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|MerlinT||8:09am on Wednesday, August 18th, 2010|
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FCC-B Radio Frequency Interference Statement
T h is eq uip men t h as been tested and found to c omply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the measures listed below. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help. Notice 1 The changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment. Notice 2 Shielded interface cables and A.C. power cord, if any, must be used in order to comply with the emission limits. VOIR LA NOTICE DINSTALLATION AVANT DE RACCORDER AU RESEAU.
Micro-Star International MS-7392
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) Statement
Copyright Notice.... ii Trademarks.... ii Revision History.... ii Technical Support.... ii Safety Instructions.... iii FCC-B Radio Frequency Interference Statement... iv W EEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) Statement. v Chapter 1 Getting Started... 1-1 Mainboard Specifications... 1-2 Mainboard Layout... 1-4 Packing Checklist.... 1-5 Chapter 2 Hardware Setup... 2-1 Quick Components Guide... 2-2 CPU (Central Processing Unit)... 2-3 Memory..... 2-7 Power Supply.... 2-9 Back Panel.... 2-10 Connectors.... 2-11 Jumper.... 2-18 Slots.... 2-19 Chapter 3 BIOS Setup... 3-1 Entering Setup.... 3-2 The Main Menu.... 3-4 Standard CMOS Features... 3-6 Advanced BIOS Features... 3-9 Integrated Peripherals.... 3-12 Power Management Setup... 3-14 PNP/PCI Configurations... 3-16 H/W Monitor.... 3-18 Frequency/Voltage Control... 3-19 Load Fail-Safe/ Optimized Defaults... 3-23 BIOS Setting Password... 3-24 Appendix A Dual Core Center.... A-1 Activating Dual Core Center... A-2 Main..... A-3 DOT(Dynamic Over Clocking).... A-5
MSI Driver/Utility CD
Standard Cable for IDE Devices (Optional)
USB Bracket (Optional)
Back IO Shield
Parallel Port Bracket (Optional)
* The pictures are for reference only and may vary from the packing contents of the product you purchased.
This chapter provides you with the information about hardware setup procedures. While doing the installation, be careful in holding the components and follow the installation procedures. For some components, if you install in the wrong orientation, the components will not work properly. Use a grounded wrist strap before handling computer c om ponen ts. S tatic elec tric ity m ay damage the components.
Quick Components Guide
CPUFAN1, p.2-13 JPW1, p.2-9 DDR2 DIMMs, p.2-7 CPU, p.2-3
Back Panel I/O, p.2-10
ATX1, p.2-9 JLPT1, p.2-16 SYSFAN2, p.2-13 SATA1~4, p.2-12 JBAT1, p.2-18 PCI Express slots, p.2-19 IDE1, p.2-11 JCI1, p.2-12 SYSFAN1, PCI Slots, p.2-19 p.2-13 JFP2, p.2-17 JFP1, p.2-17 FDD1, p.2-11 JAUD1, p.2-14 JSPD1, p.2-16 JUSB1~2, p.2-15
CPU (Central Processing Unit)
This mainboard supports Intel processor in LGA 775 package. W hen you are installing the CPU, make sure to install the cooler to prevent overheating. If you do not have the CPU cooler, consult your dealer before turning on the computer. For the latest information about CPU, please visit http://global.msi.com.tw/index.php?
Overheating Overheating will seriously damage the CPU and system. Always make sure the cooling fan can work properly to protect the CPU from overheating. Make sure that you apply an even layer of thermal paste (or thermal tape) between the CPU and the heatsink to enhance heat dissipation. Replaceing the CPU While replacing the CPU, always turn off the ATX power supply or unplug the power supplys power cord from the grounded outlet first to ensure the safety of CPU. Overclocking This mainboard is designed to support overclocking. However, please make sure your components are able to tolerate such abnormal setting, while doing overclocking. Any attempt to operate beyond product specifications is not recommended. We do not guarantee the damages or risks caused by inadequate operation or beyond product specifications.
These DIMM slots are used for installing memory modules. For more information on compatible components, please visit http://global.msi.com. tw/index.php?func=testreport
240-pin, 1.8V 64x2=128 pin 56x2=112 pin
Due to chipset limitations, to enable dual channel mode or single channel mode, installing memory modules should refer to the following table. M emory Installation Combination (SS : single side, DS : double side, X : none installed memory) DIMM1 Combination1 Combination2 Dual Channel Mode Combination3 Combination4 Combination5 DS/SS DS/SS X X SS DIMM2 X X DS/SS DS/SS SS DIMM3 DS/SS X DS/SS X SS DIMM4 X DS/SS X DS/SS SS
Combination1 Combination2 Combination3 Combination4 Single Channel Mode Combination5 Combination6 Combination7 Combination8 Combination9 Combination10
DS/SS X X X SS X SS SS DS/SS X
X DS/SS X X SS X SS SS X DS/SS
X X DS/SS X X SS DS/SS X SS SS
X X X DS/SS X SS X DS/SS SS SS
Installing Memory Modules
1. The memory module has only one notch on the center and will only fit in the right orientation. 2. Insert the memory module vertically into the DIMM slot. Then push it in until the golden finger on the memory module is deeply inserted in the DIMM slot.
You can barely see the golden finger if the memory module is properly inserted in the DIMM slot.
3. The plastic clip at each side of the DIMM slot will automatically close.
- DDR2 memory modules are not interchangeable with DDR and the DDR2 standard is not backwards compatible. You should always install DDR2 memory modules in the DDR2 DIMM slots. - In Dual-Channel mode, make sure that you install memory modules of the same type and density in different channel DIMM slots. - To enable successful system boot-up, always insert the memory modules into the DIM M1 first. - Due to the chipset resource deployment, the system density will only be detected up to 3+GB (not full 4GB) when each DIMM is installed with a 1GB memory module.
CD-In Connector: CD_IN1
This connector is provided for external audio input.
GND L R
Front Panel Audio Connector: JAUD1
This connector allows you to connect the front panel audio and is compliant with Intel Front Panel I/O Connectivity Design Guide.
HD Audio Pin Definition
PIN SIGNAL MIC_L GND MIC_R PRESENCE# DESCRIPTION Microphone - Left channel Ground Microphone - Right channel Active low signal-signals BIOS that a High Definition Audio dongle is connected to the analog header. PRESENCE# = 0 when a High Definition Audio dongle is connected LINE out_R MIC_JD Front_JD NC LINE out_L LINEout_JD Analog Port - Right channel Jack detection return from front panel microphone JACK1 Jack detection sense line from the High Definition Audio CODEC jack detection resistor network No control Analog Port - Left channel Jack detection return from front panel JACK2
AC97 Audio Pin Definition
PIN SIGNAL MIC GND MIC_PWR NC LINE out_R NC NC Key LINE out_L NC DESCRIPTION Microphone input signal Ground Microphone power No Control Right channel audio signal to front panel No Control No Control No pin Left channel audio signal to front panel No Control
Front USB Connector: JUSB1 / JUSB2
This connector, compliant with Intel I/O Connectivity Design Guide, is ideal for connecting high-speed USB interface peripherals such as USB HDD, digital cameras, M P3 players, printers, modems and the like.
PIN 9 SIGNAL VCC USB0USB0+ GND Key (no pin) PIN 10 SIGNAL VCC USB1USB1+ GND USBOC
USB 2.0 Bracket (Optional)
Note that the pins of VCC and GND must be connected correctly to avoid possible damage.
S/PDIF-Out Connector: JSPD1 (Optional)
This connector is used to connect S/PDIF (Sony & Philips Digital Interconnect Format) interface for digital audio transmission.
SPDIF-out GND VCC
JSPD1 S/PDIF Bracket (Optional)
Parallel Port Header: JLPT1
The mainboard provides a 26-pin header for connection to an optional parallel port bracket. The parallel port is a standard printer port that supports Enhanced Parallel Port (EPP) and Extended Capabilities Parallel Port (ECP) mode.
SIGNAL RSTB# PRND0 PRND1 PRND2 PRND3 PRND4 PRND5
SIGNAL AFD# ERR# PINIT# LPT_SLIN# GND GND GND
PIN 23 25
SIGNAL PRND6 PRND7 ACK# BUSY PE SLCT
PIN 24 26
SIGNAL GND GND GND GND GND Key (No Pin)
Front Panel Connectors: JFP1, JFP2
These connectors are for electrical connection to the front panel switches and LEDs. The JFP1 is compliant with Intel Front Panel I/O Connectivity Design Guide.
Power Power LED Switch - +
+ - - + HDD Reset LED Switch
JFP1 Pin Definition
PIN 9 SIGNAL HD_LED + FP PWR/SLP HD_LED FP PWR/SLP RST_SW PWR_SW RST_SW + PWR_SW + RSVD_DNU DESCRIPTION Hard disk LED pull-up MSG LED pull-up Hard disk active LED MSG LED pull-up Reset Switch low reference pull-down to GND Power Switch high reference pull-down to GND Reset Switch high reference pull-up Power Switch low reference pull-up Reserved. Do not use.
Speaker + + -
JFP2 Pin Definition
PIN SIGNAL GND SPKSLED BUZ+ PLED BUZNC SPK+ DESCRIPTION Ground SpeakerSuspend LED Buzzer+ Power LED BuzzerNo connection Speaker+
Clear CMOS Jumper: JBAT1
There is a CMOS RAM onboard that has a power supply from an external battery to keep the data of system configuration. W ith the CMOS RAM, the system can automatically boot OS every time it is turned on. If you want to clear the system configuration, set the jumper to clear data.
You can clear CMOS by shorting 2-3 pin while the system is off. Then return to 1-2 pin position. Avoid clearing the CMOS while the system is on; it will damage the mainboard.
PCI (Peripheral Component Interconnect) Express Slot
The The The The The PCI PCI PCI PCI PCI Express Express Express Express Express slot supports the PCI Express interface expansion card. x 16 supports up to 4.0 GB/s transfer rate. x 8 supports up to 2.0 GB/s transfer rate. x 4 supports up to 1.0 GB/s transfer rate. x 1 supports up to 250 MB/s transfer rate.
PCI Express x16 Slot
PCI Express x1 Slot
PCI (Peripheral Component Interconnect) Slot
The PCI slot supports LAN card, SCSI card, USB card, and other add-on cards that comply with PCI specifications.
32-bit PCI Slot
When adding or removing expansion cards, make sure that you unplug the power supply first. Meanwhile, read the documentation for the expansion card to configure any necessary hardware or software settings for the expansion card, such as jumpers, switches or BIOS configuration.
PCI Interrupt Request Routing
The IRQ, acronym of interrupt request line and pronounced I-R-Q, are hardware lines over which devices can send interrupt signals to the microprocessor. The PCI IRQ pins are typically connected to the PCI bus pins as follows: Order 1 PCI Slot 1 PCI Slot 2 PCI Slot 3 INT A# INT B# INT C# Order 2 INT B# INT C# INT D# Order 3 INT C# INT D# INT A# Order 4 INT D# INT A# INT B#
This chapter provides information on the BIOS Setup program and allows you to configure the system for optimum use. You may need to run the Setup program when: An error message appears on the screen during the system booting up, and requests you to run SETUP. You want to change the default settings for customized features.
Power on the computer and the system will start POST (Power On Self Test) process. W hen the message below appears on the screen, press <DEL> key to enter Setup.
Press DEL to enter SETUP
If the message disappears before you respond and you still wish to enter Setup, restart the system by turning it OFF and On or pressing the RESET button. You may also restart the system by simultaneously pressing <Ctrl>, <Alt>, and <Delete> keys.
1. The items under each BIOS category described in this chapter are under continuous update for better system performance. Therefore, the description may be slightly different from the latest BIOS and should be held for reference only. 2. Upon boot-up, the 1st line appearing after the memory count is the BIOS version. It is usually in the format: A7392IMS V1.where: 1st digit refers to BIOS maker as A = AMI, W = AWARD, and P = PHOENIX. 2nd - 5th digit refers to the model number. 6th digit refers to the chipset as I = Intel, N = nVidia, and V = VIA. 7th - 8th digit refers to the customer as MS = all standard customers. V1.0 refers to the BIOS version. 071407 refers to the date this BIOS was released.
< > < > < > < > <Enter> <Esc> <+/PU> <-/PD> <F6> <F10> Move to the previous item Move to the next item Move to the item in the left hand Move to the item in the right hand Select the item Jumps to the Exit menu or returns to the main menu from a submenu Increase the numeric value or make changes Decrease the numeric value or make changes Load Optimized Defaults Save all the CMOS changes and exit
After entering the Setup menu, the first menu you will see is the Main Menu. M ain M enu The main menu lists the setup functions you can make changes to. You can use the arrow keys ( ) to select the item. The on-line description of the highlighted setup function is displayed at the bottom of the screen. Sub-M enu If you find a right pointer symbol (as shown in the right view) appears to the left of certain fields that means a sub-menu can be launched from this field. A sub-menu contains additional options for a field parameter. You can use arrow keys ( ) to highlight the field and press <Enter> to call up the sub-menu. Then you can use the control keys to enter values and move from field to field within a sub-menu. If you want to return to the main menu, just press the <Esc >.
General Help <F1>
The BIOS setup program provides a General Help screen. You can call up this screen from any menu by simply pressing <F1>. The Help screen lists the appropriate keys to use and the possible selections for the highlighted item. Press <Esc> to exit the Help screen.
The Main Menu
Standard CM OS Features Use this menu for basic system configurations, such as time, date etc. Advanced BIOS Features Use this menu to setup the items of AMI special enhanced features. Integrated Peripherals Use this menu to specify your settings for integrated peripherals. Power M anagement Setup Use this menu to specify your settings for power management. PNP/PCI Configurations This entry appears if your system supports PnP/PCI. H/W M onitor This entry shows your PC health status. Frequency/Voltage Control Use this menu to specify your settings for frequency/voltage control and overclocking. Load Fail-Safe Defaults Use this menu to load the default values set by the BIOS vendor for stable system performance.
Load Optimized Defaults Use this menu to load the default values set by the mainboard manufacturer specifically for optimal performance of the mainboard. BIOS Setting Password Use this menu to set the password for BIOS. Save & Exit Setup Save changes to CMOS and exit setup. Exit Without Saving Abandon all changes and exit setup.
Standard CMOS Features
The items in Standard CMOS Features Menu includes some basic setup items. Use the arrow keys to highlight the item and then use the <PgUp> or <PgDn> keys to select the value you want in each item.
Date (MM:DD:YY) This allows you to set the system to the date that you want (usually the current date). The format is <day><month> <date> <year>. day Day of the week, from Sun to Sat, determined by BIOS. Read-only. mon th The month from Jan. through Dec. date The date from 1 to 31 can be keyed by numeric function keys. year The year can be adjusted by users. Time (HH:MM :SS) This allows you to set the system time that you want (usually the current time). The time format is <hour> <minute> <second>. IDE Primary Master/Slave, SATA1~4 Press <Enter> to enter the sub-menu, and the following screen appears.
Device / Vender / Size It will showing the device information that you connected to the SATA connector. LBA/Large M ode This allows you to enable or disable the LBA Mode. Setting to Auto enables LBA mode if the device supports it and the devices is not already formatted with LBA mode disabled. DM A M ode Select DMA Mode. Hard Disk S.M.A.R.T. This allows you to activate the S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring Analysis & Reporting Technology) capability for the hard disks. S.M.A.R.T is a utility that monitors your disk status to predict hard disk failure. This gives you an opportunity to move data from a hard disk that is going to fail to a safe place before the hard disk becomes offline.
HPET The HPET (High Precision Event Timers) is a component that is part of the chipset. You can to enable it, and will provide you with the means to get to it via the various ACPI methods.
Boot Sequence Press <Enter> to enter the sub-menu and the following screen appears:
1st/ 2nd/ 3rd Boot Device The items allow you to set the first/ second boot device where BIOS attempts to load the disk operating system. Boot From Other Device Setting the option to [Yes] allows the system to try to boot from other device. if the system fails to boot from the 1st/ 2nd/ 3rd boot device.
USB Controller This setting allows you to enable/disable the onboard USB controller. USB Device Legacy Support Select [Enabled] if you need to use a USB-interfaced device in the operating system. Onboard LAN Controller This item is used to enable/disable the onboard LAN controller. LAN Option ROM This item is used to decide whether to invoke the Boot ROM of the LAN controller. HD Audio Controller This setting is used to enable/disable the onboard audio controller. On-Chip ATA Devices Press <Enter> to enter the sub-menu and the following screen appears:
On-Chip IDE Controller These items allow users to enable or disable the IDE controller. PCI IDE BusMaster This item allows you to enable/ disable BIOS to used PCI busmastering for reading/ writing to IDE drives. On-Chip SATA Controller These items allow users to enable or disable the SATA controller. I/O Device Press <Enter> to enter the sub-menu and the following screen appears:
COM Port 1 Select an address and corresponding interrupt for the first serial port. Parallel Port This item allows you to set parallel port. Parallel Port M ode This item allows you to select the parallel port mode.
Power Management Setup
S3-related functions described in this section are available only when your BIOS supports S3 sleep mode. ACPI Function This item is to activate the ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Management Interface) Function. If your operating system is ACPI-aware, such as W indows 2000/ XP, select [Enabled]. ACPI Standby State This item specifies the power saving modes for ACPI function. If your operating system supports ACPI, such as W indows 2000/ XP , you can choose to enter the Standby mode in S1(POS) or S3(STR) fashion through the setting of this field. Settings are: [S1] The S1 sleep mode is a low power state. In this state, no system context is lost (CPU or chipset) and hardware maintains all system context. [S3] The S3 sleep mode is a lower power state where the in formation of system configuration and open applications/files is saved to main memory that remains powered while most other hardware components turn off to save energy. The information stored in memory will be used to restore the system when a wake up event occurs.
Suspend Time Out (M inute) If system activity is not detected for the length of time specified in this field, all devices except CPU will be shut off. Power Button Function This feature sets the function of the power button (for DOS). Settings are: [PowerOn/Off] The power button functions as normal power off button. [Suspend] W hen you press the power button, the computer enters the suspend/sleep mode, but if the button is pressed for more than four seconds, the computer is turned off. Restore On AC Power Loss This item specifies whether your system will reboot after a power failure or interrupt occurs. Settings are: [Off] Always leaves the computer in the power off state. [On] Always leaves the computer in the power on state. [Last State] Restores the system to the status before power failure or interrupt occurred. Wake Up Event Setup Press <Enter> and the following sub-menu appears.
Resume From S3 By USB Device The item allows the activity of the USB device to wake up the system from S3 (Suspend to RAM) sleep state. Resume From S3 By PS/2 Keyboard This setting determines whether the system will be awakened from what power saving modes when input signal of the PS/2 keyboard is detected. Resume From S3 By PS/2 M ouse This setting determines whether the system will be awakened from what power saving modes when input signal of the PS/2 mouse is detected. Resume by PCI Device (PME#) W hen set to [Enabled], the feature allows your system to be awakened from the power saving modes through any event on PME (Power Management Event). Resume by PCI-E Device W hen set to [Enabled], the feature allows your system to be awakened from the power saving modes through any event on PCIE device. Resume by RTC Alarm The field is used to enable or disable the feature of booting up the system on a scheduled time/date.
This section describes configuring the PCI bus system and PnP (Plug & Play) feature. PCI, or Peripheral Component Interconnect, is a system which allows I/O devices to operate at speeds nearing the speed the CPU itself uses when communicating with its special components. This section covers some very technical items and it is strongly recommended that only experienced users should make any changes to the default settings.
Primary Graphics Adapter This setting specifies which graphics card is your primary graphics adapter. PCI Latency Timer This item controls how long each PCI device can hold the bus before another takes over. W hen set to higher values, every PCI device can conduct transactions for a longer time and thus improve the effective PCI bandwidth. For better PCI performance, you should set the item to higher values. PCI Slot 1/ 2/ 3 IRQ These items specify the IRQ line for each PCI slot.
IRQ Resource Setup Press <Enter> to enter the sub-menu and the following screen appears.
IRQ 3/4/5/7/9/10/11/14/15 These items specify the bus where the specified IRQ line is used. The settings determine if AMIBIOS should remove an IRQ from the pool of available IRQs passed to devices that are configurable by the system BIOS. The available IRQ pool is determined by reading the ESCD NVRAM. If more IRQs must be removed from the IRQ pool, the end user can use these settings to reserve the IRQ by assigning an [Reserved] setting to it. Onboard I/O is configured by AMIBIOS. All IRQs used by onboard I/O are configured as [Available]. If all IRQs are set to [Reserved], and IRQ 14/15 are allocated to the onboard PCI IDE, IRQ 9 will still be available for PCI and PnP devices.
IRQ (Interrupt Request) lines are system resources allocated to I/O devices. When an I/O device needs to gain attention of the operating system, it signals this by causing an IRQ to occur. After receiving the signal, when the operating system is ready, the system will interrupt itself and perform the service required by the I/O device.
Chassis Intrusion The field enables or disables the feature of recording the chassis intrusion status and issuing a warning message if the chassis is once opened. To clear the warning message, set the field to [Reset]. The setting of the field will automatically return to [Enabled] later. CPU Smart FAN Target The mainboard provides the Smart Fan function which can control the CPU fan speed automatically depending on the current temperature to keep it with in a specific range. You can select a fan target value here. If the current CPU fan temperature reaches to the target value, the smart fan function will be activated. It provides several sections to speed up for cooling down automaticlly. CPU Min.FAN Speed (%) This field is used to set the minimum CPU fan speed. PC Health Status CPU/ System Temperature, CPU FAN/ SYS FAN1/2 Speed, CPU Vcore, 3. 3V, 5V, 12V, 5VSB These items display the current status of all of the monitored hardware devices/ components such as CPU voltage, temperatures and all fans speeds.
Change these settings only if you are familiar with the chipset. Current CPU / DRAM Frequency These items show the current clocks of CPU and Memory speed. Read-only. D.O.T Control D.O.T. (Dynamic Overclocking Technology) is the automatic overclocking function, included in the MSITM s newly developed CoreCell TM Technology. It is designed to detect the load balance of CPU while running programs, and to adjust the best CPU frequency automatically. W hen the motherboard detects CPU is running programs, it will speed up CPU automatically to make the program run smoothly and faster. W hen the CPU is temporarily suspending or staying in the low load balance, it will restore the default settings instead. Usually the Dynamic Overclocking Technology will be powered only when users' PC need to run huge amount of data like 3D games or the video process, and the CPU frequency need to be boosted up to enhance the overall performance. Settings are: [Disabled] Disable Dynamic Overclocking. [Private] 1st level of overclocking, increasing the frequency by 1%. [Sergeant] 2nd level of overclocking, increasing the frequency by 3%.
[Captain] [Colonel] [General] [Commander]
3rd 4th 5th 6th
level of level of level of level of
overclocking, increasing overclocking, increasing overclocking, increasing overclocking, increasing
the frequency by 5%. the frequency by 7%. the frequency by 10%. the frequency by 15%.
Even though the Dynamic Overclocking Technology is more stable than manual overclocking, basically, it is still risky. We suggest user to make sure that your CPU can afford to overclocking regularly first. If you find the PC appears to be unstable or reboot incidentally, it's better to disable the Dynamic Overclocking or to lower the level of overclocking options. By the way, if you need to conduct overclocking manually, you also need to disable the Dynamic OverClocking first. Adjust CPU FSB Frequency This item allows you to select the CPU Front Side Bus clock frequency (in MHz). Adjust CPU Ratio This item allows you to set the CPU ratio. This field will available after you installed the CPU which support speedstep technology. Adjusted CPU Frequency It shows the adjusted CPU frequency. Read-only. Advance DRAM Configuration Press <Enter> to enter the sub-menu and the following screen appears.
Configuration DRAM Timing by SPD Setting to [Enabled] enables DRAM CAS# Latency automatically to be determined by BIOS based on the configurations on the SPD (Serial Presence Detect) EEPROM on the DRAM module. DRAM CAS# Latency W hen the Configuration DRAM Timing by SPD sets to [Disabled], the field is adjustable.This controls the CAS latency, which determines the timing delay (in clock cycles) before SDRAM starts a read command after receiving it.
DRAM RAS# to CAS# Delay W hen the Configuration DRAM Timing by SPD sets to [Disabled], the field is adjustable. W hen DRAM is refreshed, both rows and columns are addressed separately. This setup item allows you to determine the timing of the transition from RAS (row address strobe) to CAS (column address strobe). The less the clock cycles, the faster the DRAM performance. DRAM RAS# Precharge W hen the Configuration DRAM Timing by SPD sets to [Disabled], this field is adjustable. This setting controls the number of cycles for Row Address Strobe (RAS) to be allowed to precharge. If insufficient time is allowed for the RAS to accumulate its charge before DRAM refresh, refresh may be incomplete and DRAM may fail to retain data. This item applies only when synchronous DRAM is installed in the system. DRAM RAS# Activate to Prechar W hen the Configuration DRAM Timing by SPD sets to [Disabled], this field is adjustable. This item controls the number of cycles for Row Address Strobe (RAS) to be allowed to precharge. If insufficient time is allowed for the RAS to accumulate its charge before DRAM refresh, refresh may be incomplete and DRAM may fail to retain data. This item applies only when synchronous DRAM is installed in the system. DRAM TRFC W hen the Configuration DRAM Timing by SPD sets to [Disabled], the field is adjustable. This setting determines the time RFC takes to read from and write to a memory cell. DRAM TWR W hen the Configuration DRAM Timing by SPD sets to [Disabled], the field is adjustable. Minimum time interval between end of write data burst and the start of a precharge command. Allows sense amplifiers to restore data to cells. DRAM TWTR W hen the Configuration DRAM Timing by SPD sets to [Disabled], the field is adjustable. Minimum time interval between the end of write data burst and the start of a column-read command. It allows I/O gating to overdrive sense amplifiers before read command starts. DRAM TRRD W hen the Configuration DRAM Timing by SPD sets to [Disabled], the field is adjustable. Specifies the active-to-active delay of different banks. Time interval between a read and a precharge command. DRAM TRTP W hen the Configuration DRAM Timing by SPD sets to [Disabled], the field is adjustable. Time interval between a read and a precharge command. FSB/Memory Ratio This item will allow you to adjust the FSB/Ratio of the memory.
Lo ad W henever you would like to use preload settings, simply click this, the whole list will be shown for your selection.
Delete To delete the pre-saved settings which are created from previous steps.
Frequently Used Equalizer Setting Realtek recognizes the needs that you might have. By leveraging our long experience at audio field, Realtek HD Audio Sound Manager provides you certain optimized equalizer settings that are frequently used for your quick enjoyment. [How to Use It] Other than the buttons Pop Live Club & Rock shown on the page, to pull down the arrow in Others, you will find more optimized settings available to you. Karaoke M ode Karaoke mode brings Karaoke fun back home. Simply using the music you usually play, Karaoke mode can help you eliminate the vocal of the song or adjust the key to accommodate your range. 1.Vocal Cancellation: Single click on Voice Cancellation, the vocal of the song would be eliminated, while the background music is still in place, and you can be that singer! 2.Key Adjustment: Using Up / Down Arrow to find a key which better fits your vocal range.
Raise the key Remov e the human voice
Lower the key
In the Mixer part, you may adjust the volumes of the rear and front panels individually. 1. Adjust Volume You can adjust the volume of the speakers that you pluged in front or rear panel.
Before set up, please make sure the playback devices are well plugged in the jacks on the rear or front panel. 2. Multi-Stream Function ALC888 supports an outstanding feature called Multi-Stream, which means you may play different audio sources simultaneously and let them output respectively from the indicated real panel or front panel. This feature is very helpful when 2 people are using the same computer together for different purposes. button and the Mixer ToolBox menu will appear. Then check the Enable Click the playback multi-streaming and click OK to save the setup.
You have to plug the device into the jacks on the rear and front panel first before enable the multi-stream function.
W hen you are playing the first audio source (for example: use W indows Media Player to play DVD/VCD), the output will be played from the rear panel, which is the default setting. Then you must to select the Realtek HD Audio 2nd output from the scroll list first, and use a different program to play the second audio source (for example: use Winamp to play MP3 files). You will find that the second audio source (MP3 music) will come out from the Line-Out audio jack of Front Panel.
3. Playback control
Playback device Tool Mute This function is to let you freely decide which ports to output the sound. And this is essential when multistreaming playback enabled. - Realtek HD Audio Output - Realtek HD Audio 2nd Output
Output Sampling Rate 44.1KHz: This is recommend while playing CD. 48KHz: This is recommended while playing DVD or Dolby. 96KHz: This is recommended while playing DVD-Audio. 192KHz: This is recommended while playing High quality Audio. Output Source No S/PDIF out: There will no S/PDIF out. Output digital audio source: The digital audio format (such as.wav,.mp3,.midi etc) will come out through S/PDIF-Out.
Test Speakers You can select the speaker by clicking it to test its functionality. The one you select will light up and make testing sound. If any speaker fails to make sound, then check whether the cable is inserted firmly to the connector or replace the bad speakers with good ones. Or you may click the auto test each speaker automatically. Center button to test the sounds of
Front Right Side Right Subwoof er
In this tab you may set the function of the microphone. Select the Noise Suppression to remove the possible noise during recording, or select Acoustic Echo Cancelltion to cancel the acoustic echo druing recording. Acoustic Echo Cancelltion prevents playback sound from being recorded by microphone together with your sound. For example, you might have chance to use VOIP function through Internet with your friends. The voice of your friend will come out from speakers (playback). However, the voice of your friend might also be recorded into your microphone then go back to your friend through Internet. In that case, your friend will hear his /her own voic e again. W ith AEC(Ac oustic Echo Cancellation) enabled at your side, your friend can enjoy the benefit with less echo.
3D Audio Demo
In this tab you may adjust your 3D positional audio before playing 3D audio applications like gaming. You may also select different environment to choose the most suitable environment you like.
In this tab it provides some information about this HD Audio Configuration utility, including Audio Driver Version, DirectX Version, Audio Controller & Audio Codec. You may also select the language of this utility by choosing from the Language list.
Also there is a selection Show icon in system tray. Switch it on and an icon will show in the system tray. Right-click on the icon and the Audio Accessories dialogue box will appear which provides several multimedia features for you to take advantage of.
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