITEC
C11,C14,C26,C60,C64,
C67,C71
CAPACITOR
0.001UF (0603)
BC26,BC28,BC29,BC3
2,BC33, BC46BC48,BC51,BC52,BC5
5,BC57,
BC59,BC62,BC63,BC6
5,BC74,BC75,
BC79,BC80,BC82,BC8
7,BC88,
BC90BC98,BC105,BC114,B
C119, BC124,BC144,
BC147,BC149,BC150,
BC158-BC160,BC169BC171, BC181BC183,BC186,BC187,B
C222,
BC226,C17,C85
CAPACITOR
0.01UF (0603)
C4,C7,C27,C119,BC1BC3,BC5,
BC7BC25,BC27,BC30,BC3
1,
BC34BC45,BC49,BC50,BC5
3,BC54,
BC56,BC58,BC60,BC6
1,BC64,BC66,
BC67,BC69BC73,BC76BC78,BC81, BC83BC86,BC89,BC99BC104,
BC106BC113,BC115,BC116,
BC121BC123,BC125,BC128,
BC129,BC131,BC132,B
C136,
BC138BC140,BC142,BC143,B
C145,
BC146,BC151,BC154BC157,BC161BC165,BC167,
BC168,BC172,BC173,B
C175, BC177BC180,BC184,BC185,B
C197, BC204BC218,BC221,BC227,
MC51, MC52,MC55
CAPACITOR
0.1UF (0603)
BC68,BC223,BC224,B
C225
CAPACITOR
0.22UF (0603)
C110
CAPACITOR
0.047UF (0603)
Alternate
Manufacturing
Info
All
Changes
10K OHM ±3%
(0603)
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Table 22. Bill of Materials (Sheet 9 of 10)
Rev. 1.1
Reference
Designator
Description
Manuf. Part
Number
MC36,MC37,MC38,MC
39,MC40,MC41,
MC42,MC43,MC44,MC
45,MC47,MC53,
MC54,MC56,C5,C8,C1
3,C15,C18,C91,
C104,C113
CAPACITOR
1UF (0603)
MC48,MC57,MC59,C1,
C2,C115
CAPACITOR
2.2UF (0805)
MC1-MC6,MC8MC10,MC13-MC15
CAPACITOR
4.7UF(1206)"X7R
"
MC7,MC11,MC12,MC1
6,MC17,MC18,
MC19,MC20,MC21,MC
22,MC23,MC24,
MC25,MC26,MC27,MC
28,MC29,MC30,
MC31,MC32,MC33,MC
34,MC35,MC46,
MC60,MC61,MC62,MC
63,MC66
CAPACITOR
4.7UF(1206)"Y5V
C43,C47,C50
CAPACITOR
3.3PF(0603)
C12,C16,C48,C53,C54,
C56,C58,C99,
C101
CAPACITOR
10PF (0603)
C61
CAPACITOR
15PF (0603)
C33,C35,C102,C103
CAPACITOR
18PF (0603)
C36,C55,C57,C63,C65,
C66,C68,C97,C98
CAPACITOR
22PF (0603)
C44,C51,C125,C126
CAPACITOR
47PF (0603)
C74,C75,C76,C79,C80,
C81,C82,C83,
C84,C86,C87,C90
CAPACITOR
100PF (0603)
C59,C62,C70,C73,C12
2,BC4
CAPACITOR
470PF (0603)
C69,C72
CAPACITOR
560PF (0603)
C94,C95
CAPACITOR
2700PF (0603)
C118
CAPACITOR
3300PF (0603)
CN2,CN3,CN9,CN11
C/P
100PF (8P 4C)
(1206)
CP1,CP2,CP3,CP4
C/P
47PF(8P4C)(1206
)
CN1,CN8,CN10
C/P
470PF (8P 4C)
(1206)
EC6,EC11,EC20,EC40,
EC41
E/C
Manufacturer
TAYEH
10UF/25V (4*7)
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Info
All
Changes
JACKCON
10UF/25V (4*7)
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Table 22. Bill of Materials (Sheet 10 of 10)
Rev. 1.1
Manuf. Part
Number
Alternate
Manufacturing
Info
TAYEH
22UF/16V (4*7)
JACKCON
22UF/16V (4*7)
E/C
TAYEH
100UF/16V
(6.3*7)
JACKCON
100UF/16V
(6*7)
C6
T/C
SPRAGUE
33UF/20V "D"
EC1,EC2,EC4,EC7,EC
8,EC9,EC12,EC13,
E/C
TAYEH
1500UF/
6.3V(8*16)
EC14,EC21,EC23,EC2
4,EC25,EC29,
E/C
JACKCON
1500UF/
6.3V(8*16)
EC31,EC32,EC34,C32
E/C
JPCON
1500UF/6.3V
(8*16)
L3
INDUCTOR
GLOMAG
IRON COIL
1UH(50MB)
L1
INDUCTOR
GLOMAG
IRON COIL
2.5UH(5052)
L2
INDUCTOR
MURATA
4.7UH (0805)
L4
INDUCTOR
GLOMAG
IRON COIL
7UH(5052B)
F1,F2,F4,F5,F6,F7
FUSE
BOURNS
POLY S/W
MSMC110-2
RAYCHEM
POLY S/
WSMDC100
FB1,FB2,FB3,FB4,FB5,
FB6,FB8,FB11,
INDUCTOR
TAIYO
BEAD 241/
100MHZ (0805)
LL241
EMC BEAD
221/100MHZ
(0805)
INDUCTOR
MURATA
BEAD
BLM11B750SPT(
0603)
CHIPSET
(FWH)
INTEL
N82802AC8
Reference
Designator
Description
Manufacturer
EC3,EC26,EC27,EC28,
EC33,EC35,EC36,
E/C
EC5,EC10,EC15,EC17,
EC18,EC19,
All
Changes
EC22,EC30,EC39,C77,
C78
FB12,FB13,FB14,FB15,
FB16,FB17,
FB19-FB29
VFB1,VFB2,VFB3,PFB
1,PFB2,PFB4,
PFB5,PFB6,PFB11,PF
B12,
U23
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Table 23. Key Components Bill of Materials
Rev. 1.1
Description
Manufacturer
Part #
815E Scalable Performance Board
Development Kit Baseboard
ABIT
EIAP3815EDEVKIT
Intel® Pentium® III Processor at 866
MHz with 256K L2
Intel
RB80526PY866256
Intel® Celeron™ Processor at 850
MHz with 128K L2
Intel
RB80526RY850128
Thermal Solution
Agilent Technologies
Arcti-Cooler, HACA-0001
133 MHz, 128 Mbyte, SDRAM DIMM
SpecTek
P16M648YLDC9-133CL3A
Firmware Hub BIOS Memory, PLCC32
(8 Mbit)
Intel
N82802AC8
15.3 Gbyte Hard disk drive
Western Digital
WD153AA
BlueCat Linux OS Software (preinstalled on HDD)
LynuxWorks
N/A
Tornado 2.0/VxWorks CD
Wind River Systems
TEV-13720-ZC-00
ABIT SL-30 device driver CD
ABIT
SA-1.00E
Intel® Pro/100+ Management Adapter
(Fast Ethernet Controller)
Intel
PILA8460B
NOTE: *This BOM does not include items such as mounting hardware, packaging material,
documentation, etc.
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Schematics
B
Schematics are provided for the following items listed below. Schematics are available from the
Intel Developer’s Web site in PDF format.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Block diagram
PGA370 Part 1 and 2
AGTL Termination
Clock Synthesizer
GMCH Part 1 and 2
DIMM 1 and 2
DIMM 3
AGP
ICH Part 1 and 2
PCI 1 and 2
PCI 3
Video Bus & Connector
FWH & UDMA100 IDE 1-2
USB 0-3
AC97 CODEC
Audio I/O
LPC I/O Controller & FDCL
WOR, WOL & 2S1P
KB, MS, GAME, & IR
Front Panel & CNR
ATX Power & H/W Monitor
Voltage Regulator Part 1
Voltage Regulator Part 2
System Configuration
PU/PDR and unused gates
Decoupling capacitors
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1
2
3
4
B
C
D
E
ABIT SL30
A
25
26
27
28
29
ATX POWER & H/W MONITOR
VOLTAGE REGULATOR PART 1
VOLTAGE REGULATOR PART 2
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
B
C
D
**PLEASE NOTE THESE SCHEMATICS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
32
24
FRONT PANEL & CNR
HISTORY
23
KB, MS, GAME & IR
30
22
WOR, WOL & 2S1P
31
21
LPC I/O CONTROLLER & FDCL
DECOUPLING CAPACITORS
20
AUDIO I/O
PU/PDR & UNUSED GATES
19
14
AC97 CODEC
12,13
PCI 1 & 2
18
11
ICH PART 1 & 2
USB 0-3
10
AGP
17
9
DIMM 3
FWH & UDMA100 IDE 1-2
7,8
DIMM 1 & 2
16
6
GMCH PART 1 & 2
VIDEO BUS & CONNECTOR
5
CLCOK STNTHESIZER
15
3,4
AGTL TERMINATION
PCI 3
2
PGA370 PART 1 & 2
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1
of
32
Rev
A
1
2
3
4
1
2
ABIT SL30
A
IDE Primary
Floopy
FirmWare Hub
USB PORT 1-4
USB
B
Game Port
UDMA/100
ADDR
IDE Secondary
ADDR
Mouse
Keyboard
SIO
ICH2
GMCH
CTRL
Digital Video
Out Device
Serial 1
GTL BUS
3 DIMM
Modules
CLOCK
C
Serial 2
Parallel
Audio
Codec
CNR
&RQQHFWRU
PCI ADDR/DATA
PCI CNTRL
C
AC’97 LINK
370-PIN SOCKET PROCESSOR
BLOCK DIAGRAM
CTRL
AGP
Connector
VRM
B
DATA
3
4
A
Term.
PCI CONN3
PCI CONN 2
PCI CONN 1
DATA
D
D
Date:
Size
B
Title
Wednesday, March 08, 2000
AB-SL30 V0.12
Document Number
BLOCK DIAGRAM
E
Sheet
ABIT Computer Corp.
E
2
of
32
Rev
A
1
2
3
4
A
B
C
D
RS#0
RS#1
RS#2
ABIT SL30
5,7
5,7
5,7
5
HD#0
HD#1
HD#2
HD#3
HD#4
HD#5
HD#6
HD#7
HD#8
HD#9
HD#10
HD#11
HD#12
HD#13
HD#14
HD#15
HD#16
HD#17
HD#18
HD#19
HD#20
HD#21
HD#22
HD#23
HD#24
HD#25
HD#26
HD#27
HD#28
HD#29
HD#30
HD#31
HD#32
HD#33
HD#34
HD#35
HD#36
HD#37
HD#38
HD#39
HD#40
HD#41
HD#42
HD#43
HD#44
HD#45
HD#46
HD#47
HD#48
HD#49
HD#50
HD#51
HD#52
HD#53
HD#54
HD#55
HD#56
HD#57
HD#58
HD#59
HD#60
HD#61
HD#62
HD#63
RS#0
RS#1
RS#2
HD#0
HD#1
HD#2
HD#3
HD#4
HD#5
HD#6
HD#7
HD#8
HD#9
HD#10
HD#11
HD#12
HD#13
HD#14
HD#15
HD#16
HD#17
HD#18
HD#19
HD#20
HD#21
HD#22
HD#23
HD#24
HD#25
HD#26
HD#27
HD#28
HD#29
HD#30
HD#31
HD#32
HD#33
HD#34
HD#35
HD#36
HD#37
HD#38
HD#39
HD#40
HD#41
HD#42
HD#43
HD#44
HD#45
HD#46
HD#47
HD#48
HD#49
HD#50
HD#51
HD#52
HD#53
HD#54
HD#55
HD#56
HD#57
HD#58
HD#59
HD#60
HD#61
HD#62
HD#63
Socket 370_9
AH26
AH22
AK28
W1
T4
N1
M6
U1
S3
T6
J1
S1
P6
Q3
M4
Q1
L1
N3
U3
H4
R4
P4
H6
L3
G1
F8
G3
K6
E3
E1
F12
A5
A3
J3
C5
F6
C1
C7
B2
C9
A9
D8
D10
C15
D14
D12
A7
A11
C11
A21
A15
A17
C13
C25
A13
D16
A23
C21
C19
C27
A19
C23
C17
A25
A27
E25
F16
U3A
4
3
370 - Pin Socket Part 1
4
3
AM34
GND
AH2
GND
AD2
GND
Z2
GND
V2
GND
M2
GND
D18
GND
H2
GND
D2
GND
AL3
GND
AK4
GND
AG5
GND
AC5
GND
Y5
GND
U5
GND
Q5
GND
L5
GND
G5
GND
D4
GND
B4
GND
AM6
GND
AJ7
GND
E7
GND
B8
GND
AM10
GND
AJ11
GND
E11
GND
B12
GND
AM14
GND
AJ15
GND
E15
GND
B16
GND
AM18
GND
AJ19
GND
E19
GND
F20
GND
B20
GND
AM22
GND
AJ23
GND
D22
GND
F24
GND
B24
GND
AM26
GND
AJ27
GND
D26
GND
F28
GND
B28
GND
AM30
GND
D30
GND
AF32
GND
AB32
GND
X32
GND
T32
GND
P32
GND
F32
GND
B32
GND
AH34
GND
AD34
GND
Z34
GND
V34
GND
R34
GND
M34
GND
H34
GND
D34
GND
5
2
HA#3
HA#4
HA#5
HA#6
HA#7
HA#8
HA#9
HA#10
HA#11
HA#12
HA#13
HA#14
HA#15
HA#16
HA#17
HA#18
HA#19
HA#20
HA#21
HA#22
HA#23
HA#24
HA#25
HA#26
HA#27
HA#28
HA#29
HA#30
HA#31
HA#32
HA#33
HA#34
HA#35
2
VTT1_5
VTT1_5
VTT1_5
VTT1_5
VTT1_5
VTT1_5
VTT1_5
VTT1_5
VTT1_5
VTT1_5
VTT1_5
VTT1_5
VTT1_5
VTT1_5
VTT1_5
VID0
VID1
VID2
VID3
GND/VID4
REQ#0
REQ#1
REQ#2
REQ#3
REQ#4
DEP0#
DEP1#
DEP2#
DEP3#
DEP4#
DEP5#
DEP6#
DEP7#
VCCVID
B26
C3
AK2
AF2
AB2
T2
P2
K2
F4
E5
AM4
AE5
AA5
W5
S5
N5
J5
F2
D6
B6
AM8
AJ9
E9
B10
AM12
AJ13
E13
B14
AM16
AJ5
AJ17
E17
B18
AM20
AJ21
D20
F22
AM24
AJ25
D24
F26
AM28
AJ29
D28
AK34
F30
B30
AM32
AH32
Z32
V32
R32
M32
H32
AF34
AB34
X34
T34
P34
K34
F34
B34
AH36
B22
V36
R36
H36
D36
D32
AD32
AH24
F14
K32
AA37
Y35
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
VCCVID
AF36
GND
X36
GND
T36
GND
P36
GND
K36
GND
F36
GND
A37
GND
AC33
GND
AJ3
GND
AL1
GND
AN3
GND
Y37
GND
HA#3
HA#4
HA#5
HA#6
HA#7
HA#8
HA#9
HA#10
HA#11
HA#12
HA#13
HA#14
HA#15
HA#16
HA#17
HA#18
HA#19
HA#20
HA#21
HA#22
HA#23
HA#24
HA#25
HA#26
HA#27
HA#28
HA#29
HA#30
HA#31
AH20
AK16
AL21
AN11
AN15
G35
AL13
U37
U35
S37
S33
E23
AN21
AA35
AA33
Date:
Size
B
Title
AL35
AM36
AL37
AJ37
AK36
AK18
AH16
AH18
AL19
AL17
C33
C31
A33
A31
E31
C29
E29
VTT1_5
A29
AK8
AH12
AH8
AN9
AL15
AH10
AL9
AH6
AK10
AN5
AL7
AK14
AL5
AN7
AE1
Z6
AG3
AC3
AJ1
AE3
AB6
AB4
AF6
Y3
AA1
AK6
Z4
AA3
AD4
X6
AC1
W3
AF4
HD#[0..63]
HA#[3..31]
5,7
5,7
5,7
5,7
5,7
HREQ#0
HREQ#1
HREQ#2
HREQ#3
HREQ#4
Wednesday, March 08, 2000
AB-SL30 V0.12
Document Number
PGA370 PART 1
1
Sheet
ABIT Computer Corp.
22,27
22,27
22,27
22,27
5,7
5,7
VID0
VID1
VID2
VID3
HD#[0..63]
HA#[3..31]
1
3
of
32
Rev
A
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
CPU_PWGD
CPURST#
ABIT SL30
12
7
12
APICD0
12
APICD1
6 APICCLK_CPU
6
CPUHCLK
ITPRDY#
ITPCLK
6
5
DBRESET#
26
5
R315
0
J2
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
HEADER 15X2
150,1%
BC7
0.1UF
MC7
4.7UF
150,1%
PR4
4
10PF
C12
22
R275
86
243
VCC2_5
150
R6
VTT1_5
330
R13
R33
150
R14
R319
PR6
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
2.7K
1K
150
R199 R15
VCC2_5
R314
VTT1_5
4
150
R7
243
VTT1_5
47
330
R8
X18PF
Place Site w/in 0.5"
of clock pin (W37)
C3
Do Not stuff C
51
R59
VCCVID
R318
R316
R317
47
150
R5
C37
AG1
J35
L35
J33
W37
Y33
AK26
AH4
X4
X2
AM2
F10
W35
Y1
R2
G37
L33
N33
N35
N37
Q33
Q35
Q37
G33
E37
C35
E35
J37
A35
AN35
AN37
AN33
AL33
AK32
150,1%
PR8
75,1%
PR7
3
VTT1_5
Socket 370_9
CPUPRES#
EDGCTRL/VRSEL
PICD0
PICD1
PICCLK
BCLK
CLKREF
PWRGOOD
RESET#
RESET2#
VTT1_5
SLEWCNTR
RTTCNTR
VCOREDET
BINIT#
AERR#
BERR#
BC17
0.1UF
BC18
0.1UF
0.1UF
BC16
Use 0603 Packages and distribute
within 500 miles of Mendocino
GTLREF Inputs ( 1 cap for every 2 inputs )
0.1UF
BC12
GTLREF
RSP#
AP0#
AP1#
RP#
PLL1
PLL2
A20M#
STPCLK#
SLP#
SMI#
LINT0/INTR
LINT1/NMI
INIT#
FERR#
IGNNE#
IERR#
BR0#
THRMDP
THRMDN
THERMTRIP#
GTLREF Generation Circuit
Part2
BNR#
BPRI#
TRDY#
DEFER#
LOCK#
DRDY#
HITM#
HIT#
DBSY#
ADS#
FLUSH#
BSEL0#
BSEL1#
RSRVD12/JBSEL1#
370 - Pin Socket
0.1UF
BC1
VCC2_5
Place 0603 Paclage
near VCMOS Processor Pin
RESVD21(BR1#)
RSRVD13
RSRVD15
RSRVD16
RSRVD17
RSRVD18
RSRVD19
RSRVD20
RSRVD6
RSRVD7
RSRVD8
RSRVD9
RSRVD10
RSRVD11
BP2#
BP3#
BPM0#
BPM1#
PREQ#
PRDY#
TDI
TDO
TRST#
TCK
TMS
U3B
680
R9
VCMOS Decouping
3
AB36
AD36
Z36
V_CMOS
V1_5
V2_5
E33
F18
K4
R6
V6
AD6
AK12
AK22
VREF0
VREF1
VREF2
VREF3
VREF4
VREF5
VREF6
VREF7
5
2
E27
S35
E21
B36
AK24
V4
AC37
AL11
AN13
AN23
W33
U33
AE33
AG35
AH30
AJ35
M36
L37
AG33
AC35
AG37
AE35
AN29
AL31
AL29
AH28
AJ33
AJ31
AK30
AH14
AN17
AN25
AN19
AK20
AN27
AL23
AL25
AL27
AN31
AE37
2
150
150
220
R86
Date:
Size
B
Title
110,%1
PR1
33UF,20%
R1
R2
VCC3_3
C6
+
5
22,26
22,26
12
12
12
12
12
12
12,18
12
12
BR0#
VTIN2
THRMDN
A20M#
STPCLK#
CPUSLP#
SMI#
INTR
NMI
INIT#
FERR#
IGNNE#
BSEL#1
0
0
1
1
VCOREDET
Wednesday, March 08, 2000
1
Sheet
ABIT Computer Corp.
AB-SL30 V0.12
Document Number
29
29
BSEL#0
BSEL#1
4
BSEL#0
0
1
0
1
7
5,7
5,7
5,7
5,7
5,7
5,7
5,7
5,7
5,7
5,7
7
13
BNR#
BPRI#
HTRDY#
DEFER#
HLOCK#
DRDY#
HITM#
HIT#
DBSY#
HADS#
GTLREF
VCMOS
VCCVID
4.7UH/SMD-0805
L2
1K
R4
PGA370 PART 2
110,%1
PR5
1K
R3
V3SB V3SB
GTLREF
1
of
32
FSB
66M
100M
rsvd
133M
Rev
A
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
HA#6
HA#8
HA#11
HA#4
HA#18
HA#26
HA#29
HA#27
56/8P4R
RN16
2
4
6
8
56/8P4R
RN18
2
4
6
8
56/8P4R
RN28
2
4
6
8
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
3,7
HREQ#1
MC22
4.7UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
5
BC35
BC34
0.1UF
BC36
4,7
BNR#
" One Cap for each 2 R-Pack "
ABIT SL30
4.7UF
MC23
VTT1_5
HA#28
HA#15
HA#12
HA#5
56/8P4R
RN32
2
4
6
8
1
3
5
7
56/8P4R
HA#30
HA#24
HA#20
56/8P4R
RN29
2
4
6
8
1
3
5
7
HA#14
HA#7
HA#13
HA#16
HA#3
HA#9
56/8P4R
RN33
2
4
6
8
HA#23
HA#17
HA#22
HA#31
HA#19
HA#21
HA#25
HA#10
2
4
6
8
56/8P4R
RN31
2
4
6
8
RN30
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
VTT1_5
5
0.1UF
2
4
6
8
HD#29
HD#31
HD#35
HD#32
HD#33
HD#25
HD#26
HD#19
HD#11
HD#14
HD#2
HD#18
HD#7
HD#30
HD#20
HD#13
HD#3
HD#12
HD#10
HD#17
HD#23
HD#21
HD#16
HD#24
HD#8
HD#5
HD#9
HD#4
HD#15
HD#1
HD#0
HD#6
0.1UF
BC38
56/8P4R
56/8P4R
RN17
2
4
6
8
56/8P4R
RN21
2
4
6
8
56/8P4R
RN24
2
4
6
8
56/8P4R
RN23
2
4
6
8
56/8P4R
RN25
2
4
6
8
56/8P4R
RN22
2
4
6
8
56/8P4R
RN26
2
4
6
8
RN27
BC37
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
VTT1_5
0.1UF
BC24
4
0.1UF
BC23
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
VTT1_5
4
2
4
6
8
0.1UF
BC5
56/8P4R
56/8P4R
RN13
2
4
6
8
56/8P4R
RN15
2
4
6
8
56/8P4R
RN10
2
4
6
8
56/8P4R
RN11
2
4
6
8
56/8P4R
RN6
2
4
6
8
56/8P4R
RN5
2
4
6
8
56/8P4R
RN3
2
4
6
8
RN8
0.1UF
BC14
HD#39
HD#37
HD#36
HD#38
HD#43
HD#34
HD#28
HD#22
HD#47
HD#41
HD#49
HD#51
HD#42
HD#27
HD#44
HD#45
HD#54
HD#55
HD#57
HD#63
HD#50
HD#53
HD#58
HD#46
HD#56
HD#61
HD#62
HD#60
HD#59
HD#48
HD#52
HD#40
0.1UF
BC22
2
4
6
8
56
150
HA#[3..31]
HD#[0..63]
56/8P4R
56/8P4R
RN14
2
4
6
8
56/8P4R
RN7
2
4
6
8
56/8P4R
RN9
2
4
6
8
RN12
HA#[3..31]
HD#[0..63]
BR0#
ITPRDY#
HREQ#4
BPRI#
HREQ#0
HREQ#3
DRDY#
DBSY#
RS#2
HADS#
HITM#
HTRDY#
HIT#
RS#0
DEFER#
HREQ#2
HLOCK#
RS#1
0.1UF
BC9
0.1UF
BC15
3
0.1UF
BC2
0.1UF
BC13
AGTL Termination
R23
R12
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
VTT1_5
3
0.1UF
BC3
3,7
3,7
4
4
3,7
4,7
3,7
3,7
4,7
4,7
3,7
4,7
4,7
4,7
4,7
3,7
4,7
3,7
4,7
3,7
2
2
U3C
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GD28
GD29
GD30
GD31
GD32
GD33
GD34
GD35
GD36
GD19
GD20
GD21
GD22
GD23
GD24
GD25
GD26
GD27
Date:
Size
B
Title
Wednesday, March 08, 2000
AB-SL30 V0.12
Document Number
1
Sheet
ABIT Computer Corp.
AGTL TERMINATION
HEATSINK GROUNDING
Socket 370_9
GD10
GD11
GD12
GD13
GD14
GD15
GD16
GD17
GD18
GD1
GD2
GD3
GD4
GD5
GD6
GD7
GD8
GD9
1
5
of
32
Rev
A
A
B
C
D
1
2
3
4
ABIT SL30
A
MEMCLK0
MEMCLK1
MEMCLK2
MEMCLK3
13,22,28 SLP_S3#
9,10,13,22,25,30 SMBCLK
9,10,13,22,25,30 SMBDATA
29 FMOD0
12 PCLK_0/ICH
13 ICH_CLK14
13 ICH_3V66
8 GMCH_3V66
11 AGPCLK_CONN
29 FMOD1
VCC2_5
VCC3SBY
VCC3SBY
1
1
1
X10PF
X10PF
C40
10
0.1UF
X10P/8P4C
MEMCLK4
MEMCLK5
MEMCLK6
MEMCLK7
VCC3_3
C39
R60
4.7UF
X10PF
CN4
4.7UF
1
X10PF
C41
0.01UF
0.1UF
33
33
33
33
33
10
R67
R290
R72
0.1UF
MEMCLK8
MEMCLK9
MEMCLK10
MEMCLK11
4.7UF
B
0.1UF
X10PF
C34
0.01UF
X10PF
C31
14.318MHZ
Y3
0.01UF
R64
R65
R66
0.1UF
MC66 BC221 BC222
18PF
C33
18PF
C35
0.01UF
X10P/8P4C
CN5
BEAD
PFB12
2
X10PF
C42
0.01UF
MC21 BC25 BC26
4.7UF
MC29 BC62 BC61 BC57 BC58 BC59 BC60
0.01UF
0.1UF
MC28
BC55
BC56
C29
BEAD
PFB11
2
BEAD
PFB5
2
BEAD
B
R302
X10PF
C23
10K
8.2K
PD#
SCLK
SDATA
FS0
FS1
PCICLK0
PCICLK1
3V66-0
3V66-1
3V66-2
X2
REF0
X1
X10PF
C22
PCLK_REF
10K
R303
21
22
23
18
28
15
16
10
11
12
7
4
6
U6
L_VCC2_5
PCIV3
R249
AV3
GNDL
GNDL
3
55
PFB4
2
2
56
VDDL
VDDL
C
5
9
14
20
25
31
35
40
44
49
5
12
1
9
8
4
13
U29
CLKOUT
CLKB1
CLKB2
CLKB3
CLKB4
CLKA1
CLKA2
CLKA3
CLKA4
C
7
5
3
1
8
6
4
2
33
X33
R277
R312
16
33/8P4R
RN34
6
7
10
11
2
3
14
15
C21
X10PF
X18PF
D
X10P/8P4C
CN6
X10PF
X10PF
C120
X10PF
C133 C25
4.7UF
X10PF
0.1UF
MC20
0.1UF
C20
0.01UF
X10PF
0.1UF
C19
C132
33
33
33
R48
R49
26
27
R47
22
R44
37
36
33
32
45
42
41
38
51
50
47
46
29
0.01UF
33
33
33
33
7
5
3
1
22/8P4R
7
5
3
1
22/8P4R
22
22
22
22
0.1UF
0.01UF
33
ICS9250-28
48MHZ_0
48MHZ_1
SDRAM12
SDRAM8
SDRAM9
SDRAM10
SDRAM11
SDRAM4
SDRAM5
SDRAM6
SDRAM7
0.1UF
R46
R45
R57
R58
8
6
4
2
RN19
8
6
4
2
RN20
R50
R51
R62
R63
0.01UF
R320
0.1UF
54
53
1
0.01UF
SDRAM0
SDRAM1
SDRAM2
SDRAM3
ICS9112B-17
GND
GND
REF
FS1
FS2
VDD
VDD
0.01UF
BC32 BC31
D
BC226 BC227 BC28 BC27 BC29 BC30 BC33 BC21 BC63 BC64
MEMV3
USBV3
CPUCLK_0
CPUCLK_1
IOAPIC
VDD
VDD
VDD
VDDA
VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
8
13
17
19
24
30
34
39
43
48
52
A
2
4
6
8
2
4
6
8
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
2
4
6
8
2
4
6
8
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
2
4
6
8
2
4
6
8
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
1
X10PF
Date:
Size
B
Wednesday, March 08, 2000
AB-SL30 V0.12
Document Number
13
8
22
SIO_CLK24
14
14
15
22
18
PCLK_1
PCLK_2
PCLK_3
PCLK_7
PCLK_8
6
MEMCLK[8..11] 10
MEMCLK[0..7] 9
7
USBCLK
DOTCLK
CPUHCLK
GMCHHCLK
APICCLK_CPU
APICCLK_ICH
DCLK_WR
4
4
7
4
12
ITPCLK
E
E
Sheet
ABIT Computer Corp.
MEMCLK[8..11]
MEMCLK[0..7]
MEMCLK8
MEMCLK9
MEMCLK10
MEMCLK11
MEMCLK4
MEMCLK5
MEMCLK6
MEMCLK7
MEMCLK0
MEMCLK1
MEMCLK2
MEMCLK3
VCC3SBY
VCC3SBY
CLOCK SYNTHESIZER
X10PF
C30
BEAD
PFB1
2
BEAD
C28
Title
X10PF
C24
4.7UF
MC19
4.7UF
MC18
PFB2
2
of
32
Rev
A
1
2
3
4
A
B
C
D
4
GTLREF
HREQ#0
HREQ#1
HREQ#2
HREQ#3
HREQ#4
5
K2
L1
H1
C38
X18PF
RS#0
RS#1
RS#2
Do Not Stuff C
Place Site w/in
0.5" of clock
ball(v6)
R4
P1
T2
R3
N5
P5
R1
U1
P2
T1
T3
P3
T5
R5
V5
Y2
V3
W1
U4
V2
W3
W4
U5
Y5
Y3
U3
Y1
W5
V1
AA7
H3
AA5
L4
M3
G1
N4
M5
J3
J1
K1
L3
K3
U6
AA10
M1
N1
M2
L5
N3
HA#3
HA#4
HA#5
HA#6
HA#7
HA#8
HA#9
HA#10
HA#11
HA#12
HA#13
HA#14
HA#15
HA#16
HA#17
HA#18
HA#19
HA#20
HA#21
HA#22
HA#23
HA#24
HA#25
HA#26
HA#27
HA#28
HA#29
HA#30
HA#31
86
R61
VTT1_5
HREQ#0
HREQ#1
HREQ#2
HREQ#3
HREQ#4
HA#[3..31]
3,5 RS#0
3,5 RS#1
3,5 RS#2
3,5
3,5
3,5
3,5
3,5
HA#[3..31]
ABIT SL30
3,5
0.1UF
0.1UF
6
GMCHHCLK
17,18,22,30 PCIRST#
4
CPURST#
4,5
HLOCK#
4,5
DEFER#
4,5
HADS#
4,5
BNR#
4,5
BPRI#
4,5
DBSY#
4,5
DRDY#
4,5
HIT#
4,5
HITM#
4,5
HTRDY#
BC73
BC72
Place close
to GMCH
5
HD#0
HD#1
HD#2
HD#3
HD#4
HD#5
HD#6
HD#7
HD#8
HD#9
HD#10
HD#11
HD#12
HD#13
HD#14
HD#15
HD#16
HD#17
HD#18
HD#19
HD#20
HD#21
HD#22
HD#23
HD#24
HD#25
HD#26
HD#27
HD#28
HD#29
HD#30
HD#31
HD#32
HD#33
HD#34
HD#35
HD#36
HD#37
HD#38
HD#39
HD#40
HD#41
HD#42
HD#43
HD#44
HD#45
HD#46
HD#47
HD#48
HD#49
HD#50
HD#51
HD#52
HD#53
HD#54
HD#55
HD#56
HD#57
HD#58
HD#59
HD#60
HD#61
HD#62
HD#63
Host Interface
RS#0
RS#1
RS#2
HREQ#0
HREQ#1
HREQ#2
HREQ#3
HREQ#4
HA#3
HA#4
HA#5
HA#6
HA#7
HA#8
HA#9
HA#10
HA#11
HA#12
HA#13
HA#14
HA#15
HA#16
HA#17
HA#18
HA#19
HA#20
HA#21
HA#22
HA#23
HA#24
HA#25
HA#26
HA#27
HA#28
HA#29
HA#30
HA#31
HCLK
RESET#
CPURST#
HLOCK#
DEFER#
ADS#
BNR#
BPRI#
DBSY#
DRDY#
HIT#
HITM#
HTRDY#
GTLREFA
GTLREFB
U7A
4
AA1
AB2
AF2
AD4
AB1
AB3
AA3
AC4
AC1
AF3
AD1
AE3
AD2
AD3
AF1
AA4
AD6
AC3
AE1
AB6
AF4
AE5
AC8
AB5
AF5
AC6
AF6
AD11
AF8
AD8
AD5
AB7
AF7
AD7
AB8
AE7
AE9
AB9
AF9
AD10
AF12
AB11
AB10
AD9
AC10
AF10
AD14
AD12
AB12
AE11
AE15
AF11
AF13
AB14
AF14
AB13
AB15
AE13
AC14
AD13
AD15
AF16
AF15
AC12
HD#0
HD#1
HD#2
HD#3
HD#4
HD#5
HD#6
HD#7
HD#8
HD#9
HD#10
HD#11
HD#12
HD#13
HD#14
HD#15
HD#16
HD#17
HD#18
HD#19
HD#20
HD#21
HD#22
HD#23
HD#24
HD#25
HD#26
HD#27
HD#28
HD#29
HD#30
HD#31
HD#32
HD#33
HD#34
HD#35
HD#36
HD#37
HD#38
HD#39
HD#40
HD#41
HD#42
HD#43
HD#44
HD#45
HD#46
HD#47
HD#48
HD#49
HD#50
HD#51
HD#52
HD#53
HD#54
HD#55
HD#56
HD#57
HD#58
HD#59
HD#60
HD#61
HD#62
HD#63
HD#[0..63]
4
HD#[0..63]
3,5
DCLK_WR
SM_RAS#
SM_CAS#
SM_WE#
SM_BS0
SM_BS1
10 SM_CSB#[4..5]
9 SM_CSB#[0..3]
10 SM_CSA#[4..5]
9 SM_CSA#[0..3]
10 SM_CKE[4..5]
9 SM_CKE[0..3]
VCC3SBY
9,10 SM_DQM[0..7]
6
9,10
9,10
9,10
9,10
9,10
9,10 SM_MAA[0..12]
9 SM_MAB#[4..7]
10 SM_MAC#[4..7]
3
40,1%
C36
3
2
Date:
Size
B
Title
SM_WE#
SM_MAA9
SM_CAS#
SBA7
SM_BS0
SM_BS1
SM_MAA10
SM_MAA11
SM_MAA12
SM_RAS#
BC190
X0.1UF
BC188
X0.1UF
1
X0.1UF
BC191
X0.1UF
BC189
VCC3SBY
X0.1UF
X0.1UF
X0.1UF
BC194
X0.1UF
BC195
R89
R88
SM_MAA9
SM_RAS#
SM_MAA10
VCOREDET
R_REFCLK
R_BSEL#0
: HI=100 LO=66
Kicker : HI=NON-Cu LO=Cu
: HI=133 LO=100/66
HI=133 LO=100
X10K
X10K
8.2K
8.2K
8.2K
4
Wednesday, March 08, 2000
AB-SL30 V0.12
1
Sheet
ABIT Computer Corp.
7
of
32
Rev
A
29
29
SM/LM muxing strap , active low
ALLZ : LO=ALLZ HI=Normal
IOQ depth : HI=4 LO=1
Slot vs. Socket : HI=Socket LO=SC242
XOR chain : LO=XOR HI=Normal
Host Freq
FSB P-MOS
Host Freq
LM FREQ :
R77
R68
R90
SM_WE#
SM_CAS#
Backside decouping , should be
placed under chipset AGP signal
field
BC193
BC192
VDDQ
Backside decouping , should be
placed under chipset memory signal
field
SM_MD[0..63] 9,10
GMCH PART 1
SM_MD0
SM_MD1
SM_MD2
SM_MD3
SM_MD4
SM_MD5
SM_MD6
SM_MD7
SM_MD8
SM_MD9
SM_MD10
SM_MD11
SM_MD12
SM_MD13
SM_MD14
SM_MD15
SM_MD16
SM_MD17
SM_MD18
SM_MD19
SM_MD20
SM_MD21
SM_MD22
SM_MD23
SM_MD24
SM_MD25
SM_MD26
SM_MD27
SM_MD28
SM_MD29
SM_MD30
SM_MD31
SM_MD32
SM_MD33
SM_MD34
SM_MD35
SM_MD36
SM_MD37
SM_MD38
SM_MD39
SM_MD40
SM_MD41
SM_MD42
SM_MD43
SM_MD44
SM_MD45
SM_MD46
SM_MD47
SM_MD48
SM_MD49
SM_MD50
SM_MD51
SM_MD52
SM_MD53
SM_MD54
SM_MD55
SM_MD56
SM_MD57
SM_MD58
SM_MD59
SM_MD60
SM_MD61
SM_MD62
SM_MD63
SM_MD[0..63]
D23
C23
D22
F21
E21
G20
F20
D20
F19
E19
D19
E18
B18
F18
G18
D17
A3
A1
C1
F2
G3
D6
C5
B4
D4
C2
D3
E4
F5
G4
J6
K5
A26
A25
B24
A24
B23
A23
C22
A22
D21
B21
A21
C20
B20
A20
C19
A19
A4
A2
B1
E1
G2
E6
D5
C4
B3
D2
E3
F4
F6
G5
H4
J4
Document Number
SYSTEM MEMORY
Solano
SRCOMP
SDQM0
SDQM1
SDQM2
SDQM3
SDQM4
SDQM5
SDQM6
SDQM7
SCLK
RESVD
SCKE0
SCKE1
SCKE2
SCKE3
SCKE4
SCKE5
SRAS#
SCAS#
SWE#
SCSB#0
SCSB#1
SCSB#2
SCSB#3
SCSB#4
SCSB#5
SCSA#0
SCSA#1
SCSA#2
SCSA#3
SCSA#4
SCSA#5
SBS0
SBS1
SMAC4
SMAC5
SMAC6
SMAC7
SMAB#4
SMAB#5
SMAB#6
SMAB#7
SMD0
SMD1
SMD2
SMD3
SMD4
SMD5
SMD6
SMD7
SMD8
SMD9
SMD10
SMD11
SMD12
SMD13
SMD14
SMD15
SMD16
SMD17
SMD18
SMD19
SMD20
SMD21
SMD22
SMD23
SMD24
SMD25
SMD26
SMD27
SMD28
SMD29
SMD30
SMD31
SMD32
SMD33
SMD34
SMD35
SMD36
SMD37
SMD38
SMD39
SMD40
SMD41
SMD42
SMD43
SMD44
SMD45
SMD46
SMD47
SMD48
SMD49
SMD50
SMD51
SMD52
SMD53
SMD54
SMD55
SMD56
SMD57
SMD58
SMD59
SMD60
SMD61
SMD62
SMD63
SM_CSB#[4..5]
22PF
G7
D16
F15
A7
A6
A18
C17
B6
A5
F7
G10
D8
E8
E9
D7
C8
C7
U7B
SMAA0
SMAA1
SMAA2
SMAA3
SMAA4
SMAA5
SMAA6
SMAA7
SMAA8
SMAA9
SMAA10
SMAA11
SMAA12
2
SM_CSB#[0..3]
SM_CSA#[4..5]
SM_CSA#[0..3]
SM_CKE[4..5]
SM_CKE[0..3]
PR9
SM_DQM[0..7]
SM_DQM0
SM_DQM1
SM_DQM2
SM_DQM3
SM_DQM4
SM_DQM5
SM_DQM6
SM_DQM7
SM_CKE0
SM_CKE1
SM_CKE2
SM_CKE3
SM_CKE4
SM_CKE5
C16
D18
E16
F9
F8
D10
D9
B9
A8
SM_CSB#0
SM_CSB#1
SM_CSB#2
SM_CSB#3
SM_CSB#4
SM_CSB#5
2
B10
4
A10
6
C10
8
A9
10/8P4R
B13
D11
D15
A17
D14
E14
E13
B17
1
3
5
7
RN36
RN38
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
D13
B16
F12
RN37
A16
2
B12
4
A12
6
C11
8
A11
D12
C13
10/8P4R E11
A13
B7
10/8P4R
2
B15
4
A15
6
C14
8
A14
SM_CSA#0
SM_CSA#1
SM_CSA#2
SM_CSA#3
SM_CSA#4
SM_CSA#5
SM_MAC#4
SM_MAC#5
SM_MAC#6
SM_MAC#7
SM_MAB#4
SM_MAB#5
SM_MAB#6
SM_MAB#7
SM_MAA0
SM_MAA1
SM_MAA2
SM_MAA3
SM_MAA4
SM_MAA5
SM_MAA6
SM_MAA7
SM_MAA8
SM_MAA9
SM_MAA10
SM_MAA11
SM_MAA12
SM_MAA[0..12]
SM_MAB#[4..7]
SM_MAC#[4..7]
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
GFRAME#
GDEVSEL#
GIRDY#
GTRDY#
GSTOP#
GPAR
GREQ#
GGNT#
PIPE#
ADSTB0
ADSTB0#
ADSTB1
ADSTB1#
SBSTB
SBSTB#
ST0
ST1
ST2
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
ABIT SL30
40,1%
PR15
5
PR14
U7C
HCLK
HL0
HL1
HL2
HL3
HL4
HL5
HL6
HL7
HL8
HL9
HL10
HUBREF
HLSTB
HLSTB#
HCOMP
VSYNC
HSYNC
RED
GREEN
BLUE
DCLKREF
IWASTE
IREF
DDDA
DDCK
LTVCK
LTVDA
LTVDATA0
LTVDATA1
LTVDATA2
LTVDATA3
LTVDATA4
LTVDATA5
LTVDATA6
LTVDATA7
LTVDATA8
LTVDATA9
LTVDATA10
LTVDATA11
BLANK#
TVCLKIN/SL_STALL
CLKOUT0
CLKOUT1
TVVSYNC
TVHSYNC
4
SBA0/LMD31
SBA1/LMD25
SBA2/LDQM2
SBA3/LMD26
SBA4/LMD23
SBA5/LWE#
SBA6/LMD22
SBA7/LGM_FREQ_SEL
4
Display Cache, Video, and
HUB Interface
Solano
RBF#/LMD30
WBF#
AGPREF
GRCOMP
OCLOCK
RCLOCK
ST0/LMD28
ST1/LDQM3
ST2/LMD29
ADSTB0
ADSTB0#
ADSTB1
ADSTB1#
SBSTB
SBSTB#
GFRAME#/LMA10
GDEVSEL#/LMD11
GIRDY#/LMD12
GTRDY#/LMA7
GSTOP#/LMA0
GPAR/LMA6
GREQ#/LMD27
GGNT#
PIPE#/LMD24
GCBE#0/LMA3
GCBE#1/LMD10
GCBE#2/LMD13
GCBE#3/LRDS#
GAD0/LDQM0
GAD1/LMD4
GAD2/LMD7
GAD3/LMD3
GAD4/LMD6
GAD5/LMD2
GAD6/LMD5
GAD7/LMD1
GAD8/LMD0
GAD9/LMA4
GAD10/LDQM1
GAD11/LMA2
GAD12/LMD8
GAD13/LMA5
GAD14/LMD9
GAD15/LMA1
GAD/16/LMA8
GAD17/LMD14
GAD18/LMA11
GAD19/LMD15
GAD20/LMA9
GAD21/LMD16
GAD22/LCS#
GAD23/LMD17
GAD24/LCKE
GAD25/LMD18
GAD26/LCAS#
GAD27/LMD19
GAD28/LTCLK1
GAD29/LMD20
GAD30/LTCLK0
GAD31/LMD21
15PF/5%,MPO
C61
OCLK = 0.5"
RCLK = 1.5"
0.1UF
BC89
15.1%
AD24
AC24
AC23
M22
L23
U22
V23
Y23
AA24
R26
P26
P23
P21
P25
R24
AE26
AD25
AC26
H23
N21
T25
Y26
K26
J22
K25
J21
L24
J20
L26
K23
K22
M25
M24
M26
M21
N24
N22
N26
T26
T22
U24
T23
U26
T24
V24
U21
V25
V21
V26
W21
W24
W22
W26
Y21
AD26
AB24
J24
J26
OCLK R22
RCLK P22
GAD0
GAD1
GAD2
GAD3
GAD4
GAD5
GAD6
GAD7
GAD8
GAD9
GAD10
GAD11
GAD12
GAD13
GAD14
GAD15
GAD16
GAD17
GAD18
GAD19
GAD20
GAD21
GAD22
GAD23
GAD24
GAD25
GAD26
GAD27
GAD28
GAD29
GAD30
GAD31
GAD[0..31]
NOTE :
11
RBF#
11
WBF#
11 CONN_AGPREF
GCBE#0
GCBE#1
GCBE#2
GCBE#3
GAD[0..31]
11
11
11
11
11
5
R251
HL0
HL1
HL2
HL3
HL4
HL5
HL6
HL7
HL8
HL9
HL10
22
FTD0
FTD1
FTD2
FTD3
FTD4
FTD5
FTD6
FTD7
FTD8
FTD9
FTD10
FTD11
Place as close as
Possible to GMCH
and via straight
to VSS plane
174,1%
PR13
AB22
AB25
AB23
AB26
AA22
AA26
Y22
Y25
F22
H24
H26
H25
G24
F24
E26
E25
D26
D25
D24
C26
H21
G25
F26
H20
AF22
AF23
AD22
AE22
AE23
AE24
Y20
AD23
AA18
AB18
AB21
AA20
AD16
AF17
AE17
AD17
AF18
AD18
AF20
AD20
AC20
AF21
AE21
AD21
AB19
AC18
AE19
AF19
AC16
AB17
FTD[0..11]
HL[0..10]
SBA[0..7]
SBA0
SBA1
SBA2
SBA3
SBA4
SBA5
SBA6
SBA7
HLSTB
HLSTB#
GMCH_3V66
CRT_VSYNC
CRT_HSYNC
VID_RED
VID_GREEN
VID_BLUE
DOTCLK
3VDDCDA
3VDDCCL
3VFTSCL
3VFTSDA
FTBLNK#
SL_STALL
FTCLK0
FTCLK1
FTVSYNC
FTHSYNC
FTD[0..11]
HL[0..10]
SBA[0..7]
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
301,1%
PR17
3
Place as close as
Possible to GMCH
and via straight
to VSS plane
0.01UF
BC90
AF24
AE25
K20
Y24
L21
M23
U25
N25
R21
U20
U23
W20
B2
B5
B8
B11
B14
B19
B22
B25
E2
F10
F14
F17
G6
G8
G19
H2
H5
H7
AA21
Y7
E23
AF26
AF25
W6
Y9
Y18
AA6
AA8
AA11
AA13
AA15
AA17
AA19
AB16
AB20
AC22
AD19
C25
E24
F23
G22
J7
K6
M6
P6
T6
V7
G26
VDDQ VCC3SBY VCC1_8
301,1%
PR16
VCC1_8
Place R as
Close as
possible to
GMCH
VCC1_8
40,1%
12
12
10PF
C58
Do Not Stuff C
Place Site w/in 0.5"
of clock ball(AA21)
PR18
6
17
17
17
17
17
6
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
12
11
3
U7D
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
2
Power and Ground
Solano
GND
GND
VDDQ
VDDQ
VDDQ
VDDQ
VDDQ
VDDQ
VDDQ
VDDQ
VDDQ
VDDQ
VCC3SBY
VCC3SBY
VCC3SBY
VCC3SBY
VCC3SBY
VCC3SBY
VCC3SBY
VCC3SBY
VCC3SBY
VCC3SBY
VCC3SBY
VCC3SBY
VCC3SBY
VCC3SBY
VCC3SBY
VCC3SBY
VCC3SBY
VCC3SBY
VCC1_8
VCC1_8
VCC1_8
VCC1_8
VCC1_8
VCC_1.8
VCC_1.8
VCC_1.8
VCC_1.8
VCC_1.8
VCC_1.8
VCC_1.8
VCC_1.8
VCC_1.8
VCC_1.8
VCC_1.8
VCC_1.8
VCC_1.8
VCC_1.8
VCC_1.8
VCC_1.8
VCC_1.8
VCC_1.8
VCC_1.8
VCC_1.8
VCC_1.8
VCC_1.8
VCC_1.8
VCC_1.8
VCC_1.8
2
AB4
E7
AC2
AC5
AC7
AC9
AC11
AC13
AC15
AC17
AC19
AC21
AC25
AE2
AE4
AE6
AE8
AE10
AE12
AE14
AE16
AE18
AE20
B26
C3
C6
C9
C12
C15
C18
C21
C24
D1
E5
E10
E12
E15
E17
E20
E22
F1
F3
F11
F13
T21
U2
U7
K24
V4
V6
V20
V22
W2
W7
W23
W25
Y4
Y6
Y8
Y10
Y17
Y19
AA2
AA9
AA12
AA14
AA16
Date:
Size
B
Title
U7E
1K,1%
82,1%
GMCH PART 2
Wednesday, March 08, 2000
AB-SL30 V0.12
Document Number
1
Sheet
ABIT Computer Corp.
600PF
N2
N6
N11
N12
N13
N14
N15
N16
N23
AA23
F16
F25
G9
G17
G21
G23
P24
H6
H22
J2
J5
J23
J25
K4
K7
K21
L2
L6
L11
L12
L13
L14
AA25
P4
8
GMCH_AGPREF 11
1K,1%
PR23
VDDQ
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
PR22
C72
600PF
C69
Solano
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
PR24
82,1%
PR21
P11
P12
P13
P14
P15
P16
R2
R6
R11
R12
R13
R14
R15
R16
R23
R25
T4
T11
T12
T13
T14
T15
T16
L15
L16
L22
M4
M11
M12
M13
M14
M15
M16
L25
1
of
32
Rev
A
A
B
C
D
1
2
3
4
SM_MAB#[4..7]
SM_CKE[0..3]
7
SM_BS0
SM_BS1
7,10
7,10
CH6-12
ABIT SL30
6,10,13,22,25,30 SMBDATA
6,10,13,22,25,30 SMBCLK
SM_RAS#
SM_CAS#
7,10
7,10
SM_WE#
7,10
7 SM_CSB#[0..3]
7 SM_CSA#[0..3]
MEMCLK[0..7]
6
7,10 SM_DQM[0..7]
7
7,10 SM_MD[0..63]
7,10 SM_MAA[0..12]
A
A
SMBDATA
SMBCLK
SM_BS1
SM_BS0
SM_CAS#
SM_RAS#
SM_WE#
SM_CSB#[0..3]
SM_CSA#[0..3]
SM_CKE[0..3]
MEMCLK[0..7]
SM_DQM[0..7]
SM_MAB#[4..7]
SM_MD[0..63]
SM_MAA[0..12]
SMBDATA
SMBCLK
MEMCLK2
SM_MD28
SM_MD29
SM_MD30
SM_MD31
SM_MD24
SM_MD25
SM_MD26
SM_MD27
SM_MD21
SM_MD22
SM_MD23
SM_CKE1
SM_MD20
SM_MD16
SM_MD17
SM_MD18
SM_MD19
SM_CSB#0
SM_DQM2
SM_DQM3
MEMCLK0
SM_MAA0
SM_MAA2
SM_MAA4
SM_MAA6
SM_MAA8
SM_MAA10
SM_BS1
SM_WE#
SM_DQM0
SM_DQM1
SM_CSA#0
SM_MD14
SM_MD15
SM_MD9
SM_MD10
SM_MD11
SM_MD12
SM_MD13
SM_MD4
SM_MD5
SM_MD6
SM_MD7
SM_MD8
SM_MD0
SM_MD1
SM_MD2
SM_MD3
VCC3SBY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
DIMM1
B
DIMM168
VSS
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
VDD
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
DQ8
VSS
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
VDD
DQ14
DQ15
CB0
CB1
VSS
CB8
CB9
VDD
WE#/WE0#
DQM0
DQM1
CS0#
DU/OE0#
VSS
A0
A2
A4
A6
A8
A10/AP
BA1/A12
VDD
VDD
CLK0/DU
VSS
DU/OE2#
CS2#
DQM2
DQM3
DU/WE2#
VDD
CB10
CB11
CB2
CB3
VSS
DQ16
DQ17
DQ18
DQ19
VDD
DQ20
NC
VREF/DU
CKE1
VSS
DQ21
DQ22
DQ23
VSS
DQ24
DQ25
DQ26
DQ27
VDD
DQ28
DQ29
DQ30
DQ31
VSS
CLK2/NC
NC
WP
SDA
SCL
VDD
B
VSS
DQ32
DQ33
DQ34
DQ35
VDD
DQ36
DQ37
DQ38
DQ39
DQ40
VSS
DQ41
DQ42
DQ43
DQ44
DQ45
VDD
DQ46
DQ47
CB4
CB5
VSS
CB12
CB13
VDD
CAS#/DU
DQM4
DQM5
CS1#
RAS#/DU
VSS
A1
A3
A5
A7
A9
BA0/A11
A11/A13
VDD
CLK1/DU
A12/DU
VSS
CKE0/DU
CS3#
DQM6
DQM7
A13/DU
VDD
CB14
CB15
CB6
CB7
VSS
DQ48
DQ49
DQ50
DQ51
VDD
DQ52
NC
VREF/DU
REGE
VSS
DQ53
DQ54
DQ55
VSS
DQ56
DQ57
DQ58
DQ59
VDD
DQ60
DQ61
DQ62
DQ63
VSS
CLK3/NC
NC
SA0
SA1
SA2
VDD
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
VCC3SBY
SM_CSB#2
SM_DQM2
SM_DQM3
SM_CKE0
SM_CSB#1
SM_DQM6
SM_DQM7
C
SMBDATA
SMBCLK
MEMCLK6
SM_MD28
SM_MD29
SM_MD30
SM_MD31
SM_MD60
SM_MD61
SM_MD62
SM_MD63
MEMCLK3
SM_MD24
SM_MD25
SM_MD26
SM_MD27
SM_MD21
SM_MD22
SM_MD23
SM_CKE3
SM_MD20
SM_MD56
SM_MD57
SM_MD58
SM_MD59
SM_MD53
SM_MD54
SM_MD55
SM_MD52
SM_MD16
SM_MD17
SM_MD18
SM_MD19
MEMCLK4
MEMCLK1
SM_MAA12
SM_MD48
SM_MD49
SM_MD50
SM_MD51
SM_MAA0
SM_MAA2
SM_MAB#4
SM_MAB#6
SM_MAA8
SM_MAA10
SM_BS1
SM_WE#
SM_DQM0
SM_DQM1
SM_CSA#2
SM_MD14
SM_MD15
SM_MD9
SM_MD10
SM_MD11
SM_MD12
SM_MD13
SM_MD4
SM_MD5
SM_MD6
SM_MD7
SM_MD8
SM_MD0
SM_MD1
SM_MD2
SM_MD3
SM_MAA1
SM_MAA3
SM_MAA5
SM_MAA7
SM_MAA9
SM_BS0
SM_MAA11
SM_CAS#
SM_DQM4
SM_DQM5
SM_CSA#1
SM_RAS#
SM_MD46
SM_MD47
SM_MD41
SM_MD42
SM_MD43
SM_MD44
SM_MD45
SM_MD36
SM_MD37
SM_MD38
SM_MD39
SM_MD40
SM_MD32
SM_MD33
SM_MD34
SM_MD35
C
VCC3SBY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
DIMM2
DIMM168
VSS
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
VDD
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
DQ8
VSS
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
VDD
DQ14
DQ15
CB0
CB1
VSS
CB8
CB9
VDD
WE#/WE0#
DQM0
DQM1
CS0#
DU/OE0#
VSS
A0
A2
A4
A6
A8
A10/AP
BA1/A12
VDD
VDD
CLK0/DU
VSS
DU/OE2#
CS2#
DQM2
DQM3
DU/WE2#
VDD
CB10
CB11
CB2
CB3
VSS
DQ16
DQ17
DQ18
DQ19
VDD
DQ20
NC
VREF/DU
CKE1
VSS
DQ21
DQ22
DQ23
VSS
DQ24
DQ25
DQ26
DQ27
VDD
DQ28
DQ29
DQ30
DQ31
VSS
CLK2/NC
NC
WP
SDA
SCL
VDD
VSS
DQ32
DQ33
DQ34
DQ35
VDD
DQ36
DQ37
DQ38
DQ39
DQ40
VSS
DQ41
DQ42
DQ43
DQ44
DQ45
VDD
DQ46
DQ47
CB4
CB5
VSS
CB12
CB13
VDD
CAS#/DU
DQM4
DQM5
CS1#
RAS#/DU
VSS
A1
A3
A5
A7
A9
BA0/A11
A11/A13
VDD
CLK1/DU
A12/DU
VSS
CKE0/DU
CS3#
DQM6
DQM7
A13/DU
VDD
CB14
CB15
CB6
CB7
VSS
DQ48
DQ49
DQ50
DQ51
VDD
DQ52
NC
VREF/DU
REGE
VSS
DQ53
DQ54
DQ55
VSS
DQ56
DQ57
DQ58
DQ59
VDD
DQ60
DQ61
DQ62
DQ63
VSS
CLK3/NC
NC
SA0
SA1
SA2
VDD
D
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
D
VCC3SBY
Date:
Size
B
Title
R28
2.2K
VCC3SBY
Wednesday, March 08, 2000
E
Sheet
9
DM_SA_PU
ABIT Computer Corp.
AB-SL30 V0.12
Document Number
DIMM 1 & 2
MEMCLK7
SM_MD60
SM_MD61
SM_MD62
SM_MD63
SM_MD56
SM_MD57
SM_MD58
SM_MD59
SM_MD53
SM_MD54
SM_MD55
SM_MD52
SM_MD48
SM_MD49
SM_MD50
SM_MD51
SM_CKE2
SM_CSB#3
SM_DQM6
SM_DQM7
MEMCLK5
SM_MAA12
SM_MAA1
SM_MAA3
SM_MAB#5
SM_MAB#7
SM_MAA9
SM_BS0
SM_MAA11
SM_CAS#
SM_DQM4
SM_DQM5
SM_CSA#3
SM_RAS#
SM_MD46
SM_MD47
SM_MD41
SM_MD42
SM_MD43
SM_MD44
SM_MD45
SM_MD36
SM_MD37
SM_MD38
SM_MD39
SM_MD40
SM_MD32
SM_MD33
SM_MD34
SM_MD35
E
of
10
32
Rev
A
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
SM_MAC#[4..7]
SM_CKE[4..5]
7
SM_BS0
SM_BS1
7,9
7,9
ABIT SL30
A
9
DM_SA_PU
6,9,13,22,25,30 SMBDATA
6,9,13,22,25,30 SMBCLK
SM_RAS#
SM_CAS#
7,9
7,9
SM_WE#
7,9
7 SM_CSB#[4..5]
7 SM_CSA#[4..5]
MEMCLK[8..11]
6
7,9 SM_DQM[0..7]
7
7,9 SM_MD[0..63]
7,9 SM_MAA[0..12]
A
SMBDATA
SMBCLK
SM_BS1
SM_BS0
SM_CAS#
SM_RAS#
SM_WE#
SM_CSB#[4..5]
SM_CSA#[4..5]
SM_CKE[4..5]
MEMCLK[8..11]
SM_DQM[0..7]
SM_MAC#[4..7]
SM_MD[0..63]
SM_MAA[0..12]
SMBDATA
SMBCLK
MEMCLK10
SM_MD28
SM_MD29
SM_MD30
SM_MD31
SM_MD24
SM_MD25
SM_MD26
SM_MD27
SM_MD21
SM_MD22
SM_MD23
SM_CKE5
SM_MD20
SM_MD16
SM_MD17
SM_MD18
SM_MD19
SM_CSB#4
SM_DQM2
SM_DQM3
MEMCLK8
SM_MAA0
SM_MAA2
SM_MAC#4
SM_MAC#6
SM_MAA8
SM_MAA10
SM_BS1
SM_WE#
SM_DQM0
SM_DQM1
SM_CSA#4
SM_MD14
SM_MD15
SM_MD9
SM_MD10
SM_MD11
SM_MD12
SM_MD13
SM_MD4
SM_MD5
SM_MD6
SM_MD7
SM_MD8
SM_MD0
SM_MD1
SM_MD2
SM_MD3
B
B
VCC3SBY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
DIMM3
DIMM168
VSS
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
VDD
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
DQ8
VSS
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
VDD
DQ14
DQ15
CB0
CB1
VSS
CB8
CB9
VDD
WE#/WE0#
DQM0
DQM1
CS0#
DU/OE0#
VSS
A0
A2
A4
A6
A8
A10/AP
BA1/A12
VDD
VDD
CLK0/DU
VSS
DU/OE2#
CS2#
DQM2
DQM3
DU/WE2#
VDD
CB10
CB11
CB2
CB3
VSS
DQ16
DQ17
DQ18
DQ19
VDD
DQ20
NC
VREF/DU
CKE1
VSS
DQ21
DQ22
DQ23
VSS
DQ24
DQ25
DQ26
DQ27
VDD
DQ28
DQ29
DQ30
DQ31
VSS
CLK2/NC
NC
WP
SDA
SCL
VDD
VSS
DQ32
DQ33
DQ34
DQ35
VDD
DQ36
DQ37
DQ38
DQ39
DQ40
VSS
DQ41
DQ42
DQ43
DQ44
DQ45
VDD
DQ46
DQ47
CB4
CB5
VSS
CB12
CB13
VDD
CAS#/DU
DQM4
DQM5
CS1#
RAS#/DU
VSS
A1
A3
A5
A7
A9
BA0/A11
A11/A13
VDD
CLK1/DU
A12/DU
VSS
CKE0/DU
CS3#
DQM6
DQM7
A13/DU
VDD
CB14
CB15
CB6
CB7
VSS
DQ48
DQ49
DQ50
DQ51
VDD
DQ52
NC
VREF/DU
REGE
VSS
DQ53
DQ54
DQ55
VSS
DQ56
DQ57
DQ58
DQ59
VDD
DQ60
DQ61
DQ62
DQ63
VSS
CLK3/NC
NC
SA0
SA1
SA2
VDD
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
VCC3SBY
C
C
MEMCLK11
SM_MD60
SM_MD61
SM_MD62
SM_MD63
SM_MD56
SM_MD57
SM_MD58
SM_MD59
SM_MD53
SM_MD54
SM_MD55
SM_MD52
SM_MD48
SM_MD49
SM_MD50
SM_MD51
SM_CKE4
SM_CSB#5
SM_DQM6
SM_DQM7
MEMCLK9
SM_MAA12
SM_MAA1
SM_MAA3
SM_MAC#5
SM_MAC#7
SM_MAA9
SM_BS0
SM_MAA11
SM_CAS#
SM_DQM4
SM_DQM5
SM_CSA#5
SM_RAS#
SM_MD46
SM_MD47
SM_MD41
SM_MD42
SM_MD43
SM_MD44
SM_MD45
SM_MD36
SM_MD37
SM_MD38
SM_MD39
SM_MD40
SM_MD32
SM_MD33
SM_MD34
SM_MD35
D
D
Date:
Size
B
Title
DIMM 3
Wednesday, March 08, 2000
AB-SL30 V0.12
Document Number
E
Sheet
ABIT Computer Corp.
E
10
of
32
Rev
A
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
ADSTB0
ADSTB0#
ADSTB1
ADSTB1#
SBSTB
SBSTB#
RBF#
CH6-18
A
1
3
5
7
SBA4
SBA5
SBA6
SBA7
ABIT SL30
1
3
5
7
SBA0
SBA1
SBA2
SBA3
1
3
5
7
ST0
ST1
ST2
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
GFRAME#
GTRDY#
GSTOP#
GPAR
GREQ#
GGNT#
PIPE#
WBF#
1
3
5
7
GIRDY#
GDEVSEL#
GPERR#
GSERR#
A
8.2K/8P4R
8.2K/8P4R
RN45
2
4
6
8
8.2K/8P4R
RN47
2
4
6
8
8.2K/8P4R
RN46
2
4
6
8
8.2K/8P4R
RN44
2
4
6
8
8.2K/8P4R
RN43
2
4
6
8
8.2K/8P4R
RN42
2
4
6
8
8.2K/8P4R
RN48
2
4
6
8
RN49
2
4
6
8
VDDQ
AGPUSBP
AGP_OC#
GIRDY#
8
ADSTB0
GCBE#1
GAD[0..31]
SBA[0..7]
8
8
8 GMCH_AGPREF
8
8
8 GDEVSEL#
GCBE#2
ADSTB1
SBSTB
ST0
ST2
RBF#
8
8
8
8
8
8
14,15,30 PIRQ#B
6 AGPCLK_CONN
8
GREQ#
19
19
B
B
SBA[0..7]
GAD[0..31]
GAD1
GAD5
GAD3
ADSTB0
GAD7
GAD10
GAD8
GAD14
GAD12
GSERR#
GPERR#
GDEVSEL#
GIRDY#
GAD17
GAD21
GAD19
ADSTB1
GAD23
GAD27
GAD25
GAD31
GAD29
SBA4
SBA6
SBA2
SBSTB
SBA0
ST0
ST2
RBF#
GREQ#
V3SB
VCC3_3
VCC5
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
B10
B11
B12
B13
B14
B15
B16
B17
B18
B19
B20
B21
B22
B23
B24
B25
B26
B27
B28
B29
B30
B31
B32
B33
B34
B35
B36
B37
B38
B39
B40
B41
B42
B43
B44
B45
B46
B47
B48
B49
B50
B51
B52
B53
B54
B55
B56
B57
B58
B59
B60
B61
B62
B63
B64
B65
B66
C
OVRCNT#
5V_A
5V_B
USB+
GND_K
INTB#
CLK
REQ#/DQ27
VCC3.3_F
ST0/DQ28
ST2/DQ29
RBF#/DQ30
GND_L
RESV_H
SBA0/DQ31
VCC3.3_G
SBA2/DQM2
SB_STB
GND_M
SBA4/DQ23
SBA6/DQ22
RESV
GND_N
3.3VAUX1
VCC3.3_H
AD31/DQ21
AD29/DQ20
VCC3.3_I
AD27/DQ19
AD25/DQ18
GND_O
AD_STB1
AD23/DQ17
VDDQ_F
AD21/DQ16
AD19/DQ15
GND_P
AD17/DQ14
C/BE2#/DQ13
VDDQ_G
IRDY#/DQ12
3.3VAUX2
GND_Q
RESV_K
VCC3.3_J
DEVSEL#/DQ11
VDDQ_H
PERR#
GND_R
SERR#
C/BE1#/DQ10
VDDQ_I
AD14/DQ9
AD12/DQ8
GND_S
AD10/DQM1
AD8/DQ0
VDDQ_J
AD_STB0
AD7/DQ1
GND_T
AD5/DQ2
AD3/DQ3
VDDQ_K
AD1/DQ4
VREF_CG
AGP1
C
AGP4XU_20
12V
TYPEDET#
RESV_A
USBGND_A
INTA#
RST#
GNT#
VCC3.3_A
DQM3/ST1
RESV_B
DQ24/PIPE#
GND_B
WBF#
DQ25/SBA1
VCC3.3_B
DQ26/SBA3
SB_STB#
GND_C
WE#/SBA5
M_FREQ_SEL/SBA7
RESV_C
GND_D
RESV_D
VCC3.3_C
TCLK0/AD30
TCLK1/AD28
VCC3.3_D
CAS#/AD26
AD24
GND_E
AD_STB1#
RAS#/C/BE3#
VDDQ_A
A0/AD22
A9/AD20
GND_F
A11/AD18
A8/AD16
VDDQ_B
A10/FRAME#
RESV_E
GND_G
RESV_F
VCC3.3_E
A7/TRDY#
CS#/STOP#
PME#
GND_H
A6/PAR
A1/AD15
VDDQ_C
A5/AD13
A2/AD11
GND_I
A4/AD9
A3/C/BE0#
VDDQ_D
AD_STB0#
DQ5/AD6
GND_J
DQ6/AD4
DQ7/AD2
VDDQ_E
DQM0/AD0
VREF_GC
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
A23
A24
A25
A26
A27
A28
A29
A30
A31
A32
A33
A34
A35
A36
A37
A38
A39
A40
A41
A42
A43
A44
A45
A46
A47
A48
A49
A50
A51
A52
A53
A54
A55
A56
A57
A58
A59
A60
A61
A62
A63
A64
A65
A66
GAD0
GAD4
GAD2
ADSTB0#
GAD6
GAD9
GAD13
GAD11
GPAR
GAD15
GTRDY#
GSTOP#
GFRAME#
GAD18
GAD16
GAD22
GAD20
ADSTB1#
GAD26
GAD24
GAD30
GAD28
SBA5
SBA7
SBA3
SBSTB1#
WBF#
SBA1
PIPE#
ST1
GGNT#
2.2K
R106
VCC12
VCC12
VDDQ
D
D
19
8
8
8
8
8
12,14,15,23
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
Date:
Size
B
Title
CONN_AGPREF 8
ADSTB0#
GCBE#0
GPAR
GTRDY#
GSTOP#
PCI_PME#
GFRAME#
ADSTB1#
GCBE#3
SBSTB#
WBF#
PIPE#
ST1
14,15,30
14,15,30
8
AGPUSBN
PIRQ#A
PCI_RST#
GGNT#
27
TYPEDET#
AGP
Wednesday, March 08, 2000
AB-SL30 V0.12
Document Number
E
Sheet
ABIT Computer Corp.
Q13
2N7002
CON_AGPREF
Place close
to GMCH
11
200,1%
PR19
301,1%
PR20
VDDQ
E
of
32
Rev
A
1
2
3
4
A
B
C
D
GPIO23
GPIO27
GPIO28
18
30
30
5
ICH_IRQ#E
ICH_IRQ#F
ICH_IRQ#G
ICH_IRQ#H
P66DET
S66DET
GPI8
EXTSMI#
LPC_PME#
30
30
30
30
18
18
30
25
22,30
ABIT SL30
PCI_REQ#A
PCLK_0/ICH
FRAME#
DEVSEL#
IRDY#
TRDY#
STOP#
ICHRST#
PLOCK#
PAR
SERR#
PERR#
PCI_PME#
C_BE#0
C_BE#1
C_BE#2
C_BE#3
AD[0..31]
30
6
14,15,30
C101
14,15,30
14,15,30
10PF
14,15,30
NPOP
14,15,30
30
14,15,30
14,15
14,15,30
14,15,30
11,14,15,23
14,15
14,15
14,15
14,15
14,15
AD0
AD1
AD2
AD3
AD4
AD5
AD6
AD7
AD8
AD9
AD10
AD11
AD12
AD13
AD14
AD15
AD16
AD17
AD18
AD19
AD20
AD21
AD22
AD23
AD24
AD25
AD26
AD27
AD28
AD29
AD30
AD31
N3
N2
N1
M4
Y11
AA11
Y14
W14
AB15
A15
D14
C14
L1
B14
A14
AB14
AA14
M3
L2
W11
V3
AB7
W8
V4
W1
AA15
AA7
W2
W7
Y7
Y15
AA3
AB6
Y8
AA9
AA4
AB4
Y4
W5
W4
Y5
AB3
AA5
AB5
Y3
W6
W3
Y6
Y2
AA6
Y1
V2
AA8
V1
AB8
U4
W9
U3
Y9
U2
AB9
U1
W10
T4
Y10
T3
AA10
I6519163
U12A
ICH2_5
AD[0..31]
E14
E15
E16
E17
E18
F18
G18
VCC3_3_2
VCC3_3_3
VCC3_3_4
VCC3_3_5
VCC3_3_6
VCC3_3_7
VCC3_3_8
PIRQ#E/GPI2
PIRQ#F/GPI3
PIRQ#G/GPI4
PIRQ#H/GPI5
GPI6
GPI7
GPI8
GPI12
GPI13
GPO18
GPO19
GPO20
GPO21
GPOD22
GPO23
GPIOD27
GPIOD28
REQ#A/GPI0
GNT#A/GPO16
PCICLK
FRAME#
DEVSEL#
IRDY#
TRDY#
STOP#
PCIRST#
PLOCK#
PAR
SERR#
PERR#
PCI_PME#
C_BE#0
C_BE#1
C_BE#2
C_BE#3
AD0
AD1
AD2
AD3
AD4
AD5
AD6
AD7
AD8
AD9
AD10
AD11
AD12
AD13
AD14
AD15
AD16
AD17
AD18
AD19
AD20
AD21
AD22
AD23
AD24
AD25
AD26
AD27
AD28
AD29
AD30
AD31
D2
D10
E5
K19
L19
P5
V9
H18
J18
P18
R18
R5
T5
U5
V5
V6
V7
V8
VCC3_3_10
VCC3_3_11
VCC3_3_12
VCC3_3_13
VCC3_3_14
VCC3_3_15
VCC3_3_16
VCC3_3_17
VCC3_3_18
VCC3_3_19
VCC3_3_20
VCC1_8 V3SB V3SB V3SB
U18
T18
VCCPS1
VCCPS2
VCCA
VCC1_8
F5
G5
VCCPX1
VCCPX2
VCC1_8_1
VCC1_8_2
VCC1_8_3
VCC1_8_4
VCC1_8_5
VCC1_8_6
4
V17
V18
VCCUSB1
VCCUSB2
VCC3_3
V1_8SB V1_8SB
3
V14
V15
V16
VCCCS1
VCCCS2
VCCCS3
5
H5
J5
VCCAX1
VCCAX2
LAN_CLK
LAN_RSTSYNC
LAN_RXD0
LAN_RXD1
LAN_RXD2
LAN_TXD0
LAN_TXD1
LAN_TXD2
GNT#0
GNT#1
GNT#2
GNT#3
GNT#4
GNT#B/GPO17/GNT#5
REQ#0
REQ#1
REQ#2
REQ#3
REQ#4
REQ#B/GPI1/REQ#5
IRQ14
IRQ15
APICCLK
APICD1
APICD0
SERIRQ
PIRQ#A
PIRQ#B
PIRQ#C
PIRQ#D
HL0
HL1
HL2
HL3
HL4
HL5
HL6
HL7
HL8
HL9
HL10
HL11
HLSTB
HLSTB#
HCOMP
HUBREF
A20M#
CPUSLP#
FERR#
IGNNE#
INIT#
INTR
NMI
SMI#
STPCLK#
RCIN#
A20GATE
CPUPWRGOD
4
3
A1
VSS0
A10
VSS1
A2
VSS2
A21
VSS3
A22
VSS4
AA1
VSS5
AA2
VSS6
AA21
VSS7
AA22
VSS8
AB1
VSS9
AB2
VSS10
AB21
VSS11
AB22
VSS12
B1
VSS13
B10
VSS14
B2
VSS15
B21
VSS16
B22
VSS17
B3
VSS18
B9
VSS19
C2
VSS20
C3
VSS21
C4
VSS22
C9
VSS23
D3
VSS24
D5
VSS25
D6
VSS26
D7
VSS27
D8
VSS28
D9
VSS29
E6
VSS30
E7
VSS31
E8
VSS32
E9
VSS33
J10
VSS34
J11
VSS35
J12
VSS36
J13
VSS37
J14
VSS38
J9
VSS39
K1
VSS40
K10
VSS41
K11
VSS42
K12
VSS43
K13
VSS44
K14
VSS45
K9
VSS46
L10
VSS47
L11
VSS48
L12
VSS49
L13
VSS50
L14
VSS51
L9
VSS52
M9
VSS53
M10
VSS54
M11
VSS55
M12
VSS56
M13
VSS57
M14
VSS58
N9
VSS59
N10
VSS60
N11
VSS61
N12
VSS62
N13
VSS63
N14
VSS64
P9
VSS65
P10
VSS66
P11
VSS67
P12
VSS68
P13
VSS69
P14
VSS70
2
G3
H2
G2
G1
H1
F3
F2
F1
M2
M1
R4
T2
R1
L4
R2
R3
T1
AB10
P4
L3
F21
C16
N20
N19
P22
N21
P1
P2
P3
N4
A4
B5
A5
B6
B7
A8
B8
A9
C8
C6
C7
C5
A6
A7
A3
B4
D11
A12
R22
A11
C12
C11
B11
B12
C10
B13
C13
A13
2
RN69
1
3
5
7
RN68
1
3
5
7
Date:
Size
B
Title
22/8P4R
2
4
6
8
22/8P4R
2
4
6
8
25
25
25
25
14
14
15
14,30
14,30
15,30
30
30
30
18
18
6
4
4
22,30
30
30
30
30
8
8
4
4
4
4
4,18
4
4
4
4
22,30
22,30
4
8
Wednesday, March 08, 2000
AB-SL30 V0.12
Document Number
Sheet
1
12
of
32
301,1%
0.01UF
Place as close as
Possible to ICH
and via straight
to VSS plane
PR26
BC119
301,1%
PR25
VCC1_8
PR27 Place R as
Close as
40,1% possible to
ICH
VCC1_8
ABIT Computer Corp.
LAN_TXD1
25
LAN_TXD2
25
LAN_CLK
25
LAN_RSTSYNC 25
LAN_RXD0
LAN_RXD1
LAN_RXD2
LAN_TXD0
PGNT#0
PGNT#1
PGNT#2
PREQ#0
PREQ#1
PREQ#2
PREQ#3
PREQ#4
PREQ#5
IRQ14
IRQ15
APICCLK_ICH
APICD1
APICD0
SERIRQ
ICH_IRQ#A
ICH_IRQ#B
ICH_IRQ#C
ICH_IRQ#D
HLSTB
HLSTB#
A20M#
CPUSLP#
FERR#
IGNNE#
INIT#
INTR
NMI
SMI#
STPCLK#
KBRST#
A20GATE
CPU_PWGD
HL[0..10]
ICH2 PART 1
HL0
HL1
HL2
HL3
HL4
HL5
HL6
HL7
HL8
HL9
HL10
HL[0..10]
1
Rev
A
A
B
C
D
1
2
3
4
ABIT SL30
A
A
6
USBP0P
USBP0N
USBP1P
USBP1N
USBP2P
USBP2N
USBP3P
USBP3N
USBOC#0-1
USBOC#2-3
EE_CS
EE_DIN
EE_DOUT
EE_SHCLK
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
25
25
25
25
VCC5
ICH_CLK14
BATTERY
BAT1
JP1
10M
Y2
10M
C96
RN71 15/8P4R
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
560K
R271
CP1
22
18,22
18,22
18,22
18,22
18,22
25,29
20,25
20,25
20,25,29
X18PF
20,25,30
25,30
25,29
C88
6
6
560K 47PF/8P4C
R164
OVT#
SLP_S3#
SLP_S5#
PWROK
GPIO25
22
PWRBTN#
23,30 ICH_RI#
22
RSMRST#
22,30
6,22,28
28
22,26
30
C
LDRQ#0
LAD0
LAD1
LAD2
LAD3
LFRAME#
AC_RST#
AC_SYNC
AC_BITCLK
AC_SDOUT
AC_SDIN0
AC_SDIN1
ICH_SPKR
VBIAS
RTCX1
RTCX2
RTCRST#
USBCLK
ICH_3V66
22
SUSCLK
6,9,10,22,25,30 SMBDATA
6,9,10,22,25,30 SMBCLK
30
SMBALERT#
22,26 CASEOPEN#
RN70 15/8P4R
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
18PF
X10P
18PF
32.768KHZ
R149
10
C102
B
2200PF
C110
1.0UF
C113
1.0UF
C104
R141
C103
R162
1K
SS12/SMD
CCM0S
100
R187
3
2
1
15K
R174
1K
R181
D12
R134
Q16
2N3904
B
2
4
6
8
2
4
6
8
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
2
4
6
8
2
4
6
8
1
3
5
7
C
1
3
5
7
47PF/8P4C
CP2
K4
K3
J4
J3
W19
Y20
Y21
W20
W17
Y18
AB19
AA19
W18
Y19
AB20
AA20
Y12
W12
AB13
AB12
AB11
Y13
W13
V22
P19
R19
P21
Y22
W22
N22
T21
U22
T22
T20
M19
P20
D4
W15
V21
AA13
W16
AB18
R20
Y16
W21
AA17
R21
Y17
AA18
AA16
AB16
AB17
T19
ICH2_5
EE_CS
EE_DIN
EE_DOUT
EE_SHCLK
OC#0
OC#1
OC#2
OC#3
USBP0P
USBP0N
USBP1P
USBP1N
USBP2P
USBP2N
USBP3P
USBP3N
LAD0/FWH0
LAD1/FWH1
LAD2/FWH2
LAD3/FWH3
LFRAME#/FWH4
LDRQ#0
LDRQ#1
AC_RST#
AC_SYNC
AC_BITCLK
AC_SDOUT
AC_SDIN0
AC_SDIN1
SPKR
VBIAS
RTCX1
RTCX2
RTCRST#
CLK14
CLK48
CLK66
GPIO25
GPIO24
THRM#
SLP_S3#
SLP_S5#
PWROK
RSM_PWROK
PWRBTN#
RI#
RSMRST#
SUS_STAT#
SUSCLK
SMBDATA
SMBCLK
SMBALTER#/GPI11
INTRUDER#
U12B
VCCRTC
U21
VCCRTC
D12
D13
VCPU1
VCPU2
VCC5SBY
M20
K2
D
D
SMLINK0
SMLINK1
VRMPWRGD
TP0
FS0
SDD0
SDD1
SDD2
SDD3
SDD4
SDD5
SDD6
SDD7
SDD8
SDD9
SDD10
SDD11
SDD12
SDD13
SDD14
SDD15
PDD0
PDD1
PDD2
PDD3
PDD4
PDD5
PDD6
PDD7
PDD8
PDD9
PDD10
PDD11
PDD12
PDD13
PDD14
PDD15
PDDREQ
SDDREQ
PDDACK#
SDDACK#
PDIOR#
SDIOR#
PDIOW#
SDIOW#
PIORDY
SIORDY
PDA0
PDA1
PDA2
SDA0
SDA1
SDA2
PDCS#1
SDCS#1
PDSC#3
SDCS#3
V5R1
V5R2
V19
V5R_SUS
U19
V20
B15
U20
AA12
D18
B19
D19
A20
C20
C21
D22
E20
D21
C22
D20
B20
C19
A19
C18
A18
H19
H22
J19
J22
K21
L20
M21
M22
L22
L21
K22
K20
J21
J20
H21
H20
G22
B18
F22
B17
G19
D17
G21
C17
G20
A17
F20
F19
E22
A16
D16
B16
18
15,25,30
15,25,30
27
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
D8
R129
18
18
18
18
18
4
R324
SS12/SMD
1K
1K
VCC3_3
VCC5
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Sheet
ABIT Computer Corp.
AB-SL30 V0.12
Document Number
ICH2 PART 2
SDD[0..15]
SMLINK0
SMLINK1
VRM_PWRGD
PDD[0..15]
SDA[0..2]
PDREQ
SDREQ
PDDACK#
SDDACK#
PDIOR#
SDIOR#
PDIOW#
SDIOW#
PIORDY
SIORDY
Date:
Size
B
Title
PDD0
PDD1
PDD2
PDD3
PDD4
PDD5
PDD6
PDD7
PDD8
PDD9
PDD10
PDD11
PDD12
PDD13
PDD14
PDD15
PDD[0..15]
SDD0
SDD1
SDD2
SDD3
SDD4
SDD5
SDD6
SDD7
SDD8
SDD9
SDD10
SDD11
SDD12
SDD13
SDD14
SDD15
SDD[0..15]
PDA[0..2]
PDA0
PDA1
PDA2
SDA0
SDA1
SDA2
SDA[0..2]
0.1UF
BC197
PDCS#1
SDCS#1
PDCS#3
SDCS#3
PDA[0..2]
0.1UF
1.0UF
E21
C15
E19
D15
BC125
C91
VCMOS
E
13
V3SB
of
32
Rev
A
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
SERR#
AD[0..31]
ABIT SL30
12,15 C_BE#[0..3]
12,15
15,30 ACK64#
12,15,30
12,15,30 PLOCK#
12,15,30 PERR#
12,15,30 DEVSEL#
IRDY#
PREQ#0
12,30
12,15,30
PCLK_1
6
11,15,30 PIRQ#B
15,30
PIRQ#D
ACK64#
AD1
AD5
AD3
AD8
AD7
AD12
AD10
C_BE#1
AD14
PERR#
AD17
C_BE#2
AD21
AD19
C_BE#3
AD23
AD27
AD25
AD31
AD29
A
C_BE#[0..3]
AD[0..31]
A
B52
B53
B54
B55
B56
B57
B58
B59
B60
B61
B62
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
B10
B11
B12
B13
B14
B15
B16
B17
B18
B19
B20
B21
B22
B23
B24
B25
B26
B27
B28
B29
B30
B31
B32
B33
B34
B35
B36
B37
B38
B39
B40
B41
B42
B43
B44
B45
B46
B47
B48
B49
VCC12-
VCC5
VCC3_3
PCI1
PCI_CON_32BIT
AD8
AD7
+3.3V
AD5
AD3
GND
AD1
+5V(I/O)
ACK64#
+5V
+5V
-12V
TCK
GND
TDO
+5V
+5V
INTB#
INTD#
PRSNT#1
RESERVED
PRSNT#2
GND
GND
RESERVED
GND
CLK
GND
REQ#
+5V(I/O)
AD31
AD29
GND
AD27
AD25
+3.3V
C/BE#3
AD23
GND
AD21
AD19
+3.3V
AD17
C/BE#2
GND
IRDY#
+3.3V
DEVSEL#
GND
LOCK#
PERR#
+3.3V
SERR#
+3.3V
C/BE#1
AD14
GND
AD12
AD10
GND
B
C/BE#0
+3.3V
AD6
AD4
GND
AD2
AD0
+5V(I/O)
REQ64#
+5V
+5V
TRST#
+12V
TMS
TDI
+5V
INTA#
INTC#
+5V
RESERVED
+5V(I/O)
RESERVED
GND
GND
RESERVED
RST#
+5V(I/O)
GNT
GND
PME#
AD30
+3.3V
AD28
AD26
GND
AD24
IDSEL
+3.3
AD22
AD20
GND
AD18
AD16
+3.3V
FRAME#
GND
TRDY#
GND
STOP#
+3.3V
SDONE
SBO#
GND
PAR
AD15
+3.3V
AD13
AD11
GND
AD9
B
A52
A53
A54
A55
A56
A57
A58
A59
A60
A61
A62
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
A23
A24
A25
A26
A27
A28
A29
A30
A31
A32
A33
A34
A35
A36
A37
A38
A39
A40
A41
A42
A43
A44
A45
A46
A47
A48
A49
VCC12
VCC5
AD2
AD0
AD6
AD4
C_BE#0
AD9
AD13
AD11
AD15
AD18
AD16
AD22
AD20
AD24
R_AD16
AD28
AD26
AD30
V3SB
VCC3_3
PGNT#0
REQ64#1
PAR
STOP#
TRDY#
FRAME#
R133
100
30
C
12,15
12,15,30
12,15,30
12,15,30
AD16
11,12,15,23
11,15,30
12
PCI_RST#
PCI_PME#
11,15,30
15,30
PIRQ#A
PIRQ#C
C
12,30
6
PREQ#1
PCLK_2
ACK64#
AD1
AD5
AD3
AD8
AD7
AD12
AD10
C_BE#1
AD14
SERR#
PLOCK#
PERR#
DEVSEL#
IRDY#
AD17
C_BE#2
AD21
AD19
C_BE#3
AD23
AD27
AD25
AD31
AD29
PIRQ#C
PIRQ#A
D
B52
B53
B54
B55
B56
B57
B58
B59
B60
B61
B62
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
B10
B11
B12
B13
B14
B15
B16
B17
B18
B19
B20
B21
B22
B23
B24
B25
B26
B27
B28
B29
B30
B31
B32
B33
B34
B35
B36
B37
B38
B39
B40
B41
B42
B43
B44
B45
B46
B47
B48
B49
VCC5
VCC12-
VCC3_3
D
PCI2
PCI_CON_32BIT
AD8
AD7
+3.3V
AD5
AD3
GND
AD1
+5V(I/O)
ACK64#
+5V
+5V
-12V
TCK
GND
TDO
+5V
+5V
INTB#
INTD#
PRSNT#1
RESERVED
PRSNT#2
GND
GND
RESERVED
GND
CLK
GND
REQ#
+5V(I/O)
AD31
AD29
GND
AD27
AD25
+3.3V
C/BE#3
AD23
GND
AD21
AD19
+3.3V
AD17
C/BE#2
GND
IRDY#
+3.3V
DEVSEL#
GND
LOCK#
PERR#
+3.3V
SERR#
+3.3V
C/BE#1
AD14
GND
AD12
AD10
GND
Date:
Size
B
Title
A52
A53
A54
A55
A56
A57
A58
A59
A60
A61
A62
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
A23
A24
A25
A26
A27
A28
A29
A30
A31
A32
A33
A34
A35
A36
A37
A38
A39
A40
A41
A42
A43
A44
A45
A46
A47
A48
A49
PIRQ#B
PIRQ#D
AD2
AD0
AD6
AD4
C_BE#0
AD9
AD13
AD11
PAR
AD15
STOP#
TRDY#
FRAME#
AD18
AD16
AD22
AD20
AD24
R_AD17
AD28
AD26
PCI_PME#
AD30
PCI_RST#
VCC3_3
V3SB
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REQ64#2
of
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PGNT#1
ABIT Computer Corp.
AB-SL30 V0.12
Document Number
PCI 1 & 2
C/BE#0
+3.3V
AD6
AD4
GND
AD2
AD0
+5V(I/O)
REQ64#
+5V
+5V
TRST#
+12V
TMS
TDI
+5V
INTA#
INTC#
+5V
RESERVED
+5V(I/O)
RESERVED
GND
GND
RESERVED
RST#
+5V(I/O)
GNT
GND
PME#
AD30
+3.3V
AD28
AD26
GND
AD24
IDSEL
+3.3
AD22
AD20
GND
AD18
AD16
+3.3V
FRAME#
GND
TRDY#
GND
STOP#
+3.3V
SDONE
SBO#
GND
PAR
AD15
+3.3V
AD13
AD11
GND
AD9
VCC12
VCC5
E
30
12
32
Rev
A
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
SERR#
AD[0..31]
ABIT SL30
12,14 C_BE#[0..3]
12,14
14,30 ACK64#
12,14,30
12,14,30 PLOCK#
12,14,30 PERR#
12,14,30 DEVSEL#
IRDY#
PREQ#2
12,14,30
PCLK_3
6
12,30
14,30
PIRQ#D
11,14,30 PIRQ#B
A
A
C_BE#[0..3]
AD[0..31]
ACK64#
AD1
AD5
AD3
AD8
AD7
AD12
AD10
C_BE#1
AD14
PERR#
AD17
C_BE#2
AD21
AD19
C_BE#3
AD23
AD27
AD25
AD31
AD29
B52
B53
B54
B55
B56
B57
B58
B59
B60
B61
B62
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
B10
B11
B12
B13
B14
B15
B16
B17
B18
B19
B20
B21
B22
B23
B24
B25
B26
B27
B28
B29
B30
B31
B32
B33
B34
B35
B36
B37
B38
B39
B40
B41
B42
B43
B44
B45
B46
B47
B48
B49
VCC12-
VCC5
VCC3_3
PCI3
PCI_CON_32BIT
AD8
AD7
+3.3V
AD5
AD3
GND
AD1
+5V(I/O)
ACK64#
+5V
+5V
-12V
TCK
GND
TDO
+5V
+5V
INTB#
INTD#
PRSNT#1
RESERVED
PRSNT#2
GND
GND
RESERVED
GND
CLK
GND
REQ#
+5V(I/O)
AD31
AD29
GND
AD27
AD25
+3.3V
C/BE#3
AD23
GND
AD21
AD19
+3.3V
AD17
C/BE#2
GND
IRDY#
+3.3V
DEVSEL#
GND
LOCK#
PERR#
+3.3V
SERR#
+3.3V
C/BE#1
AD14
GND
AD12
AD10
GND
B
C/BE#0
+3.3V
AD6
AD4
GND
AD2
AD0
+5V(I/O)
REQ64#
+5V
+5V
TRST#
+12V
TMS
TDI
+5V
INTA#
INTC#
+5V
RESERVED
+5V(I/O)
RESERVED
GND
GND
RESERVED
RST#
+5V(I/O)
GNT
GND
PME#
AD30
+3.3V
AD28
AD26
GND
AD24
IDSEL
+3.3
AD22
AD20
GND
AD18
AD16
+3.3V
FRAME#
GND
TRDY#
GND
STOP#
+3.3V
SDONE
SBO#
GND
PAR
AD15
+3.3V
AD13
AD11
GND
AD9
B
A52
A53
A54
A55
A56
A57
A58
A59
A60
A61
A62
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
A23
A24
A25
A26
A27
A28
A29
A30
A31
A32
A33
A34
A35
A36
A37
A38
A39
A40
A41
A42
A43
A44
A45
A46
A47
A48
A49
VCC12
VCC5
AD2
AD0
AD6
AD4
C_BE#0
AD9
AD13
AD11
AD15
AD18
AD16
AD22
AD20
AD24
R_AD18
AD28
AD26
AD30
V3SB
VCC3_3
PGNT#2
REQ64#3
PAR
SMLINK0
SMLINK1
STOP#
TRDY#
FRAME#
R148
100
30
C
12,14
13,25,30
13,25,30
12,14,30
12,14,30
12,14,30
AD18
11,12,14,23
11,14,30
12
PCI_RST#
PCI_PME#
14,30
11,14,30
PIRQ#C
PIRQ#A
C
D
D
Date:
Size
B
Title
PCI 3
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A
1
2
3
4
A
B
C
D
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ABIT Computer Corp.
Date:
Size
B
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AB-SL30 V0.12
Document Number
16
of
32
Rev
A
E
Sheet
1
1
ABIT SL30
Title
2
2
This Page Is
Left Blank.
E
3
D
3
C
4
B
4
A
1
2
3
4
ABIT SL30
VID_BLUE
3VDDCDA
3VDDCCL
CRT_HSYNC
CRT_VSYNC
3VFTSDA
3VFTSCL
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
FTD[0..11]
VID_GREEN
8
8
VID_RED
8
A
7,18,22,30 PCIRST#
A
FTD[0..11]
3.3PF
C43
FTD9
FTD10
FTD11
FTD6
FTD7
FTD8
FTD3
FTD4
FTD5
FTD0
FTD1
FTD2
3
4
7
8
11
14
17
18
21
22
1
13
1
3.3PF
C47
1
3.3PF
C50
3VHTPLG
75,1%
PR10
75,1%
PR11
75,1%
PR12
1
X10PF
C45
X10PF
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
B10
B11
B12
B13
B14
B15
B16
B17
B18
B19
B20
B
X_VBUS
FTD0
FTD1
FTD2
GND(1)
FTD3
FTD4
FTD5
GND(2)
FTD6
FTD7
FTD8
GND(3)
FTD9
FTD10
FTD11
VCC(1)
VCC(3)
VCC18(3)
VCC3(3)
GND(5)
VL1
VCC 24
1B1 2
1A1
1B2 5
1A2
1B3 6
1A3
1B4 9
1A4
1B5 10
1A5
SSOP24
2B1 15
2A1
2B2 16
2A2
2B3 19
2A3
2B4 20
2A4
2B5 23
2A5
BEA#
BEB# GND 12
U8
QST3384
BEAD
2
VFB1
5VDDCDA
5VDDCCL
5VHSYNC
5VVSYNC
5VHTPLG
5VFTSDA
5VFTSCL
FTCLK0
FTCLK1
VCC3(1)
FTBLNK#
FTHSYNC
FTVSYNC
SL_STALL
VCC18(1)
3VFTSCL
3VFTSDA
3VHTPLG
VCC(2)
PCIRST#
VCC3(2)
GND(4)
VCC18(2)
5VHTPLG
5VFTSDA
5VFTSCL
VCC(4)
4.7K
4.7K
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
R96
R97
0.22UF0.22UF
BC224 BC225
8
7
6
5
BEAD
3
2
1
C
C
PAC-VGA201/QSOP
DDC_OUT1
DDC_OUT2
SYNC_IN1
SYNC_OUT1
SYNC_IN2
SYNC_OUT2
SD1
SD2
VCC3_3 VCC1_8 VCC5
VCC2
POWER_UP
GND
VIDEO_3
VIDEO_2
VIDEO_1
VCC1
VCC3
U28
0.22UF
BC223
4
C46
X10PF
C49
VCC5 VCC1_8
2
VFB2
BEAD
2
VFB3
B
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
2
4
6
8
33
RN41 2.2K/8P4R
1
3
5
7
22PF
C55
R85
4.7K
R95
10PF
C54
D
0.1UF
BC86
1N4148
D4
22PF
C57
R87
R322
R321
D
VCC5
33
10
10
Date:
B
Size
Title
10PF
C56
1K
R73
2
C53
BEAD
ABIT Computer Corp.
8
8
8
8
8
8
Wednesday, March 08, 2000
AB-SL30 V0.12
Document Number
E
Sheet
17
of
VGA_CONN
VGA1
FTBLNK#
FTHSYNC
FTVSYNC
SL_STALL
6
1
11
7
2
12
8
3
13
9
4
14
10
5
15
E
FTCLK0
FTCLK1
DDCCL
MON2PU
VS
BV
HS
GV
DDCDA
RV
MONOPU
VIDEO BUS & CONNECTOR
1K
0.22UF
FB11
BC68
FUSE_1.0A
R84
VCC5
F5
10PF 10PF
C48
1
32
A
Rev
1
2
3
4
A
B
C
D
LAD0
LAD1
LAD2
13,22
13,22
13,22
8
ABIT SL30
GPIO23
12
7,17,22,30 PCIRST#
8
R206
0.1UF
BC173
7
8.2K
VCC3_3
7
0
R207
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
FWH32
VPP
RST#
FGPI3
FGPI2
FGPI1
FGPI0
WP#
TBL#
ID3
ID2
ID1
ID0
FWH0
FWH1
FWH2
GND
U23
FWH
6
VCC
CLK
FGPI4
IC
GNDA
VCCA
GND
VCC
INIT#
FWH4
RFU
RFU
RFU
RFU
RFU
FWH3
6
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
VCC3_3
R211
0.1UF
BC175
5
8.2K
0.1UF
BC177
5
LAD3
INIT#
LFRAME#
PCLK_8
0.1UF
BC178
13,22
4,12
13,22
6
SDREQ
SDIOW#
SDIOR#
SIORDY
SDDACK#
IRQ15
13
13
13
13
13
12
4
13
25
SDA[0..2]
SDCS#1
IDEACTS#
VCC3_3
SDD[0..15]
13
PDCS#1
IDEACTP#
VCC3_3
PDREQ
PDIOW#
PDIOR#
PIORDY
PDDACK#
IRQ14
IDERST#
PDA[0..2]
PDD[0..15]
13
13
25
13
13
13
13
13
12
30
13
13
4
R75
IDERST#
SDA[0..2]
SDD[0..15]
R83
IDERST#
PDA[0..2]
PDD[0..15]
4.7K
3
4.7K
R76
VCC3_3
4.7K
4.7K
R79
VCC3_3
3
47PF
C44
47PF
C51
SDA2
SDA1
SDA0
R112
SDD7
SDD6
SDD5
SDD4
SDD3
SDD2
SDD1
SDD0
PDA2
PDA1
PDA0
R113
PDD7
PDD6
PDD5
PDD4
PDD3
PDD2
PDD1
PDD0
IDE
Date:
Size
B
Title
33
33
IDE1
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
IDE2
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
SDD8
SDD9
SDD10
SDD11
SDD12
SDD13
SDD14
SDD15
2
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AB-SL30 V0.12
Document Number
Sheet
18
of
13
SDCS#3
13
12
12
1
1
S66DET
PDCS#3
P66DET
ABIT Computer Corp.
15K
R70
470
R69
15K
R80
470
R82
PDD8
PDD9
PDD10
PDD11
PDD12
PDD13
PDD14
PDD15
FWH & UDAM100 IDE 1-2
PIN_2X20
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
PIN_2X20
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
2
32
Rev
A
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
AGPUSBN
AGPUSBP
11
11
8
ABIT SL30
CNRUSBN
CNRUSBP
25
25
USBOC#2-3
13
USBP2N
USBP2P
USBP3N
USBP3P
AGP_OC#
13
13
13
13
CNR_OC#
11
USBP0N
USBP0P
USBP1N
USBP1P
USBOC#0-1
25
13
13
13
13
13
8
X0
X0
7
RN73
15K/8P4R
R269
R268
R266 R267
330K 330K
V3SB
RN72
15K/8P4R
7
1
3
5
7
2
4
6
8
1
3
5
7
2
4
6
8
F7
VCC5DUAL
F4
VCC5DUAL
6
FUSE_1.0A
FUSE_1.0A
6
C122
470PF
+ EC39
100UF
2
BEAD
1
470PF
FB25
BC4
BEAD
FB8
+ EC18
2
100UF
1
5
5
1
FB29
1
FB24
1
1
4
BEAD
2 FB28
BEAD
2 FB23
4
1
BEAD
2 FB27
BEAD
2 FB22
1
1
1
BEAD
2 FB26
BEAD
2 FB21
3
BEAD
2
BEAD
2
3
2
4
6
8
2
4
6
8
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
Date:
Size
B
Title
47PF/8P4C
CP4
47PF/8P4C
CP3
2
4
6
8
2
4
6
8
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
2
1
2
USB1
2
4
6
8
HEADER_2
2
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AB-SL30 V0.12
Document Number
Sheet
19
Pin 1 near USB2 Pin 4
Pin 2 near USB2 Pin 6
Pin 1 near USB2 Pin 3
Pin 2 near USB2 Pin 5
ABIT Computer Corp.
JP5
JP5
JP4
JP4
HEADER 4X2
1
3
5
7
USB2
USB_CON2
VCC0
DATA0DATA0+
GND0
VCC1
DATA1DATA1+
GND1
HEADER_2
USB 0-3
JP5
JP4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
1
1
of
32
Rev
A
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
8
ABIT SL30
25 AC97SPKR
21 LNLVL_OUT_R
21 LNLVL_OUT_L
21 AUX_L
21 AUX_R
21 CD_R
21 CD_L
21 CD_REF
21 LINE_IN_R
21 LINE_IN_L
21 MIC_IN
7
7
R154
10K
R155
1K
6
0.1UF
BC141
6
MC58
MC56
X1UF
1UF
5
5
C94
MC53
PC_BEEP
LINE_IN_R
LINE_IN_L
MIC1
MIC2
CD_R
CD_L
CD_REF
VIDEO_R
VIDEO_L
AUX_L
AUX_R
PHONE
MONO_OUT
LINE_OUT_R
LINE_OUT_L
LNLVL_OUT_R
LNLVL_OUT_L
2700PF 2700PF 1UF
C95
12
24
23
21
22
20
18
19
17
16
14
15
13
37
36
35
41
39
0.1UF
BC140
VCC3_3
1UF
MC54
29
AFILT1
D
8
DVSS1
4
AFILT2
30
1
FILT_L
4
4
0.1UF
MC52
32
DVDD1
0.1UF
BC139
7
0.1UF
MC55
0.1UF
BC136
2.2UF
MC48
3
22PF
C98
24.576MHZ
Y1
CS1
CS0
CHAIN_CLK
EAPD
RESET#
SDATA_OUT
SDATA_IN
SYNC
BIT_CLK
3
10PF
C99
R253
22PF
C97
X0
CS4299
46
45
48
47
11
5
8
10
6
U15
0.1UF
BC129
"SINGLE POINT CONNECTION"
4.7UF
MC46
0.1UF
MC51
PFB6
BEAD
VCC5
AC’97
CODEC
DVSS2
RX3D
33
FILT_R
31
1
2
38
AVDD2
9
DVDD2
CX3D
34
AVSS2
26
AVSS1
42
VREF
27
VREFOUT
28
XTL_OUT
3
25
AVDD1
40
44
43
NC40
NC44
NC43
XTL_IN
2
Date:
Size
B
Title
1K
21
2
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Document Number
Sheet
ABIT Computer Corp.
AUD_VREFOUT 21
EAPD
PRI_DWN_RST# 29
AC_SDOUT
13,25,29
AC_SDIN0
13,25,30
AC_SYNC
13,25
AC_BITCLK
13,25
AC97 CODEC
R254
1K
R252
VCC5_AUDIO
2
20
1
1
of
32
Rev
B
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
LINE_IN_L
20
MIC_IN
8
ABIT SL30
20
20 AUD_VREFOUT
LINE_IN_R
20
20 EAPD
20 LNLVL_OUT_R
20 LNLVL_OUT_L
8
1UF
MC41
1UF
7
100PF
100PF
C85
0.01UF
1K
R120
2.2K
R119
C86
C80
R121
1K
1
6
100PF
C76
BEAD
FB16
2
MC42
1
5
1
BEAD
FB15
2
5
PHONEJACK
JK3
Microphone Input
PHONEJACK
JK2
Line_In Analog Input
FB17
2
BEAD
R122
1K
6
1UF
MC44
20K
R127
MC45
1UF
20K
R132
1UF
MC47
7
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
CD_INR
AUX_INR
AUX_INL
CD_ING
CD_INL
4
"SINGLE POINT CONNECTION"
2.54_WAFER_4
AUX1
1
2
3
4
2mm_WAFER_4
CD1
2.54_WAFER_4
CD2
3
1
2
3
4
LM4880
OUTA
INA
BYPASS
GND
U11
100UF
1K
R116
1K
R117
1K
R115
8
7
6
5
3
1UF
MC36
R125
220K
VDD
OUTB
INB
SHUTDN
1UF
Date:
Size
B
Title
100PF
C84
2
2
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AB-SL30 0.12
1UF
1UF
MC38
1UF
MC39
MC43
C90
100PF
Sheet
ABIT Computer Corp.
100PF
C82
R128
20K
PHONEJACK
JK1
Document Number
AUDIO I/O
100PF
C83
100PF
C79
0.1UF
BC123
R124
220K
100PF
100PF
VCC5_AUDIO
C74
C75
R118
220K
MC37
100PF
C81
BEAD
FB14
2
C78
1
R105
20
BEAD
20
FB13
2
100UF
1
R104
C77
Stereo HP/Spkr out
CD Analog Input
20K
100PF
MC40
1UF
R126
C87
4
+
+
21
AUX_R
AUX_L
1
CD_REF
CD_L
CD_R
1
of
32
20
20
20
20
20
Rev
A
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
ABIT SL30
8
VCC5
VCCRTC
THRMDN
VCC5
-5VIN
-12VIN
+12VIN
+3.3VIN
VTT
VCORE
HM_VREF
VTIN3
FANPWM2
FANPWM1
BEEP
MIDI_IN
MIDI_OUT
J1BUTTON2
J2BUTTON2
JOY1Y
JOY2Y
JOY2X
JOY1X
J2BUTTON1
J1BUTTON1
26
26
25
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
13,18
13,18
13,18
13,18
13,18
LAD3
LAD2
LAD1
LAD0
LFRAME#
13
LDRQ#0
12,30 SERIRQ
6
SIO_CLK24
12,30 LPC_PME#
6
PCLK_7
VID3
VID2
VID1
VID0
FANIO3
FANIO2
FANIO1
3,27
3,27
3,27
3,27
26
26
26
4,26 VTIN2
26
VTIN1
13,30 OVT#
4,26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
6,9,10,13,25,30 SMBCLK
6,9,10,13,25,30 SMBDATA
7
7
BC161
0.1UF
BC154
0.1UF
BEAD
1
BEAD
FB20
2
FDC1
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
HEADER_17X2
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
HEAD#
MOA#
DSB#
DSA#
MOB#
DIR#
STEP#
WD#
WE#
DS1#
RWC#
BC172
0.1UF
R185
300
R193
300
6
VTIN2
VTIN1
OVT#
VID4
VID3
VID2
VID1
VID0
FANIO3
FANIO2
FANIO1
VCC
FANPWM2
FANPWM1
VSS
BEEP
MSI/GP20
MSO/IRQIN0
GPSA2/GP17
GPSB2/GP16
GPY1/GP15
GPY2/P16/GP14
GPX2/P15/GP13
GPX1/P14/GP12
GPSB1/P13/GP11
GPSA1/P12/GP10
IOAVCC
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
FDD Signals Trace 8 or 10 mil
1
FB19
2
6
5
4
102
101
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
W83627HF
VTIN3
VREF
VCOREA
VCOREB
+3.3VIN
AVCC
+12VIN
-12VIN
-5VIN
AGND
SCL/GP21
SDA/GP22
PLED/GP23
WDTO/GP24
IRRX/GP25
IRTX/GP26
VSS
RIB#
DCDB#
SOUTB
SINB
DTRB#
RTSB#
DSRB#
CTSB#
VCC
CASEOPEN#
SUSCLKIN
VBAT
SUSCIN/GP30
PWRCTL#/GP31
PWROK/GP32
RSMRST#/GP33
CIRRX/GP34
PSIN#
PSOUT#
MDAT
MCLK
DRVDEN0
DRVDEN1
INDEX#
MOA#
DSB#
DSA#
MOB#
DIR#
STEP#
WD#
WE#
VCC
TRAK0#
WP#
RDATA#
HEAD#
DSKCHG#
CLKIN
PME#
VSS
PCICLK
LDRQ#
SERIRQ
LAD3
LAD2
LAD1
LAD0
VCC3V
LFRAME#
LRESET#
SLCT
PE
BUSY
ACK#
PD7
PD6
PD5
PD4
5
4
BC162
.1U
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
BC155
.1U
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
U17
3
VCC3_3
VCC5
W83627HF
SUSLED/GP35
KDAT
KCLK
VSB
KBRST
GA20M
KBLOCK#
RIA#
DCDA#
VSS
SOUTA
SINA
DTRA#
RTSA#
DSRA#
CTSA#
VCC
STB#
AFD#
ERR#
INIT#
SLIN#
PD0
PD1
PD2
PD3
R166
0
3
V3SB
R167
10K
Date:
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B
Title
VCC5SBY
VCC5SBY
R157
10K
MDAT
MCLK
7,17,18,30
PCIRST#
ABIT Computer Corp.
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
PDR0
PDR1
PDR2
PDR3
PDR4
PDR5
PDR6
PDR7
ACK#
BUSY
PE
SLCT
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
TXD0
RXD0
DTR#0
RTS#0
DSR#0
CTS#0
STB#
AFD#
ERR#
PAR_INIT#
SLIN#
12,30
12,30
25
23
23
KBRST#
A20GATE
KEYLOCK#
RI#0
DCD#0
25
24
24
24
24
PWRBTN#
SUSLED
KDAT
KCLK
25
13
PANSWIN
13
13,26
RSMRST#
PWROK
6,13,28
SLP_S3#
26
SUSCLK
PS_ON
13,26
13
CASEOPEN#
24
24
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
IRRX
IRTX
RI#1
DCD#1
TXD1
RXD1
DTR#1
RTS#1
DSR#1
CTS#1
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LPC I/O CONTROLLER & FDC
BC151
0.1UF
VCC5
2
22
1
1
of
32
Rev
A
A
B
C
D
1
2
3
4
PAR_INIT#
SLIN#
STB#
PDR0
PDR1
PDR2
PDR3
SLCT
PDR4
PE
PDR5
BUSY
PDR6
PDR7
ACK#
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
A
ERR#
22
ABIT SL30
AFD#
ICH_RI#
22
13,30
11,12,14,15 PCI_PME#
A
RI1
RI0
100
R229
4.7K
R230
10K
R109
10K
R107
R110
2.2K
R108
2.2K
3
2
1
HEADER_3*1(2MM)
WOL1
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
SI9
SI8
P5
SI7
P4
SI6
P3
SI5
SI4
SI3
SI2
SI1
P2
P1
U5
B
PAC-S1284
P6
SO9
SO8
SO7
SO6
VCC
SO5
GND
SO4
SO3
SO2
SO1
P7
P8
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Parallel Port
Q15
2N3904
Q14
2N3904
WAKE ON MODEM
2N3904
Q21
VCC5SBY
WAKE ON LAN
B
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
DCD#1
DTR#1
CTS#1
TXD1
RTS#1
RXD1
DSR#1
RI#1
DCD#0
DTR#0
CTS#0
TXD0
RTS#0
RXD0
DSR#0
RI#0
VCC5
C
1
14
2
15
3
16
4
17
5
18
6
19
7
20
8
21
9
22
10
23
11
24
12
25
13
LPT
LPT1
SS12/SMD
BC49
.1U
D2
VCC12-
SS12/SMD
D6
C
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
10
11
GD75232
RY5
DA3
RY4
DA2
DA1
RY3
RY2
RY1
-12V
GND
U10
GD75232
RY5
DA3
RY4
DA2
DA1
RY3
RY2
RY1
-12V
GND
U9
RA5
DY3
RA4
DY2
DY1
RA3
RA2
RA1
12V
5V
RA5
DY3
RA4
DY2
DY1
RA3
RA2
RA1
12V
5V
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
20
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
20
VCC12
DCD1
DTR1
CTS1
TXDD1
RTS1
RXDD1
DSR1
RI1
DCD0
DTR0
CTS0
TXDD0
RTS0
RXDD0
DSR0
RI0
D7
D
SS12/SMD
VCC5
D
CN11
Date:
B
Size
Title
Wednesday, March 08, 2000
AB-SL30 V0.12
Document Number
CONNECTOR_DB9
COM1
100PF/8P4C
CN9
E
Sheet
2
4
6
8
10
23
of
HEADER_5X2
1
3
5
7
9
COM2
COM2
100PF/8P4C
CN2
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
COM1
E
ABIT Computer Corp.
WOL, WOR & 2S1P
100PF/8P4C
RTS1
RI1
CTS1
DSR1
DTR1
BC54 RXDD1
.1U
DCD1
TXDD1
100PF/8P4C
CN3
DCD0
DSR0
RXDD0
RTS0
TXDD0
BC99 CTS0
.1U
DTR0
RI0
2
4
6
8
2
4
6
8
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
2
4
6
8
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
2
4
6
8
2
4
6
8
2
4
6
8
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
2
4
6
8
2
4
6
8
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
32
A
Rev
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
JOY2Y
JOY1Y
J2BUTTON2
J1BUTTON2
MIDI_IN
22
22
22
22
22
IRRX
22
A
MCLK
22
ABIT SL30
IRTX
MDAT
22
22
KCLK
KDAT
22
22
MIDI_OUT
22
VCC5DUAL
J1BUTTON1
J2BUTTON1
JOY1X
JOY2X
22
22
22
22
A
C67
1000PF
C71
1000PF
C63
22PF
C65
22PF
IR1
RN4
8
6
4
2
F2
R18
F1
0
0
IR
HEADER_1X5
1
2
3
4
5
C68
22PF
R17
C66
22PF
C64
1000PF
R91
RN40
8
6
4
2
XFUSE_1.0A
4.7K/8P4R
7
5
3
1
8
6
4
2
B
2
2
BEAD
FB4
2
BEAD
FB6
2
1
1
7
5
3
1
7
5
3
1
BEAD
2
FB2
BEAD
BEAD
FB5
2
FB3
1
1
1
R93
4.7K
VCC5
BEAD
FB1
470PF8P4C
8
6
4
2
CN1
470PF
470PF/8P4C
470PF
1
C59
CN8
R94
4.7K
C62
47
1K/8P4R
7
5
3
1
1K/8P4R
7
5
3
1
XFUSE_1.0A
RN39
8
6
4
2
47
R98
4.7K
R99
C60
1000PF
VCC5
4.7K
R92
VCC5
R102
4.7K
VCC5
2.2UF
C1
BEAD
FB12
F6
2.2UF
C2
470PF/8P4C
CN10
R101
4.7K
VCC5
2
1
VCC5 VCC5
B
8
6
4
2
8
6
4
2
7
5
3
1
7
5
3
1
8
6
4
2
7
5
3
1
8
6
4
2
7
5
3
1
0
VCC5
1
9
2
10
3
11
4
12
5
13
6
14
7
15
8
GAME_PORT
J1
C
Keyboard
Mouse
KB/MOUSE
7
8
9
10
11
12
16
17
13
14
15
1
2
3
4
5
6
U1
Game Port
470PF
C73
JOY_2Y
JOY_1Y
J2BUT2
J1BUT2
MIDI_INPUT
MIDI_OUTPUT
J1BUT1
J2BUT1
JOY_1X
JOY_2X
470PF
C70
XFUSE_1.0A
R103
C
D
D
Date:
B
Size
Title
Wednesday, March 08, 2000
AB-SL30 V0.12
Document Number
E
Sheet
KB, MS, GAME ,WOL & IR
ABIT Computer Corp.
E
24
of
32
A
Rev
1
2
3
4
A
B
C
D
BEEP
22
AC97SPKR
8
ABIT SL30
20
13,29 ICH_SPKR
SUSLED
HWRST#
26
22
IDEACTS#
18
PANSWIN
22
IDEACTP#
EXTSMI#
18
KEYLOCK#
22
12
8
2
4
R256
0
XHEADER 2X2
1
3
JP2
R255
10K
VCC5
0.1UF
BC185
R223
10K
VCC5
R241
10K
7
R226
7
Q20
2N3904
R231
68
68
Q22
2N3904
R234
150
VCC5SBY
1N4148
1N4148
R232
D14
D15
R240
0
R242 R244
220
10K
VCC5SBY
0
BC184
0.1UF
33
R236
VCC5
R238
220
VCC5
R237
R243
150
VCC5
6
JP2
TRADITIONAL PC SOUND
1-2 ON ON BOARD BUZZ OR DIRECT TO SPKR
3-4 ON MIXED IN ON_BOARD AC97 CODEC
2.2K
Q19
2N3904
R235
10K
0.1UF
C119
R233
10K
V3SB
6
SMI_SW
PWR_SW
HDD LED
KEYLOCK
RESERVE
5
BUZZER
SP1
13
13
19
12
12
EE_SHCLK
EE_DOUT
CNR_OC#
LAN_RXD2
LAN_RXD0
12
LAN_TXD1
12 LAN_RSTSYNC
VCC5SBY
13,15,30 SMLINK1
13,15,30 SMLINK0
13,20 AC_SYNC
13,20,29 AC_SDOUT
13,20 AC_BITCLK
6,9,10,13,22,30 SMBCLK
29
PRI_DWN
GREEN LED
SPEAKER
RESET
HEADER_14
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
PN2
HEADER_14
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
PN1
5
R246
2.2K
4
R239
330
VCC5
R247
20K
1
2
3
4
5
LED
D16
SMBCON
CNR
RESERVED
RESERVED
GND
RESERVED
RESERVED
GND
LAN_TXD2
LAN_TXD0
GND
LAN_CLK
LAN_RXD1
RESERVED
USB+
GND
USB+12V
GND
+3.3VDUAL
+5VD
3
1
2
3
4
5
A20
A21
A22
A23
A24
A25
A26
A27
A28
A29
A30
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
SMBCON
SMB1
GND
EE_DIN
EE_CS
SMB_A1
SMB_A2
SMB_SDA
AC97_RESET#
RESERVED
AC97_SD_IN1
AC97_SD_IN0
GND
3
VCC5
GND
EE_DOUT
EE_SHCLK
GND
SMB_A0
SMB_SCL
PRIMARY_DN#
GND
AC97_SYNC
AC97_SD_OUT
AC97_BITCLK
RESERVED
RESERVED
RESERVED
GND
RESERVED
RESERVED
GND
LAN_TXD1
LAN_RSTSYNC
GND
LAN_RXD2
LAN_RXD0
GND
RESERVED
+5VDUAL
USB_OC#
GND
-12V
+3.3VD
CNRSLOT1
SMB2
B20
B21
B22
B23
B24
B25
B26
B27
B28
B29
B30
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
B10
B11
B12
B13
B14
B15
B16
B17
B18
B19
VCC3_3 VCC12-VCC5SBY
4
Date:
Size
B
Title
2
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AB-SL30 V0.12
Document Number
1
EE_DIN
EE_CS
Sheet
25
1
AC_SDIN1
AC_SDIN0
of
32
13,30
13,20,30
Rev
A
6,9,10,13,22,30
13,29
13
13
19
19
CNRUSBP
CNRUSBN
12
12
12
12
LAN_CLK
LAN_RXD1
LAN_TXD2
LAN_TXD0
SMBDATA
AC_RST#
ABIT Computer Corp.
R272 C125 R273 C126
15K
15K
47PF
47PF
FRONT PANEL & CNR
VCC12V3SB VCC5
2
A
B
C
D
1
2
3
4
PS_ON
VCCRTC
FANPWM2
FANPWM1
R213
R16
R216
ABIT SL30
S1
10M
510
510
A
HEADER_2PIN
If case is opened,
this switch should be closed.
13,22 CASEOPEN#
22
22
4 DBRESET#
25 HWRST#
22
A
Q1
2N7002
R10
4.7K
R11
Q17
2N7002
1K
1K
4.7K
R218
R217
VCC5
VCC_5-
+
22UF
EC35
22UF
EC3
HEADER_3
FAN3
3
2
1
+
VCC12
+
HEADER_3
FAN2
3
2
1
HEADER_3
FAN1
3
2
1
Q2
2N2907
+12CPUFAN
VCC12
22UF
EC38
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
B
1N4148
D5
PWR FAN
1K
R100
1K
1N4148
VCC5
R19
D1
CPU FAN
1K
1N4148
VCC5
14
1
7
6
12
74LVC14A
U20A
2
74LVC14A
U20F
74LVC14A
V3SB
13
5
U20C
FANIO3
FANIO2
FANIO1
CHASSIS FAN
BC165
.1U
R212
V3SB
100
VCC5SBY
VCC12
ATXPWROK
D13
VCC5
R245
R323
1K
V3SB
3.3V
3.3V
GND
+5V
GND
+5V
GND
PWROK
AUX5V
+12V
ATX_PWCON
3.3V
-12V
GND
PS_ON
GND
GND
GND
-5V
+5V
+5V
ATXPR1
Q18
2N2907
+12CHFAN
VCC12
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
22
22
22
3
13
1
BC164
.1U
VCC5SBY
C
2
12
4
C
74LVC06A
U19B
VCC5SBY
74LVC06A
U19F
VCC5SBY
VCC5
D10
1N4148
74LVC06A
U19A
VCC5SBY
14
7
VCC12-
B
4,22
4,22
22
VCC3_3
VTT1_5
VCCVID
VCC12
THRMDN
VTIN2
VTIN1
VTIN3
HM_VREF
22
R192
33K
22
2UF
C115
R190
15K
74LVC14A
8
11
D
56K,1%
PR33
56K,1%
PR35
28K,1%
PR37
3300PF
C118
30K
R210
PR38
Date:
B
Size
Title
120K,1%
PR32
232K,1%
10K
PR34
10K
R214
10K
R208
R209
10K,1%
PR36
10K,1%
PR39
10K,1%
10
HEADER_2
JP3
4.7K
R189
V3SB
E
PWROK
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AB-SL30 V0.12
Document Number
E
Sheet
ATX POWER & H/W MONITOR
ABIT Computer Corp.
26
VCC_5-
-5VIN
-12VIN
VCC12-
+3.3VIN
VTT
VCORE
+12VIN
Voltage Sensing
"power use"
10K_1%-THRM/0603
RT1
"system use"
X10K_1%-THRM/0603
RT2
74LVC06A
U19E
VCC5SBY
Temperature Sensing
9
U20D
D
1
2
VCC3_3
t
t
of
22
22
22
22
22
22
32
13,22
A
Rev
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
ABIT SL30
A
11
EC32
+
VCC1_8
VTT1_5
TYPEDET#
1500UF 1500UF
EC34
+
VDDQ
13 VRM_PWRGD
1500UF
EC31
+
L4
1500UF
EC25
+
R31
22
B
R32
1K
Q10
HUF75307D3S
TO-252
7UH
R191
R56
1500UF
33
100UF
EC30
+
14
15
19
18
16
10
11
HIP6020
VSEN4
DRIVE4
VSEN3
DRIVE3
VAUX
VSEN2
SELECT
PHASE2
UGATE2
OCSET2
U4
10
R36
VCC12
VID0
VID1
VID2
VID3
VID4
SS
COMP1
FB1
VSEN1
PGND
LGATE1
PHASE1
UGATE1
OCSET1
1K
R53
VCC3_3
"SINGLE POINT CONNECTION
1K
2
1
9
1UF
R55
VCC3_3
10
4.7K
R52
R54
VCC3_3
Q12
3055
TO-252
C13
33
C26
1000PF
1500UF
C32
+
D3
1N5820
EC29
+
Q11
HUF76107D3S
TO-252
B
28
VCC
4
A
PGOOD
8
FAULT/RT
13
GND
17
7
6
5
4
3
12
20
21
22
24
25
26
27
23
C
C
C17
0.01UF
20K
R43
10PF
55N03
Q9
TO-263
C16
C27
0.1UF
R38
0
R37
0
3.9K
R29
55N03
Q6
TO-263
1000PF
C11
VCCPWM
L3
1UH
VCC5
EC24
+
EC21
+
2.2K
270K
R42
3UH
R39
5.1K
R40
1000PF
C14
L1
EC1
+
EC4
+
EC8
+
EC13
+
EC12
+
EC2
+
EC7
+
D
ABIT Computer Corp.
E
Wednesday, March 08, 2000
AB-SL30 V0.12
Document Number
E
Sheet
VOLTAGE REGULATORS PART 1
Date:
B
Size
Title
VID0
VID1
VID2
VID3
VCCVID
1500UF 1500UF 1500UF 1500UF 1500UF 1500UF 1500UF 1500UF
EC9
+
C15
0.22UF
1500UF 1500UF 1500UF
EC23
+
D
27
3,22
3,22
3,22
3,22
of
32
A
Rev
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
ABIT SL30
A
VCC5
VCC3_3
VCC5SBY
6,13,22 SLP_S3#
13
SLP_S5#
V3SB
A
C18
1UF
EC20
+
10UF
NZT651/SOT223
Q4
EC15
+
100UF
EC22
+
100UF
0.1UF
C7
6
7
5
2
13
B
0.1UF
C4
R20
10K
4
9
3
100UF
EC17
+
VCC5SBY
B
1
1
2
3
4
D1
D1
D2
D2
DLA
5VDL
FDS8936 / SI9936
S1
G1
S2
G2
Q8
HIP6501
S3
S5
EN5VDL
EN3VDL
SS
VSEN2
DRV2
8
7
6
5
10
12
11
1UF
C5
16
15
1500UF
EC14
+
1UF
C8
C
EC10
+
VCC3SBY
C
VCC5DUAL
100UF
Q5
NDS356AP/SOT23
VCC5SBY
HUF76121D3S/TO252
Q7
100UF
10UF
U2
EC19
+
VCC3_3
EC11
+
VCC12
5VDLSB
3V3DL
FAULT/MSET
3V3DLSB
5VSB
14
12V
GND
8
10UF
+ EC40
V3SB
10UF
+ EC6
VCC5
3
3
VIN
Q24
VIN
Q3
ADJ
1
ADJ
1
2
2
D
60,1%
PR41
120,1%
PR40
LM1117ADJ
VOUT
100,1%
PR2
100,1%
PR3
LM1117ADJ
VOUT
D
Date:
B
Size
Title
10UF
+ EC41
V1_8SB
100UF
+ EC5
VCC2_5
Wednesday, March 08, 2000
AB-SL30 V0.12
Document Number
E
Sheet
VOLTAGE REGULATORS PART 2
ABIT Computer Corp.
E
28
of
32
A
Rev
1
2
3
4
C
R153
1.8K
R260
8.2K
R261
8.2K
R262
8.2K
R263
8.2K
D
SW2:7-8 ON BOARD AC97 CODEC
ON 7
PRIMARY CODEC
DISABLE
ON 8
PRI_DWN_RST# 20
6
6
13,20,25
13,25
7
R_REFCLK
FMOD0
FMOD1
AC_SDOUT
ICH_SPKR
7
R_BSEL#0
E
Rev
4
1
Date:
B
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Document Number
E
Sheet
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
ABIT Computer Corp.
29
of
32
STRAP(SPKR)
NO REBOOT ON 2ND WATCHDOG TIMEOUT
REBOOT ON 2ND WATCHDOG TIMEOUT
SW2:6
ON
OFF
Title
AC_SDOUT
USE CPU FREQ STRAP IN ICH REGISTER
FORCE CPU FREQ STRAP TO SAFE MODE(1111)
SW2:5
ON
OFF
SW2:3-4FSB / SYSTEM MEMORY
ON ON 66M/PC100
OFF ON 100M/PC100
OFF OFF 133M/PC100 OR PC133
SW2:1-2 FSB / SYSTEM MEMORY
ON1-2 CPU DEFAULT
OFF 1-2BY SW2:3-4
A
1
2
B
RN59
1.8K/8P4R
D
2
A
DIPSW-8
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
1N4148
D17
SW1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
V3SB
C
3
ABIT SL30
PRI_DWN
25
13,25 AC_RST#
BSEL#0
BSEL#1
4
4
B
3
4
A
2
4
6
8
1
3
5
7
1
2
3
4
PERR#
SERR#
PLOCK#
STOP#
DEVSEL#
TRDY#
IRDY#
FRAME#
A
ICH_IRQ#E
ICH_IRQ#F
ICH_IRQ#G
ICH_IRQ#H
12
12
12
12
ABIT SL30
ICH_IRQ#A
ICH_IRQ#B
ICH_IRQ#C
ICH_IRQ#D
12
12
12
12
PIRQ#A
PIRQ#B
PIRQ#C
PIRQ#D
ACK64#
REQ64#1
REQ64#2
REQ64#3
14,15
14
14
15
11,14,15
11,14,15
14,15
14,15
PREQ#3
PREQ#5
PREQ#4
12
12
12
12,15 PREQ#2
12,14 PREQ#1
12,14 PREQ#0
12,14,15
12,14,15
12,14,15
12,14,15
12,14,15
12,14,15
12,14,15
12,14,15
SMBALERT#
ICH_RI#
SMBCLK
SMBDATA
PCI_REQ#A
OVT#
KBRST#
A20GATE
GPI8
GPIO25
GPIO27
GPIO28
X0/8P4R
1
3
5
7
0/8P4R
RN76
2
4
6
8
R152
R147
2.7K/8P4R
2.7K/8P4R
RN77
2
4
6
8
RN75
2
4
6
8
10K
10K
8.2K
8.2K/8P4R
8.2K/8P4R
RN51
2
4
6
8
4.7K/8P4R
RN54
2
4
6
8
4.7K/8P4R
RN60
2
4
6
8
RN55
2
4
6
8
ICH
R276
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
13,25 AC_SDIN1
13,20,25 AC_SDIN0
12,22 SERIRQ
12
13,22
12,22
12,22
12
13
12
12
13,15,25 SMLINK0
13,15,25 SMLINK1
12,22 LPC_PME#
13
13,23
6,9,10,13,22,25
6,9,10,13,22,25
1
3
5
7
B
B
RN74
2
4
6
8
2.7K/8P4R
10
5
VCC5
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
2.7K/8P4R
RN66
2
4
6
8
2.7K/8P4R
RN64
2
4
6
8
1
3
5
7
C
C
1
3
5
7
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
RP2
2.7K/10P8R
RN58
2
4
6
8
1
2
3
4
6
7
8
9
PCI
C
C
VCC3_3
VCC3_3
VCC3_3
V3SB
V3SB
V3SB
9
5
12
6
8
74LVC06A
U19D
VCC5SBY
74LVC06A
U19C
VCC5SBY
ICHRST#
9
D
13
11
D
74LVC07A
U18D
8
VCC3_3
14
7
A
Title
Date:
Size
B
10
4
PCIRST#
PCI_RST#
IDERST#
Wednesday, March 08, 2000
AB-SL30 V0.12
E
Sheet
PU/PDR & UNUSED GATES
Document Number
E
ABIT Computer Corp.
74LVC14A
74LVC07A
74LVC14A
U20B
3
R198
1K
VCC3_3
74LVC07A
U18C
6
VCC3_3
R197
1K
VCC3_3
74LVC07A
U18B
4
VCC3_3
74LVC07A
U18A
2
R196
1K
VCC5
U20E
11
5
3
1
VCC3_3
U18F
12
VCC3_3
74LVC07A
U18E
10
VCC3_3
R188
1K
BC163
.1U
VCC3_3
VCC3_3
14
7
14
7
14
7
14
7
14
7
30
of
32
7,17,18,22
11,14,15
18
Rev
A
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
MC5
4.7UF
MC31
MC30
MC11
4.7UF
MC16
4.7UF
BC66
0.1UF
0.1UF
MC24
4.7UF
BC71
0.1UF
BC78
0.1UF
0.01UF
0.01UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
8
7
6
5
ABIT SL30
HOLE A
0.1UF
0.1UF
H1
1
2
3
4
BC107
BC100
" misc. "
BC132
BC131
VCC3_3
0.01UF
BC80
0.01UF
BC74
0.1UF
A
BC106
0.1UF
BC138
0.1UF
BC109
0.1UF
BC121
" ICH : 0.1U//0.01U at each conner "
BC82
BC87
VCC3_3
0.1UF
BC39
4.7UF
MC14
0.1UF
BC53
0.1UF
H3
1
2
3
4
BC122
0.01UF
BC150
0.01UF
BC88
0.1UF
BC50
HOLE A
0.1UF
BC128
0.01UF
BC149
0.01UF
BC65
0.1UF
BC42
0.1UF
BC145
0.01UF
BC147
0.01UF
BC48
0.1UF
B
4.7UF
MC2
0.1UF
8
7
6
5
B
0.01UF
BC144
2.2UF
MC57
4.7UF
MC1
0.1UF
BC180
MC12
MC17
0.01UF
BC199
0.01UF
0.01UF
BC200
0.01UF
H5
1
2
3
4
0.01UF
8
7
6
5
0.01UF
BC159
0.1UF
BC204
HOLE A
BC158
2.2UF
MC59
H6
1
2
3
4
0.01UF
BC160
0.1UF
BC205
MC35
HOLE A
0.01UF
22UF
EC36
0.1UF
BC142
MC34
0.01UF
BC95
0.1UF
BC20
4.7UF
MC33
0.01UF
BC96
0.1UF
BC40
4.7UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.01UF
BC79
BC67
BC77
MC32
4.7UF
0.01UF
BC46
0.1UF
BC97
0.1UF
BC92
0.1UF
BC93
C
HOLE A
0.01UF
BC171
0.1UF
BC115
8
7
6
5
0.01UF
BC183
0.1UF
BC113
0.01UF
BC182
0.1UF
BC116
VCC1_8 " ICH : Near Power Pins "
H7
1
2
3
4
0.01UF
BC170
0.1UF
BC207
0.1UF
BC91
0.1UF
0.01UF
BC181
0.1UF
BC208
0.1UF
BC98
0.01UF
BC47
0.1UF
BC84
BC102
0.1UF
0.1UF
BC167
BC101
0.1UF
BC156
" GMCH : Near Display Cache Quadrant "
" Within 70 mils of GMCH "
8
7
6
5
BC169
0.1UF
BC206
0.1UF
BC94
VDDQ
0.01UF
BC105
0.1UF
0.1UF
BC157
VCC12- " ATX POWER "
C
" Display Cache : Near the Power Pins "
BC11
4.7UF
MC25
4.7UF
BC114
MC27
4.7UF
BC75
4.7UF
Backside : not po[ulated.
0.01UF
BC198
0.1UF
BC81
4.7UF
0.1UF
BC143
VDDQ
VCC3SBY " DIMM1 : Near Power Pins "
4.7UF
MC4
22UF
BC168
" ATX POWER "
EC26
VCC12
V3SB " ICH : Near Power Pins "
0.01UF
BC52
0.1UF
BC45
4.7UF
MC3
0.1UF
BC70
HOLE A
0.1UF
BC146
0.01UF
BC124
0.01UF
BC51
0.1UF
BC44
0.1UF
BC10
4.7UF
MC9
0.1UF
BC69
H4
1
2
3
4
0.1UF
BC8
BC43
8
7
6
5
0.1UF
BC19
4.7UF
MC15
22UF
EC28
VCC_5- " ATX POWER "
" GMCH : 0.1U//0.01U at each conner and each side-center "
4.7UF
VCC3SBY " GMCH : Near System Mem Quadrant "
4.7UF
MC26
VCC1_8
4.7UF
4.7UF
MC13
0.1UF
BC76
4.7UF
MC10
22UF
BC41
" ATX POWER "
EC27
VCC5
VCC3SBY " DIMM0 : Near Power Pins "
MC8
4.7UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
MC6
BC83
BC85
4.7UF
VCCVID
22UF
EC33
VCC3_3 " ATX POWER "
A
0.1UF
BC104
0.1UF
BC112
MC61
0.1UF
0.01UF
BC187
0.1UF
BC209
V1_8SB
MC63
4.7UF
0.1UF
BC203
MC62
4.7UF
BC202
4.7UF
0.01UF
BC186
0.1UF
BC210
0.1UF
D
BC211
" ICH : Near Power Pins "
Backside : not po[ulated.
0.1UF
BC201
4.7UF
MC60
VCC3SBY " DIMM2 : Near Power Pins "
0.1UF
BC103
0.1UF
BC179
D
0.1UF
BC212
0.1UF
BC213
0.1UF
BC111
Date:
Size
B
Title
0.1UF
BC214
0.1UF
BC110
0.1UF
BC216
0.1UF
0.1UF
BC218
ABIT Computer Corp.
BC217
Wednesday, March 08, 2000
AB-SL30 V0.12
Document Number
E
Sheet
DECOUPLING CAPACITORS
0.1UF
BC215
0.1UF
BC108
E
31
of
32
Rev
A
1
2
3
4
A
B
C
D
HISTORY
ABIT Computer Corp.
Date:
Size
B
Wednesday, March 08, 2000
AB-SL30 V0.12
Document Number
32
of
32
Rev
A
E
Sheet
1
1
ABIT SL30
Title
2
2
This Page Is
Left Blank.
E
3
D
3
C
4
B
4
A
Index
#, defined 7
A
I
I/O Controller Hub (ICH2) 24
Instructions, notational conventions 7
Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP) Support 12
M
B
Baseboard Features 11
Beep codes 49, 64
BIOS
Basic Setup Screen 52
Configuring floppy drives 53
Configuring IDE drives 54
Console redirection 58
Custom Setup Screen 55
Drive assignments 53
Integrated BIOS debugger 59
Setup Screen System 51
Shadow Configuration Setup Screen 56
Standard Diagnostics Routines Setup Screen 57
BlueCat™ Linux 14
C
Chipset 11
clock generation 28
CMOS memory 46
Console Redirection 58
CPU 11
D
Manufacturing Mode 58
Measurements, defined 8
Memory Support 11
N
Notational conventions 7
O
Online help 9
P
Peripheral Connectors 12
POST beep codes 64
post code debugging 31
POST codes 49, 61
Power Supply/Management 12
Power-on Self Test (POST) 49
pre-boot environment 49
Product literature, ordering 9
S
Documents online 9
Drive assignments 53
Setup Screen System 52
Signals, notational conventions 8
System I/O 12
E
T
Embedded BIOS 49
Integrated Debugger 57
Manufacturing Mode 58
Technical support 9
thermal management 22
thermal solution 31
F
U
Firmware Hub (FWH) 24
Units of measure, defined 8
URL 9
G
Graphics and Memory Controller Hub (GMCH) 23
W
Windows CE 59
World Wide Web 9
www.intel.com 9
Intel® 815E Scalable Performance Board Development Kit Manual
Index-111
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