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PCI-760 Board
User's Manual
Version 1.00
Kontron Embedded Computers GmbH
0-0096-4163

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    PCI-760 Board User’s Manual Version 1.00 Kontron Embedded Computers GmbH 0-0096-4163...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    8. Memory Installation ..............................14 9. Jumpers and Connectors Overview...........................15 9.1.1. Connectors located on Slot Bracket ........................18 9.1.2. Jumpers on the PCI-760 .............................20 9.1.3. Connectors On-Board ............................22 9.1.4. PICMG 1.3 Connector (Edge Connector) PCI Express and PCI(-X) Interfaces ..........32 9.1.5. Lithium Battery ..............................36 10.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    10.8.5. Load Failsafe Defaults ............................79 11. Technical Data................................80 11.1. Electrical Specifications............................81 11.2. Mechanical Specifications ............................81 11.3. Environmental Specifications ........................... 81 11.4. CE Directives ................................81 12. Technical Support ..............................82 12.1. Returning Defective Merchandise ..........................82 PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 5: Introduction

    Kontron Embedded Computers. This manual is protected by copyright. All rights are reserved by Kontron Embedded Computers. Copies of all or part of this manual or translations into a different language may only be made with the prior written consent of Kontron Embedded Computers.

  • Page 6: Symbols Used In This Manual

    Intel and Pentium are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation. ® AMI is a registered trademark of American Megatrends, Inc. Other product names cited in this manual may also be trademarks and are used here solely for identification purposes. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 7: Safety Instructions, Safety Instructions For The Lithium Battery, Basic Safety And Emc Compatibility

    3. Safety Instructions 3. Safety Instructions 3.1. Safety Instructions for the Lithium Battery The PCI-760 board is equipped with a Lithium battery. For the replacing of this battery please observe the instructions described in the chapter 9.1.5.1 ”Replacing the Lithium Battery”. Caution! Danger of explosion when replaced with wrong type of battery.

  • Page 8: Important Instructions, Electrostatic Discharge (esd), Note On The Warranty, Exclusion Of Accident Liability Obligation

    In order to ensure safe operation, the user must observe the instructions and warnings contained in this manual. ❏ The PCI-760 board must be used in accordance with the instructions for use. ❏ The PCI-760 board is designed to be built-in to a system, which fulfill all necessary technical and environmental requirements.

  • Page 9: Scope Of Delivery, Labeling Information

    For more information refer to: www.intel.com 5.1. Labeling Information Two types of printed labels on the PCI-760 board must show the following information: 1. Board identification label that has implemented: Board Designation/Serial Number/Part Number/Product Revision/QM-Field/Bar Code/Datamatrix Code 2. 4x MAC-Address Label...

  • Page 10: Features

    Setup requires configuration by the purchaser and may require scripting with the management console or further integration into existing security frameworks to enable certain functionality. It may also require modifications of implementation of new business processes.” PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    - Surround L/R, Side Surround L/R and Center/LFE available on boxed header on board - SPDIF-In and SPDIF-Out header on board for coaxial and/or optical fiber connection via an adapter cable with slot mounting bracket (not included) PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    • Four 7-pin connectors (lockable connectors) on board and two interface connections routed to the PICMG1.3 edge connector. • Data transfer rate up to 300 Mbps on each port • RAID 0/1/5/10 functionality with ICH9DO PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    If an ATX power supply is used, the SBC can control it either through: ❏ the backplane via PICMG 1.3 edge connector or ❏ its additional power button connector (J34) or ❏ the hardware monitor connector (J7) power button (PWRBT#) input. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    • Three Fan controls, additional four FAN-Tacho inputs available on Hardware Monitor Connector • Supports Full-on (S0), Suspend (S1), Suspend-To-RAM (S3), Suspend-To-Disk (S4) and Soft-Off (S5). • Wake-up events • Optional customized logo in boot-screen feature PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 15: Functional Diagram

    Multifunction 1x SPDIF-out Sidesurr Mic-In Connector COM2 (RS232/422/485) 1x KBLock Controller HW Monitor 1x Suspend LED 1x intruder 1x SATA 1x SATA On board connectors Legend: External interfaces Option Fig. 2: PCI-760 – Functional diagram PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 16: Memory Installation

    8. Memory Installation The PCI-760 board supports four DDR2 DIMM sockets (240-pin) for up to a total memory of up to 8GB DDR2 SDRAM. The single/double sided memory modules can be user-defined combined in sizes of 256MB, 512MB up to max. 2GB per DDR2 DIMM-socket.

  • Page 17: Jumpers And Connectors Overview

    9. Jumpers and Connectors Overview 9. Jumpers and Connectors Overview The jumpers and connectors of the PCI-760 board will be described in detail below. Signals suffixed by a pound (#) are active-low. All headers will have a pitch of 0.100" (2.54mm), otherwise noted different.

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    9. Jumpers and Connectors Overview detail Refer to (Fig. 4) Option: MiniPCI (J26) Temp Sens. (J41) Option Mounting hole for USB Flash Module Flash Module FAN2 (J4) FAN1 (J1) PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    Always Power ON (JP4); (not Image Flash; BIOS programming (JP8); (reserved for manufacturer) Reset Management Engine (JP9) Conn. for ext. temp. sensor (JP3); (not supported) Fig. 4: PCI-760 - Detail for jumpers and connectors location PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 20: Connectors Located On Slot Bracket

    Fig. 6: PCI-760 – Slot Interfaces 9.1.1.1. J29 and J30 USB Connectors The slot bracket of the PCI-760 board provides two external USB 2.0/1.1 interfaces (USB6 and USB7). These connectors allow connection of USB-compatible devices to the PCI-760 board (slot bracket).

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    9.1.1.3. J25 and J26: Gigabit LAN Connectors The slot bracket of the PCI-760 board is equipped with two LAN connectors. These interface connectors are provided as RJ45-sockets with integrated LEDs. The data transfer rate for the LAN communication is up to 10/100/1000Mbps.

  • Page 22: Jumpers On The Pci-760

    9.1.2. Jumpers on the PCI-760 The jumpers on the PCI-760 allow you to configure your CPU card according to the needs of your applications. In order to change a jumper setting, turn off the computer using the ATX-power supply switch.

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    CMOS Backup-Function is enabled Open (Default) Pin 1-2 CMOS Backup-Function is disabled Short/Closed 9.1.2.4. JP8: Image Flash; BIOS Programming Before update the BIOS you have to contact our technical Support Department. Otherwise, the board could be damaged. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 24: Connectors On-board

    To these pins can be connected a reset button. The reset button is used to restart the system without turning the main power switch off and on again. Depending on the software and operating system, some data may be lost if the reset button is activated. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    J24: 4-pin Molex Connector (friction lock) Pin # Signal Name CTRL (PWM) Rotation +12V Also a 3-pin FAN connector cable can be can be connected to each of J1, J4 or J24. In this case the corresponding fan is operating with full speed. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    These connectors allow you to connect Serial-ATA devices. (Each of the SATA interfaces supports one Serial-ATA device). The PCI-760 board supports up to six Serial ATA ports. Two of the SATA ports (SATA4 and SATA5) are routed to the backplane via the PICMG 1.3 edge connector.

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    DSR, Data set ready Pining on the RxD, Receive data supplied cable connector: RTS, Request to send TxD, Transmit data CTS, Clear to send DTR, Data terminal ready COM1 RI, Ring indicator GND, ground 12 V, fused PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    (Pinning on the on-board header) Connector Pining on the Pin # Signal Name supplied cable connector: RxD–, Receive data RxD+, Receive data RXD– RXD+ TXD– TxD–, Transmit data TXD+ TxD+, Transmit data COM2 GND, ground 12 V fused PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    FAN_TACH1X(J4) FAN_TACH2X(J24) (not supported) (not supported) Hardware Monitor & GPIO FAN_TACH3X SIO_TACH4 (not supported) (not supported) SIO_TACH5 SIO_TACH6 (not supported) (not supported) * EXFLT# (GPIO[2]) Use this pin for alarm signal of a redundant PSU. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    Port 5 / Port 8 and Port 9 / Port 10 and Port 11). Pin 9 is removed for keying purposes. (A slot bracket with 2x USB type A connectors can be ordered separately.) The PCI-760 board supports twelve USB ports (USB0-USB11). • J29 (USB7) and J30 (USB6) are available on the slot bracket.

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    SPDIF-in 9.1.3.16. J35: External Battery Connector (option) The PCI-760 is delivered with an on-board CMOS Lithium battery. Depending on the configuration of your system, the CMOS Lithium battery can be connected to the J35 connector in order to have external accessibility.

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    9.1.3.19. J41: Connector for Temperature Sensor J41: Pin-Row: 2-pin Pin # Signal Name THRM_D+ THRM_D- The PCI-760 board comes factory-fitted with a temperature sensor [to the connector (J41)]. This temperature sensor measures the inside ambient temperature of the computer. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    VCC3 -PERR -DEVSEL -MPCIACT -CBE1 V3.3Aux 3.3VAUX AD14 -RST AD15 VCC3 AD13 -REQ AD12 -GNT AD11 VCC3 AD10 AD31 -PME AD29 -CBE0 AD30 VCC3 AD27 VCC3 VCC3 AD25 AD28 RESV AD26 -CBE3 AD24 AD23 IDSEL PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 34: Picmg 1.3 Connector (edge Connector) Pci Express And Pci(-x) Interfaces

    RSVD NC* RSVD NC* REFCLK5+ RSVD-G NC* REFCLK5- REFCLK6+ REFCLK6- REFCLK7+ PEFCLK7- +12V +12V a_PETp0 +12V +12V a_PETn0 +12V +12V a_PERp0 +12V +12V a_PERn0 +12V +12V a_PETp1 +12V +12V a_PETn1 a_PERp1 a_PERn1 a_PETp2 a_PETn2 a_PERp2 a_PERn2 PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    9. Jumpers and Connectors Overview a_PETp3 a_PETn3 a_PERp3 a_PERn3 a_PETp4 a_PETn4 a_PERp4 a_PERn4 a_PETp5 a_PETn5 a_PERp5 a_PERn5 a_PETp6 a_PETn6 a_PERp6 a_PERn6 a_PETp7 a_PETn7 a_PERp7 a_PERn7 RSVD NC* +3.3V +3.3V +3.3V +3.3V +3.3V +3.3V +3.3V +3.3V +3.3Vaux NC* +3.3Vaux NC* PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    NC* AD13 b_MDI3n NC* AD09 +3.3V +3.3V AD11 C/BE0# +3.3V +3.3V AD08 +3.3V +3.3V AD06 +3.3V +3.3V AD07 AD05 +3.3V +3.3V AD04 +3.3V +3.3V AD02 +3.3V +3.3V AD03 AD01 +3.3V +3.3V AD00 +3.3V +3.3V PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    9. Jumpers and Connectors Overview +12V +12V +12V +12V +12V +12V +12V +12V +12V +12V +12V +12V +12V +12V +12V +12V +12V +12V +12V +12V NC*: Not connected PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 38: Lithium Battery

    9. Jumpers and Connectors Overview 9.1.5. Lithium Battery PCI-760 is provided with a 3.0 V “coin cell” lithium battery for the RTC operation and CMOS Setup RAM. Please observe the chapter 3.1 “Safety Instructions for the Lithium Battery”. Battery socket...

  • Page 39: Ami Bios Configuration, Bios Setup, Navigation

    This chapter describes the settings available in the optional AMI BIOS for the PCI-760 board. The AMI BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) pre- installed in your computer system’s ROM supports Intel® Core™ 2 Duo/Quad, (Desktop) processor in a standard IBM AT compatible I/O system.

  • Page 40: Main, System Time / System Date

    SS=Seconds System Date This field indicates the date of the device. If you change the date setting, enter the date in the format MM.DD.YYYY. MM=Month DD=Day YYYY=Year The “System Date” format can be arbitrary configured. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    10. AMI BIOS Configuration Board Information System Information The system information is available only when a customized ordered tool is installed. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 42: Advanced

    • ASF Configuration • SuperIO Configuration • Intel AMT Configuration • USB Configuration • Intel TXT (LT) Configuration • Event Log Configuration • Intel VT-d Configuration • Remote Access Configuration • Intel VA Configuration • ACPI Configuration PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 43: Cpu Configuration (configure Advanced Cpu Settings)

    Available settings are: Enabled and Disabled . 10.3.1.5. Intel ® SpeedStep ™ tech If “ Disabled” is set, disables GV3. If “ Enabled ” is set, enables GV3 Available settings are: Enabled and Disabled . PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 44: Ide Configuration

    Available settings are: Enhanced and Disabled . 10.3.2.4. Hard Disk Write Protect This option allows you to enable or disable the device write protection. This will be effective only if the device is accessed through BIOS. Available settings: Enabled and Disabled. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    Host Set this value to use motherboard onboard IDE controller to detect the type of IDE cable present. Device Set this value to use IDE disk drive to detect the type of IDE cable present. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    • Primary IDE Master/Primary IDE Slave • Secondary IDE Master/Secondary IDE Slave • Third IDE Master/Third IDE Slave • Fourth IDE Master/Fourth IDE Slave The screens below are only an example for which entries could be available. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    10. AMI BIOS Configuration PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    If some read and write failures occur, check the length and quality of the integrated device cable first or set this option to a setting with a lower data transfer rate as specified for your device. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    This option allows you to enable or disable the 32bit data transfer rate for the IDE devices. If this option is “Enabled” the date transfer is accelerated and the CPU (PCI Bus) is relieved. Available settings are: Enabled and Disabled . PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 50: Ahci Configuration (ahci Settings)

    These options display the detected SATA devices (if configured in IDE Configuration/ Configure SATA#1 as to AHCI). Each SATA detected device (AHCI configured) allows following: SATA #(1/ /5) with available settings : Auto and Not Installed. S.M.A.R.T. with available settings: Enabled and Disabled . PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 51: Super Io Configuration (configure Win627 Super Io Chipset)

    These fields allow you to select the onboard serial ports and their addresses. Available settings are: Default Available settings (without default setting) Serial Port 1 Address 3F8/IRQ4 3E8/IRQ4 / 2E8/IRQ3 / Disabled Serial Port 2 Address 2F8/IRQ3 3E8/IRQ4 / 2E8/IRQ3 / Disabled PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    This field selects the interrupt used for the parallel interface. It is possible to choose between: IRQ7 and IRQ5 . IRQ7 This setting allows the parallel port to use the interrupt IRQ7. IRQ5 This setting allows the parallel port to use the interrupt IRQ5. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 53: Usb Configuration

    This option allows you to enable support for operating systems without “ EHCI Hand-Off” features. Possible settings are: Enabled and Disabled. 10.3.5.4. USB Beep Message This option allows you to enable or disable generating a beep during USB devices enumeration. Possible settings are: Enabled and Disabled. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 54

    This option allows the device to be emulated as a CD-ROM (if the block size of the media is greater than 512 bytes). Floppy This option allows the device to be emulated as floppy drive. Forced FDD This option allows a hard disk image to be connected as a floppy image. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 55: Event Log Configuration (event Logging Details)

    This selection allows you to view the event log. 10.3.6.2. Mark all events as read This selection allows you to set the events as already read. 10.3.6.3. Clear Event Log This selection allows you to clear all events in the event log. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 56: Remote Access Configuration (configure Remote Access Type And Parameters)

    10.3.7.1. Remote Access This option allows you to enable or disable the console redirection features. Available settings are: Enabled and Disabled . If this option is set to “ Enabled ” are available following options: PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    10.3.7.8. Sredir Memory Display Delay This option allows you to pause the memory display during redirection for the set value. Available settings are: No Delay, Delay 1 Sec, Delay 2 Sec and Delay 4 Sec . PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 58: Acpi Configuration

    This option allows you to wake up the system via PS/2 Keyboard. Available settings: Specific Key, Any Key and Disabled . 10.3.8.4. PS/2 Mouse PowerOn This option allows you to wake up the system via PS/2 Mouse. Available settings: Left Button, Right Button and Disabled . PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    It is possible to choose between: Enabled and Disabled. Enabled This option enables updating the ACPI FACP table to indicate headless operation. Disabled This option disables updating the ACPI FACP table to indicate headless operation. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    Available settings: Enabled and Disabled. 10.3.8.11. HPET Memory Address This option is available only if the [High Performance Event Timer] is set to “ Enabled “. Available settings: FED00000h / FED01000h / FED02000h and FED03000h. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 61: Mps Configuration, Trusted Computing

    This option allows you to enable (activate), to disable (deactivate) the initialization of the TPM (Trusted Platform Module). Available settings are: Don’t change , Disabled and Enabled . If the option [TCG/TPM Support] is set to “ No ” the option [Execute TPM Command] is not available. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 62: Asf Configuration

    Force IDER : Available settings: IDER Pri. Master, IDER Pri Slave, IDER Sec. Master, IDER Sec. Slave and Disabled . Force SOL : Available settings: Enabled and Disabled . 10.3.12.2. Unconfigure AMT/ME Available settings: Enabled and Disabled . PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 63: Intel Txt (lt) Configuration [configure Intel Txt (lt) Parameters], Intel Vt-d Configuration

    This option allows you to configure Intel TXT Tech. Available settings: Enabled and Disabled . 10.3.14. Intel VT-d Configuration This option allows you to configure Intel VT-d Tech. Available settings: Enabled and Disabled . 10.3.15. Intel VA Configuration (Configure Intel VA Parameters) PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 64: Pcipnp

    This choice specifies, how long (PCI clock) a PCI card can still use the PCI Bus as master, if another PCI card requests the access to the PCI Bus. The available settings are: 32, 64, 96, 128, 160, 192, 224 and 248. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    Available settings are: Available and Reserved . Available This setting allows the specified DMA channel to be used by PCI/PnP device. Reserved This setting allows the specified DMA channel to be used by a legacy ISA device. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    For a proper ISA card installation, set the same values of the BIOS options “Reserved Memory Size” and “Reserved Memory Address” like on the OS level and/or driver level (depending on the installed ISA card). PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 67: Boot

    This option allows or restricts the BIOS to perform all POST tests. It is possible to choose between: Enabled and Disabled. Enabled This setting allows the BIOS to skip certain POST tests to boot faster. Disabled This setting allows the BIOS to perform all POST tests. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    Use this setting if you want to install an external serial mouse. Auto Set this value to allow the BIOS to auto-detect a PS/2 mouse and to reserve the resources for it. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

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    The BIOS prevents option ROMs from trapping interrupt 19. 10.5.1.9. Boot Delay Timeout This option allows you to enable or to disable the “Boot Delay Time out”. It is possible to choose between: Enabled and Disabled. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 70

    Boot Device Network: IBA GE Slot 00C8 v 1270 Boot Device CD/DVD: SM-ASUS DVD-E818AT Secondary Master (not included) Boot Device USB: USB Flash Disk (not included) Boot Device SATA: PM-Hitachi HDS721616PLA380 Primary Master (not included) PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 71: Security, Supervisor Password, User Password

    10. AMI BIOS Configuration 10.6. Security PCI-760 supports Supervisor and User password. Valid password (Supervisor and User) can be a 1 to 6 alphanumeric characters combination. If you are using both passwords the Supervisor password must be set first. Keep a record of the new password when the password is changed. If you forget the password, you must erase the system configuration information in NVRAM.

  • Page 72

    <Enter>. The screen does not display the characters entered. “Confirm New Password:” input field appears. Retype the password as prompted and press <Enter>. If the password confirmation is incorrect, an error message appears. The password is stored in NVRAM. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 73

    Retype the password as prompted and press <Enter>. If the password confirmation is incorrect, an error message appears. The password is stored in NVRAM. If a User Password is installed are available the “Clear User Password” option: PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 74: Chipset, North Bridge Chipset Configuration

    This option allows you to enable or disable the remapping of the overlapped PCI memory above the physical memory. The available settings are: Enabled and Disabled . 10.7.1.2. DRAM Frequency The available settings are: Auto, 533 MHz, 667 MHz, 800 MHz and 1067 MHz . PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 75

    These settings allow you to select the graphics controller used as primary boot device.The available settings are: IGD, PCI/IGD. PEG : PCI Express Graphics PCI : PCI Device 10.7.1.10. PEG Port Configuration PEG Port: Available settings are: Disabled and Auto . PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 76

    This option allows you to select the DVMT operating mode. Available settings are: Fixed Mode and DVMT Mode . 10.7.1.12. DVMT/Fixed Memory Available settings are: Maximum DVTM , 128MB and 256MB . 10.7.1.13. Spread Spectrum Clock Available settings are: Enabled and Disabled . PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 77: South Bridge Chipset Configuration

    2. Ethernet Controller is set by default to Enabled. 3. Ethernet Controller is set by default to Disabled. In order to use the LAN as boot device refer to the chapter 10.5.1.10 “1 , / 3 , ../ n Boot Device” PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 78

    Available settings are: Disabled, Port 0 , Port 1 , Port 2 , Port 3 , 2. Ethernet and 1. Ethernet . 10.7.2.16. PCIE Port 0 IOxAPIC Enable / PCIE Port 1 IOxAPIC Enable / PCIE Port 2 IOxAPIC Enable / PCIE Port 3 IOxAPIC Enable Available settings are: Disabled and Enabled. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 79: Me Subsystem Configuration

    Possible settings are: Locked and Unlocked . QST Manual Fan CTRL Possible settings are: Locked and Unlocked . QST Chipset Possible settings are: Locked and Unlocked . Thermal Sensor Possible settings are: Hidden and Displayed . PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 80

    10. AMI BIOS Configuration ME QST Hardware Health Configuration PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 81: Exit, Save Changes And Exit, Discard Changes And Exit, Discard Changes, Load Optimal Defaults

    These settings are not the optimized default settings (manufacturing defaults) for your system, but can be used, if after changes, the system does not run reliably. The Fail-Safe settings are designed for maximum stability, but not maximum performance. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 82: Technical Data

    1x Suspend-LED 1x Keyboard&Mouse 1x Keyboard Lock 1x LPC-Bus (reserved) 1x Lithium Battery Socket 1x External Battery Connector 1x Connector for Temp. Sensor (factory-fitted with Temperature Sensor) The table is continued on the next page. PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 83: Electrical Specifications, Mechanical Specifications, Environmental Specifications, Ce Directives

    -40 ° C to +70 ° C (-40 °F to 158 °F) Storage/Transport Temperature Relative Humidity 5 % to 95 % (non-condensing) 11.4. CE Directives CE Directives Electrical Safety General Product Safety Directive (GPSD) 2001/95/EC Low Voltage Directive (LVD) 2006/95/EC ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) EMC Directive 2004/108/EC PCI-760 – User’s Manual (V1.00)

  • Page 84: Technical Support, Returning Defective Merchandise

    Be ready to explain the nature of your problem to the service technician. If you have any questions about Kontron Embedded Computers or our products and services, you may reach us at the aforementioned numbers, or at: www.kontron.com...

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