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Asus P65UP5-PKND User Manual

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Baseboard for CPU Cards


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    P/I P65UP5 Baseboard for CPU Cards USER’S MANUAL...

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  • Page 3: Asus Contact Information

    Technical Support BBS: +1-408-474-0569 Email: WWW: ASUS COMPUTER GmbH Marketing Info Address: Harkort Str. 25, 40880 Ratingen, BRD, Germany Telephone: 49-2102-445011 Fax: 49-2102-442066 Email: Technical Support BBS: 49-2102-448690 Email: Hotline: 49-2102-499712 ASUS P/I-P65UP5 User’s Manual...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    ASUS PCI-SC200 & PCI-SC860 SCSI Cards ......28 Setting Up the ASUS PCI-SC200 & PCI-SC860 ..... 29 Setting the INT Assignment for the ASUS PCI-SC200 ... 29 Terminator Requirements for SCSI Devices ......29 Terminator Settings for the ASUS PCI-SC860 ......30 Terminator Settings for the ASUS PCI-SC200 ......

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  • Page 6: Federal Communications Commission Statement

    Canadian Department of Communications Statement This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Cana- dian Department of Communications. ASUS P/I-P65UP5 User’s Manual...

  • Page 7: Introduction

    Infrared module (optional) USB cable with mounting bracket set (optional) ASUS PCI-SC200 Fast SCSI or PCI-SC860 Ultra-Fast SCSI card (optional) ASUS I-A16C audio card and manual* (optional) Online help is provided with the Creative 16X audio drivers. A separate manual is provided for the Creative 16C Series audio drivers.

  • Page 8: Features Of The Asus P/i-p65up5 Baseboard

    • ISA and PCI Expansion Slots: Provides three 16-bit ISA slots, four 32-bit PCI slots, and one PCI/MediaBus shared slot for either a standard PCI card or ASUS MediaBus Card. • ASUS MediaBus: Features an expansion slot extension shared with PCI Slot 5 for an optional high-performance expansion card, which includes two functions in one easy-to-install card.

  • Page 9: Parts Of The Asus Baseboard

    II. FEATURES Parts of the ASUS Baseboard Universal Super Serial Bus Multi-I/O Keyboard Programmable Flash ROM 4 PCI Slots CPU Card Slot PCI 5 or ASUS MediaBus 3 ISA Slots Infrared Module Support LM78 Hardware Monitor (Optional) (8) 72-pin SIMM Sockets...

  • Page 10: Installation

    BUS Freq. CR2032 3Volts Lithium Cell IDE LED BIOS Power Hardware Monitor LM78 Chassis Conn. Battery Test RTC RAM Operation/Clear CMOS The items in outline are only available on the baseboard with onboard LM78 Hardware Monitor. ASUS P/I-P65UP5 User’s Manual...

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    26 Speaker Output Connector (4 pins) 15) FANPWR1, FANPWR2, FANPWR3 p. 27 Power Supply, CPU Fan Power Connectors 16) USB p. 27 USB Module Connector (18-pin block) 17) CHASSIS (optional) p. 27 Chassis Open Alarm Connector (3-pin block) ASUS P/I-P65UP5 User’s Manual...

  • Page 12: Installation Steps

    3. Hold components by the edges and try not to touch the IC chips, leads or connectors, or other components. 4. Place components on a grounded antistatic pad or on the bag that came with the component whenever the components are separated from the system. ASUS P/I-P65UP5 User’s Manual...

  • Page 13: Jumper Settings

    This sets the operation mode of the boot block area of the BIOS Flash ROM to allow programming in the Prog (Program or enabled) position. Programming Protect (Disabled) [1-2] (Default) Prog (Enabled) [2-3] Protect (Default) Prog Boot Block Programming ASUS P/I-P65UP5 User’s Manual...

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    [2-3] [1-2] 133MHz 2.0x [OFF] [ON] 66MHz [1-2] [2-3] 120MHz 2.0x [OFF] [ON] 60MHz [2-3] [1-2] 100MHz 1.5x [OFF] [OFF] 66MHz [1-2] [2-3] 90MHz 1.5x [OFF] [OFF] 60MHz [2-3] [1-2] 75MHz 1.5x [OFF] [OFF] 50MHz [1-2] [1-2] ASUS P/I-P65UP5 User’s Manual...

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    Clear CMOS [short] (momentarily) Battery Test Operation Clear CMOS Open (Default) Short RTC RAM Battery Test Jumper (JP9) You can test the battery’s current by removing the jumper and attaching a cur- rent meter to pins 1 and 2. ASUS P/I-P65UP5 User’s Manual...

  • Page 16: System Memory (dram/sdram & Sram)

    IMPORTANT: Each bank must have the same size memory installed in pairs. Do not use memory modules with more than 24 chips per module. Modules with more than 24 chips exceed the design specifications of the memory subsystem and will be unstable. ASUS P/I-P65UP5 User’s Manual...

  • Page 17: Dram Memory Installation Procedures

    4. The plastic guides should go through the two mounting holes on the sides and the clips should snap on the other side. 5. To release the memory module, squeeze both clips outward and rock the mod- ule out of the clips. ASUS P/I-P65UP5 User’s Manual...

  • Page 18: Central Processing Unit

    III. INSTALLATION 3. Central Processing Unit The P/I-P65UP5 baseboard provides a CPU card slot that can be used with any ASUS CPU cards, which are available separately. You must purchase any one of these CPU cards (see next page for a brief description) to complete the system’s board.

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    Refer to your respective CPU card’s docu- mentation for details. General Installation Procedures for the ASUS CPU Card: 1. Remove the CPU card from its packaging without touching the integrated circuit (IC) chips, connectors, and other components. Place it onto the antistatic bag.

  • Page 20: Expansion Cards

    PCI cards. Currently, there are two types of ISA cards. The original ISA expansion card design, now referred to as legacy ISA cards, requires that you con- figure the card’s jumpers manually and then install it in any available slot on the ISA ASUS P/I-P65UP5 User’s Manual...

  • Page 21: Assigning Dma Channels For Isa Cards

    IMPORTANT: To avoid conflicts, reserve the necessary IRQs and DMAs for legacy ISA cards (under PNP AND PCI SETUP of the BIOS SOFTWARE, choose Yes in IRQ xx Used By ISA and DMA x Used By ISA for those IRQs and DMAs you want to reserve). ASUS P/I-P65UP5 User’s Manual...

  • Page 22: External Connectors

    (Pin 5 is removed to prevent inserting in the wrong orienta- tion when using ribbon cables with pin 5 plugged). Pin 1 Orient the red stripe on the floppy ribbon cable to Pin 1 Floppy Drive Connector ASUS P/I-P65UP5 User’s Manual...

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    COM1 (using 9-pin male) and COM2 (using 25-pin male) to a free expansion port. TIP: You may also remove the bracket COM 2 connectors and mount them directly to the case to save expansion slot space. Serial Port Connectors ASUS P/I-P65UP5 User’s Manual...

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    Motherboard AT Power Connector Using a slight angle, align the plastic guide pins on the lead to their receptacles on the connector. Once aligned, press the lead onto the connector until the lead locks into place. ASUS P/I-P65UP5 User’s Manual...

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    (for other standards). If using a ten-pin ribbon cable, use only the top five row of the ribbon cable plug. For the infrared feature to be available, connect an infrared module (optional) to the baseboard. Front View Back View IRRX IRTX IRTX IRRX Infrared Module Connector ASUS P/I-P65UP5 User’s Manual...

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    This 2-pin connector connects to the case-mounted key switch to allow key- board locking. 14. Speaker Connector (SPEAKER) This 4-pin connector connects to the case-mounted speaker. Turbo or Power LED Power LED LOCK Keyboard Lock SMI Lead Speaker Connector Reset SW SPKR System Panel Connectors ASUS P/I-P65UP5 User’s Manual...

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    The +5V power comes from the power supply, when the A/C is connected. With the A/C power disconnected, the +3V power comes from the onboard button cell battery. Power (+3V/+5V) Chassis Signal Ground Chassis Connector (optional) ASUS P/I-P65UP5 User’s Manual...

  • Page 28: Asus Pci Scsi Cards

    ASUS PCI-SC200 & PCI-SC860 SCSI Cards The ASUS PCI-SC200 or the ASUS PCI-SC860 may be bundled with your base- board or purchased separately. Both cards provide the option of connecting internal or external SCSI devices for a total of 7 devices on each SCSI card.

  • Page 29: Setting Up The Asus Pci-sc200 & Pci-sc860

    Setting Up the ASUS PCI-SC200 & PCI-SC860 There are two jumper settings you may need to make on the ASUS PCI-SC200 to set it up. One setting assigns the PCI INT interrupt, the other sets the card’s termination. The ASUS PCI-SC860 has no jumper settings (see Terminator Requirements”).

  • Page 30: Terminator Settings For The Asus Pci-sc860

    Not Terminated Terminator Setting (Terminated / Not Terminated) Decide whether or not you need to terminate the ASUS PCI-SC200 based on its position in the SCSI chain. Only the devices at each end of the chain need to be terminated. If you have only internal or only external devices connected to the ASUS PCI-SC200, then you must terminate the ASUS PCI-SC200.

  • Page 31: Scsi Id Numbers For Scsi Devices

    SCSI identification number that is not in use by any other SCSI device. There are eight possible ID numbers, 0 through 7. The ASUS PCI-SC200 and ASUS PCI-SC860 cards have fixed SCSI IDs of 7. The SCSI ID serves two purposes: •...

  • Page 32: Asus I-a16c Audio Card

    V. ASUS I-A16C Audio Card NOTE: The ASUS I-A16C 16-bit ISA audio card comes with certain motherboard or baseboard packages and is not sold separately. ASUS I-A16C Audio Features • Creative Labs ViBRA 16C PnP Audio Chip • Software Includes: •...

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