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MSI MS-6728v3.0 Bedienungsanleitung | Manualzz

865PE/G Neo3

MS-6728 (v3.X) ATX Mainboard

G52-M6728XX i

Manual Rev: 3.1

Release Date: October 2004

FCC-B Radio Frequency Interference Statement

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.

Notice 1

The changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

Notice 2

Shielded interface cables and A.C. power cord, if any, must be used in order to comply with the emission limits.

VOIR LA NOTICE D’INSTALLATION AVANT DE RACCORDER AU RESEAU.

Micro-Star International

MS-6728

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and

(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation ii

Copyright Notice

The material in this document is the intellectual property of MICRO-STAR

INTERNATIONAL . We take every care in the preparation of this document, but no guarantee is given as to the correctness of its contents. Our products are under continual improvement and we reserve the right to make changes without notice.

Trademarks

All trademarks are the properties of their respective owners.

AMD, Athlon™, Athlon™ XP, Thoroughbred™, and Duron™ are registered trademarks of AMD Corporation.

Intel ® and Pentium ® are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation.

PS/2 and OS ® /2 are registered trademarks of International Business Machines

Corporation.

Microsoft is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Windows ® 98/2000/NT/

XP are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.

NVIDIA, the NVIDIA logo, DualNet, and nForce are registered trademarks or trademarks of NVIDIA Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

Netware ® is a registered trademark of Novell, Inc.

Award ® is a registered trademark of Phoenix Technologies Ltd.

AMI ® is a registered trademark of American Megatrends Inc.

Kensington and MicroSaver are registered trademarks of the Kensington Technology

Group.

PCMCIA and CardBus are registered trademarks of the Personal Computer Memory

Card International Association.

Revision History

Revision

V3.0

V3.1

Revision History

First release of PCB 3.0 with chipsets

Intel ® 865PE/G & Intel ® ICH5/ICH5R

First release for PCB 3.0

English/French/German version

Date

August 2004

October 2004 iii

Technical Support

If a problem arises with your system and no solution can be obtained from the user’s manual, please contact your place of purchase or local distributor. Alternatively, please try the following help resources for further guidance.

h

Visit the MSI homepage & FAQ site for technical guide, BIOS updates, driver updates, and other information: http://www.msi.com.tw

& http://www.msi.

com.tw/program/service/faq/faq/esc_faq_list.php

h

Contact our technical staff at: [email protected]

Safety Instructions

1.

Always read the safety instructions carefully.

2.

Keep this User’s Manual for future reference.

3.

Keep this equipment away from humidity.

4.

Lay this equipment on a reliable flat surface before setting it up.

5.

The openings on the enclosure are for air convection hence protects the equipment from overheating. Do not cover the openings.

6.

Make sure the voltage of the power source and adjust properly 110/220V before connecting the equipment to the power inlet.

7.

Place the power cord such a way that people can not step on it. Do not place anything over the power cord.

8.

Always Unplug the Power Cord before inserting any add-on card or module.

9.

All cautions and warnings on the equipment should be noted.

10. Never pour any liquid into the opening that could damage or cause electrical shock.

11. If any of the following situations arises, get the equipment checked by a service personnel: h

The power cord or plug is damaged.

h

Liquid has penetrated into the equipment.

h

The equipment has been exposed to moisture.

h

The equipment has not work well or you can not get it work according to

User’s Manual.

h

The equipment has dropped and damaged.

h

The equipment has obvious sign of breakage.

12. Do not leave this equipment in an environment unconditioned, storage temperature above 60 0 C (140 0 F), it may damage the equipment.

CAUTION: Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.

Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.

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CONTENTS

FCC-B Radio Frequency Interference Statement ........................................................ ii

Copyright Notice ........................................................................................................... iii

Revision History ............................................................................................................ iii

Safety Instructions ...................................................................................................... iv

Technical Support ........................................................................................................ iv

English version .................................................................................................. E-1-1

1. Getting Started ............................................................................................ E-1-3

2. Hardware Setup .......................................................................................... E-2-1

3. BIOS Setup .................................................................................................. E-3-1

4. Introduction to DigiCell ................................................................................. E-4-1

French version ....................................................................................................... F-1

German version .................................................................................................... G-1 v

865PE/G Neo3

User’s Guide

Getting Started

English

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MS-6728 ATX Mainboard

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Getting Started

C h a p t e r 1 . G e t t i n g

Started

Getting Started

Thank you for choosing the 865PE/G Neo3 (MS-6728) v3.X ATX mainboard. The 865PE/G Neo3 is based on Intel ® 865PE/G &

ICH5/5R chipsets for optimal system efficiency. Designed to fit the advanced Intel ® Pentium 4 Prescott LGA775 processor, the 865PE/G Neo3 delivers a high performance and professional desktop platform solution.

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MS-6728 ATX Mainboard

Mainboard Specifications

CPU h

Supports Intel ® Pentium 4 Prescott LGA775 processors in LGA775 package.

h

Supports up to Pentium 4 3XX, 5XX, 6XX & P4EE (Intel Pentium 4 Processor with

HT Technology Extreme Edition) sequence processor or higher speed.

(For the latest information about CPU, please visit http://www.msi.com.tw/program/ products/mainboard/mbd/pro_mbd_cpu_support.php)

Chipset h

Intel ® 865PE/G chipset

- Supports FSB 800/533MHz.

- Supports AGP 8X interface.

- Supports DDR 400/333/266 memory interface.

- Integrated graphics controller (for 865G only).

h

Intel ® ICH5/ICH5R chipset

- Hi-Speed USB (USB2.0) controller, 480Mb/sec, 8 ports.

- 2 Serial ATA/150 ports.

- 2 channel Ultra ATA 100 bus Master IDE controller.

- PCI Master v2.3, I/O APIC.

- Supports both ACPI and legacy APM power management.

- Serial ATA/150 RAID 0 and RAID 1 (Optional).

Main Memory h

Supports four unbuffered DIMM of 2.5 Volt DDR SDRAM.

h Supports up to 4GB memory size without ECC.

h Supports Dual channel DDR266/333/400 MHz.

Slots h

One AGP slot supports 8x/4x.

h Five 32-bit v2.3 Master PCI bus slots (support 3.3v/5v PCI bus interface).

On-Board IDE h Dual Ultra DMA 66/100 IDE controllers integrated in ICH5/ICH5R.

- Supports PIO, Bus Master operation modes.

- Can connect up to four Ultra ATA drives.

h

Serial ATA/150 controller integrated in ICH5/ICH5R.

- Up to 150MB/sec transfer speeds.

- Can connect up to two Serial ATA drives.

- Supports SATA RAID 0/RAID 1 (Optional).

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Getting Started

On-Board Peripherals h On-Board Peripherals include:

- 1 floppy port supports 1 FDD with 360K, 720K, 1.2M, 1.44M and 2.88Mbytes

- 1 serial port COMA

- 1 VGA port (for 865G only)

- 1 parallel port supports SPP/EPP/ECP mode

- 8 USB 2.0 ports (Rear * 4/ Front * 4)

- 1 Line-In / Line-Out / Mic-In / Real Speaker Out / Center-Subwoofer Speaker Out

/ SPDIF Out-Optical audio port

- 1 RJ45 LAN jack (Optional)

- 2 IEEE 1394 pinheaders (Optional)

Audio h AC97 link controller integrated in Intel ® ICH5/ICH5R chipset.

h

8-channel audio codec Realtek ALC850.

- Compliance with AC97 v2.3 Spec.

- Meet PC2001 audio performance requirement.

LAN h Realtek ® 8100C / 8110S (Optional)

- Integrated Fast Ethernet MAC and PHY in one chip.

- Supports 10Mb/s, 100Mb/s and 1000Mb/s (1000Mb/s for 8110S only).

- Compliance with PCI 2.2.

- Supports ACPI Power Management.

BIOS h The mainboard BIOS provides “Plug & Play” BIOS which detects the peripheral devices and expansion cards of the board automatically.

h The mainboard provides a Desktop Management Interface (DMI) function which records your mainboard specifications.

Dimension h ATX Form Factor: 30.5 cm (L) x 24.5 cm (W).

Mounting h

9 mounting holes.

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MS-6728 ATX Mainboard

Mainboard Layout

Top : mouse

Bottom: keyboard

Top : Parallel Port

Bottom:

COM A

VGA Port (Optional)

CPUFAN1 JCI1

Winbond

W83627HF

T: SPDIF Out

B: USB ports

T: LAN jack

(Optional)

B: USB ports

T: Line-In

M: Line-Out

B: Mic

T:RS-Out

M:CS-Out

B:SPDIF Out

(All optional)

JPW1

NBFAN1

Intel

865PE/G

Realtek

8100C/8110S

(Optional)

BATT

+

JCD1

Codec

JAUD1 JBAT1

PCI Slot 1

PCI Slot 2

PCI Slot 3

PCI Slot 4

PCI Slot 5

AGP Slot

VIA

VT63 07

ICH5/

ICH5R

CoreCell

JUSB2 JUSB1 J1394_1 J1394_2

SATA2 SATA1

JDB1

BIOS

JFP2 JFP1 JIR1

865PE/G Neo3 (MS-6728) v3.X ATX Mainboard

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Hardware Setup

Chapter 2. Hardware Setup

Hardware Setup

This chapter tells you how to install the CPU, memory modules, and expansion cards, as well as how to setup the jumpers on the mainboard. Also, it provides the instructions on connecting the peripheral devices, such as the mouse, keyboard, etc.

While doing the installation, be careful in holding the components and follow the installation procedures.

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MS-6728 ATX Mainboard

Quick Components Guide

Back Panel

I/O , p.2-10

JPW1 , p.2-9

NBFAN1 , p.2-15

AGP Slot , p.2-26

JCD1 , p.2-24

PCI Slots , p.2-26

BATT

+

JAUD1 , p.2-23

JBAT1 , p.2-25

JUSB1, JUSB2 , p.2-24

CPU , p.2-3

CPUFAN1 , p.2-15

DDR DIMMs , p.2-7

JCI1 , p.2-23

ATX1 , p.2-9

FDD1 , p.2-14

BIOS

IDE1, IDE2 p.2-16

JDB1 p.2-17

JIR1 ,

,

, p.2-19

SATA1, SATA2 p.2-23

JFP1 , p.2-18

JFP2 , p.2-18

SFAN2 , p.2-15

SFAN1 , p.2-15

,

J1394_1, J1394_2 , p.2-22

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Hardware Setup

Central Processing Unit: CPU

The mainboard supports Intel ® Pentium 4 Prescott processor. The mainboard uses a CPU socket called LGA775. When you are installing the CPU, make sure to install the cooler to prevent overheating.

If you do not have the CPU cooler, contact your dealer to purchase and install them before turning on the computer.

For the latest information about CPU, please visit http://www.msi.com.tw/ program/products/mainboard/mbd/pro_mbd_cpu_support.php.

MSI Reminds You...

Overheating

Overheating will seriously damage the CPU and system, always make sure the cooling fan can work properly to protect the CPU from overheating.

Replacing the CPU

While replacing the CPU, always turn off the ATX power supply or unplug the power supply’s power cord from grounded outlet first to ensure the safety of CPU.

Overclocking

This motherboard is designed to support overclocking. However, please make sure your components are able to tolerate such abnormal setting, while doing overclocking. Any attempt to operate beyond product specifications is not recommended. We do not guarantee the damages or risks caused by inadequate operation or beyond product specifications.

Introduction to LGA 775 CPU

The pin-pad side of LGA 775

CPU.

The surface of LGA 775 CPU.

Remember to apply some silicone heat transfer compound on it for better heat dispersion.

Alignment Key Alignment Key

Yellow triangle is the Pin 1 indicator

Yellow triangle is the Pin 1 indicator

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MS-6728 ATX Mainboard

CPU & Cooler Installation

When you are installing the CPU, make sure the CPU has a cooler attached on the top to prevent overheating.

If you do not have the cooler, contact your dealer to purchase and install them before turning on the computer. Meanwhile, do not forget to apply some silicon heat transfer compound on CPU before installing the heat sink/cooler fan for better heat dispersion.

Follow the steps below to install the CPU & cooler correctly. Wrong installation will cause the damage of your CPU & mainboard.

1. The CPU has a land side cover on the bottom to protect the CPU contact from damage. Rotate it to make the pin 1 indicator (yellow triangle) in the rightbottom corner.

2. Take out the accompanying CPU Clip and rotate it for the same direction as the CPU (Pin 1 indicator, the red triangle is in the left-bottom corner).

land side cover

3. Align the 3 points (the Pin 1 indicator and the two alignment keys) of both the CPU and the CPU Clip, and use your

4 fingers to push the CPU Clip down to clip them (the CPU clip is up and the

CPU is down) together.

4. T h e l a n d s i d e c o v e r n o w i s removed.

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MSI Reminds You...

1. Confirm if your CPU cooler is firmly installed before turning on your system.

2. Do not touch the CPU socket pins to avoid damaging.

3. The availability of the CPU land side cover depends on your CPU packing.

Hardware Setup

5. The CPU has a plastic cap on it to protect the contact from damage.

Before you have installed the CPU, always cover it to protect the socket pin.

6. Remove the cap from lever hinge side

(as the arrow shows).

7. The pins of socket reveal. Then lift up the load lever.

8. Lift the load lever up and open the load plate.

9. Correctly align the red triangle of

CPU clip with the CPU chamfer, the red arrow with the left-side socket edge, and the red spot to the hook of the socket.

10. Put the whole module onto the CPU socket.

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MS-6728 ATX Mainboard

11. Push down the CPU hard to install the CPU into the socket housing frame.

12. Visually inspect if the CPU is seated well into the socket, then remove the

CPU Clip with 2 fingers. Then cover the load plate onto the package.

13. Press down the load lever lightly onto the load plate, and then secure the lever with the hook under retention tab.

14. Align the holes on the mainboard with the cooler. Push down the cooler until its four clips get wedged into the holes of the mainboard.

15. Press the four hooks down to fasten the cooler. Then rotate the locking switch (refer to the correct direction marked on it) to lock the hooks.

16. Turn over the mainboard to confirm that the clip-ends are correctly inserted.

locking switch

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MSI Reminds You...

1. Check the information in PC Health Status in BIOS (refer to p.3-25 for details) for the CPU temperature.

2. Whenever CPU is not installed, always protect your CPU socket pin with the plastic cap covered (shown in Figure 1) to avoid damaging.

3. Please note that the mating/unmating durability of the CPU is 20 cycles.

Therefore we suggest you do not plug/unplug the CPU too often.

Hardware Setup

Memory

The mainboard provides 4 slots for 184-pin, 2.5V DDR DIMM with 8 memory banks. You can install DDR266 / DDR333 / DDR400 / DDR433 / DDR466 / DDR500 /

DDR533 SDRAM modules on the DDR DIMM slots (DIMM 1~4). To operate properly, at least one DIMM module must be installed. Please note that DDR433 / DDR466 /

DDR500 / DDR533 are for overclocking spec.

DDR DIMM Slots

(DIMM 1~4, from left to right)

Channel A: DIMM1 & DIMM2 (green)

Channel B: DIMM3 & DIMM4 (purple)

Introduction to DDR SDRAM

DDR (Double Data Rate) SDRAM is similar to conventional SDRAM, but doubles the rate by transferring data twice per cycle. It uses 2.5 volts as opposed to 3.

3 volts used in SDR SDRAM, and requires 184-pin DIMM modules rather than 168-pin

DIMM modules used by SDR SDRAM. Please note that the DDR SDRAM does not support ECC (error correcting code) and registered DIMM.

DDR Population Rules

Install at least one DIMM module on the slots. Each DIMM slot supports up to a maximum size of 1GB. Users can install either single- or double-sided modules to meet their own needs. Please note that each DIMM can work respectively for single-channel DDR, but there are some rules while using dual-channel

DDR (Please refer to the suggested DDR population table on p.2-8) .

Users may install memory modules of different type and density on different-channel DDR DIMMs.

However, the same type and density memory modules are necessary while using dual-channel DDR, or instability may happen.

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MS-6728 ATX Mainboard

Please refer to the following table for detailed dual-channel DDR. Other combination not listed below will function as single-channel DDR.

DIMM1 (Ch A) DIMM2 (Ch A) DIMM3 (Ch B) DIMM4 (Ch B) System Density

128MB~1GB 128MB~1GB 256MB~2GB

128MB~1GB

128MB~1GB

128MB~1GB 128MB~1GB

128MB~1GB

128MB~1GB

256MB~2GB

512MB~4GB

MSI Reminds You...

Dual-channel DDR works ONLY in the 3 combinations listed in the table above.

Installing DDR Modules

1.

The DDR DIMM has only one notch on the center of module. The module will only fit in the right orientation.

2.

Insert the DIMM memory module vertically into the DIMM slot. Then push it in until the golden finger on the memory module is deeply inserted in the socket.

MSI Reminds You...

You can barely see the golden finger if the module is properly inserted in the socket.

3.

The plastic clip at each side of the DIMM slot will automatically close.

Volt Notch

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Hardware Setup

Power Supply

The mainboard supports ATX power supply for the power system. Before inserting the power supply connector, always make sure that all components are installed properly to ensure that no damage will be caused.

ATX 20-Pin Power Connector: ATX1

This connector allows you to connect to an ATX power supply. To connect to the ATX power supply, make sure the plug of the power supply is inserted in the proper orientation and the pins are aligned. Then push down the power supply firmly into the connector.

ATX1 Pin Definition

11 1 PIN SIGNAL PIN SIGNAL

20

ATX1

10

6

7

4

5

1

2

3

8

9

10

3.3V

3.3V

GND

5V

GND

5V

GND

PW_OK

5V_SB

12V

14

15

16

17

11

12

13

18

19

20

3.3V

-12V

GND

PS_ON

GND

GND

GND

-5V

5V

5V

ATX 12V Power Connector: JPW1

This 12V power connector is used to provide power to the CPU.

2

4

JPW1

1

3

JPW1 Pin Definition

PIN SIGNAL

1

2

3

4

GND

GND

12V

12V

MSI Reminds You...

1. These two connectors connect to the ATX power supply and have to work together to ensure stable operation of the mainboard.

2. Power supply of 350 watts (and above) is highly recommended for system stability.

3. ATX 12V power connection should be greater than 18A.

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MS-6728 ATX Mainboard

Back Panel

The back panel provides the following connectors:

Parallel

M o u s e

S/PDIF LAN

L-In RS-Out

Keyboard COM A VGA port

(Optional)

USB Ports L-Out

Mic

CS-Out

SPDIF Out

Mouse/Keyboard Connector

The mainboard provides a standard PS/2 ® mouse/keyboard mini DIN connector for attaching a PS/2 ® mouse/keyboard. You can plug a PS/2 ® mouse/keyboard directly into this connector. The connector location and pin assignments are as follows:

4

6 5

3

2 1

PS/2 Mouse / Keyboard

(6-pin Female)

Pin Definition

PIN SIGNAL

3

4

1

2

5

6

Mouse/Keyboard Data

NC

GND

VCC

DESCRIPTION

Mouse/Keyboard data

No connection

Ground

+5V

Mouse/Keyboard Clock Mouse/Keyboard clock

NC No connection

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Hardware Setup

VGA Connector (Optional, for 865G only)

The mainboard provides a DB 15-pin female connector to connect a VGA monitor.

5 1

15 11

VGA Connector

(DB 15-pin)

7

9

11

13

15

Pin

1

3

5

Signal Description Pin

RED 2

BLUE

GND

4

6

GND

+5V

N/C

Horizontal Sync

SCL

8

10

12

14

Signal Description

GREEN

N/C

GND

GND

GND

SDA

Vertical Sync

USB Connectors

The mainboard provides an OHCI (Open Host Controller Interface) Universal

Serial Bus root for attaching USB devices such as keyboard, mouse or other USBcompatible devices. You can plug the USB device directly into the connector.

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8

USB Ports

PIN

6

7

4

5

8

1

2

3

USB Port Description

SIGNAL

VCC

-Data 0

+Data0

GND

VCC

-Data 1

+Data 1

GND

DESCRIPTION

+5V

Negative Data Channel 0

Positive Data Channel 0

Ground

+5V

Negative Data Channel 1

Positive Data Channel 1

Ground

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MS-6728 ATX Mainboard

Serial Port Connector

The mainboard offers one 9-pin male DIN connector as the serial port. The port is a 16550A high speed communication port that sends/receives 16 bytes FIFOs. You can attach a serial mouse or other serial devices directly to the connector.

1 2 3 4 5

6 7 8 9

9-Pin Male DIN Connector

PIN

6

7

4

5

8

9

1

2

3

Pin Definition

SIGNAL

DCD

SIN

SOUT

DTR

GND

DSR

RTS

CTS

RI

DESCRIPTION

Data Carry Detect

Serial In or Receive Data

Serial Out or Transmit Data

Data Terminal Ready)

Ground

Data Set Ready

Request To Send

Clear To Send

Ring Indicate

Audio Port Connectors

The left 3 audio jacks are for 2-channel mode for stereo speaker output: Line

Out is a connector for Speakers or Headphones. Line In is used for external CD player, Tape player, or other audio devices. Mic is a connector for microphones.

However, there is an advanced audio application provided by Realtek ALC850 to offer support for 7.1-channel audio operation and can turn rear audio connectors from 2-channel to 4-/5.1-/7.1- channel audio.

S/PDIF Out-Coaxial

Line In

Line Out

Rear Speaker Out

(in 7.1CH / 5.1CH)

Center/Subwoofer

Speaker Out

( in 7.1CH / 5.1CH)

S/PDIF Out-Optical

MIC

MSI Reminds You...

For the advanced functions of the audio codec, please refer to Chapter

6: Introduction to RealTek ALC850 Audio Codec for details.

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Hardware Setup

RJ-45 LAN Jack: 10/100 LAN (8100C) /Giga-bit LAN (8110S) (Optional)

The mainboard provides two standard RJ-45 jacks for connection to Local

Area Network (LAN). Giga-bit LAN enables data to be transferred at 1000, 100 or

10Mbps. You can connect a network cable to either LAN jack.

Activity Indicator Link Indicator

8 1

RJ-45 LAN Jack

LED

Left

Color LED State

Off

Orange On (steady state)

On (brighter & pulsing)

Right

Green Off

On

Orange On

Condition

LAN link is not established.

LAN link is established.

The computer is communicating with another computer on the LAN.

10 Mbit/sec data rate is selected.

100 Mbit/sec data rate is selected.

1000 Mbit/sec data rate is selected.

The pin assignments vary depending on the transfer rates: 10/100Mbps or

1000Mbps. Note that Pin 1/2, 3/6, 4/5, 7/8 must work in pairs. Please refer to the following for details:

PIN

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

10/100 LAN Pin Definition

SIGNAL

TDP

TDN

RDP

NC

NC

RDN

NC

NC

DESCRIPTION

Transmit Differential Pair

Transmit Differential Pair

Receive Differential Pair

Not Used

Not Used

Receive Differential Pair

Not Used

Not Used

PIN

5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

Giga-bit LAN Pin Definition

SIGNAL

D2N

D1N

D3P

D3N

D0P

D0N

D1P

D2P

DESCRIPTION

Differential Pair 0+

Differential Pair 0-

Differential Pair 1+

Differential Pair 2+

Differential Pair 2-

Differential Pair 1-

Differential Pair 3+

Differential Pair 3-

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MS-6728 ATX Mainboard

Parallel Port Connector: LPT1

The mainboard provides a 25-pin female centronic connector as LPT. A parallel port is a standard printer port that supports Enhanced Parallel Port (EPP) and

Extended Capabilities Parallel Port (ECP) mode.

13 1

PIN

13

14

15

16

9

10

11

12

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

21

22

23

24

25

17

18

19

20

25 14

Pin Definition

SIGNAL

SLIN#

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

STROBE

DATA0

DATA1

DATA2

DATA3

DATA4

DATA5

DATA6

DATA7

ACK#

BUSY

PE

SELECT

AUTO FEED#

ERR#

INIT#

DESCRIPTION

Select In

Ground

Ground

Ground

Ground

Ground

Ground

Ground

Ground

Strobe

Data0

Data1

Data2

Data3

Data4

Data5

Data6

Data7

Acknowledge

Busy

Paper End

Select

Automatic Feed

Error

Initialize Printer

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Hardware Setup

Connectors

The mainboard provides connectors to connect to FDD, IDE HDD, LAN, USB

Ports, IR module and CPU/System/NB FAN.

Floppy Disk Drive Connector: FDD1

The mainboard provides a standard floppy disk drive connector that supports

360K, 720K, 1.2M, 1.44M and 2.88M floppy disk types.

FDD1

Fan Power Connectors: CPUFAN1/SFAN1/SFAN2/NBFAN1

The CPUFAN1 (processor fan), SFAN1/SFAN2 (system fans) and NBFAN1

(NorthBridge Chipset fan) support system cooling fan with +12V. It supports four/ three-pin head connector. When connecting the wire to the connectors, always take note that the red wire is the positive and should be connected to the +12V, the black wire is Ground and should be connected to GND. If the mainboard has a System

Hardware Monitor chipset on-board, you must use a specially designed fan with speed sensor to take advantage of the CPU fan control.

GND

+12V

SENSOR

Control

CPUFAN1

GND

+12V

NC

SFAN1, SFAN2

GND

+12V

Sensor

NBFAN1

MSI Reminds You...

1. Always consult the vendors for proper CPU cooling fan.

2. CPUFAN1 supports the fan control. Fan/heatsink with 3 or 4 pins are both available.

3. Please refer to the recommended CPU fans at Intel ® official website.

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ATA100 Hard Disk Connectors: IDE1 & IDE2

The mainboard has a 32-bit Enhanced PCI IDE and Ultra DMA 66/100 controller that provides PIO mode 0~4, Bus Master, and Ultra DMA 66/100 function. You can connect up to four hard disk drives, CD-ROM and other IDE devices.

The Ultra ATA100 interface boosts data transfer rates between the computer and the hard drive up to 100 megabytes (MB) per second. The new interface is onethird faster than earlier record-breaking Ultra ATA/100 technology and is backward compatible with the existing Ultra ATA interface.

IDE2 IDE1

IDE1 (Primary IDE Connector)

The first hard drive should always be connected to IDE1. IDE1 can connect a Master and a Slave drive. You must configure second hard drive to Slave mode by setting the jumper accordingly.

IDE2 (Secondary IDE Connector)

IDE2 can also connect a Master and a Slave drive.

MSI Reminds You...

If you install two hard disks on cable, you must configure the second drive to Slave mode by setting its jumper. Refer to the hard disk documentation supplied by hard disk vendors for jumper setting instructions.

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Hardware Setup

Serial ATA / Serial ATA RAID Connectors controlled by ICH5 / ICH5R:

SATA1, SATA2

The Southbridge of this mainboard is ICH5/ICH5R which supports two serial connectors SATA1 & SATA2.

SATA1 & SATA2 are dual high-speed Serial ATA interface ports. Each supports 1 st generation serial ATA data rates of 150 MB/s. Both connectors are fully compliant with Serial ATA 1.0 specifications. Each Serial ATA connector can connect to 1 hard disk device.

For the advanced functions of the Serial ATA RAID, please refer to Chapter

5: Introduction to Intel ICH5R Serial ATA RAID for details.

SATA2 SATA1

1

7

SATA1~ SATA2 Pin Definition

PIN SIGNAL

1

3

5

7

GND

TXN

RXN

GND

PIN SIGNAL

2

4

6

TXP

GND

RXP

Optional Serial ATA cable

Take out the dust cover and connect to the hard disk devices

Connect to serial ATA ports

MSI Reminds You...

Please do not fold the serial ATA cable in a 90-degree angle, for this might cause the loss of data during the transmission.

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Front Panel Connectors: JFP1 & JFP2

The mainboard provides two front panel connectors for electrical connection to the front panel switches and LEDs. JFP1 is compliant with Intel ® Front Panel I/O

Connectivity Design Guide.

JFP2 7

8

Power

LED

1

2

Speaker

Reset

Switch

HDD

LED

9

10

1

2

JFP1

Power

Switch

Power

LED

PIN

6

7

4

5

8

9

1

2

3

JFP1 Pin Definition

SIGNAL

HD_LED_P

FP PWR/SLP

HD_LED_N

FP PWR/SLP

RST_SW_N

PWR_SW_P

RST_SW_P

PWR_SW_N

RSVD_DNU

DESCRIPTION

Hard disk LED pull-up

MSG LED pull-up

Hard disk active LED

MSG LED pull-up

Reset Switch low reference pull-down to GND

Power Switch high reference pull-up

Reset Switch high reference pull-up

Power Switch low reference pull-down to GND

Reserved. Do not use.

JFP2 Pin Definition

PIN SIGNAL

1

3

5

7

GND

SLED

PLED

NC

PIN SIGNAL

2

4

6

8

SPK-

BUZ+

BUZ-

SPK+

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Hardware Setup

D-Bracket™ 2 Connector: JDB1

The mainboard comes with a JDB1 connector for you to connect to D-

Bracket™ 2, which supports both USB 1.1 & 2.0 spec.

D-Bracket™ 2 is a USB bracket integrating four Diagnostic LEDs, which use graphic signal display to help users understand their system. The LEDs provide up to

16 combinations of signals to debug the system. The 4 LEDs can detect all problems that fail the system, such as VGA, RAM or other failures. This special feature is very useful for overclocking users. These users can use the feature to detect if there are any problems or failures.

10 9

2 1

JDB1

Pin

JDB1 Pin Definition

Signal

1 DBG1 (high for green color)

2 DBR1 (high for red color)

3 DBG2 (high for green color)

4 DBR2 (high for red color)

5 DBG3 (high for green color)

6 DBR3 (high for red color)

7 DBG4 (high for green color)

8 DBR4 (high for red color)

9 Key (no pin)

10 NC

Optional D-Bracket™ 2

Connected to JDB1

Connected to JUSB1 LEDs

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Red Green

D-Bracket™ 2

1 2

3 4

D-Bracket™ 2

System Power ON

Description

- The D-LED will hang here if the processor is damaged or not installed properly.

Early Chipset Initialization

- Testing onboard memory size. The D-LED will hang if the memory module is damaged or not installed properly.

Decompressing BIOS image to RAM for fast booting.

Initializing Keyboard Controller.

Testing VGA BIOS

- This will start writing VGA sign-on message to the screen.

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D-Bracket™ 2 Description

- This will show information regarding the processor (like brand name, system bus, etc…)

Testing RTC (Real Time Clock)

Initializing Video Interface

- This will start detecting CPU clock, checking type of video onboard. Then, detect and initialize the video adapter.

- This will start showing information about logo, processor brand name, etc….

Testing Base and Extended Memory

- Testing base memory from 240K to 640K and extended memory above 1MB using various patterns.

Assign Resources to all ISA.

Initializing Hard Drive Controller

- This will initialize IDE drive and controller.

Initializing Floppy Drive Controller

- This will initializing Floppy Drive and controller.

- This will set low stack and boot via INT 19h.

Operating System Booting

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IEEE 1394 Connectors: J1394_1, J1394_2 (Optional)

The mainboard provides two 1394 pin headers that allow you to connect IEEE

1394 ports via an external IEEE1394 bracket.

9

10

1

2

J1394_1, J394_2

7

9

3

5

PIN

1

Pin Definition

SIGNAL

TPA+

Ground

TPB+

Cable power

Key (no pin)

4

6

PIN

2

8

10

SIGNAL

TPA-

Ground

TPB-

Cable power

Ground

IEEE1394 Bracket

Foolproof Design

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Hardware Setup

IrDA Infrared Module Header: JIR1

The connector allows you to connect to IrDA Infrared module. You must configure the setting through the BIOS setup to use the IR function. JIR1 is compliant with Intel ® Front Panel I/O Connectivity Design Guide.

5

6

JIR1

1

2

JIR1 Pin Definition

Pin Signal

4

5

6

1

2

3

NC

NC

VCC5

GND

IRTX

IRRX

Front Panel Audio Connector: JAUD1

The JAUD1 front panel audio connector allows you to connect to the front panel audio and is compliant with Intel ® Front Panel I/O Connectivity Design Guide.

PIN

6

7

4

5

1

2

3

8

9

10

SIGNAL

AUD_MIC

AUD_GND

AUD_MIC_BIAS

AUD_VCC

AUD_FPOUT_R

AUD_RET_R

HP_ON

KEY

AUD_FPOUT_L

AUD_RET_L

9

10

1

JAUD1

2

JAUD1 Pin Definition

DESCRIPTION

Front panel microphone input signal

Ground used by analog audio circuits

Microphone power

Filtered +5V used by analog audio circuits

Right channel audio signal to front panel

Right channel audio signal return from front panel

Reserved for future use to control headphone amplifier

No pin

Left channel audio signal to front panel

Left channel audio signal return from front panel

MSI Reminds You...

If you don’t want to connect to the front audio header, pins

5 & 6, 9 & 10 have to be jumpered in order to have signal output directed to the rear audio ports. Otherwise, the Line-

Out connector on the back panel will not function.

9

10

5

6

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CD-In Connector: JCD1

The connector is for CD-ROM audio connector.

JCD1

R GND L

Chassis Intrusion Switch Connector: JCI1

This connector is connected to a 2-pin chassis switch. If the chassis is opened, the switch will be short. The system will record this status and show a warning message on the screen. To clear the warning, you must enter the BIOS utility and clear the record.

GND

CINTRU

2

1

JCI1

Front USB Connectors: JUSB1 & JUSB2

The mainboard provides two USB 2.0 pin headers JUSB1 & JUSB2 (Optional) that are compliant with Intel ® I/O Connectivity Design Guide. USB 2.0 technology increases data transfer rate up to a maximum throughput of 480Mbps, which is 40 times faster than USB 1.1, and is ideal for connecting high-speed USB interface peripherals such as USB HDD , digital cameras , MP3 players , printers , modems and the like .

2

1

JUSB2, JUSB1

(USB 2.0/Intel spec)

10

9

JUSB1 & JUSB2 Pin Definition

7

9

3

5

PIN SIGNAL

1 VCC

USB0-

USB0+

GND

Key (no pin)

4

6

PIN SIGNAL

2 VCC

USB1-

USB1+

8

10

GND

USBOC

MSI Reminds You...

Note that the pins of VCC and GND must be connected correctly or it may cause some damage.

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Hardware Setup

Jumpers

The mainboard provides the following jumpers for you to set the computer’s function. This section will explain how to change your mainboard’s function through the use of jumpers.

Clear CMOS Jumper: JBAT1

There is a CMOS RAM on board that has a power supply from external battery to keep the data of system configuration. With the CMOS RAM, the system can automatically boot OS every time it is turned on. If you want to clear the system configuration, use the JBAT1 (Clear CMOS Jumper ) to clear data. Follow the instructions below to clear the data:

1

JBAT1

1 1

3

Keep Data

3

Clear Data

MSI Reminds You...

You can clear CMOS by shorting 2-3 pin while the system is off.

Then return to 1-2 pin position. Avoid clearing the CMOS while the system is on; it will damage the mainboard.

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Slots

The mainboard provides one AGP slot and five 32-bit PCI bus slots.

AGP (Accelerated Graphics Port) Slot

The AGP slot allows you to insert the AGP graphics card. AGP is an interface specification designed for the throughput demands of 3D graphics. It introduces a

66MHz, 32-bit channel for the graphics controller to directly access main memory.

The slot supports 8x/4x AGP card.

AGP Slot

PCI (Peripheral Component Interconnect) Slots

The PCI slots allow you to insert the expansion cards to meet your needs.

When adding or removing expansion cards, make sure that you unplug the power supply first. Meanwhile, read the documentation for the expansion card to make any necessary hardware or software settings for the expansion card, such as jumpers, switches or BIOS configuration.

PCI Slots

PCI Interrupt Request Routing

The IRQ, acronym of interrupt request line and pronounced I-R-Q, are hardware lines over which devices can send interrupt signals to the microprocessor. The

PCI IRQ pins are typically connected to the PCI bus INT A# ~ INT D# pins as follows:

PCI Slot 1

PCI Slot 2

PCI Slot 3

PCI Slot 4

PCI Slot 5

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Order 1

INT A#

INT B#

INT C#

INT D#

INT B#

Order 2

INT B#

INT C#

INT D#

INT A#

INT C#

Order 3

INT C#

INT D#

INT A#

INT B#

INT D#

Order 4

INT D#

INT A#

INT B#

INT C#

INT A#

Chapter 3. BIOS Setup

BIOS Setup

BIOS Setup

This chapter provides information on the BIOS Setup program and allows you to configure the system for optimum use.

You may need to run the Setup program when:

” An error message appears on the screen during the system booting up, and you are requested to run SETUP.

” You want to change the default settings for customized features.

MSI Reminds You...

1. The items under each BIOS category described in this chapter are under continuous update for better system performance. Therefore, the description may be slightly different from the latest BIOS and should be held for reference only.

2. While booting up, the BIOS version is shown in the 1st line appearing after the memory count. It is usually in the format: example: A7058IMS V1.0BH 04/23/04 where:

1st digit refers to BIOS maker as A=AMI(R); W=AWARD(R)

2nd - 5th digit refers to the model number.

6th digit refers to the chipset vendor.

7th - 8th digit refers to the customer, MS=all standard customers.

V1.0BH refers to the BIOS version.

04/23/04 refers to the date this BIOS is released.

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Entering Setup

Power on the computer and the system will start POST (Power On Self Test) process.

When the message below appears on the screen, press <DEL> key to enter Setup.

DEL: Setup Menu TAB: Logo F11: Boot Menu F10: Flash Recovery

If the message disappears before you respond and you still wish to enter Setup, restart the system by turning it OFF and On or pressing the RESET button. You may also restart the system by simultaneously pressing <Ctrl>, <Alt>, and <Delete> keys.

Selecting the First Boot Device

You are allowed to select the 1st boot device without entering the BIOS setup utility by pressing <F11>. When the same message as listed above appears on the screen, press <F11> to trigger the boot menu.

The POST messages might pass by too quickly for you to respond in time. If so, restart the system and press <F11> after around 2 or 3 seconds to activate the boot menu similar to the following.

Floppy

IDE-0

CDROM

[Up/Dn] Select

Select First Boot Device

: 1st Floppy

: IBM-DTLA-307038

: ATAPI CD-ROM DRIVE 40X M

[RETURN] Boot [ESC] cancel

The boot menu will list all the bootable devices. Select the one you want to boot from by using arrow keys and then pressing <Enter>. The system will boot from the selected device. The selection will not make changes to the settings in the BIOS setup utility, so next time when you power on the system, it will still use the original first boot device to boot up.

Control Keys

< ↑ >

< ↓ >

< ← >

< → >

Move to the previous item

Move to the next item

Move to the item in the left hand

Move to the item in the right hand

<Enter> Select the item

<Esc> Jumps to the Exit menu or returns to the main menu from a submenu

<+>

<->

Increase the numeric value or make changes

Decrease the numeric value or make changes

<F6>

<F7>

Load Optimized Defaults

Load Fail-Safe Defaults

<F10> Save all the CMOS changes and exit

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BIOS Setup

The Main Menu

Once you enter AMIBIOS NEW SETUP UTILITY, the Main Menu will appear on the screen. The Main Menu displays some main functions and two exit choices. Use arrow keys to move among the items and press <Enter> to enter the sub-menu.

Standard CMOS Features

Use this menu for basic system configurations, such as time, date etc.

Advanced BIOS Features

Use this menu to setup the items of AMI ® special enhanced features.

Advanced Chipset Features

Use this menu to change the values in the chipset registers and optimize your system’s performance.

Power Management Features

Use this menu to specify your settings for power management.

PNP/PCI Configurations

This entry appears if your system supports PnP/PCI.

Integrated Peripherals

Use this menu to specify your settings for integrated peripherals.

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PC Health Status

This entry shows your PC health status.

Frequency/Voltage Control

Use this menu to specify your settings for frequency/voltage control.

Set Supervisor Password

Use this menu to set Supervisor Password.

Set User Password

Use this menu to set User Password.

Load High Performance Defaults

Use this menu to load the BIOS values for the best system performance, but the system stability may be affected.

Load BIOS Setup Defaults

Use this menu to load factory default settings into the BIOS for stable system performance operations.

Save & Exit Setup

Save changes to CMOS and exit setup.

Exit Without Saving

Abandon all changes and exit setup.

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BIOS Setup

Frequency/Voltage Control

Use this menu to specify your settings for frequency/voltage control.

Performance Mode

This item allows you to control the MAT (memory acceleration technology) function of

CPU. MAT is MSI TM ’s exclusive technology, specializing in optimizing the data transfer rate among CPU, north bridge chip and memory, and also in procuring better memory performance and bandwidth up to 10%. Selecting [Fast] will enable MAT. Please be noted that not every memory is compatible with MAT. If the system fail to reboot for four times, the BIOS will be restored to the Default value ([Normal]). Setting options:

[Normal], [Fast], [Turbo (MAT)], [Ultra Turbo (MAT)].

MSI Reminds You...

1.

Even though MAT is easy to use, it doesn't mean there's no risk at all. We recommend you to check if your memory is able to bear

MAT setting or not before deciding to always use it. If your system will be unstable or reboot incidentally after switching to [Fast] , please switch back to [Normal] . Moreover, if you want to conduct

FSB overclocking, you should set MAT as [Normal] .

2.

Meanwhile, for security reason, there are two functions to protect

BIOS and protect user’s system from crashing:

(a) There is a safe hotkey "Ins" in BIOS. If the overclocking or/and

MAT fails to run, you can press "Ins" key while rebooting system to restore to the BIOS Defaults.

(b) If your system reboot for four times continually, the BIOS will be restored to the Defaults ( Normal ), too.

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MS-6728 ATX Mainboard

D.O.T. Range

(D.O.T) Dynamic Overclocking Technology is the automatic overclocking function, included in the MSI TM ’s newly developed CoreCell TM Technology. It is designed to detect the load balance of CPU while running programs, and to adjust the best CPU frequency automatically. When the motherboard detects CPU is running programs, it will speed up CPU automatically to make the program run smoothly and faster. When the CPU is temporarily suspending or staying in the low load balance, it will restore the default settings instead. Usually the Dynamic Overclocking Technology will be powered only when users' PC need to run huge amount of data like 3D games or the video process, and the CPU frequency need to be boosted up to enhance the overall performance. Setting options:

[Disabled] Disable Dynamic Overclocking.

[Private]

[Sergeant]

[Captain]

1st level of overclocking.

2nd level of overclocking.

3rd level of overclocking.

[Colonel]

[General]

4th level of overclocking.

5th level of overclocking.

[Commander] 6th level of overclocking.

MSI Reminds You...

Even though the Dynamic Overclocking Technology is more stable than manual overclocking, basically, it is still risky. We suggest user to make sure that your CPU can afford to overclocking regularly first.

If you find the PC appears to be unstable or reboot incidentally, it's better to disable the Dynamic Overclocking or to lower the level of overclocking options. By the way, if you need to conduct overclocking manually, you also need to disable the Dynamic OverClocking first.

D.O.T Mode

This item allows you to decide the mode to overclock dynamically. Setting options:

[CPU Only], [CPU+AGP].

CPU Ratio Selection

This setting controls the multiplier that is used to determine the internal clock speed of the processor relative to the external or motherboard clock speed.

DRAM Frequency (Mhz)

Use this field to configure the clock frequency of the installed DRAM. Settings are:

PSB 400: [266], [Auto], [333], [400], [433], [466], [500].

PSB 533: [266], [333], [Auto], [400], [433], [450], [466], [500], [354 (3:4)].

PSB 800: [266], [333], [400], [Auto], [433], [450], [466], [500], [532],

[501 (4:5)], [533 (3:4)].

MSI Reminds You...

The value plus a ratio (CPU: DDR) with parentheses means the nonsynchronous overclocking.

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BIOS Setup

Spread Spectrum

When the motherboard’s clock generator pulses, the extreme values (spikes) of the pulses creates EMI (Electromagnetic Interference). The Spread Spectrum function reduces the EMI generated by modulating the pulses so that the spikes of the pulses are reduced to flatter curves. If you do not have any EMI problem, leave the setting at

[Disabled] for optimal system stability and performance. But if you are plagued by EMI, activate the Spread Spectrum for EMI reduction. Remember to disable Spread Spectrum if you are overclocking because even a slight jitter can introduce a temporary boost in clock speed which may just cause your overclocked processor to lock up.

Options: [Disabled], [Enabled].

Adjust CPU Bus Clock (Mhz)

This item allows you to select the CPU Bus clock frequency (in MHz) and overclock the processor by adjusting the FSB clock to a higher frequency. Settings are:

PSB 400: 100-355MHz.

PSB 533: 133-500MHz

PSB 800: 200-500MHz

DDR Clock (Mhz)

This read-only item allows you to view the current DDR clock.

Adjust AGP/PCI Clock (Mhz)

This item allows you to select the AGP/PCI clock frequency (in MHz) by adjusting the

AGP/PCI clock to a higher frequency.

DDR Power Voltage

Adjusting the DDR voltage can increase the DDR speed. Any changes made to this setting may cause a stability issue, so changing the DDR voltage for long-term purpose is NOT recommended .

AGP Power Voltage

AGP voltage is adjustable in the field, allowing you to increase the performance of your AGP display card when overclocking, but the stability may be affected.

MSI Reminds You...

The settings shown in different color in CPU Voltage (V), DDR Power

Voltage and AGP Power Voltage helps to verify if your setting is proper for your system.

White: Safe setting.

Yellow: High performance setting.

Red: Not recommended setting and the system may be unstable.

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Set Supervisor/User Password

When you select this function, a message as below will appear on the screen:

Type the password, up to six characters in length, and press <Enter>. The password typed now will replace any previously set password from CMOS memory.

You will be prompted to confirm the password. Retype the password and press

<Enter>. You may also press <Esc> to abort the selection and not enter a password.

To clear a set password, just press <Enter> when you are prompted to enter the password. A message will show up confirming the password will be disabled.

Once the password is disabled, the system will boot and you can enter Setup without entering any password.

When a password has been set, you will be prompted to enter it every time you try to enter Setup. This prevents an unauthorized person from changing any part of your system configuration.

Additionally, when a password is enabled, you can also have AMIBIOS to request a password each time the system is booted. This would prevent unauthorized use of your computer. The setting to determine when the password prompt is required is the PASSWORD CHECK option of the ADVANCED BIOS FEATURES menu.

If the PASSWORD CHECK option is set to [Always], the password is required both at boot and at entry to Setup. If set to [Setup], password prompt only occurs when you try to enter Setup.

MSI Reminds You...

About Supervisor Password & User Password:

Supervisor password: Can enter and change the settings of the setup

User password: menu.

Can only enter but do not have the right to change the settings of the setup menu.

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BIOS Setup

Load High Performance/BIOS Setup Defaults

The two options on the main menu allow users to restore all of the BIOS settings to

High Performance defaults or BIOS Setup defaults. The High Performance Defaults are the values set by the mainboard manufacturer for the best system performance but probably will cause a stability issue. The BIOS Setup Defaults are the default values also set by the mainboard manufacturer for stable performance of the mainboard.

When you select Load High Performance Defaults, a message as below appears:

Pressing ‘Enter’ loads the default BIOS values that enable the best system performance but may lead to a stability issue.

MSI Reminds You...

The option is for power or overclocking users only . Use of high performance defaults will tighten most timings to increase the system performance. Therefore, a high-end system configuration is a must, which means you need high-quality VGA adapter, RAM and so on. We don’t recommend that users should apply the high performance defaults in their regular systems. Otherwise, the system may become unstable or even crash. If the system crashes or hangs after enabling the feature, please CLEAR CMOS DATA to resolve the problem.

For more information, refer to “Clear CMOS Jumper: JBAT1” in Chapter

2.

When you select Load BIOS Setup Defaults, a message as below appears:

Pressing ‘Enter’ loads the default values that are factory settings for stable system performance.

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Introduction to DigiCell

Introduction to DigiCell

DigiCell, the most useful and powerful utility that MSI has spent much research and efforts to develop, helps users to monitor and configure all the integrated peripherals of the system, such as audio program, power management, MP3 files management and communication / 802.11g WLAN settings. Moreover, with this unique utility, you will be able to activate the

MSI well-known features, Live Update and Core Center, which makes it easier to update the BIOS/drivers online, and to monitor the system hardware status (CPU/Fan temperature and speed) or to overclock the CPU/ memory.

Once you have your DigiCell installed (locate the setup source file in the setup CD accompanying with your mainboard, path: Utility --> MSI Utility --> MSI DigiCell ), it will have an icon in the system tray, a short cut icon on the desktop, and a short cut path in your “Start-up” menu. You may double-click on each icon to enable DigiCell.

short-cut icon in the system tray short-cut path in the start-up menu

(path: Start-->Programs-->MSI-->DigiCell)

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Main

Before using this utility, it is required to have all the integrated peripherals/cards (LAN card, Wireless LAN card, MegaStick... etc.) and all the necessary drivers (onboard

LAN driver, audio driver, CoreCenter, Live Update... etc.) installed correctly.

The icon representing each item will be lit up if it is inserted/installed correctly and properly. Otherwise, the icon will remain gray and user is not able to view the functionality/connection of that item.

Introduction:

Click on each icon appearing above to enter the sub-menu to make further configuration.

M S I

Click on this button to link to MSI website: http://www.msi.com.tw.

Quick Guide

Click on this button and the quick guide of DigiCell will be displayed for you to review.

H/W Diagnostic

In this sub-menu, it provides the information of each DigiCell button for you to check if the representing peripherals/cards/drivers are correctly installed.

Comm.

In this sub-menu, you can see the configuration details for communication products, including the status, strength, speed and channel of the connection of the Ethernet LAN & Wireless LAN.

Software Access Point

In this sub-menu, you can change your connection mode to different ones, and configure the advanced settings for each mode, such as the authentication encryption... etc.

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Introduction to DigiCell

Live Update

You can take advantage of Live Update to detect and update BIOS and drivers online.

Core Center

You can take advantage of Core Center to monitor the health status of your system and to overclock under Windows OS if your system supports overclocking function.

MEGA STICK

If you have your MEGA STICK connected to your system, this icon will be lit up. Click this blue icon to turn DigiCell into a MP3 player, and then you can load media files from your MEGA STICK or the system, and edit the preferred playlist.

Audio Speaker Setting

In this sub-menu, you can configure and test the multi-channel audio function, speakers, sound effect and environment.

Power on Agent

In this sub-menu, you can configure date, time and auto-executed programs of the power-on, power-off and restarting features.

MSI Reminds You...

Click on back button in every sub-menu and it will bring you back to the main menu.

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H/W Diagnostic

In the H/W Diagnostic sub-menu, you can see the information, status and note of each DigiCell. You may double check the connection and installation of the item marked as gray.

You may also click on the Mail to MSI button to send your questions or suggestions to MSI’s technical support staff.

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Introduction to DigiCell

Communication

In the Communication sub-menu, you can see the status of all the LAN / WLAN /

Bluetooth on the screen if the hardware is installed. The first icon indicates the onboard LAN on your system, the second icon indicates the wireless LAN status, and the third one is the information about the bluetooth on your system. Click on each item for details.

This icon indicates the information and connection status of onboard LAN, which is read-only.

The second icon indicates the wireless connection. You may click this icon to configure the advanced settings in the WLAN Card Mode dialogue box

(see the image on p.4-8). Please note that it is only available when the

Software Access Point is set to WLAN Card Mode .

The third icon indicates the connection using bluetooth devices. If your system is connected to the bluetooth device, the icon will light up.

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Software Access Point

In the Software Access Point sub-menu, you can see the communication status on your system and choose the desired software access point mode by clicking on the desired icon, in which the default settings are configured for your usage. The default software access point mode is set to WLAN Card Mode . For more advanced security settings and channels switching, click on “Setting” button to enter its submenu.

Terminology

Here are the introduction of WLAN / AP communication terminology.

WEP Key

In the wireless network environment, the administrator can set up password

(Network Key) to protect the network from being attacked or unauthorized access. When building the network, you can set up 4 sets of WEP keys, which can be 5 characters (10 hex-adecimal digital) or 13 characters (26 hex-adecimal digital) and specify one of them to use.

Ad-hoc Mode

An Ad-hoc network is a local area network or other small network, especially one with wireless or temporary plug-in connections, in which some of the network devices are part of the network only for the duration of a communications session. Users in the network can share files, print to a shared printer, and access the Internet with a shared modem. In this kind of network, new devices can be quickly added; however, users can only communicate with other wireless LAN computers that are in this wireless LAN workgroup, and are within range.

Infrastructure Mode

The difference between Infrastructure network and Ad-hoc network is that the former one includes an Access Point. In an Infrastructure network, the

Access Point can manage the bandwidth to maximize bandwidth utilization.

Additionally, the Access Point enables users on a wireless LAN to access an existing wired network, allowing wireless users to take advantage of the wired networks resources, such as Internet, email, file transfer, and printer sharing. The scale and range of the Infrastructure networking are larger and wider than that of the Ad-hoc networking.

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Access Point Mode

Click on “Setting” button of the Access Point Mode and the following screen will display.

IP Sharing

Click on this icon to enable/disable the IP sharing. The default of this setting is disabled.

Disabled.

Enabled.

Enabling/disabling IP sharing depends on the different situation. For example:

1. If your family and you are getting on Internet at home with multi computers, and your ISP only provides one IP for you, you may need to enable IP Sharing function in order to use this one IP to get on Internet with multi computers simultaneously.

2. If you are getting on Internet in office, usually the LAN card will automatically get the IP this computer uses. In this case you don’t have to enable this function.

SSID

Means Service Set Identifier, a unique name shared among all points in a wireless network. It must be identical for all points in the network. Then the card will be able to connect to an access point with the same SSID.

Channel

Specifies the operating radio frequency channel in Infrastructure mode , which should be set to an available one (ex: with less traffic to ensure the stable and better connection).

Associated Client List

This option is to display information of stations that are currently associated to your wireless gateway.

Association Control

This option allows you to control which PC can connect to the wireless LAN. If you

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enable this feature, only PCs with MAC address located in Association Control List can connect to the wireless LAN.

MAC Address

MAC stands for Media Access Control. A MAC address is the hardware address of a device connected to a network.

Security

This option allows you to enable/disable the authentication function.

Authentication

Open : Communicates the key across the network.

Shared : Devices must have identical WEP settings to communicate.

WLAN Card Mode

Click on “Setting” button of the WLAN Card Mode for the WEP status of your APs.

If the AP you are selecting (the highlighted one) is not encrypted ( Disabled shown in the Encryption column), the screen will display as below. You can click “ Connect ” to make connection to that AP, click “ Cancel ” to close this dialogue box, or click

“Refresh” button to update the available WLAN connections.

If the network you are selecting is encrypted ( WEP shown in the Encryption column), the screen will display as below. You need to enter the correct WEP key defined by

AP in the specified WEP Key 1~4 fields to make the connection.

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Live Update

Click on the Live Update icon in the main menu and the Live Update program will be enabled.

The Live Update 3™ is a tool used to detect and update your BIOS/ drivers/VGA BIOS/VGA Driver/OSD/Utility online so that you don’t need to search for the correct BIOS/driver version throughout the whole Web site. To use the function, you need to install the “MSI Live

Update 3” application. After the installation, the “MSI Live Update 3” icon (as shown on the right) will appear on the screen.

Double click the “MSI Live Update 3” icon, and the following screen will appear:

Six buttons are placed on the left column of the screen. Click the desired button to start the update process.

Live BIOS – Updates the BIOS online.

Live Driver – Updates the drivers online.

Live VGA BIOS – Updates the VGA BIOS online.

Live VGA Driver – Updates the VGA driver online.

Live OSD – Updates the firmware of the OSD products online.

Live Utility – Updates the utilities online.

If the product you purchased does not support any of the functions listed above, a

“sorry” message is displayed. For more information on the update instructions, insert the companion CD and refer to the “Live Update Guide” under the “Manual” Tab.

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MEGA STICK

In the MEGA STICK sub-menu, you can configure the settings of MSI MEGA STICK and the media files (*.m3u, *.mp3, *.wav, *.cda, *.wma) on your system.

Basic Function

Here you can edit your own play list with the buttons “load”, “save”, “delete”,

“shuttle”, “repeat” & “print”.

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Load To load media files or the playlist of mp3 files (*.m3u) on your system or on your MEGA STICK.

To save a loaded playlist of mp3 files (*.m3u) on your system or on Save your MEGA STICK.

Delete Click on the media files in the Play List: field and use “Delete” button to remove the media file from the play list. You may remove multi media files simultaneously by using “Ctrl” to select multi files.

Shuffle To play the media file in the Play List: in a random order.

Repeat To repeat the selected files in the Play List: .

Print This button has 2 functions:

1. To print out the details of current play list through your printer with the following information:

Song title --- Song length --- Singer name

2. To save the details of current play list and save the file in the plain text file format in the \\Program files\MSI\DigiCell\MyMusic.txt

for your reference. The MyMusic.txt

file is with the following information:

Song title --- Song length --- Singer name

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There is also a toolbar for you to execute some basic function, like play, stop, pause, previous/next song, song info and volume adjust. There is also a scroll bar on the top for you to forward/rewind .

previous pause next forward/rewind bar stop song’s information play

Right-click on the MP3 file and choose “Info” , a MP3 Info dialogue will pop up to show the information of the file, including the title, artist, album, release year and others. You may also add your own comment in the comment field. Then click “Save” to save the change, click

“Cancel” to discard the change, or click “Remove” to remove all this information.

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Non-Unicode programs supported

If you are using an operating system in European languages, and you’d like to play the media files in MEGA STICK with East-Asian languages (such as Chinese, Japanese...

etc.), it is possible that the file names display incorrectly.

However, you can install the Supplemental Language Support provided by

Microsoft to solve this problem. You need to have your Microsoft Setup CD prepared in the CD-ROM. The system will start to install the necessary components after the settings are configured here. Follow the steps described below.

1. Go to [Control Panel] and choose [Regional and Languages Options].

2. Go to the [Languages] tab and enable the check box of [Install files for East

Asian languages]. A dialogue box will pop up to remind you the above selection is chosen.

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3. Then go to the [Advanced] tab and select the language you want to be supported (the language of the filename in the MegaStick) from the dropdown list in the [Language for non-Unicode programs], then click [Apply]. The system will install the necessary components from your Microsoft Setup CD immediately.

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Core Center (for Pentium 4 CPU)

Click on the Core Center icon in the main menu and the Core Center program will be enabled.

CoreCenter is just like your PC doctor that can detect, view and adjust the PC hardware and system status during real time operation.

In the left side it shows the current system status including the Vcore, 3.3V, +5V and

12V. In the right side it shows the current PC hardware status such as the CPU & system temperatures and all fans speeds.

When you click the red triangles in the left and right sides, two sub-menus will open for users to adjust the thresholds of system to send out the warning messages.

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Left-wing: Current system status

In the left sub-menu, you can configure the settings of FSB, Vcore, Memory Voltage and AGP Voltage by clicking the radio button next to each item and make it available

(the radio button will be lighted as yellow when selected), use the “ + ” and “ ” buttons to adjust, then click “OK” to apply the changes. Then you can click “Save” to save the values you just configured.

Also you may click “Auto” to start testing the maximum CPU overclocking value. The

CPU FSB will automatically increase the testing value until the PC reboots. Or you may click “Default” to restore the default values.

Right-wing: PC hardware status during real time operation

In the right sub-menu, here you can configure the PC hardware status such as CPU

& system temperatures and fan speeds. You may use the scroll bars to adjust each item, then click “OK” to apply the changes. The values you set for the temperatures are the maximum thresholds for the system for warnings, and the value for fan speeds are the minimum thresholds.

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Audio Speaker Setting

In the Audio Speaker Setting sub-menu, you can configure the multi-channel audio operation, perform speaker test, and choose the environment you prefer while enjoying the music.

You can scroll the bar of each equalizer to regulate the current playing digital sound source. Also you may click on the “on” button to enable/disable the equalizer function.

Once the equalizer function is enabled, you can choose several preset equalizers for your preference. You may also right-click anywhere to execute this function.

After you have chosen one equalizer, it will be indicated next to the “ on ” button in yellow.

The Environment setting lets you select the environment you like, such as

Cave or Convert Hall .

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Click on the “Speaker test” button and the following dialogue box will appear:

In this Speaker Configuration dialogue box, select the audio configuration which is identical to the audio jack on your mainboard. Once the correct audio configuration is selected, click “Apply” to save the changes. Then the following screen will appear. In this Speaker Configuration dialogue box, first select the correct item from the Speaker mode drop-down list, and then click on each connected speaker to ensure if Headphone, 2-, 4-, 5.1-, or 7.1- channel audio operation is working properly. If any speaker fails to make sound, then check whether the cable is inserted firmly to the connector, or replace the bad speakers with good ones.

Center

Front Left

Main Side Left

Rear Left

Subwoofer

Front Right

Main Side Right

Rear Right

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Power on Agent

In the Power on Agent sub-menu, you can configure setting of power-on, poweroff and restarting status.

In the screen below, you can set the date, time, start-up programs respectively for power-on, power-off and restarting.

Power On

Here are the available settings for Power On function:

Date

T i m e

Use the drop-down list to select the date for power-on.

Use the arrow keys to select the hour/minute/second for power-on, power-off and restarting. Then click “Apply” to save the changes. As you click “Apply” , the following dialogue will appear to show you the next power-on schedule, and the system will start to count down to restart. Click “OK” to restart the computer right away or click “Later” to restart your computer later.

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Please note that the new setting will not take effect until you restart your computer.

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Power Off / Restart

You may configure the time (in the format hh:mm:ss) for the next power-off / restart.

Start With

Use the button “+Add” to add the start-up programs as DigiCell is activated next time. For example, you may like to have Outlook activated or a specified website linked when you get to the office every morning.

Step 1: Click on the Program: field and click “>>” button to browse for the path of Outlook or

Internet Explorer.

Step 2: Click on “OK” to apply the setting.

add the desired startwith program

Step 3: For specified file or specified website, you may enter the file name with the complete path or the website link in the Parameters: field.

To activate Outlook as DigiCell is enabled next time

To activate a specified website as DigiCell is enabled next time

Of course you may use the button “-Delete” to remove the added programs, or you can right-click on the selected program and click Delete .

delete the added program

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You can also enable the Every turn on function, which will enable the specified program(s) and file(s) every time the Digi Cell utility runs.

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Auto Login

Since the Power On function allows the system to power on automatically, you may have to enable this Auto Login function in the following situations:

1. If you are using a computer belonging to a domain in office, and you need to enter your user name & password everytime when you boot up your computer.

2. If there are multi users using the same computer and you’d like to power on the computer automatically with one specific user.

Enable Auto Login

Enable this setting if you want to use the Auto Login feature. It supports the following operating systems: Win9X, Windows ME, Windows 2000 & Windows XP.

Default User Name

It is only available for Windows 2000 & Windows XP.

-- If you are using a computer belonging to a domain in office, please enter your login user name in this field.

-- If you are using a computer with multi users (for Windows XP operating system), please enter the user name you’d like to auto power-on in this field.

Default Password

It is only available for Windows 2000 & Windows XP.

-- If you are using a computer belonging to a domain in office, please enter your login password in this field.

-- If you are using a computer with multi-users (for Windows XP operating system), please enter the password for the user name you’d like to auto power-on in this field.

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865PE/G Neo3

User’s Guide

Introduction

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C h a p t e r 1 . G e t t i n g

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Félicitation vous venez d’acheter une carte mère 865PEG

Neo3 (MS-6728) v3.X. La 865PEG Neo3 est basée sur les chipsets

Intel ® 865PE/G et Intel ® ICH5/5R permettant d’avoir un système optimal. Déstiné à recevoir les processeurs Intel ® Pentium 4

Prescott LGA775 , la carte mère 865PEG Neo3 est très performante et offre une solution adaptée tant aux particuliers qu’aux professionnels.

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Spécificités de la Carte Mère

CPU h Supporte les processeurs Intel ® Pentium 4 Prescott LGA775.

h Supporte les processeurs Pentium 4 3XX, 5XX & P4EE (Intel Pentium 4 Processor with HT Technology Extreme Edition) ou supérieur.

h Supporte la technologie Intel Hyper-Threading.

(Pour connaître les derni č res informations relatives au CPU, veuillez visiter http:// www.msi.com.tw/program/products/mainboard/mbd/pro_mbd_cpu_support.php)

Chipset h Chipset Intel ® 865PE/G

- Supporte FSB 800/533MHz.

- Supporte l’interface mémoire DDR2 400/333/266.

- Contrôleur graphique intégré AGP 8X (pour 865PE/G uniquement).

h Chipset Intel ® ICH5/5R

- Contrôleur USB (USB2.0), 480Mb/sec, jusqu’à 8 ports.

- 2 ports Serial ATA avec taux de trasfert jusqu’à 150Mb/s.

- 2 contrôleur Ultra ATA 100 bus Master IDE.

- PCI Master v2.3, I/O APIC.

- Compatible ACPI 2.0.

- Serial ATA 150 RAID 0, RAID 1. (Optionnel)

Mémoire Principale h Supporte quatre DIMM unbuffered de 2.5 Volt DDR SDRAM.

h Supporte jusqu’ ŕ 4GB de mémoire.

h Supporte l’interface mémoire DDR2 400/333/266.

(Pour une mise ŕ jour sur les mémoires, veuillez visiter http://www.msi.com.tw/ program/products/mainboard/mbd/pro_mbd_trp_list.php.)

Slots h Un slot AGP 8X/4X.

h Cinq slots 32-bit v2.3 Master PCI (supportant l’interface 3.3v/5v PCI bus).

IDE Intégré h un contrôleur Ultra DMA 66/100 IDE intégré dans l’ICH5/ICH5R.

- Supporte les modes opératoires PIO, Bus Master.

- Possibilité de connecter jusqu’à quatre disques Ultra ATA.

h Contrôleur Serial ATA 150 intégré dans l’ICH6R.

- Taux de transfert jusqu’à 150MB/sec.

- Possibilité de connecter jusqu’à quatre disques durs Serial ATA.

- Contrôleur AHCI avec SATA Raid 0, Raid 1. (Optionnel)

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Périphériques Intégrés h Les périphériques intégrés sont :

- 1 port floppy supportant 1 FDD avec 360K, 720K, 1.2M, 1.44M et 2.88Mbytes

- 1 port série

- 1 port VGA (pour 865G uniquement, Optionnel)

- 1 port parallèle supportant les modes SPP/EPP/ECP

- 1 Line-In / Line-Out / MIC-In / Sortie Speaker arrière / Center-Subwoofer Speaker

Out / port audio SPDIF-Out optique ou coaxial

- 8 ports USB (Arrière *4/ Façade *4)

- 1 RJ-45 LAN jack (Optionnel)

- 2 connecteurs IEEE 1394 (Optionnel)

RESEAU h Realtek ® 8100C / 8110S (Optionnel)

- IFast Ethernet MAC et PHY intégré dans une puce.

- Supporte 10Mb/s, 100Mb/s et 1000Mb/s (1000Mb/s pour 8110S uniquement).

- Compatible avec PCI 2.2.

- Supporte l’ACPI Power Management.

Audio h Contrôleur Azalia intégré dans le chipset Intel ® ICH5/5R.

h Codec 8 canaux audio Realtek ALC850.

- Compatible avec les spéc AC97 v2.3

BIOS h La carte m č re utilise un BIOS “Plug & Play” détectant les périphériques ainsi que les cartes d’extension de façon automatique.

h La carte offre une fonction DMI (Desktop Management Interface) qui enregistre les spécifications de la carte m č re.

Montage et Dimension h Format ATX : 24.4 cm (W) x 30.5 cm (L) h 9 trous de montage

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Schéma de la Carte

Top : mouse

Bottom: keyboard

Top : Parallel Port

Bottom:

COM A

VGA Port (Optional)

CPUFAN1

4

JCI1

7

Winbond

W83627HF

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T: SPDIF Out

B: USB ports

T: LAN jack

(Optional)

B: USB ports

T:

M:

B:

Line-In

Line-Out

Mic

T:RS-Out

M:CS-Out

B:SPDIF Out

(All optional)

JPW1

2

NBFAN1

4

Intel

865PE/G

5

Realtek

8100C/8110S

(Optional)

PCI Slot 1

PCI Slot 2 BATT

+

JCD1

9

PCI Slot 3

PCI Slot 4

Codec

PCI Slot 5

JAUD1

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JBAT1

15

AGP Slot

CoreCell

ICH5/

ICH5R

SATA2 SATA1

BIOS

JDB1

10

6

16

VIA

VT6307

JUSB2 JUSB1 J1394_1 J1394_2

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JFP1 JIR1

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Connecteur d’Alimentation ATX 20 broches: ATX1 Ce connecteur permet la connexion d’alimentations ATX 24 broches.

Connecteur d’Alimentation ATX 12V : JPW1 Ce connecteur d’alimentation

12V permet l’alimentation du CPU.

Connecteur Floppy Disk Drive : FDD1 La carte est pourvue d’un connecteur de disquette qui supporte les disques de 360K, 720K, 1.2M, 1.44M et 2.88M.

Connecteurs d’Alimentation: Le CPUFAN1 (ventilateur du processeur),

SFAN1, SFAN2 (ventilateur système 1), NBFAN1 (ventilateur NorthBridge Chipset) et PWRFAN1 (ventilateur d’alimentation) supportent le +12V.

Connecteurs Hard Disk : IDE1, IDE2 & IDE3 (IDE 2 & IDE3 sont optionnels)

La carte offre un contrôleur 32-bit Ultra DMA 66/100 integré dans l’ICH6R, qui supporte les modes opératoires PIO & Bus Master pouvant recevoir jusqu’ ŕ deux lecteurs Ultra ATA.

Connecteurs Serial ATA/Serial ATA RAID Controllés par l’ICH5/5R:

SATA1~SATA2 Le Chipset sud de la carte m č re (Intel ICH5/5R) supporte quatre connecteurs serail ATA SATA1~SATA2. SATA1~SATA4 sont des ports d’interface doubles et tr č s rapide. Chacun supportant la 1 st génération de serial

ATA avec un taux de transfert de 150 MB/s. Chauqe connecteur est enti č rement compatible avec les spec. Serial ATA 1.0. Chauqe connecteur Serial ATA peut ę tre connecté avec un disqe dur.

Connecteur Chassis Intrusion Switch : JCI1 Ce connecteur est connécté ŕ un switch ŕ 2 broches sur le chassis.

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Connecteurs Front Panel : JFP1 & JFP2 La carte m č re poss č de 2 connecteurs en façade pour les connections éléctriques de l’interrupteur en façade et des LEDs. JFP1 est compatible avec le guide Intel ® Front Panel I/O

Connectivity Design.

Power

LED

Power

Switch

Power LED

JFP1 2

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10

9

JFP2

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HDD

LED

Reset

Switch

Speaker

Connecteur CD-In : JCD1 Connecteur permettant le branchement audio du

CD-Rom.

Connecteur D-Bracket™ 2 : JDB1 La carte poss č de un connecteur JDB1 permettant la connexion d’un D-Bracket™ 2. Le D-Bracket™ 2 est un bracket

USB qui supporte ŕ la fois les spécifications JUSB1, JUSB2.

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permet d’augmenter le taux de transfert des données jusqu’ ŕ 480Mbps, soit 40 fois la vitesse de l’USB 1.1, et permet la connexion d’appreils photos numériques, imprimantes.

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Connecteur Front Panel Audio : JAUD1 Le connecteur audio JAUD1 front panel vous permet de connecter le front panel audio qui est coimpatible avec l’Intel ® Front Panel I/O Connectivity Design Guide.

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Connecteurs IEEE 1394 : J1394_1, J1394_2 La carte procure trois connecteurs 1394 qui vous permettent la connexion de bracket externes

IEEE1394.

Branchement du Module Infrarouge IrDA: JIR1 Le branchement vous permet de vous connecter au module infrarouge IrDA. Vous devez le configurer en passant par le BIOS pour utiliser les fonctions IR. JIR1 est compatible avec le guide Intel ® Front Panel I/O Connectivity Design.

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Cavalier Clear CMOS : JBAT1

Une batterie doit être utilisée afin de retenir la configuration du système paramètrée dans la RAM CMOS. Placez un cavalier sur les broches 1-2 de JBAT1 afin de conserver les données du CMOS. Suivez les instructions pour procéder à l’éffacement :

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JBAT1

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Keep Data

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Clear Data

Vous pouvez effacer le CMOS en plaçant le cavalier sur les broche 2-3, lorsque le système est éteint. Replacez ensuite le cavalier sur 1-2. N’effacez jamais le

CMOS lorsque le système est allumé,cela endomagerait la carte mère.

Slot AGP (Accelerated Graphics Port)

Le slot AGP/AGP Pro vous permet d’insérez une carte graphiques AGP.

AGP est une interface crée spécifiquement pour les besoins des graphiques

3D. Elle permet, ŕ 66MHz, au contrôlleur graphiques d’accéder directement ŕ la mémoire via un canal 32-bit. Le slots supporte les cartes AGP 8x/4x.

Slots PCI (Peripheral Component Interconnect)

Le slot PCI permet la connexion de cartes d’extension. Lors de la mise en place ou lorsque vous retirer un carte PCI assurez-vous que l’alimentation n’est plsu reliée au PC, cela pourraît endommager votre syst č me. Cependant il est impératif de lire la documentation de votre matériel avant de la brancher afin de savoir quels sont les réglages ou configuration qu’il est nécessaire de mettre en place (BIOS, cavalier etc..)

Le slot PCI orange (PCI5) peut aussi fonctionner comme un slot de communication vous permettant a connexion de cartes réseaux sans fil MSI.

Introduction

Central Processing Unit: CPU

La carte m č re supporte les processeurs Intel ® Pentium 4 Prescott. La carte utilise un socket appelé LGA775. Lors de l’installation du CPU, assurez-vous de bien installer un dissipateur + ventilateur afin d’éviter la surchauffe . Si vous ne savez pas le mod č le qu’il vous faut, il est recommandé de prendre contact avec votre revendeur .

Pour une mise ŕ jour sur les informations relatives au CPU, veuillez visiter http:/

/www.msi.com.tw/program/products/mainboard/mbd/pro_mbd_cpu_support.php.

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Surchauffe

Une surchauffe peut sérieusement endommager le CPU et le syst č me, assurez vous toujours que le syst č me de reffroidissement fonctionne correctement pour protéger le CPU d’une surchauffe.

Remplacer le CPU

Avant de remplacer le CPU, éteignez toujours l’alimentation ATX ou débranchez la prise pour assurer la sécurité du CPU.

Overclocking

Cette carte m č re a été créée pour supporter l’overclocking. Assurez vous que vos composants sont capables de tolérer de tels réglages, avant d’overclocker le syst č me. Tout essais au del ŕ des spécifications des produits n’est pas recommandé. Nous ne garantissons pas les damages causés par une mauvaises opération ou au del ŕ des spécifications du produit.

Introduction au LGA 775 CPU

Dessous du CPU LGA 775.

Dessus du CPU LGA 775.

Ne pas oublier de mettre de la p â t e t h e r m i q u e p o u r u n e meilleure dissipation thermique.

Alignment Key Alignement

Le triangle jaune est le premier indicateur

Le triangle jaune est le premier indicateur

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Installer le système de refroidissement du CPU

Quand vous installerez votre CPU, assurez vous que le CPU possède un système de reffroidissement pour prévenir les surchauffes. Si vous ne possédez pas de système de reffroidissement, contactez votre revendeur pour vous en procurer un et installez le avant d’allumer l’ordinateur.

1. Le CPU possède un capot plastique le protégeant. Ne jamais retirer le capot avant que le CPU ne soit installé.

2. Retirer le capot comme indiqué

(dans le sens indiqué par la flèche).

3. Les broches du socket sont visibles.

4. Ouvrir le levier.

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5. Tirer le levier et ouvrir le plateau.

6. A p r è s v e r i f i c a t i o n d u C P U , appuyez dessus pour qu’il se connecte au socket. Verifiez en même temps que l’alignement est correct.

alignment key

7. Regarder si le CPU est bien positionné dans le socket. Si non, retirez le CPU et installez le de nouveau.

8. Refermer le plateau.

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9. Abaisser le levier, puis le sécuriser en l’attachant au mécanisme de rétention.

10. Aligner les trous de la carte mère avec le ventilateur. Appuyer sur le ventilateur jusqu’à ce que les clips soient dans les trous de la carte.

11. Appuyer sur le 4 parties (comme indiqué) puis effectuer une rotation (se référer aux marque) pour sécuriser l’ensemble.

12. Retourner la carte mère pour s’assurer que les clips sont bine insérés.

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1. Vérifier la connexion du ventilateur de CPU avant de démarre le PC.

2. Vérifier les informations dans le BIOS PC Health Status du H/W

Monitor au sujet de la température du CPU.

3. Ne pas toucher les broches du CPU pour éviter de les endommager.

4. Si vous e^te amné ŕ retirer votre CPU, ne pas oublier de remettre la protection (capot) en plastique sur le socket (voir figure 1).

5. A noter que la mise en place du CPU est prévue pour une vingtaine de connexion, cependant il n’est pas recommandé d’installer/retirer le

CPU trop souvent.

Introduction

Mémoire

La carte m č re poss č de 4 slots (184 broches) 2.5V DDR DIMMavec 8 banques mémoires. Vous pouvez installer des modules de mémoire DDR266/333/400/433/466/

500/533 sur les slots DDR DIMM (DDR 1~4). Pour fonctionner correctement, au moins un module DIMM doit ę tre installé. Notez que DDR433 / DDR466 / DDR500 / DDR533 sont des spécifications d’overclocking.

Slots DDR DIMM

(DDR 1~4, de gauche à droite)

Canal A: DIMM1 & DIMM2 (vert clair)

Canal B: DIMM3 & DIMM4 (violet)

IIntroduction ŕ la DDR SDRAM

La DDR (Double Data Rate) SDRAM est similaire ŕ la SDRAM conventionnelle, mais permet par cycle un taux de transfert double. Elle utilise une alimentation 2.5

volts au contraire des 3.3 volts pour la SDR SDRAM, et utilise des modules DIMM 184 broches au lieu des modules DIMM 168 broches utilisé par la SDR SDRAM. Notez que la DDR SDRAM ne supporte pas l’ECC (error correcting code) et les DIMM enregistré.

Combinaison entre les Modules de DDR

Il faut au moins installer un module DDR DIMM dans un des slots. Chaque module DIMM supporte jusqu’ ŕ 1Go de mémoire. L’utilisateurs peut installer des modules simples ou doubles en fonction de ses besoins. Notez que chaque DIMM peut fonctionner en simple canal DDR, mais il y a des r č gles si l’on utilise le dual channel (reportez vous au tableau sur les combinaisons ŕ la page 2-8).

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L’utilisateur peut istaller des modules mémoire de type et de taille différente sur différent canaux DIMM. Mais, le type et la taille des modules mémoires sont obligatirement les m ę me si l’onutilise le dual channel.

Réferrez vous au tableau suivant pour voir les combinaisons de le dual channel.

Les combinaisons non mentionnées peuvent provoquer de sérieux dommages ou une instabilité du syst č me.

DIMM1 (Ch A) DIMM2 (Ch A) DIMM3 (Ch B) DIMM4 (Ch B) System Density

128MB~1GB 128MB~1GB 256MB~2GB

128MB~1GB

128MB~1GB

128MB~1GB 128MB~1GB

128MB~1GB

128MB~1GB

256MB~2GB

512MB~4GB

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La DDR Dual-channel fonctionne UNIQUEMENT avec les 3 combinaisons listées dans le tableau ci-dessus.

Installer les modules DDR

1.

Le DIMM DDR ne poss č de qu’une encoche en son centre. Ainsi il n’est possible de monter le module que dans un seul sens.

2.

Insérez le module de mémoire DIMM verticalement dans le slot. Puis appuyez dessus.

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La marque dorée doit ą peine ź tre visible lorsque le module est correctement installé..

3.

Le clip en plastique situé de chaque c ō té du module va se fermer automatiquement.

Volt Encoche

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Introduction

Entrer dans le BIOS Setup

Allumer le PC et le système de POST (Power On Self Test) se met en route. Quand le message ci-dessous apparaît à l’écran, appuyez sur la touche <DEL> pour entrer dans le setup.

DEL: Setup Menu TAB: Logo F11: Boot Menu F10: Flash Recovery

Si le message disparaît avant que vous ne puissiez entrer dans le setup, redémarrez votre ordinateur en appuyant sur le bouton RESET. Vous pouvez aussi utiliser simultanément la combinaison de touches : <Ctrl>, <Alt>, et <Delete>.

Choix du Premier Elément de Boot

Vous pouvez choisir le premier élément de boot sans entrer dans le setup, pour cela il suffit d’appuyer sur la touche <F11> quand le message appara ī t ą l’écran (voir exemple ci-dessus). Le message de POST passe tr č s rapidement, si vous n’avez pas le temps d’appuyer sur la touche <F11>, redémarrez votre PC et appuyez de nouveau sur

<F11> pendant 2 ou 3 secondes pour activer le menu de boot comme indiqué cidessous.

Floppy

IDE-0

CDROM

[Up/Dn] Select

Select First Boot Device

: 1st Floppy

: IBM-DTLA-307038

: ATAPI CD-ROM DRIVE 40X M

[RETURN] Boot [ESC] cancel

Le menu de boot va vous indiquer tous les éléments qui peuvent ę tre selectionnés.

Choisir celui que vous voulez en utilisant les fl č ches pour vous déplacer et en appuaynt sur <Enter> pour selectionner. Les syst č me va alors booter ŕ partir de cet

élément. Cela ne change rien aux éléments du BIOS, le seul changement est que lors du prochain démarrage, le boot se fera ŕ partir de cet élément.

Touches de Contrôle

< ↑ >

< ↓ >

< ← >

< → >

Se déplacer au champ précédent.

Se déplacer au champ suivant.

Se déplacer au champ sur la gauche.

Se déplacer au champ sur la droit.

<Enter> Séléctoinner le champ.

<Esc>

<+>

Quitter ou retourner au menu principal.

Augmente la valeur numérique ou change l’option.

<->

<F6>

<F7>

<F10>

Diminue la valeur numérique ou change l’option.

Charge les réglages par défaut.

Charge les réglages sans échec.

Sauve toute les mofications du CMOS et quitte.

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Menu Principal

Une fois entré dans l’AMIBIOS NEW SETUP UTILITY, le menu suivant apparaît ŕ l’écran. Le menu principal offre 12 fonctions configurables ant duex choix de sortie.

Utilisez les fl č ches pour vous déplacer ŕ l’intérieur du menu et appuyez sur <Enter> pour accéder au sous-menu.

Standard CMOS Features

Cette fonction permet le paramétrage des éléments standards du BIOS.

Advanced BIOS Features

Cette fonction permet de paramétrer des éléments avancés du Bios.

Advanced Chipset Features

Cette option vous permet de paramétrer les éléments relatifs au registre du chipset, permettant ainsi d’optimiser les performances de votre syst č me.

Power Management Features

Utilisez ce menu pour appliquer vos choix en ce qui concerne le power management.

PNP/PCI Configurations

Apparaît si votre syst č me supporte PNP/PCI.

Integrated Peripherals

Utilisez ce menu pour changer les choix relatifs aux périphériques intégrés.Cette

option vous permet de visualiser l’état des éléments présents dans votre syst č me.

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Frequency/Voltage Control

Utilisez ce menu pour spécifier les param č tres que vous désirez utiliser en ce qui concerne le contrôle fréquence/voltage.

Set Supervisor Password

Utilisez ce menu pour entrer un mot de passe Superviseur.

Set User Password

Utilisez ce menu pour entrer un mot de passe Utilisateur.

Load High Performance Defaults

Utilisez ce menu pour charger les valeurs du BIOS qui donnent les meilleures performances, mais la stabilité du syst č me pourrait ę tre affectée.

Load BIOS Setup Defaults

Utilisez ce menu afin de charger les valeurs définies en usine pour le BIOS, offrant ainsi des performances stables.

Save & Exit Setup

Les modifications sont enregistrées dans le CMOS avant la sortie du setup.

Exit Without Saving

Les modifications sont abandonnées avnt la sorti du setup.

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Contrôle Fréquence/Voltage

voltage.

Utilisez ce menu pour indiquer vos param č tres concernant la fréquence/

Performance Mode

Cet élément permet de contrôler la fonction MAT Technologie d’accélération mémoire) du CPU. MAT est une technologie exclusive MSI TM ’, qui permet d’optimiser le taux de transfert entre CPU, north bridge et la mémoire, et d’augmenter la bande passante mémoire d’environ 10%. Choisir [Fast] va activer la fonction MAT. Toutes les mémoires ne sont pas compatibles avec la fonction MAT. Si le système redémarre quatre fois de suite, le BIOS va restaurer les paramètres par défaut ([Normal]). Les options: [Normal],

[Fast], [Turbo (MAT)], [Ultra Turbo (MAT)].

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1. M ę me si MAT est facile ŕ utiliser, cela n’est pas sans risque.

Nous vous recommandons de vérifier que votre mémoire pet supporter les spécifications du MAT, avant d’utiliser cette fonction.

Si votre syst č m est instable ou reboot en mode [Fast] , veuillez passer en mode [Normal] . Pour l’overclocking, veuillez laisser

MAT en mode [Normal] .

2. Cependant, pour des raisons de sécurité, il existe 2 fonctions de protection dans le BIOS:

(a) Appuyez sur "Ins" si vous n’arrivez pas ŕ démarrer suite ŕ un overclocking et/ou l’utilisation du MAT, cela vous permet de revenir aux param č tres par défaut.

(b) Si votre syst č me reboot quatre fois, le BIOS se met automatiquement en mode par défaut ( Normal ).

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D.O.T. Range

Le DOT (Dynamic Overclocking Technology) est une fonction overclocking automatique inclut dans la nouvelle technologie CoreCell TM développée par MSI TM . Déstiné à détecter la charge de travail du CPU lors de l’utilisation de programmes, le DOT permet d’augmenter la fréquence du CPU automatiquement afin que le programme soit utilisé dans les meilleures conditions. Quand le CPU ne travaille pas ou que son activité est faible alors les paramètres par défaut sont utilisés. En règle général, le DOT se met en action lorsque la demande en puissance est importante comme lorsque vous utilisez des jeux 3D. Les options sont :

[Disabled]

[Private]

Désactive la fonction DOT

1er niveau d’overclocking

[Sergeant] 2ème niveau d’overclocking

[Captain]

[Colonel]

3ème niveau d’overclocking

4ème niveau d’overclocking

[General] 5ème niveau d’overclocking

[Commander] 6ème niveau d’overclocking

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1.

Même si le DOT est plus stable que l’overclocking manuel, cela reste risqué.

Nous vous suggérons de faire un overclocking progressif, et du juger à la vue des résultats si vous devez désactiver le DOT ou choisir un niveau plus ou moins elevé d’overclocking.

2.

Cependant il existe deux fonctions pour protéger l’utilisateur contre le crash du système.

Si l’overclocking devait vous pose un problème, il vous suffit d’appuyer sur la touche "Ins" lors du boot du PC et ainsi restaurer les valeurs du

BIOS par déaut.

Si le système reboot accidentellement plus de 4 fois de suite, alors les valeurs par défaut du Bios seront rétablies.

D.O.T Mode

Cet élément permet de choisir ce que vous allez overclocker. Les options :[CPU Only],

[CPU+AGP].

CPU Ratio Selection

Ce paramètre contrôle le multiplicateur qui est utilisé pour déterminer la vitesse de l’horloge interne du processeur par rapport à la vitesse d’horloge de la carte mère.

DRAM Frequency (Mhz)

Utilisez ce paramètre pour configurer la fréquence de la DRAM installée. Les options sont : FSB 400: [266], [Auto], [333], [400], [433], [466], [500].

FSB 533: [266], [333], [Auto], [400], [433], [450], [466], [500], [354 (3:4)].

FSB 800: [266], [333], [400], [Auto], [433], [450], [466], [500], [532],

[501 (4:5)], [533 (3:4)].

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La valeur plus le ration entre parenthèses (CPU: DDR) signifie overclocking non syncrone.

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Spread Spectrum

Les cartes mères créent des EMI (Electromagnetic Interference). La fonction de Spread

Spectrum reduit ces EMI. Si vous n’avez pas de problème d’EMI, laisser l’option sur

Disabled, ceci vous permet une stabilité du système et des performances optimales.

Dans le cas contraire, choisissez Enabled pour rédiure les EMI. N’oubliez pas de désactiver cette fonction si vous voulez faire de l’overclocking, afin d’éviter tout problème.

Les options: [Disabled], [Enabled].

Adjust CPU Bus Clock (Mhz)

Cet élément permet de sélectionner la fréquence CPU Bus clock (en MHz) et d’overclocker le processeur en modifiant le FSB Les options :

FSB 400: 100-355MHz.

FSB 533: 133-500MHz

FSB 800: 200-500MHz

DDR Clock (Mhz)

Permet la lecture uniquement de l’état du clock DDR.

Adjust AGP/PCI Clock (Mhz)

Cet élément permet de sélectionner la fréquence de l’horloge AGP/PCI (en MHz).

DDR Power Voltage

Modifier le voltage DDR peut accroître la vitesse de la DDR. Tout changement peut entraîner une instabilité, c’est pour cela qu’il n’est pas recommandé de modifier les paramètres à long terme .

AGP Power Voltage

Le voltage AGP est modifiable ici, et permet d’augmenter les performances de l’AGP par le biais de l’overclocking mais la stablité n’est pas assurée.

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Les paramètres apparaîssent avec différentes couleurs pour : CPU

Voltage (V), DDR Power Voltage and AGP Power Voltage, cela permet de vérifier si le paramètre convient au système.

Blanc: Paramètre correct

Jaune: Paramètre haute performance

Rouge: Paramètre non recommandé, instabilité possible.

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Mot de paCsse Superviseur/Utilisateur

Quand vous choisissez cette fonction, un message comme celui ci-dessous appara ī t:

Entrez un mot de passe ne dépassant pas 6 caract č res, puis appuyez sur

<Enter>. Le mot de passe entré remplace l’ancien dans la mémoire CMOS. Une confirmation du mot de passe vous est demandé. Entrez le de nouveau et appuyez sur <Enter>. Vous pouvez aussi appuyer sur <Esc> pour annuler le mot de passe.

Pour effacer un mot de passe, appuyez sur <Enter> quand vous ź tes sur le point d’entrer le mot de passe. Un message vous indique que le mot de passe est désactivé.

Une fois celui-ci désactivé, le syst č me redémarre et vous pouvez alors entrer dans le setup sans avoir ą entrer un mot de passe.

Quand u mot de passe est en place, vous devez le taper ą chaque fois que vous voulez entrer dans le setup. Ceci permet d’éviter que des personnes non autorisées n’éffectuent des changements sur votre machine.

Vous pouvez aussi mettre un mot de passe au moment de la séquence de boot.

Cela permet de restriendre l’acc č s ą votre machine aux seules personnes autorisées.

L’élément qui permet de déterminer quand un mot de passe est nécessaire est l’option

PASSWORD CHECK du menu ADVANCED BIOS FEATURES. Si l’option de PASSWORD

CHECK est en position Always , le mot de passe est nécessaire au moment du boot et au moment de l’entrée dans le setup. En position to Setup , le mot de passe n’est nécessaire que lors de l’entrée dans le setup.

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Mot de passe Superviseur & Utilisateur :

Mot de passe Superviseur: Permet l’entrée dans le setup et la modifications des param č tres.

Mot de passe Utilisateur: Permet d’entrer dans le setup mais aucune modification n’est possible.

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Load High Performance/BIOS Setup Defaults

Les deux options du menu principal permettent ŕ l’utilisateur de restaurer les valeurs du BIOS en choisissant High Performance defaults ou BIOS Setup defaults. Le valeurs

High Performance Defaults sont des valeurs définies par le manufacturier afin d’avoir un syst č me performant (mais le syst č me peut ne pas ę tre stable). Les valeurs BIOS

Setup Defaults sont des valeurs définies en usine afin d’assurer un syst č me stable et performant.

Quand vous choisissez High Performance Defaults, un message apparaît comme indiqué ci-dessous::

Appuyer sur ‘Entrér’ chargera les valeurs du BIOS qui activent les meilleures performances du syst č me mais qui peuvent provoquer une instabilité.

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The option is for power or overclocking users only . Use of high performance defaults will tighten most timings to increase the system performance. Therefore, a high-end system configuration is a must, which means you need high-quality VGA adapter, RAM and so on. We don’t recommend that users should apply the high performance defaults in their regular systems. Otherwise, the system may become unstable or even crash. If the system crashes or hangs after enabling the feature, please CLEAR CMOS DATA to resolve the problem.

For more information, refer to “Clear CMOS Jumper: JBAT1” in Chapter

2.

Quand vous choisissez Load BIOS Setup Defaults, un message apparaît :

Appuyer sur ‘Entrér’ chargera les valeurs d’usine du BIOS pour un syst č me stable.

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User’s Guide

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Vielen Dank für die Wahl des 865PE/G Neo3 (MS-6728) v3.X

ATX Mainboards. Das 865PE/G Neo3 Mainboard basiert auf dem

Intel ® 865PE/G und Intel ® ICH5/5R Chipsatz für optimale

Systemleistung. Vorbereitet für den Einsatz des Intel ® Pentium 4

Prescott LGA775 Prozessors, steht das 865PE/G Neo3 Mainboard für höchste Leistung und eine professionelle Plattform für den Desktop-PC.

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Mainboard Spezifikation

CPU h unterstützt Intel ® Pentium 4 Prescott LGA775 Prozessoren im LGA775 Design h unterstützt bis zu Pentium 4 3XX, 5XX, 6XX & P4EE (Intel Pentium 4 Processor with

HT Technology Extreme Edition) Prozessoren oder höhere Geschwindigkeiten.

h unterstützt Intel Hyper-Threading Technologie.

(für neueste Informationen zur CPU-Unterstützung, besuchenSie bitte folgende

W e b s e i t e : h t t p : / / w w w . m s i . c o m . t w / p r o g r a m / p r o d u c t s / m a i n b o a r d / m b d / pro_mbd_cpu_support.php)

Chipsatz h

Intel ® 865PE /G Chipsatz

- unterstützt FSB 800/533MHz.

- unterstützt AGP 8X

- unterstützt DDR 400/333/266 Speicher

- Integrierter Grafik-Controller (nur 865G).

h

Intel ® ICH5/ICH5R Chipsatz

- Hi-Speed USB (USB2.0) Controller, 480Mb/Sek, max. 8 Ports.

- 2 Serial-ATA Ports mit Transferraten bis zu 1.5Gb/s.

- 2 Ultra ATA 100 Bus Master Anschluss

- entspricht ACPI 2.0

- Serial-ATA 150 RAID 0 und RAID 1 (Optional).

Hauptspeicher h unterstützt vier unbuffered DIMM-Module mit 2.5 Volt DDR SDRAMs h unterstützt bis zu 4GB Speichergöße.

h unterstützt DDR 266/333/400 Speicherschnittstelle.

(für neueste Informationen zur Speicherunterstützung, wenden Sie sich bitte an: http://www.msi.com.tw/program/products/mainboard/mbd/pro_mbd_trp_list.php.)

Steckplätze h 1 AGP Slot (8X/4X).

h

5 32-Bit v2.3 Master PCI-Bus Slots (unterstützt 3.3v/5v PCI Bus).

On-Board IDE h Ein Ultra DMA 66/100 IDE Controller integriert in ICH5/5R.

- unterstützt PIO und Bus Master Modus.

- Anschluss von bis zu zwei Ultra ATA Laufwerken.

h Serial ATA 150 Controller integriert in ICH5/5R.

- Bis zu 150MB/Sek Transfergeschwindigkeit.

- Anschluss von bis zu vier Serial ATA Laufwerken.

- unterstützt AHCI Controller mit Serial-ATA 150 RAID 0 und RAID 1 (Optional).

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On-Board Peripherie h die On-Board Peripherie beinhaltet:

- 1 Diskettenlaufwerks-Controller unterstützt 1 FDD mit 360K, 720K, 1.2M, 1.44M

und 2.88Mbytes

- 1 serieller Port

- 1 VGA Port (nur 865G, optional)

- 1 Parallel Port unterstützt SPP/EPP/ECP Modi

- je 1 Line-In / Line-Out / MIC-In / Rear /Center-Subwoofer-Lautsprecherausgang

/ je ein optischer- und ein coaxial SPDIF-Ausgang

- 8 USB Ports (Rückwärtig * 4/ Vorne * 4)

- 1 RJ-45 LAN Anschluss (Optional)

- 2 IEEE 1394 Anschlüsse (Optional)

LAN h Realtek ® 8100C / 8110S (Optional)

- Integrierter Fast Ethernet MAC und PHY in einem Chip.

- Unterstützt 10Mb/s, 100Mb/s und 1000Mb/s (1000Mb/s nur mit 8110S).

- Entspricht PCI 2.2 Spezifikation.

- Unterstützt ACPI Power Management.

Audio h AC97 Controller integriert in Intel ® ICH5/5R Chipsatz.

h

8-Kanal Audio Realtek ALC850.

- entspricht AC97 v2.3 Spezifikation.

BIOS h

Das Mainboard-BIOS unterstützt “Plug & Play”. Das BIOS erkennt die integrierte

Peripherie und die Erweiterungskarten automatisch.

h Das Mainboard unterstützt die Desktop Management Interface (DMI) Funktion, die die Mainboard-Spezifikationen speichert.

Befestigung und Maße h ATX Format: 24.4 cm (W) x 30.5 cm (L) h

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Mainboard Übersicht

Top : mouse

Bottom: k eyboard

Top : Pa rallel Port

Bottom:

COM A

VGA Port (Optiona l)

CPUFAN1

4

JCI1

7

Winbond

W83627HF

1

3

T: SPDIF Out

B: USB ports

T: LAN jack

(Optional)

B: USB ports

T: Line-In

M: Line-Out

B: Mic

T:RS-Out

M:CS-Out

B:SPDIF Out

(All optional)

JPW1

2

NBFAN1

4

Intel

865PE/G

5

Re altek

8100C/8110S

(Optional)

PCI Slot 1

PCI Slot 2

BATT

+

JCD1

9

PCI Slot 3

Codec

PCI Slot 4

PCI Slot 5

JAUD1

12

JBAT1

15

AGP Slot

CoreCell

ICH5/

ICH5R

SATA2 SATA1

BIOS

JDB1

10

6

16

VIA

VT6307

JUSB2 JUSB1 J1394 _1 J1394 _2

4

11 13

JFP1 JIR1

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ATX 20-Pin Netzteilanschluss: ATX1 Dieser Anschluss dient der Verbindung zu dem ATX-Netzteil.

ATX 12V Netzteilanschluss: JPW1 Dieser Anschluss versorgt den Prozessor mit Strom.

Diskettenlaufwerksanschluss: FDD1 Das Mainboard unterstützt ein Standard Floppy-Laufwerk für 360K, 720K, 1.2M, 1.44M und 2.88M Disketten.

Lüfterstromanschlüsse: Die Anschlüsse CPUFAN2 (Prozessorlüfter) ,

PWRFAN (Netzteillüfter), SFAN1, SFAN2 (Systemlüfter) und NBFAN1

(Northbridge-Lüfter) unterstützen Lüfter mit +12V.

ATA133 Festplattenanschlüsse: IDE1, IDE2 & IDE3 Das Mainboard besitzt einen 32-bit Enhanced PCI IDE und Ultra DMA 66/100/133 Controller mit

Unterstützung für PIO mode 0~4, Bus Master und Ultra DMA 66/100/133 Funktion.

Serial ATA/Serial ATA RAID Anschlüsse (Intel ICH5/5R): SATA1~SATA2

Die Southbridge des Mainboards, Intel ICH6R, unterstützt vier SATA-Anschlüsse

S ATA 1 ~ S ATA 2 . E s h a n d e l t s i c h u m D u a l H i g h s p e e d S e r i a l ATA

Schnittstellenanschlüsse. Jeder der Anschlüsse unterstützt S-ATA mit

Datenraten von bis zu 150 MB/s.

Gehäuseüberwachungsanschluss: JCI1 Dieser Anschluss dient der

Verbindung eines 2-Pin Gehäuse-Schalters. Ist dieser angeschlosssen reagiert er im Falle einer Gehäuseöffnung.

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Anschlussleisten für die Verbindung zu den Schaltern und LED-Anzeigen an der Gehäusevorderseite.

Power

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Power

Switch

Power LED

JFP1

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JFP2

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HDD

LED

Reset

Switch

Speaker

CD-In Anschluss: JCD1 dient zum Anschluss der CD-ROM Audio-Verbindung.

D-Bracket TM 2 Anschluss: JDB1 Das Mainboard bietet einen JDB1-Anschluss für das D-Bracket TM 2.

11 Front USB Anschlüsse: JUSB1 & JUSB2 Das Mainboard bietet zwei Standard USB2.0 Pin-Leisten JUSB1 & JUSB2.

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12 Audio-Anschluss für Gehäusefrontseite: JAUD1 Dieser Anschluss erlaubt die Verbindung eines Audio-Anschlusses an der Gehäusevorderseite.

13 IEEE 1394 Anschlüsse: J1394_1~J1394_2 Das Mainboard verfügt über drei

1394 Anschlussleisten für die Verbindung mit einem Firewire-Anschlussblech.

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IrDA Infrarot Modul Anschluß: JIR1 An diesen Anschluß können Sie ein IrDA kompatibles Infrarotmodul anschließen. Um IrDA einzuschalten, müssen Sie die netsprechenden optionen im BIOS Setup aktivieren. JIR1 entspricht dem Intel®

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Clear CMOS Steckbrücke: JBAT1 Auf dem Mainboard befindet sich ein CMOS

RAM, dass durch eine zusätzliche Batterie versorgt wird um Daten der

Systemkonfiguration zu speichern. Mit diesem CMOS RAM kann das System bei

Betätigung des Netzschalters jederzeit automatisch hochgefahren werden.

Wenn Sie die Systemkonfiguration löschen wollen, müssen Sie die JBAT1-

Steckbrücke für kurze Zeit umsetzen (Clear Data).

1

JBAT1

1

3

Keep Data

1

3

Clear Data

16 PCI (Peripheral Component Interconnect) Slots

Die PCI Slots erlauben die Verwendung von PCI-Karten. Beachten Sie, dass das

Netzkabel zuerst vom System getrennt sein muss, bevor Erweiterungskarten ein- oder ausgesteckt werden können. Der orange-farbene PCI Slot (PCI5) funktioniert auch als Communication-Steckplatz und erlaubt die Verwendung einer speziellen MSI-WLAN/ Bluetooth-Karte.

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Central Processing Unit : CPU

Das Mainboard unterstützt Intel ® Pentium 4 Prescott Prozessoren. Es verwendet einen CPU-Sockel LGA775. Wenn Sie eine CPU installiert haben, stellen Sie sicher, daß ein geeigneter CPU-Kühler installiert wird um eine Überhitzung der CPU zu verhindern. Bitte wenden Sie sich bezüglich des CPU-Kühlers an Ihren Händler.

Für neueste Informationen zur CPU-Unterstützung besuchen Sie: http://www.

msi.com.tw/program/products/mainboard/mbd/pro_mbd_cpu_support.php.

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Überhitzung

Überhitzung kann Ihre CPU und Ihr System zerstören. Stellen Sie sicher, das der CPU-Kühler richtig installiert ist und einwandfrei funktioniert.

Austausch der CPU

Befor Sie die CPU aus- oder einbauen, trennen Sie Ihre PC-System vom Stromanschluss.

Übertaktung

Das Mainboard kann Übertaktung unterstützen. Stellen Sie bitte trotzdem sicher, dass die installierten Komponenten eine Übertaktung t o l e r i e r e n k ö n n e n . D e r V e r s u c h d a s S y s t e m a u ß e r h a l b d e r

Produktspezifikation zu betreiben wird nicht empfohlen. MSI gibt keine Garantie auf Schäden, die auf einen unsachgemäßen

G e b r a u c h o d e r d e n B e t r i e b d e s P r o d u k t s a u ß e r h a l b d e r

Spezifikation zurückzuführen sind.

Erklärung zur LGA 775 CPU

Die Pin-Seite der LGA 775 CPU.

Die Oberseite der LGA 775 CPU.

Tragen Sie vor der Installation e i n e s C P U - K ü h l e r s S i l i k o n

W ä r m e l e i t p a s t e o d e r e i n geeignetes Wärmeleitpad auf.

Justiermarken Justiermarken das gelbe Dreieck markiert Pin 1 das gelbe Dreieck markiert Pin 1

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CPU & Kühlerinstallation

Wenn Sie eine CPU installieren, stellen Sie sicher, daß Sie einen geeigneten

Prozessorkühler installieren um Üeberhitzungen zu vermeiden.

Bitte wenden Sie sich bezüglich des CPU-Kühlers an Ihren Händler.

Tragen Sie vor der Installation eines CPU-Kühlers Silikon Wärmeleitpaste oder ein geeignetes Wärmeleitpad auf um eine bessere Wärmeleitung zu gewährleisten.

Folgen Sie den Installtionsschritten zur Installation der CPU und des Kühlers.

Beachten Sie, dass eine falsche Installation zur Beschädigung der CPU und des

Mainboards führen kann.

1. Der CPU-Sockel besitzt zum Schutz eine Plastikabdeckung. Lassen Sie v o r d e r I n s t a l l a t i o n d i e s e

Schutzkappe auf dem Sockel um

Schäden zu vermeiden.

2. E n t f e r n e n S i e z u e r s t d i e

Schutzkappe wie abgebildet in

Pfeilrichtung.

3. Sie sehen jetzt die Pins des Sockels.

4. Ö f f n e n S i e d e n

Sockelverschlusshebel.

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5. Klappen Sie den Hebel ganz auf (Pfeil nach links) und öffnen Sie die

Metallverschlussklappe (Pfeil nach rechts).

6. Vergewissern Sie sich anhand der

Justiermarkierungen und dem gelben Dreieck, daß die CPU in der korrekten Position ist. Setzen Sie anschließend die CPU in den

Sockel.

Justier

Markierung

7. Begutachten Sie, ob die CPU richtig im Sockel sitzt. Falls nicht, ziehen

Sie die CPU durch eine rein v e r t i k a l e B e w e g u n g w i e d e r heraus. Versuchen Sie es erneut.

8. Schließen Sie die Abdeckung des

Sockels.

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9. Drücken Sie den Verschlusshebel mit leichtem Druck nach unten und arretieren Sie den Hebel unter dem

Rückhaltehaken des CPU-Sockels.

10. Führen Sie den CPU-Kühler über den CPU-Sockel und positionieren

Sie die Arretierungsstifte des

K ü h l e r s ü b e r d i e d a f ü r v o r g e s e h e n e n L ö c h e r d e s

Mainboards. Drücken Sie den

Kühler nach unten bis die Stifte in den Löchern eingerastet sind.

11. Drücken Sie die vier Stifte nach unten um den Kühler zu arretieren.

Drehen Sie dann jeweils den

Verschluss der Stifte (Richtung ist auf dem Kühler markiert).

12. Drehen Sie das Mainboard um und vergewissern Sie sich, dass das der Kühler korrekt installiert ist.

Verschluss

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1. Stellen Sie sicher, dass der CPU-Kühler richtig installiert ist befor Sie das System anschalten.

2. Prüfen Sie nach dem Einschalten die Anzeigen zur CPU-Temperatur in dem BIOS Bereich PC Health Status von H/W Monitor .

3. Berühren Sie keinesfalls die Pins des CPU-Sockels um Schäden zu vermeiden.

4. Wenn keine CPU installiert ist, schützen Sie immer den CPU-Sockel durch die Plastikabdeckung.

5. Beachten Sie, dass der Ein- und Ausbau/ Wechsel einer CPU nicht mehr als 20-mal durchgeführt werden soll. .

Benutzerhandbuch

Memory

Die Hauptplatine bietet 4 Slots für 184-poligen 2,5V DDR DIMM mit 8 Speicher-bänken.

Sie können DDR266/333/400/433/466/500/533 (433/466/500/533 for overclocking)

SDRAM-Module in den DDR DIMM-Slots (DIMM 1~4) installieren. Für einen ordnungsgemäßen Betrieb muss mindestens ein DIMM-Modul installiert sein.

DDR DIMM Slots

(DIMM 1~4, from left to right)

Channel A: DIMM1 & DIMM2 (green)

Channel B: DIMM3 & DIMM4 (purple)

Einführung in DDR SDRAM

DDR (Double Data Rate)-SDRAM ähnelt herkömmlichem SDRAM, durch zweimalige

Datenübertragung pro Zyklus ist der Durchsatz jedoch doppelt so hoch. Er arbeitet mit 2,5 Volt (SDR SDRAM im Gegensatz dazu mit 3,3 Volt) und erfordert 184-Pin-DIM-

Module statt der von SDR SDRAM benutzten 168-Pin-DIMM-Module. Beachten Sie bitte, dass DDR SDRAM keinen ECC (Error Correcting Code) und keinen registrierten

DIMM unterstützt.

DDR-Bestückungsregeln

Installieren Sie mindestens ein DIMM-Modul in den Slots. Jeder DIMM-Slot unterstützt eine Maximalgröße von bis zu 1 GB. Entsprechend ihrem Bedarf können die Benutzer entweder ein- oder doppelseitige Module installieren. Beachten Sie bitte, dass jeder

DIMM entsprechend mit Einkanal-DDR funktioniert, es für die Benutzung von Zweikanal-DDR jedoch einige Regeln gibt (schauen Sie bitte in die DDR-

Bestückungstabelle auf S.2-8) .

Die Benutzer können in den verschiedenkanaligen

DDR DIMMs Speichermodule verschiedener Art und Dichte installieren. Wenn Sie

Zweikanal-DDR benutzen, sind jedoch Speichermodule des gleichen Typs und der gleichen Dichte notwendig, oder es kann zu Instabilitäten kommen.

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Die genauen Angaben zu Zweikanal-DDR finden Sie in der folgenden Tabelle. Andere, im Folgenden nicht aufgeführte Kombinationen arbeiten als Einkanal-DDR.

DIMM1 (K. A) DIMM2 (K. B) DIMM3 (K. A) DIMM4 (K. B) System-Dichte

128MB~1GB 128MB~1GB 256MB~2GB

128MB~1GB

128MB~1GB

128MB~1GB 128MB~1GB

128MB~1GB

128MB~1GB

256MB~2GB

512MB~4GB

Installieren von DDR-Modulen

1.

DDR DIMM hat nur eine Passkerbe in der Mitte des Moduls. Das Modul passt nur in einer Richtung.

2.

Stecken Sie das DIMM-Speichermodul senkrecht in den DIMM-Slot und drücken

Sie es dann hinein, bis der goldene Finger am Speichermodul tief im Sockel sitzt.

Hinweis von MSI...

Sie können den goldenen Finger nur sehen, wenn das Modul richtig im Sockel sitzt.

3.

Die Plasteklammern an den Seiten des DIMM-Slot schließen sich auto-matisch.

Zapfen

Passkerbe

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BIOS Setup

Beim Einschalten des Computers beginnt das System mit dem POST ( Power On Self

Test)-Vorgang. Wenn die folgende Meldung auf dem Bildschrim erscheint, drücken

Sie die Taste <ENTF>, um das Setup aufzurufen.

DEL: Setup F11: Boot Menu F12: Network boot TAB: Logo F10: Flash Recovery

IWenn die Meldung verschwindet, bevor Sie reagieren können und immer noch das

Setup aufrufen wollen, starten Sie das System neu, indem Sie es AUS und wieder

EIN schalten oder den RESET Knopf drücken. Sie können das System auch neu starten, indem Sie gleichzeitig die Tasten <STRG>, <ALT> und <ENTF> drücken.

Auswahl des primären Boot-Geräts

Durch Drücken der Taste <F11> können Sie das primäre Boot-Gerät wählen,ohne dazu das Setup des BIOS aufrufen zu müssen. Wenn die obige Meldung auf dem

Bildschrim erscheint, drücken Sie <F11>, um das Boot Menü aufzurufen.

Die Abfolge der POST-Meldungen ist für Sie vielleicht zu schnell, um rechtzeitig zu reagieren. In diesem Falle starten Sie das System neu und drücken Sie nach ca. 2-3

Sekunden die Taste <F11>, um ein dem folgenden ähnelndes Boot-Menü zu aktivieren

Floppy

IDE-0

CDROM

[Up/Dn] Select

Select First Boot Device

: 1st Floppy

: IBM-DTLA-307038

: ATAPI CD-ROM DRIVE 40X M

[RETURN] Boot [ESC] cancel

Im Boot-Menü sind sämtliche Geräte aufgeführt, von denen das System hochgefahren werden kann. Wählen Sie das gewünschte Boot-Gerät aus, indem Sie die Pfeil Tasten benutzen, und drücken Sie dann die Eingabetaste.

Das System fährt nun vom ausgewählten Gerät hoch. Mit der Auswahl nehmen Sie keine Änderung an den Einstellungen im BIOS-Setup vor. Wenn Sie daher das System das nächste Mal einschalten,wird das ursprüngliche primäre Boot-Gerät benutzt.

Steuertasten

<

>

<

>

<

>

<

>

Zurück zum vorhergehenden Menüpunkt

Weiter zum nächsten Menüpunkt

Zum Menüpunkt auf der linken Seite

Zum Menüpunkt auf der rechten Seite

<Enter> Auswählen eines Menüpunkts

<Esc> Aufruf Exit Menü oder zurück zum Hauptmenü vom Untermenü

<+/PU> Erhöhen des num. Werts oder Vornehmen von

<-/PD> Verringern des num. Werts oder Vornehmen von

<F6> Laden der ursprünglichen Setup-Standardwerte

<F7> Laden der “Fail Safe”- Standardwerte

<F10> Sichern aller CMOS-Änderungen und beenden

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The Main Menu

Nachdem Sie das AMIBIOS NEW SETUP UTILITY aufgerufen haben, erscheint das Hauptmenü. Es weist einige Hautpfunktionen und zwei Arten das Menü zu verlassen auf. Verwenden Sie die Pfeil tasten, um im Menü zu navigieren und drücken

Sie die Eingabetaste (<Enter>), um ein Untermenü aufzurufen.

Standard CMOS Features

In diesem Menü können Sie die Basiskonfiguration Ihres Systems anpassen, so z.B.

die Uhrzeit, das Datum usw.

Advanced BIOS Features

Verwenden Sie diesen Menüpunkt, um AMI ® spezifische weitergehende Einstellungen an Ihrem System vorzunehmen.

Advanced Chipset Features

Verwenden Sie dieses Menü, um die Werte in den Chipsatzregistern zu ändern und die Leistungsfähigkeit Ihres Systems zu optimieren.

Power Management Setup

Verwenden Sie dieses Menü, um die Einstellungen für die Stromsparfunktionen vorzunehmen.

PNP/PCI Configurations

Dieser Eintrag erscheint, wenn Ihr System P lug a n d P lay- Geräte am PCI-Bus unterstützt.

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Integrated Peripherals

Verwenden Sie dieses Menü, um die Einstellungen für in das Board integrierte

Peripheriegeräte vorzunehmen.

PC Health Status

Dieser Eintrag gibt den Systemstatus wieder.

Frequency/Voltage Control

Hier können Sie Einstellungen zu Taktfrequenz und Spannung vornehmen.

Set Supervisor Password

Verwenden sie dieses Menü, um das Systemadministratorkennwort einzugeben.

Set User Password

Verwenden sie dieses Menü, um das Anwenderkennwort einzugeben.

Load High Performance Defaults

In diesem Menü können Sie die BIOS- Einstellungen laden, die die beste Systemleistung erzielen. Die Stabilität kann beeinträchtigt sein.

Load BIOS Setup Defaults

In diesem Menü können Sie die werkseitigen Einstellungen laden, die zu einem stabilen

Betrieb führen.

Save & Exit Setup

Abspeichern der BIOS-Änderungen im CMOS und verlassen des BIOS.

Exit Without Saving

Verlassen des BIOS´ ohne Speicherung, vorgenommene Änderungen verfallen.

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Frequency/Voltage Control

Hier können Sie Einstellungen zu Taktfrequenz und Spannung vornehmen.

Performance Mode

Hier können Sie die MAT (Memory Acceleration Technology- Technologie zur

Beschleunigung des Speichers) Funktionalität der CPU kontrollieren. MAT ist eine exklusive Technologie von MSI TM ’, die dazu dient, die Datentransferrate zwischen

CPU, dem Northbridge Chip und dem Speicher zu optimieren. Zudem wird ein mehr von bis zu 10% bei Speicherleistung und Bandbreite erzielt. Die Wahl [Fast] aktiviert

MAT. Nehmen Sie bitte zur Kenntnis, das nicht jeder Speicher kompatibel zu MAT ist.

Misslingt dem System vier mal Hochzufahren, wird das BIOS auf die Werkseinstellung

([Normal]) zurückgesetzt. Die möglichen Einstellungen lauten: [Normal], [Fast], [Turbo

(MAT)], [Ultra Turbo (MAT)].

MSI weist darauf hin...

1. Auch wenn MAT leicht zu verwenden ist, schliesst dies auf gar keinen

Fall aus, dass es Risiken gibt. Wir empfehlen zu überprüfen, ob Ihr

Speicher mit der Einstellung bezüglich MAT klar kommt, bevor Sie sich zum dauerhaften Einsatz entschliessen. Sollte Ihr System instabil werden oder ohne ersichtlichen Grund Neustarts ausführen, nachdem Sie [Fast] gewählt haben, wechseln Sie bitte wieder zu [Normal] . Zudem sollten

Sie hier [Normal] als Einstellung wählen, wenn Sie den Front Side Bus

übertakten wollen.

2. Indessen gibt es zwei Sicherheitsmechanismen, die das BIOS vor

Schaden und das Anwendersystem vor Abstürzen bewahren:

(a) Die Taste “Einfg” (Ins). Verweigert das System den Dienst nach dem

Übertakten und/oder mit aktiviertem MAT, können Sie während dem

Hochfahren die Taste “Einfg” (Ins) drücken, um die Werkseinstellungen des BIOS wieder herzustellen.

(b) Startet Ihr System vier mal hintereinander neu, werden die

Werkseinstellungen des BIOS (Normal ) ebenfalls wieder hergestellt .

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D.O.T. Range

Dynamic Overclocking Technology (D.O.T) ist die automatische Übertaktungsfunktion, die in MSI TM ’s neu entwickelter CoreCell TM Technologie enthalten ist. Sie dient zur

Feststellung des Auslastungsgrades der CPU, während diese Programme abarbeitet, und passt die CPU-Frequenz automatisch an. Stellt das Motherboard fest, dass die

CPU Programme ausführt, beschleunigt es automatisch die CPU und erlaubt so eine flüssige und schnellere Ausführung. Ist die CPU ohne Last oder nur wenig ausgelastet, werden statt dessen die Voreinstellungen wieder hergestellt. Üblicherweise kommt die Technologie der dynamischen Übertaktung nur zum Einsatz, wenn große

Datenmengen bewältigt werden müssen, wie das bei 3D Spielen oder der

Videoverarbeitung der Fall ist. In diesen Fällen ist es notwendig, die CPU -Frequenz zu erhöhen, um die Gesamtleistung des Systems zu erhöhen. Die möglichen

Einstellungen sind:

[Disabled] Dynamic Overclocking ist ausgeschaltet.

[Private]

[Sergeant]

[Captain]

Erste Übertaktungsstufe.

Zweite Übertaktungsstufe.

Dritte Übertaktungsstufe.

[Colonel]

[General]

Vierte Übertaktungsstufe.

Fünfte Übertaktungsstufe.

[Commander] Sechste Übertaktungsstufe.

MSI weist darauf hin...

Obgleich Dynamic Overclocking Technology stabiler ist, als manuelles Übertakten, ist es dennoch grundsätzlich riskant. Es ist empfehlenswert zuerst sicher zu stellen, dass Ihre CPU eine regelmäßige Übertaktung verträgt. Sollten Sie feststellen, dass Ihr

PC instabil erscheint oder ohne erkennbaren Grund Neustarts durchführt, it es besser, die dynamische Übertaktung abzuschalten oder aber eine niedrigere Übertaktungsstufe zu wählen. Im Übrigen ist zu erwähnen, dass Sie Dynamic Overclocking zuerst abschalten müssen, bevor Sie Ihr System manuell übertakten.

D.O.T Mode

Hier können Sie den Modus des Dynamic Overclocking wählen. Mögliche Einstellungen:

[CPU Only] (nur CPU), [CPU+AGP].

CPU Ratio Selection

Hier können Sie den Multiplikator wählen, der verwendet wird, um den Kerntakt des

Prozessors in Relation zur externen, bzw. Taktfrequenz des Mainboards festzulegen.

DRAM Frequency (Mhz)

Hier können Sie die Taktfrequenz des eingebauten DRAM Speichers festlegen. Die möglichen Einstellungen lauten:

PSB 400: [266], [Auto], [333], [400], [433], [466], [500].

PSB 533: [266], [333], [Auto], [400], [433], [450], [466], [500], [354 (3:4)].

PSB 800: [266], [333], [400], [Auto], [433], [450], [466], [500], [532],

[501 (4:5)], [533 (3:4)].

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Die Werte mit einem Verhältnis (CPU: DDR) in Klammern bezeichnet eine asynchrone Übertaktung.

Spread Spectrum

Pulsiert der Taktgenerator des Motherboards, erzeugen die Extremwerte (Spitzen) der Pulse EMI (Elektromagnetische Interferenzen). Die “Spread Spectrum” Funktion reduziert die erzeugten EMI, indem die Pulse so moduliert werden, das die Pulsspitzen zu flacheren Kurven reduziert werden. Sollten Sie keine Probleme mit Interferenzen haben, belassen Sie es bei der Einstellung [Disabled] (ausgeschaltet), um bestmögliche

Systemstabilität und -leistung zu gewährleisten. Stellt für sie EMI ein Problem dar, aktivieren Sie zur Verringerung “Spread Spectrum”. Denken Sie daran “Spread Spectrum” zu deaktivieren, wenn Sie übertakten, da sogar eine leichte Schwankung eine vorübergehende Taktsteigerung erzeugen kann, die gerade ausreichen mag, um

Ihren übertakteten Prozessor zum einfrieren zu bringen. Mögliche Einstellungen sind:

[Enabled] (eingeschaltet ) und [Disabled] (ausgeschaltet).

Adjust CPU Bus Clock (Mhz)

Gestatet die Frequenz des CPU Bustaktes (in MHz) festzulegen und den Prozessor zu Übertakten, indem Sie den Takt des FSB erhöhen. Mögliche Einstellungen sind:

PSB 400: 100-355MHz.

PSB 533: 133-500MHz

PSB 800: 200-500MHz

DDR Clock (Mhz)

Dieses Feld dient nur zur Anzeige und gestatte Ihnen, den aktuellen Speichertakt einzusehen.

Adjust AGP/PCI Clock (Mhz)

Hier kann der AGP/PCI Takt (in MHz) festgelegt werden, indem Sie die AGP/PCI Taktung auf höhere Frequenzen festlegen.

DDR Power Voltage

Die Spannung des DDR anzuheben, kann diesen beschleunigen. Jede Änderungn dieser Option kann zu Stabilitätsproblemen führen, deswegen wird von einer langfristigen Änderung der DDR Spannung ABGERATEN .

AGP Power Voltage

Hier kann die Spannung des AGP angepasst werden, was Ihnen erlaubt die Leistung

Ihrer AGP Grafikkarte beim Übertakten zu erhöhen, wobei jedoch die Stabilität beeinträchtigt werden kann.

MSI weist darauf hin...

Um Ihnen zu helfen zu überprüfen, ob sie für Ihr System angemessen sind, werden die Einstellungen unter CPU Voltage (V), DDR Power

Voltage und AGP Power Voltage in unterschiedlichen Farben angezeigt.

Weiss: Sichere Einstellungen.

Gelb:

Rot:

Hochleistungseinstellungen.

Nicht empfohlene Einstellung, kann zu Systeminstabilität führen.

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Set Supervisor/User Password

Nach Auswahl dieser Funktion erscheint eine Meldung wie folgt:

Geben Sie das Passwort in einer Länge von bis zu 6 Zeichen ein und drücken

Sie die Eingabetaste<Enter>. Die Passworteingabe löscht jegliches zuvor eingerichtetes Passwort aus dem CMOS Speicher. Sie werden aufgefordert, das

Passwort zu bestätigen. Geben Sie das Passwort erneut ein und drücken Sie die

Eingabetaste <Enter>. Sie können ebenso <Esc> drücken, um den Vorgang zu verwerfen und kein Passwort einzugeben.

Um ein eingerichtetes Passwort zu löschen, drücken Sie einfach die

Eingabetaste <Enter>, wenn Sie aufgefordert werden ein Passwort einzugeben. Es erscheint eine Meldung, die die Deaktivierung des Passwortschutzes bestätigt. Ist der Passwortschutz deaktiviert, fährt das System hoch und Sie können das BIOS aufrufen, ohne ein Passwort eingeben zu müssen.

Wurde ein Passwort eingerichtet, werden Sie jedesmal, wenn Sie versuchen das BIOS aufzurufen zur Eingabe aufgefordert. Dies verhindert jegliche unbefugte

Änderung an der Systemkonfiguration.

Zusätzlich können Sie das AMIBIOS bei jedem Systemstart nach einem Passwort fragen lassen. Dies würde eine unberechtigte Nutzung Ihres Rechners verhindern.

Die Einstellung, wann ein Passwort erforderlich ist lautet PASSWORD CHECK und findet sich im Menü ADVANCED BIOS FEATURES. Lautet die Einstellung unter PASS-

WORD CHECK auf [Always], wird das Passwort sowohl beim Hochfahren des Systems, als auch beim Aufruf des BIOS verlangt. Lautet die Einstellung auf [Setup], erscheint die Aufforderung zur Passworteingabe nur beim Versuch das BIOS aufzurufen.

MSI weist darauf hin...

Über das Supervisor Password und das User Password:

Supervisor password: Berechtigt zum Aufruf des BIOS und der

User password:

Änderung von Einstellungen.

Berechtigt lediglich zum Aufruf des BIOS, jedoch nicht zur Änderung von Einstellungen.

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Load High Performance/BIOS Setup Defaults

Diese zwei Optionen des Hauptmenüs gestatten es dem Anwender, alle Einstellungen zurückzusetzen, entweder auf die “High Performance Defaults” oder die “BIOS Setup

Defaults”. Die “High Performance Defaults” sind die Werkseinstellungen für höchste

Leistung, die der Mainboardhersteller festlegt, die jedoch wahrscheinlich zu

S t a b i l i t ä t s p r o b l e m e n f ü h r e n . D i e “ B I O S S e t u p D e f a u l t s ” s i n d e b e n f a l l s

Werkseinstellungen des Mainboardherstellers, jedoch für den stabilen Betrieb des

Systems.

Wählen Sie “Load High Performance Defaults”, erscheint folgende Meldung:

Drücken der Eingabetaste (Enter) lädt die Werkseinstellungen des BIOS für die höchste

Systemleistung, diese können jedoch zu Stabilitätsproblemen führen.

MSI weist darauf hin...

Diese Option ist nur für leistungshungrige Anwender oder

Übertakter. Der Gebrauch der High Performance Defaults führt zu scharfen Timings in den meisten Bereichen, um die Systemleistung zu erhöhen. Aus diesem Grunde ist eine hochklassige Systemkonfiguration unbedingte Voraussetzung, was bedeutet, Sie brauchen eine Hochleistungsgrafikkarte, -speicher, usw. Wir raten von der

Anwendung der High Performance Defaults in gewöhnlichen

Systemen ab. Sie könnten das System instabil machen oder sogar zum Absturz führen. Stürzt das System ab, oder bleibt hängen, nachdem Sie dieses Werkseinstellungen abgerufen haben, LÖSCHEN

SIE BITTE DEN CMOS, um das Problem zu lösen. Weitere

Informationen entnehmen Sie bitte dem Abschnitt “Steckbrücke zur

Löschung des CMOS: JBAT1” in Kapitel 2.

Wählem Sie “Load BIOS Setup Defaults”, dann erscheint eine Meldung, wie folgt:

Drücken der Eingabetaste (Enter) lädt die Werkseinstellungen des BIOS für den stabilen

Betrieb des Systems.

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