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U8668--D
                             U8668 D




FCC Information and Copyright

This equipment has been tested and found to c omply with the limits of a
C lass B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules . T hese limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection agains t harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates , uses
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not ins talled and used in
accordance with the instructions, may c ause harmful interference to radio
communications . There is no guarantee that interference will not occur in
a partic ular installation.

The vendor makes no representations or warranties with respec t to the
contents here of and specially disclaims any implied warranties of
merchantability or fitness for any purpose. F urther the vendor reserves
the right to revise this publication and to make changes to the c ontents
here of without obligation to notif any party beforehand.
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Duplication of this publication, in part or in whole, is not allowed without
firs t obtaining the vendor’s approval in writing.

The c ontent of this user’s manual is subject to be changed without notice
and we w not be responsible for any mistakes found in this us er’s
          ill
manual. A ll the brand and product names are trademarks of their
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                                  i
U8668--D
                                              U8668 D


ENGLIS H................................................................................................... 3
   U8668-D Features.................................................................................3
   Package contents...................................................................................4
       Layout of U8668-D             (only for version          1.x and 6.x) .........................5
       Layout of U8668-D             (only for version          3.3).......................................6
       Layout of U8668-D             (only for version          4.0).......................................7
       Layout of U8668-D             (only for version          5.x).......................................8
       Layout of U8668-D             (only for version          5.A)......................................9
       Layout of U8668-D             (only for version          5.B & above).....................10
       Layout of U8668-D             (only for version          7.0~7.3).............................. 11
       Layout of U8668-D             (only for version          7.5~7.7)..............................12
    Layout of U8668-D (only for version 7.8 & above)......................13
   CPU Installation .................................................................................14
   DDR DIMM Mo dules: DDR1-2 ........................................................14
   Jumpers, Headers, Connectors & Slots............................................15
   TROUB LE S HOOTING..................................................................... 21
ES PAÑOL ................................................................................................ 22
  Características del U8668-D..............................................................22
  Contenido del Paquete .......................................................................23
  SOLUCIÓN DE PROBLEMAS ......................................................... 24
FRANÇAIS .............................................................................................. 25
  Caractéristiques de U8668-D.............................................................25
  Contenu de l'Emballage.....................................................................26
  DÉPANNAGE ...................................................................................... 27
Chapter 3: WarpS peeder™ ...................................................................28




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English
 U8668-D Features
   CPU
      Provides Socket-478.
                       ®         ®
      Support the Intel Pentium 4 Northwood CPU up to 3.06G     Hz.
                         ®        ®
      Supports the Intel Pentium 4 478 Prescott CPU (f or v ersion 5.A/5.B and
      v ersion 7.5 & abov e).
      -    533FSB with 1024KB L2 Cache
      -    Celeron D (533 FSB with 256KB L2 Cache)
      Running at 400/533MHz Front Side Bus.
      Supports Hy per-Threading Technology.
      Version 7.8 and above do not support Willamette CPU.
      Standard Intel CPU f an is suggested.
   Chipset
      North Bridge: P4M266A
      South Bridge: VT8235
   Main Memory
      Supports up to 2 DDR devices.
      Supports 200 /266MHz DDR devices.
      The largest memory capacity is 2GB.

   Super I/O
       Chipset: ITE IT8705.
   Slots
       Three 32-bit P bus master slots (for version 3.x, 4.x, 5.x, 5.A, 5.B and 7.x).
                      CI
       Two 32-bit PCI bus ma   ster slots (only f or v ersion 1.x and 6.x).
       One CNR slot (f or v ersion 3.x, 4 5.x, 5 5.B and 7.x only ).
                                         .x,       .A,
       One AMR slo (for version 1.x and 6.x).
                    t
       One AGP slo  t.
   On Board IDE
      Supports four IDE disk drives.
      Supports PIO Mode 4, Master Mode and Ultra DMA 33/66/100/133 Bus
      Master Mode.

   LAN (only support for version 3.3)
      Chip: RTL8201BL.
      10/ 100Mbps.
      Half/Full duplex operation.
   LAN
      VIA VT6103/6103L (Only Version 7.8 and abov e support V VT6103L
                                                             IA
      chipset.)
      Dual Speed: 10/100Mbps, Full/Half Duplex.
      Auto Negotiation: 10/100 Mbps, Full/Half Duplex.



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   On Board AC’97 Sound Codec
      Chip: VIA1612A (for version 3.x, 6.x, and 7.0-7.6)
      Compliant with AC’97 specification.
      Supports 2 channel speakers.

   On Board AC’97 Sound Codec (optional)
      Chip: CMI9739A (for version 1.x, 4.x, 5.x, 5.A, 5.B, 7.7, 7.8 & abov e)
      Compliant with AC’97 specification.
      Supports 6 channel speakers.

   On Board Peripherals
      Supports 360K, 720K, 1.2MB, 1  .44MB and 2.88MB f loppy disk driv ers.
      Supports 1 serial port.
      Supports 1 VGA port.
      Supports 1 multi-mode parallel port. (SPP/EPP/ECP mode)
      Supports PS/2 mouse and PS/2 key board.
      Supports 6 USB2.0 ports. (Either rear x 4 + f ront x 2 or rear x 2 + front x 4)

   BIOS
      AWARD legal Bios.
      Supports APM1.2.
      Supports ACPI.
      Supports USB Function.

   Operating System
      Offers the highest performance for MS-DOS, Windows 2000, Windows Me,
      Windows XP, SCO UNIX etc.

   Dimensions
      Micro ATX Form Factor: 19.5cm X 22.8cm (W X L) (only f or v ersion 1.x and
      6.x)
      Micro ATX Form Factor: 19.5cm x 24.4cm (W x L) (only f orv ersion 3 4.x,
                                                                         .x,
      5.x, 5.A, 5.B and 7.x)

Package contents
       FDD Cable
       HDD Cable
       User’s Manual
       Fully Setup Driv er CD
       USB Cable (optional)
       Rear I/O Panel (optional)




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Layout of U8668-D (only for version 1.x and 6.x)
            JK BMS1
                                                                                                                1
             K/ B
              &
            Mouse                                                                                                                           JATX PWR 1
                                                                                                C PU            JC FA N 1

                                                                                  S ocket 478



                       JCO M1
             COM1




                                                                                                                                                    JA TXPW R2
                       Pa rall el Port




                                                                                                                            DDR 1
                                                                                                                                    DDR 2
             VG A1




                                         JPR NT1
                                                                                                                                                 ID E1 ID E2

                   JVGA 1
            JU SBLA N1                               Super
                USB                                   I/O
                 &                                                                P4M 266A
                L AN

                                           JAU DIO

                                           10 9
                                                          BIOS
                     JA U DIO 1
                                           2     1                                                        A G P1
                                                                                                                                                  JC MO S1
                                                         LAN                                           JU SB2
                                                                                                                                                                 1
                                                                                                   2            10
                 C ode c                                                                 PCI1      1            9                                BAT1

         2       JGA ME1                    16
                                                         JSPDIFO 1            1
                                                                                         PCI2

         1                                  15

                                                                     A MR 1        FD D1                                    JSFAN 1
                                   JCD IN 1                                                                                 1                             JCI1
        1                                                                                                                                    JPA NEL1    1
                                            1                                                                                          2                    24
         JW O L1                                                                                                                       1                    23


Back Panel Connector

             JKBMS1                                                           JPRNT1                    JUSBLAN2
                     PS/2                                                                                       LAN
                     Mouse                                                    Parallel
                                                                                                                                             Line In
                                                                                                                                             Speaker Out

                                                                                                                                             Mic In

                PS/2                               USB           COM1                    V GA               USB
               Keyboard
                                                 JUSB1          JCOM1                  JVGA1                                   JAUDIO



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Layout of U8668-D (only for version 3.3)
            JKBMS1                                  JKBS 1
                                             1                                                                           1
             K/B
              &
            Mo use                                                                                                                         JATX PWR 1
                                                                                                        CP U            JCFA N1

                                                                                         Soc ke t 478



                        JCO M1
                COM1




                                           JP RNT1                                                                                                    JATX PW R2
                         P arall e Por t




                                                                                                                                  DD R1
                                                                                                                                  DDR2
                                  l
                VGA1




                                            1
                                                 JUS BV2                                                                                           I DE1 I DE2


                 JVGA1
            JUSBLAN1                                      Super
                   U SB                                    I/O
                    &                                                                   P4M 266A
                   LA N

                                             JAU DIO

                                             10 9
                                                              BIOS
                       JAU DI O1
                                             2        1                                                            AGP 1
                                                                                                                                                    JC MOS 1
                                                              LAN                                              JUS B2
                                                                                                                                                                    1
                                                                                                           2            10
                   C od ec
                                                                                              P CI 1       1            9                          BA T1

            2      JGAME1                       16           JS P DI FO 1           1
                                                                                              P CI2

            1                                   15

                                                                                              P CI3            1        JUS BV3
                                     JCDI N1
        1
         JWO L1                                 1
                                                                                                                                    JS FA N1
                                                                            CN R1        F DD1                                     1                        JCI 1
                                                                                                                                               JP AN EL1   1
                                                                                                                                       2                      24
                                                                                                                                       1                      23



   Back Panel Connector
     JKBMS1                                                                                                    JUSBLAN2
                                                                               JPRNT1
     PS/ 2                                                                                                          LAN
     Mouse                                                                     Parallel
                                                                                                                                               Line In

                                                                                                                                                Speaker Out

                                                                                                                                               Mic In

      PS /2                                USB                   COM1                      VGA                     USB
     Keyboard
                                     JUSB1                     JCOM1                      JVGA1                                    JAUDIO



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Layout of U8668-D (only for version 4.0)
           JKBMS1
                                                                                                                      1
            K/B
             &
           Mo use                                                                                                                        JATX PWR 1
                                                                                                     CP U            JCFA N1

                                                                                   So c ke t 4 7 8




                       JCO M1
               COM1




                                          JP RNT1                                                                                                  JATX PW R2
                        P arall e Por t




                                                                                                                               DD R1
                                                                                                                               DDR2
                                 l
               VGA1




                                                                                                                                                I DE1 I DE2

                       JVGA1
           JUSBLAN1                                   Super
                  U SB
                   &
                                                       I/O                         P4M266A
                  LA N

                                            JAU DIO

                                            10 9
                                                         BIOS
                      JAU DI O1
                                            2     1                                                             AGP 1
                                                                                                                                                 JC MOS 1
                                                        LAN                                                 JUS B2
                                                                                                                                                                 1
                                                                                                        2            10
                  C od ec
                                                                                          P CI 1        1            9                          BAT1

           2      JGAME1                     16         JS P DI FO 1           1
                                                                                          P CI2

           1                                 15

                                    JCDI N1                                               P CI3
       1
       JWO L1                                1
                                                                                                                                 JS FA N1
                                                                       CN R1        F DD1                                       1                        JCI 1
                                                                                                                                            JP AN EL1   1
                                                                                                                                     2                     24
                                                                                                                                     1                     23



   Back Panel Connector
      JKBMS1                                                                   JPRNT1                         JUSBLAN2
       PS/2                                                                                                          LAN
       Mouse                                                                   Parallel
                                                                                                                                               Line In

                                                                                                                                               Speaker Out

                                                                                                                                               Mic In

       PS/2                                     USB             COM1                      VGA                        USB
      Keyboard
                                           JUSB1               JCOM1                    JVGA1                                       JAUDIO



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Layout of U8668-D (only for version 5.x)
            JKBMS1                                 JKBS 1
                                               1                                                                           1
        K eybo ard
            &
         Mo use                                                                                                                               JATX PWR 1
                                                                                                          CP U            JCFA N1

                                                                                        So c ke t 4 7 8




                        JCO M1
                COM1




                                           JP RNT1                                                                                                      JATX PW R2
                         P arall e Por t




                                                                                                                                    DD R1
                                                                                                                                    DDR2
                                  l
                VGA1




                                           1                                                                                                         I DE1 I DE2
                                                    JU SBV 2
                        JVGA1
            JUSBLAN1                                     Super
                   U SB
                    &
                                                          I/O                           P4M266A
                   LA N

                                               JAU DIO

                                               10 9
                                                               BIOS
                       JAU DI O1
                                               2     1                                                               AGP 1
                                                                                                                                                      JC MOS 1
                                                               LAN                                               JUS B2
                                                                                                                                                                      1
                                                                                                             2            10
                   C od ec
                                                                                               P CI 1        1            9                          BAT1

            2      JGAME1                      16           JS P DI FO 1            1
                                                                                               P CI2

            1                                  15

                                                                                               P CI3             1        JUS BV3
                                     JCDI N1
        1
        JWO L1                                 1
                                                                                                                                      JS FA N1
                                                                           CN R1         F DD1                                       1                        JCI 1
                                                                                                                                                 JP AN EL1   1
                                                                                                                                          2                     24
                                                                                                                                          1                     23



 Back Panel Connector
      J KBMS1                                                                      JPRNT1                            JUSBLAN2
       PS/2                                                                                                               LAN
       Mouse                                                                       P arallel
                                                                                                                                                    Li ne In
                                           (Optional)
                                                                                                                                                     Speaker Out

                                                                                                                                                    Mic In

        PS/2                                       USB              COM1                       VGA                        USB
       Keyboard
                                            JUSB1                 J COM1                     JVGA1                                       JAUDIO



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 Layout of U8668-D (only for version 5.A)
         JK B M S1                                JK B S 1
        K eyboard                            1                                                                              1
            &
         M ouse                                                                                                                                  JA T X PW R 1
                                                                                                       CPU                 JC F A N 1

                                                                                        Socket 478



                          JC O M 1
             COM 1




                                         JP R N T 1                                                                                                           J TXPW R 2
                                                                                                                                                              A
                                    t
                          ParalelP or




                                                                                                                                        D DR1
                                                                                                                                        DD R2
                               l
             VGA1




                                                                                                                                                        ID E 1 I E 2
                                                                                                                                                               D

                  J GA1
                   V
         JU SB L A N 1
                                              1
                     USB                               JU SB V 2
                      &                                                                P4M 266A
                     LAN

                                             J U DI 2
                                             A    O



                                        JA U D IO 1
                                                        1
                     15                                                                                             A GP1
                     16
                                                                                                                                                            JC M O S1
                                                        2
                                                              LAN                                               JU S B 2
                                                                                                                                                                        1
                                                                                                            2              10
            Codec                                                                             P C I1        1              9                             BAT1
            JW O L 1 JC D IN 1
                                                                                                        2             10
        1                                                                                                                                               1
                                                   1         JS PD I O 1
                                                                   F               1
                                                                                              PCI
                                                                                                2
                                                                                                        1
                                                                                                            JU SB 3
                                                                                                                      9             VT8235
                                                                                                                                                             JSATA 1

                                S uper                                                                                                                  1
                                 I/O                                                          PCI
                                                                                                3               1          JU S B V 3
                                                                                                                                                             JSATA2


                                                                                                                                          JSF A N 1
                                                                           CN R1               FDD 1                                     1                     JC I1
                     B IO S                                                                                                                           J A NEL1 1
                                                                                                                                                      P
                                                                                                                                             2                    24
                                                                                                                                             1                    23


Back Panel Connector

       JKBMS1                                                                      JPRNT1                           JUSBLAN2
        PS/2                                                                                                               LAN
        Mouse                                                                      Parallel
                                                                                                                                                      Line In
                                          (Optional)
                                                                                                                                                       Speaker Out

                                                                                                                                                      Mic In

         PS/2                                     USB                COM1                     VGA                          USB
        Keyboard
                                            JUSB1                   JCOM1                  JVGA1                                          JAUDIO



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Layout of U8668-D (only for version 5.B & above)
        JK B M S 1                       JK B S1
                                     1                                                                           1
       Keyboard
          &
        M ouse                                                                                                                          JA T X P W R 1
                                                                                            CPU                  JC FA N 1

                                                                              Socket478



                      JC O M 1
            CO M 1




                                  JPR N T 1                                                                                                           JA T X PW R 2
                        ralel t
                      P a l Por




                                                                                                                               DDR1
                                                                                                                               D DR2
            VGA1




                                                                                                                                                ID E 1 ID E 2

                      JV G A 1

                                     1
                                              J SB V 2
                                              U
           J S BL A N 1
           U                                                                 P4M 266A


           JA U D I 2
                  O                 10        9

                                     2        1
                                    J U D IO 1
                                    A
                                                                                                        AGP1
                                                                                                                                                    JC M O S 1
                                                    LA N                                                                                                               1
                                                                                             2 J SB 2 1 0
                                                                                               U
                                                                                                                               VT8235
           C od e c                                                                 PC I1    1        9                                          BAT1
           J O L 1 JC D I 1
           W            N
                                                                                             2              10
       1                                  1                                                                                                     1
                                                   JSP D IFO 1           1          PC I2    1              9
                                                                                                 JU S B 3                                            JSATA1
                                                                                                                                                     ( Op ti on al )
                           S uper                                                                                                               1
                            I/O                                                     PC I3                                                            JSATA 2
                                                                                                                  JU S B V 3                         ( Op ti on al)
                                                                                                                 1
                                                                                                                                 JSF A N 1
                                                                 CN R1        FD D 1
              B IO S                                                                                                            1                        JC I1
                                                                                                                                             JPA N E L 1 1
                                                                                                                                    2                       24
                                                                                                                                    1                       23




   Back Panel Connector
      JKBMS1                                                             JPRNT1                        JUSBLAN2
       PS/2                                                                                                      LAN
       Mouse                                                             Parallel
                                                                                                                                                Line In
                                  (Optional)
                                                                                                                                                 Speaker Out

                                                                                                                                                Mic In

       PS/2                           USB                 COM1                      VGA                          USB
      Keyboard
                                   JUSB1                 JCOM1                    JVGA1                                             JAUDIO




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Layout of U8668-D (only for version 7.0~7.3)
         J KBM S1
                K/B                                                                                                                    1
                 &
               Mouse                                                                                                                   JCF AN1           JATXPWR1
                                                                                                                        CPU

                                    US B                                                                So ck et 4 78
                                     &
                                    LAN

                                            JCOM1
                                COM1




                                                                                                                                                                JATXPWR2
                                              Parallel Por t




                                                                                                                                                 DDR1
                                                                                                                                                 DDR2
                                VGA1




                                                                   JP RNT1
                                                                                                                                                              ID E1 ID E2

                                            JVGA1
                                                                             Sup er
                                                                              I/O
         MI C-IN LIN E-IN SP-OU T




                                                                                                       P4M2 66 A
                                       GAME Por t




                                                               JA UD _GA ME


                                                                                BI OS
                                                               10 9
                                                                                                                                 AGP 1
                            JA UDIO1                                                                                                                           JCMOS1
                                                               2      1         LAN                                           JUS B4
                                                                                                                                                                            1
                                                                                                                          2            10
                                    Co dec                                                                    PCI1        1            9                      B AT1

         2 JGAME1                                                    16        JSP DIF O1          1                      2 JUS B2 10
                                                                                                              PCI2        1        9

         1                                                           15

                                                         JCDI N1                                              PCI3
         1
         JWOL1                                                       1
                                                                                                                                                  JSF AN1
                                                                                            CNR1        FDD1                                      1                 JCI1
                                                                                                                                                                    1
                                                                                                                                            JPA NEL1 2
                                                                                                                                                     1
                                                                                                                                                                      24
                                                                                                                                                                      23



   Back Panel Connector

        JKBMS1 JUSBLAN1
                                     PS/2 LAN(Optional)                                                     JPRNT1                                          JGAME1
                                    Mouse                                                                    Parallel                                       Game Port




                 P S/2                                                       USB               COM1                       VGA1                   Speaker Line In Mic
               Keyboard                                                                                                                              Out         In
                                                                                             JCOM1                       JVGA1




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Layout of U8668-D (only for version 7.5~7.7)
           JKBMS1
                                                                                                                                            1
          Key board
             &
           Mouse                                                                                                                                              JA TX PWR 1
                                                                                                                          CPU               JC FAN1

                                                                                                            Soc ket 478
               JUSBLAN1



                                             JCO M1
                             COM1




                                                                   JPRNT1                                                                                                JATXPWR2
                                                P ar allel Po rt




                                                                                                                                                      DDR1
                                                                                                                                                      DDR2
                             VGA1




                                                                                                                                                                     IDE1 ID E2

                                             JVGA1
              MI C-I N LINE- IN SP-OUT




                                                                                                            P4M266A
                                          GAME Port




                                                                   JAU D_GA ME

                                                                   10 9

                                                                          JAUD IO 1

                                                                   21                                                                 AGP1
                                                                                                                                                                     JCMO S1
                                                                                      LAN                                         JUSB4
                                                                                                                                                                                      1
                                                                                                                              2           10
               C od ec                                                                                           PCI1         1           9                          BAT 1
                                                                                                                                                VT8235
           JWO L1
                                                            JCDIN1
          1                                                                                                               2            10
                                                                            1                                                                                        1
                                                                                      JSPDIFO1          1        PCI2     1            9
                                                                                                                              JUSB2                                      JS ATA 1

                                                         Supe r                                                                                                      1
                                                                                                                                  2         10
                                                          I/O                                                    PCI3             1         9
                                                                                                                                       JU SB3                            JS A 2
                                                                                                                                                                             TA


                                                                                                                                                        JSFAN 1
                                                                                                 CNR1        FDD 1                                     1
                                         BI OS                                                                                                                    JPAN EL1
                                                                                                                                                                                 JCI1
                                                                                                                                                                             1
                                                                                                                                                          2                      24
                                                                                                                                                          1                      23



   Back Panel Connector

         JKBMS1 JUSBLAN1
                                  PS/2 LAN(Optional)                                                         JPRNT1                                       JGAME1
                                 Mouse                                                                       Paral lel                                    Game Port




             PS/2                                                               USB                COM1                   VGA1                   Speaker Line In Mic
           Keyboard                                                                                                                                 Out          In
                                                                                                 JCOM1                  JVGA1




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Layout of U8668-D (only for version 7.8 & above)
               JKBMS1
                                                                                                                                              1
           Keyb oard
              &
            Mouse                                                                                                                             JCF AN1            JA TXP WR1
                                                                                                                            CPU

                                                                                                           So c ke t 47 8
                    JUSBLAN1


                                             JCOM1
                           COM1




                                                                JP RNT1                                                                                                     JATXP WR2
                                              Parallel P ort




                                                                                                                                                        DD R1
                                                                                                                                                        DDR2
                           VGA1




                                                                                                                                                                        ID E1 I DE2

                                             JVGA1
               M IC- IN LINE-IN SP-OUT




                                                                                                           P4M 266A
                                          GAME P ort




                                                                JA UD_G AME

                                                               10 9

                                                                      JAU DIO 1

                                                               21                                                                     AGP 1
                                                                                                                                                                        JCMOS1
                                                                                    LAN                                                                                                1
                                                                                                                                2 JUSB4 10
                    Co de c                                                                                      PC 1
                                                                                                                   I            1       9                               BAT1
               JWOL1 JCDI N1
                                                                                                                                                  VT8235
           1                                                                                                                2            10                             1
                                                                         1        JS PDI F O1          1                    1            9
                                                                                                                 PCI 2          JU SB2                                      JSATA1

                                                       Super                                                                                                            1
                                                                                                                                  2           10
                                                        I /O                                                     PCI 3            1           9
                                                                                                                                         JUS B3                             JS ATA 2


                                                                                                                                                          JS FAN 1
                                                                                                CNR1        F DD1                                         1                        JCI1
                                         BI OS                                                                                                                       JP ANEL1    1
                                                                                                                                                             2                    24
                                                                                                                                                             1                    23



   Back Panel Connector

         JKBMS1 JUSBLAN1
                     PS/2 LAN(Optional)                                                                     JPRNT1                                            JGAME1
                    Mouse                                                                                   Paral lel                                         Game Port




             PS/2                                                            USB                 COM1                       VGA1                   Speaker Line In Mic
           Keyboard                                                                                                                                   Out          In
                                                                                            JCOM1                        JVGA1




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CPU Installation
                        CPU Fan




                         CPU




  1. Pull the lever sideway s away from the socket then raise the lever up to a
  90-degree angle.

  2. Locate Pin A in the socke and loo for the white do or cut edge in the CPU.
                               t        k                  t
  Match Pin A with the white dot/cut edge then insert the CPU.

  3. Press the lever down. Then Put the f an on the CPU and buckle it and put the
  f an’s power port into the JCFAN1, then to complete the installation.

  CPU/ S ystem Fan Headers: JCFAN1/ (JS FAN1 => optional)

                1              Ground           1            Ground
                                  12 V                          12V
                               Sense                         Sense

                      J CFAN1                         JSFAN1

DDR DIMM Modules: DDR1-2
  DRAM Access Time: 2.5V Unbuffered/ Registered DDR 200 MHz (PC1600)/
  DDR 266 MHz (PC2100) Ty pe required.
  DRAM Ty pe: 64MB/ 128MB/ 256MB/ 512MB/ 1GB DIMM Module.(184 pin)

  DIMM Socket                     DDR Module                   Total Memory Size
    Location                                                          (MB)
     DDR 1          64MB/128MB/256MB/512MB/1GB *1                    Max is
      DDR 2         64MB/128MB/256MB/512MB/1GB *1                      2GB
       The list shown abov e f or DRAM configuration is only f or reference.



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 How to install DDR DIMM Module
 1. The DDR DIMM socket ha a “ Plastic Saf e
                                 s                   ty
 Tab”, and the DDR DIMM me      mory module has an
 Asy mmetrical notch”, so the DDR DIMM memory
 module can only f it into the slot in one direction.

 2. Push the tabs out. Insert the DDR DIMM
 memory modules into the so cket at a 90-degree
 angle, and then push down vertically so that it will
 f it into the place.

 3. The Mounting Holes and plastic tabs should fit
 over the edge and hold the DDR DIMM memory
 modules in place.

Jumpers, Headers, Connectors & Slots
 Hard Disk Connectors: IDE1/ IDE2
 The motherboard has a 32-bit Enhanced PCI IDE Controller that provides PIO
 Mode 0~4, Bus Master, and Ultra DMA 33/ 66 100/ 133 functionality. It has two
                                                   /
 HDD connectors IDE1 (primary) and IDE2 (secondary).
 The IDE connectors can connect a master and a slave driv e, so you can connect
 up to f our hard disk driv es. The f irst hard drive should alway s be connected to
 IDE1.

 Floppy Disk Connector: FDD1
 The motherboard provides a standard f loppy disk connector tha suppor 360K,
                                                               t     ts
 720K, 1.2M, 1.44M and 2.88M flopp disk types. This connector supports the
                                        y
 prov ided f loppy drive ribbon cables.

 Audio Modem Riser Slot: AMR1 (only for version 1.x and 6.x)
 (Only support slav e card)
 The AMR specif ication is an open Industry Standard Architecture and that defines
 a hardware scalable riser card interface, which supports audio and modem only.

 Peripheral Component Interconnect Slots: PCI1-3 (only for
 version 3.x, 4.x, 5x, 5.A, 5.B, 7.x)
 This motherboard is equipped with 3 standard PCI slots. PCI stands f or Peripheral
 Component Interconnect, and it is a bus standard for e xpansion cards. This PCI
 slot is designated as 32 bits.

 Peripheral Component Interconnect Slots: PCI1-2 (only for
 version 1.x and 6.x)
 This motherboard is equipped with 2 standard PCI slots. PCI stands f or Peripheral
 Component Interconnect, and it is a bus standard for e xpansion cards. This PCI
 slot is designated as 32 bits.

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Accelerated Graphics Port S lot: AGP1
Y our monitor will attach directly to that v ideo card. This motherboard supports
video cards for PCI slots, but it is also equipped with an Accelerated Graphics Port
(AGP). An AGP card will take adv antage of AGP technology f or improved v ideo
efficiency and performance, especially with 3D graphics.

Communication Network Riser S lot: CNR1 (optional)
The CNR specification is an open Industry Standard Architecture and it defines a
                                                                  ,
hardware scalable riser card interf ace, which supports audio and modem only.


Front USB Header: JUSB2/ (JUS B3=>only for version 5.A & 5.B,
7.2; JUS B4=>only for version 7.x)

         2                  Pin Assignment           Pin Assignment
                             1     +5V                2    +5V
         1                   3   Data (-)             4   Data (-)
                             5   Data (+)             6   Data (+)
             JUSB2/4         7   Ground               8   Ground
                             9      Key               10    NA


Power Connectors: JATXPWR1/ J ATXPWR2


                       JATXPWR2
                 ( ATX 12V Power Connector)


                                              JA TX PWR1
                                    ( AT X Ma in P ow er Connec tor )


JATXPWR1
       PIN         Assignment                  PIN               Assignment
        1             +3 .3V                   11                  +3 .3V
        2             +3 .3V                   12                   -12V
        3            G round                   13                  G round
        4              +5V                     14                  PS_O N
        5            G round                   15                  G round
        6              +5V                     16                  G round
        7            G round                   17                  G round
        8            PW_OK                     18                    -5V
        9          +5V _S tandby               19                   +5V
       10             +12V                     20                   +5V




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JATXPWR2
      PIN          A ssignment                       PIN              Assignment
       1                12V                           3                 G round
       2                12V                           4                 G round


Front Panel Connector: JPANEL1
                                   PWR_LED
                         SLP       (+ ) ( +) (- )
                                                  ON/OFF    IR
                     2                                           24
                     1                                           23
                                      (+ ) ( -)
                           SPK                    RST       IR
                                      HLED
                         SPK            ==> Speaker Conn.
                         HLED           ==> Ha rd Driver LED
                         RST            ==> Reset Button
                         IR              ==> Infrared Conn.
                         SLP            ==> Sleep Button
                         PWR_LE D       ==> Power LED
                         ON/ OFF        ==> Power-on Button


Clear CMOS Jumper: JCMOS
                          JCMOS                    Assignment
                               Pin 1-2 on            Normal
                                                    Operation
                               1                    (default)

                               Pin 2-3 on
                                                   Clear CMOS
                                                      Data
                               1

※ Clear CMOS Procedures:
   1 . R emove AC power line.
   2 . S et JC MO S1 (2-3 ) closed.
   3 . Wait for five seconds .
   4 . S et JC MO S1 (1-2 ) closed.
   5 . Power on AC .
   6 . R eset your desired pass word or c lear the CMO S data.

Audio S ubsystem: JAUDIO1/ JCDIN1
                 10      9
                2
                1                                                     1
                   2     1
                 JA UD IO1                           JC DIN 1
          (Fro n t Au dio Head er)          ( CD-RO M A u dio- In H ead er)



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                     22                   10
                                                               JF_ AU DIO 1
                     1                    9

               Pin          Ass ignment                 Pin            Assign ment
                1             Mic In                     2              Ground
                3           Mic Power                    4             Audio Po wer
                5          RT Line Out                   6             RT Line Out
                7            Reserved                    8                Key
                9          LFT Line Out                  10           LFT Line Out



                              Fro nt Pan el Au dio C onn ecto r/ Ju mper B lock

                Jump er Se tting                              C on fig ur ation

           1     2
           3     4        Pin 5 and 6
           5     6                        Audio lin e o ut sig nals are rou ted to
           7              Pin 9 and 1 0
                                          th e b ack pan el au dio lin e o ut conn ecto r.
           9     10

           1     2
           3     4
           5     6        No jum per s    Aud io line ou t an d m ic in sign als ar e
           7               installed      av ailabl e fo r fro nt pan el au dio co nn ector s.
           9     10




Audio S ubsystem: JCDIN1/ JAUD IO1 (only support for version
5.1 & 5.A)

      15                        1                                                    1
      16                        2
           JAUDIO1                  J CDIN1
      (Front Audi o Header) (C D-ROM Audio-In Header)



                15                                 1
                                               2              JAUDIO1
                16                                 2

                Pin           Assignment                Pin          Assignment
                 1              Mi c In                  2             Ground
                 3            Mic Power                  4           Audio Power
                 5          Right Line Out               6          Right Line Out
                 7             Reserved                  8               NC
                 9          Left Line Out                10         Left Line Out
                 11        Surrender Right               12         Surrender Left
                 13             Center                   14           Subwoof
                 15             Ground                  16               KEY




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Game Header: JGAME1 (o ptional)
                   2                    16       JGAME1
                   1                    15
                   Pin Assignment         Pin Assignment
                    1     +5V              2      +5V
                    3     GP6              4     GP4
                    5     GP2              6      GP0
                    7 MIDI-OUTR            8    Ground
                    9     GP3              10 Ground
                   11     GP7              12     GP1
                   13 MIDI-INR             14     GP5
                   15     NC               16     +5V


Digital Audio Connector: JS PDIF_OUT1 (optional)
                             S PDIF_Out
                             GND        5V

                                             1

                          JSPDIF_ OUT

Wake On LAN Header: JWO L1 (optional)
                             Gr ound
                             5V Wake up

                         1

                               JWOL1

Case Open Connector: JCI1 (optional)

                        JCI1            Assignment
                    1                     Normal
                                         Operation
                   No jumper             (default)
                   installed
                    1
                                        Case Open
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Power S ource Selection for KB/MS and US B0/1: JKBS 1 (only
for version 3.3 and 5.x, 5.A, 5.B)
                        JKBS1              Assignment
                                1
                                               5V
                        Pin 1-2 on

                                1            5V_SB
                        Pin 2-3 on


Power S ource Selection for USB: JUSBV2/ JUS BV3 (only for
version 3.3 and 5.x, 5.A, 5.B)
                   JUSBV2/3           Assignment

                   1                          5V
                       Pin 1-2 on

                   1                      5V Standby
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Trouble Shooting
                 PROBABLE                                 SOLUTION
 No power to the system at all Power light * Make sure power cable is securely
 don’t illuminate, f an inside power supply   plugged in
 does not turn on. Indicator light on       * Replace cable
 key board does not turn on                 * Contact technical support
 Syste inoperativ e. Keyboard lights are * Using even pressure on both ends of
        m
 on, power indicator lights are lit, hard     the DIMM, press down firmly until the
 driv e is spinning.                          module snaps into place.

 Syste does not boot from hard disk
        m                                 * Check cable running from disk to disk
 driv e, can be booted f ro optical driv e.
                           m                controller board Make sure both ends
                                                              .
                                            are securely plugged in; check the
                                            driv e type in the standard CMOS
                                            setup.
                                          * Backing up the hard drive is extremely
                                            important. All hard disks are capable of
                                            breaking down at any time.
 Syste only boots f rom optical driv e.
       m                                  * Back up data and applications files.
 Hard disk can be read and applications     Ref ormat the hard driv e. Re-install
 can be used but booting from hard disk is applications and data using backup
 impossible.                                disks.
 Screen message says “Invalid             * Review system’ equipment . Make
                                                             s
 Conf iguration” or “CMOS Failure.”         sure correct information is in setup.


 Cannot boot system after installing           * Set ma  ster/slave jumpers correctly.
 second hard driv e.                           * Run SETUP program and select correct
                                                 driv e types. Call drive manuf acturers
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Español
 Características del U8668-D
    CPU
       Proporciona Socket-478.
       Soporta procesador Intel Pentiu 4 de hasta 3.06GHz.
                                      m
       Soporta Intel Pentium 4 478 Prescott CPU. (solamente para v ersión 5.A/5.B
       en adelante; 7.5 en adelante)
       Corre a 400/ 533MHz Front Side Bus.
       Soporta Tecnología Hyper-Threading.
       La versión 7.8 no admite el procesador Willamette.
       Se recomienda el ventilador de procesador Intel estándar.

    Chipset
       North Bridge: P4M266A
       South Bridge: VT8235

    Memoria Principal
       Soporta hasta 2 dispositivos DDR.
       Soporta dispositivos DDR de 200/ 266MHz.
       Capacidad máxima de memoria 2GB.

    Super I/O
       Chipset: ITE IT8705.

    Ranuras
       Dos ranuras de 32-bit PCI bus master. (solamente para versión 1.x y 6.x)
       Tres ranuras de 32-bit PCI bus master. (solamente para versión 3.x, 4.x, 5.x,
       5.A, 5.B y 7.x)
       Una ranura CNR. (sola  mente para versión 3.x, 4.x, 5.x, 5.A 5.B y 7
                                                                   ,       .x)
       Una ranura AMR. (solamente para v ersión 1.x y 6.x)
       Una ranura AGP.

    IDE Onboard
       Soporta cuarto discos IDE.
       Soporta Modos PIO 4, Modo Master y Modo Ultra DMA 33/66/100/133 Bus
       Master.

    LAN (solamente soporta para versión de placa madre 3.3)
       RealTek RTL8201BL.
       10/100Mbps.
       Full/Half Duplex.

    LAN
       VIA VT6103/6103L (Sólo la versión 7.8 y posteriores admiten el conjunto de
       chips VT6103L).
       Dual Speed: 10/100Mbps.


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       Full/Half Duplex.
       Auto Negociación: 10/100 Mbps, Full/Half Duplex.

   AC’97 Sound Codec Onboard
      Chipset: VIA1612A (solamente para v ersión 3.x, 6 y 7.0-7.6)
                                                       .x,
      Constituy e con la especificación del AC’97.
      Soporta 2 canales.

   AC’97 Sound Codec Onboard (opcional)
      Chipset: CMI9739A (solamente para v er   sión 1.x, 4.x, 5.x, 5 , 5.B, 7.7, 7.8
                                                                    .A
      y posteriores )
      Constituy e con la especificación del AC’97.
      Soporta 6 canales.

   Periféricos Onboard
       Soporta disquette de 360K, 720K, 1.2MB, 1.44MB y 2.88MB.
       Soporta 1 puerto serie.
       Soporta 1 puerto VGA  .
       Soporta 1 puerto paralelo multi-mode. (modo SPP    /EPP/ECP)
       Soporta ratón PS/2 y teclado PS/2.
       Soporta 6 puertos USB2.0 (2 x traseros + 4 x f rontales/ 4 x traseros + 2 x
       frontales.

   BIOS
      AWARD legal Bios.
      Soporta APM1.2.
      Soporta ACPI.
      Soporta f unción USB.

   Sistemas Operativos
       Ofrece el más alto funcionamiento para MS-DOS, Windows 2000, Windows
       Me, Windows XP, SCO UNIX etc.

   Dimensiones
      Factor de Forma Micro ATX: 19.5cm X 22.8cm (W X L) (solamente para
      v ersión 1.x y 6.x)
      Factor de Forma Micro ATX: 19.5cm x 24.4cm (W X L) (solamente para
      v ersión 3.x, 4 5.x, 5.A, 5.B y 7.x)
                     .x,

Contenido del Paquete
       Cable HDD
       Cable FDD
       Manual del Usuario
       Cable USB (Opcional)
       Panel Trasero I/O (Opcional)
       Configuración completa del Driver CD



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Solución de Problemas
           CAUS A PROBABLE                                 SOLUCIÓN
 No ha corrien en el sistema. La luz de *
       y        te                              Asegúrese que el cable de transmisión
 corriente no ilumina, ventilador dentro de     esté seguramente enchu ado.
                                                                        f
 la f uente de alimentación apagada. *          Reemplace el cable.
 Indicador de luz del teclado apagado.
                                            *   Contacte ayuda técnica.
 Sistema inoperativo. Luz del teclado * Presione los dos extremo del DIMM,
                                                                   s
 encendido, luz de indicador de corriente presione para abajo f irmemente hasta
 iluminado, disco rígido está girando.    que el módulo encaje en el lugar.
 Sistema no arranca desde el disco rígido, * Controle el cable de ejecución desde el
 puede ser arrancado desde el unidad disco hasta el disco del controlador.
 óptica.                                     Asegúrese de que ambos lados estén
                                             enchu ados con seguridad; controle el
                                                   f
                                             tipo de disco en la configuración
                                             estándar CMOS.
                                            * Copiando el disco rígido es
                                              extremadamente importante. Todos
                                              los discos rígidos son capaces de
                                              dañarse en cualquier momento.
 Sistema solamente arranca desde el *           Copie datos y documentos de
 unidad óptica. Disco rígido puede leer y       aplicación. Vuelva a f ormatear el
 aplicaciones pueden ser usados pero el         disco rígido. Vuelv a a instalar las
 arranque desde el disco rígido es              aplicaciones y datos usando el disco
 imposible.                                     de copiado.
 Mensaje       de     pantalla     ”Inv alid * Revise el equipo del sistema.
 Conf iguration” o “CMOS Failure.”             Asegúrese de que la información
                                               conf igurada sea correcta.
 No puede arrancar después de instalar el * Fije correctamente el puente
 segundo disco rígido.                      master/esclav o.
                                            * Ejecute el programa SETUP y
                                              seleccione el tipo de disco correcto.
                                              Llame a una manuf acturación del disco
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Français
 Caractéristiques de U8668-D
    CPU
       Offre les Socket-478.
       Supporte le processeur Intel Pentium 4 jusqu’à 3.06GHz.
       Supporte Intel Pentium 4 478 Prescott CPU. (pour v ersion 5.A/5B, e 7.5)
                                                                          t
       Fonctionnant en Bus Frontal de 400/ 533MHz.
      Supporte Hy per-Threading.
      Les versions 7 et plus ne sont pas compatibles a
                     .8                                  vec les processeurs
       Willamette.
      Les ventilateurs pour CPU Intel standard sont reco mmandé   s.

    Chipset
       North Bridge: P4M266A
       South Bridge: VT8235

    Mémoire Principale
       Supporte jusqu’à 2 matériels DDR.
       Supporte des matériels DDR en 200/266MHz.
       La plus grande capacité mémoire est 2Go.

    Super E/S
       Chipset: ITE IT8705.

    Slots
      Deux slots de maîtrise de bus PCI 32 bits. (seulment pour version 1.x et 6.x)
      Trois slots de maîtrise de bus PCI 32 bits. (seulment pour v ersion 3.x, 4.x, 5.x,
      5.A, 5 et 7.x)
            .B,
      Un slo CNR. (seulment pour version 3.x, 4.x, 5.x, 5.A, 5.B e 7.x)
             t                                                      t
      Un slo AMR. (seulment pour v ersion 1.x et 6.x)
             t
      Un slo AGP
             t

    IDE Interne
        Supporte quatre disques durs IDE.
        Supporte PIO Mode 4, le Mode Maître et le Mode de Maîtrise de Bu Ultra
                                                                        s
        DMA 33/66/100/133.

    LAN (seulment pour version 3.3)
       RealTek RTL8201BL.
       10/100Mbps.
       Full/Half Duplex.

    LAN
       VT6103/6103L (Seules les versions 7.8 e plus sont compatibles avec le
                                              t
       chipset VT6103L).
       Double Vitesse: 10/100Mbps.

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       Full/Half Duplex.
       Négociation automatique : 10/100 Mbps, Full/Half Duplex.

   Codec Son AC’97 Interne
      Chipset: VIA1612A (seulment pour v ersion 3.x, 6.x et 7.0-7.6)
      Conforme aux spécif ications du codec AC’97.
      Supporte 2 canaux.

   Codec Son AC’97 Interne (optionnel)
      Chipset: CMI9739A (seulment pour v ersion 1.x, 4 5.x, 5.A, 5.B ,7.7, 7.8 et
                                                      .x,
      plus)
      Conforme aux spécif ications du codec AC’97.
      Supporte 6 canaux.

   Périphériques Internes
       Supporte les lecteurs de disquettes 360K, 720K, 1.2Mo, 1.44Mo et 2   .88Mo.
       Supporte 1 port série.
       Supporte 1 port VGA.
       Supporte 1 port parallèle multi-mode. (mode SPP/EPP/ECP)
       Supporte souris PS/2 et clav ier PS/2.
       Supporte 6 ports USB2.0 (2 x arrières + 4 x avants/4 x arrières + 2 x av ants)

   BIOS
      AWARD legal Bios.
      Supporte APM1.2.
      Supporte ACPI
      Supporte la Fonction USB.

   Système d’Exploitation
      Offre les meilleures perf ormances pour MS-DOS, Windows 2000, Windows
      Me, Windows XP, SCO UNIX etc.

   Dimensions
      Facteur de Forme Micro ATX: 19.5cm X 22.8cm (l X L) (seulment pour
      v ersion 1.x et 6.x)
      Facteur de Forme Micro ATX: 19.5cm X 24.4cm (l X L) (seulment pour
      v ersion 3.x, 4 5.x, 5.A, 5.B et 7.x)
                     .x,

Contenu de l'Emballage
       Câble de Disque Dur
       Câble de Lecteur de Disquette
       Manuel d’utilisation
       Câble USB (Optionnel)
       Panneau d’E/S Arrière (Optionnel)
       CD de Pilote Complet




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Dépannage
                  PROBLÈME                              SOLUTION
 Pas d'alimenta    tion au système. Les  * Assurez-v ous que le câble
 v oyants lumineux ne s'allument pas, le   d'alimentation e bien branché
                                                           st
 v entilateur à l'intérieur du bloc      * Remplacez le câble
 d'alimentation ne se me pas en marche.
                             t
 Le v o ant du clavier ne s'allume pas
        y                                * Contactez le serv ice d'assistance
                                         technique.
 Le système nef onctionne pas. Les           * En exerçant une pression uniforme sur
 v oyants du cla  vier sont allumés, les        les deux extrémités du DIMM, poussez
 v oyants de l'alimentation aussi, le disque le module vers le bas jusqu'à ce qu'il
 dur tourne.                                    s'enclenche.
 Le système ne se réinitialise pas du        * Vérif iez le câble du disque à la carte du
 disque dur, réinitialisation possible          contrôleur de disque. Assurez-v ous
 depuis le lecteur lecteur optique.             que les deux extrémités sont bien
                                                branchées ; vérif iez le type de lecteur
                                                dans la conf iguration standard de
                                                CMOS.
                                             * Il est très important d'effectuer des
                                                sauv egardes du disque dur. Les
                                                disques durs peuv ent tomber en panne
                                                à n'importe quel moment.
 Le système ne se réinitialise que depuis * Effectuez une sauv egarde des f ichiers
 le lecteur optique. Le disque dur peut être des données et d'application.
 lu et les applications sont utilisables mais Ref ormatez le disque dur. Ré-installez
 il est impossible d'effectuer de               les applications et les données
 réinitialisation depuis le disque dur.         sauv egardées sur les disques de
                                                secours.
 Un message s'affiche indiquant que la        * Vérif iez l'équipement du système.
 conf iguration n'est pas valide ou qu'il y a   Assurez-v ous que les informations de
 une panne du CMOS.                             la con iguration sont correctes.
                                                        f

 Impossible de réinitialiser le système    * Réglez les cav aliers maître/esclave
 après l'installation d'un deuxième disque   correctement.
 dur.                                      * Exécutez le programme SETUP et
                                             sélectionnez le ty pes de lecteur.
                                                            s
                                             Contactez les fabricants pour tou  te
                                             question de compatibilité avec les
                                             autres disques.




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Chapter 3: WarpSpeeder™




 3.1    Introduction
 [Warp Sp eeder™], a new p owerful control utility, features three
 user-friendly functions includin g Overclock M anager, Overvoltage
 M anager, and Hardware Monitor.
 With the Overclock M anager, users can easily adjust the frequency
 they p refer or they can get the best CPU p erformance with just one
 click. The Overvoltage Manager, on the other hand, help s to p ower
 up CPU core voltage and M emory voltage. The cool Hardware
 M onitor smartly indicates the temp eratures, voltage and CPU fan
 sp eed as well as the chip set information. Also, in the About p anel,
 y ou can get detail descriptions about BIOS model and chip sets. In
 addition, the frequency status of CPU, memory, AGP and PCI along
 with the CPU sp eed are sy nchronically shown on our main p anel.
 M oreover, to p rotect users' computer sy stems if the setting is not
 approp riate when testing and results in sy stem fail or han g,
 [Warp Sp eeder™] technology assures the sy stem stability by
 automatically rebooting the co mputer and then restart to a sp eed that
 is either the original sy stem sp eed or a suitable one.

  3.2 S ystem Requirement
 OS Sup p ort: Windows 98 SE, Windows M e, Windows 2000,
 Windows XP
 DirectX: DirectX 8.1 or above. (The Windows XP op erating system
 includes DirectX 8.1. If you use Windows XP, you do not need to

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install DirectX 8.1.)
3.3    Installation
 1. Execute the setup execution file, and then the followin g dialo g
    will pop up . Please click “Next” button and follow the default
    p rocedure to install.




 2. When y ou see the following d ialo g in setup p rocedure, it means
    setup is completed. If the “Launch the WarpSp eeder Tray
    Utility” checkbo x is checked, the Tray Icon utility and
    [WarpSp eeder™] utility will be automatically and immediately
    launched after y ou click “Finish” button.




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         Usage:
The following figures are just only for reference, the screen p rinted in this
user manual will ch an ge accordin g to y our motherboard on hand.




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   [WarpSpeeder™] includes 1 tray icon and 5 panels:
   1.   Tray Icon:
        Whenever the Tray Icon utility is launched, it will display a
        little tray icon on the right side of Windows Taskbar.




        This utility is resp onsible for conveniently invoking
        [Warp Speeder™] Utility. You can use the mouse by clickin g
        the left button in order to invoke [WarpSp eeder™] directly
        from the little tray icon or y ou can right-click the little tray
        icon to pop up a p op up menu as followin g figure. The
        “Launch Utility ” item in the p op up menu has the same
        function as mouse left-click on tray icon and “Exit” item
        will close Tray Icon utility if selected.




   2.   Main Panel
        If y ou click the tray icon, [WarpSp eeder™] utility will be
        invoked. Please refer to the followin g figure; the utility ’s
        first window y ou will see is M ain Panel.
   Main Panel contains fe ature s as follows:
a. Disp lay the CPU Sp eed, CPU external clo ck, M emory clock,
   AGP clock, and PCI clock information.
b. Contains About, V oltage, Overclock, and Hardware M onitor
   Buttons for invoking resp ective p anels.
c. With a user-friendly Status Animation, it can rep resent 3

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overclock p ercentage stages:
         M an walking→overclock percentage from 100% ~ 110
         %
         Panther running→overclock p ercentage from 110% ~
         120%
         Car racin g→ov erclock p ercentage from 120% ~ above




3.   Voltage Panel
     Click the V oltage button in M ain Panel, the button will be
     high lighted and the V  oltage Panel will slide out to up as the
     followin g figure.
     In this p anel, y ou can decide to increase CPU core voltage
     and M emory voltage or not. The default setting is “No”. If
     you want to get the best p erformance of overclock in g, we

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     recommend y ou click the op tion “Yes”.




4.   Overclock Panel
     Click the Overclo ck button in Main Panel, the button will be
     high lighted and the Overclo ck Panel will slid e out to left as
     the following figure.




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   O ve rclock Panel contains the these features:
a. “–3MHz button”, “-1M Hz button”, “+1MHz button”, and
   “+3MHz button”: p rovide user the ability to do real-time
   overclock adjustment.
      Warning:
      Manually overclock is potentially dangerous, especially when the overclocking
      percentage is over 110 %. We strongly recom   mend you verify every speed you
      overclock by c lick the Verify button. Or, you can just click Auto overclock button
      and let [WarpS peeder™ ] automatically gets the best result for you.
b. “Recovery Dialog button”: Pop up the following d ialo g. Let user
   select a restoring way if sy stem need to do a fail-safe reboot.




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d.    “Auto-overclock button”: User can click this button and
      [Warp Sp eeder™] will set the best and stable p erformance
      and frequency automatically. [Warp Speeder™] utility will
      execute a series of testing until sy stem fail. Then system
      will do fail-safe reboot by using Watchdo g function. After
      reboot, the [Warp Sp eeder™] utility will restore to the
      hardware default setting or load the verified best and stable
      frequency accordin g to the Recovery Dialo g’s setting.
e.    “Verify button”: User can click this button and
      [Warp Sp eeder™] will p roceed a testing for current
      frequency. If the testing is ok, then the current frequency
      will be saved into system registry. If the testing fail,
      system will do a fail-safe rebootin g. After reboot, the
      [Warp Sp eeder™] utility will restore to the hardware
      default setting or load the verified best and stable
      frequency accordin g to the Recovery Dialo g’s setting.
      Note:
      Because the testing programs, invoked in Auto-overclock and Verify, include
      DirectDraw, Direct3D and DirectShow tests, the DirectX 8.1 or newer runtime
      library is required. And please make sure your display card’s color depth is
      High color (16 bit) or True color( 24/32 bit ) that is required for Direct3D
      rendering.

5.   Hardware Monitor Panel
     Click the Hardware M onitor button in Main Panel, the
     button will be highlighted and the Hardware Monitor p anel
     will slide out to left as the following figure.
     In this p anel, y ou can get the real-time status information of
     your system. The information will be refreshed ev ery 1
     second.




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6.   About Panel
     Click the “about” button in M ain Panel, the button will be
     high lighted and the About Panel will slide out to up as the
     followin g figure.
     In this p anel, y ou can get model name and detail
     information in hints of all the chip set that are related to
     overclockin g. You can also get the mainboard ’s BIOS model
     and the V  ersion number of [Warp Sp eeder™] utility.




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Note:
Because the overclock, overvo ltage, and hardware monitor
features are controlled by several separate chip set,
[WarpSp eeder™] divide these features to sep arate panels. If one
chip set is not on board, the correlative button in M ain p anel will
be disabled, but will not interfere other p anels’ functions. This
p rop erty can make [Warp Sp eeder™] utility more robust.



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Manual de tarjeta madre- U8668

  • 1. U8668--D U8668 D FCC Information and Copyright This equipment has been tested and found to c omply with the limits of a C lass B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules . T hese limits are designed to provide reasonable protection agains t harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates , uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not ins talled and used in accordance with the instructions, may c ause harmful interference to radio communications . There is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a partic ular installation. The vendor makes no representations or warranties with respec t to the contents here of and specially disclaims any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for any purpose. F urther the vendor reserves the right to revise this publication and to make changes to the c ontents here of without obligation to notif any party beforehand. y Duplication of this publication, in part or in whole, is not allowed without firs t obtaining the vendor’s approval in writing. The c ontent of this user’s manual is subject to be changed without notice and we w not be responsible for any mistakes found in this us er’s ill manual. A ll the brand and product names are trademarks of their respective c ompanies . i
  • 2. U8668--D U8668 D ENGLIS H................................................................................................... 3 U8668-D Features.................................................................................3 Package contents...................................................................................4 Layout of U8668-D (only for version 1.x and 6.x) .........................5 Layout of U8668-D (only for version 3.3).......................................6 Layout of U8668-D (only for version 4.0).......................................7 Layout of U8668-D (only for version 5.x).......................................8 Layout of U8668-D (only for version 5.A)......................................9 Layout of U8668-D (only for version 5.B & above).....................10 Layout of U8668-D (only for version 7.0~7.3).............................. 11 Layout of U8668-D (only for version 7.5~7.7)..............................12 Layout of U8668-D (only for version 7.8 & above)......................13 CPU Installation .................................................................................14 DDR DIMM Mo dules: DDR1-2 ........................................................14 Jumpers, Headers, Connectors & Slots............................................15 TROUB LE S HOOTING..................................................................... 21 ES PAÑOL ................................................................................................ 22 Características del U8668-D..............................................................22 Contenido del Paquete .......................................................................23 SOLUCIÓN DE PROBLEMAS ......................................................... 24 FRANÇAIS .............................................................................................. 25 Caractéristiques de U8668-D.............................................................25 Contenu de l'Emballage.....................................................................26 DÉPANNAGE ...................................................................................... 27 Chapter 3: WarpS peeder™ ...................................................................28 ii
  • 3. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on English U8668-D Features CPU Provides Socket-478. ® ® Support the Intel Pentium 4 Northwood CPU up to 3.06G Hz. ® ® Supports the Intel Pentium 4 478 Prescott CPU (f or v ersion 5.A/5.B and v ersion 7.5 & abov e). - 533FSB with 1024KB L2 Cache - Celeron D (533 FSB with 256KB L2 Cache) Running at 400/533MHz Front Side Bus. Supports Hy per-Threading Technology. Version 7.8 and above do not support Willamette CPU. Standard Intel CPU f an is suggested. Chipset North Bridge: P4M266A South Bridge: VT8235 Main Memory Supports up to 2 DDR devices. Supports 200 /266MHz DDR devices. The largest memory capacity is 2GB. Super I/O Chipset: ITE IT8705. Slots Three 32-bit P bus master slots (for version 3.x, 4.x, 5.x, 5.A, 5.B and 7.x). CI Two 32-bit PCI bus ma ster slots (only f or v ersion 1.x and 6.x). One CNR slot (f or v ersion 3.x, 4 5.x, 5 5.B and 7.x only ). .x, .A, One AMR slo (for version 1.x and 6.x). t One AGP slo t. On Board IDE Supports four IDE disk drives. Supports PIO Mode 4, Master Mode and Ultra DMA 33/66/100/133 Bus Master Mode. LAN (only support for version 3.3) Chip: RTL8201BL. 10/ 100Mbps. Half/Full duplex operation. LAN VIA VT6103/6103L (Only Version 7.8 and abov e support V VT6103L IA chipset.) Dual Speed: 10/100Mbps, Full/Half Duplex. Auto Negotiation: 10/100 Mbps, Full/Half Duplex. 3
  • 4. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on On Board AC’97 Sound Codec Chip: VIA1612A (for version 3.x, 6.x, and 7.0-7.6) Compliant with AC’97 specification. Supports 2 channel speakers. On Board AC’97 Sound Codec (optional) Chip: CMI9739A (for version 1.x, 4.x, 5.x, 5.A, 5.B, 7.7, 7.8 & abov e) Compliant with AC’97 specification. Supports 6 channel speakers. On Board Peripherals Supports 360K, 720K, 1.2MB, 1 .44MB and 2.88MB f loppy disk driv ers. Supports 1 serial port. Supports 1 VGA port. Supports 1 multi-mode parallel port. (SPP/EPP/ECP mode) Supports PS/2 mouse and PS/2 key board. Supports 6 USB2.0 ports. (Either rear x 4 + f ront x 2 or rear x 2 + front x 4) BIOS AWARD legal Bios. Supports APM1.2. Supports ACPI. Supports USB Function. Operating System Offers the highest performance for MS-DOS, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows XP, SCO UNIX etc. Dimensions Micro ATX Form Factor: 19.5cm X 22.8cm (W X L) (only f or v ersion 1.x and 6.x) Micro ATX Form Factor: 19.5cm x 24.4cm (W x L) (only f orv ersion 3 4.x, .x, 5.x, 5.A, 5.B and 7.x) Package contents FDD Cable HDD Cable User’s Manual Fully Setup Driv er CD USB Cable (optional) Rear I/O Panel (optional) 4
  • 5. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on Layout of U8668-D (only for version 1.x and 6.x) JK BMS1 1 K/ B & Mouse JATX PWR 1 C PU JC FA N 1 S ocket 478 JCO M1 COM1 JA TXPW R2 Pa rall el Port DDR 1 DDR 2 VG A1 JPR NT1 ID E1 ID E2 JVGA 1 JU SBLA N1 Super USB I/O & P4M 266A L AN JAU DIO 10 9 BIOS JA U DIO 1 2 1 A G P1 JC MO S1 LAN JU SB2 1 2 10 C ode c PCI1 1 9 BAT1 2 JGA ME1 16 JSPDIFO 1 1 PCI2 1 15 A MR 1 FD D1 JSFAN 1 JCD IN 1 1 JCI1 1 JPA NEL1 1 1 2 24 JW O L1 1 23 Back Panel Connector JKBMS1 JPRNT1 JUSBLAN2 PS/2 LAN Mouse Parallel Line In Speaker Out Mic In PS/2 USB COM1 V GA USB Keyboard JUSB1 JCOM1 JVGA1 JAUDIO 5
  • 6. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on Layout of U8668-D (only for version 3.3) JKBMS1 JKBS 1 1 1 K/B & Mo use JATX PWR 1 CP U JCFA N1 Soc ke t 478 JCO M1 COM1 JP RNT1 JATX PW R2 P arall e Por t DD R1 DDR2 l VGA1 1 JUS BV2 I DE1 I DE2 JVGA1 JUSBLAN1 Super U SB I/O & P4M 266A LA N JAU DIO 10 9 BIOS JAU DI O1 2 1 AGP 1 JC MOS 1 LAN JUS B2 1 2 10 C od ec P CI 1 1 9 BA T1 2 JGAME1 16 JS P DI FO 1 1 P CI2 1 15 P CI3 1 JUS BV3 JCDI N1 1 JWO L1 1 JS FA N1 CN R1 F DD1 1 JCI 1 JP AN EL1 1 2 24 1 23 Back Panel Connector JKBMS1 JUSBLAN2 JPRNT1 PS/ 2 LAN Mouse Parallel Line In Speaker Out Mic In PS /2 USB COM1 VGA USB Keyboard JUSB1 JCOM1 JVGA1 JAUDIO 6
  • 7. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on Layout of U8668-D (only for version 4.0) JKBMS1 1 K/B & Mo use JATX PWR 1 CP U JCFA N1 So c ke t 4 7 8 JCO M1 COM1 JP RNT1 JATX PW R2 P arall e Por t DD R1 DDR2 l VGA1 I DE1 I DE2 JVGA1 JUSBLAN1 Super U SB & I/O P4M266A LA N JAU DIO 10 9 BIOS JAU DI O1 2 1 AGP 1 JC MOS 1 LAN JUS B2 1 2 10 C od ec P CI 1 1 9 BAT1 2 JGAME1 16 JS P DI FO 1 1 P CI2 1 15 JCDI N1 P CI3 1 JWO L1 1 JS FA N1 CN R1 F DD1 1 JCI 1 JP AN EL1 1 2 24 1 23 Back Panel Connector JKBMS1 JPRNT1 JUSBLAN2 PS/2 LAN Mouse Parallel Line In Speaker Out Mic In PS/2 USB COM1 VGA USB Keyboard JUSB1 JCOM1 JVGA1 JAUDIO 7
  • 8. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on Layout of U8668-D (only for version 5.x) JKBMS1 JKBS 1 1 1 K eybo ard & Mo use JATX PWR 1 CP U JCFA N1 So c ke t 4 7 8 JCO M1 COM1 JP RNT1 JATX PW R2 P arall e Por t DD R1 DDR2 l VGA1 1 I DE1 I DE2 JU SBV 2 JVGA1 JUSBLAN1 Super U SB & I/O P4M266A LA N JAU DIO 10 9 BIOS JAU DI O1 2 1 AGP 1 JC MOS 1 LAN JUS B2 1 2 10 C od ec P CI 1 1 9 BAT1 2 JGAME1 16 JS P DI FO 1 1 P CI2 1 15 P CI3 1 JUS BV3 JCDI N1 1 JWO L1 1 JS FA N1 CN R1 F DD1 1 JCI 1 JP AN EL1 1 2 24 1 23 Back Panel Connector J KBMS1 JPRNT1 JUSBLAN2 PS/2 LAN Mouse P arallel Li ne In (Optional) Speaker Out Mic In PS/2 USB COM1 VGA USB Keyboard JUSB1 J COM1 JVGA1 JAUDIO 8
  • 9. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on Layout of U8668-D (only for version 5.A) JK B M S1 JK B S 1 K eyboard 1 1 & M ouse JA T X PW R 1 CPU JC F A N 1 Socket 478 JC O M 1 COM 1 JP R N T 1 J TXPW R 2 A t ParalelP or D DR1 DD R2 l VGA1 ID E 1 I E 2 D J GA1 V JU SB L A N 1 1 USB JU SB V 2 & P4M 266A LAN J U DI 2 A O JA U D IO 1 1 15 A GP1 16 JC M O S1 2 LAN JU S B 2 1 2 10 Codec P C I1 1 9 BAT1 JW O L 1 JC D IN 1 2 10 1 1 1 JS PD I O 1 F 1 PCI 2 1 JU SB 3 9 VT8235 JSATA 1 S uper 1 I/O PCI 3 1 JU S B V 3 JSATA2 JSF A N 1 CN R1 FDD 1 1 JC I1 B IO S J A NEL1 1 P 2 24 1 23 Back Panel Connector JKBMS1 JPRNT1 JUSBLAN2 PS/2 LAN Mouse Parallel Line In (Optional) Speaker Out Mic In PS/2 USB COM1 VGA USB Keyboard JUSB1 JCOM1 JVGA1 JAUDIO 9
  • 10. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on Layout of U8668-D (only for version 5.B & above) JK B M S 1 JK B S1 1 1 Keyboard & M ouse JA T X P W R 1 CPU JC FA N 1 Socket478 JC O M 1 CO M 1 JPR N T 1 JA T X PW R 2 ralel t P a l Por DDR1 D DR2 VGA1 ID E 1 ID E 2 JV G A 1 1 J SB V 2 U J S BL A N 1 U P4M 266A JA U D I 2 O 10 9 2 1 J U D IO 1 A AGP1 JC M O S 1 LA N 1 2 J SB 2 1 0 U VT8235 C od e c PC I1 1 9 BAT1 J O L 1 JC D I 1 W N 2 10 1 1 1 JSP D IFO 1 1 PC I2 1 9 JU S B 3 JSATA1 ( Op ti on al ) S uper 1 I/O PC I3 JSATA 2 JU S B V 3 ( Op ti on al) 1 JSF A N 1 CN R1 FD D 1 B IO S 1 JC I1 JPA N E L 1 1 2 24 1 23 Back Panel Connector JKBMS1 JPRNT1 JUSBLAN2 PS/2 LAN Mouse Parallel Line In (Optional) Speaker Out Mic In PS/2 USB COM1 VGA USB Keyboard JUSB1 JCOM1 JVGA1 JAUDIO 10
  • 11. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on Layout of U8668-D (only for version 7.0~7.3) J KBM S1 K/B 1 & Mouse JCF AN1 JATXPWR1 CPU US B So ck et 4 78 & LAN JCOM1 COM1 JATXPWR2 Parallel Por t DDR1 DDR2 VGA1 JP RNT1 ID E1 ID E2 JVGA1 Sup er I/O MI C-IN LIN E-IN SP-OU T P4M2 66 A GAME Por t JA UD _GA ME BI OS 10 9 AGP 1 JA UDIO1 JCMOS1 2 1 LAN JUS B4 1 2 10 Co dec PCI1 1 9 B AT1 2 JGAME1 16 JSP DIF O1 1 2 JUS B2 10 PCI2 1 9 1 15 JCDI N1 PCI3 1 JWOL1 1 JSF AN1 CNR1 FDD1 1 JCI1 1 JPA NEL1 2 1 24 23 Back Panel Connector JKBMS1 JUSBLAN1 PS/2 LAN(Optional) JPRNT1 JGAME1 Mouse Parallel Game Port P S/2 USB COM1 VGA1 Speaker Line In Mic Keyboard Out In JCOM1 JVGA1 11
  • 12. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on Layout of U8668-D (only for version 7.5~7.7) JKBMS1 1 Key board & Mouse JA TX PWR 1 CPU JC FAN1 Soc ket 478 JUSBLAN1 JCO M1 COM1 JPRNT1 JATXPWR2 P ar allel Po rt DDR1 DDR2 VGA1 IDE1 ID E2 JVGA1 MI C-I N LINE- IN SP-OUT P4M266A GAME Port JAU D_GA ME 10 9 JAUD IO 1 21 AGP1 JCMO S1 LAN JUSB4 1 2 10 C od ec PCI1 1 9 BAT 1 VT8235 JWO L1 JCDIN1 1 2 10 1 1 JSPDIFO1 1 PCI2 1 9 JUSB2 JS ATA 1 Supe r 1 2 10 I/O PCI3 1 9 JU SB3 JS A 2 TA JSFAN 1 CNR1 FDD 1 1 BI OS JPAN EL1 JCI1 1 2 24 1 23 Back Panel Connector JKBMS1 JUSBLAN1 PS/2 LAN(Optional) JPRNT1 JGAME1 Mouse Paral lel Game Port PS/2 USB COM1 VGA1 Speaker Line In Mic Keyboard Out In JCOM1 JVGA1 12
  • 13. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on Layout of U8668-D (only for version 7.8 & above) JKBMS1 1 Keyb oard & Mouse JCF AN1 JA TXP WR1 CPU So c ke t 47 8 JUSBLAN1 JCOM1 COM1 JP RNT1 JATXP WR2 Parallel P ort DD R1 DDR2 VGA1 ID E1 I DE2 JVGA1 M IC- IN LINE-IN SP-OUT P4M 266A GAME P ort JA UD_G AME 10 9 JAU DIO 1 21 AGP 1 JCMOS1 LAN 1 2 JUSB4 10 Co de c PC 1 I 1 9 BAT1 JWOL1 JCDI N1 VT8235 1 2 10 1 1 JS PDI F O1 1 1 9 PCI 2 JU SB2 JSATA1 Super 1 2 10 I /O PCI 3 1 9 JUS B3 JS ATA 2 JS FAN 1 CNR1 F DD1 1 JCI1 BI OS JP ANEL1 1 2 24 1 23 Back Panel Connector JKBMS1 JUSBLAN1 PS/2 LAN(Optional) JPRNT1 JGAME1 Mouse Paral lel Game Port PS/2 USB COM1 VGA1 Speaker Line In Mic Keyboard Out In JCOM1 JVGA1 13
  • 14. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on CPU Installation CPU Fan CPU 1. Pull the lever sideway s away from the socket then raise the lever up to a 90-degree angle. 2. Locate Pin A in the socke and loo for the white do or cut edge in the CPU. t k t Match Pin A with the white dot/cut edge then insert the CPU. 3. Press the lever down. Then Put the f an on the CPU and buckle it and put the f an’s power port into the JCFAN1, then to complete the installation. CPU/ S ystem Fan Headers: JCFAN1/ (JS FAN1 => optional) 1 Ground 1 Ground 12 V 12V Sense Sense J CFAN1 JSFAN1 DDR DIMM Modules: DDR1-2 DRAM Access Time: 2.5V Unbuffered/ Registered DDR 200 MHz (PC1600)/ DDR 266 MHz (PC2100) Ty pe required. DRAM Ty pe: 64MB/ 128MB/ 256MB/ 512MB/ 1GB DIMM Module.(184 pin) DIMM Socket DDR Module Total Memory Size Location (MB) DDR 1 64MB/128MB/256MB/512MB/1GB *1 Max is DDR 2 64MB/128MB/256MB/512MB/1GB *1 2GB The list shown abov e f or DRAM configuration is only f or reference. 14
  • 15. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on How to install DDR DIMM Module 1. The DDR DIMM socket ha a “ Plastic Saf e s ty Tab”, and the DDR DIMM me mory module has an Asy mmetrical notch”, so the DDR DIMM memory module can only f it into the slot in one direction. 2. Push the tabs out. Insert the DDR DIMM memory modules into the so cket at a 90-degree angle, and then push down vertically so that it will f it into the place. 3. The Mounting Holes and plastic tabs should fit over the edge and hold the DDR DIMM memory modules in place. Jumpers, Headers, Connectors & Slots Hard Disk Connectors: IDE1/ IDE2 The motherboard has a 32-bit Enhanced PCI IDE Controller that provides PIO Mode 0~4, Bus Master, and Ultra DMA 33/ 66 100/ 133 functionality. It has two / HDD connectors IDE1 (primary) and IDE2 (secondary). The IDE connectors can connect a master and a slave driv e, so you can connect up to f our hard disk driv es. The f irst hard drive should alway s be connected to IDE1. Floppy Disk Connector: FDD1 The motherboard provides a standard f loppy disk connector tha suppor 360K, t ts 720K, 1.2M, 1.44M and 2.88M flopp disk types. This connector supports the y prov ided f loppy drive ribbon cables. Audio Modem Riser Slot: AMR1 (only for version 1.x and 6.x) (Only support slav e card) The AMR specif ication is an open Industry Standard Architecture and that defines a hardware scalable riser card interface, which supports audio and modem only. Peripheral Component Interconnect Slots: PCI1-3 (only for version 3.x, 4.x, 5x, 5.A, 5.B, 7.x) This motherboard is equipped with 3 standard PCI slots. PCI stands f or Peripheral Component Interconnect, and it is a bus standard for e xpansion cards. This PCI slot is designated as 32 bits. Peripheral Component Interconnect Slots: PCI1-2 (only for version 1.x and 6.x) This motherboard is equipped with 2 standard PCI slots. PCI stands f or Peripheral Component Interconnect, and it is a bus standard for e xpansion cards. This PCI slot is designated as 32 bits. 15
  • 16. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on Accelerated Graphics Port S lot: AGP1 Y our monitor will attach directly to that v ideo card. This motherboard supports video cards for PCI slots, but it is also equipped with an Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP). An AGP card will take adv antage of AGP technology f or improved v ideo efficiency and performance, especially with 3D graphics. Communication Network Riser S lot: CNR1 (optional) The CNR specification is an open Industry Standard Architecture and it defines a , hardware scalable riser card interf ace, which supports audio and modem only. Front USB Header: JUSB2/ (JUS B3=>only for version 5.A & 5.B, 7.2; JUS B4=>only for version 7.x) 2 Pin Assignment Pin Assignment 1 +5V 2 +5V 1 3 Data (-) 4 Data (-) 5 Data (+) 6 Data (+) JUSB2/4 7 Ground 8 Ground 9 Key 10 NA Power Connectors: JATXPWR1/ J ATXPWR2 JATXPWR2 ( ATX 12V Power Connector) JA TX PWR1 ( AT X Ma in P ow er Connec tor ) JATXPWR1 PIN Assignment PIN Assignment 1 +3 .3V 11 +3 .3V 2 +3 .3V 12 -12V 3 G round 13 G round 4 +5V 14 PS_O N 5 G round 15 G round 6 +5V 16 G round 7 G round 17 G round 8 PW_OK 18 -5V 9 +5V _S tandby 19 +5V 10 +12V 20 +5V 16
  • 17. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on JATXPWR2 PIN A ssignment PIN Assignment 1 12V 3 G round 2 12V 4 G round Front Panel Connector: JPANEL1 PWR_LED SLP (+ ) ( +) (- ) ON/OFF IR 2 24 1 23 (+ ) ( -) SPK RST IR HLED SPK ==> Speaker Conn. HLED ==> Ha rd Driver LED RST ==> Reset Button IR ==> Infrared Conn. SLP ==> Sleep Button PWR_LE D ==> Power LED ON/ OFF ==> Power-on Button Clear CMOS Jumper: JCMOS JCMOS Assignment Pin 1-2 on Normal Operation 1 (default) Pin 2-3 on Clear CMOS Data 1 ※ Clear CMOS Procedures: 1 . R emove AC power line. 2 . S et JC MO S1 (2-3 ) closed. 3 . Wait for five seconds . 4 . S et JC MO S1 (1-2 ) closed. 5 . Power on AC . 6 . R eset your desired pass word or c lear the CMO S data. Audio S ubsystem: JAUDIO1/ JCDIN1 10 9 2 1 1 2 1 JA UD IO1 JC DIN 1 (Fro n t Au dio Head er) ( CD-RO M A u dio- In H ead er) 17
  • 18. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on 22 10 JF_ AU DIO 1 1 9 Pin Ass ignment Pin Assign ment 1 Mic In 2 Ground 3 Mic Power 4 Audio Po wer 5 RT Line Out 6 RT Line Out 7 Reserved 8 Key 9 LFT Line Out 10 LFT Line Out Fro nt Pan el Au dio C onn ecto r/ Ju mper B lock Jump er Se tting C on fig ur ation 1 2 3 4 Pin 5 and 6 5 6 Audio lin e o ut sig nals are rou ted to 7 Pin 9 and 1 0 th e b ack pan el au dio lin e o ut conn ecto r. 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 No jum per s Aud io line ou t an d m ic in sign als ar e 7 installed av ailabl e fo r fro nt pan el au dio co nn ector s. 9 10 Audio S ubsystem: JCDIN1/ JAUD IO1 (only support for version 5.1 & 5.A) 15 1 1 16 2 JAUDIO1 J CDIN1 (Front Audi o Header) (C D-ROM Audio-In Header) 15 1 2 JAUDIO1 16 2 Pin Assignment Pin Assignment 1 Mi c In 2 Ground 3 Mic Power 4 Audio Power 5 Right Line Out 6 Right Line Out 7 Reserved 8 NC 9 Left Line Out 10 Left Line Out 11 Surrender Right 12 Surrender Left 13 Center 14 Subwoof 15 Ground 16 KEY 18
  • 19. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on Game Header: JGAME1 (o ptional) 2 16 JGAME1 1 15 Pin Assignment Pin Assignment 1 +5V 2 +5V 3 GP6 4 GP4 5 GP2 6 GP0 7 MIDI-OUTR 8 Ground 9 GP3 10 Ground 11 GP7 12 GP1 13 MIDI-INR 14 GP5 15 NC 16 +5V Digital Audio Connector: JS PDIF_OUT1 (optional) S PDIF_Out GND 5V 1 JSPDIF_ OUT Wake On LAN Header: JWO L1 (optional) Gr ound 5V Wake up 1 JWOL1 Case Open Connector: JCI1 (optional) JCI1 Assignment 1 Normal Operation No jumper (default) installed 1 Case Open Pin 1-2 on 19
  • 20. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on Power S ource Selection for KB/MS and US B0/1: JKBS 1 (only for version 3.3 and 5.x, 5.A, 5.B) JKBS1 Assignment 1 5V Pin 1-2 on 1 5V_SB Pin 2-3 on Power S ource Selection for USB: JUSBV2/ JUS BV3 (only for version 3.3 and 5.x, 5.A, 5.B) JUSBV2/3 Assignment 1 5V Pin 1-2 on 1 5V Standby Pin 2-3 on 20
  • 21. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on Trouble Shooting PROBABLE SOLUTION No power to the system at all Power light * Make sure power cable is securely don’t illuminate, f an inside power supply plugged in does not turn on. Indicator light on * Replace cable key board does not turn on * Contact technical support Syste inoperativ e. Keyboard lights are * Using even pressure on both ends of m on, power indicator lights are lit, hard the DIMM, press down firmly until the driv e is spinning. module snaps into place. Syste does not boot from hard disk m * Check cable running from disk to disk driv e, can be booted f ro optical driv e. m controller board Make sure both ends . are securely plugged in; check the driv e type in the standard CMOS setup. * Backing up the hard drive is extremely important. All hard disks are capable of breaking down at any time. Syste only boots f rom optical driv e. m * Back up data and applications files. Hard disk can be read and applications Ref ormat the hard driv e. Re-install can be used but booting from hard disk is applications and data using backup impossible. disks. Screen message says “Invalid * Review system’ equipment . Make s Conf iguration” or “CMOS Failure.” sure correct information is in setup. Cannot boot system after installing * Set ma ster/slave jumpers correctly. second hard driv e. * Run SETUP program and select correct driv e types. Call drive manuf acturers f or compatibility with other drives. 21
  • 22. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on Español Características del U8668-D CPU Proporciona Socket-478. Soporta procesador Intel Pentiu 4 de hasta 3.06GHz. m Soporta Intel Pentium 4 478 Prescott CPU. (solamente para v ersión 5.A/5.B en adelante; 7.5 en adelante) Corre a 400/ 533MHz Front Side Bus. Soporta Tecnología Hyper-Threading. La versión 7.8 no admite el procesador Willamette. Se recomienda el ventilador de procesador Intel estándar. Chipset North Bridge: P4M266A South Bridge: VT8235 Memoria Principal Soporta hasta 2 dispositivos DDR. Soporta dispositivos DDR de 200/ 266MHz. Capacidad máxima de memoria 2GB. Super I/O Chipset: ITE IT8705. Ranuras Dos ranuras de 32-bit PCI bus master. (solamente para versión 1.x y 6.x) Tres ranuras de 32-bit PCI bus master. (solamente para versión 3.x, 4.x, 5.x, 5.A, 5.B y 7.x) Una ranura CNR. (sola mente para versión 3.x, 4.x, 5.x, 5.A 5.B y 7 , .x) Una ranura AMR. (solamente para v ersión 1.x y 6.x) Una ranura AGP. IDE Onboard Soporta cuarto discos IDE. Soporta Modos PIO 4, Modo Master y Modo Ultra DMA 33/66/100/133 Bus Master. LAN (solamente soporta para versión de placa madre 3.3) RealTek RTL8201BL. 10/100Mbps. Full/Half Duplex. LAN VIA VT6103/6103L (Sólo la versión 7.8 y posteriores admiten el conjunto de chips VT6103L). Dual Speed: 10/100Mbps. 22
  • 23. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on Full/Half Duplex. Auto Negociación: 10/100 Mbps, Full/Half Duplex. AC’97 Sound Codec Onboard Chipset: VIA1612A (solamente para v ersión 3.x, 6 y 7.0-7.6) .x, Constituy e con la especificación del AC’97. Soporta 2 canales. AC’97 Sound Codec Onboard (opcional) Chipset: CMI9739A (solamente para v er sión 1.x, 4.x, 5.x, 5 , 5.B, 7.7, 7.8 .A y posteriores ) Constituy e con la especificación del AC’97. Soporta 6 canales. Periféricos Onboard Soporta disquette de 360K, 720K, 1.2MB, 1.44MB y 2.88MB. Soporta 1 puerto serie. Soporta 1 puerto VGA . Soporta 1 puerto paralelo multi-mode. (modo SPP /EPP/ECP) Soporta ratón PS/2 y teclado PS/2. Soporta 6 puertos USB2.0 (2 x traseros + 4 x f rontales/ 4 x traseros + 2 x frontales. BIOS AWARD legal Bios. Soporta APM1.2. Soporta ACPI. Soporta f unción USB. Sistemas Operativos Ofrece el más alto funcionamiento para MS-DOS, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows XP, SCO UNIX etc. Dimensiones Factor de Forma Micro ATX: 19.5cm X 22.8cm (W X L) (solamente para v ersión 1.x y 6.x) Factor de Forma Micro ATX: 19.5cm x 24.4cm (W X L) (solamente para v ersión 3.x, 4 5.x, 5.A, 5.B y 7.x) .x, Contenido del Paquete Cable HDD Cable FDD Manual del Usuario Cable USB (Opcional) Panel Trasero I/O (Opcional) Configuración completa del Driver CD 23
  • 24. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on Solución de Problemas CAUS A PROBABLE SOLUCIÓN No ha corrien en el sistema. La luz de * y te Asegúrese que el cable de transmisión corriente no ilumina, ventilador dentro de esté seguramente enchu ado. f la f uente de alimentación apagada. * Reemplace el cable. Indicador de luz del teclado apagado. * Contacte ayuda técnica. Sistema inoperativo. Luz del teclado * Presione los dos extremo del DIMM, s encendido, luz de indicador de corriente presione para abajo f irmemente hasta iluminado, disco rígido está girando. que el módulo encaje en el lugar. Sistema no arranca desde el disco rígido, * Controle el cable de ejecución desde el puede ser arrancado desde el unidad disco hasta el disco del controlador. óptica. Asegúrese de que ambos lados estén enchu ados con seguridad; controle el f tipo de disco en la configuración estándar CMOS. * Copiando el disco rígido es extremadamente importante. Todos los discos rígidos son capaces de dañarse en cualquier momento. Sistema solamente arranca desde el * Copie datos y documentos de unidad óptica. Disco rígido puede leer y aplicación. Vuelva a f ormatear el aplicaciones pueden ser usados pero el disco rígido. Vuelv a a instalar las arranque desde el disco rígido es aplicaciones y datos usando el disco imposible. de copiado. Mensaje de pantalla ”Inv alid * Revise el equipo del sistema. Conf iguration” o “CMOS Failure.” Asegúrese de que la información conf igurada sea correcta. No puede arrancar después de instalar el * Fije correctamente el puente segundo disco rígido. master/esclav o. * Ejecute el programa SETUP y seleccione el tipo de disco correcto. Llame a una manuf acturación del disco para compatibilidad con otros discos. 24
  • 25. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on Français Caractéristiques de U8668-D CPU Offre les Socket-478. Supporte le processeur Intel Pentium 4 jusqu’à 3.06GHz. Supporte Intel Pentium 4 478 Prescott CPU. (pour v ersion 5.A/5B, e 7.5) t Fonctionnant en Bus Frontal de 400/ 533MHz. Supporte Hy per-Threading. Les versions 7 et plus ne sont pas compatibles a .8 vec les processeurs Willamette. Les ventilateurs pour CPU Intel standard sont reco mmandé s. Chipset North Bridge: P4M266A South Bridge: VT8235 Mémoire Principale Supporte jusqu’à 2 matériels DDR. Supporte des matériels DDR en 200/266MHz. La plus grande capacité mémoire est 2Go. Super E/S Chipset: ITE IT8705. Slots Deux slots de maîtrise de bus PCI 32 bits. (seulment pour version 1.x et 6.x) Trois slots de maîtrise de bus PCI 32 bits. (seulment pour v ersion 3.x, 4.x, 5.x, 5.A, 5 et 7.x) .B, Un slo CNR. (seulment pour version 3.x, 4.x, 5.x, 5.A, 5.B e 7.x) t t Un slo AMR. (seulment pour v ersion 1.x et 6.x) t Un slo AGP t IDE Interne Supporte quatre disques durs IDE. Supporte PIO Mode 4, le Mode Maître et le Mode de Maîtrise de Bu Ultra s DMA 33/66/100/133. LAN (seulment pour version 3.3) RealTek RTL8201BL. 10/100Mbps. Full/Half Duplex. LAN VT6103/6103L (Seules les versions 7.8 e plus sont compatibles avec le t chipset VT6103L). Double Vitesse: 10/100Mbps. 25
  • 26. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on Full/Half Duplex. Négociation automatique : 10/100 Mbps, Full/Half Duplex. Codec Son AC’97 Interne Chipset: VIA1612A (seulment pour v ersion 3.x, 6.x et 7.0-7.6) Conforme aux spécif ications du codec AC’97. Supporte 2 canaux. Codec Son AC’97 Interne (optionnel) Chipset: CMI9739A (seulment pour v ersion 1.x, 4 5.x, 5.A, 5.B ,7.7, 7.8 et .x, plus) Conforme aux spécif ications du codec AC’97. Supporte 6 canaux. Périphériques Internes Supporte les lecteurs de disquettes 360K, 720K, 1.2Mo, 1.44Mo et 2 .88Mo. Supporte 1 port série. Supporte 1 port VGA. Supporte 1 port parallèle multi-mode. (mode SPP/EPP/ECP) Supporte souris PS/2 et clav ier PS/2. Supporte 6 ports USB2.0 (2 x arrières + 4 x avants/4 x arrières + 2 x av ants) BIOS AWARD legal Bios. Supporte APM1.2. Supporte ACPI Supporte la Fonction USB. Système d’Exploitation Offre les meilleures perf ormances pour MS-DOS, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows XP, SCO UNIX etc. Dimensions Facteur de Forme Micro ATX: 19.5cm X 22.8cm (l X L) (seulment pour v ersion 1.x et 6.x) Facteur de Forme Micro ATX: 19.5cm X 24.4cm (l X L) (seulment pour v ersion 3.x, 4 5.x, 5.A, 5.B et 7.x) .x, Contenu de l'Emballage Câble de Disque Dur Câble de Lecteur de Disquette Manuel d’utilisation Câble USB (Optionnel) Panneau d’E/S Arrière (Optionnel) CD de Pilote Complet 26
  • 27. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on Dépannage PROBLÈME SOLUTION Pas d'alimenta tion au système. Les * Assurez-v ous que le câble v oyants lumineux ne s'allument pas, le d'alimentation e bien branché st v entilateur à l'intérieur du bloc * Remplacez le câble d'alimentation ne se me pas en marche. t Le v o ant du clavier ne s'allume pas y * Contactez le serv ice d'assistance technique. Le système nef onctionne pas. Les * En exerçant une pression uniforme sur v oyants du cla vier sont allumés, les les deux extrémités du DIMM, poussez v oyants de l'alimentation aussi, le disque le module vers le bas jusqu'à ce qu'il dur tourne. s'enclenche. Le système ne se réinitialise pas du * Vérif iez le câble du disque à la carte du disque dur, réinitialisation possible contrôleur de disque. Assurez-v ous depuis le lecteur lecteur optique. que les deux extrémités sont bien branchées ; vérif iez le type de lecteur dans la conf iguration standard de CMOS. * Il est très important d'effectuer des sauv egardes du disque dur. Les disques durs peuv ent tomber en panne à n'importe quel moment. Le système ne se réinitialise que depuis * Effectuez une sauv egarde des f ichiers le lecteur optique. Le disque dur peut être des données et d'application. lu et les applications sont utilisables mais Ref ormatez le disque dur. Ré-installez il est impossible d'effectuer de les applications et les données réinitialisation depuis le disque dur. sauv egardées sur les disques de secours. Un message s'affiche indiquant que la * Vérif iez l'équipement du système. conf iguration n'est pas valide ou qu'il y a Assurez-v ous que les informations de une panne du CMOS. la con iguration sont correctes. f Impossible de réinitialiser le système * Réglez les cav aliers maître/esclave après l'installation d'un deuxième disque correctement. dur. * Exécutez le programme SETUP et sélectionnez le ty pes de lecteur. s Contactez les fabricants pour tou te question de compatibilité avec les autres disques. 27
  • 28. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on Chapter 3: WarpSpeeder™ 3.1 Introduction [Warp Sp eeder™], a new p owerful control utility, features three user-friendly functions includin g Overclock M anager, Overvoltage M anager, and Hardware Monitor. With the Overclock M anager, users can easily adjust the frequency they p refer or they can get the best CPU p erformance with just one click. The Overvoltage Manager, on the other hand, help s to p ower up CPU core voltage and M emory voltage. The cool Hardware M onitor smartly indicates the temp eratures, voltage and CPU fan sp eed as well as the chip set information. Also, in the About p anel, y ou can get detail descriptions about BIOS model and chip sets. In addition, the frequency status of CPU, memory, AGP and PCI along with the CPU sp eed are sy nchronically shown on our main p anel. M oreover, to p rotect users' computer sy stems if the setting is not approp riate when testing and results in sy stem fail or han g, [Warp Sp eeder™] technology assures the sy stem stability by automatically rebooting the co mputer and then restart to a sp eed that is either the original sy stem sp eed or a suitable one. 3.2 S ystem Requirement OS Sup p ort: Windows 98 SE, Windows M e, Windows 2000, Windows XP DirectX: DirectX 8.1 or above. (The Windows XP op erating system includes DirectX 8.1. If you use Windows XP, you do not need to 28
  • 29. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on install DirectX 8.1.) 3.3 Installation 1. Execute the setup execution file, and then the followin g dialo g will pop up . Please click “Next” button and follow the default p rocedure to install. 2. When y ou see the following d ialo g in setup p rocedure, it means setup is completed. If the “Launch the WarpSp eeder Tray Utility” checkbo x is checked, the Tray Icon utility and [WarpSp eeder™] utility will be automatically and immediately launched after y ou click “Finish” button. 29
  • 30. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on Usage: The following figures are just only for reference, the screen p rinted in this user manual will ch an ge accordin g to y our motherboard on hand. 30
  • 31. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on [WarpSpeeder™] includes 1 tray icon and 5 panels: 1. Tray Icon: Whenever the Tray Icon utility is launched, it will display a little tray icon on the right side of Windows Taskbar. This utility is resp onsible for conveniently invoking [Warp Speeder™] Utility. You can use the mouse by clickin g the left button in order to invoke [WarpSp eeder™] directly from the little tray icon or y ou can right-click the little tray icon to pop up a p op up menu as followin g figure. The “Launch Utility ” item in the p op up menu has the same function as mouse left-click on tray icon and “Exit” item will close Tray Icon utility if selected. 2. Main Panel If y ou click the tray icon, [WarpSp eeder™] utility will be invoked. Please refer to the followin g figure; the utility ’s first window y ou will see is M ain Panel. Main Panel contains fe ature s as follows: a. Disp lay the CPU Sp eed, CPU external clo ck, M emory clock, AGP clock, and PCI clock information. b. Contains About, V oltage, Overclock, and Hardware M onitor Buttons for invoking resp ective p anels. c. With a user-friendly Status Animation, it can rep resent 3 31
  • 32. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on overclock p ercentage stages: M an walking→overclock percentage from 100% ~ 110 % Panther running→overclock p ercentage from 110% ~ 120% Car racin g→ov erclock p ercentage from 120% ~ above 3. Voltage Panel Click the V oltage button in M ain Panel, the button will be high lighted and the V oltage Panel will slide out to up as the followin g figure. In this p anel, y ou can decide to increase CPU core voltage and M emory voltage or not. The default setting is “No”. If you want to get the best p erformance of overclock in g, we 32
  • 33. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on recommend y ou click the op tion “Yes”. 4. Overclock Panel Click the Overclo ck button in Main Panel, the button will be high lighted and the Overclo ck Panel will slid e out to left as the following figure. 33
  • 34. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on O ve rclock Panel contains the these features: a. “–3MHz button”, “-1M Hz button”, “+1MHz button”, and “+3MHz button”: p rovide user the ability to do real-time overclock adjustment. Warning: Manually overclock is potentially dangerous, especially when the overclocking percentage is over 110 %. We strongly recom mend you verify every speed you overclock by c lick the Verify button. Or, you can just click Auto overclock button and let [WarpS peeder™ ] automatically gets the best result for you. b. “Recovery Dialog button”: Pop up the following d ialo g. Let user select a restoring way if sy stem need to do a fail-safe reboot. 34
  • 35. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on d. “Auto-overclock button”: User can click this button and [Warp Sp eeder™] will set the best and stable p erformance and frequency automatically. [Warp Speeder™] utility will execute a series of testing until sy stem fail. Then system will do fail-safe reboot by using Watchdo g function. After reboot, the [Warp Sp eeder™] utility will restore to the hardware default setting or load the verified best and stable frequency accordin g to the Recovery Dialo g’s setting. e. “Verify button”: User can click this button and [Warp Sp eeder™] will p roceed a testing for current frequency. If the testing is ok, then the current frequency will be saved into system registry. If the testing fail, system will do a fail-safe rebootin g. After reboot, the [Warp Sp eeder™] utility will restore to the hardware default setting or load the verified best and stable frequency accordin g to the Recovery Dialo g’s setting. Note: Because the testing programs, invoked in Auto-overclock and Verify, include DirectDraw, Direct3D and DirectShow tests, the DirectX 8.1 or newer runtime library is required. And please make sure your display card’s color depth is High color (16 bit) or True color( 24/32 bit ) that is required for Direct3D rendering. 5. Hardware Monitor Panel Click the Hardware M onitor button in Main Panel, the button will be highlighted and the Hardware Monitor p anel will slide out to left as the following figure. In this p anel, y ou can get the real-time status information of your system. The information will be refreshed ev ery 1 second. 35
  • 36. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on 6. About Panel Click the “about” button in M ain Panel, the button will be high lighted and the About Panel will slide out to up as the followin g figure. In this p anel, y ou can get model name and detail information in hints of all the chip set that are related to overclockin g. You can also get the mainboard ’s BIOS model and the V ersion number of [Warp Sp eeder™] utility. 36
  • 37. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on Note: Because the overclock, overvo ltage, and hardware monitor features are controlled by several separate chip set, [WarpSp eeder™] divide these features to sep arate panels. If one chip set is not on board, the correlative button in M ain p anel will be disabled, but will not interfere other p anels’ functions. This p rop erty can make [Warp Sp eeder™] utility more robust. 37
  • 38. Motthe rboa r d D e sc riipttiion Mo he rboa r d D e sc r p on 06/29/2004 38