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MS-5120 Mainboard Manual
Ver 1.0 Trademarks Acknowledgment
The information presented in this publication has been carefully reviewed; however, no responsibility is assumed for any inaccuracy. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
IBM, AT, XT are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation. Award is a registered trademark of Award Software Inc. Intel, Pentium, and Triton are trademarks of Intel Corporation. MS-DOS and Microsoft are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Other trademarks belong to their respective owners.
Table of Contents Overview.... 4
Main Features....5 Static Electricity Precautions... 6 Unpacking the Mainboard... 7
Installation Procedures... 8
Mainboard Layout... 9 Jumper Settings...10 Jumpers... 10 J2 Power Supply Connector..11 Connectors:.... 11 USB1 Universal Serial BUS Connector..11 J1 Keyboard Connector.. 11 J3 HDD LED Connector... 11 J7 System Reset.. 11 JP2 Flash ROM...11 JP6 DIMM Module Voltage..11 J8 Power LED Connector..12 J4 Speaker Connector...12 JP1 Clear CMOS... 12 JP3A, B, C CPU Speed Selectors..12 JP11A, B CPU Internal Clock Speed Selectors.12 JP8 CPU Voltage Selectors.. 12 JP10 CPU Type Selectors..13 PS/2 Mouse Connector... 13 IR1 Infra Red... 13 Memory Bank...13
How to Identify Your BIOS... 14
How to Update and Flash Your BIOS.. 14
Award BIOS Setup.. 15
CMOS Setup Utility...15 Standard CMOS Setup...15 BIOS Features Setup...17 Chipset Features Setup...20 Power Management Setup... 21 PNP/PCI Configurations...24 Load Setup Defaults...25 Integrated Peripherals...25 Supervisor/User Password... 28 IDE HDD Auto Detection... 28 Save and Exit Setup... 29 Exit without Saving... 29
Appendix: CPU Table... A1
Congratulations on your decision to purchase MS5120 Mainboard of the MATSONIC series. This mainboard features the advanced capabilities of the VIA PCI chipset with high speed PCI local BUS and super I/O and it also provides the ultimate solution for optimizing the performance of your system. This highly flexible mainboard is designed to run a full line of Intel Pentium, Cyrix/IBM 6x86, and AMD-K5 processors, and can be easily upgraded due to its 321-pin ZIF socket and auto switch Split Voltage Regulator. The processor performance is enhanced by a second level writeback pipeline Burst SRAM cache of up to 512k and main memory of up to 384MB DRAM. Main memory can be installed by using the board's four 72-pin SIMM sockets and two 168-pin DIMM sockets, which accept high performing SDRAM. The MS5120 supports three 16-bit ISA slots and four 32-bit PCI slots. Also, it features built-in high-speed super I/O onboard, including one USB connector, two 16550A UART compatible Serial ports, one EPP/ECP capable parallel port and IR which are integrated into a single dual-height rear I/O panel for optimum ease of configuration. Moreover, a high-speed PCI Bus Master Enhanced IDE controller is included to provide high-speed connections for up to four IDE devices, including Hard Disk and CD-ROM drives, and an upgradable Plug and Play Flash BIOS, and 16.6M PIO4 transfer rate.
The MS5120 Mainboard comes with the following high-performance features: u u VIA PCIset chipset; Flexible Processor Support; Onboard 321-pin ZIF socket supports Intel Pentium (P54C/P55C/MMX) CPU 75 ~ 233 MHz processors Cyrix/IBM 6x86-P120+ (100MHz) ~ 6x86-P200 + (150 MHz) processors/M2 series processors AMD K5/K6 series processors; Support switch Split Voltage Regulator; Ultra-fast Level II Cache Supports onboard Pipeline Burst SRAM expandable to 512K Accepts up to 256MB RAM in two banks using four SIMMs of 8, 16, 32, 64 MB with support for FPM and EDO DRAM and two DIMMs of 8, 16, 32, 64MB with support for SDRAM and EDO DRAM; Three 16-bit ISA and four 32-bit PCI expansion slots provide Master Mode; System BIOS supports 4 IDE hard disk drives, the capacity of each hard disk can surpass 528MB up to 8GB; Universal Serial BUS (USB) Support Two Universal Serial Bus plug-in connectors integrated on the rear I/O panel;
MS5120 Mainboard Manual u u Supports Ultra DMA/33 Enhanced PCI Bus Master IDE Controller Integrated Enhanced PCI local bus IDE controller with two connectors supports up to four IDE devices such as Hard Disk, CD-ROM or tape backup drives via two channels for high-speed data throughput. This controller supports PIO Modes 3 and 4, DMA Mode 2, and Ultra DMA/33 for optimized system performance; Super Multi I/O Includes two integrated 16550A UART compatible serial ports, one EPP/ECP capable parallel port, one IR port, and one Floppy Drive connector; Award BIOS System BIOS supports NCR810 SCSI BIOS firmware and Green feature function, Plug & Play Flash ROM ready.
Static Electricity Precautions
Static electricity can easily damage your MS-5120 Mainboard. The following procedures can help you to protect your mainboard from electrostatic discharge. 1. Keep the mainboard and other system components in anti-static packaging until you are ready to install them. Ground yourself before removing any system component from its protective anti-static packaging. Examples of grounded surfaces within easy reach are expansion slots at the rear of the system case and any other unpainted metallic surface on the system chassis. Frequently ground yourself to discharge static electricity that may build up in your body while installing and /or configuring your system. Avoid touching sensitive components. Only handle the mainboard by its edges or by the mounting bracket.
Unpacking the Mainboard
The MS-5120 Mainboard comes in a sturdy cardboard shipping carton. The carton contains the following items: MS-5120 Mainboard IDE, FDD, Serial port and Printer cables This Users Manual
The MS-5120 Mainboard is easily damaged by static electricity. Observe the following precautions while unpacking and installing the mainboard. Caution: Touch an unpainted area of the system chassis before handling the mainboard or any component. Doing so will discharge the static charge your body may have built. Do not apply power if the mainboard appears damaged. If there is damage to the board, or missing items, contact your dealer immediately.
This chapter explains how to configure the MS5120 Mainboard's hardware. Before doing any installation, make sure that you are working with an unplugged mainboard. Many components powered by low voltage current, but there still may be a dangerous electric current coming from the leads and power supply. To set up your computer, you should follow these installation steps: u u u u u u
Step 1 Set system jumpers Step 2 Install System RAM modules Step 3 Install the CPU Step 4 Install expansion cards Step 5 Connect cables and power supply Step 6 Set up BIOS feature (Please read Chapter Three.)
COM1 COM2 J2 PCI1
A B C D E
5V 3.3V 1
HD-LED TB-LED TB-SW
JP10 J6 JP11
J5 J3 J4
Figure 2-1 Mainboard Component Layout
MS5120 Mainboard Manual
You can configure hardware options by setting jumpers on the motherboard. See figure 2-1 for jumper location. Some jumpers on the board have three metal pins with each pin representing a different function. To set a jumper, a black, white, or red cap containing metal contacts is placed over the jumper pin(s) according to the required configuration. A jumper is shorted when a cap has been placed on one or two of its pins. NOTE : Users are not encouraged to change the jumper settings that are not listed in this manual. Changing the jumper settings improperly may adversely affect system performance.
Pins 2 and 3 are shorted with a jumper cap
P3 P2 P1
Pins 1 and 2 are shorted with a jumper cap
The jumper is open
The jumper is shorted (closed)
J2 Power Supply Connector
Pin Description Power Good +5V DC +12V DC 12V DC Ground Ground Pin Description Ground Ground 5V DC +5V DC +5V DC +5V DC
COM1 COM2 PRN1 IDE1 IDE2 Serial Port #1 Serial Port #2 Parallel Port Primary IDE Port Secondary IDE Port
USB1 Universal Serial BUS Connector
Pin Description Pin Description 1 +5V DC 2 +5V DC 3 Data 4 Data 5 Data + 6 Data + 7 Ground 8 Ground 9 N.C. 10 N.C.
J1 Keyboard Connector
Pin 5 Description Keyboard Clock Keyboard Data N.C. Ground +5V DC
J3 HDD LED Connector
Pin + Description +5V DC Active Low
J7 System Reset
Setting Description Ground Reset System
JP2 Flash ROM
Setting P1, P2 P2, P3 Description 12V Flash ROM (default) 5V Flash ROM
JP6 DIMM Module Voltage
Setting A B 5V P1, P2 P1, P2 3.3V P2, P3 P2, P3
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J8 Keylock & Power LED Connector
Pin 5 Description LED Output N.C. Ground Keylock Ground
J4 Speaker Connector
Pin Description Data Out N.C. Ground +5V
JP1 Clear CMOS
Setting Open Close Description Normal (default) Clear CMOS
JP3A, B, C CPU Speed Selectors
Settings A B C 50MHz P2, P3 P2, P3 P2, P3 55MHz P1, P2 P2, P3 P2, P3 60MHz P2, P3 P2, P3 P1, P2 66MHz P2, P3 P1, P2 P2, P3 75MHz P1, P2 P2, P3 P1, P2
JP11A, B CPU Internal Clock Speed Selectors
Settings A B 1.5X P1, P2 P1, P2 2.0X P2, P3 P1, P2 2.5X P2, P3 P2, P3 3.0X P1, P2 P2, P3
JP8 CPU Voltage Selectors
Settings 3.5V Position A * All open is for 2.5V. 3.3V B 3.2V C 2.9V D 2.8V E
JP10 CPU Type Selectors
Settings A B P54C P1, P2 P1, P2 P55C P2, P3 P2, P3
PS/2 Mouse Connector
Pin Description Mouse CLK Ground N.C. Mouse Data N.C. N.C. N.C. +5VDC
IR1 Infra Red
Pin Description IR In Ground IR Out +5V DC
Bank 0/1 DIMM2 * Bank 4/5 SIMM 3,4 DIMM1 SIMM 3,4 and DIMM1 can not be use at the same time. When using SDRAM, JP6 must be set to 3.3V position and make sure the SDRAM is with buffer. Bank 2/3 SIMM 1, 2
How to Identify Your BIOS
Boot-up your computer. Look at the top left corner for RELEASE DATE FOR THE BIOS. You will find L or S at the end of the release date. (Example: 04/28/1997L or 04/28/1997S)
How to Update and Flash Your BIOS
Download the correct BIOS files from our website or BBS Uncompress files into a temporary directory ( you should end up with two files) Boot the system without using any memory manages either from bootable floppy disk or internal hard disk Run the flash utility (awflash.exe) and enter the full name of XXXX.bin file Follow the screen instructions to update the BIOS (Do not turn off the power during flash) After a successful flash, power down the system and clear the CMOS with the appropriate jumper (Please refer to motherboard manual to find the proper jumper). Short the jumper for 5-10 seconds then remove the jumper and power the system on. This will clear any extraneous data that may have been kept from the previous version of the BIOS.
Award BIOS Setup
The mainboard comes with the Award BIOS chip that contains the ROM Setup information of your system. This chip serves as an interface between the processor and the rest of the mainboards components. This chapter explains the information contained in the Setup program and tells you how to modify the settings according to your system configuration.
CMOS Setup Utility
A Setup program, built into the system BIOS, is stored in the CMOS RAM that allows the configuration settings to be changed. This program is executed when the user changes system configuration, the user changes system backup battery, or the system detects a configuration error and asks the user to run the Setup program.
Standard CMOS Setup
System BIOS automatically detects memory size, thus no changes are necessary. However several items may require setting such as the system Date and Time, IDE hard disk, floppy disk drive types for drive A: and B:, boot up video display mode, or POST error handkling selection. 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.
Hard Disk Configurations
TYPE Select from 1 to 45 to fill remaining fields with predefined values of disk drives. Select User to fill the remaining fields. Select Auto to detect the HDD type automatically. 15
MS5120 Mainboard Manual SIZE The hard disk size in Mega bytes. CYLS The cylinder number of the hard disk. HEAD The read/write head number of hard disk. The range is from 1 to 16. PRECOMP The cylinder number at which the disk drive changes the write timing. LANDZ The cylinder number that the disk drive heads (read/write) are seated when the disk drive is parked. SECTOR The sector number of each track defined on the hard disk. The range is from 1 to 64. MODE Select Auto to detect the mode type automatically. If your hard disk supports the LBA mode, select LBA or Large. However, if your hard disk cylinder is more than 1024 and does not support the LBA function, then use the large setting. Select Normal if your hard disk supports 1024 cylinders or below 1024.
BIOS Features Setup
Moving around the BIOS and Chipset Features Setup programs (refer to the next section) works the same way as moving around the Standard CMOS Setup program. Users are not encouraged to run the BIOS and Chipset Features Setup programs. Your system should have been fine-tuned before shipping. Improper Setup may cause the system to fail, so consult your dealer before making any changes. Virus Warning When enabled, assigns the BIOS to monitor the master boot sector and the DOS boot sector of the first hard disk drive for viruses. The options are: Enabled, Disabled (Default). CPU Internal Cache When enabled, improves the system performance. Disable this item when testing or trouble-shooting. The options are: Enabled (Default), Disabled. External Cache When enabled, supports an optional cache SRAM. The options are: Enabled (Default), Disabled. Quick Power On Self Test When enabled, allows the BIOS to bypass an extensive memory test. The options are: Enabled, Disabled (Default).
MS5120 Mainboard Manual Boot Sequence Allows the system BIOS to first try to boot the operating system from the selected disk drive. The options are: A, C (Default); C, A; C, CDROM, A; CDROM, C, A. Swap Floppy Drive When enabled, allows you to switch the order in which the operating system accesses the floppy drives during boot up. The options are: Enabled, Disabled (Default). Boot Up Floppy Seek When enabled, assigns the BIOS to perform floppy diskette drive tests by issuing the time-consuming seek commands. The options are: Enabled (Default), Disabled. Boot Up Numlock Status When set to On, allows the BIOS to automatically enable the Num Lock Function when the system boots up. The options are: On (Default), Off. Boot Up System Speed Allows to selection the boot up at high or low system speed. Gate A20 Option When Fast, allows the A20G bus line signal generated from the chipset to directly pass to port 92H, instead of the keyboard controller. It will speed up the system performance. The options are: Fast (Default), Normal.
Award BIOS Setup Typematic Rate Setting The term typematic means that when a keyboard key is held down, the character is repeatedly entered until the key is released. When this item is enabled, you may change the typematic repeat rate. The options are: Disabled (Default), Enabled. Typematic Rate (Chars/Sec) Sets the rate of a character repeat when the key is held down. The options are: 6 (Default), 8, 10, 12, 15, 20, 24, 30. Typematic Delay (Msec) Sets the delay time before a character is repeated. The options are: 250 (Default), 500, 750, and 1000 millisecond. Security Option Allows you to set the security level of the system. The options are: Setup (Default), System. IDE Second Channel control Allows you to enable or disable the IDE secondary channel PS/2 mouse function control Allows you to enable or disable PS/2 mouse function Assign IRQ VGA Choose enable or disable, to assign IRQ for VGA Card.
MS5120 Mainboard Manual Video BIOS Shadow When enabled, allows the BIOS to copy the video ROM code of the add-on video card to the system memory for faster access. The options are: Enabled (Default), Disabled. C8000-CBFFF to DC000-DFFFF Shadow When enabled, allows the BIOS to copy the BIOS ROM code of the add-on card to system memory for faster access. It may improve the performance of the add-on card. Some add-on cards will not function properly if its BIOS ROM code is shadowed. To use these options correctly, you need to know the memory address range used by the BIOS ROM of each add-on card. The options are Enabled and Disabled (Default).
Chipset Features Setup
The Chipset Features Setup is used to control the values of the chipset register. These registers control most of system options in the computer. Auto configuration Video BIOS Cacheable System BIOS Cacheable Cache Timing DRAM Timing Control Reduce DRAM Leadoff Cycle : : : : : : Disable Disable Disable Fast Normal Disable
The first six items are optimal setting for this motherboard, you should not change them unless you are familiar with the Intel chipset.
Power Management Setup
Power Management When enabled, allows you to use Power Management features. The options are: Enabled and Disabled (Default). PM Control by APM Option No allows the BIOS to ignore the APM (Advanced Power Management) specification. Selecting Yes will allow the BIOS to wait for APM's prompt before it enters Doze mode, Standby mode, or Suspend mode. If the APM is installed, it will prompt the BIOS to set the system into the power saving mode after all tasks are done. The options are: Yes (Default) and No. Video Off Option This feature provides the selections of the video display power saving mode. The option Suspend - Off allows the video display to go blank if the system enters Suspend mode. The option All Modes - Off allows the video display to go blank if the system enters Doze mode or Suspend mode. The option Always On allows the video display to stay in Standby mode even when the system enters Doze or Suspend mode. The options are: Suspend - Off (Default), and all Modes - Off, Always On. Video Off Method The option V/H SYNC+Blank allows the BIOS to blank off screen display by turning off the V-Sync and H-Sync signals sent from the add-on VGA card. DPMS Support allows the BIOS to blank off screen display by your add-on VGA card, which supports DPMS (Display Power Management Signaling function.) Blank Screen allows the BIOS to blank screen display by turning off the red-green-blue signals. 21
The options are: DPMS Support (Default), V/H SYNC+Blank, and Blank Screen. MODEM Use IRQ This feature allows you to select the IRQ# to meet your modem's IRQ#. The options are: NA, 3 (Default), 4, 5,7, 9, 10 and 11. HDD Power Management Selecting Disabled will turn off the hard disk drive (HDD) motor. Selecting 1 Min.15 Min allows you to define the HDD idle time before the HDD enters Power Saving Mode. The option When Suspend lets the BIOS turn the HDD motor off when the system is in Suspend mode. The options 1 Min.15 Min and When Suspend will not work concurrently. When HDD is in Power Saving Mode, any access to the HDD will wake the HDD up. The options are: Disabled (Default), 1 Min.15 Min, and When Suspend. Doze Mode When disabled, the system will not enter Doze mode. The specified time option defines the idle time the system takes before it enters Doze mode. The options are: Disabled (Default), 10, 20, 30, 40 sec, 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 20, 30, 40 min, and 1 hour.
Award BIOS Setup Suspend Mode When disabled, the system will not enter Suspend mode. The specified time option defines the idle time the system takes before it enters Suspend mode. The options are: Disabled (Default), 10, 20, 30, 40 sec, 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 20, 30, 40 min, and 1 hour. VGA Selecting ON will enable the power management timers when a no activity event is detected in the VGA. Selecting OFF will disable the PM timer even if a no activity event is detected. The options are: OFF (Default) and ON. LPT & COM Selecting LPT & COM will enable the power management timers when a no activity event is detected in the LPT and COM ports. Selecting LPT (COM) will enable the power management timers when a no activity event is detected in the LPT (COM) ports. Selecting NONE will disable the PM timer even if a no activity event is detected. The options are: LPT & COM (Default), LPT, COM, and NONE. HDD & FDD Selecting ON will enable the power management timers when a no activity event is detected in the hard disk drive and floppy disk drive. Selecting OFF will disable the PM timer even if a no activity event is detected. The options are: OFF and ON (Default).
MS5120 Mainboard Manual IRQ# Activity After the time period that you set in the Suspend Mode Feature, the system advances from Doze Mode to Suspend Mode, in which the CPU clock stops and the screen display is off. At this moment, if the IRQ activity that is defined as Primary occurs, then the system goes back to Full-on Mode directly. If the IRQ activity that is defined as Secondary takes place, the system enters another low power state, Dream Mode. The system will act as Full-on Mode, except the screen display will remain off until the corresponding IRQ handler finishes, then will revert back to Suspend Mode. For instance, if the system connects to a LAN and receives an interruption from its file server, the system will enter the Dreaming Mode to execute the corresponding calling routine. The options are: Primary and Secondary. The default values of IRQ3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15 are: Primary. The default value of IRQ8 is: Secondary.
Resources Controlled By If you set at Auto, the BIOS automatically arranges all system resources for you. If there are conflicts or you are not satisfied with the configuration, simply set all the resources listed in the above figure by selecting Manual. The options are: Auto (default), Manual. The manual options of IRQ/DMA assigned to are: Legacy ISA, PCI/ISA PnP.
Award BIOS Setup Reset Configuration Data When enabled, this feature allows the system to clear the last BIOS configuration data and reset them with the default BIOS configuration data. The options are: Enabled and Disabled (default). PCI IRQ Actived By If your IDE card is triggered by Edge, set it at Edge. The options are: Level (Default), Edge. PCI IDE IRQ Map To Set to Auto to allow the system BIOS to automatically detect which interrupt is being used by the PCI master drive. The options are: PCI-AUTO (Default), PCI-SLOT1, PCI-SLOT2, PCISLOT3, PCI-SLOT4, and ISA.
Load Setup Defaults
Selecting this field loads the factory defaults for BIOS and Chipset values. These settings are recommended for optimum performance. If the CMOS is corrupted when entering the BIOS setup utility, you must reload setup default.
IDE HDD Block Mode When enabled, allows the system to execute read/write requests to hard disk in block mode. The options are: Enabled (Default), Disabled. 25
MS5120 Mainboard Manual IDE Primary Master PIO Allows you to select first PCI IDE channel of the primary master hard disk mode or to detect it by the BIOS. The options are: Auto (Default), Mode 0, Mode 1, Mode 2, Mode 3, Mode 4. IDE Primary Slave PIO Allows you to select the first PCI IDE channel of the primary slave hard disk mode or to detect it by the BIOS. The options are: Auto (Default), Mode 0, Mode 1, Mode 2, Mode 3, Mode 4. IDE Secondary Master PIO Allows you to select first PCI IDE channel of the primary master hard disk mode or to detect it by the BIOS. The options are: Auto (Default), Mode 0, Mode 1, Mode 2, Mode 3, Mode 4. IDE Secondary Slave PIO Allows you to select the first PCI IDE channel of the primary slave hard disk mode or to detect it by the BIOS. The options are: Auto (Default), Mode 0, Mode 1, Mode 2, Mode 3, Mode 4. On-chip Primary PCI IDE When enabled, allows the IDE drive to use the first channel of the primary IDE. The options: Enabled (Default), Disabled.
Award BIOS Setup On-chip Secondary PCI IDE When enabled, allows the IDE drive to use the second channel of the primary IDE. The options are: Enabled (Default), Disabled. Onboard FDD Control When enabled, the floppy diskette drive (FDD) controller is activated. The options are: Enabled (Default), Disabled. Onboard Serial Port 1 If the serial port 1 uses the onboard I/O controller, you can modify your serial port parameters. If an I/O card needs to be installed, COM3 and COM4 may be needed. The options are: Auto, 3F8/IRQ4 (Default), 3E8/IRQ4, 2E8/IRQ3, 2F8/IRQ3, Disabled. Onboard Serial Port 2 If the serial port 2 uses the onboard I/O controller, you can modify your serial port parameters. If an I/O card needs to be installed, COM3 and COM4 may be needed. The options are :Auto, 2F8/IRQ3 (Default), 3E8/IRQ4, 2E8/IRQ3, 3F8/IRQ4, Disabled. Onboard Parallel Port Allows you to select from a given set of parameters if the parallel port uses the onboard I/O controller. The options are: 378H/IRQ7 (Default), 278H/IRQ5, 3BCH/IRQ7, Disabled.
MS5120 Mainboard Manual Onboard Parallel Mode Allows you to connect with an advanced printer I/O mode. The options are: SPP (Default), EPP, ECP, ECP/EPP. ECP Mode Use DMA 3 Allows you to select DMA channel 3 or 1 for the ECP printer mode. Parallel Port EPP Type Allows you to select the EPP parallel port.
To enable the Supervisor/User passwords, select the item from the Standard CMOS Setup. You will be prompted to create your own password. Type your password (up to eight characters) and press <Enter>. You will be asked to confirm the password. Type the password again and press<Enter>. You may also press <Esc> to abort the selection and not enter a password. To disable password, press <Enter> when you are prompted to enter password. A message appears, confirming the password is disabled. Under the BIOS Feature Setup, if System is selected under the Security Option field and the Supervisor Password is enabled, you will be prompted for the Supervisor Password every time you try to enter the CMOS Setup Utility. If System is selected and the User Password is enabled, you will be asked to enter the User Password every time you reboot the system. If Setup is selected under the Security Option field and the User Password is enabled, you will be prompted only when you reboot the system.
IDE HDD Auto Detection
The IDE Hard Disk Drive Auto Detection feature automatically configures your new hard disk. Use it for a quick configuration of new hard disk drives. This feature allows you to set the parameters for up to four IDE HDDs. The option with (Y) is recommended by the system BIOS. You may also key in your own parameters instead of using the preset setting by the system BIOS. After configuring all of the settings, press <Esc> key to return the main menu. For confirmation, enter the Standard CMOS Setup feature.
Save and Exit Setup
After you have made changes under Setup, press <Esc> to return to the main menu. Move cursor to Save and Exit Setup or press <F10> and then press <Y> to change the CMOS Setup. If you did not change anything, press <Esc> again or move cursor to Exit Without Saving and press <Y> to retain the Setup settings. The following message will appear at the center of the screen to allow you to save data to CMOS and exit the setup utility: SAVE to CMOS and EXIT (Y/N)?
Exit without Saving
If you select this feature, the following message will appear at the center of the screen to allow you to exit the setup utility without saving CMOS modifications: Quit Without Saving (Y/N)? Note: Default values of the various Setup items in this chapter may not be the same ones shown on your screen.
CPU 75MHz 90MHz 100MHz 120MHz 133MHz 150MHz 166MHz 200MHz(MMX) 233MHz(MMX) PR75 PR90 PR100 PR133 K5-166 K6-166 K6-200 K6233 P120+ P133+ P150+ Cyrix P166+ MX-166 MX-200 CPU BUS Clock 50MHz 60MHz 66MHz 60MHz 66MHz 60MHz 66MHz 66MHz 66MHz 50MHz 60MHz 66MHz 66MHz 66MHz 66MHz 66MHz 66MHz 50MHz 55MHz 60MHz 66MHz 60MHz 66MHz Multiplier 1.5 1.5 1.5 2.0 2.0 2.5 2.5 3.0 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 2.5 2.5 3.0 1.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.5 2.5
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