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Notebook Computer

M860TU

Service Manual

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Notice
The company reserves the right to revise this publication or to change its contents without notice. Information contained
herein is for reference only and does not constitute a commitment on the part of the manufacturer or any subsequent ven-
dor. They assume no responsibility or liability for any errors or inaccuracies that may appear in this publication nor are
they in anyway responsible for any loss or damage resulting from the use (or misuse) of this publication.

This publication and any accompanying software may not, in whole or in part, be reproduced, translated, transmitted or
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of that product or its manufacturer.
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Version 1.0
July 2008

Trademarks
Intel, and Intel Core are trademarks/registered trademarks of Intel Corporation.
is a trademark of SRS Labs, Inc. WOW technology is incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Inc.
Other brand and product names are trademarks and./or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

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About this Manual


This manual is intended for service personnel who have completed sufficient training to undertake the maintenance and
inspection of personal computers.

It is organized to allow you to look up basic information for servicing and/or upgrading components of the M860TU se-
ries notebook PC.

The following information is included:

Chapter 1, Introduction, provides general information about the location of system elements and their specifications.
Chapter 2, Disassembly, provides step-by-step instructions for disassembling parts and subsystems and how to upgrade
elements of the system.

Appendix A, Part Lists

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Appendix B, Schematic Diagrams

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

Follow basic safety precautions, including those listed below, to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury to per-
sons when using any electrical equipment:

1. Do not use this product near water, for example near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink or laundry tub, in a wet
basement or near a swimming pool.
2. Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of elec-
trical shock from lightning.
3. Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
4. Use only the power cord and batteries indicated in this manual. Do not dispose of batteries in a fire. They may
explode. Check with local codes for possible special disposal instructions.
5. This product is intended to be supplied by a Listed Power Unit (Full Range AC/DC Adapter - AC Input 100 - 240V,
50 - 60Hz/ DC Output 20V, 6.A (120W) minimum).
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CAUTION
Always disconnect all telephone lines from the wall outlet before servicing or disassembling this equipment.

TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, USE ONLY NO. 26 AWG OR LARGER,


TELECOMMUNICATION LINE CORD

This Computer’s Optical Device is a Laser Class I Product

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Instructions for Care and Operation


The notebook computer is quite rugged, but it can be damaged. To prevent this, follow these suggestions:

1. Don’t drop it, or expose it to shock. If the computer falls, the case and the components could be damaged.
Do not expose the computer Do not place it on an unstable Do not place anything heavy
to any shock or vibration. surface. on the computer.

2. Keep it dry, and don’t overheat it. Keep the computer and power supply away from any kind of heating element. This
is an electrical appliance. If water or any other liquid gets into it, the computer could be badly damaged.
Do not expose it to excessive Do not leave it in a place Don’t use or store the com- Do not place the computer on

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heat or direct sunlight. where foreign matter or mois- puter in a humid environment. any surface which will block
ture may affect the system. the vents.

3. Follow the proper working procedures for the computer. Shut the computer down properly and don’t forget to save
your work. Remember to periodically save your data as data may be lost if the battery is depleted.
Do not turn off the power Do not turn off any peripheral Do not disassemble the com- Perform routine maintenance
until you properly shut down devices when the computer is puter by yourself. on your computer.
all programs. on.

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4. Avoid interference. Keep the computer away from high capacity transformers, electric motors, and other strong mag-
netic fields. These can hinder proper performance and damage your data.
5. Take care when using peripheral devices.

Use only approved brands of Unplug the power cord before


peripherals. attaching peripheral devices.

Power Safety
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The computer has specific power requirements:


• Only use a power adapter approved for use with this computer.
• Your AC adapter may be designed for international travel but it still requires a steady, uninterrupted power supply. If you are
 unsure of your local power specifications, consult your service representative or local power company.
Power Safety • The power adapter may have either a 2-prong or a 3-prong grounded plug. The third prong is an important safety feature; do
Warning not defeat its purpose. If you do not have access to a compatible outlet, have a qualified electrician install one.
Before you undertake • When you want to unplug the power cord, be sure to disconnect it by the plug head, not by its wire.
any upgrade proce- • Make sure the socket and any extension cord(s) you use can support the total current load of all the connected devices.
dures, make sure that • Before cleaning the computer, make sure it is disconnected from any external power supplies (i.e. AC/DC adapter or car
you have turned off the adapter).
power, and discon-
nected all peripherals
and cables (including Do not plug in the power Do not use the power cord if Do not place heavy objects
telephone lines). It is cord if you are wet. it is broken. on the power cord.
advisable to also re-
move your battery in
order to prevent acci-
dentally turning the
machine on.

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Battery Precautions
• Only use batteries designed for this computer. The wrong battery type may explode, leak or damage the computer.
• Do not continue to use a battery that has been dropped, or that appears damaged (e.g. bent or twisted) in any way. Even if the
computer continues to work with a damaged battery in place, it may cause circuit damage, which may possibly result in fire.
• Recharge the batteries using the notebook’s system. Incorrect recharging may make the battery explode.
• Do not try to repair a battery pack. Refer any battery pack repair or replacement to your service representative or qualified service
personnel.
• Keep children away from, and promptly dispose of a damaged battery. Always dispose of batteries carefully. Batteries may explode
or leak if exposed to fire, or improperly handled or discarded.
• Keep the battery away from metal appliances.
• Affix tape to the battery contacts before disposing of the battery.
• Do not touch the battery contacts with your hands or metal objects.

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Battery Disposal
The product that you have purchased contains a rechargeable battery. The battery is recyclable. At the end of
its useful life, under various state and local laws, it may be illegal to dispose of this battery into the municipal
waste stream. Check with your local solid waste officials for details in your area for recycling options or proper
disposal.

Caution
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommend-
ed by the manufacturer. Discard used battery according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

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Related Documents
You may also need to consult the following manual for additional information:

User’s Manual on CD
This describes the notebook PC’s features and the procedures for operating the computer and its ROM-based setup pro-
gram. It also describes the installation and operation of the utility programs provided with the notebook PC.
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Contents
Introduction ..............................................1-1 Part Lists ..................................................A-1
Overview .........................................................................................1-1 Part List Illustration Location ........................................................ A-2
System Specifications .....................................................................1-2 Top without Fingerprint ................................................................. A-3
External Locator - Top View with LCD Panel Open ......................1-6 Top with Fingerprint ...................................................................... A-4
External Locator - Front and Rear View .........................................1-7 Bottom ........................................................................................... A-5
External Locator - Left & Right Side View ...................................1-8 LCD ............................................................................................... A-6
External Locator - Bottom View .....................................................1-9 DVD-ROM Drive .......................................................................... A-7
Mainboard Overview - Top (Key Parts) .......................................1-10 Combo Drive ................................................................................. A-8
Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Key Parts) ..................................1-11 HDD ............................................................................................... A-9
Mainboard Overview - Top (Connectors) .....................................1-12 Schematic Diagrams................................. B-1
Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Connectors) ...............................1-13
SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM ......................................................B-2
Disassembly ...............................................2-1

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Penryn 1/2 .......................................................................................B-3
Overview .........................................................................................2-1 Penryn 2/2 .......................................................................................B-4
Maintenance Tools ..........................................................................2-2 Cantiga 1/6, Host ............................................................................B-5
Connections .....................................................................................2-2 Cantiga 2/6, PEG ............................................................................B-6
Maintenance Precautions .................................................................2-3 Cantiga 3/6, DDR ...........................................................................B-7
Disassembly Steps ...........................................................................2-4 Cantiga 4/6, Power 1 .......................................................................B-8
Removing the Battery ......................................................................2-5 Cantiga 5/6, GND ...........................................................................B-9
Removing the Hard Disk Drive .......................................................2-6 Cantiga 6/6, Power 2 .....................................................................B-10
Removing the Optical (CD/DVD) Device ......................................2-8 DDR3 SO-DIMM 1 ......................................................................B-11
Removing the System Memory (RAM) ..........................................2-9 DDR3 SO-DIMM 2 ......................................................................B-12
Removing and Installing a Processor ............................................2-10 LCD ..............................................................................................B-13
Removing the VGA Card ..............................................................2-13 ICH9-M 1/4, SATA ......................................................................B-14
Removing the 3G Module .............................................................2-14 ICH9-M 2/4, PCI, USB ................................................................B-15
Removing the Wireless LAN Module ...........................................2-15 ICH9-M 3/4 ..................................................................................B-16
Removing the Bluetooth Module ..................................................2-16 ICH9-M 4/4, Power ......................................................................B-17
Removing the Inverter Board ........................................................2-17 ODD, USB2.0 & eSATA ..............................................................B-18
Removing the Keyboard ................................................................2-18 Clock Generator ............................................................................B-19
Removing the Modem ...................................................................2-19 PCI-E LAN RTL8111C, RJ45RJ11 .............................................B-20

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Card Reader & 1394 JMB380 ...................................................... B-21


New Card, CCD, Fan ................................................................... B-22
KBC-ITE IT8512 ......................................................................... B-23
HDMI, 3G .................................................................................... B-24
LED, Screw Hole ......................................................................... B-25
Azalia CODEC ALC662 .............................................................. B-26
Audio AMP .................................................................................. B-27
SRS, MDC, BT ............................................................................. B-28
DVI, INV ...................................................................................... B-29
Power Charger, DC-In .................................................................. B-30
Power GPU ................................................................................... B-31
Power 1.5V/0.75V ........................................................................ B-32
Power 3.3VM/1.8VS/1.05VM ..................................................... B-33
Power 3VS/5VS / Power S/W ...................................................... B-34
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Power VDD3/VDD5/3.3V/5V ..................................................... B-35


Power VCORE ............................................................................. B-36
Mini Card/WLAN ........................................................................ B-37
MXM PCI-E Type III ................................................................... B-38
Board to Board CON/TPM .......................................................... B-39
Button Board ................................................................................ B-40
Click Board .................................................................................. B-41
Finger Printer Board ..................................................................... B-42
SIM Card Board ........................................................................... B-43

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Introduction

1: Introduction
Overview
This manual covers the information you need to service or upgrade the M860TU series notebook computer. Information
about operating the computer (e.g. getting started, and the Setup utility) is in the User’s Manual. Information about driv-
ers (e.g. VGA & audio) is also found in User’s Manual. That manual is shipped with the computer.

Operating systems (e.g. Windows XP, etc.) have their own manuals as do application software (e.g. word processing and
database programs). If you have questions about those programs, you should consult those manuals.

The M860TU series notebook is designed to be upgradeable. See “Disassembly” on page 2 - 1 for a detailed description

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of the upgrade procedures for each specific component. Please note the warning and safety information indicated by the
“” symbol.

The balance of this chapter reviews the computer’s technical specifications and features.

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System Specifications

Feature Specification
Processor Types Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor 45nm (45 Nanometer) Process Technology
(478-pin) Micro-FC-PGA Package, Socket P 6MB On-die L2 Cache & 1066MHz FSB (35W)
T9400/ T9600 2.53GHz / 2.8GHz

Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor 45nm (45 Nanometer) Process Technology


(478-pin) Micro-FC-PGA Package, Socket P 6MB On-die L2 Cache & 1066MHz FSB (25W)
P9500 2.53GHz

Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor 45nm (45 Nanometer) Process Technology


(478-pin) Micro-FC-PGA Package, Socket P 3MB On-die L2 Cache & 1066MHz FSB (25W)
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P8400/ P8600 2.26/ 2.40GHz

Core Logic Intel(R) PM45 + ICH9M Chipset

LCD Flat Panel TFT (For One of the Following Options)

15.4" WXGA (1280 * 800) TFT LCD (Glare Type)


OR
15.4" WXGA+ (1440 * 900) TFT LCD
OR
15.4" WSXGA+ (1680 * 1050) TFT LCD (Glare Type)
OR
15.4" WUXGA (1920 * 1200) TFT LCD

Security Security (Kensington® Type) Lock Slot Fingerprint Reader Module (Factory Option)
BIOS Password

Memory Two 204 Pin SO-DIMM Sockets Supporting DDRIII (DDR3) at 1066 MHz
Supports Dual Channel DDRIII (DDR3) SDRAM
64-bit Wide Per Data Channel
Memory Expandable up to 4GB (1024/ 2048 MB DDRIII Modules)

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Feature Specification
Video Adapter NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GS PCI-E Video Card NVIDIA GeForce 8800M GTX PCI-E Video Card
Options 256MB GDDR3 Video RAM On Board 512MB GDDR3 Video RAM On Board
MS DirectX® 10.0 Compatible MS DirectX® 10.0 Compatible
MXM-II MXM-III
Supports HDCP Supports HDCP

NVIDIA GeForce 9800M GT PCI-E Video Card 


512MB GDDR3 Video RAM On Board
MS DirectX® 10.0 Compatible Video Card Options
MXM-III
Supports HDCP Note that card types, specifications and driv-
ers are subject to continual updates and
changes. Check with your service center for

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the latest details on video cards supported.

BIOS One 32Mb SPI Flash ROM Phoenix™ BIOS

Storage One Changeable 12.7mm(h) SATA Optical Device (CD/DVD) Type Drive (see “Optional” on page 1 - 5 for drive
options)
Easy Changeable 2.5" 9.5 mm (h) SATA (Serial) HDD

Card Reader Embedded 7-in-1 Card Reader (MS/ MS Pro/ SD/ Mini SD/ MMC/ RS MMC/ MS Duo)
Note: MS Duo/ Mini SD/ RS MMC Cards Require a PC Adapter

Audio High Definition Audio Built-In Microphone


3D Stereo Enhanced Sound System 2 * Built-In Speakers
Sound-Blaster PRO™ Compatible S/PDIF Digital Output

Keyboard & Full Size Winkey Keyboard with Numeric Keypad Built-In TouchPad (Scroll Functionality Included)
Pointing Device

ExpressCard Slot ExpressCard/34/54 Slot

Mini-Card Slots One Mini-Card Slot for 3.5G Module


One Mini-Card Slot for Wireless LAN Module

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Feature Specification
I/O Ports Four USB 2.0 Ports One S/PDIF Out Jack
One Combined eSATA Port/USB Port One RJ-45 LAN Jack
eSATA Port (hot swapping supported in Windows Vista only): One RJ-11 Modem Jack
AHCI mode supports hot swapping One Mini-IEEE1394a Port
IDE mode does not support hot swapping One DC-In Jack
One DVI-Out Port (No HDCP Support)
One HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) Port with
5.1Channel Support
One Headphone/Speaker-Out Jack
One Microphone-In Jack

Communication Built-In 56K Fax Modem


Built-In 10/100/1000Mb Base-TX Ethernet LAN
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Intel® WiFi Link 5300 Series (3*3 - 802.11a/g/n) Wireless LAN Mini-Card Module (Option)
Intel® WiFi Link 5100 Series (1*2 - 802.11a/g/n) Wireless LAN Mini-Card Module (Option)
3rd Party 802.11b/g Wireless LAN Mini-Card Module with USB interface (Option)
Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR (Enhanced Data Rate) Module (Factory Option)
1.3M or 2.0M Pixel PC Camera Module with USB interface (Factory Option)

3.5G Module:
UMTS/HSPDA-based 3.5G Mini-Card Module with USB Interface (Factory Option)
Quad-band GSM/GPRS (850 MHz, 900 MHz, 1800 MHz, 1900 MHz)
UMTS WCDMA FDD (2100 MHz)


UMTS Modes
Note that UMTS modes CAN NOT be used in North America.

Operating Windows XP SP2 Windows Vista 64bit SP1


Systems Home Premium/ Business/ Enterprise/ Ultimate
Supported

Power Supports ACPI 3.0 Supports Resume from Modem Ring


Management Supports Wake on LAN

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Feature Specification
Power Full Range AC/DC Adapter – AC in 100 - 240V, 50 - 60Hz DC Output 20V, 6A (120 Watts)
Easy Changeable 8-Cell Smart Lithium-Ion 4400mAH Main Battery

Environmental Temperature Relative Humidity


Spec Operating: 5°C - 35°C Operating: 20% - 80%
Non-Operating: -20°C - 60°C Non-Operating: 10% - 90%

Physical 364mm (w) * 269.5mm (d) * 29 ~ 41mm (h) Around 3.2kg with 8 Cell Battery and ODD
Dimensions &
Weight

Optional SATA Optical Drive Module Options: Intel Turbo Memory (Robson) NAND Flash 2G Memory
Combo DVD Drive Module Card Module (Factory Option)
Super Multi Drive Module

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Blu-Ray Drive Module Fingerprint Reader Module (Factory Option)

Intel® WiFi Link 5300/5100 Series (3*3/1*2 - 802.11a/g/n) UMTS/HSPDA-based 3.5G Module with Mini Card
Wireless LAN Mini-Card Module Interface (Factory Option)
Quad-band GSM/GPRS (850 MHz, 900 MHz, 1800
3rd Party 802.11b/g Wireless LAN Mini-Card Module with MHz, 1900 MHz)
USB interface UMTS WCDMA FDD (2100 MHz)

Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR (Enhanced Data Rate) Module 


(Factory Option) UMTS Modes
Note that UMTS modes CAN NOT be used in North
1.3M or 2.0M Pixel USB 2.0 PC Camera Module (Factory
America.
Option)

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Figure 1
External Locator - Top View with LCD Panel Open
Top View
1. Optional Built-In PC
1
Camera
2. LCD
3. Hot Key Buttons
4. Power Button
5. Speakers
6. Keyboard
7. Built-In Microphone 2
8. TouchPad and
Buttons
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9. Fingerprint Reader
Module (optional)

5 4 5
3

7
8

1 - 6 External Locator - Top View with LCD Panel Open


Introduction

External Locator - Front and Rear View


Figure 2
Front View
1. Headphone-Out
Jack
2. Microphone-In Jack
3. S/PDIF-Out Jack
4. Mini-IEEE 1394
Port
1 2 3 4 5 5. LED Indicators

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Figure 3
Rear View
1. Vent/Fan Intake/
4 Outlet
2. DVI-Out Port
1 3. HDMI-Out Port
2 3
5 6 7 4. *Combined eSATA/
USB Port
5. USB 2.0 Port
6. DC-In Jack
7. Security Lock Slot
*Note that the eSATA port
does not support hot-swap-
ping in Windows XP. Make
sure you install the Intel Ma-
trix driver for e-SATA sup-
port in Windows Vista.

External Locator - Front and Rear View 1 - 7


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External Locator - Left & Right Side View


Figure 4
Left Side View
1. Optional Device
Drive Bay
(for CD/DVD
Device)
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Figure 5
Right Side View

1. Express Card Slot


2. 7-in-1 Card
1
Reader 3 3 4 5
3. 2 * USB 2.0 Ports 2
4. RJ-45 LAN Jack
5. RJ-11 Phone Jack

1 - 8 External Locator - Left & Right Side View


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External Locator - Bottom View


Figure 6
Bottom View
1. Vent/Fan Intake/
1 Outlet
2. Battery
3. Battery Release
Latch
4. Component Bay
Cover
2 5. 3.5G USIM Card
1 1

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Cover
1

1 3

1
4

5

Overheating

To prevent your com-


1 puter from overheating
make sure nothing
blocks the vent/fan in-
takes while the com-
puter is in use.

External Locator - Bottom View 1 - 9


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Figure 7 Mainboard Overview - Top (Key Parts)


Mainboard Top
Key Parts

1. ITE
2. Southbridge
3. CMOS Battery
4. New Card
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2

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Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Key Parts) Figure 8


Mainboard Bottom
Key Parts

1. CPU Socket (no


CPU installed)
2. Mini-PCIe Socket
(3G Module)
3. Mini-PCIe Socket
(Wireless Lan
Module)
4. Memory Slots
DDR2 So-DIMM

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1 5. NorthBridge
6. 160-Pin VGA
Socket
6

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4

Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Key Parts) 1 - 11


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Figure 9 Mainboard Overview - Top (Connectors)


Mainboard Top
Connectors

1. LED Cable
Connector
2. Inverter Board
Cable Connector
3. Keyboard Cable
Connector 1
4. TouchPad Cable
2
Connector
5. Microphone Cable
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Connector
6. CMOS Battery 3
Connector
7. CCD Cable
Connector 5
8. USB Port 4
9. MDC Connector 7 8

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6

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Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Connectors) Figure 10


Mainboard Bottom
Connectors

4 3 2 1 1. DC-In Jack
2. eSATA + USB Port
5 3. HDMI Port
16
4. DVI-Out Port
6
17 5. RJ-11 Jack
6. RJ-45 Jack
7. 7-in-1 Card Reader
Connector
8. Mini-IEEE 1394a

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Port
9. Bluetooth Cable
15 Connector
10. S/PDIF-Out Jack
11. Microphone Jack
12. Headphone Jack
14 13. HDD Connector
14. CD Connector
15. CPU Fan Cable
Connector
16. LCD Cable
Connector
17. Battery Connector

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7
9
10 11 12
8

Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Connectors) 1 - 13


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Disassembly

2: Disassembly
Overview
This chapter provides step-by-step instructions for disassembling the M860TU series notebook’s parts and subsystems.
When it comes to reassembly, reverse the procedures (unless otherwise indicated).

We suggest you completely review any procedure before you take the computer apart.

Procedures such as upgrading/replacing the RAM, CD device and hard disk are included in the User’s Manual but are
repeated here for your convenience.

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To make the disassembly process easier each section may have a box in the page margin. Information contained under
the figure # will give a synopsis of the sequence of procedures involved in the disassembly procedure. A box with a  
lists the relevant parts you will have after the disassembly process is complete. Note: The parts listed will be for the dis-
Information
assembly procedure listed ONLY, and not any previous disassembly step(s) required. Refer to the part list for the previ-
ous disassembly procedure. The amount of screws you should be left with will be listed here also.

A box with a  will also provide any possible helpful information. A box with a  contains warnings.

An example of these types of boxes are shown in the sidebar. 


Warning

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Disassembly

NOTE: All disassembly procedures assume that the system is turned OFF, and disconnected from any power supply (the
battery is removed too).

Maintenance Tools
The following tools are recommended when working on the notebook PC:

• M3 Philips-head screwdriver
• M2.5 Philips-head screwdriver (magnetized)
• M2 Philips-head screwdriver
• Small flat-head screwdriver
• Pair of needle-nose pliers
• Anti-static wrist-strap
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Connections
Connections within the computer are one of four types:

Locking collar sockets for ribbon connectors To release these connectors, use a small flat-head screwdriver to
gently pry the locking collar away from its base. When replac-
ing the connection, make sure the connector is oriented in the
same way. The pin1 side is usually not indicated.
Pressure sockets for multi-wire connectors To release this connector type, grasp it at its head and gently
rock it from side to side as you pull it out. Do not pull on the
wires themselves. When replacing the connection, do not try to
force it. The socket only fits one way.
Pressure sockets for ribbon connectors To release these connectors, use a small pair of needle-nose pli-
ers to gently lift the connector away from its socket. When re-
placing the connection, make sure the connector is oriented in
the same way. The pin1 side is usually not indicated.
Board-to-board or multi-pin sockets To separate the boards, gently rock them from side to side as
you pull them apart. If the connection is very tight, use a small
flat-head screwdriver - use just enough force to start.

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Disassembly

Maintenance Precautions
The following precautions are a reminder. To avoid personal injury or damage to the computer while performing a re- 
moval and/or replacement job, take the following precautions: Power Safety
Warning
1. Don't drop it. Perform your repairs and/or upgrades on a stable surface. If the computer falls, the case and other
Before you undertake
components could be damaged. any upgrade proce-
2. Don't overheat it. Note the proximity of any heating elements. Keep the computer out of direct sunlight. dures, make sure that
3. Avoid interference. Note the proximity of any high capacity transformers, electric motors, and other strong mag- you have turned off the
netic fields. These can hinder proper performance and damage components and/or data. You should also monitor power, and discon-
the position of magnetized tools (i.e. screwdrivers). nected all peripherals
and cables (including
4. Keep it dry. This is an electrical appliance. If water or any other liquid gets into it, the computer could be badly telephone lines). It is
damaged. advisable to also re-
5. Be careful with power. Avoid accidental shocks, discharges or explosions. move your battery in

2.Disassembly
•Before removing or servicing any part from the computer, turn the computer off and detach any power supplies. order to prevent acci-
•When you want to unplug the power cord or any cable/wire, be sure to disconnect it by the plug head. Do not pull on the wire. dentally turning the
machine on.
6. Peripherals – Turn off and detach any peripherals.
7. Beware of static discharge. ICs, such as the CPU and main support chips, are vulnerable to static electricity.
Before handling any part in the computer, discharge any static electricity inside the computer. When handling a
printed circuit board, do not use gloves or other materials which allow static electricity buildup. We suggest that
you use an anti-static wrist strap instead.
8. Beware of corrosion. As you perform your job, avoid touching any connector leads. Even the cleanest hands pro-
duce oils which can attract corrosive elements.
9. Keep your work environment clean. Tobacco smoke, dust or other air-born particulate matter is often attracted
to charged surfaces, reducing performance.
10. Keep track of the components. When removing or replacing any part, be careful not to leave small parts, such as
screws, loose inside the computer.

Cleaning
Do not apply cleaner directly to the computer, use a soft clean cloth.
Do not use volatile (petroleum distillates) or abrasive cleaners on any part of the computer.

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Disassembly

Disassembly Steps
The following table lists the disassembly steps, and on which page to find the related information. PLEASE PERFORM
THE DISASSEMBLY STEPS IN THE ORDER INDICATED.

To remove the Battery: To remove the Wireless LAN Module:


1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5 1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
2. Remove the WLAN module page 2 - 15
To remove the HDD:
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5 To remove the Bluetooth Module:
2. Remove the HDD page 2 - 6 1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
2. Remove the Bluetooth Module page 2 - 16
To remove the Optical Device:
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1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5 To remove the Inverter Board:


2. Remove the Optical device page 2 - 8 1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
2. Remove the inverter board page 2 - 17
To remove the System Memory:
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5 To remove the Keyboard:
2. Remove the system memory page 2 - 9 1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
2. Remove the keyboard page 2 - 18
To remove and install a Processor:
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5 To remove the Modem:
2. Remove the processor page 2 - 10 1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
3. Install the processor page 2 - 12 2. Remove the HDD page 2 - 6
3. Remove the Optical device page 2 - 8
To remove the VGA Card: 4. Remove the system memory page 2 - 9
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5 5. Remove the processor page 2 - 10
2. Remove the VGA Card page 2 - 13 6. Remove the VGA Card page 2 - 13
7. Remove the 3G module page 2 - 14
To remove the 3G Module:
8. Remove the WLAN module page 2 - 15
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5 9. Remove the Bluetooth Module page 2 - 16
2. Remove the 3G module page 2 - 14 10. Remove the keyboard page 2 - 18
11. Remove the Modem page 2 - 19

2 - 4 Disassembly Steps
Disassembly

Removing the Battery Figure 1


1. Turn the computer off, and turn it over. Battery Removal
2. Slide latch 1 towards the unlock symbol and hold it in place, and lift the battery 2 up and out of the battery bay.
a. Slide latch at point 1 to-
wards the unlock symbol
and hold it in place.
a. b. b. Lift the battery out.

2.Disassembly
2


2. Battery

Removing the Battery 2 - 5


Disassembly

Figure 2
Removing the Hard Disk Drive
HDD Assembly The hard disk drive is mounted in a removable case and can be taken out to accommodate other 2.5" serial (SATA) hard
Removal disk drives with a height of 9.5mm (h). Follow your operating system’s installation instructions, and install all necessary
drivers and utilities (as outlined in Chapter 4 of the User’s Manual) when setting up a new hard disk.
a. Remove the screws.
b. Remove the cover and lo-
cate the hdd. Hard Disk Upgrade Process
1. Turn off the computer, and turn it over and remove the battery (page 2 - 5).
2. Locate the component bay cover and remove screws 1 - 7 .
3. Carefully (a fan and cable are attached to the under side of the cover) lift up the bay cover 8 .
 4. Carefully disconnect the fan cable 9 , and remove the cover 8 .
5. The hard disk assembly cover will be visible at point 10 on the mainboard.
Fan Cable
2.Disassembly

Make sure you recon-


nect the fan cable 9 a. b.
before screwing down
the bay cover. 1 2 3

4
9

6 7 8 9
5 10


8. Component Bay
Cover

• 7 Screws

2 - 6 Removing the Hard Disk Drive


Disassembly

6. Remove screws 11 - 12 from the hard disk assembly.


7. Pull the hard disk assembly in the direction of the arrow 13 .
8. Carefully remove the hard disk assembly in the direction of the arrow 14 . Figure 3
9. Remove screws 15 - 16 to separate the hard disk 17 from the bracket 18 and connector 19 . HDD Assembly
10. Reverse the process to install a new hard disk(s). Removal (cont’d)

c. c. Remove screws.
e. f. 16 d. Pull the HDD module in
the direction of the arrow
e. Remove the HDD mod-
ule.
f. Remove the screws and
15 18 separate the bracket and
connector from the HDD.
17

2.Disassembly
12 19
14

11

d.


17. HDD
18. HDD Bracket
13 19. HDD Connector

• 4 Screws

Removing the Hard Disk Drive 2 - 7


Disassembly

Figure 4 Removing the Optical (CD/DVD) Device


Optical Device
1. Turn off the computer, turn it over and remove the battery (page 2 - 5) and component bay cover (page 2 - 6).
Removal
2. Remove the screw at point 1 , and use a screwdriver to carefully push out the optical device 3 at point 2 out of
a. Remove the screw. the computer.
b. Slide the optical device 3. Restart the computer to allow it to automatically detect the new device.
out of the computer at
point 2.
a. b.


2.Disassembly

1
Fan Cable 2
3
Make sure you recon-
nect the fan cable 9
(see page 2 - 6) before
screwing down the bay
cover.


3. Optical Device

2 - 8 Removing the Optical (CD/DVD) Device


Disassembly

Removing the System Memory (RAM) Figure 5


The computer has two memory sockets for 200 pin Small Outline Dual In-line Memory Modules (SO-DIMM) supporting RAM Module
DDRIII (DDR3) Up to 1066 MHz. The main memory can be expanded up to 4GB. The SO-DIMM modules supported Removal
are 1024MB and 2048MB DDRIII Modules. The total memory size is automatically detected by the POST routine once
you turn on your computer. a. Locate the memory
socket.
Memory Upgrade Process b. Pull the release
latch(es).
1. Turn off the computer, turn it over and remove the battery (page 2 - 5) and the component bay cover (page 2 - 6).
c. Remove the mod-
2. The RAM module(s) will be visible at point 1 on the mainboard. ule(s).
3. Gently pull the two release latches ( 2 & 3 ) on the sides of the memory socket in the direction indicated by the
arrows (Figure 5b).
a. b. c. 

2.Disassembly
Contact Warning

Be careful not to touch


the metal pins on the
2 3 4 module’s connecting
edge. Even the cleanest
hands have oils which
can attract particles, and
1 degrade the module’s
performance.

4. The RAM module(s) 4 will pop-up (Figure 5c), and you can then remove it.
5. Pull the latches to release the second module if necessary.
6. Insert a new module holding it at about a 30° angle and fit the connectors firmly into the memory slot. 
7. The module will only fit one way as defined by its pin alignment. Make sure the module is seated as far into the slot 4. RAM Module
as it will go. DO NOT FORCE IT; it should fit without much pressure.
8. Press the module in and down towards the mainboard until the slot levers click into place to secure the module.
9. Replace the component bay cover and the screws (see page 2 - 6).
10. Restart the computer to allow the BIOS to register the new memory configuration as it starts up.

Removing the System Memory (RAM) 2 - 9


Disassembly

Removing and Installing a Processor


Figure 6 Processor Removal Procedure
Processor Removal
1. Turn off the computer, turn it over, and remove the battery (page 2 - 5) and the component bay cover (page 2 - 6).
2. The heat sink will be visible at point 1 on the mainboard
a. Locate the heat sink.
b. Remove the screws in
3. Remove the screws 2 - 9 from the heat sink in the order indicated (Figure 6b).
the order indicated. 4. Carefully lift the heat sink 10 (Figure 6c) up off the computer.
c. Remove the heat sink.
a. c.
10
2.Disassembly

b.

 8 6
10. Heat Sink
4 2

• 8 Screws 7 9

3 5

2 - 10 Removing and Installing a Processor


Disassembly

5. Turn the release latch 11 towards the unlock symbol to release the CPU.
6. Carefully (it may be hot) lift the CPU 12 up and out of the socket (Figure 7e). Figure 7
7. Reverse the process to install a new CPU. Processor Removal
8. When re-inserting the CPU, pay careful attention to the pin alignment, it will fit only one way (DO NOT FORCE IT!). (cont’d)

d. Turn the release latch to


d. unlock the CPU.
e. Lift the CPU out of the
socket.

11
11

2.Disassembly
Unlock Lock
e.

12 
Caution

The heat sink, and CPU area in


general, contains parts which are
subject to high temperatures. Allow
the area time to cool before remov-
ing these parts.

12. CPU

Removing and Installing a Processor 2 - 11


Disassembly

Figure 8 Processor Installation Procedure


Processor 1. Insert the CPU A , pay careful attention to the pin alignment, it will fit only one way (DO NOT FORCE IT!), and turn
Installation the release latch B towards the lock symbol (Figure 8b).
2. Remove the sticker C (Figure 8c) from the heat sink.
a. Insert the CPU. 3. Insert the heat sink D as indicated in Figure 8c.
b. Turn the release latch to- 4. Tighten the CPU heat sink screws in the order 1 to 4 and 5 to 8 (the order as indicated on the label and Fig-
wards the lock symbol.
ure 8d).
c. Remove the sticker from
the heat sink and insert 5. Replace the component bay cover and tighten the screws (see page 2 - 6).
the heat sink.
d. Tighten the screws. a. c.
C
C
A
2.Disassembly

b. d.

B
7 5
 3 1
A. CPU
D. Heat Sink 6 8 Note:
Tighten the screws in
• 8 Screws 2 4
the order as indicated
on the label.

2 - 12 Removing and Installing a Processor


Disassembly

Removing the VGA Card Figure 9


1. Turn off the computer, turn it over, and remove the battery (page 2 - 5), the component bay cover (page 2 - 6) and VGA Card Removal
the CPU heat sink (page 2 - 10).
2. The VGA Card(s) will be visible at point 1 on the mainboard. a. Locate the VGA.
b. Remove the screws.
3. Remove screws 2 - 3 (Figure 9b).
c. Lift the VGA card up and
4. Carefully grip the plastic holder and lift the video card 4 up and off the sockets. off the sockets.
5. Reverse the process to install the new VGA Card.

a. c.

2.Disassembly
4 4

b.


2 3
4. VGA Card

• 2 Screws

Removing the VGA Card 2 - 13


Disassembly

Figure 10 Removing the 3G Module


3G Module Removal
1. Turn off the computer, turn it over, and remove the battery (page 2 - 5) and the component bay cover (page 2 - 6).
2. The 3G module will be visible at point 1 on the mainboard.
a. Locate the 3G module.
b. Disconnect the cable
3. Carefully disconnect the cable 2 , and then remove the screw 3 .
and remove the screw. 4. The 3G module 4 (Figure 11c) will pop-up, and you can remove it off the computer.
c. The 3G module will pop
up.
d. Remove the 3G module. a. c.

Note: Make sure you


reconnect the antenna
cable to socket (Fig-
2.Disassembly

ure 10b).
4
1

b. c.

3 2

4.3G Module 4

• 1 Screw

2 - 14 Removing the 3G Module


Disassembly

Removing the Wireless LAN Module Figure 11


Wireless LAN
1. Turn off the computer, turn it over, and remove the battery (page 2 - 5) and the component bay cover (page 2 - 6).
Module Removal
2. The wireless LAN module will be visible at point 1 on the mainboard.
3. Carefully disconnect the cables 2 - 3 , and then remove the screw 4 .
a. Locate the WLAN.
4. The wireless LAN module 5 (Figure 11c) will pop-up, and you can remove it off the computer. b. Disconnect the cable
and remove the screw.
c. The WLAN module will
a. c. d. pop up.
d. Remove the Wireless
LAN module.

5 Note: Make sure you

2.Disassembly
reconnect the antenna
cable to the “1 + 2”
socket (Figure 11b).

1
5

b.

2

5.Wireless LAN Module

3
4 • 1 Screw

Removing the Wireless LAN Module 2 - 15


Disassembly

Figure 12 Removing the Bluetooth Module


Bluetooth Module 1. Turn off the computer, turn it over, and remove the battery (page 2 - 5) and the component bay cover (page 2 - 6).
Removal 2. The Bluetooth module will be visible at point 1 on the mainboard.
3. Remove the screw 2 and carefully disconnect the cable 3 and separate the connector 4 (Figure 12b) from the
a. Locate the Bluetooth Bluetooth Module.
module.
4. Lift the Bluetooth Module 5 (Figure 12c) up and off the computer.
b. Remove the screw and
disconnect the cable and
the connector from the a. b. c.
bluetooth module.
c. Lift the Bluetooth module
out.
2
2.Disassembly


5. Bluetooth Module

• 1 Screw

2 - 16 Removing the Bluetooth Module


Disassembly

Removing the Inverter Board Figure 13


Inverter Board
1. Turn off the computer, and remove the battery (page 2 - 5).
Removal
2. Remove any rubber covers, screws 1 - 6 and hinge covers 7 - 8 (Figure 13a), then run your finger around
the middle of the frame to carefully unsnap the LCD front panel module 9 from the back.
a. Remove the 6 screws
3. Discharge the remaining system power (see “Inverter Power Warning” below). and unsnap the LCD
4. Remove screw 10 (Figure 13b) from the inverter, and carefully lift the inverter board up slightly. front panel module from
5. Disconnect cables 11 & 12 (Figure 13c) from the inverter, then remove the inverter 13 (Figure 13d) from the top the back.
case assembly. b. Remove the screw from
the inverter board and lift
the board up slightly.
a. b. c. Disconnect the cables
2 3 4 5 from the inverter.
d. Remove the inverter.

2.Disassembly
10

c.
1 6
9 11 12

8 7



Inverter Power Warning d. 9. LCD Front Panel
13. Inverter Board
In order to prevent a short circuit when re-
moving the inverter it is necessary to dis- 13
charge any remaining system power. To do • 6 Screws
so, press the computer’s power button for a
few seconds before disconnecting the in-
verter cable.

Removing the Inverter Board 2 - 17


Disassembly

Figure 14 Removing the Keyboard


Keyboard Removal 1. Turn off the computer, and remove the battery (page 2 - 5).
2. Press the four keyboard latches at the top of the keyboard to elevate the keyboard from its normal position (you
a. Press the four latches to may need to use a small screwdriver to do this).
release the keyboard.
b. Lift the keyboard up and
3. Carefully lift the keyboard up, being careful not to bend the keyboard ribbon cable 5 (Figure 14b).
disconnect the cable 4. Disconnect the keyboard ribbon cable 5 from the locking collar socket 6 .
from the locking collar. 5. Carefully lift up the keyboard 7 (Figure 14c) off the computer.
c. Remove the keyboard.

a. b.
1 2 3 4
2.Disassembly

5
 6
Re-Inserting the
Keyboard

When re-inserting the c.


keyboard firstly align the
five keyboard tabs at the
d.
bottom (Figure 14d) at
the bottom of the key-
board with the slots in the
case.


7. Keyboard 7
Keyboard Tabs

2 - 18 Removing the Keyboard


Disassembly

Removing the Modem Figure 15


1. Turn off the computer, turn it over and remove the battery (page 2 - 5), hard disk (page 2 - 6), optical device (page Modem Removal
2 - 8), RAM (page 2 - 9), CPU (page 2 - 10), VGA card (page 2 - 13), 3G (page 2 - 14), wireless LAN (page 2 -
15), Bluetooth (page 2 - 16) and keyboard (page 2 - 18). a. Disconnect the connec-
tors.
2. Carefully disconnect connectors ( 1 - 5 ) and turn the computer over.
b. Remove the screws.
3. Remove screws 6 - 27 from the bottom case (Figure 15d) and remove screws 28 - 29 from the rear of the com-
puter.

a.
2
1

2.Disassembly
3 4
5

6 7 8 9 10 11 12
b.
28 29
23 27 13

26 14
22

24l
21
25
15 

• 24 Screws
20 19 18 17 16

Removing the Modem 2 - 19


Disassembly

4. Carefully lift the top case 30 (Figure 16e) up and off the computer.
Figure 16 5. Remove screws 31 - 32 from the modem and disconnect cable 33 .
Modem Removal 6. Lift the modem 34 (Figure 16g) up and off the computer.
(cont’d)
e. g.
e. Lift the top case off the
computer.
f. Remove the screws and
disconnect the cable.
g. Lift the modem off the
30
computer.
2.Disassembly

f. 34

32

33
34

 31
30. Top Case
34. Modem

• 2 Screws

2 - 20 Removing the Modem


Part Lists

Appendix A:Part Lists


This appendix breaks down the M860TU series notebook’s construction into a series of illustrations. The component part
numbers are indicated in the tables opposite the drawings.

Note: This section indicates the manufacturer’s part numbers. Your organization may use a different system, so be sure
to cross-check any relevant documentation.

Note: Some assemblies may have parts in common (especially screws). However, the part lists DO NOT indicate the
total number of duplicated parts used.

Note: Be sure to check any update notices. The parts shown in these illustrations are appropriate for the system at the

A.Part Lists
time of publication. Over the product life, some parts may be improved or re-configured, resulting in new part numbers.

A - 1
Part Lists

Part List Illustration Location


The following table indicates where to find the appropriate part list illustration.
Table A - 1
Part List Illustration
Part M860TU
Location
Top without Fingerprint page A - 3
Top with Fingerprint page A - 4
Bottom page A - 5
LCD page A - 6
DVD-ROM Drive page A - 7
A.Part Lists

Combo Drive page A - 8


HDD page A - 9

A - 2 Part List Illustration Location


Part Lists

Top without Fingerprint

Figure A - 1

A.Part Lists
Top without Fin-
gerprint

切除按鍵上方 無鉛

卡鉤加至0.8MM厚 無鉛

無鉛
無鉛
無鉛

加色粉 無鉛

無鉛

加切 理線槽 無鉛

區降 無鉛

頭徑 頭厚 圓型盤頭(無鉛)

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

型 無鉛

無鉛

Top without Fingerprint A - 3


Part Lists

Top with Fingerprint

Figure A - 1
A.Part Lists

Top with Finger-


print

切除按鍵上方 無鉛

卡鉤加至0.8MM厚 無鉛

無鉛
無鉛
無鉛

加色粉 無鉛

無鉛

加切 理線槽 無鉛

區降 無鉛

頭徑 頭厚 圓型盤頭(無鉛)

加高 無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

型 無鉛

A - 4 Top with Fingerprint


Part Lists

Bottom

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛
無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

華力 無鉛

藍天3 互億 無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

凱碩 無鉛

無鉛
無鉛 Figure A - 2
Bottom
無鉛

A.Part Lists
無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

(三價絡)無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

海華 無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛
無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛
無鉛
無鉛
無鉛

無鉛
無鉛

無鉛

無鉛
無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛
無鉛

無鉛

黑色 惠貿 無鉛

無鉛

無鉛
無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

Bottom A - 5
Part Lists

LCD

Figure A - 3
LCD
A.Part Lists

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

(加背膠) 無鉛

(無印刷) 加背膠 無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

水電鍍 無鉛

(非耐落) 無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛
惠貿 無鉛
無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛
無鉛

無鉛
無鉛

無鉛

中性 加背膠 無鉛

A - 6 LCD
Part Lists

DVD-ROM Drive

Figure A - 4
DVD-ROM Drive

A.Part Lists
無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

DVD-ROM Drive A - 7
Part Lists

Combo Drive

Figure A - 5
Combo Drive
A.Part Lists

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

無鉛

A - 8 Combo Drive
Part Lists

HDD

Figure A - 6
HDD

A.Part Lists
無鉛

(無鉛)

HDD A - 9
Part Lists
A.Part Lists

A - 10
Schematic Diagrams

Appendix B:Schematic Diagrams


This appendix has circuit diagrams of the M860TU notebook’s PCB’s. The following table indicates where to find the
appropriate schematic diagram.

Diagram - Page Diagram - Page Diagram - Page Table B - 1


Schematic
SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM - Page B - 2 ICH9-M 4/4, Power - Page B - 17 Power 1.5V/0.75V - Page B - 32
Diagrams
Penryn 1/2 - Page B - 3 ODD, USB2.0 & eSATA - Page B - 18 Power 3.3VM/1.8VS/1.05VM - Page B - 33

B.Schematic Diagrams
Penryn 2/2 - Page B - 4 Clock Generator - Page B - 19 Power 3VS/5VS / Power S/W - Page B - 34

Cantiga 1/6, Host - Page B - 5 PCI-E LAN RTL8111C, RJ45RJ11 - Page B - 20 Power VDD3/VDD5/3.3V/5V - Page B - 35

Cantiga 2/6, PEG - Page B - 6 Card Reader & 1394 JMB380 - Page B - 21 Power VCORE - Page B - 36

Cantiga 3/6, DDR - Page B - 7 New Card, CCD, Fan - Page B - 22 Mini Card/WLAN - Page B - 37

Cantiga 4/6, Power 1 - Page B - 8 KBC-ITE IT8512 - Page B - 23 MXM PCI-E Type III - Page B - 38

Cantiga 5/6, GND - Page B - 9 HDMI, 3G - Page B - 24 Board to Board CON/TPM - Page B - 39

Cantiga 6/6, Power 2 - Page B - 10 LED, Screw Hole - Page B - 25 Button Board - Page B - 40
Version Note
DDR3 SO-DIMM 1 - Page B - 11 Azalia CODEC ALC662 - Page B - 26 Click Board - Page B - 41
The schematic dia-
grams in this chapter
DDR3 SO-DIMM 2 - Page B - 12 Audio AMP - Page B - 27 Finger Printer Board - Page B - 42
are based upon ver-
LCD - Page B - 13 SRS, MDC, BT - Page B - 28 SIM Card Board - Page B - 43 sion 6-7P-M8605-003.
If your mainboard (or
ICH9-M 1/4, SATA - Page B - 14 DVI, INV - Page B - 29 other boards) are a lat-
er version, please
ICH9-M 2/4, PCI, USB - Page B - 15 Power Charger, DC-In - Page B - 30 check with the Service
Center for updated di-
ICH9-M 3/4 - Page B - 16 Power GPU - Page B - 31 agrams (if required).

B - 1
Schematic Diagrams

SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM

BU TT OM BO AR D
B OTT OM
CLEVO M860TU System Block Diagram SY S5 V,S YS 3V ,V DD3 ,V DD 5, 3V ,5V
P OWE R BO TT OM LE D M EM ORY T ER MI NA TIO NS
VI N, VA ,V B
GM P owe r
CLOCK GEN.
ICS 9L PR3 95
PROCESSOR
D DR 3 S DR AM S OC KET 1. 5V ,VT T_ ME M
Penryn
14.318 MHz
3. 3V M,1 .8 VS ,1 .05 VM
C LI CK BO AR D 478 uFCPGA
S oc ket P 5V S, 3VS ,1 .5 VS ,1. 05 VS
HDMI S O- DIM M1 SO -D IM M2
F ING ER P RI NT ER BO AR D
B.Schematic Diagrams

VC OR E
F SB
667/800/1066 MHz
DVI/RGB

Sheet 1 of 42 NORTH BRIDGE DDR II I


SYSTEM BLOCK LVDS
In te l 800/1066 MHz SPDIF
OUT
MIC
IN
HP
OUT

DIAGRAM Ca nt ig a RJ-11
T OU CH
P AD 5. 1 C HA NN EL OU T
M XM -II I VG A
D AU GHT ER C ARD
PC I- E x1 6 1329 ball S RS
FCBGA A ZA LI A
M DC
X4 M OD UL E A ZAL IA AU DIO
10 MHz C ODE C AM P. INT.
EC D MI MD C CO NN . ALC 66 2 APA 20 56
SPK

IT 851 2 LP C 33 MHz SYS TE M SM BUS


SOUTH BRIDGE AZ AL IA L INK 24 MHz
I NT . K/B 32.768
E C S MB US KHz ICH9M
PC IE 100 MHz
676 BGA
T HE RMA L S MA RT SMA RT 24.576
S EN SOR F AN BAT TE RY Mi ni C ARD Mi ni CA RD M in i C AR D NE W 25 MHz MHz
CA RD
L AN JMB 38 0
A SC7 52 5 SO CKE T S OC KE T S OCK ET REALTEK
RTL8111C
US B2 U SB 10 US B5
WL AN 3G R obs on
32.768
KHz CARD IEEE
READER 1394
7 IN 1
SIM Ca rd
S ATA -1 50 RJ-45
US B2 .0 M MC/ SD /M S/M S Pr o

S AT A SAT A e- SAT A USB_Conn. USB_Conn. Hot Key & Click


O DD HDD
C CD BT Fi ng er
US B1 US B0 US B3 US B7 Pr in ter Connector
U SB 6 U SB 4
US B8 ,9

12 MHz ( M / B s ide )

B - 2 SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM


Schematic Diagrams

Penryn 1/2

4 H _ A # [ 3 5: 3 ] U2 2 A U2 2 B
H_ A # 3 J4 H1
A [3 ]# AD S# H_ A DS # 4 4 H _ D # [ 63 : 0 ] H _ D # [ 6 3 : 0] 4
H_ A # 4 L5

GROUP_0
ADDR
E2 H_ B NR # 4 H_ D# 0 E2 2 Y 22 H_ D# 3 2
H_ A # 5 L4 A [4 ]# B NR # G5 H_ D# 1 F24 D[0 ]# D[3 2 ]# A B 24 H_ D# 3 3
A [5 ]# BPR I# H_ B PRI# 4 D[1 ]# D[3 3 ]#
H_ A # 6 K5 H_ D# 2 E2 6 V 24 H_ D# 3 4
H_ A # 7 M3 A [6 ]# H5 H_ D# 3 G2 2 D[2 ]# D[3 4 ]#

DATA GRP 0
V 26 H_ D# 3 5
H_ A # 8 N 2 A [7 ]# DE F E R # F21 H_ DEF E R # 4 H_ D# 4 F23 D[3 ]# D[3 5 ]# V 23 H_ D# 3 6

DATA GRP 2
A [8 ]# D RDY # H_ DR DY# 4 D[4 ]# D[3 6 ]#
H_ A # 9 J1 E1 H_ D# 5 G2 5 T22 H_ D# 3 7
H_ A # 1 0 N 3 A [9 ]# DB S Y # H_ DBS Y # 4 H_ D# 6 E2 5 D[5 ]# D[3 7 ]# U 25 H_ D# 3 8
A [ 1 0] # D[6 ]# D[3 8 ]#
H_ A # 1 1 P5 F1 H_ B R0 # 4 H_ D# 7 E2 3 U 23 H_ D# 3 9
H_ A # 1 2 P2 A [ 1 1] # B R0 # H_ D# 8 K2 4 D[7 ]# D[3 9 ]# Y 25 H_ D# 4 0
A [ 1 2] # D[8 ]# D[4 0 ]#

CONTROL
H_ A # 1 3 L2 D2 0 H_ IE R R# H_ D# 9 G2 4 W 22 H_ D# 4 1
H_ A # 1 4 P4 A [ 1 3] # IE RR # B3 H_ D# 1 0 J24 D[9 ]# D[4 1 ]# Y 23 H_ D# 4 2
A [ 1 4] # INIT # H_ INIT # 13 D [ 1 0] # D[4 2 ]#
H_ A # 1 5 P1 H_ D# 1 1 J23 W 24 H_ D# 4 3
H_ A # 1 6 R 1 A [ 1 5] # H4 H_ D# 1 2 H2 2 D [ 1 1] # D[4 3 ]# W 25 H_ D# 4 4
M1 A [ 1 6] # L OC K # H _ L OC K # 4 H_ D# 1 3 F26 D [ 1 2] # D[4 4 ]# A A 23 H_ D# 4 5
4 H_ A DS T B # 0 A DS T B [0 ]# D [ 1 3] # D[4 5 ]#
C1 H_ D# 1 4 K2 2 A A 24 H_ D# 4 6
4 H _R E Q# [ 4 : 0 ] H_ RE Q# 0 K3 RE S E T # F3 H_ CP U RS T # 4 H_ D# 1 5 H2 3 D [ 1 4] # D[4 6 ]# A B 25 H_ D# 4 7
RE Q [ 0] # RS [0 ]# H_ RS# 0 4 D [ 1 5] # D[4 7 ]#
H_ RE Q# 1 H 2 F4 J26 Y 26
H_ RE Q# 2 K2 RE Q [ 1] # RS [1 ]# G3 H_ RS# 1 4 4 H _D S T B N # 0 H2 6 DS T B N[0 ]# D S TB N [ 2 ] # A A 26 H _ D S TB N #2 4
RE Q [ 2] # RS [2 ]# H_ RS# 2 4 4 H _ D S TB P #0 DS T B P [0 ]# D S T B P[2 ]# H _ D S TB P # 2 4
H_ RE Q# 3 J3 G2 H_ T RDY # 4 4 H _D I N V # 0 H2 5 U 22 H_ DI NV # 2 4
H_ RE Q# 4 L1 RE Q [ 3] # T RDY # D I N V [ 0] # DIN V[2 ]#
RE Q [ 4] #
4 H _ A # [ 3 5: 3 ] G6 H_ HIT # 4 4 H _ D # [ 63 : 0 ] H _ D # [ 6 3 : 0] 4
H_ A # 1 7 Y 2 HIT # E4 H_ D# 1 6 N2 2 A E 24 H_ D# 4 8
H_ A # 1 8 U 5 A [ 1 7] # H I TM # H _ H I T M# 4 H_ D# 1 7 K2 5 D [ 1 6] # D[4 8 ]# A D2 4 H_ D# 4 9
H_ A # 1 9 R 3 A [ 1 8] # A D4 H _ B P M 0# H_ D# 1 8 P2 6 D [ 1 7] # D[4 9 ]# A A 21 H_ D# 5 0
H_ A # 2 0 W6 A [ 1 9] # GROUP_1 B P M[ 0 ] # D [ 1 8] # D[5 0 ]#
ADDR
A D3 H _ B P M 1# H_ D# 1 9 R2 3 A B 22 H_ D# 5 1
A [ 2 0] # B P M[ 1 ] # D [ 1 9] # D[5 1 ]#

B.Schematic Diagrams
H_ A # 2 1 U 4 A D1 H _ B P M 2# H_ D# 2 0 L23 A B 21 H_ D# 5 2
H_ A # 2 2 Y 5 A [ 2 1] # B P M[ 2 ] # A C4 H _ B P M 3# H_ D# 2 1 M2 4 D [ 2 0] # D[5 2 ]#

DATA GRP 1
A C2 6 H_ D# 5 3
A [ 2 2] # B P M[ 3 ] # D [ 2 1] # D[5 3 ]#
H_ A # 2 3 U 1 A C2 H_ P R DY # H_ D# 2 2 L22 A D2 0 H_ D# 5 4

DATA GRP 3
H_ A # 2 4 R 4 A [ 2 3] # P RDY # A C1 H _ P R E Q# H_ D# 2 3 M2 3 D [ 2 2] # D[5 4 ]# A E 22 H_ D# 5 5
XDP/ITP SIGNALS
A [ 2 4] # P RE Q # D [ 2 3] # D[5 5 ]#
H_ A # 2 5 T5 A C5 H_ T CK H_ D# 2 4 P2 5 A F 23 H_ D# 5 6
H_ A # 2 6 T3 A [ 2 5] # TC K AA6 H_ T DI H_ D# 2 5 P2 3 D [ 2 4] # D[5 6 ]# A C2 5 H_ D# 5 7
H_ A # 2 7 W2 A [ 2 6] # TD I AB3 H_ T DO H_ D# 2 6 P2 2 D [ 2 5] # D[5 7 ]# A E 21 H_ D# 5 8

Sheet 2 of 42
H_ A # 2 8 W5 A [ 2 7] # T DO AB5 H _ T MS H_ D# 2 7 T24 D [ 2 6] # D[5 8 ]# A D2 1 H_ D# 5 9
H_ A # 2 9 Y 4 A [ 2 8] # TM S AB6 H_ T RST # H_ D# 2 8 R2 4 D [ 2 7] # D[5 9 ]# A C2 2 H_ D# 6 0
A [ 2 9] # T RS T # D [ 2 8] # D[6 0 ]#
H_ A # 3 0 U 2 C2 0 I T P _ D B R S T# H_ D# 2 9 L25 A D2 3 H_ D# 6 1
H_ A # 3 1 V4 A [ 3 0] # DB R # H_ D# 3 0 T25 D [ 2 9] # D[6 1 ]# A F 22 H_ D# 6 2

Penryn 1/2
A [ 3 1] # D [ 3 0] # D[6 2 ]#
H_ A # 3 2 W3 H_ D# 3 1 N2 5 A C2 3 H_ D# 6 3
H_ A # 3 3 AA4 A [ 3 2] # L26 D [ 3 1] # D[6 3 ]# A E 25
A [ 3 3] # THERMAL 4 H _D S T B N # 1 DS T B N[1 ]# D S TB N [ 3 ] # H _ D S TB N #3 4
H_ A # 3 4 AB2 4 H _ D S TB P #1 M2 6 A F 24 H _ D S TB P # 3 4
H_ A # 3 5 AA3 A [ 3 4] # D2 1 H _ P R OC H OT # N2 4 DS T B P [1 ]# D S T B P[3 ]# A C2 0
A [ 3 5] # P R OC H OT # 4 H _D I N V # 1 D I N V [ 1] # DIN V[3 ]# H_ DI NV # 3 4
4 H_ A DS T B # 1 V1 A2 4 H _ T H E R MD A 1
A DS T B [1 ]# T H E R MD A B2 5 H _ T H E R MD C 1 A D2 6 R 26 C O MP 0
A6 TH E R M D C R3 7 6 *1 K _ 0 4 C P U _T E S T 1 C2 3 GT LR E F C OMP [ 0] U 26 C O MP 1
13 H _ A 2 0M # A 20 M # TE S T 1 MI SC C OMP [ 1]
A5
ICH

C7 R3 7 5 *1 K _ 0 4 C P U _T E S T 2 D2 5 A A1 C O MP 2
13 H _ F E RR # C 4 F E RR # TH E R M TR I P # P M_ T H R M T R I P # 5 , 13 Z 0 2 10 C2 4 TE S T 2 C OMP [ 2] Y 1 C O MP 3
13 H_ IG NNE # I GN N E # TE S T 3 C OMP [ 3]
C4 6 8 * 0. 1 u _ X7 R _ 0 4 C P U _T E S T 4 AF2 6
D 5 Z 0 2 11 AF 1 TE S T 4 E 5
13 H_ S T P CL K # S TP C L K # TE S T 5 DP R S T P # H _ D P R S T P # 5, 1 3 , 3 5
13 H_ INT R C 6 H CL K 10m il s Z 0 2 12 A2 6 B 5 H _ D P S LP # 1 3
B4 LI N T 0 A2 2 Z 0 2 13 C 3 TE S T 6 D PSL P# D 24
13 H _N MI LI N T 1 BCL K [0 ] C L K _ C P U _ B C LK 18 TE S T 7 DP W R # H_ DP W R# 4
13 H _ S MI # A3 A2 1 C L K _ C P U _ B C LK # 1 8 18 C PU_ B S E L 0 B2 2 D 6 H _ P W R GD 13
S MI # BCL K [1 ] B2 3 B S E L[ 0] P W R GO OD D 7
H _ B P M _2 # 1 M4 18 C PU_ B S E L 1 C2 1 B S E L[ 1] SL P# A E6 H_ CP US L P # 4
RS V D [ 01 ] / B P M _2 # [ 1 ] 18 C PU_ B S E L 2 B S E L[ 2] P S I# PSI# 35
H _ B P M _2 # 0 N 5
T2 RS V D [ 02 ] / B P M _2 # [ 0 ] Layout note: S OC K E T G 4 79 P
3 H _ TH E R M D A 2 RS V D [ 03 ] / T H R MD A _2
V3 Zo=55 ohm, 0.5"max
3 H _ TH E R M D C 2 H _ B P M _2 # 2 B2 RS V D [ 04 ] / T H R MD C _ 2
C P U _ GT L R E F 2 RS V D [ 05 ] B P M _2 # [ 2 ] for GTLREF
Z 0 20 6 D 2
D2 2 RS V D [ 06 ]
RS V D [ 07 ]
3 TD O_ M D 3 C P U _ GT L R E F 1 R3 7 9 1 K _ 1 %_ 0 4 1 . 0 5V S
F6 RS V D [ 08 ] / T D O _M
3 TD I _ M RS V D [ 09 ] / T D I _ M Layout note:
RESERVED R3 8 0 COMP0, COMP2: 0.5" Max, Zo=27.4 Ohms
2K _1 % _0 4 COMP1, COMP3: 0.5" Max, Zo=55 Ohms
S OC K E T G 4 7 9P Best estimate is 18 mils wide trace for outer
layers and 14 mils wide trace if on internal
1 . 0 5V S V D D3 layers.
If P ROC HO T# is n ot ur ed, th en it m ust b e
R 35 8 5 6 _ 04 H_ IE R R# te rm ina te d wit h 56- Oh m p ul l- up to VC CP .
R 52 5 4 . 9 _1 % _ 04 H _ P R E Q# C OMP 0
R 36 9 5 6 _ 04 H _ P R OC H OT # R3 9 2 C OMP 1

PV T *1 0 K _ 1% _ 0 4 C OMP 2
C OMP 3
R 32 6 5 4 . 9 _1 % _ 04 H _ T MS 3 .3 V
Layout Note: V _ T HR M
R 32 9 5 4 . 9 _1 % _ 04 H_ T DI
C P U _T H E R M 22
Within 2.0"

1
R 32 7 5 4 . 9 _1 % _ 04 H_ T CK R 3 73 *1 0m i l _s h or t R5 6 R5 7 R3 8 2 R 3 81
of the CPU
R 64 1 5 4 . 9 _1 % _ 04 H_ T RS T # RT 2
V _T H R M
D VT R 3 55 C4 6 3 * N T C _ 1 0 0K _ 0 6
54 . 9 _1 % _ 04
DVT 2 7. 4 _ 1 %_ 0 4 5 4 . 9 _1 % _0 4 2 7 . 4_ 1 %_ 0 4

2
10 0 K _ 04 1 0u _ 10 V _ 0 8
3 .3 V S Near toCPU R 3 88

R 35 7 1 K_ 0 4 I T P _ D B R S T# *1 0 K _0 4

U2 4 R 38 9 *1 0m i l _s h ort
1 4
H _T H E R MD A 1 2 V DD TH E R M 6 H _ A LE R T 1 R 39 0 * 0 _0 4
D+ A L ERT P M_ T H R M # 3, 1 5 , 2 2 3 V _ T HR M
C 47 8 R 39 1 * 1 0K _ 0 4 3 C P U _ GT LR E F 2
V D D3 3 , 4, 5 , 9 , 1 3, 1 6 , 1 8, 3 3 1 . 05 V S
1 0 0 0p _ 50 V _ 0 4 3 7
D- S DAT A S MD _T H E R M1 3 , 2 2
H _T H E R MD C 1 5 8 S MC _T H E R M1 3 , 2 2 14 , 1 5, 16 , 1 9, 2 1 , 2 7, 2 8 , 2 9, 3 0 , 3 1, 3 2 , 3 4, 3 6 , 3 7, 3 8 3 . 3V
GN D S CL K
3 , 5 , 9 , 12 , 1 3 , 14 , 1 5 , 16 , 1 9 , 20 , 2 1, 22 , 2 3, 2 4 , 2 5, 2 6 , 2 8, 3 0 , 3 2, 3 3 , 3 5, 3 6 , 3 7, 3 8 3 . 3V S
AS C7 5 2 5 R 38 3 4 . 7 K _ 04 V D D3 1 3 , 1 9, 2 2 , 2 4, 2 9 , 3 2, 3 3 , 3 4, 3 7 V D D 3
R 38 7 4 . 7 K _ 04
Layout Note: Layout Note:
PVT
Route H_THERMDA and Near to Thermal IC
? ? ? VGA? ? thermal IC ? ? ? ?
H_THERMDC on same layer.
10 mil trace on 10 mil spacing.
A DM 103 1 SM bu s = 9 8h
G7 81- 1 SM bu s = 4 Dh

Penryn 1/2 B - 3
Schematic Diagrams

Penryn 2/2

V CO RE V CO RE U2 2 D
U2 2 C A4 P6
PLA CE NE AR CP U
A7 AB2 0 A8 V S S [ 00 1 ] V S S [ 0 8 2] P 21 V C OR E
V C C [ 0 0 1] V C C [ 0 68 ] V S S [ 00 2 ] V S S [ 0 8 3]
A9 AB7 A1 1 P 24
A1 0 V C C [ 0 0 2] V C C [ 0 69 ] AC 7 A1 4 V S S [ 00 3 ] V S S [ 0 8 4] R2
A1 2 V C C [ 0 0 3] V C C [ 0 70 ] AC 9 A1 6 V S S [ 00 4 ] V S S [ 0 8 5] R5
V C C [ 0 0 4] V C C [ 0 71 ] V S S [ 00 5 ] V S S [ 0 8 6]
A1 3 A C 12 A1 9 R2 2 C 93 C8 9 C1 0 8 C 1 09 C8 6 C 43 4 C 1 10 C1 0 2 C 92 C 4 39
A1 5 V C C [ 0 0 5] V C C [ 0 72 ] A C 13 A2 3 V S S [ 00 6 ] V S S [ 0 8 7] R2 5
A1 7 V C C [ 0 0 6] V C C [ 0 73 ] A C 15 AF2 V S S [ 00 7 ] V S S [ 0 8 8] T1
V C C [ 0 0 7] V C C [ 0 74 ] V S S [ 00 8 ] V S S [ 0 8 9] 1 0 u_ 1 0 V _0 8 1 0u _ 1 0V _ 0 8 1 0 u _1 0 V _0 8 1 0 u_ 1 0V _ 0 8 10 u _ 10 V _ 08 1 0u _ 10 V _ 08 1 0u _ 10 V _ 08 1 0u _ 10 V _ 08 10 u _1 0 V _0 8 1 0 u_ 1 0V _ 0 8
A1 8 A C 17 B6 T4
A2 0 V C C [ 0 0 8] V C C [ 0 75 ] A C 18 B8 V S S [ 00 9 ] V S S [ 0 9 0] T2 3
V C C [ 0 0 9] V C C [ 0 76 ] V S S [ 01 0 ] V S S [ 0 9 1]
B7 AD 7 B1 1 T2 6
B9 V C C [ 0 1 0] V C C [ 0 77 ] AD 9 B1 3 V S S [ 01 1 ] V S S [ 0 9 2] U3 V C OR E
B1 0 V C C [ 0 1 1] V C C [ 0 78 ] A D 10 B1 6 V S S [ 01 2 ] V S S [ 0 9 3] U6
V C C [ 0 1 2] V C C [ 0 79 ] V S S [ 01 3 ] V S S [ 0 9 4]
B1 2 A D 12 B1 9 U2 1
B1 4 V C C [ 0 1 3] V C C [ 0 80 ] A D 14 B2 1 V S S [ 01 4 ] V S S [ 0 9 5] U2 4
V C C [ 0 1 4] V C C [ 0 81 ] V S S [ 01 5 ] V S S [ 0 9 6]
B1 5 A D 15 B2 4 V2 C 74 C4 4 5 C1 0 6 C 4 40 C4 4 4 C 71 C8 5 C9 1 C 90 C 4 35
B1 7 V C C [ 0 1 5] V C C [ 0 82 ] A D 17 C 5 V S S [ 01 6 ] V S S [ 0 9 7] V5
B1 8 V C C [ 0 1 6] V C C [ 0 83 ] A D 18 C 8 V S S [ 01 7 ] V S S [ 0 9 8] V 22
V C C [ 0 1 7] V C C [ 0 84 ] V S S [ 01 8 ] V S S [ 0 9 9] 2 2u _ X 5R _0 8 2 2u _ 6 . 3V _ 0 8 2 2u _ 6 . 3V _ 0 8 2 2 u _X 5 R _ 08 22 u _ X5 R _ 0 8 2 2 u_ X 5R _0 8 2 2u _ 6. 3 V _ 08 2 2 u_ 6 . 3V _ 0 8 2 2u _ 6. 3 V _ 08 22 u _6 . 3 V _0 8
B2 0 AE9 C1 1 V 25
C 9 V C C [ 0 1 8] V C C [ 0 85 ] AE1 0 C1 4 V S S [ 01 9 ] V S S [ 1 0 0] W1
C1 0 V C C [ 0 1 9] V C C [ 0 86 ] AE1 2 C1 6 V S S [ 02 0 ] V S S [ 1 0 1] W4
V C C [ 0 2 0] V C C [ 0 87 ] V S S [ 02 1 ] V S S [ 1 0 2] V C OR E
C1 2 AE1 3 C1 9 W 23
C1 3 V C C [ 0 2 1] V C C [ 0 88 ] AE1 5 C 2 V S S [ 02 2 ] V S S [ 1 0 3] W 26
B.Schematic Diagrams

V C C [ 0 2 2] V C C [ 0 89 ] V S S [ 02 3 ] V S S [ 1 0 4]
C1 5 AE1 7 C2 2 Y3
C1 7 V C C [ 0 2 3] V C C [ 0 90 ] AE1 8 C2 5 V S S [ 02 4 ] V S S [ 1 0 5] Y6
C1 8 V C C [ 0 2 4] V C C [ 0 91 ] AE2 0 D 1 V S S [ 02 5 ] V S S [ 1 0 6] Y2 1 C 11 5 C4 4 2 C8 8 C 1 00 C9 7 C 98
V C C [ 0 2 5] V C C [ 0 92 ] V S S [ 02 6 ] V S S [ 1 0 7]
D 9 AF9 D 4 Y2 4
D1 0 V C C [ 0 2 6] V C C [ 0 93 ] AF1 0 RS V D_ D 8 D 8 V S S [ 02 7 ] V S S [ 1 0 8] AA2
V C C [ 0 2 7] V C C [ 0 94 ] V S S [ 02 8 ] / R S V D V S S [ 1 0 9] 1 u _6 . 3 V _ 04 1 u _ 6. 3 V _ 04 1u _ 6 . 3V _ 0 4 1 u _6 . 3 V _0 4 1 u_ 6 . 3V _ 0 4 1 u_ 6 . 3V _ 0 4
D1 2 AF1 2 D1 1 AA5
D1 4 V C C [ 0 2 8] V C C [ 0 95 ] AF1 4 D1 3 V S S [ 02 9 ] V S S [ 1 1 0] AA8 RS V D_ A A 8
D1 5 V C C [ 0 2 9] V C C [ 0 96 ] AF1 5 D1 6 V S S [ 03 0 ] V S S [ 11 1 ] / R S V D A A 11 V C OR E
V C C [ 0 3 0] V C C [ 0 97 ] V S S [ 03 1 ] V S S [ 1 1 2] V C OR E

Sheet 3 of 42
D1 7 AF1 7 D1 9 A A 14
D1 8 V C C [ 0 3 1] V C C [ 0 98 ] AF1 8 D2 3 V S S [ 03 2 ] V S S [ 1 1 3] A A 16
E7 V C C [ 0 3 2] V C C [ 0 99 ] AF2 0 2A; 80mils 1 . 05 V S D2 6 V S S [ 03 3 ] V S S [ 1 1 4] A A 19 C1 0 5 C 11 1
V C C [ 0 3 3] V C C [ 1 00 ] V S S [ 03 4 ] V S S [ 1 1 5]
E9 E3 A A 22
V C C [ 0 3 4] V S S [ 03 5 ] V S S [ 1 1 6]

Penryn 2/2
E1 0 G 21 R3 8 4 *1 0 mi l _s h o rt E6 A A 25 C 79 C1 0 1 C7 3 C 4 36 C4 3 8 C 10 7 0 . 0 1u _ 50 V _ 0 4 0 . 01 u _ 50 V _ 04
V C C [ 0 3 5] V C C P [ 01 ] V S S [ 03 6 ] V S S [ 1 1 7]
E1 2 V6 E8 AB1
E1 3 V C C [ 0 3 6] V C C P [ 02 ] J6 C4 8 2 E1 1 V S S [ 03 7 ] V S S [ 1 1 8] AB4
V C C [ 0 3 7] V C C P [ 03 ] + V S S [ 03 8 ] V S S [ 1 1 9] 1 u _6 . 3 V _ 04 1 u _ 6. 3 V _ 04 1 u_ 6 . 3 V _0 4 1 u _ 6. 3 V _ 04 1 u_ 6 . 3V _ 0 4 1 u_ 6 . 3V _ 0 4
E1 5 K6 E1 4 AB8
V C C [ 0 3 8] V C C P [ 04 ] V S S [ 03 9 ] V S S [ 1 2 0]
E1 7 M6
E1 8 V C C [ 0 3 9] V C C P [ 05 ] J21 P VT 10 0 u _6 . 3 V _B 2
E1 6
E1 9 V S S [ 04 0 ] V S S [ 1 2 1]
A B 11
A B 13 V C OR E
V C C [ 0 4 0] V C C P [ 06 ] V S S [ 04 1 ] V S S [ 1 2 2] V C OR E
EM I
E2 0 K2 1 E2 1 A B 16
F7 V C C [ 0 4 1] V C C P [ 07 ] M 21 E2 4 V S S [ 04 2 ] V S S [ 1 2 3] A B 19
F9 V C C [ 0 4 2] V C C P [ 08 ] N 21 F5 V S S [ 04 3 ] V S S [ 1 2 4] A B 23
V C C [ 0 4 3] V C C P [ 09 ] 1 . 5V S V S S [ 04 4 ] V S S [ 1 2 5]
F10 N 6 Layout note: GT L R E F 2 _C TR L F8 A B 26 C4 4 1 C 96
F12 V C C [ 0 4 4] V C C P [ 10 ] R 21 F11 V S S [ 04 5 ] / GT L R E F _ C t rl V S S [ 1 2 6] A C3 C 43 7 C 44 3 C8 7 C9 5 C 94 C 99
F14 V C C [ 0 4 5] V C C P [ 11 ] R 6 20mils Near pin B26,C26 F13 V S S [ 04 6 ] V S S [ 1 2 7] A C6 0 . 0 1u _ 50 V _ 0 4 0 . 0 1 u_ 5 0V _ 0 4
F15 V C C [ 0 4 6] V C C P [ 12 ] T21 F16 V S S [ 04 7 ] V S S [ 1 2 8] A C8 RS V D_ A C8 0 . 0 1 u_ 5 0V _ 0 4 0 . 1 u_ 1 0V _ 0 4 0 . 1u _ 10 V _ 0 4 0. 1 u _1 0 V _ 04 0 . 1 u_ 1 0 V _0 4 0 . 1 u_ 1 0V _ 0 4
F17 V C C [ 0 4 7] V C C P [ 13 ] T6 C 47 4 C 4 66 F19 V S S [ 04 8 ] V S S [ 12 9 ] / R S V D A C1 1
V C C [ 0 4 8] V C C P [ 14 ] V S S [ 04 9 ] V S S [ 1 3 0]
F18 V2 1 F2 A C1 4
F20 V C C [ 0 4 9] V C C P [ 15 ] W21 0. 0 1 u _5 0 V _0 4 F22 V S S [ 05 0 ] V S S [ 1 3 1] A C1 6
V C C [ 0 5 0] V C C P [ 16 ] 1 0u _ 10 V _ 0 8 V S S [ 05 1 ] V S S [ 1 3 2]
B R1 # AA7 F25 A C1 9
V C C [ 0 5 1] / B R 1 # V S S [ 05 2 ] V S S [ 1 3 3]
AA9 B2 6 G 4 A C2 1
AA1 0 V C C [ 0 5 2] V C C A [ 01 ] C 26 G 1 V S S [ 05 3 ] V S S [ 1 3 4] A C2 4
V C C [ 0 5 3] V C C A [ 02 ] V S S [ 05 4 ] V S S [ 1 3 5]
AA1 2 G2 3 A D2
AA1 3 V C C [ 0 5 4] AD 6 G2 6 V S S [ 05 5 ] V S S [ 1 3 6] A D5
AA1 5 V C C [ 0 5 5] V ID[0 ] AF5 H _V I D 0 35 H 3 V S S [ 05 6 ] V S S [ 1 3 7] A D8 1. 0 5 V S
V C C [ 0 5 6] V ID[1 ] H _V I D 1 35 V S S [ 05 7 ] V S S [ 1 3 8]
AA1 7 AE5 H _V I D 2 35 H 6 A D1 1
AA1 8 V C C [ 0 5 7] V ID[2 ] AF4 H2 1 V S S [ 05 8 ] V S S [ 1 3 9] A D1 3
AA2 0 V C C [ 0 5 8] V ID[3 ] AE3 H _V I D 3 35 H2 4 V S S [ 05 9 ] V S S [ 1 4 0] A D1 6
V C C [ 0 5 9] V ID[4 ] H _V I D 4 35 V S S [ 06 0 ] V S S [ 1 4 1]
AB9 AF3 J2 A D1 9 C 84 C 83 C8 2 C8 0
A C1 0 V C C [ 0 6 0] V ID[5 ] AE2 H _V I D 5 35 J5 V S S [ 06 1 ] V S S [ 1 4 2] A D2 2
V C C [ 0 6 1] V ID[6 ] H _V I D 6 35 V S S [ 06 2 ] V S S [ 1 4 3]
AB1 0 J22 A D2 5 0 . 1 u _1 0 V _0 4 0 . 1 u_ 1 0V _ 0 4 0 . 1u _ 10 V _ 0 4 0. 0 1 u_ 5 0 V _0 4
AB1 2 V C C [ 0 6 2] J25 V S S [ 06 3 ] V S S [ 1 4 4] AE1
AB1 4 V C C [ 0 6 3] AF7 V CC S E NS E K1 V S S [ 06 4 ] V S S [ 1 4 5] AE4
V C C [ 0 6 4] V CC S E NS E V C C S E N S E 35 V S S [ 06 5 ] V S S [ 1 4 6] 1. 0 5 V S
AB1 5 K4 AE8 B P M2 _ #3
AB1 7 V C C [ 0 6 5] K2 3 V S S [ 06 6 ] V S S [ 1 47 ] / B P M _2 # [ 3] A E 11
V C C [ 0 6 6] V S S [ 06 7 ] V S S [ 1 4 8]
AB1 8 AE7 V S S S E NS E V S S S E NS E 3 5 K2 6 A E 14
V C C [ 0 6 7] V S S S E NS E L3 V S S [ 06 8 ] V S S [ 1 4 9] A E 16
S OC K E T G 47 9 P L6 V S S [ 06 9 ] V S S [ 1 5 0] A E 19
V S S [ 07 0 ] V S S [ 1 5 1]
. R3 3 7 R 33 5 L21 A E 23 C 1 14 C 11 3 C8 1 C 1 12
L24 V S S [ 07 1 ] V S S [ 1 5 2] A E 26
Layout note: V S S [ 07 2 ] V S S [ 1 5 3]
M2 A2 0 . 1 u _1 0 V _0 4 0 . 1 u_ 1 0V _ 0 4 0 . 1u _ 10 V _ 0 4 0. 0 1 u_ 5 0 V _0 4
1 0 0_ 1 % _0 4 M5 V S S [ 07 3 ] V S S [ 1 5 4] AF6
1 0 0_ 1 % _0 4 R out e VCC SEN SE an d V S S [ 07 4 ] V S S [ 1 5 5]
V C OR E M2 2 AF8
V SSS EN SE tra ce s a t 2 7. 4Oh m V S S [ 07 5 ] V S S [ 1 5 6]
M2 5 A F 11
w ith 5 0 m il sp aci ng. N 1 V S S [ 07 6 ] V S S [ 1 5 7] A F 13
N 4 V S S [ 07 7 ] V S S [ 1 5 8] A F 16
P lac e PU and P D w ith in 1
N2 3
V S S [ 07 8 ] V S S [ 1 5 9]
A F 19
+VCCP = 1.05V (0.997V~1.102V)
i nch o f C PU. N2 6 V S S [ 07 9 ] V S S [ 1 6 0] A F 21
V S S [ 08 0 ] V S S [ 1 6 1]
P3 A 25
V S S [ 08 1 ] V S S [ 1 6 2] A F 25
V S S [ 1 6 3]
S OC K E T G 4 79 P
PV T
.
RS V D _ A A 8 R6 6 *1 0m i l _s h ort

V _ T HRM RS V D _ A C8 R6 5 *1 0m i l _s h ort 2 , 1 3 , 19 , 2 2, 2 4 , 2 9, 3 2 , 33 , 3 4, 3 7 V D D 3
B P M2 _ # 3 R 3 42 *1 0m i l _s h ort 2 V _T H R M
3 .3 V S 2 C P U _ GT L R E F 2
1. 0 5 V S
C4 3 3 RS V D _ D8 R 3 46 2 , i5l _s
*1 0m , 9 h, 12ort, 1 3, 1 4 , 1 5, 1 6 , 19 , 2 0, 2 1 , 2 2, 2 3 , 24 , 2 5, 2 6 , 2 8, 3 0 , 32 , 3 3 , 35 , 3 6, 3 7 , 38 3 . 3 V S
9 , 13 , 1 6 , 21 , 2 3, 3 3 , 36 1 . 5 V S
1 . 0 5V S 2, 4 , 5 , 9 , 13 , 1 6, 1 8 , 33 1 . 0 5V S
*1 0 u_ 1 0 V _0 8 C P U _ GT L R E F 2 GT L R E F 2 _ C T R L R 3 45 *1 0m i l _s h ort
R5 8 R 71 35 V C OR E
*1 0K _ 0 4 R 33 2
U2 1 * 1 K _1 % _0 4 B R 1#
V CO RE
1 4 H _ TH E R M 2 R3 2 5 *0 _0 4 R 3 44
2 VD D T HE R M 6 H _ A LE R T 2 R3 2 4 *0 _0 4 *1 0K _ 0 4 * 10 m li _ s ho rt
2 H _ TH E R MD A 2 D + A L E RT P M_ TH R M# 2 , 1 5, 2 2

D
C4 3 2 *1 0 00 p _5 0 V _ 04 G TL R E F 2 _ C T R L B P Q6 R 70 1. 0 5 V S
3 7 Q1 4 G
D - S DA T A S MD _ T H E R M 1 2, 2 2
5 8 R 34 3 *1 0 K _0 4 *2 N 3 90 4 * 2 K _1 % _0 4 R 33 1 * 51 _ 1% _ 0 4
2 H _ TH E R MD C 2 G ND S CL K S MC _ T H E R M 1 2, 2 2 *2 N 70 0 2W

S
*A S C 75 2 5 C7 7 9 1 0 0p _ 04 2 T DI_ M R3 3 6 *0 _0 4
C7 8 0 1 0 0p _ 04
R3 3 0 *0 _0 4
2 T D O _M
PVT

B - 4 Penryn 2/2
Schematic Diagrams

Cantiga 1/6, Host

Pin Na me Str ap Description Co nfigur ation


000 = 10 66
010 = 80 0
CFG2: 0 FSB Fr eguency 011 = 66 7
U2 5 A Ot hers = Rese rved
A1 4 H_ A # 3 H _A #[ 3 5 : 3 ] 2
2 H _ D # [ 63 : 0 ] H _ A #_ 3
H _D #0 F2 C 15 H_ A # 4
H _D #1 G8 H_ D# _ 0 H _ A #_ 4 F16 H_ A # 5 CFG4: 3 Res erved
H _D #2 F8 H_ D# _ 1 H _ A #_ 5 H 13 H_ A # 6
H_ D# _ 2 H _ A #_ 6
H _D #3 E6 C 18 H_ A # 7 Low = DMI x2
H _D #4 G2 H_ D# _ 3 H _ A #_ 7 M 16 H_ A # 8
H_ D# _ 4 H _ A #_ 8 CFG5 DMI x2 Select High = DMI x4 (Defa ult)
H _D #5 H6 J13 H_ A # 9
H _D #6 H2 H_ D# _ 5 H _ A #_ 9 P1 6 H_ A # 1 0
H_ D# _ 6 H _ A # _1 0
H _D #7 F6 R 16 H_ A # 1 1 CFG6 I tegra ted Tr usted
n Low = The ITPM Host Inter face is e nabled
H _D #8 D4 H_ D# _ 7 H _ A # _1 1 N 17 H_ A # 1 2
H_ D# _ 8 H _ A # _1 2 Platfor m Module(ITPM) High = Disabled ( Def ault)
H _D #9 H3 M 13 H_ A # 1 3
H_ D# _ 9 H _ A # _1 3 Hos t n
I terf ace
H _D #10 M9 E1 7 H_ A # 1 4
H _D #11 M 11 H_ D# _ 1 0 H _ A # _1 4 P1 7 H_ A # 1 5
H_ D# _ 1 1 H _ A # _1 5
H _D #12 J1 F17 H_ A # 1 6 Low = In tel Ma nagement Engine Cr ypto Transp ort Lay er
H _D #13 J2 H_ D# _ 1 2 H _ A # _1 6 G 20 H_ A # 1 7
H_ D# _ 1 3 H _ A # _1 7 I tel Ma nagement
n Secur tiy (TLS) c p i h er suite w ith no c onfidentiality
H _D #14 N 12 B1 9 H_ A # 1 8 CFG7
H_ D# _ 1 4 H _ A # _1 8 Engine Crypt o

B.Schematic Diagrams
H _D #15 J6 J16 H_ A # 1 9 High = Intel Manag ement Engine Cry pto TLS cipher suite
H _D #16 P2 H_ D# _ 1 5 H _ A # _1 9 E2 0 H_ A # 2 0 Str ap
H_ D# _ 1 6 H _ A # _2 0 w ith conf d
i entiality ( def ault)
H _D #17 L2 H 16 H_ A # 2 1
H _D #18 R2 H_ D# _ 1 7 H _ A # _2 1 J20 H_ A # 2 2
H_ D# _ 1 8 H _ A # _2 2
H _D #19 N9 L17 H_ A # 2 3 CFG8 Res erved
H _D #20 L6 H_ D# _ 1 9 H _ A # _2 3 A1 7 H_ A # 2 4
H_ D# _ 2 0 H _ A # _2 4
H _D #21 M5 B1 7 H_ A # 2 5
H_ D# _ 2 1 H _ A # _2 5

Sheet 4 of 42
H _D #22 J3 L16 H_ A # 2 6 Low = Reve rse L anes, 15 ->0, 1 4->1 e tc
H _D #23 N2 H_ D# _ 2 2 H _ A # _2 6 C 21 H_ A # 2 7
H_ D# _ 2 3 H _ A # _2 7 CFG9 PCIe Gr aphics Lan e High = Normal ope ration ( defa ult ):
H _D #24 R1 J17 H_ A # 2 8
H _D #25 N5 H_ D# _ 2 4 H _ A # _2 8 H 20 H_ A # 2 9 L ane Numbered n i Or der
H_ D# _ 2 5 H _ A # _2 9

Cantiga 1/6, Host


H _D #26 N6 B1 8 H_ A # 3 0
H _D #27 P 13 H_ D# _ 2 6 H _ A # _3 0 K1 7 H_ A # 3 1
H_ D# _ 2 7 H _ A # _3 1 CFG10 PCIe Lo opback Low = Enabled
H _D #28 N8 B2 0 H_ A # 3 2
H _D #29 L7 H_ D# _ 2 8 H _ A # _3 2 F21 H_ A # 3 3 enable High = Disabled (d efault)
H _D #30 N 10 H_ D# _ 2 9 H _ A # _3 3 K2 1 H_ A # 3 4
Layout Notice: H _D #31 M3
H_ D# _ 3 0 H _ A # _3 4
L20 H_ A # 3 5
H_ D# _ 3 1 H _ A # _3 5 CFG11 Res erved
H _D #32 Y3
10 mils wide, 20 mils spacing H _D #33 A D 14
H_ D# _ 3 2
H 12
H _D #34 Y6 H_ D# _ 3 3 H _A D S # B1 6 H _A D S # 2
H_ D# _ 3 4 H _ A D S T B #_ 0 H _A D S T B # 0 2 CFG12 ALLZ Low = ALLZ mod e enabled
H _D #35 Y 10 G 17
M C H _ H R C O MP H _D #36 Y 12 H_ D# _ 3 5 H _ A D S T B #_ 1 A9 H _A D S T B # 1 2 High = Disabled (d efault)
H_ D# _ 3 6 H_ B N R# H _B N R # 2
H _D #37 Y 14 F11
H_ D# _ 3 7 H _B P R I # H _B P R I # 2
H _D #38 Y7 G 12 H _B R 0 # 2 CFG13 XOR Low = XOR mo de enab e ld
H_ D# _ 3 8 H _ B R E Q#

HOST
R 10 4 H _D #39 W2 E9
H_ D# _ 3 9 H_ DE F E R# H _D E F E R # 2 High = Disabled (d efault)
H _D #40 AA8 B1 0 H _D B S Y # 2
2 4. 9_ 1 % _ 04 H _D #41 Y9 H_ D# _ 4 0 H_ DB S Y # AH 7
H_ D# _ 4 1 HPL L _ CL K C L K _ MC H _ B C LK 18
H _D #42 A A 13 AH 6 CFG15 :14 Res erved
H _D #43 AA9 H_ D# _ 4 2 HP L L _ CL K # J11 C LK _M C H _ B C L K # 1 8
H_ D# _ 4 3 H_ DP W R# H _D P W R # 2
H _D #44 A A 11 F9
H_ D# _ 4 4 H_ D RD Y # H _D R D Y # 2
H _D #45 A D 11 H 9 H _H I T # 2 CFG16 FSB Dy namic ODT Low = Dyna mic ODT disabled
H _D #46 A D 10 H_ D# _ 4 5 H_ HIT # E1 2
H_ D# _ 4 6 H _H I T M# H _H I T M# 2 High = Dynamic ODT enabled ( defa ult)
H _D #47 A D 13 H 11 H _L O C K # 2
H _D #48 A E 12 H_ D# _ 4 7 H _L O C K # C 9
H_ D# _ 4 8 H_ T RD Y # H _T R D Y # 2
H _D #49 AE9 CFG18 :17 Res erved
Layout Notice: H _D #50 AA2 H_ D# _ 4 9
H _D #51 A D8 H_ D# _ 5 0
MCH_HSWING a 10 mils traces H _D #52 AA3
H_ D# _ 5 1
and 20 mils spacing H_ D# _ 5 2 Low = Nor mal opera tion (Default) :
H _D #53 A D3 J8
H_ D# _ 5 3 H _D IN V #_ 0 H _D IN V #0 2 L ane Nu mb ered n i Or der
H _D #54 A D7 L3 H _D IN V #1 2
H _D #55 A E 14 H_ D# _ 5 4 H _D IN V #_ 1 Y 13
H_ D# _ 5 5 H _D IN V #_ 2 H _D IN V #2 2 High = Rever se Lane s
H _D #56 AF3 Y 1 CFG19 DMI Lane Rever sal
1 .0 5 V S H _D #57 A C1 H_ D# _ 5 6 H _D IN V #_ 3 H _D IN V #3 2 DMIx 4 mode [( G)MCH->ICH]:
H _D #58 AE3 H_ D# _ 5 7 L10 ( 3->0 , 2-> 1, 1->2 and 0- >3)
H_ D# _ 5 8 H _ DS T B N #_ 0 H _D STBN #0 2
H _D #59 A C3 M7 H _D STBN #1 2 DMIx 2 mode [( G)MCH->ICH]:
H _D #60 A E 11 H_ D# _ 5 9 H _ DS T B N #_ 1 AA 5
H_ D# _ 6 0 H _ DS T B N #_ 2 H _D STBN #2 2 ( 3->0 , 2->1 )
R9 6 H _D #61 AE8 AE 6 H _D STBN #3 2
H _D #62 A G2 H_ D# _ 6 1 H _ DS T B N #_ 3
H_ D# _ 6 2
2 21 _ 1 % _0 4 H _D #63 A D6 L9
H_ D# _ 6 3 H_ DS TB P #_ 0 M8 H _D STBP# 0 2
H _D STBP# 1 2 Low = Only dig tia ldisplay port ( SDVO/DP/iHDMI)
H_ DS TB P #_ 1 AA 6
10mils H_ DS TB P #_ 2 H _D STBP# 2 2 Digital Display Port o r PCIe si o perat o
i n al( def ault)
M C H _H S W I N G C5 AE 5 H _D STBP# 3 2
M C H _H R C OM P E3 H_ S W IN G H_ DS TB P #_ 3 (SDVO/ DP/iHDMI) High = Digita ld s
i pa
l y port ( SDVO/DP/iHDMI)
H _ R C OM P H _R E Q #[ 4 : 0 ] 2
B1 5 H_ RE Q# 0 CFG20 Con curr ent w tih a nd PCIe a re op erating s m i ultaneo usly
1 . 0 5V S R9 5 C 1 36 H _ RE Q #_ 0 K1 3 H_ RE Q# 1
H _ RE Q #_ 1 PCIe va i t he PEG por t
F13 H_ RE Q# 2
1 00 _ 1 % _0 4 0 . 1 u _ 10 V _ 0 4 H _ RE Q #_ 2 B1 3 H_ RE Q# 3
C 12 H _ RE Q #_ 3 B1 4 H_ RE Q# 4
2 H_ C P UR ST # H _ C P U R S T# H _ RE Q #_ 4
R 91 2 H _ CP U S L P # E 11
H_ CP U S L P # B6
H _ R S #_ 0 H _R S # 0 2
1 K _ 1 % _0 4 F12 H _R S # 1 2
H _ R S #_ 1 C 8
10mils 100mil Z0401 A 11
H _ R S #_ 2 H _R S # 2 2
B 11 H_ A V R E F
H_ DV R E F
C A N T I GA
R 90 C 1 28

2 K _ 1 % _0 4 * 0 . 1u _ 1 0 V _0 4

D VT: Del C127

2 , 3 , 5 , 9 , 1 3, 16 , 1 8 , 3 3 1. 0 5 V S

Cantiga 1/6, Host B - 5


Schematic Diagrams

Cantiga 2/6, PEG

DMI X2 se lect 37 P E G_T X P 0[ . . 1 5] P E G_ TX P [ 0. . 1 5]


37 P E G_T X N [ 0. . 1 5 ] P E G_ TX N [ 0 . . 15 ]
Lo w = X 2 3 7 P E G_ R X P [ 0. . 1 5] P E G_ R X P[ 0 . . 15 ]
MC H _C F G _5 H i gh =X 4(D ef au tl ) U 25 B 37 P E G_R XN [ 0 . . 1 5] P E G_ R X N [ 0. . 1 5] U 2 5C

Z 0 50 1 M3 6 RS V D1
R 36 6 Z 0 50 2 N3 6 AP2 4 M_ C LK _ D D R 0 1 0
RS V D2 S A_ C K _ 0

DDR C LK/ CON TROL/C OMPENSA TION


Z 0 50 3 R3 3 A T 21 M_ C LK _ D D R 1 1 0 Z 0 57 2 L 32 R 12 8
* 2. 2 1K _ 1 %_ 04 Z 0 50 4 T33 RS V D3 S A_ C K _ 1 AV2 4 G 32 L_ B K LT _C TR L T 37 P E G _C O MP
RS V D4 S B_ C K _ 0 M_ C LK _ D D R 2 1 1 12 G M_B L ON L_ B K LT _E N P E G_ C OMP I V CC_ P E G
Z 0 50 5 AH 9 AU2 0 R 12 0 * 10 K _0 4 L _C TR L _ C LK M 32 T 36
Z 0 50 6 AH1 0 RS V D5 S B_ C K _ 1 M_ C LK _ D D R 3 1 1 3 . 3V S L_ C T R L_ C L K P E G_C OMP O 4 9 . 9_ 1% _0 4
RS V D6
Z 0 50 7 AH1 2 AR2 4 M_ C LK _ D D R 0# 10 R 11 5 * 10 K _0 4 L _C TR L _ D A TA M 33
Z 0 50 8 AH1 3 RS V D7 S A _C K #_ 0 AR2 1 K 33 L_ C T R L_ D A T A H4 4 P E G_ R X N 0
RS V D8 S A _C K #_ 1 M_ C LK _ D D R 1# 10 1 2 GM _E D I D _ C L K L_ D D C _C L K P E G_ R X #_ 0
Z 0 50 9 K1 2 AU2 4 J 33 J 46 P E G_ R X N 1
RS V D9 S B _C K #_ 0 AV2 0 M_ C LK _ D D R 2# 11 1 2 GM _E D I D _ D A T A L_ D D C _D A T A P E G_ R X #_ 1 L 44 P E G_ R X N 2
PCIe Graphics L ane S B _C K #_ 1 M_ C LK _ D D R 3# 11 P E G_ R X #_ 2 L 40 P E G_ R X N 3
P E G_ R X #_ 3
L ow = R ev e rs e L an es S A _C K E _ 0 BC2 8 M_ C K E 0 10 12 GM _E N A V D D M 29 L_ V D D _ E N P E G_ R X #_ 4 N4 1 P E G_ R X N 4
H i gh = N orm a l AY2 8 M_ C K E 1 10 R8 2 *2 . 37 K _1 % _0 4 Z 0 57 3 C 44 P4 8 P E G_ R X N 5
Z 0 51 0 T24 S A _C K E _ 1 AY3 6 Z 0 57 4 B 43 LV D S _ I B G P E G_ R X #_ 5 N4 4 P E G_ R X N 6
Op era t i on (D e f au l t ) RS V D1 4 S B _C K E _ 0 M_ C K E 2 11 LV D S _ V B G P E G_ R X #_ 6
BB3 6 R9 3 *0 _0 4 Z 0 57 5 E 37 T 43 P E G_ R X N 7
MC H _C F G _9 Z 0 51 1 B3 1 S B _C K E _ 1 M_ C K E 3 11 R9 8 *0 _0 4 Z 0 57 6 E 38 LV D S _ V R E F H P E G_ R X #_ 7 U4 3 P E G_ R X N 8

RSVD
RS V D1 5 BA1 7 GM_ LV D S _L C L KN C 41 LV D S _ V R E F L P E G_ R X #_ 8 Y4 3 P E G_ R X N 9

LV DS
S A _C S #_ 0 M_ C S 0# 10 1 2 GM_ LV D S _ LC LK N LV D S A _ C L K # P E G_ R X #_ 9
Z 0 51 2 M1 AY1 6 M_ C S 1# 10 1 2 GM_ LV D S _ LC LK P GM_ LV D S _L C L KP C 40 Y4 8 P E G_ R X N 1 0
R 36 2 RS V D1 7 S A _C S #_ 1 AV1 6 GM_ LV D S _U C LK N B 37 LV D S A _ C L K P E G _R X # _1 0 Y3 6 P E G_ R X N 1 1
S B _C S #_ 0 M_ C S 2# 11 1 2 GM_ LV D S _ U C L K N LV D S B _ C L K # P E G _R X # _1 1
AR1 3 1 2 GM_ LV D S _ U C L K P GM_ LV D S _U C LK P A 37 AA4 3 P E G_ R X N 1 2
* 2. 2 1K _ 1 %_ 04 Z 0 51 3 AY2 1 S B _C S #_ 1 M_ C S 3# 11 LV D S B _ C L K P E G _R X # _1 2 A D3 7 P E G_ R X N 1 3
RS V D2 0 BD1 7 GM_ LV D S _L 0N H 47 P E G _R X # _1 3 A C4 7 P E G_ R X N 1 4
S A _OD T_ 0 M_ OD T 0 10 1 2 G M_ LV D S _ L0 N LV D S A _ D A T A# _ 0 P E G _R X # _1 4
AY1 7 GM_ LV D S _L 1N E 46 A D3 9 P E G_ R X N 1 5
B.Schematic Diagrams

S A _OD T_ 1 M_ OD T 1 10 1 2 G M_ LV D S _ L1 N LV D S A _ D A T A# _ 1 P E G _R X # _1 5
Z 0 51 4 B2 BF 1 5 M_ OD T 2 11 1 2 G M_ LV D S _ L2 N GM_ LV D S _L 2N G 40
Z 0 51 5 B G2 3 RS V D2 1 S B _OD T_ 0 AY1 3 A 40 LV D S A _ D A T A# _ 2 H4 3 P E G_ R X P 0
Z 0 51 6 BF 2 3 RS V D2 2 S B _OD T_ 1 M_ OD T 3 11 LV D S A _ D A T A# _ 3 P EG _R X_ 0 J 44 P E G_ R X P 1
RS V D2 3 P EG _R X_ 1

GR AP HIC S
MC H _C F G _1 2 ALLZ Z 0 51 7 BH1 8 B G2 2 S M_ R C OM P GM_ LV D S _L 0P H 48 L 43 P E G_ R X P 2
Z 0 51 8 BF 1 8 RS V D2 4 S M_ R C OMP BH2 1 S M_ R C OM P# 1 2 G M_ LV D S _ L0 P GM_ LV D S _L 1P D 45 LV D S A _ D A T A_ 0 P EG _R X_ 2 L 41 P E G_ R X P 3
RS V D2 5 S M_ R C O MP # 1 2 G M_ LV D S _ L1 P LV D S A _ D A T A_ 1 P EG _R X_ 3
1 2 G M_ LV D S _ L2 P GM_ LV D S _L 2P F 40 N4 0 P E G_ R X P 4
R 12 2 L ow = A LL Z mo de en a bl ed BF 2 8 S M_ R C OM P_ V OH B 40 LV D S A _ D A T A_ 2 P EG _R X_ 4 P4 7 P E G_ R X P 5
H i gh = D si a bl e (D ef au tl ) S M_ R C OM P_ V OH BH2 8 S M_ R C OM P_ V OL LV D S A _ D A T A_ 3 P EG _R X_ 5 N4 3 P E G_ R X P 6
* 2. 2 1K _ 1 %_ 04 S M _R C OMP _ V OL GM_ LV D S _U 0 N A 41 P EG _R X_ 6 T 42 P E G_ R X P 7
1 2 G M_ LV D S _ U 0 N

Sheet 5 of 42
AV4 2 M_ V R E F _M C H GM_ LV D S _U 1 N H 38 LV D S B _ D A T A# _ 0 P EG _R X_ 7 U4 2 P E G_ R X P 8
S M_V R EF 1 2 G M_ LV D S _ U 1 N LV D S B _ D A T A# _ 1 P EG _R X_ 8
S M _P W R OK AR3 6 Z 05 6 1 R 20 7 * 10 mi l _s ho rt 1. 5 V _P W R G D 15 , 3 1 1 2 G M_ LV D S _ U 2 N GM_ LV D S _U 2 N G 37 LV D S B _ D A T A# _ 2 P EG _R X_ 9 Y4 2 P E G_ R X P 9
BF 1 7 Z 05 6 2 R 15 5 49 9_ 1 %_ 04 J 37 W47 P E G_ R X P 10
S M_ R E X T BC3 6 LV D S B _ D A T A# _ 3 P E G_ R X _1 0 Y3 7 P E G_ R X P 11
D D R 3 _ D R A MR S T # 1 0 , 11

Cantiga 2/6, PEG


MC H _ C F G_ 13 S M_D R A MR S T # GM_ LV D S _U 0 P B 42 P E G_ R X _1 1 AA4 2 P E G_ R X P 12
1 2 G M_ LV D S _ U 0 P LV D S B _ D A T A_ 0 P E G_ R X _1 2
XOR B3 8 GM_ LV D S _U 1 P G 38 A D3 6 P E G_ R X P 13
D P L L_ R E F _ C LK C L K_ D R E F 1 8 1 2 G M_ LV D S _ U 1 P LV D S B _ D A T A_ 1 P E G_ R X _1 3
D P LL _R E F_ C L K # A3 8 C L K_ D R E F # 18 1 2 G M_ LV D S _ U 2 P GM_ LV D S _U 2 P F 37 LV D S B _ D A T A_ 2 P E G_ R X _1 4 A C4 8 P E G_ R X P 14
R 12 9 L ow = XOR mo de e na bl e d E4 1 C L K_ D R E F _ S S 18 K 37 A D4 0 P E G_ R X P 15
D P L L _R E F _ S S C LK LV D S B _ D A T A_ 3 P E G_ R X _1 5

PC I- EXP RE SS
H i gh = D si a bl e (D ef au tl ) F41 C L K_ D R E F _ S S # 1 8
* 2. 2 1K _ 1 %_ 04 D P LL _ R E F _S S C L K # J 41 G TN 0 C 1 55 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X N 0
F43 P E G_T X #_ 0 M4 6 G TN 1 C 1 74 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X N 1

ME J TAG
ME _ J_ TC K AL 3 4 P E G_ C LK E4 3 C L K_ P C I E _ 3GP L L 1 8 D VT : F or P M R 10 1 0 _ 04 Z 05 8 1 F 25 P E G_T X #_ 1 M4 7 G TN 2 C 1 53 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X N 2

CLK
ME _ JT A G_ TC K P E G_ C L K # C L K_ P C I E _ 3GP L L # 1 8 TV A _ D A C P E G_T X #_ 2
R 10 5 0 _ 04 Z 05 8 2 H 25 M4 0 G TN 3 C 1 72 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X N 3
ME _ J_ TD I A K 3 4 R 11 1 0 _ 04 Z 05 8 3 K 25 TV B _ D A C P E G_T X #_ 3 M4 2 G TN 4 C 1 51 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X N 4
clo ck u n-ga ting ME _ JT A G_ TD I TV C _ D A C P E G_T X #_ 4 R4 8 G TN 5 C 1 70 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X N 5

TV
ME _ J_ TD O A N 3 5 AE4 1 H 24 P E G_T X #_ 5 N3 8 G TN 6 C 1 49 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X N 6
ME _ JT A G_ TD O D M I _R X N _ 0 AE3 7 D MI _ TX N 0 14 TV _ R T N P E G_T X #_ 6 T 40 G TN 7 C 1 68 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X N 7
D M I _R X N _ 1 D MI _ TX N 1 14 P E G_T X #_ 7
FSBDyn amic ODT ME _ J_ TM S A M3 5 ME _ JT A G_ TM S D M I _R X N _ 2 AE4 7 D MI _ TX N 2 14 P E G_T X #_ 8 U3 7 G TN 8 C 1 47 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X N 8
AH3 9 D MI _ TX N 3 14 D V T: F o r P M U4 0 G TN 9 C 1 67 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X N 9
L ow = di sa b el D M I _R X N _ 3 C 31 P E G_T X #_ 9 Y4 0 G TN 10 C 1 46 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X N 10
H i gh = en ab l e(D e f a ul t ) AE4 0 R 11 9 0 _ 04 E 32 TV _ D C ON S EL _ 0 P E G_ TX # _1 0 A A 4 6G TN 11 C 1 64 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X N 11
T25 D MI _R XP _ 0 AE3 8 D MI _ TX P 0 1 4 R 11 3 0 _ 04 TV _ D C ON S EL _ 1 P E G_ TX # _1 1 A A 3 7G TN 12 C 1 62 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X N 12
18 MC H _B S E L 0 R2 5 C F G_ 0 D MI _R XP _ 1 AE4 8 D MI _ TX P 1 1 4 R 10 3 0 _ 04 P E G_ TX # _1 2 A A 4 0G TN 13 C 1 42 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X N 13
18 MC H _B S E L 1 C F G_ 1 D MI _R XP _ 2 D MI _ TX P 2 1 4 P E G_ TX # _1 3
MC H _ C F G_ 1 6 18 MC H _B S E L 2 P2 5 AH4 0 D MI _ TX P 3 1 4 A D 4 3G TN 14 C 1 61 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X N 14
MC H _ C F G_ 3 P2 0 C F G_ 2 D MI _R XP _ 3 P E G_ TX # _1 4 A C 4 6G TN 15 C 1 44 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X N 15
MC H _ C F G_ 4 P2 4 C F G_ 3 AE3 5 P E G_ TX # _1 5
R 11 0 MC H _ C F G_ 5 C2 5 C F G_ 4 D MI _ TX N _ 0 AE4 3 D MI _ R X N 0 1 4 E 28 J 42 G TP 0 C 1 56 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X P0
MC H _ C F G_ 6 N2 4 C F G_ 5 D MI _ TX N _ 1 AE4 6 D MI _ R X N 1 1 4 28 GM_ D A C _ B C R T _B L U E P E G_ T X_ 0 L 46 G TP 1 C 1 75 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X P1
C F G_ 6 D MI _ TX N _ 2 D MI _ R X N 2 1 4 P E G_ T X_ 1
* 2. 2 1K _ 1 %_ 04 MC H _ C F G_ 7 M2 4 C F G_ 7 D MI _ TX N _ 3 AH4 2 D MI _ R X N 3 1 4 28 GM_ D A C _ G G 28 C R T _G R E E N P E G_ T X_ 2 M4 8 G TP 2 C 1 54 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X P2
MC H _ C F G_ 8 E2 1 M3 9 G TP 3 C 1 73 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X P3
MC H _ C F G_ 9 C2 3 C F G_ 8 AD3 5 J 28 P E G_ T X_ 3 M4 3 G TP 4 C 1 52 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X P4

CFG

DMI
MC H _ C F G_ 1 0 C2 4 C F G_ 9 D M I _T XP _ 0 AE4 4 D MI _ R X P0 1 4 28 GM_ D A C _ R C R T _R ED P E G_ T X_ 4 R4 7 G TP 5 C 1 71 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X P5

VG A
MC H _ C F G_ 1 1 N2 1 C F G_ 1 0 D M I _T XP _ 1 AF 4 6 D MI _ R X P1 1 4 G 29 P E G_ T X_ 5 N3 7 G TP 6 C 1 50 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X P6
MC H _ C F G_ 1 2 P2 1 C F G_ 1 1 D M I _T XP _ 2 AH4 3 D MI _ R X P2 1 4 C R T _I R T N P E G_ T X_ 6 T 39 G TP 7 C 1 69 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X P7
DMI Ln e Reversal C F G_ 1 2 D M I _T XP _ 3 D MI _ R X P3 1 4 P E G_ T X_ 7
3. 3 V S MC H _ C F G_ 1 3 T21 2 8 GM_ D D C _ C L K H 32 U3 6 G TP 8 C 1 48 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X P8
L ow = N orm al o pe rat i o n(D e f a ul t ) MC H _ C F G_ 1 4 R2 0 C F G_ 1 3 J 32 C R T _D D C _ C LK P E G_ T X_ 8 U3 9 G TP 9 C 1 66 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X P9
C F G_ 1 4 2 8 GM_ D D C _ D A T A C R T _D D C _ D A TA P E G_ T X_ 9
H i gh = R ev e rse L an es MC H _ C F G_ 1 5 M2 0 R 80 * 30 . 1_ 1 %_ 04 CH J 29 Y3 9 G TP 1 0 C 1 45 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X P1 0
R7 9 MC H _ C F G_ 1 6 L21 C F G_ 1 5 2 8 G M_ D A C _ H S Y N C R 94 0 _ 04 Z 05 8 5 E 29 C R T _H SY N C P E G_T X _1 0 Y4 6 G TP 1 1 C 1 65 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X P1 1
MC H _ C F G_ 1 7 H2 1 C F G_ 1 6 CV L 29 C R T _T V O_ I R E F P E G_T X _1 1 A A 3 6G TP 1 2 C 1 63 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X P1 2
C F G_ 1 7 C R T _V S Y N C P E G_T X _1 2
*4 . 02 K _1 % _0 4 MC H _ C F G_ 1 8 P2 9 A A 3 9G TP 1 3 C 1 41 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X P1 3

GRAPH ICS VID


C F G_ 1 8 P E G_T X _1 3
MC H _ C F G_ 1 9 R2 8 R 75 * 30 . 1_ 1 %_ 04 A D 4 2G TP 1 4 C 1 60 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X P1 4
MC H _ C F G_ 2 0 T28 C F G_ 1 9 B3 3 2 8 G M_ D A C _ VS Y N C P E G_T X _1 4 A D 4 6G TP 1 5 C 1 43 0. 1 u_ 1 0V _ 04 P E G_T X P1 5
MC H _C F G _1 9 C F G_ 2 0 GF X _V I D _ 0 B3 2 D F GT _ V D
I _0 30 P E G_T X _1 5
GF X _V I D _ 1 G3 3 D F GT _ V D
I _1 30 R 81 0 _ 04 CH
GF X _V I D _ 2 D F GT _ V D
I _2 30 1 .5 V
GF X _V I D _ 3 F33 D F GT _ V D
I _3 30 R 74 0 _ 04 CV C A N T I GA
15 PM _S Y N C # R2 9 E3 3 D F GT _ V D
I _4 30
B7 P M_ S Y N C # GF X _V I D _ 4 R 12 7 0 _ 04 L _C TR L _ C LK 1 . 5V 1 . 5V
2 , 13 , 35 H _ D P R S T P # P M_ D P R S T P #
P M_ EX T TS 0 # N 3 3 R 11 2 0 _ 04 L _C TR L _ D A TA
10 PM _E X TT S 0# P M_ EX T TS 1 # P 3 2 P M_ E XT _T S # _0 R 11 4 0 _ 04 GM _E D I D _C L K R1 6 4
11 PM _E X TT S 1# AT 4 0 P M_ E XT _T S # _1 C3 4 R 85 0 _ 04 GM _E D I D _D A T A R 15 7 R 16 1

PM
15 , 35 D E LA Y _P W R GD P W R OK GF X _ VR _E N D F GT _ V R _E N 3 0
1 4, 2 2, 3 7 , 38 P LT _R S T# P M_ R S TI N # AT 1 1 1K _ 1% _0 4
RS T IN# 1. 0 5V M
2 , 1 3 P M_ TH R MT R I P # R1 4 8 1 00 _ 1% _0 4 Z 0 53 4 T 2 0
T H E R MT R I P # For PM 80 . 6_ 1 %_ 04 S M_ R C O MP _V OH
R1 2 6 *1 0m i _l s ho rt Z 0 53 5 R 3 2
15 , 3 5 P M_ D P R S L P VR R3 5 9 0 _0 4 DPRSL P VR 1 0 K _1 %_ 04 C 2 51 C 25 5
AH3 7 M_V R EF _ MC H S M _R C OMP
C L _ C LK C L_ C L K0 1 5
C L_ D A TA AH3 6 C L_ D A TA 0 15 R 1 47 0 . 01 u_ 5 0V _ 04 2 . 2u _6 . 3V _ 0 6 R1 6 2
P M_ N C 1 B G4 8 AN3 6 MP W R OK 1 5 S M_R C OMP #
P M_ N C 2 BF 4 8 NC _1 C L _P W R OK A J 35 1 K _ 1% _0 4 C 25 3 R 15 6 3. 0 1K _ 1% _ 04
Digital Dispaly Po rt Con cu rrent wiht PCie P M_ N C 3 BD4 8 NC _2 C L_ R S T # AH3 4 C L _R ST # 0 1 5 C L _V R E F
ME

2. 2 u _6 . 3V _ 06
3. 3 V S L o w= On l y(D ef a u tl ) P M_ N C 4 BC4 8 NC _3 C L _V R EF R 16 0 S M _R C OMP _ VO L
H gi h= s m
i ul t a ne ou s yl P M_ N C 5 BH4 7 NC _4 C2 1 0 1 0 K _1 %_ 04
NC _5
P M_ N C 6 B G4 7 R 14 6 80 . 6_ 1 %_ 04 C 2 52 C 25 4 R1 6 3
R 3 67 P M_ N C 7 BE4 7 NC _6 N2 8 D D P C _C T _ C LK 0 . 1u _1 0 V _0 4
P M_ N C 8 BH4 6 NC _7 D D P C _ C T R L C LK M2 8 D D P C _C T _ D A TA 5 1 1_ 1% _ 04 1K _ 1% _0 4
*4 . 02 K _1 % _0 4 P M_ N C 9 BF 4 6 NC _8 D D P C _ C T R L D A TA G3 6 S D V O_ C T _C L K 3. 3 V S 0 . 01 u_ 5 0V _ 04 2. 2 u_ 6 . 3V _ 06
P M_ N C 1 0 B G4 5 NC _9 S D V O_ C T R L C LK E3 6 S D V O_ C T _D A T A 3. 3 V S
NC

NC _1 0 S D V O_ C T R L D A TA
P M_ N C 1 1 BH4 4 NC _1 1 C L KR E Q# K3 6 MC H _C L K R E Q# MC H _ C L K R E Q# 18
MC H _C F G _2 0 P M_ N C 1 2 BH4 3 H3 6 MC H _ I C H _S Y N C # 1 5
P M_ N C 1 3 BH 6 NC _1 2 I C H _S Y N C # R7 2 R7 8 R7 7
MISC

P M_ N C 1 4 BH 5 NC _1 3 1 . 0 5V S
ITPM Hos t Interface P M_ N C 1 5 BG 4 NC _1 4 B 1 2 MC H _ TS A T N # R 3 68 5 6_ 04 3 . 3V S
L ow = I n te rf a ce i s e na b el P M_ N C 1 6 BH 3 NC _1 5 TS A T N #
NC _1 6
MC H _ C F G_ 6 H gi h= di s ab l e(D e f a ul t ) P M_ N C 1 7 BF 3 *1 K _0 4 *1 K _0 4 1 0K _ 1% _ 04 P M _E X TT S 0# R 12 1 1 0K _ 0 4
P M_ N C 1 8 BH 2 NC _1 7 MC H _ T H E R M 2 2
P M_ N C 1 9 BG 2 NC _1 8 B2 8 Z0 5 67 P M _E X TT S 1# R 12 5 1 0K _ 0 4
NC _1 9 H D A _ B C LK

1
R 36 4 P M_ N C 2 0 BE2 B3 0 Z0 5 68
NC _2 0 H D A_ R S T #

C
P M_ N C 2 1 BG 1 B2 9 Z0 5 69 RT 1
NC _2 1 H D A _S D I
* 2. 2 1K _ 1% _ 04 P M_ N C 2 2 BF 1 NC _2 2 H D A_ S D O C2 9 Z0 5 70 B N TC _ 1 00 K _0 6
P M_ N C 2 3 BD 1 A2 8 Z0 5 71 Q2 1
NC _2 3 HDA _ S Y NC
HDA

C
P M_ N C 2 4 BC 1 *2 N 3 90 4

2
P M_ N C 2 5 F1 NC _2 4 MC H _T S A TN # B

E
NC _2 5 Q5 1
MC H _ C F G_ 7 R 3 63 *2 . 21 K _ 1% _0 6 S D V O_ C T_ C L K R 1 0 9 *1 0 mi _l s ho rt *2 N 3 90 4
C A N TI G A S D V O_ C T_ D A T A R 1 0 8 *1 0 mi _l s ho rt

E
MC H _ C F G_ 1 0R 3 65 *2 . 21 K _ 1% _0 6 2 , 3, 4 , 9, 1 3, 1 6 ,1 8 , 33 1. 0 5V S
For PM 7 ,9 , 1 0, 1 1, 2 7 ,3 1 , 33 1. 5 V

2 , 3, 9 , 12 , 13 , 1 4, 1 5, 1 6 ,1 9 , 20 , 21 , 22 , 2 3, 2 4, 2 5 ,2 6 , 28 , 30 , 32 , 3 3, 3 5, 3 6 ,3 7 , 38 3. 3 V S

B - 6 Cantiga 2/6, PEG


Schematic Diagrams

Cantiga 3/6, DDR

U25E
11 M_B_DQ[63:0]
U25D M_B_DQ0 AK47 BC16
10 M_A_DQ[6
3: 0] SB_DQ_0 SB_BS_0 M_B_BS0# 11
M_A_DQ0 AJ38 BD21 M_B_DQ1 AH46 BB17
SA_DQ_0 SA_BS_0 M_A_BS0# 10 SB_DQ_1 SB_BS_1 M_B_BS1# 11
M_A_DQ1 AJ41 BG18 M_A_BS1# 10 M_B_DQ2 AP47 BB33 M_B_BS2# 11
M_A_DQ2 AN38 SA_DQ_1 SA_BS_1 AT25 M_B_DQ3 AP46 SB_DQ_2 SB_BS_2
SA_DQ_2 SA_BS_2 M_A_BS2# 10 SB_DQ_3
M_A_DQ3 AM38 M_B_DQ4 AJ46
M_A_DQ4 AJ36 SA_DQ_3 BB20 M_B_DQ5 AJ48 SB_DQ_4 AU17
SA_DQ_4 SA_RAS# M_A_RAS# 10 SB_DQ_5 SB_RAS# M_B_RAS# 11

B.Schematic Diagrams
M_A_DQ5 AJ40 BD20 M_B_DQ6 AM48 BG16
SA_DQ_5 SA_CAS# M_A_CAS# 10 SB_DQ_6 SB_CAS# M_B_CAS# 11
M_A_DQ6 AM44 AY20 M_B_DQ7 AP48 BF14
SA_DQ_6 SA_WE# M_A_WE# 10 SB_DQ_7 SB_WE# M_B_WE# 11
M_A_DQ7 AM42 M_B_DQ8 AU47
SA_DQ_7 SB_DQ_8
M_A_DQ8 AN43 M_B_DQ9 AU46
M_A_DQ9 AN44 SA_DQ_8 M_B_DQ10 BA48 SB_DQ_9
M_A_DQ10 AU40 SA_DQ_9 M_B_DQ11 AY48 SB_DQ_10
M_A_DQ11 AT38 SA_DQ_10 AM37 M_B_DQ12 AT47 SB_DQ_11 AM47

Sheet 6 of 42
SA_DQ_11 SA_DM_0 M_A_DM0 10 SB_DQ_12 SB_DM_0 M_B_DM0 1
1
M_A_DQ12 AN41 AT41 M_B_DQ13 AR47 AY47
SA_DQ_12 SA_DM_1 M_A_DM1 10 SB_DQ_13 SB_DM_1 M_B_DM1 1
1
M_A_DQ13 AN39 AY41 M_B_DQ14 BA47 BD40
SA_DQ_13 SA_DM_2 M_A_DM2 10 SB_DQ_14 SB_DM_2 M_B_DM2 1
1
M_A_DQ14 AU44 AU39 M_B_DQ15 BC47 BF35

Cantiga 3/6, DDR


SA_DQ_14 SA_DM_3 M_A_DM3 10 SB_DQ_15 SB_DM_3 M_B_DM3 1
1
M_A_DQ15 AU42 BB12 M_A_DM4 10 M_B_DQ16 BC46 BG11 M_B_DM4 1
1
M_A_DQ16 AV39 SA_DQ_15 SA_DM_4 AY6 M_B_DQ17 BC44 SB_DQ_16 SB_DM_4 BA3
SA_DQ_16 SA_DM_5 M_A_DM5 10 SB_DQ_17 SB_DM_5 M_B_DM5 1
1
M_A_DQ17 AY44 AT7 M_B_DQ18 BG43 AP1
SA_DQ_17 SA_DM_6 M_A_DM6 10 SB_DQ_18 SB_DM_6 M_B_DM6 1
1
A

B
M_A_DQ18 BA40 AJ5 M_B_DQ19 BF43 AK2
SA_DQ_18 SA_DM_7 M_A_DM7 10 SB_DQ_19 SB_DM_7 M_B_DM7 1
1
M_A_DQ19 BD43 M_B_DQ20 BE45
SA_DQ_19 SB_DQ_20
M_A_DQ20 AV41 AJ44 M_B_DQ21 BC41 AL47
SA_DQ_20 SA_DQS_0 M_A_DQS0 10 SB_DQ_21 SB_DQS_0 M_B_DQ S0 11
M_A_DQ21 AY43 AT44 M_B_DQ22 BF40 AV48
SA_DQ_21 SA_DQS_1 M_A_DQS1 10 SB_DQ_22 SB_DQS_1 M_B_DQ S1 11
M_A_DQ22 BB41 BA43 M_A_DQS2 10 M_B_DQ23 BF41 BG41 M_B_DQ S2 11
SA_DQ_22 SA_DQS_2 SB_DQ_23 SB_DQS_2
M EMORY

ME MORY
M_A_DQ23 BC40 BC37 M_B_DQ24 BG38 BG37
SA_DQ_23 SA_DQS_3 M_A_DQS3 10 SB_DQ_24 SB_DQS_3 M_B_DQ S3 11
M_A_DQ24 AY37 AW12 M_B_DQ25 BF38 BH9
SA_DQ_24 SA_DQS_4 M_A_DQS4 10 SB_DQ_25 SB_DQS_4 M_B_DQ S4 11
M_A_DQ25 BD38 BC8 M_B_DQ26 BH35 BB2
SA_DQ_25 SA_DQS_5 M_A_DQS5 10 SB_DQ_26 SB_DQS_5 M_B_DQ S5 11
M_A_DQ26 AV37 AU8 M_B_DQ27 BG35 AU1
SA_DQ_26 SA_DQS_6 M_A_DQS6 10 SB_DQ_27 SB_DQS_6 M_B_DQ S6 11
M_A_DQ27 AT36 AM7 M_B_DQ28 BH40 AN6
SA_DQ_27 SA_DQS_7 M_A_DQS7 10 SB_DQ_28 SB_DQS_7 M_B_DQ S7 11
M_A_DQ28 AY38 AJ43 M_B_DQ29 BG39 AL46
SA_DQ_28 SA_DQS#_0 M_A_DQS0# 10 SB_DQ_29 SB_DQS#_0 M_B_DQ S0# 11
M_A_DQ29 BB38 AT43 M_A_DQS1# 10 M_B_DQ30 BG34 AV47 M_B_DQ S1# 11
M_A_DQ30 AV36 SA_DQ_29 SA_DQS#_1 BA44 M_B_DQ31 BH34 SB_DQ_30 SB_DQS#_1 BH41
SA_DQ_30 SA_DQS#_2 M_A_DQS2# 10 SB_DQ_31 SB_DQS#_2 M_B_DQ S2# 11
M_A_DQ31 AW36 BD37 M_B_DQ32 BH14 BH37
SA_DQ_31 SA_DQS#_3 M_A_DQS3# 10 SB_DQ_32 SB_DQS#_3 M_B_DQ S3# 11
M_A_DQ32 BD13 AY12 M_B_DQ33 BG12 BG9
SA_DQ_32 SA_DQS#_4 M_A_DQS4# 10 SB_DQ_33 SB_DQS#_4 M_B_DQ S4# 11
M_A_DQ33 AU11 BD8 M_B_DQ34 BH11 BC2
SA_DQ_33 SA_DQS#_5 M_A_DQS5# 10 SB_DQ_34 SB_DQS#_5 M_B_DQ S5# 11
M_A_DQ34 BC11 AU9 M_B_DQ35 BG8 AT2
SA_DQ_34 SA_DQS#_6 M_A_DQS6# 10 SB_DQ_35 SB_DQS#_6 M_B_DQ S6# 11
M_A_DQ35 BA12 AM8 M_B_DQ36 BH12 AN5
SYS TEM

SYST EM
SA_DQ_35 SA_DQS#_7 M_A_DQS7# 10 SB_DQ_36 SB_DQS#_7 M_B_DQ S7# 11
M_A_DQ36 AU13 M_A_A[14:0] 10 M_B_DQ37 BF11 M_B_A[14:0] 11
M_A_DQ37 AV13 SA_DQ_36 BA21 M_A_A0 M_B_DQ38 BF8 SB_DQ_37 AV17 M_B_A0
M_A_DQ38 BD12 SA_DQ_37 SA_MA_0 BC24 M_A_A1 M_B_DQ39 BG7 SB_DQ_38 SB_
MA_0 BA25 M_B_A1
M_A_DQ39 BC12 SA_DQ_38 SA_MA_1 BG24 M_A_A2 M_B_DQ40 BC5 SB_DQ_39 SB_
MA_1 BC25 M_B_A2
SA_DQ_39 SA_MA_2 SB_DQ_40 SB_
MA_2
M_A_DQ40 BB9 BH24 M_A_A3 M_B_DQ41 BC6 AU25 M_B_A3
SA_DQ_40 SA_MA_3 SB_DQ_41 SB_
MA_3
M_A_DQ41 BA9 BG25 M_A_A4 M_B_DQ42 AY3 AW25 M_B_A4
SA_DQ_41 SA_MA_4 SB_DQ_42 SB_
MA_4
M_A_DQ42 AU10 BA24 M_A_A5 M_B_DQ43 AY1 BB28 M_B_A5
SA_DQ_42 SA_MA_5 SB_DQ_43 SB_
MA_5
M_A_DQ43 AV9 BD24 M_A_A6 M_B_DQ44 BF6 AU28 M_B_A6
M_A_DQ44 BA11 SA_DQ_43 SA_MA_6 BG27 M_A_A7 M_B_DQ45 BF5 SB_DQ_44 SB_
MA_6 AW28 M_B_A7
M_A_DQ45 BD9 SA_DQ_44 SA_MA_7 BF25 M_A_A8 M_B_DQ46 BA1 SB_DQ_45 SB_
MA_7 AT33 M_B_A8
M_A_DQ46 AY8 SA_DQ_45 SA_MA_8 AW24 M_A_A9 M_B_DQ47 BD3 SB_DQ_46 SB_
MA_8 BD33 M_B_A9
SA_DQ_46 SA_MA_9 SB_DQ_47 SB_
MA_9
M_A_DQ47 BA6 BC21 M_A_A10 M_B_DQ48 AV2 BB16 M_B_A10
SA_DQ_47 SA_MA_10 SB_DQ_48 SB_MA_
10
M_A_DQ48 AV5 BG26 M_A_A11 M_B_DQ49 AU3 AW33 M_B_A11
DDR

DDR
SA_DQ_48 SA_MA_11 SB_DQ_49 SB_MA_
11
M_A_DQ49 AV7 BH26 M_A_A12 M_B_DQ50 AR3 AY33 M_B_A12
SA_DQ_49 SA_MA_12 SB_DQ_50 SB_MA_
12
M_A_DQ50 AT9 BH17 M_A_A13 M_B_DQ51 AN2 BH15 M_B_A13
M_A_DQ51 AN8 SA_DQ_50 SA_MA_13 AY25 M_A_A14 M_B_DQ52 AY2 SB_DQ_51 SB_MA_
13 AU33 M_B_A14
M_A_DQ52 AU5 SA_DQ_51 SA_MA_14 M_B_DQ53 AV1 SB_DQ_52 SB_MA_
14
M_A_DQ53 AU6 SA_DQ_52 M_B_DQ54 AP3 SB_DQ_53
SA_DQ_53 SB_DQ_54
M_A_DQ54 AT5 M_B_DQ55 AR1
SA_DQ_54 SB_DQ_55
M_A_DQ55 AN10 M_B_DQ56 AL1
SA_DQ_55 SB_DQ_56
M_A_DQ56 AM11 M_B_DQ57 AL2
SA_DQ_56 SB_DQ_57
M_A_DQ57 AM5 M_B_DQ58 AJ1
M_A_DQ58 AJ9 SA_DQ_57 M_B_DQ59 AH1 SB_DQ_58
M_A_DQ59 AJ8 SA_DQ_58 M_B_DQ60 AM2 SB_DQ_59
M_A_DQ60 AN12 SA_DQ_59 M_B_DQ61 AM3 SB_DQ_60
SA_DQ_60 SB_DQ_61
M_A_DQ61 AM13 M_B_DQ62 AH3
SA_DQ_61 SB_DQ_62
M_A_DQ62 AJ11 M_B_DQ63 AJ3
SA_DQ_62 SB_DQ_63
M_A_DQ63 AJ12
SA_DQ_63
CANTIGA
CANTIGA

Cantiga 3/6, DDR B - 7


Schematic Diagrams

Cantiga 4/6, Power 1

U2 5 G
1 .5 V 1. 5V _G MC H V GF X_ C OR E 1 .0 5 VM U 25F
4A V C C _ G MC H
A P 33 W 28
3A
A N 33 V CC _ S M_ 1 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 1 V2 8
V CC _ S M_ 2 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 2

. 1U _ 1 0V _X 7R _ 0 4

.2 2 U_ 1 0 V _ Y 5 V _ 0 4
B H 32 W 26 A G3 4
V CC _ S M_ 3 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 3 VC C_ 1
B G 32 V2 6 A C3 4
B F 32 V CC _ S M_ 4 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 4 W 25 AB3 4 VC C_ 2

2 2 u _6 . 3 V _ 0 8

2 2 u_ 6 . 3 V _ 0 8

.2 2 U_ 1 0 V _ Y 5 V _ 0 4

.2 2 U_ 1 0 V _ Y 5 V _ 0 4

. 1 u _1 0 V _ X 7 R _ 04
2 2 0 u_ 4 V _ D
V CC _ S M_ 5 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 5 VC C_ 3
B D 32 V2 5 AA3 4
V CC _ S M_ 6 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 6 VC C_ 4

2 2 u _ 6. 3V _0 8

2 2 u _ 6. 3 V _ 0 8

2 2 u _6 . 3 V _ 0 8
B C 32 W 24 Y3 4
B B 32 V CC _ S M_ 7 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 7 V2 4 V3 4 VC C_ 5
V CC _ S M_ 8 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 8 VC C_ 6
B A 32 W 23 U3 4
A Y 32 V CC _ S M_ 9 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 9 V2 3 A M3 3 VC C_ 7
+
A W 32 V CC _ S M_ 1 0 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 1 0 AM 2 1 VC C_ 8
A V 32
V CC _ S M_ 1 1 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 1 1
AL 2 1
D VT AK3 3
AJ 3 3
VC C_ 9

C 2 56
V CC _ S M_ 1 2 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 1 2 VC C_ 1 0

C 235
A U 32 A K 21 A G3 3

C 21 9

C 23 4

C2 2 1
A T 32 V CC _ S M_ 1 3 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 1 3 W 21 AF3 3 VC C_ 1 1
V CC _ S M_ 1 4 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 1 4 VC C_ 1 2

C 759

C1 8 6
A R 32 V2 1

C 7 60

C 2 01

C 18 8

C 19 5
A P 32 V CC _ S M_ 1 5 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 1 5 U 21 AE3 3

POWER
V CC _ S M_ 1 6 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 1 6 VC C_ 1 3
A N 32 AM 2 0 A C3 3

VCC CORE
PLACE CLOSE
V CC _ S M_ 1 7 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 1 7 TO THE GMCH VC C_ 1 4
B H 31 A K 20 AA3 3
B G 31 V CC _ S M_ 1 8 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 1 8 W 20 Y3 3 VC C_ 1 5
V CC _ S M_ 1 9 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 1 9 VC C_ 1 6
B F 31 U 20 W33
B G 30 V CC _ S M_ 2 0 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 2 0 AM 1 9 V3 3 VC C_ 1 7
V CC _ S M_ 2 1 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 2 1 VC C_ 1 8
B.Schematic Diagrams

B H 29 AL 1 9 U3 3
V CC _ S M_ 2 2 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 2 2 VC C_ 1 9
B G 29 A K 19 A H2 8
B F 29 V CC _ S M_ 2 3 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 2 3 AJ 1 9 AF2 8 VC C_ 2 0
B D 29 V CC _ S M_ 2 4 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 2 4 AH 1 9 A C2 8 VC C_ 2 1
V CC _ S M_ 2 5 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 2 5 VC C_ 2 2

VCC SM
B C 29 AG 1 9 AA2 8
B B 29 V CC _ S M_ 2 6 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 2 6 A F 19 AJ 2 6 VC C_ 2 3
V CC _ S M_ 2 7 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 2 7 VC C_ 2 4
B A 29 A E 19 A G2 6
V CC _ S M_ 2 8 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 2 8 VC C_ 2 5
A Y 29 A B 19 AE2 6

Sheet 7 of 42
A W 29 V CC _ S M_ 2 9 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 2 9 A A 19 A C2 6 VC C_ 2 6
V CC _ S M_ 3 0 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 3 0 VC C_ 2 7
A V 29 Y 19 A H2 5
A U 29 V CC _ S M_ 3 1 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 3 1 W 19 A G2 5 VC C_ 2 8
A T 29 V CC _ S M_ 3 2 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 3 2 V1 9 AF2 5 VC C_ 2 9

Cantiga 4/6, Power


V CC _ S M_ 3 3 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 3 3 VC C_ 3 0
A R 29 U 19 A G2 4
A P 29 V CC _ S M_ 3 4 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 3 4 AM 1 7 AJ 2 3 VC C_ 3 1 V C C _ GM C H
V CC _ S M_ 3 5 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 3 5 A K 17 A H2 3 VC C_ 3 2
V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 3 6 VC C_ 3 3
V C CS M _ 3 6 B A 36 AH 1 7 AF2 3

POWER
1 V C CS M _ 3 7 B B 24 V CC _ S M_ 3 6 / N C V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 3 7 AG 1 7 VC C_ 3 4 A M3 2
V CC _ S M_ 3 7 / N C V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 3 8 V C C _N C TF _1
V C CS M _ 3 8 B D 16
B B 21
V CC _ S M_ 3 8 / N C V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 3 9
A F 17
A E 17 For GM T32
V C C_ 3 5 V C C _N C TF _2
A L 32
AK3 2
V C CS M _ 4 0 A W 16 V CC _ S M_ 3 9 / N C V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 4 0 AC 1 7 V C C _N C TF _3 A J 32
V CC _ S M_ 4 0 / N C V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 4 1 V G F X _ CO RE V C C _N C TF _4
A W 13 A B 17 A H3 2
V C CS M _ 4 2 A T 13 V CC _ S M_ 4 1 / N C V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 4 2 Y 17 V C C _N C TF _5 A G3 2
C2 2 6 C 2 31 C2 3 7 C 2 24 C2 1 8 V CC _ S M_ 4 2 / N C V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 4 3 W 17 V C C _N C TF _6 AE3 2
V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 4 4 V C C _N C TF _7
V1 7 A C3 2

VCC GFX NCTF


*. 1 u _ 1 6V _0 4 * . 1 u_ 1 6 V _ 0 4 *. 1 u _ 1 6V _0 4 * . 1 u_ 1 6 V _ 0 4 *. 1 u _ 16 V _ 0 4 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 4 5 AM 1 6 C1 8 7 C 198 C 2 05 V C C _N C TF _8 AA3 2
Y 26 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 4 6 AL 1 6 + C4 4 7 V C C _N C TF _9 Y3 2
V CC _ A X G_ 1 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 4 7 V C C _ N C T F _ 10
A E 25 A K 16 *1 U _6 . 3 V _ 0 4 * 1 0 U _ 6 . 3 V _ X5 R _ 08 * 10 U _ 6. 3V _X 5 R _0 8 W32
A B 25 V CC _ A X G_ 2 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 4 8 AJ 1 6 *1 0 0 U _ 6 . 3 V _ B V C C _ N C T F _ 11 U3 2
V CC _ A X G_ 3 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 4 9 V C C _ N C T F _ 12
A A 25 AH 1 6 A M3 0
V CC _ A X G_ 4 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 5 0 V C C _ N C T F _ 13
A E 24 AG 1 6 A L 30
A C 24 V CC _ A X G_ 5 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 5 1 A F 16 V C C _ N C T F _ 14 AK3 0
V CC _ A X G_ 6 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 5 2 V C C _ N C T F _ 15
A A 24 A E 16 A H3 0
Y 24 V CC _ A X G_ 7 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 5 3 AC 1 6 V G F X _ CO RE V C C _ N C T F _ 16 A G3 0
A E 23 V CC _ A X G_ 8 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 5 4 A B 16 V C C _ N C T F _ 17 AF3 0
V CC _ A X G_ 9 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 5 5 V C C _ N C T F _ 18
A C 23 A A 16 AE3 0
A B 23 V CC _ A X G_ 1 0 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 5 6 Y 16 V C C _ N C T F _ 19 A C3 0
A A 23 V CC _ A X G_ 1 1 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 5 7 W 16 C1 9 7 C1 9 3 C 199 V C C _ N C T F _ 20 AB3 0
V CC _ A X G_ 1 2 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 5 8 V C C _ N C T F _ 21
A J 21 V1 6 AA3 0
A G 21 V CC _ A X G_ 1 3 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 5 9 U 16 *. 1 U _ 10 V _ X 7 R _0 4 *. 1 U _1 0 V _ X 7 R _ 0 4 * 1 u _6 . 3 V _ 0 4 V C C _ N C T F _ 22 Y3 0
V CC _ A X G_ 1 4 V C C _ A X G_ N C T F _ 6 0 V C C _ N C T F _ 23
A E 21 W30
8.7A A C 21
V CC _ A X G_ 1 5 V C C _ N C T F _ 24
V3 0

VCC NCTF
A A 21 V CC _ A X G_ 1 6 V C C _ N C T F _ 25 U3 0
V CC _ A X G_ 1 7 V C C _ N C T F _ 26
Y 21 A L 29
A H 20 V CC _ A X G_ 1 8 V C C _ N C T F _ 27 AK2 9
V GF X_ C OR E A F 20 V CC _ A X G_ 1 9 V C C _ N C T F _ 28 A J 29
V CC _ A X G_ 2 0 V C C _ N C T F _ 29
A E 20 A H2 9
A C 20 V CC _ A X G_ 2 1 V C C _ N C T F _ 30 A G2 9
A B 20 V CC _ A X G_ 2 2 V C C _ N C T F _ 31 AE2 9
V CC _ A X G_ 2 3 V C C _ N C T F _ 32
A A 20 A C2 9
T 17 V CC _ A X G_ 2 4 V C C _ N C T F _ 33 AA2 9
V CC _ A X G_ 2 5 V C C _ N C T F _ 34
T 16 Y2 9
V CC _ A X G_ 2 6 V C C _ N C T F _ 35
A M 15 W29
A L 15 V CC _ A X G_ 2 7 V C C _ N C T F _ 36 V2 9
V CC _ A X G_ 2 8 V C C _ N C T F _ 37
A E 15 A L 28
A J 15 V CC _ A X G_ 2 9 V C C _ N C T F _ 38 AK2 8
A H 15 V CC _ A X G_ 3 0 V C C _ N C T F _ 39 A L 26
V CC _ A X G_ 3 1 V C C _ N C T F _ 40
A G 15 AK2 6
A F 15 V CC _ A X G_ 3 2 V C C _ N C T F _ 41 AK2 5
A B 15 V CC _ A X G_ 3 3 V C C _ N C T F _ 42 AK2 4
V CC _ A X G_ 3 4 V C C _ N C T F _ 43
A A 15 AK2 3
Y 15 V CC _ A X G_ 3 5 V C C _ N C T F _ 44
V 15
V CC
V CC
_ A X G_ 3 6
_ A X G_ 3 7 VCC GFX
U 15
A N 14 V CC _ A X G_ 3 8
V CC _ A X G_ 3 9
A M 14
U 14 V CC _ A X G_ 4 0 AV 44 V CC SM _L F 1
T 14 V CC _ A X G_ 4 1 V CC _S M_ L F 1 BA 37 V CC SM _L F 2 C A N TI GA

VCC SM LF
V CC _ A X G_ 4 2 V CC _S M_ L F 2
AM 40 V CC SM _L F 3
V CC _S M_ L F 3 AV 21 V CC SM _L F 4
V CC _S M_ L F 4 AY 5 V CC SM _L F 5
V CC _S M_ L F 5
AM 10 V CC SM _L F 6
V CC _S M_ L F 6 BB 13 V CC SM _L F 7

.2 2 U_ 1 0 V _ Y 5 V _ 0 4

.2 2 U_ 1 0 V _ Y 5 V _ 0 4
V CC _S M_ L F 7

.4 7 U_ 1 0 V_ 0 4

1 u _6 . 3 V _ 0 4

1 u _6 . 3 V _ 0 4
A J 14

. 1 u _ 1 6 V _ 04

. 1 u _ 1 6V _0 4
3 0 GP U V C C S E N S E V C C _ A X G_ S E N S E 5, 9, 1 0 , 1 1 , 2 7 , 3 1, 3 3 1 . 5 V
A H 14
3 0 GP U V S S S E N S E V S S _ A X G_ S E N S E

C 233

C 2 08

C 2 38

C 2 22

C 20 9

C 23 2

C2 2 7
C A N T I GA

B - 8 Cantiga 4/6, Power 1


Schematic Diagrams

Cantiga 5/6, GND


U25I
U25J
AU48 AM36 BG21 AH8
AR48 VSS_1 VSS_100 AE36 L12 VSS_199 VSS_297 Y8
AL48 VSS_2 VSS_101 P36 AW21 VSS_200 VSS_298 L8
BB47 VSS_3 VSS_102
L36 AU21 VSS_201 VSS_299
E8
AW47 VSS_4 VSS_103
J36 AP21 VSS_202 VSS_300
B8
AN47 VSS_5 VSS_104 F36 AN21 VSS_203 VSS_301 AY7
AJ47 VSS_6 VSS_105 B36 AH21 VSS_204 VSS_302 AU7
AF47 VSS_7 VSS_106
AH35 AF21 VSS_205 VSS_303
AN7
AD47 VSS_8 VSS_107
AA35 AB21 VSS_206 VSS_304
AJ7
AB47 VSS_9 VSS_108 Y35 R21 VSS_207 VSS_305 AE7
Y47 VSS_10 VSS_109 U35 M21 VSS_208 VSS_306 AA7
T47 VSS_11 VSS_110
T35 J21 VSS_209 VSS_307
N7
N47 VSS_12 VSS_111
BF34 G21 VSS_210 VSS_308
J7
L47 VSS_13 VSS_112 AM34 BC20 VSS_211 VSS_309 BG6
G47 VSS_14 VSS_113 AJ34 BA20 VSS_212 VSS_310 BD6
VSS_15 VSS_114 VSS_213 VSS_311
BD46 AF34 AW20 AV6
VSS_16 VSS_115 VSS_214 VSS_312
BA46 AE34 AT20 AT6
AY46 VSS_17 VSS_116 W34 AJ20 VSS_215 VSS_313 AM6
AV46 VSS_18 VSS_117 B34 AG20 VSS_216 VSS_314 M6
AR46 VSS_19 VSS_118 A34 Y20 VSS_217 VSS_315 C6
VSS_20 VSS_119 VSS_218 VSS_316
AM46 BG33 N20 BA5
VSS_21 VSS_120 VSS_219 VSS_317
V46 BC33 K20 AH5
R46 VSS_22 VSS_121 BA33 F20 VSS_220 VSS_318 AD5
P46 VSS_23 VSS_122 AV33 C20 VSS_221 VSS_319 Y5
VSS_24 VSS_123 VSS_222 VSS_320
H46 AR33 A20 L5

B.Schematic Diagrams
VSS_25 VSS_124 VSS_223 VSS_321
F46 AL33 BG19 J5
BF44 VSS_26 VSS_125 AH33 A18 VSS_224 VSS_322 H5
AH44 VSS_27 VSS_126 AB33 BG17 VSS_225 VSS_323 F5
VSS_28 VSS_127 VSS_226 VSS_324
AD44 P33 BC17 BE4
VSS_29 VSS_128 VSS_227 VSS_325
AA44 L33 AW17
Y44 VSS_30 VSS_129 H33 AT17 VSS_228 BC3
U44 VSS_31 VSS_130 N32 R17 VSS_229
VSS VSS_327 AV3
T44
M44
F44
VSS_32
VSS_33
VSS_34 VSS
VSS_131
VSS_132
VSS_133
K32
F32
C32
M17
H17
C17
VSS_230
VSS_231
VSS_232
VSS_328
VSS_329
VSS_330
AL3
R3
P3
Sheet 8 of 42
Cantiga 5/6, GND
BC43 VSS_35 VSS_134 A31 VSS_233 VSS_331 F3
VSS_36 VSS_135 VSS_332
AV43 AN29 BA16 BA2
VSS_37 VSS_136 VSS_235 VSS_333
AU43 T29 AW2
AM43 VSS_38 VSS_137 N29 AU16 VSS_334 AU2
J43 VSS_39 VSS_138 K29 AN16 VSS_237 VSS_335 AR2
VSS_40 VSS_139 VSS_238 VSS_336
C43 H29 N16 AP2
VSS_41 VSS_140 VSS_239 VSS_337
BG42 F29 K16 AJ2
AY42 VSS_42 VSS_141 A29 G16 VSS_240 VSS_338 AH2
AT42 VSS_43 VSS_142 BG28 E16 VSS_241 VSS_339 AF2
VSS_44 VSS_143 VSS_242 VSS_340
AN42 BD28 BG15 AE2
VSS_45 VSS_144 VSS_243 VSS_341
AJ42 BA28 AC15 AD2
AE42 VSS_46 VSS_145 AV28 W15 VSS_244 VSS_342 AC2
N42 VSS_47 VSS_146 AT28 A15 VSS_245 VSS_343 Y2
VSS_48 VSS_147 VSS_246 VSS_344
L42 AR28 BG14 M2
VSS_49 VSS_148 VSS_247 VSS_345
BD41 AJ28 AA14 K2
AU41 VSS_50 VSS_149 AG28 C14 VSS_248 VSS_346 AM1
AM41 VSS_51 VSS_150 AE28 BG13 VSS_249 VSS_347 AA1
VSS_52 VSS_151 VSS_250 VSS_348
AH41 AB28 BC13 P1
VSS_53 VSS_152 VSS_251 VSS_349
AD41 Y28 BA13 H1
AA41 VSS_54 VSS_153 P28 VSS_252 VSS_350
Y41 VSS_55 VSS_154 K28 U24 Z0801
VSS_56 VSS_155 VSS_351
U41 H28 AN13 U28 Z0802
VSS_57 VSS_156 VSS_255 VSS_352
T41 F28 AJ13 U25 Z0803
M41 VSS_58 VSS_157 C28 AE13 VSS_256 VSS_353 U29 Z0804
G41 VSS_59 VSS_158 BF26 N13 VSS_257 VSS_354 AJ6 Z0805 R130 *10mil_short
VSS_60 VSS_159 VSS_258 VSS_355
B41 AH26 L13
VSS_61 VSS_160 VSS_259
BG40 AF26 G13 AF32
BB40 VSS_62 VSS_161 AB26 E13 VSS_260 VSS_NCTF_1 AB32
VSS_63 VSS_162 VSS_261 VSS_NCTF_2
AV40
AN40
VSS_64 VSS_163
AA26
C26
BF12
AV12
VSS_262 VSS_NCTF_3
V32
AJ30
PV T
VSS_65 VSS_164 VSS_263 VSS_NCTF_4
H40 B26 AT12 AM29
E40 VSS_66 VSS_165 BH25 AM12 VSS_264 VSS_NCTF_5 AF29
AT39 VSS_67 VSS_166 BD25 AA12 VSS_265 VSS_NCTF_6 AB29
VSS_68 VSS_167 VSS_266 VSS_NCTF_7

V SS N CTF
AM39 BB25 J12 U26
VSS_69 VSS_168 VSS_267 VSS_NCTF_8
AJ39 AV25 A12 U23
AE39 VSS_70 VSS_169 AR25 BD11 VSS_268 VSS_NCTF_9 AL20
N39 VSS_71 VSS_170 AJ25 BB11 VSS_269 VSS_NCTF_10 V20
VSS_72 VSS_171 VSS_270 VSS_NCTF_11
L39 VSS_73 VSS_172 AC25 AY11 VSS_271 VSS_NCTF_12 AC19
B39 Y25 AN11 AL17
BH38 VSS_74 VSS_173 N25 AH11 VSS_272 VSS_NCTF_13 AJ17
BC38 VSS_75 VSS_174 L25 VSS_273 VSS_NCTF_14 AA17
VSS_76 VSS_175 VSS_NCTF_15
BA38 VSS_77 VSS_176 J25 Y11 VSS_275 VSS_NCTF_16 U17
AU38 G25 N11
AH38 VSS_78 VSS_177 E25 G11 VSS_276 BH48
AD38 VSS_79 VSS_178 BF24 C11 VSS_277 VSS_SCB_1 BH1

VSS SCB
VSS_80 VSS_179 VSS_278 VSS_SCB_2
AA38 VSS_81 VSS_180 AD12 BG10 VSS_279 VSS_SCB_3 A48
Y38 AY24 AV10 C1
U38 VSS_82 VSS_181 AT24 AT10 VSS_280 VSS_SCB_4
T38 VSS_83 VSS_182 AJ24 AJ10 VSS_281 A3
VSS_84 VSS_183 VSS_282 VSS_SCB_6
J38 VSS_85 VSS_184 AH24 AE10 VSS_283
F38 AF24 AA10 E1
C38 VSS_86 VSS_185 AB24 M10 VSS_284 NC_26 D2
BF37 VSS_87 VSS_186 R24 BF9 VSS_285 NC_27 C3
BB37 VSS_88 VSS_187 L24 BC9 VSS_286 NC_28 B4
VSS_89 VSS_188 VSS_287 NC_29
AW37 K24 AN9 A5
AT37 VSS_90 VSS_189 J24 AM9 VSS_288 NC_30 A6
AN37 VSS_91 VSS_190 G24 AD9 VSS_289 NC_31 A43
VSS_92 VSS_191 VSS_290 NC_32
AJ37 VSS_93 VSS_192 F24 G9 VSS_291 NC_33 A44
H37 E24 B9 B45
NC

C37 VSS_94 VSS_193 BH23 BH8 VSS_292 NC_34 C46


BG36 VSS_95 VSS_194 AG23 BB8 VSS_293 NC_35 D47
VSS_96 VSS_195 VSS_294 NC_36
BD36 VSS_97 VSS_196 Y23 AV8 B47
VSS_295 NC_37
AK15 B23 AT8 A46
AU36 VSS_98 VSS_197 A23 VSS_296 NC_38 F48
VSS_99 VSS_198 NC_39 E48
NC_40
NC_41 C48
CANTIGA B48
NC_42 A47
NC_43
CANTIGA

Cantiga 5/6, GND B - 9


Schematic Diagrams

Cantiga 6/6, Power 2

1 . 0 5V S
U2 5 H + V C C P _ GMC H L4 1
1 . 0 5V M 1. 0 5 V M For PM 852mA H C B 16 0 8K F -12 1 T2 5
3 .3 V S _ A CRT D A C U 13 .
R 83 0_04 V T T _1 T13
73mA V T T _2
R 89 0_04 B2 7 U 12 C 17 8 C1 7 9 C1 7 7 C4 8 9 C4 8 8 + C4 8 7
A2 6 V C C A _ C R T _D A C _ 1 V T T _3 T12
L9 V C C A _ C R T _D A C _ 2 V T T _4
10mi l s U 11 . 4 7U _ 10 V _ 04 . 1U _1 0 V _ X7 R _ 0 4 2 . 2u _ 6 . 3V _ 0 6 4 . 7U _1 0 V _ 08 4 . 7U _1 0 V _ 08 1 50 U _ 4 V _ B
R 40 1 *1 0 mi l _s h o rt V C C A _H P L L V T T _5 T11
5mA V T T _6
. A2 5 U 10

CR T
C4 9 3 C4 9 4 *H C B 16 0 8 K F -12 1 T 25 C 7 61 C1 4 0 B2 5 V CCA _ DA C_ B G V T T _7 T10
V S S A _D A C _ B G V T T _8 U 9
V T T _9
4 . 7U _ X5 R _ 0 8 . 1 U _ X 7R _0 4 *2 2u _ 6. 3 V _ 0 8 * . 1 U _ 10 V _ X 7R _0 4 T9
V TT _ 10 U 8
64.8mA V TT _ 11
V C CA _ DP L L A F47 T8
L11 V C C A _ D P LL A V TT _ 12 U 7
L 43 64.8mA V TT _ 13

V TT
10mi l s V C C A _ D P LL B L48 T7
V C C A _ D P LL B V TT _ 14
V C C A _M P L L U 6
.
24mA V TT _ 15
*H C B 16 0 8 K F -12 1 T 25 C 7 62 C4 8 5 V C CA _ HP L L AD 1 T6 1. 5 V S
.
V C C A _ H P LL V TT _ 16

PL L
H C B 1 6 08 K F -1 2 1T 2 5 C5 0 1 C5 0 0 139mA U 5
*2 2u _ 6. 3 V _ 0 8 *. 1 u _X 7 R _ 0 4V C C A _ MP L L AE1 V TT _ 17 T5 3. 3 V S R9 7 3 . 3 V S _ A C R TD A C
V C C A _ MP LL V TT _ 18
2 2u _ 6 . 3V _ 0 8 . 1 U _ X 7R _0 4 1 . 8 V _T X L V D S V3 *0 _ 06
V TT _ 19 U 3 R 6 99
13mA V TT _ 20
B.Schematic Diagrams

J48 V2 0_ 0 6
V CCA _ L V DS V TT _ 21 1. 5 V S _ QD A C
U 2 C1 2 6 C1 3 0
V TT _ 22

A LV DS
1 .5 V S 3 .3 V S C 4 83 J47 T2 R9 9
V S S A _L V D S V TT _ 23
V1 For PM *. 1 U _1 0 V _X 7 R _ 0 4 *. 0 1 U _ 1 6V _ X 7R _ 04
R 4 06 *0 _ 0 6 *1 00 0 P _ 50 V _ X 7R _0 4 V TT _ 24 U 1 0_ 0 6
V TT _ 25 C 1 32 C 1 81
414uA
R 4 03 *1 0 m li _ sh o rt Z 09 0 3 A D4 8 R9 2
V C C A _ P E G _B G . 1 U _ 1 0V _X 7 R _ 04. 0 1 U _ 16 V _ X 7R _0 4
3 . 3V S _ A C R T D A C

Sheet 9 of 42
C 50 2 *0 _ 0 4
1. 0 5 V M_ P E GP LL

A PE G
. 1 U _ 1 0 V _X 7 R _ 0 4 50mA
AA4 8
1 .0 5 V M V C C A _ P E G _P L L C 1 31 C1 2 9 C 11 8 C1 1 9

Cantiga 6/6, Power L1 4

. Z 09 0 4
1A
A R2 0
AP2 0
V
V
CCA _ S M
CCA _ S M
_1
_2
*. 1 U _ 10 V _ X 7R _0 4
*. 0 1 U _ 1 6V _ X 7 R _ 04
* . 1U _ 10 V _ X7 R _0 4
* . 01 U _1 6 V _X 7 R _ 0 4

2
C5 1 2 +H C B 1 60 8 K F -1 21 T 25 C2 1 7 C2 1 6 C 2 14 C 21 3 A N2 0

1 0 0 U _ 6. 3 V _ B 1U _ 6. 3 V _ 04 4 . 7 u_ 6 . 3V _ 0 6 *2 2U _6 . 3 V _ 08 2 2 u_ 6 . 3 V _0 8
A R1 7
AP1 7
V
V
V
CCA _ S M
CCA _ S M
CCA _ S M
_3
_4
_5
PO WE R 1 . 8 V _ TX L V D S 1 .8 V S
A N1 7
V CCA _ S M _6
AT1 6 *H C B 16 0 8 K F -12 1 T 25 L1 2
A R1 6 V CCA _ S M _7
V CCA _ S M _8

A SM
AP1 6
V CCA _ S M _9 R3 8 6 C 4 81 C1 3 7
For PM
0 _ 06 *1 00 0 P _ 50 V _ X 7R _0 4 *1 0 U _ 6 . 3V _ X 5R _ 08

1 .0 5 V M
L13 1 . 05 V M
1A S1 3
Z 09 0 5 AP2 8 321mA
A N2 8 V CCA _ S M _C K _1 B2 2 Z 09 1 0 1 2
20 mi ls
.
H C B 1 6 0 8K F -1 2 1 T2 5 C 21 2 C 2 06 C 20 7 AP2 5 V CCA _ S M _C K _2 V C C _ A X F _1 B2 1
V CCA _ S M _C K _3 V C C _ A X F _2

A XF
A N2 5 A2 1 C4 5 5 C 45 7 PVT: DelR360
. 1U _ 10 V _ X7 R _0 4 *2 . 2u _ 6. 3V _ 0 6 2 2 u _6 . 3 V _0 8 A N2 4 V CCA _ S M _C K _4 V C C _ A X F _3 S H OR T_ 1 MM
V CCA _ S M _C K _5
PVT A M2 8 1 U _ 6. 3 V _ 0 4 * 10 U _ X 5 R _ 08
A M2 6 V CCA _ S M _C K _N CT F _ 1 1 . 5V
V CCA _ S M _C K _N CT F _ 2

A CK
A M2 5 L15
1 .5 V S 1 . 5V S _ V C C D _ T V D A C AL 2 5 V CCA _ S M _C K _N CT F _ 3 BF2 1 Z 09 1 1
V CCA _ S M _C K _N CT F _ 4 V C C _ S M _C K _1 1A 25 mi ls
A M2 4 B H 20
V CCA _ S M _C K _N CT F _ 5 V C C _ S M _C K _2

SM C K
R7 3 * 0_ 0 6 AL 2 4 B G 20 C2 4 6 C 24 7 H C B 16 0 8 K F -12 1 T 25
A M2 3 V CCA _ S M _C K _N CT F _ 6 V C C _ S M _C K _3 BF2 0
V CCA _ S M _C K _N CT F _ 7 V C C _ S M _C K _4
C 1 17 C 1 59 AL 2 3 . 1 U _1 0 V _X 7 R _ 0 4 1 0 u_ 1 0V _0 8
R6 8 9 0 _ 04 * . 0 1U _1 6 V _ X7 R _ 0 4 V CCA _ S M _C K _N CT F _ 8 1 . 8 V _T X L V D S
*. 1 U _1 0 V _X 7 R _ 0 4 3 . 3 V S _ A C R TD A C
79mA K4 7 118mA
B2 4 V C C _ TX _ L V D S V C C_ HV 3 .3 V S D 35 1 . 05 V S
V CCA _ T V _ DA C_ 1
DVT A2 4 C 35 S C S 35 5 V
V CCA _ T V _ DA C_ 2 V C C _H V _1 B3 5 R3 7 2 10 _ 0 6 Z 0 91 2 C A
105mA

TV
1 .5 V S V C C _H V _2
A3 5

HV
V C C _H V _3 C 4 61
50mA PVT: Del R371
R 36 1 *0 _ 06 P M _V C C _ H D A A3 2
V CC_ HD A
V4 8 . 1u _ 1 6V _ 0 4

HDA
C 4 56 V CC_ P E G _1 U 48
V CC_ P E G _2 V C C_ P E G
R 64 2 0_ 0 6 C 45 8 1 . 5 V S _V C C D _T V D A C V4 7 1 . 05 V M
V CC_ P E G _3

P EG
*1 0 U _ 6. 3 V _ X 5R _0 8 *. 1 U _ 1 0V _ X 7R _ 04 35mA U 47
M2 5 V CC_ P E G _4 U 46 .
1.8A 30 mi ls

D TV /CR T
V C C D _T V D A C V CC_ P E G _5
120uA
1 .0 5 V M 1 . 5 V S _Q D A C L28 C4 9 0 C 49 1 + C4 9 2 L 42 H C B 1 60 8 K F -1 21 T 2 5
V C C D _Q D A C
R 4 04 10mi l s 157mA A H 48 1 0 0 U _ 6. 3 V _ B
V CCD _ HP L L AF1 V C C _ D M I _1 AF4 8 4 . 7U _1 0 V _ 08 1 0 u_ 1 0 V _0 8 1 . 05 V M
V C C D _H P L L V C C _ D M I _2
50mA A H 47
*1 0m i l _s h ort C5 1 4 C5 1 6 AA4 7 V C C _ D M I _3 A G 47 +V C C _ D M I .

DMI
1. 0 5 V M_ P E GP L L V C C D _P E G_ P LL V C C _ D M I _4 456mA
. 1 U _ 1 0V _ X 7R _ 04 1 0U _6 . 3 V _ X5 R _ 0 8 60mA C 5 17 C5 1 8 L 45 H C B 1 60 8 K F -1 21 T 2 5
1 . 8V _ T XL V D S M3 8
V C C D _L V D S _1
R 1 00 L37 A8 +V T T LF _C A P 1 . 1U _ X7 R _ 0 4 . 1 U _ X 7R _0 4

LVD S
V C C D _ LV D S V C C D _L V D S _2 V T T LF 1 L1 +V T T LF _C A P 2
V T T LF 2
AB2 +V T T LF _C A P 3

VT TL F
*1 0m i l _s h ort C 1 39 V T T LF 3

* . 1 U _ 10 V _ X 7R _0 4
C A N TI G A C4 9 5 C4 8 4 C4 5 9
1 .0 5 V M 1 . 05 V M _P E G P L L
R1 3 9 . 4 7U _ 10 V _ 04 . 4 7U _ 10 V _ 04 . 4 7U _ 10 V _ 04
5 , 7 , 10 , 1 1 , 27 , 3 1 , 33 1 . 5V
12 , 3 2, 3 7 1 . 8V S
*1 0 m li _ sh o rt C 19 2 C 1 91 2 , 3 , 4, 5 , 1 3 , 16 , 1 8 , 33 1 . 05 V S
3, 1 3 , 16 , 2 1 , 23 , 3 3 , 36 1 . 5V S
C1 9 0 2 , 3 , 5, 1 2 , 1 3, 1 4 , 1 5, 1 6 , 19 , 2 0 , 21 , 2 2 , 23 , 2 4, 2 5 , 2 6, 2 8 , 3 0, 3 2 , 33 , 3 5 , 36 , 3 7 , 38 3 . 3V S
1 0 U _ 6 . 3V _ X 5 R _ 08 . 1 U _ 10 V _ X 7R _0 4 . 1 U _ 1 0 V _X 7 R _ 0 4

B - 10 Cantiga 6/6, Power 2


Schematic Diagrams

DDR3 SO-DIMM 1

SO-DIMM 0
J D I M M1 A
6 M _A _A [ 14 : 0 ] M_ A _ D Q [ 63 : 0 ] 6
M _A _ A 0 98 5 M _A _D Q0
M _A _ A 1 97 A0 D Q0 7 M _A _D Q1
M _A _ A 2 96 A1 D Q1 15 M _A _D Q2
M _A _ A 3 95 A2 D Q2 17 M _A _D Q3 J D I MM1 B
M _A _ A 4 92 A3 D Q3 4 M _A _D Q4
M _A _ A 5 91 A4 D Q4 6 M _A _D Q5
M _A _ A 6 90 A5 D Q5 16 M _A _D Q6 1 . 5V _D I MM 0
M _A _ A 7 86 A6 D Q6 18 M _A _D Q7
M _A _ A 8 89 A7 D Q7 21 M _A _D Q8 75 44
Layout Note: M _A _ A 9 85 A8 D Q8 23 M _A _D Q9 76 VD D1 VS S 16 48
A9 D Q9 VD D2 VS S 17
signal/space/signal: M
M
_A _ A 1 0
_A _ A 1 1
107
84
A 10 / A P D Q1 0
33
35
M
M
_A
_A
_D
_D
Q1 0
Q1 1
DVT 81
82
VD D3 VS S 18
49
54
M _A _ A 1 2 83 A 11 D Q1 1 22 M _A _D Q1 2 87 VD D4 VS S 19 55
6 / 4 / 6 M _A _ A 1 3 119
A 12 / B C # D Q1 2
24 M _A _D Q1 3 3 .3 V M VDD SP D 88
VD D5 VS S 20
60

B.Schematic Diagrams
M _A _ A 1 4 80 A 13 D Q1 3 34 M _A _D Q1 4 93 VD D6 VS S 21 61
A 14 D Q1 4 NC 4 VD D7 VS S 22
78 36 M _A _D Q1 5 94 65
A 15 D Q1 5 39 M _A _D Q1 6 99 VD D8 VS S 23 66

Sheet 10 of 42
D Q1 6 VD D9 VS S 24
6 M _A _ B S 0 # M _A _ B S 0 # 109 41 M _A _D Q1 7 100 71
M _A _ B S 1 # 108 BA0 D Q1 7 51 M _A _D Q1 8 105 VD D1 0 VS S 25 72
6 M _A _ B S 1 # BA1 D Q1 8 VD D1 1 VS S 26
6 M _A _ B S 2 # M _A _ B S 2 # 79 53 M _A _D Q1 9 N C _0 4 106 127
M _C S 0 # 114 BA2 D Q1 9 40 M _A _D Q2 0 111 VD D1 2 VS S 27 128

DDR3 SO-DIMM 1
5 M_ C S 0 # S 0# D Q2 0 VD D1 3 VS S 28
5 M_ C S 1 # M _C S 1 # 121 42 M _A _D Q2 1 112 133
M _C L K _D D R 0 101 S 1# D Q2 1 50 M _A _D Q2 2 117 VD D1 4 VS S 29 134
5 M _ CL K _ DD R0 CK0 D Q2 2 VD D1 5 VS S 30
5 M_ C LK _D D R 0# M _C L K _D D R 0# 103 52 M _A _D Q2 3 118 138
M _C L K _D D R 1 102 CK0 # D Q2 3 57 M _A _D Q2 4 123 VD D1 6 VS S 31 139
5 M _ CL K _ DD R1 CK1 D Q2 4 VD DSPD VD D1 7 VS S 32
5 M_ C LK _D D R 1# M _C L K _D D R 1# 104 59 M _A _D Q2 5 124 144
M _C K E 0 73 CK1 # D Q2 5 67 M _A _D Q2 6 VD D1 8 VS S 33 145
5 M_ C K E 0 CKE0 D Q2 6 20 mils VS S 34
PVT: Del C292 C296 5 M_ C K E 1 M _C K E 1 74
CKE1 D Q2 7
69 M _A _D Q2 7 199
V D DS P D VS S 35
150
M _A _ C A S # 115 56 M _A _D Q2 8 151
6 M _ A _C A S # CAS# D Q2 8 VS S 36
M _A _ R A S # 110 58 M _A _D Q2 9 C2 9 7 C 2 94 Z 1 0 01 77 155
6 M _ A _R A S # M _A _ W E # 113 RAS# D Q2 9 68 M _A _D Q3 0 1. 5 V Z 1 0 02 122 NC 1 VS S 37 156
6 M_ A _ W E # W E# D Q3 0 NC 2 VS S 38
S A 0 _ DIM 0 197 70 M _A _D Q3 1 Z 1 0 03 125 161
S A 1 _ DIM 0 201 SA0 D Q3 1 129 M _A _D Q3 2 2 . 2 u_ 6 . 3 V _0 6 . 1 u _ 10 V _ 0 4 NC T E ST VS S 39 162
SA1 D Q3 2 VS S 40
202 131 M _A _D Q3 3 198 167
1 1, 1 5 , 1 8 I C H _S M B C LK 0 S CL D Q3 3 5 P M _E X T T S 0 # EVEN T# VS S 41
R 1 99 R 19 6
1 1, 1 5 , 1 8 I C H _S M B D A T0
200
S DA D Q3 4
141
143
M
M
_A
_A
_D
_D
Q3 4
Q3 5 DV T R2 0 1
5 , 1 1 D D R 3 _D R A M R S T #
30
RE SE T # VS S 42
168
172
M _O D T 0 116 D Q3 5 130 M _A _D Q3 6 10 K _ 1 % _0 4 VS S 43 173
5 M_ OD T0 OD T 0 D Q3 6 VS S 44
1 0 K_ 0 4 1 0 K _0 4 M _O D T 1 120 132 M _A _D Q3 7 1 178
5 M_ OD T1 OD T 1 D Q3 7 140 M _A _D Q3 8 MV R E F _ D I M 0 126 V R E F _ DQ VS S 45 179
D Q3 8 20m ils V R E F _ CA VS S 46
11 142 M _A _D Q3 9 184
6 M _ A _ D M0 28 D M0 D Q3 9 147 M _A _D Q4 0 VS S 47 185
6 M _ A _ D M1 D M1 D Q4 0 VS S 48
46 149 M _A _D Q4 1 R2 0 0 C3 1 1 C2 8 6 C2 8 8 C 3 10 C3 0 9 2 189
6 M _ A _ D M2 63 D M2 D Q4 1 157 M _A _D Q4 2 3 VSS1 VS S 49 190
6 M _ A _ D M3 D M3 D Q4 2 VSS2 VS S 50
136 159 M _A _D Q4 3 10 K _ 1 % _0 4 1 u_ 6 . 3 V _ 04 * . 1 u_ 1 0 V _ 04 2. 2 u _ 6. 3V _ 0 6 * . 1 u_ 1 0 V _0 4 * . 1 u_ 1 0 V _ 04 8 195
6 M _ A _ D M4 153 D M4 D Q4 3 146 M _A _D Q4 4 9 VSS3 VS S 51 196
6 M _ A _ D M5 D M5 D Q4 4 VSS4 VS S 52
170 148 M _A _D Q4 5 13
6 M _ A _ D M6 187 D M6 D Q4 5 158 M _A _D Q4 6 14 VSS5
6 M _ A _ D M7 D M7 D Q4 6 VSS6
160 M _A _D Q4 7 19
12 D Q4 7 163 M _A _D Q4 8 20 VSS7 V TT _ ME M _ D I M M0
6 M _ A _D QS 0 D QS 0 D Q4 8 VSS8
29 165 M _A _D Q4 9 25
6 M _ A _D QS 1 D QS 1 D Q4 9 VSS9
6 M _ A _D QS 2 47 175 M _A _D Q5 0 26 203
64 D QS 2 D Q5 0 177 M _A _D Q5 1
CLOSE TO SO-DIMM_0 31 VSS1 0 V T T1 204
6 M _ A _D QS 3 D QS 3 D Q5 1 VSS1 1 V T T2
6 M _ A _D QS 4 137 164 M _A _D Q5 2 32
154 D QS 4 D Q5 2 166 M _A _D Q5 3 37 VSS1 2 G ND 1
6 M _ A _D QS 5 D QS 5 D Q5 3 VSS1 3 G1
6 M _ A _D QS 6 171 174 M _A _D Q5 4 38 G ND 2
188 D QS 6 D Q5 4 176 M _A _D Q5 5 43 VSS1 4 G2
6 M _ A _D QS 7 D QS 7 D Q5 5 VSS1 5
181 M _A _D Q5 6
10 D Q5 6 183 M _A _D Q5 7 D D R 3_ S O D I M M_ 2 04 P
6 M _A _D QS 0 # D QS 0# D Q5 7
6 M _A _D QS 1 # 27 191 M _A _D Q5 8
45 D QS 1# D Q5 8 193 M _A _D Q5 9
6 M _A _D QS 2 # D QS 2# D Q5 9
6 M _A _D QS 3 # 62 180 M _A _D Q6 0
135 D QS 3# D Q6 0 182 M _A _D Q6 1
6 M _A _D QS 4 # D QS 4# D Q6 1
6 M _A _D QS 5 # 152 192 M _A _D Q6 2
169 D QS 5# D Q6 2 194 M _A _D Q6 3
6 M _A _D QS 6 # D QS 6# D Q6 3 V T T _M E M
6 M _A _D QS 7 # 186
D QS 7# V T T _M E M_ D I MM 0
D D R 3 _ S OD I MM _ 20 4 P

C3 0 3 C 29 5 C2 9 3 C3 0 2

1u _ 6 . 3V _0 4 1 u _ 6. 3 V _ 0 4 1 u_ 6 . 3 V _ 04 . 1u _ 1 0V _0 4

1 . 5V 1 . 5V _D I MM 0

C2 5 7 C 31 2 C 2 77 C2 8 0 C3 1 6 C2 8 2 C3 0 7 C3 0 6 C 30 5 C2 9 0 C2 8 7 C 30 8 C 2 89
+
1 u _ 6. 3 V _ 0 4
1 0 0 u_ 1 0 V _D 1 0 u _ 10 V _ 0 8 10 u _ 10 V _ 0 8 1 0 u _1 0 V _ 0 8 10 u _ 10 V _ 0 8 10 u _ 10 V _ 0 8 *1 0 u _1 0 V _ 08 . 1 u _ 10 V _ 0 4 . 1 u_ 1 0 V _ 04 . 1u _ 1 0V _0 4 . 1 u _ 10 V _ 0 4 0 . 0 1u _ 5 0V _0 4

1 1 ,3 1 V T T_ M E M
11 V DD S P D
5 , 7 , 9, 1 1 , 2 7, 31 , 3 3 1 . 5V
2 , 3 , 5 , 9, 12 , 1 3 , 14 , 1 5 , 1 6, 1 9 , 2 0 , 21 , 2 2 , 2 3, 2 4 , 2 5, 2 6 , 2 8 , 30 , 3 2 , 3 3, 3 5 , 3 6, 37 , 3 8 3 . 3V S
1 1 , 1 4, 1 5 , 1 6, 18 , 3 2 3 . 3V M

DDR3 SO-DIMM 1 B - 11
Schematic Diagrams

DDR3 SO-DIMM 2

SO-DIMM 1
6 M_ B _ A [ 14 : 0 ] J D I MM 2A M_ B _ D Q [ 6 3: 0] 6
M_ B _ A 0 98 5 M_ B _ D Q 0
A0 D Q0
M_ B _ A 1 97 7 M_ B _ D Q 1
M_ B _ A 2 96 A1 D Q1 15 M_ B _ D Q 2
A2 D Q2
M_ B _ A 3 95 17 M_ B _ D Q 3
M_ B _ A 4 92 A3 D Q3 4 M_ B _ D Q 4 J D I MM 2B
A4 D Q4
M_ B _ A 5 91 6 M_ B _ D Q 5
M_ B _ A 6 90 A5 D Q5 16 M_ B _ D Q 6
A6 D Q6 1 . 5V _ D I MM 1
M_ B _ A 7 86 18 M_ B _ D Q 7
M_ B _ A 8 89 A7 D Q7 21 M_ B _ D Q 8
Layout Note: M_ B _ A 9 85
A8 D Q8
23 M_ B _ D Q 9 75 44
M_ B _ A 1 0 1 07 A9 D Q9 33 M_ B _ D Q 10 76 VD D1 VSS 16 48
signal/space/signal: M_ B _ A 1 1 84 A1 0 /A P D Q 10 35 M_ B _ D Q 11 81 VD D2 VSS 17 49
M_ B _ A 1 2 83 A1 1 D Q 11 22 M_ B _ D Q 12 82 VD D3 VSS 18 54
6 /4 / 6 M_ B _ A 1 3 1 19 A1 2 /B C# D Q 12 24 M_ B _ D Q 13 87 VD D4 VSS 19 55
M_ B _ A 1 4 80 A1 3 D Q 13 34 M_ B _ D Q 14 88 VD D5 VSS 20 60
78 A1 4 D Q 14 36 M_ B _ D Q 15 93 VD D6 VSS 21 61
A1 5 D Q 15 39 M_ B _ D Q 16 94 VD D7 VSS 22 65
M_ B _ B S 0 # 1 09 D Q 16 41 M_ B _ D Q 17 99 VD D8 VSS 23 66
6 M _B _B S 0# BA0 D Q 17 VD D9 VSS 24
M_ B _ B S 1 # 1 08 51 M_ B _ D Q 18 10 0 71
B.Schematic Diagrams

6 M _B _B S 1# M_ B _ B S 2 # 79 BA1 D Q 18 53 M_ B _ D Q 19 10 5 VD D1 0 VSS 25 72
6 M _B _B S 2# BA2 D Q 19 VD D1 1 VSS 26
M_ C S 2 # 1 14 40 M_ B _ D Q 20 10 6 127
5 M_ C S 2# M_ C S 3 # 1 21 S0 # D Q 20 42 M_ B _ D Q 21 11 1 VD D1 2 VSS 27 128
5 M_ C S 3# S1 # D Q 21 VD D1 3 VSS 28
1 01 50 M_ B _ D Q 22 11 2 133
5 M_ C L K _ D D R 2 1 03 C K0 D Q 22 52 M_ B _ D Q 23 11 7 VD D1 4 VSS 29 134
5 M _ CL K _ DDR 2 # C K0 # D Q 23 VD D1 5 VSS 30
PVT: Del C329,C33 1 5 M_ C L K _ D D R 3 1 02
C K1 D Q 24
57 M_ B _ D Q 24 11 8
VD D1 6 VSS 31
138
1 04 59 M_ B _ D Q 25 V D DSP D 12 3 139
5 M _ CL K _ DDR 3 # C K1 # D Q 25 VD D1 7 VSS 32
5 M_ C K E 2 M_ C K E 2 73 67 M_ B _ D Q 26 12 4 144

Sheet 11 of 42 M_ C K E 3 74 C KE0 D Q 26 69 M_ B _ D Q 27 VD D1 8 VSS 33 145


5 M_ C K E 3 C KE1 D Q 27 20m ils VSS 34
6 M_ B _ C A S # M_ B _ C A S # 1 15 56 M_ B _ D Q 28 19 9 150
M_ B _ R A S # 1 10 C AS# D Q 28 58 M_ B _ D Q 29 V D DS P D VSS 35 151
6 M_ B _ R A S # R AS# D Q 29 VSS 36
M_ B _ W E # 1 13 68 M_ B _ D Q 30 C3 1 7 C 3 23 Z 11 0 1 77 155

DDR3 SO-DIMM 2
6 M_ B _ W E # W E# D Q 30 1 .5 V N C1 VSS 37
S A0 _ DIM 1 1 97 70 M_ B _ D Q 31 Z 11 0 2 12 2 156
SA0 D Q 31 N C2 VSS 38
S A1 _ DIM 1 2 01 129 M_ B _ D Q 32 2. 2 u _ 6. 3 V _ 0 6 . 1u _ 1 0V _ 0 4 Z 11 0 3 12 5 161
2 02 SA1 D Q 32 131 M_ B _ D Q 33 N CT E S T VSS 39 162
1 0 , 1 5, 1 8 I C H _ S MB C LK 0 SC L D Q 33 VSS 40
1 0 , 1 5, 1 8 I C H _ S MB D A T 0 2 00 141 M_ B _ D Q 34 5 P M _ E XT T S 1 # 19 8 167
SD A D Q 34 EVEN T# VSS 41
R2 0 9 R2 1 0
5 M_ OD T 2
M_ O D T 2 1 16 D Q 35
143
130
M_ B _ D Q
M_ B _ D Q
35
36 DV T R2 1 5
5 , 1 0 D D R 3 _ D R A MR S T#
30
R ESET# VSS 42
168
172
10 K _ 0 4 10 K _ 0 4 M_ O D T 3 1 20 O DT 0 D Q 36 132 M_ B _ D Q 37 1 0 K _ 1% _ 0 4 VSS 43 173
5 M_ OD T 3 O DT 1 D Q 37 140 M_ B _ D Q 38 1 VSS 44 178
11 D Q 38 142 M_ B _ D Q 39 MV R E F _ D I M 1 12 6 V R E F _ DQ VSS 45 179
6 M_ B _ D M 0 28 D M0 D Q 39 147 M_ B _ D Q 40
20m ils V R E F _ CA VSS 46 184
6 M_ B _ D M 1 D M1 D Q 40 VSS 47
3. 3 V M 46 149 M_ B _ D Q 41 C 33 2 C 33 3 C 32 4 C 3 34 C3 2 6 185
6 M_ B _ D M 2 63 D M2 D Q 41 157 M_ B _ D Q 42 R 21 4 2 VSS 48 189
6 M_ B _ D M 3 D M3 D Q 42 VSS1 VSS 49
1 36 159 M_ B _ D Q 43 1 u _6 . 3 V _ 0 4 * . 1u _ 1 0V _ 0 4 2 . 2 u_ 6 . 3 V _0 6 *. 1 u_ 1 0 V _ 04 *. 1 u _ 10 V _ 0 4 3 190
6 M_ B _ D M 4 1 53 D M4 D Q 43 146 M_ B _ D Q 44 1 0 K _ 1% _ 0 4 8 VSS2 VSS 50 195
6 M_ B _ D M 5 D M5 D Q 44 VSS3 VSS 51
1 70 148 M_ B _ D Q 45 9 196
6 M_ B _ D M 6 1 87 D M6 D Q 45 158 M_ B _ D Q 46 13 VSS4 VSS 52
6 M_ B _ D M 7 D M7 D Q 46 VSS5
160 M_ B _ D Q 47 14
12 D Q 47 163 M_ B _ D Q 48 19 VSS6
6 M_ B _ D Q S0 D QS 0 D Q 48 VSS7 V T T _ ME M _D I MM 1
6 M_ B _ D Q S1 29 165 M_ B _ D Q 49 20
47 D QS 1 D Q 49 175 M_ B _ D Q 50 25 VSS8
6 M_ B _ D Q S2
64
D QS 2 D Q 50
177 M_ B _ D Q 51
CLOSE TO SO-DIMM_1 26
VSS9
203
6 M_ B _ D Q S3 D QS 3 D Q 51 VSS1 0 V T T1
1 37 164 M_ B _ D Q 52 31 204
6 M_ B _ D Q S4 D QS 4 D Q 52 VSS1 1 V T T2
6 M_ B _ D Q S5 1 54 166 M_ B _ D Q 53 32
1 71 D QS 5 D Q 53 174 M_ B _ D Q 54 37 VSS1 2 G ND 1
6 M_ B _ D Q S6 D QS 6 D Q 54 VSS1 3 G1
6 M_ B _ D Q S7 1 88 176 M_ B _ D Q 55 38 G ND 2
D QS 7 D Q 55 181 M_ B _ D Q 56 43 VSS1 4 G2
D Q 56 VSS1 5
6 M_ B _ D QS 0# 10 183 M_ B _ D Q 57
27 D QS 0 # D Q 57 191 M_ B _ D Q 58 D D R 3_ S O D I M M_ 2 04 P H
6 M_ B _ D QS 1# D QS 1 # D Q 58
6 M_ B _ D QS 2# 45 193 M_ B _ D Q 59
62 D QS 2 # D Q 59 180 M_ B _ D Q 60
6 M_ B _ D QS 3# 1 35 D QS 3 # D Q 60 182 M_ B _ D Q 61
6 M_ B _ D QS 4# D QS 4 # D Q 61
1 52 192 M_ B _ D Q 62
6 M_ B _ D QS 5# 1 69 D QS 5 # D Q 62 194 M_ B _ D Q 63
6 M_ B _ D QS 6# D QS 6 # D Q 63
1 86
6 M_ B _ D QS 7# D QS 7 # V T T _M E M
D D R 3 _S O D I M M_ 2 04 P H
V T T _ ME M _D I MM 1

L ayou t n o te: C 3 14 C3 1 3 C 2 99 C3 0 0

1 u _ 6. 3 V _ 0 4 1 u_ 6 . 3 V _ 04 1 u _ 6. 3 V _ 0 4 *. 1 u _ 10 V _ 0 4
S O -DIM M _1 is placed f art he r from
t he GM CH t han S O -DIM M _0

1 .5 V 1 . 5 V _ D I M M1

C 28 4 C3 3 9 C 3 38 C 3 37 C 3 18 C 2 81 C 3 22 C3 2 0 C 3 36 C3 2 5 C 33 5 C3 0 4 C3 1 9
+
1u _ 6 . 3V _0 4
1 00 u _ 10 V _ D 1 0u _ 1 0V _ 0 8 1 0u _ 1 0V _ 0 8 1 0 u _1 0 V _ 08 1 0 u _1 0 V _ 08 1 0 u _1 0 V _ 08 * 10 u _ 10 V _ 0 8 . 1u _ 1 0V _ 0 4 . 1 u _1 0 V _ 04 . 1 u _ 10 V _ 0 4 . 1 u_ 1 0 V _ 04 0 . 0 1 u_ 5 0 V _0 4

10 , 3 1 V T T_ M E M
10 V DD S P D
5 , 7 , 9, 10 , 2 7 , 31 , 3 3 1 . 5V
1 0 , 1 4, 15 , 1 6 , 18 , 3 2 3 . 3V M

B - 12 DDR3 SO-DIMM 2
Schematic Diagrams

LCD

1. 8 V S 1 . 8V S

PANEL U 9 U 8

* . 1 u_ 1 6V _ 0 4

* . 1u _ 1 6V _ 0 4

* . 1u _ 16 V _ 0 4

*. 1 u _ 16 V _ 0 4

* . 1 u_ 1 6V _ 0 4
*. 1 u_ 1 6 V _0 4

*. 1 u _1 6 V _ 04

*. 1 u _1 6 V _ 04

*. 1 u _1 6 V _0 4

*. 1 u_ 1 6 V _0 4
5 5
8 VD D1 8 VD D1
13 VD D2 13 VD D2
18 VD D3 18 VD D3
20 VD D4 20 VD D4
VD D5 VD D5
30 30
40 VD D6 38 E X_ L V D S _ L 0 N 40 VD D6 38 E X _ LV D S _ U0 N
VD D7 0B 1 E X _ LV D S _ L0 N 37 VD D7 0B 1 E X _ LV D S _ U0 N 3 7

C 58

C 4 31
42 37 E X_ L V D S _ L 0 P 42 37 E X _ LV D S _ U0 P

C6 9

C 72

C 62

C5 9

C6 1

C7 0

C6 7

C6 0
VD D8 1B 1 E X _ LV D S _ L0 P 3 7 VD D8 1B 1 E X _ LV D S _ U0 P 3 7
36 E X_ L V D S _ L 1 N 36 E X _ LV D S _ U1 N
2B 1 35 E X_ L V D S _ L 1 P E X _ LV D S _ L1 N 37 2B 1 35 E X _ LV D S _ U1 P E X _ LV D S _ U1 N 3 7
3B 1 E X_ L V D S _ L 1P 37 3B 1 E X _ LV D S _ U1 P 3 7
29 E X_ L V D S _ L 2 N 29 E X _ LV D S _ U2 N
4B 1 28 E X_ L V D S _ L 2 P E X _ LV D S _ L2 N 37 4B 1 28 E X _ LV D S _ U2 P E X _ LV D S _ U2 N 3 7
5B 1 E X_ L V D S _ L 2P 37 5B 1 E X _ LV D S _ U2 P 3 7
27 E X_ L V D S _ L C L K N 27 E X _ LV D S _ UCL K N
6B 1 E X_ L V D S _ L C L K N 3 7 6B 1 E X _ LV D S _ U C L K N 37
PVT: DelR302 7B 1
26 E X_ L V D S _ L C L K P
E X_ L V D S _ L C L K P 3 7 7B 1
26 E X _ LV D S _ UCL K P
E X _ LV D S _ UCL K P 3 7
L VDS_ L 0 N 2 L V DS _ U0 N 2
J LC D 1 L VDS_ L 0 P 3 A0 L V DS _ U0 P 3 A0
A1 A1
3 . 3V S E DIDV CC 1 2 E D ID_ DA T A L VDS_ L 1 N 6 L V DS _ U1 N 6
LV D S _ U C L K N 3 1 2 4 E D ID_ CL K L VDS_ L 1 P 7 A2 L V DS _ U1 P 7 A2
LV D S _ U C L K P 5 3 4 6 L VDS_ L 2 N 11 A3 L V DS _ U2 N 11 A3
5 6 A4 A4
7 8 L V D S _U 2N L VDS_ L 2 P 12 L V DS _ U2 P 12
LV D S _ U 1 N 9 7 8 10 L V D S _U 2P L V DS _ L CL K N 15 A5 L V DS _ UC L K N 15 A5
9 10 A6 A6
LV D S _ U 1 P 11 12 L V DS _ L CL K P 16 34 G M_ LV D S _ L0 N 5 L V DS _ UC L K P 16 34 G M_ LV D S _ U0 N 5
11 12 A7 0B 2 A7 0B 2

B.Schematic Diagrams
13 14 L V D S _U 0N 33 33
13 14 1B 2 G M_ LV D S _ L0 P 5 1B 2 G M_ LV D S _ U0 P 5
LV D S _ LC LK N 15 16 L V D S _U 0P 32 G M_ LV D S _ L1 N 5 32 G M_ LV D S _ U1 N 5
LV D S _ LC LK P 17 15 16 18 2B 2 31 2B 2 31
19 17 18 20 L V D S _L 2 N 3B 2 25 G M_ LV D S _ L1 P 5 3B 2 25 G M_ LV D S _ U1 P 5
19 20 4B 2 G M_ LV D S _ L2 N 5 4B 2 G M_ LV D S _ U2 N 5
LV D S _ L1 N 21 22 L V D S _L 2 P 24 24
LV D S _ L1 P 23 21 22 24 1 5B 2 23 G M_ LV D S _ L2 P 5 1 5B 2 23 G M_ LV D S _ U2 P 5
23 24 G ND1 6B 2 G M_ LV D S _ LC L K N 5 G ND1 6B 2 G M_ LV D S _ U C LK N 5
25 26 4 22 G M_ LV D S _ LC L K P 5 4 22 G M_ LV D S _ U C LK P 5
LV D S _ L0 P 27 25 26 28 10 G ND2 7B 2 10 G ND2 7B 2
27 28 G ND3 G ND3

Sheet 12 of 42
LV D S _ L0 N 29 30 14 14
29 30 17 G ND4 17 G ND4
PL VDD C ON 3 0 A 19 G ND5 19 G ND5
21 G ND6 21 G ND6
G ND7 G ND7

LCD
39 9 LV D S _ S E L R4 8 *8 . 2 K _ 04 V G A _S E L 39 9 LV D S _ S E L
G ND8 SEL G ND8 SEL
41 41
C3 1 C 33 C3 2 43 G ND9 43 G ND9
S G ND S G ND
R 49
. 1 u _1 6 V _0 4 1 0 u_ 1 0V _0 8 *1 0u _ 1 0V _ 0 8 * P I 2 P C I E 4 1 2-D * P I 2 P C I E 4 1 2-D
* 10 K _ 0 4 L V D S _ L 0N R6 4 3 0 _ 04 E X_ L V D S _ L 0N L VD S _U 0N R 64 4 0 _ 04 E X _L V D S _U 0N
L V D S _ L 0P R6 4 5 0 _ 04 E X_ L V D S _ L 0P L VD S _U 0P R 64 6 0 _ 04 E X _L V D S _U 0P
L V D S _ L 1N R6 4 7 0 _ 04 E X_ L V D S _ L 1N L VD S _U 1N R 64 8 0 _ 04 E X _L V D S _U 1N
2 L V D S _ L 1P R6 4 9 0 _ 04 E X_ L V D S _ L 1P L VD S _U 1P R 65 0 0 _ 04 E X _L V D S _U 1P
30 L V D S _ L 2N R6 5 1 0 _ 04 E X_ L V D S _ L 2N L VD S _U 2N R 65 2 0 _ 04 E X _L V D S _U 2N
L V D S _ L 2P R6 5 3 0 _ 04 E X_ L V D S _ L 2P L VD S _U 2P R 65 4 0 _ 04 E X _L V D S _U 2P
J_LCD1 L V DS _ L CL K N R6 5 5 0 _ 04 E X_ L V D S _ L C L K N L VD S _U CL K N R 65 6 0 _ 04 E X _L V D S _U CL K N
L V DS _ L CL K P R6 5 7 0 _ 04 E X_ L V D S _ L C L K P L VD S _U CL K P R 65 8 0 _ 04 E X _L V D S _U CL K P
1 29

Close to connector
C P4 5 4 L V DS _ L 0 N 3 .3 V S VG A_ SE L I np ut
* 8 P 4C X1 0 p 6 3 L V DS _ L 0 P
7 2 L V DS _ L 1 P PV T
8 1 L V DS _ L 1 N Hi gh GM
C P3 5 4 L V DS _ L 2 P R 60 3 .3 VS
* 8 P 4C X1 0 p 6 3 L V DS _ L 2 N
7 2 L V DS _ L CL K P *2 . 2 K _ 04
LO W EX
8 1 L V DS _ L CL K N