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128 pages 3.85 Mb
2E862 First Edition October 3Chapter 1: Product introduction Chapter 2: Hardware information 4Chapter 4: BIOS setup 5Chapter 5: Software support Index 6Federal Communications Commission Statement Canadian Department of Communications Statement This class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003 7Electrical safety Operation safety 8How this guide is organized 9Conventions used in this guide Where to find more information 11Product introduction 21Hardware information 232.1.1 Placement direction 2.1.2 Screw holes 262.4.1 Overview 272.4.2 Installing the CPU 292.4.3 Installing the heatsink and fan 312.4.4 Connecting the CPU fan cable 322.5.1 Overview 2.5.2 Memory configurations 332.5.3 Installing a DIMM 342.5.4 Removing a DIMM 352.6.1 Installing an expansion card 362.6.2 Configuring an expansion card Standard Interrupt Assignments IRQ assignments for this motherboard 372.6.3 PCI slots 2.6.4 AGP slot 382.6.5 CNR slot 391.JumperFree™ mode (JEN) 402.CPU Core:Bus frequency multiple (Switches 1-4) 413.CPU frequency selection (Switches 5-9) 424.USB device wake-up (3-pinUSBPWR01, USBPWR23) Figure 2-25USB Device Wake-upSettings 435.Keyboard power (3-pinKBPWR) 6.Speaker selector (3-pinSPEECH) (on audio models only) Figure 2-27Speaker Selection Settings 447.Bass/Center setting (3-pinBCS1, BCS2) 8.USB port selection (3-pinCNRUSB0, CNRUSB1) Figure 2-29USB Port Selection 459.RAID selection (3-pinRAID_SEL) (on RAID models only) RAID Selection 10.RAID IDE settings (3-pinRAID_EN) (on RAID models only) RAID Settings 4611.VCORE over-voltage(OVER_VOLT) Figure 2-32CPU Core Voltage Settings 12.LAN setting (3-pinLAN_EN) (on LAN models only) LAN Settings 4713.Clear RTC RAM (CLR_CMOS) 481.Hard disk activity LED (2-pinHDLED) 492.Primary/Secondary IDE connectors (40-1pin IDE1/IDE2) 503.RAID ATA/100/66/33 connectors (40-1pin RAID_IDE1, RAID_IDE2) 514.Floppy disk drive connector (34-1pin FLOPPY) 5.Chassis open alarm lead (4-1pin CHAS1) 526.CPU, Chassis, and Power Fan Connectors (3-pinCPU_FAN, PWR_FAN, CHA_FAN) 7.USB Header (10-1pin USB23) 538.ASUS EZ Plug™ and power connectors (20-pinATXPWR, 4-pinATX 12V, 4-pinAUX+12V) 549.Internal audio connectors (4-pinCD, AUX, MODEM) (on audio models only) Figure 2-43Internal Audio Connectors 10.Internal microphone connector (3-pinINT_MIC) (on audio models only) Figure 2-44Internal Microphone Connector 5511.Headphone true-levelline out connector (3-pinHPHONE) (on audio models only) Figure 2-45Headphone True-levelLine Out Connector 12.Digital audio connector (6-1pin SPDIF_C) (on audio models only) Figure 2-46Digital Audio Connector 5613.ASUS iPanel connector (24-1pin AFPANEL) 14.ASUS iPanel audio connector (10-1pin AAPANEL) (optional) 5715.Smart Card Reader connector (14-1pin SMARTCON) (optional) 16.SD and MS connectors (10-pinSD, MS) 5817.Infrared module connector (5-1pin IR_CON) UART2 Use Standard Infrared 18.Power supply thermal connector (2-pinTRPWR) 5919.System panel connector (20-pinPANEL) •System Power LED Lead (3-1pin PWRLED) •Keyboard Lock Lead (2-pinKEYLOCK) •System Warning Speaker Lead (4-pinSPEAKER) •System Message LED Lead (2-pinMSGLED) •System Management Interrupt Lead (2-pinSMISW) 60•ATX Power Switch / Soft-OffSwitch Lead (2-pinPWRSW) •Reset Switch Lead (2-pinRESET) 61Powering up 67BIOS setup 101Software support