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User manual Gigabyte, model GA-6VXE7+

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BLOCK DIAGRAM 14.318MHz AGP 24MHz 3.3V SDRAM DIMM Sockets 33 MHz 33MHz Ultra DMA33/ ATA66 IDE Ports IDE Bus PCI Bus ISA Bus AGP Bus LPT Port Keyboard Floppy Port COM Ports PS/2 Mouse USB Bus 14.318MHz 48MHz 14.318MHz I/O CHIPSET ITE8671 Host Bus VIA 82C693A VIA 82C596B 66MHz 33 MHz 66 / 100 /133 MHz USB Ports PGA 370 66 / 100 /133 MHz Clock Generator 66 / 100 /133 MHz 1-3 6VXE7+ 1.5. INTRODUCE THE INTEL. ....Pentium. .... !!! Socket 370 Processor Figure 1: INTEL. Pentium. !!! Socket 370 Processor(FC-PGA) Figure 2: INTEL. Pentium. !!! Socket 370 Processor(PPGA) 1.6 What is AGP? ???? The Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP) is a new port on the Host-To-PCI bridge device that supports an AGP port. The main purpose of the AGP port is to provide fast access to system memory. The AGP port can be used either as fast PCI port (32-bits at 66MHz vs.32-Bits at 33MHz) or as an AGP port which supports 2x data-rate, a read queue, and side band addressing. When the 2x-data rate is used the port can transmit data at 533MB/sec (66.6*2*4). The read-queue can be used to pipeline reads – removing the effects of the reads-latency. Side band addressing can be used to transmit the data address on a separate line in order to speed up the transaction. 1-4 Specification 2. SPECIFICATION 2.1. HARDWARE . Support Socket 370 Processor: 500MHz– 1GHz and faster. • CPU . 370 pins 66/100/133MHz socket on board. Intel Pentium. !!! 100/133MHz FSB, FC-PGA Intel CeleronTM 66MHz FSB, PPGA/FC-PGA VIA Cyrix. III 100/133MHz FSB, PPGA • ........PCB Ver.3.0 No Support Intel PPGA Processor • CHIPSET . VT82C693A PCI/AGP Controller(PAC) . VT82C596B PCI ISA IDE Controller. • SPEED . 66/100/133MHz system speed. . 66 MHz AGP bus speed. (2X mode 133MHz) . 33 MHz PCI-Bus speed. . 8 MHz AT bus speed. • DRAM MEMORY . 3 banks 168 pins DIMM module sockets on board. . Use 16 / 32 / 64 / 128 / 256 / 512MB DIMM module DRAM.(256Mb DRAM technology) . Supports EDO 16MB ~ 384 MB, SDRAM 16MB~1.5GB. (256Mb DRAM technology) . Supports 3.3V EDO / SDRAM. . Supports ECC or Non-ECC type DRAM. • CACHE . 32 KB L1 cache memory included in CPU. MEMORY . 128/256 KB L2 cache memory (included in CPU). . Supports DIB speed mode for L2 Cache. • I/O BUS SLOTS . 5 33MHz Master / Slave PCI-BUS. . 2 8MHz 16 bits ISA BUS. . 1 66MHz / 133MHz AGP bus. • IDE PORTS . 2 Ultra DMA 33/ATA66 Bus Master IDE channels onboard. (Using IRQ14,15) 2-1 6VXE7+ . Support Mode 3,4 IDE & ATAPI CD – ROM. • I/O PORTS . Supports 2 16550 COM ports. . Supports 1 EPP/ECP LPT port. . Supports 1 Floppy port. . Supports 2 USB ports. . Supports PS/2 Mouse & PS/2 Keyboard. • GREEN . Suspend mode support. FUNCTION . Green switch & Green LED support. . IDE & Display power down support. . Monitor all IRQ / DMA / Display / I/O events. . 2M bits FLASH ROM. • BIOS . Supports Plug & Play, DMI Function. • DIMENSION . ATX Form Factor, 4 layers PCB. 2.2. SOFTWARE • DRIVER . TUCD (Bus Master + Utilities) • BIOS . Licensed AWARD BIOS. . AT CMOS Setup, BIOS / Chipset Setup, Green Setup, Hard Disk Utility included. • O.S. . Operation with MS-DOS., Windows.95, Windows. 98, Windows NT™, OS/2, NOVELL and SCO UNIX. 2.3. ENVIRONMENT • Ambient Temp. . 0°C to +50°C (Operating). • Relative Hum. . 0 to +85% (Operating). • Altitude . 0 to 10,000 feet (Operating). • Vibration . 0 to 1,000 Hz. • Electricity . 4.9 V to 5.2 V. (Max. 20A current at 5V.) 2-2 Hardware Installation 3. HARDWARE INSTALLATION 3.1. UNPACKING The Motherboard package should contain the following: • The 6VXE7+ Motherboard. • USER’S MANUAL for Motherboard. • Cable set for IDE, Floppy devices. • A CD for Motherboard Utility.(TUCD) The motherboard contains sensitive electric components, which can be easily damaged by static electricity, so the Motherboard should be left in its original packing until it is installed. Unpacking and installation should be done on a grounded anti-static mat. The operator should be wearing an anti static wristband, grounded at the same point as the anti-static mat. Inspect the Motherboard carton for obvious damage. Shipping and handling may cause damage to your board. Be sure there are no shipping and handling damages on the board before proceeding. After opening the Motherboard carton, extract the system board and place it only on a grounded anti-static surface component side up. Again inspect the board for damage. Press down on all of the socket IC's to make sure that they are properly seated. Do this only on with the board placed on a firm flat surface. • ........DO NOT APPLY POWER TO THE BOARD IF IT HAS BEEN DAMAGED. 3-1 6VXE7+ 3.2. MOTHERBOARD LAYOUT 6VXE7+ CPU SW2 VT82C 596B VT82C 693A SW1 BIOS IDE 1 IDE 2 Floppy ATX POWER PS/2 USB BANK 0 BANK 1 BANK 2 J15 BAT JP9 J16 J14 JP7 COM A COM B J2 JP1 J3AGP PCI 1 PCI 2 PCI 3 PCI 4 PCI 5 ISA 1 ISA 2 LPT JP10 JP16 JP15 J17 JP4 IR JP17 ..Figure 3.1• 3.3. QUICK REFERENCE FOR JUMPERS & CONNECTORS .. I/O Ports Connector USB USB port. PS/2 For PS/2 Keyboard and Mouse port. IDE 1/ IDE 2 For Primary / Secondary ID...


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