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  • Page 1 Technical Information Manual NetVista X40 Type 6643 Type 2179...
  • Page 2 Technical Information Manual NetVista X40 Type 6643 Type 2179...
  • Page 3 Note Before using this information and the product it supports, be sure to read “Notices” on page 45. First Edition (May 2000) © COPYRIGHT INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORPORATION, 2000. All rights reserved. Note to U.S. Government Users — Documentation related to restricted rights — Use, duplication or disclosure is subject to restrictions set forth in GSA ADP Schedule Contract with IBM Corp.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents POST ......... . 17 Preface .
  • Page 6 Technical Information...
  • Page 7: Preface

    Preface This Technical Information Manual provides information for your computer. This publication is intended for developers who want to provide hardware and software products to operate with your computer and provides an in-depth view of how the computer works. Users of this publication should have an understanding of computer architecture and programming concepts.
  • Page 8: Terminology Usage

    Terminology usage Attention: The term reserved describes certain signals, bits, and registers that should not be changed. Use of reserved areas can cause compatibility problems, loss of data, or permanent damage to the hardware. If you change the contents of a register, preserve the state of the reserved bits.
  • Page 9: Chapter 1.System Overview

    Chapter 1. System Overview This chapter provides an overview of the features of your computer. Features Your computer has some or all of the following major features: ® ™ ® ™ • An Intel Celeron or Pentium III microprocessor with MMX technology, streaming single instruction multiple date (SMID) extensions, and L2 cache •...
  • Page 10: Dvd-Rom

    • Expansion: two PCI expansion slots • PCI I/O bus compatibility • 3.5-inch, 1.44 MB diskette drive • Input/Output features — Five Universal Serial Bus (USB) connectors ® — IBM ScrollPoint II mouse ® — IBM Rapid Access III, USB keyboard (some models) —...
  • Page 11: Chapter 2.System Board Features

    Chapter 2. System board features This section includes information about system board features. For an illustration of the system board, see “System board” on page 8. Microprocessors Some models come with an Intel Pentium III microprocessor and others come with an Intel Celeron microprocessor.
  • Page 12: L2 Cache

    • 32 Kb Level 1 cache • 64-bit microprocessor data bus • 66 MHz front-side bus (FSB) • Math coprocessor • Internet Streaming SIMD extensions • MMX technology, which boosts the processing of graphic, video, and audio data L2 Cache The Celeron microprocessor provides 128 KB L2 cache.
  • Page 13: Pci Bus

    PCI Bus The PCI bus originates in the chip set. Features of the PCI bus are: • Integrated arbiter with multi transaction PCI arbitration acceleration hooks • Zero-wait-state, microprocessor-to-PCI write interface for high-performance graphics • Built-in PCI bus arbiter • Microprocessor-to-PCI memory write posting •...
  • Page 14: Audio Subsystem

    • Support for up to five-meter cable length from host to hub or hub to hub • Guaranteed bandwidth and low latencies appropriate for specific devices • Wide range of packet sizes • Limited power to hubs For information on the connector pin assignment for the USB interface, see “USB port connectors”...
  • Page 15: Network Connection

    because, although it has a fixed IRQ line, the mouse relies on the addresses of the keyboard for operation. For the keyboard and mouse interfaces, no resource assignments are given in the system memory addresses or DMA channels. For information on the resource assignments, see “Input/output address map” on page 34 and “Appendix C.
  • Page 16: System Board

    System board The system board might look slightly different from the one shown. Top of Monitor Table 1. Fan connector Hard disk drive connector Microprocessor CMOS clear jumper DIMM sockets Battery Power connector PCI expansion slot 1 CD-ROM or DVD- PCI expansion slot 2 ROM drive connector Diskette drive...
  • Page 17 Power cord connector USB connectors (3) USB connectors (2) Audio line in Audio line out Microphone Chapter 2. System board features...
  • Page 18 Modem connectors Ethernet connector PS/2 mouse connector PS/2 keyboard connector Technical Information...
  • Page 19: Chapter 3.System Specifications

    Chapter 3. System specifications This appendix provides the hardware specifications for your computer. Dimensions • Depth: 26.7 cm (10.5 in.) • Width: 40.6 cm (16 in.) • Height: 41.9 cm (16.5 in.) Computer weight • Maximum configuration (as shipped): 9.5 kg (21 lb.) Environment •...
  • Page 20 Acoustical noise-emission values Average sound-pressure levels: 4.6 bels idle 5.0 bels operating Note: These levels were measured in controlled acoustical environments according to procedures specified by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) S12.10 and ISO 7779, and are reported in accordance with ISO 9296. Actual sound-pressure levels in your location might exceed the average values stated because of room reflections and other nearby noise sources.
  • Page 21: Chapter 4.Power Supply

    Chapter 4. Power supply A 110-watt power supply drives your computer. The power supply converts the ac input voltage into four dc output voltages and provides power for the following: • System board • Adapters • Internal drives • Keyboard and auxiliary devices •...
  • Page 22: Component Outputs

    Table 9. Power output (110 watts) Output voltage Tolerance Minimum current Maximum current +5 V ac (auxiliary) +5% to -5% 0.0 A 3.0 A Component outputs The power supply provides separate voltage sources for the system board and internal storage devices. The following figures show the approximate power that is provided for specific system components.
  • Page 23: Output Protection

    Table 15. Internal DASD Supply voltage Maximum current Tolerance +5.0 V dc 1400 mA +5.0% to -5.0% +12.0 V dc 1500 mA at startup, 400 mA +5.0% to -5.0% when active Table 16. Video port pin 9 Supply voltage Maximum current Tolerance +5.0 V dc 1100 mA...
  • Page 24 Technical Information...
  • Page 25: Chapter 5.System Software

    Chapter 5. System software This section briefly describes some of the system software included with your computer. BIOS Your personal computer uses the IBM basic input/output system (BIOS), which is stored in flash electrically erasable programmable read-only memory (EEPROM). Some features of the BIOS are: •...
  • Page 26: Advanced Power Management (Apm)

    More detailed information on using the Configuration/Setup Utility program is in the PC 300GL and PC 300PL User Guide. Advanced Power Management (APM) Your computer has built-in energy-saving capabilities. Advanced Power Management (APM) is a feature that reduces the power consumption of components when they are not in use.
  • Page 27: Chapter 6.System Compatibility

    Chapter 6. System compatibility This chapter discusses some of the hardware, software, and BIOS compatibility issues for the computer. See the Compatibility Report under, “Related publications” on page vii for a list of compatible hardware and software options. Hardware compatibility This section discusses hardware, software, and BIOS compatibility that must be considered when designing application programs.
  • Page 28: Software Compatibility

    Hardware interrupt IRQ9 is defined as the replacement interrupt level for the cascade level IRQ2. Program interrupt sharing is implemented on IRQ2, interrupt hex 0A. The following processing occurs to maintain compatibility with the IRQ2 used by IBM Personal Computer products: 1.
  • Page 29: Appendix A. Connector Pin Assignments

    Appendix A. Connector pin assignments The following figures show the pin assignments for various system board connectors. System memory connector Table 20. System memory connector pin assignments x64 nonparity x72 ECC x64 nonparity x72 ECC DQ32 DQ32 DQ33 DQ33 DQ34 DQ34 DQ35 DQ35...
  • Page 30 Table 20. System memory connector pin assignments x64 nonparity x72 ECC x64 nonparity x72 ECC /WE0 /CAS /CAS DQMB0 DQMB0 DQMB4 DQMB4 DQMB1 DQMB1 DQMB5 DQMB5 /RAS /RAS A10/AP A10/AP CKE0 CKE0 DQMB2 DQMB2 DQMB6 DQMB6 DQMB3 DQMB3 DQMB7 DQMB7 DQ16 DQ16 DQ48...
  • Page 31 Table 20. System memory connector pin assignments x64 nonparity x72 ECC x64 nonparity x72 ECC DQ19 DQ19 DQ51 DQ51 DQ20 DQ20 DQ52 DQ52 CKE1 DQ21 DQ21 DQ53 DQ53 DQ22 DQ22 DQ54 DQ54 DQ23 DQ23 DQ55 DQ55 DQ24 DQ24 DQ56 DQ56 DQ25 DQ25 DQ57...
  • Page 32 Table 21. System memory connector pin input/output Signal name Signal name MD36 MD37 MD38 MD39 MD8 (PAR0) MD40 MD41 MD10 MD42 MD11 MD43 MD12 MD44 MD13 MD45 MD14 MD46 MD15 MD47 CAS# DQMB0# DQMB4# DQMB1# DQMB4# OE0# RAS# A10/AP Technical Information...
  • Page 33 Table 21. System memory connector pin input/output Signal name Signal name OE2# CKE0 DQMB2# DQMB6# DQMB3# DQMB7# WE2# MD16 MD48 MD17 MD49 MD18 MD50 MD19 MD51 MD20 MD52 CKE1 VREF VREF (CKE1)* MD21 MD53 MD22 MD54 MD23 MD55 MD24 MD56 MD25 MD57 MD26...
  • Page 34: Pci Connectors

    Table 21. System memory connector pin input/output Signal name Signal name MD30 MD62 MD31 MD63 PCI connectors Table 22. PCI connector pin assignments Signal Signal TRST# -12 V dc +12 V dc +12 V dc Ground +5 V dc +5 V dc INTA# +5 V dc INTC#...
  • Page 35 Table 22. PCI connector pin assignments Signal Signal GNT# Ground Ground REQ# PCIPME +5 V dc (I/O) Address/data 30 Address/data 31 +3.3 V dc Address/data 29 Address/data 28 Ground Address/data 26 Address/data 27 Ground Address/data 25 Address/data 24 +3.3 V dc IDSEL C/BE 3# +3.3 V dc...
  • Page 36: Ide Connectors

    Table 22. PCI connector pin assignments Signal Signal Address/data 8 Address/data 8 Address/data 7 Address/data 7 +3.3 V dc +3.3 V dc Address/data 5 Address/data 5 Address/data 3 Address/data 3 Ground Ground Address/data 1 Address/data 1 +5 V dc (I/O) +5 V dc (I/O) ACK64# ACK64#...
  • Page 37 Table 23. IDE connector pin assignments Signal Signal Data bus bit 1 Data bus bit 14 Data bus bit 0 CS0# Data bus bit 15 Ground Active# Key (Reserved) Ground Appendix A. Connector pin assignments...
  • Page 38: Diskette Drive Connector

    Diskette drive connector Table 24. Diskette drive connector pin assignments Signal Signal Drive 2 installed # I Direction in# High density Ground select Not connected Step# Not connected Ground Ground Write data # Data rate 0 Ground Ground Write enable# Index# Ground Reserved...
  • Page 39: Power Supply Connector

    Power supply connector Table 25. Power supply connector pin assignments Signal Function Signal Function 3.3 V dc +3.3 V dc 3.3 V dc +3.3 V dc 3.3 V dc +3.3 V dc -12 V dc -12 V dc Ground Ground 5 V dc +5 V dc PS-ON...
  • Page 40: Mouse And Keyboard Port Connectors

    Table 27. USB port connector pin assignments Signal -Data +Data Ground Mouse and keyboard port connectors Table 28. Mouse port connector pin assignments Signal Signal Data +5 V dc Reserved Clock Ground Reserved Table 29. Keyboard port connector pin assignments Signal Signal Keyboard data I/O...
  • Page 41: Appendix B. System Address Maps

    Appendix B. System address maps System memory map The first 640 KB of system board RAM is mapped starting at address hex 0000000. A 256 byte area and a 1 KB area of this RAM are reserved for BIOS data areas. Memory can be mapped differently if POST detects an error.
  • Page 42: Input/Output Address Map

    Input/output address map The following lists resource assignments for the I/O address map. Any addresses that are not shown are reserved. Table 33. I/O address map Address (hex) Size Description 0000–000F 16 bytes DMA 1 0010–001F 16 bytes General I/O locations - available to PCI bus 0020–0021 2 bytes Interrupt controller 1...
  • Page 43 Table 33. I/O address map Address (hex) Size Description 0280–02E7 102 bytes Available 02E8–02EF 8 bytes Serial port 3 or 4 02F8–02FF 8 bytes 0338–033F 8 bytes Serial port 3 or 4 0340–036F 48 bytes Available 0370–0371 2 bytes SIO planar Plug and Play index/data registers 0372–0375 4 bytes Available...
  • Page 44: Dma I/O Address Map

    DMA I/O address map Table 34. DMA I/O address map Address (hex) Description Bits Byte pointer 0000 Channel 0, Memory Address register 00–15 0001 Channel 0, Transfer Count register 00–15 0002 Channel 1, Memory Address register 00–15 0003 Channel 1, Transfer Count register 00–15 0004 Channel 2, Memory Address register...
  • Page 45: Pci Configuration Space Map

    Table 34. DMA I/O address map Address (hex) Description Bits Byte pointer 00CE Channel 7, Transfer Count register 00–15 00D0 Channels 4–7, Read Status/Write Command 00–07 register 00D2 Channels 4–7, Write Request register 00–02 00D4 Channels 4–7, Write Single Mask register bit 00–02 00D6 Channels 4–7, Mode register (write)
  • Page 46 Technical Information...
  • Page 47: Appendix C. Irq And Dma Channel Assignments

    Appendix C. IRQ and DMA channel assignments The following tables list the interrupt request (IRQ) and direct memory access (DMA channel assignments. Table 36. IRQ channel assignments System resource Critical system error System management interrupt - power management Reserved (interval timer) PS/2 keyboard Reserved available to user...
  • Page 48 Table 37. DMA channel assignments DMA channel Data width System resource 8 bits Open 8 bits Open 8 bits Diskette drive 8 bits Open 8 bits Direct memory access controller 16 bits Open 16 bits Open 16 bits Open Technical Information...
  • Page 49: Appendix D. Error Codes

    Appendix D. Error codes A complete list of POST codes is provided in the User Guide and in the Hardware Maintenance Manual for your computer. POST error codes POST error messages appear when, during startup, POST finds problems with the hardware or a change in the hardware configuration.
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  • Page 51: Bibliography

    Bibliography The following publications were reference materials • PCI BIOS Specification 2.0, source: PCI Special for IBM. This list of reference materials is provided Interest Group for convenience only. For further information on • Plug and Play BIOS Specification 1.1, source: these materials, contact the source corporation.
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  • Page 53: Notices

    Notices This publication was developed for products and services offered in the U.S.A. IBM may not offer the products, services, or features discussed in this document in other countries. Consult your local IBM representative for information on the products and services currently available in your area. Any reference to an IBM product, program, or service is not intended to state or imply that only that IBM product, program, or service may be used.
  • Page 54: Trademarks

    IBM cannot take responsibility for the date data processing capabilities of non-IBM products, even if those products are preinstalled or otherwise distributed by IBM. You should contact the vendors responsible for those products directly to determine the capabilities of their products and update them if needed. This IBM hardware product cannot prevent errors that might occur if software, upgrades, or peripheral devices you use or exchange data with do not process date data correctly.
  • Page 55: Index

    Index ACPI EEPROM network address maps end-of-interrupt (EOI) Eathernet DMA I/O EOI (end-of-interrupt) input/output error codes PCI configuration alphanumeric Adlib complete lists overvoltage ADSL modems POST Advanced Configuration and Power Ethernet Interface expansion Advanced Power Management adapters audio slots connectors connectors interrupts controller...

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