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W940TU

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Notebook Computer

W940TU

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
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Version 1.0
December 2013

Trademarks
Intel, Intel Core, Pentium and Celeron are trademarks of Intel Corporation.
Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
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 W940TU 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
Appendix C, Updating the FLASH ROM BIOS

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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 with an AC Input of 100 - 240V, 50 - 60Hz, DC Output
of 19V, 1.58A (30 Watts) minimum AC/DC Adapter.
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CAUTION

This Computers Optical Device is a Laser Class 1 Product

FCC Statement
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
This device may not cause harmful interference.
This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

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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. Dont 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 dont 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 Dont 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 dont 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.
you have turned off the
power, and discon-
nected all peripherals Do not plug in the power Do not use the power cord if Do not place heavy objects
and cables (including cord if you are wet. it is broken. on the power cord.
telephone lines and
power cord). It is advis-
able to also remove
your battery in order to
prevent accidentally
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 notebooks 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.

Battery Guidelines
The following can also apply to any backup batteries you may have.

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If you do not use the battery for an extended period, then remove the battery from the computer for storage.
Before removing the battery for storage charge it to 60% - 70%.
Check stored batteries at least every 3 months and charge them to 60% - 70%.


Battery Disposal
The product that you have purchased contains a rechargeable battery. The battery is recyclable. At the end of its useful life, under var-
ious 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 recommended by the manufacturer.
Discard used battery according to the manufacturers instructions.

Battery Level
Click the battery icon in the taskbar to see the current battery level and charge status. A battery that drops below a level of 10%
will not allow the computer to boot up. Make sure that any battery that drops below 10% is recharged within one week.

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

Users Manual on CD/DVD


This describes the notebook PCs 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.

System Startup
1. Remove all packing materials. 127
2. Place the computer on a stable surface.
3. Insert the battery and make sure it is locked in position.
4. Securely attach any peripherals you want to use with the computer
(e.g. keyboard and mouse) to their ports.
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5. Attach the AC/DC adapter to the DC-In jack at the rear of the
computer, then plug the AC power cord into an outlet, and connect
the AC power cord to the AC/DC adapter.
6. Use one hand to raise the lid/LCD to a comfortable viewing angle (do Figure 1
Opening the Lid/LCD/
not exceed 127 degrees); use the other hand (as illustrated in Figure
Computer with AC/DC
1) to support the base of the computer (Note: Never lift the computer
Adapter Plugged-In
by the lid/LCD).
7. Press the power button to turn the computer on.


Shut Down
Note that you should always shut your computer down by choosing the Shut down command in Win-
dows (see below). This will help prevent hard disk or system problems.

Click Settings in the Charms Bar (use the Windows Logo Key + C key combination to access
the Charms Bar) and choose Shut down from the Power menu.
Or
Choose Shut down or sign out > Shut down from the context menu (use the Windows Logo Key
+ X key combination to access the context menu).

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Contents
Introduction ..............................................1-1 Top (1-DIMM) Positivo ................................................................ A-4
Top (2-DIMM) Stand .................................................................... A-5
Overview .........................................................................................1-1 Top (2-DIMM) Positivo ................................................................ A-6
Specifications ..................................................................................1-2 Bottom - ODD ............................................................................... A-7
External Locator - Top View with LCD Panel Open ......................1-4 Bottom - Dummy ........................................................................... A-8
External Locator - Front & Right Side Views .................................1-5 LCD ............................................................................................... A-9
External Locator - Left Side & Rear View .....................................1-6 HDD ............................................................................................. A-10
External Locator - Bottom View .....................................................1-7 DVD DUAL ................................................................................ A-11
Mainboard Overview - Top (Key Parts) .........................................1-8
Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Key Parts) ....................................1-9 Schematic Diagrams................................. B-1
Mainboard Overview - Top (Connectors) .....................................1-10 System Block Diagram ...................................................................B-2
Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Connectors) ...............................1-11 Processor 1/8 ...................................................................................B-3
Disassembly ...............................................2-1 Processor 2/8 ...................................................................................B-4

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Processor 3/8 ...................................................................................B-5
Overview .........................................................................................2-1 Processor 4/8 ...................................................................................B-6
Maintenance Tools ..........................................................................2-2 Processor 5/8 ...................................................................................B-7
Connections .....................................................................................2-2 Processor 6/8 ...................................................................................B-8
Maintenance Precautions .................................................................2-3 Processor 7/8 ...................................................................................B-9
Disassembly Steps ...........................................................................2-4 Processor 8/8 .................................................................................B-10
Removing the Battery ......................................................................2-5 DDR3 SO-DIMM_0 .....................................................................B-11
Removing the Optical (CD/DVD) Device ......................................2-7 DDR3 SO-DIMM_1 .....................................................................B-12
Installing and Removing the Dummy ODD Bezel ..........................2-9 RTD2136 ......................................................................................B-13
Removing the Hard Disk Drive .....................................................2-10 Panel, CRT ....................................................................................B-14
Removing the System Memory (RAM) ........................................2-12 HDMI ............................................................................................B-15
Removing the Keyboard ................................................................2-14 LAN, Card Reader ........................................................................B-16
Removing the Wireless LAN Module ...........................................2-15 Mini Card ......................................................................................B-17
Wireless LAN, and Combo Module Cables ..................................2-16 HDD, ODD, LED, LID .................................................................B-18
Removing the CCD .......................................................................2-17 USB, Touch Panel ........................................................................B-19
Part Lists ..................................................A-1 Conn, CCD, Fan, Click, TV .........................................................B-20
Part List Illustration Location ........................................................ A-2 Audio Codec .................................................................................B-21
Top (1-DIMM) Stand ..................................................................... A-3 KBC-ITE IT8587E .......................................................................B-22

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AU6259 ........................................................................................ B-23


5VS, 3VS, 1.8VS, 1.0VS ............................................................. B-24
VDD3, VDD5 ............................................................................... B-25
1.5VS, 1.5V, VTT_MEM ............................................................. B-26
1.0V, 1.05VS, 1.24V .................................................................... B-27
VCore ........................................................................................... B-28
AC IN, Charger ............................................................................ B-29
Audio Board ................................................................................. B-30
TPM .............................................................................................. B-31
SW Board ..................................................................................... B-32
Touch Panel Board ....................................................................... B-33
Level Shifter 1 .............................................................................. B-34
Level Shifter 2 .............................................................................. B-35
Updating the FLASH ROM BIOS......... C-1
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Download the BIOS ....................................................................... C-1


Unzip the downloaded files to a bootable CD/DVD/ or USB
Flash drive ...................................................................................... C-1
Set the computer to boot from the external drive ........................... C-1
Use the flash tools to update the BIOS .......................................... C-2
Restart the computer (booting from the HDD) .............................. C-2

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Introduction

Chapter 1: Introduction
Overview
This manual covers the information you need to service or upgrade the W940TU series notebook computer. Information
about operating the computer (e.g. getting started, and the Setup utility) is in the Users Manual. Information about dri-
vers (e.g. VGA & audio) is also found in the Users Manual. The manual is shipped with the computer.

Operating systems (e.g. Window 8, etc.) have their own manuals as do application softwares (e.g. word processing and
database programs). If you have questions about those programs, you should consult those manuals.

The W940TU series notebook is designed to be upgradeable. See Disassembly on page 2 - 1 for a detailed description

1.Introduction
of the upgrade procedures for each specific component. Please take note of the warning and safety information indicated
by the symbol.

The balance of this chapter reviews the computers technical specifications and features.

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Introduction

Specifications Processor Options Video Adapter

Intel Pentium Processor Intel HD Graphics


N3520 (2.17GHz) Dynamic Frequency (Intel Dynamic Video Memory Technol-
2MB L2 Cache, 22nm, DDR3L-1333MHz, TDP 7.5W ogy for up to 1.7GB)
Intel Celeron Processor Microsoft DirectX 11 Compatible
Latest Specification Information N2920 (1.86GHz)
2MB L2 Cache, 22nm, DDR3L-1066MHz, TDP 7.5W Storage
The specifications listed here are correct at the
time of sending them to the press. Certain items N2820 (2.13GHz), N2815 (1.86GHz)
(Factory Option) One Changeable 9.5mm(h) Super Multi
(particularly processor types/speeds) may be 1MB L2 Cache, 22nm, DDR3L-1066MHz, TDP 7.5W Optical Device Drive
changed, delayed or updated due to the manu- N2806 (1.60GHz) One Changeable 2.5" 7.0mm (h) SATA HDD
facturer's release schedule. Check with your 1MB L2 Cache, 22nm, DDR3L-1066MHz, TDP 4.3W
service center for more details. N2805 (1.46GHz) Audio
2MB L2 Cache, 22nm, DDR3L-1066MHz, TDP 4.3W
High Definition Audio Compliant Interface
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BIOS 2 * Built-In Speakers


Built-In Microphone
64Mb SPI Flash ROM

AMI BIOS Security

CPU Memory Security (Kensington Type) Lock Slot


The CPU is not a user serviceable part. Ac- BIOS Password
For N3520, N2920, N2820 & N2815 Processors:
cessing the CPU in any way may violate your
Two 204 Pin SO-DIMM Sockets Supporting DDR3L 1066/ Keyboard
warranty.
1333MHz Memory
Memory Expandable up to 8GB WinKey keyboard (with embedded numeric keypad)

(The real memory operating frequency depends on the FSB Pointing Device
of the processor.)
Built-in Touchpad
For N2806 & N2805 Processors:
One 204 Pin SO-DIMM Socket Supporting DDR3L 1066MHz Interface
Memory
Two USB 2.0 Ports
Memory Expandable up to 8GB
One USB 3.0 Port
(The real memory operating frequency depends on the FSB One HDMI-Out Port
of the processor.) One External Monitor Port
LCD One Headphone-Out Jack
One Microphone-In Jack
14" (35.56cm) HD One RJ-45 LAN Jack
One DC-in Jack

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Introduction

Mini Card Slot Power

One Slot for WLAN Module or WLAN and Bluetooth Combo Full Range AC/DC Adapter
Module AC Input: 100 - 240V, 50 - 60Hz
DC Output: 19V, 1.58A (30W)
Card Reader
(Factory Option) 3 Cell Smart Lithium-Ion Battery Pack,
Embedded Multi-In-1 Card Reader 24WH
MMC (MultiMedia Card) / RS MMC (Factory Option) 6 Cell Smart Lithium-Ion Battery Pack,
SD (Secure Digital) / Mini SD / SDHC/ SDXC 48WH
MS (Memory Stick) / MS Pro / MS Duo
Dimensions & Weight
Communication
340mm (w) * 242mm (d) * 26.5mm (h)
Built-In 10/100Mb Ethernet LAN (Height Excluding Battery Area)
1.0M HD PC Camera Module 2.0kg (with ODD and 48WH Battery)

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WLAN/ Bluetooth Half Mini-Card Modules:
(Factory Option) Intel Wireless-N 3160 Wireless LAN
(802.11b/g/n) + Bluetooth 4.0
(Factory Option) Intel Wireless-N 7260 Wireless LAN
(802.11b/g/n) + Bluetooth 4.0
(Factory Option) Third-Party Wireless LAN (802.11b/g/n)
(Factory Option) Third-Party Wireless LAN (802.11b/g/n) +
Bluetooth 4.0

Environmental Spec

Temperature
Operating: 5C - 35C
Non-Operating: -20C - 60C
Relative Humidity
Operating: 20% - 80%
Non-Operating: 10% - 90%

Specifications 1 - 3
Introduction

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

1. PC Camera
2. *PC Camera LED
*When the PC
camera is in use, 2 1 3
the LED will be
illuminated in red.
3. Built-In
Microphone 4
4. LCD
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5. Power Button
6. Keyboard
7. Touchpad &
Buttons

1 - 4 External Locator - Top View with LCD Panel Open


Introduction

External Locator - Front & Right Side Views Figure 2


Front View
1. LED Indicator
2. Multi-in-1 Card
FRONT VIEW Reader

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Figure 3
Right Side View
1. Microphone-In
RIGHT SIDE VIEW Jack
2. Headphone-Out
Jack
3. USB 2.0 Port
4. Optical Device
1 2 3 4 6
5 Drive Bay
5. Emergency Eject
Hole
6. Security Lock
Slot

External Locator - Front & Right Side Views 1 - 5


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External Locator - Left Side & Rear View


Figure 4
Left Side View
1. DC-In Jack
2. RJ-45 LAN Jack /
3. External Monitor LEFT SIDE VIEW
Port
4. Vent
5. HDMI-Out Port
6. USB 2.0 Port
7. USB 3.0 Port 3 4 5 6 7
1 2
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Figure 5 REAR VIEW


Rear View

1 - 6 External Locator - Left Side & Rear View


Introduction

External Locator - Bottom View


Figure 6
Bottom View
1. Battery Location
2. Vent
1 3. Speakers

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Overheating

To prevent your com-


puter from overhea-
3 ting, make sure no-
3 thing blocks any vent
while the computer is
in use.

External Locator - Bottom View 1 - 7


Introduction

Figure 7 Mainboard Overview - Top (Key Parts)


Mainboard Top
Key Parts

1. KBC-ITE IT8587
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2 1

1 - 8 Mainboard Overview - Top (Key Parts)


Introduction

Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Key Parts) Figure 8


Mainboard Bottom
Key Parts

1. Mini-Card
Connector
2. Memory Slots
DDR3 SO-DIMM
3. CPU
1 4. CMOS Battery

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Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Key Parts) 1 - 9


Introduction

Figure 9 Mainboard Overview - Top (Connectors)


Mainboard Top
Connectors 11 10 5
8 6
7
1. HDMI-Out Port 9
2. USB Port 2.0
3. USB Port 3.0
4. Keyboard Cable
Connector
5. Audio Board
Cable Connector
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5
3

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Introduction

Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Connectors) Figure 10


Mainboard Bottom
Connectors
9 6
12 8 10 11 7
1. ODD Connector
8 5 2. HDD Connector
3. Multi-in-1 Card
Reader
4. External Monitor
4 Port
5. RJ-45 LAN Jack
6. DC-In Jack
7. CCD Connector

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8. LCD Cable
Connector
9. Touchpad
Connector

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Disassembly

Chapter 2: Disassembly
Overview
This chapter provides step-by-step instructions for disassembling the W940TU series notebooks 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, optical device and hard disk are included in the Users Manual but are
repeated here for your convenience.

2.Disassembly
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 and
damaged. power cord). It is advis-
5. Be careful with power. Avoid accidental shocks, discharges or explosions. able to also remove

2.Disassembly
Before removing or servicing any part from the computer, turn the computer off and detach any power supplies. your battery in order to
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. prevent accidentally
6. Peripherals Turn off and detach any peripherals. turning the machine
7. Beware of static discharge. ICs, such as the CPU and main support chips, are vulnerable to static electricity. on.
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:


1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
To remove the Optical Device:
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
2. Remove the optical device page 2 - 7
To remove the HDD:
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1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5


2. Remove the HDD page 2 - 10
To remove the System Memory:
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
2. Remove the system memory page 2 - 12
To remove the Keyboard:
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
2. Remove the keyboard page 2 - 14
To remove the Wireless LAN Module:
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
2. Remove the WLAN page 2 - 15
To remove the CCD Module:
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
2. Remove the CCD module page 2 - 17

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Disassembly

Removing the Battery Figure 1


1. Turn off the computer, turn it over. Battery Removal
2. Remove screws 1 - 13 from the bottom case (Figure 1a).
a. Remove screws from the
3. Carefully separate the bottom cover 14 from the top case in the direction of the arrow at point 15 - 18 (Figure bottom case.
1b). b. Separate the top and bot-
4. The battery will be visible at point 19 (Figure 1c). tom case.
c. The battery wil be visible.
a. 2 5 b. 17
1
3 4
6
16

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18
11
14
13

10 7

9
8 15
12

c.
19


14. Bottom Cover

13 Screws

Removing the Battery 2 - 5


Disassembly

5. Remove screws 19 - 20 from the battery (Figure 2d).


Figure 2
6. Turn the battery 21 in the direction of the arrow 22 and lift it out 23 (Figure 2e).
Battery Removal &
7. Insert a new battery 21 at point 24 in the direction of the arrow 25 . Turn the battery 26 to align the connectors.
Assembly (contd.)
8. Tighten screws 27 - 28 (Figure 2g).
d. Remove the screws.
9. Reattach the bottom cover with the top case at point 29 in the direction of the arrow 30 (Figure 2h).
e. Turn the battery in the di- 10. Snap together the sides 31 - 33 of the bottom cover and top case (Figure 2i) and replace the corresponding
rection of the arrow and screws.
lift the battery out.
f. Install a new battery and d. f.
and turn the battery to 26
align the connector. 25
19 20
g. Tigthen the screws 24
h. Reattach the bottom cov- 21
er and top case.
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i. Snap the sides to close e.


and replace the screws.

21 22

g.

27 28

23

i.
33

h.
30
32

21. Battery 29

31
2 Screws

2 - 6 Removing the Battery


Disassembly

Removing the Optical (CD/DVD) Device Figure 3


Optical Device
1. Turn off the computer, turn it over to remove the battery (page 2 - 5).
Removal
2. Carefully pull out the optical device 1 out of the bay at point 2 (Figure 3a).
3. Carefully pry the bezel 4 off the optical device at point 3 (Figure 3b). a. Pull out the optical de-
4. Separate the bezel 4 and the optical device (Figure 3c). vice.
b. Pry the bezel off the opti-
cal device.
a. c. Separate the bezel and
optical device

2.Disassembly
1
2

b. c.
3

4

1. Optical Device
4. Bezel

Removing the Optical (CD/DVD) Device 2 - 7


Disassembly

Figure 4 5. Reverse the process to attach the front bezel 4 with the new optical device at point 5 (Figure 4e).
Optical Device 6. Insert the new optical device 1 and carefully slide it into the computer (the device only fits one way. DO NOT
Assembly FORCE IT; The screw holes should line up).
7. Replace the bottom cover and tighten the screw 6 (Figure 4g).
d. Install the front bezel. 8. Restart the computer to allow it to automatically detect the new device.
e. Insert the optical device.
f. Tigthen the screw. d.
e.
5

4
2.Disassembly

f.


1. Optical Device
4. Bezel

1 Screw

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


Disassembly

Installing and Removing the Dummy ODD Bezel Figure 5


Dummy ODD Bezel
Installing the Dummy ODD Bezel Installation
1. Insert the dummy ODD bezel 1 to lock it into the bay in the direction of the arrow 2 (Figure 5a).
a. Insert the dummy ODD
bezel into the ODD bay.
a.

2.Disassembly
Figure 6
Dummy ODD Bezel
Removal
Removing the Dummy ODD Bezel
a. Remove the dummy
1. Turn off the computer, turn it over to remove the battery (page 2 - 5).
ODD bezel from the
2. Slide the dummy ODD bezel 1 out in the direction of the arrow 2 (Figure 6a). ODD bay.
3. Reattach the bottom cover with the top case and replace the corresponding screws. b. Replace the bottom cov-
er and screws.
a.


1 1. Dummy ODD Bezel
2

Installing and Removing the Dummy ODD Bezel 2 - 9


Disassembly

Removing the Hard Disk Drive


Figure 7 The hard disk drive can be taken out to accommodate other 2.5" serial (SATA) hard disk drives with a height of 7.0mm
HDD Assembly (h). Follow your operating systems installation instructions, and install all necessary drivers and utilities (as outlined in
Removal Chapter 4 of the Users Manual) when setting up a new hard disk.
a. Locate the HDD assembly. Hard Disk Upgrade Process
1. Turn off the computer, turn it over to remove the battery (page 2 - 5).
2. The hard disk drive will be visible at point 1 (Figure 7a).

a.
2.Disassembly

HDD System Warning

New HDDs are blank. Before you


begin make sure:

You have backed up any data


you want to keep from your old
HDD.

You have all the CD-ROMs and


FDDs required to install your op-
erating system and programs.

1 If you have access to the internet,


download the latest application
and hardware driver updates for
the operating system you plan to
install. Copy these to a remov-
able medium.

2 - 10 Removing the Hard Disk Drive


Disassembly

3. Slightly lift and pull the hard disk assembly in the direction of arrow 2 (Figure 8b).
4. Lift the hard disk assembly 63 out of the bay 4 (Figure 8c). Figure 8
5. Remove the screws 5 - 6 and the adhesive cover 7 from the hard disk 8 (Figure 8d). HDD Assembly
Removal (contd.)
6. Reverse the process to install a new hard disk (do not forget to replace all the screws and bottom cover).
b. Slightly lift and pull the
b. c. HDD assembly in the di-
rection of the arrow.
c. Lift the HDD assembly
out of the bay.
d. Remove the screws and
adhesive cover.
2
3 4

2.Disassembly
d. 5
6


3. HDD Assembly
8 7. Adhesive Cover
8. HDD

2 Screws

Removing the Hard Disk Drive 2 - 11


Disassembly

Figure 9 Removing the System Memory (RAM)


RAM Module
Removal
The computer has two memory sockets for 204 pin Small Outline Dual In-line Memory Modules (SO-DIMM) supporting
single or dual channel DDR3L depending on the CPU. The main memory can be expanded up to 8GB. The SO-DIMM
a. The RAM modules will modules supported are 1024MB and 2048MB DDR3L Modules. The total memory size is automatically detected by the
be visible at point 1 POST routine once you turn on your computer.
on the mainboard.
b. Pull the release lat-
ches.
Memory Upgrade Process
c. Remove the module. 1. Turn off the computer, turn it over to remove the battery (page 2 - 5).
2. The RAM modules will be visible at point 1 on the mainboard (Figure 9b).
3. Gently pull the two release latches ( 2 & 3 ) on the sides of the memory socket in the direction indicated by the
arrows (Figure 9b). The RAM module 4 will pop-up (Figure 9c), and you can then remove it.
2.Disassembly

a. c.

Contact Warning

Be careful not to touch



the metal pins on the Single Memory Module
modules connecting Installation
4
edge. Even the cleanest
hands have oils which If your computer has a single
1 memory module, then insert
can attract particles, and
degrade the modules the module into the Channel
performance. 0 (JDIMM1) socket. In this
case this is the horizontal
b.
memory socket.


4. RAM Module

2 3

2 - 12 Removing the System Memory (RAM)


Disassembly

4. Pull the latches to release the second module if necessary.


5. Insert a new module holding it at about a 30 angle and fit the connectors firmly into the memory slot.
6. The module will only fit one way as defined by its pin alignment. Make sure the module is seated as far into the slot
as it will go. DO NOT FORCE IT; it should fit without much pressure.
7. Press the module in and down towards the mainboard until the slot levers click into place to secure the module.
8. Replace the bottom case and the screws (see page 2 - 5).
9. Restart the computer to allow the BIOS to register the new memory configuration as it starts up.

2.Disassembly
Removing the System Memory (RAM) 2 - 13
Disassembly

Figure 10 Removing the Keyboard


Keyboard Removal
1. Turn off the computer, turn it over to remove the battery (page 2 - 5).
2. Press at point 1 to release the keyboard (Figure 10a).
a. Release the keyboard by
pressing at point 1 .
3. Turn the computer over, remove the keyboard 2 (Figure 10b).
b. Disconnect the keyboard 4. Carefully lift the keyboard up, being careful not to bend the keyboard ribbon cable 3 . Disconnect the keyboard rib-
ribbon cable from the bon cable from the locking collar socket 4 (Figure 10b).
locking collar socket. 5. Carefully lift up the keyboard 2 off the computer (Figure 10c).
c. Remove the keyboard. 6. Reverse the process to install the keyboard (be careful not to bend the keyboard ribbon cable).

a. c.
2.Disassembly

b.
2
3


4 4
2. Keyboard

2 - 14 Removing the Keyboard


Disassembly

Removing the Wireless LAN Module Figure 11


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

1
5 Note: Make sure you
reconnect the antenna

2.Disassembly
cable to the 1 + 2
socket (Figure 11b).

5
b.


5.Wireless LAN Module
4
2 3 1 Screw

Removing the Wireless LAN Module 2 - 15


Disassembly

Wireless LAN, and Combo Module Cables


Note that the cables for connecting to the antennae on WLAN, and WLAN & Bluetooth Combo modules are not labelled.
The cables/covers (each cable will have either a black or transparent cable cover) are color coded for identification as
outlined in the table below.

Antenna Cable Cover


Module Type Cable Color
Type Type

WM 1 Black
WLAN/WLAN & Bluetooth
WM 2 Gray Transparent
Combo
WM 3 White
2.Disassembly

Cable 1 is usually connected to antenna 1 (Main) on the module, and cable 2 to antenna 2 (Aux).

2 - 16 Wireless LAN, and Combo Module Cables


Disassembly

Removing the CCD


1. Turn off the computer, turn it over to remove the battery (page 2 - 5). Figure 12
2. Run your fingers around the inner frame of the LCD panel at the points as indicated by the arrows 1 - 4 . CCD Removal
3. Lay the computer down on a flat surface with the top case up forming a 90 degree angle. Push the LCD front
cover 5 upwards before carefully lifting it up. a. Run your fingers around
the inner frame of the
4. Remove the LCD front cover 5 (Figure 12c).
LCD panel at the points
5. Disconnect the cable 6 . indicated by the arrows.
6. Remove the CCD module 7 (Figure 12e). b. Lay the computer down
7. Reverse the process to install a new CCD module. on a flat surface with the
top case up forming a 90
a. degree angle. Push the
c. LCD front panel upwards
before carefully lifting it
3

2.Disassembly
up.
c. Remove the LCD front
cover.
d. Disconnect the cable.
2 4 e. Remove the CCD mod-
ule.
5

1 d.

b. 6

e.
7
5. LCD Front Cover
7. CCD Module

Removing the CCD 2 - 17


Disassembly
2.Disassembly

2 - 18
Appendix A:Part Lists
This appendix breaks down the W940TU series notebooks construction into a series of illustrations. The component part
numbers are indicated in the tables opposite the drawings.

Note: This section indicates the manufacturers 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 List Illustration Location
The following table indicates where to find the appropriate part list illustration.
Table A - 1
Part List Illustration
Part
Location
Top (1-DIMM) Stand page A - 3
Top (1-DIMM) Positivo page A - 4
Top (2-DIMM) Stand page A - 5
Top (2-DIMM) Positivo page A - 6
Bottom - ODD page A - 7
A.Part Lists

Bottom - Dummy page A - 8


LCD page A - 9
HDD page A - 10
DVD Dual Drive page A - 11

A - 2
Top (1-DIMM) Stand

Figure A - 1

A.Part Lists
Top (1-DIMM)
Stand

Top (1-DIMM) Stand A - 3


Top (1-DIMM) Positivo

Figure A - 2
A.Part Lists

Top (1-DIMM)
Positivo

A - 4 Top (1-DIMM) Positivo


Top (2-DIMM) Stand

Figure A - 3

A.Part Lists
Top (2-DIMM)
Stand

Top (2-DIMM) Stand A - 5


Top (2-DIMM) Positivo

Figure A - 4
A.Part Lists

Top (2-DIMM)
Positivo

A - 6 Top (2-DIMM) Positivo


Bottom - ODD

Figure A - 5
Bottom - ODD

A.Part Lists
Bottom - ODD A - 7
Bottom - Dummy

Figure A - 6
A.Part Lists

Bottom - Dummy

A - 8 Bottom - Dummy
LCD

Figure A - 7
LCD

A.Part Lists

LCD A - 9
HDD

Figure A - 8
A.Part Lists

HDD

A - 10 HDD
DVD DUAL

Figure A - 9
DVD DUAL

A.Part Lists

DVD DUAL A - 11
A.Part Lists

A - 12
Schematic Diagrams

Appendix B: Schematic Diagrams


This appendix has circuit diagrams of the W940TU notebooks PCBs. The following table indicates where to find the
appropriate schematic diagram.

Diagram - Page Diagram - Page Diagram - Page


Table B - 1
System Block Diagram - Page B - 2 Panel, CRT - Page B - 14 1.5VS, 1.5V, VTT_MEM - Page B - 26 SCHEMATIC
Processor 1/8 - Page B - 3 HDMI - Page B - 15 1.0V, 1.05VS, 1.24V - Page B - 27 DIAGRAMS
Processor 2/8 - Page B - 4 LAN, Card Reader - Page B - 16 VCore - Page B - 28

B.Schematic Diagrams
Processor 3/8 - Page B - 5 Mini Card - Page B - 17 AC IN, Charger - Page B - 29
Processor 4/8 - Page B - 6 HDD, ODD, LED, LID - Page B - 18 Audio Board - Page B - 30
Processor 5/8 - Page B - 7 USB, Touch Panel - Page B - 19 TPM - Page B - 31
Processor 6/8 - Page B - 8 Conn, CCD, Fan, Click, TV - Page B - 20 SW Board - Page B - 32
Processor 7/8 - Page B - 9 Audio Codec - Page B - 21 Touch Panel Board - Page B - 33

Processor 8/8 - Page B - 10 KBC-ITE IT8587E - Page B - 22 Level Shifter 1 - Page B - 34 Version Note

DDR3 SO-DIMM_0 - Page B - 11 AU6259 - Page B - 23 Level Shifter 2 - Page B - 35 The schematic dia-
grams in this chapter
DDR3 SO-DIMM_1 - Page B - 12 5VS, 3VS, 1.8VS, 1.0VS - Page B - 24
are based upon ver-
RTD2136 - Page B - 13 VDD3, VDD5 - Page B - 25 sion 6-7P-W54T4-004.
If your mainboard (or
other boards) are a lat-
er version, please
check with the Service
Center for updated di-
agrams (if required).

B - 1
Schematic Diagrams

System Block Diagram

5 4 3 2 1

MAIN BOARD
SHEET 1~28
W549TU/W940TU Bay Trail System Block Diagram 5V/VS, 3V/VS, 1.8VS,
1.0VS/VSX, 1.35VS/VSX
3.3VA SHEET 23
AUDIO BOARD
PHONE JACK x2, USB2.0 x1
SHEET 29 PS8625
1066/ 1333 MHz VDD3,VDD5
(EDP to LVDS) DDR3L / 1.35V SHEET 24
D

POWER SWITCH BOARD DDR3L D

SHEET 12
SHEET 31 SO-DIMM1 1.35V, 1.8V, 1.5VS,
SHEET 10
SYSTEM SMBUS VTT_MEM SHEET 25
TOUCH PANEL BOARD LVDS SHEET 13 DDR3L
SHEET 32
SO-DIMM2 1.0V, 1.05VS, RTC_VCC
SHEET 11
SHEET 26
B.Schematic Diagrams

CRT SHEET 13 Bay Trail FOR 14"


HDMI SHEET 14
SoC VCORE,VGFX_CORE
SHEET 27
AUDIO BOARD
SHEET 29
ACIN, CHARGER
INT SPKER-R SHEET 28
SENTELIC
Sheet 1 of 34 TOUCH PAD
SHEET 19
EC
SPI
G SENSOR
OPTION
BIOS
SPI
C MIC HP C

System Block SHEET 21 SHEET 16 SHEET 5 IN OUT

32.768 KHz
Diagram EC 25x27mm
ITE 8587E 1170 Ball FCBGA
128pins LQFP LPC 25 MHz
14*14*1.6mm Azalia Codec INT SPKER-L
SHEET 21 TPM VT1802S
SHEET 20
SHEET 30 SHEET 20
INT. K/B EC SMBUS
SHEET 21 24 MHz
THERMAL SMART SMART AZALIA LINK
SENSOR FAN BATTERY
AC-IN PCIE 100 MHz
B
SHEET 3 SHEET 19 SHEET 28 SHEET 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 B

32.768KHz
Mini PCIE LAN/Card reader
SATA SOCKET
RTL8402
USB3.0 6Gbps
(USB1) SHEET 16 SHEET 15
USB2.0 480Mbps 25 MHz
HDD ODD
SATA 0 SATA 1
SATA II SATA II USB3.0 port1 Touch Panel USB2.0 HUB RJ-45 9IN1
AU6259 SOCKET
SHEET 17 SHEET 17 (USB0) SHEET 15 SHEET 15
(USB0) SHEET 18 (USB2) SHEET 18 (USB3)SHEET 22

A A

USB2.0 port1 USB2.0 port2 CCD+INT MIC TV tuner USB2.0 port1


SHEET 18 SHEET 19 SHEET 19 SHEET 19 SHEET 19
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Title
AUDIO BOARD AUDIO BOARD [01] BLOCK DIAGRAM
FOR 14" FOR 15" Size Document Number Rev
A3 6-7P-W54T4-004 3.0

Date: W ednesday, December 04, 2013 Sheet 1 of 34


5 4 3 2 1

B - 2 System Block Diagram


Schematic Diagrams

Processor 1/8

5 4 3 2 1

SOC-1 DDR0 ?
SOC-2 DDR1 ?
U1A VLV_M_D M_A_DQ[63:0] 10 U1B M_B_DQ[63:0] 11
VLV_M_D
10 M_A_A[15:0] M_A_A0 M_A_DQ0 11 M_B_A[15:0] M_B_A0 M_B_DQ0
K45 M36 AY45 BG38
M_A_A1 H47 DRAM0_MA_00 DRAM0_DQ_00 J36 M_A_DQ1 M_B_A1 BB47 DRAM1_MA_00 DRAM1_DQ_00 BC40 M_B_DQ1
M_A_A2 L41 DRAM0_MA_11 DRAM0_DQ_11 P40 M_A_DQ2 M_B_A2 AW41 DRAM1_MA_11 DRAM1_DQ_11 BA42 M_B_DQ2
M_A_A3 H44 DRAM0_MA_22 DRAM0_DQ_22 M40 M_A_DQ3 M_B_A3 BB44 DRAM1_MA_22 DRAM1_DQ_22 BD42 M_B_DQ3
M_A_A4 H50 DRAM0_MA_33 DRAM0_DQ_33 P36 M_A_DQ4 M_B_A4 BB50 DRAM1_MA_33 DRAM1_DQ_33 BC38 M_B_DQ4
M_A_A5 G53 DRAM0_MA_44 DRAM0_DQ_44 N36 M_A_DQ5 M_B_A5 BC53 DRAM1_MA_44 DRAM1_DQ_44 BD36 M_B_DQ5
D DRAM0_MA_55 DRAM0_DQ_55 DRAM1_MA_55 DRAM1_DQ_55 D
M_A_A6 H49 K40 M_A_DQ6 M_B_A6 BB49 BF42 M_B_DQ6
M_A_A7 D50 DRAM0_MA_66 DRAM0_DQ_66 K42 M_A_DQ7 M_B_A7 BF50 DRAM1_MA_66 DRAM1_DQ_66 BC44 M_B_DQ7
M_A_A8 G52 DRAM0_MA_77 DRAM0_DQ_77 B32 M_A_DQ8 M_B_A8 BC52 DRAM1_MA_77 DRAM1_DQ_77 BH32 M_B_DQ8
M_A_A9 E52 DRAM0_MA_88 DRAM0_DQ_88 C32 M_A_DQ9 M_B_A9 BE52 DRAM1_MA_88 DRAM1_DQ_88 BG32 M_B_DQ9
M_A_A10 K48 DRAM0_MA_99 DRAM0_DQ09_C32 C36 M_A_DQ10 M_B_A10 AY48 DRAM1_MA_99 DRAM1_DQ_99 BG36 M_B_DQ10
M_A_A11 E51 DRAM0_MA_1010 DRAM0_DQ_1010 A37 M_A_DQ11 M_B_A11 BE51 DRAM1_MA_1010 DRAM1_DQ_1010 BJ37 M_B_DQ11
M_A_A12 F47 DRAM0_MA_1111 DRAM0_DQ_1111 C33 M_A_DQ12 M_B_A12 BD47 DRAM1_MA_1111 DRAM1_DQ_1111 BG33 M_B_DQ12
M_A_A13 J51 DRAM0_MA_1212 DRAM0_DQ_1212 A33 M_A_DQ13 M_B_A13 BA51 DRAM1_MA_1212 DRAM1_DQ_1212 BJ33 M_B_DQ13
M_A_A14 B49 DRAM0_MA_1313 DRAM0_DQ_1313 C37 M_A_DQ14 M_B_A14 BH49 DRAM1_MA_1313 DRAM1_DQ_1313 BG37 M_B_DQ14
M_A_A15 B50 DRAM0_MA_1414 DRAM0_DQ_1414 B38 M_A_DQ15 M_B_A15 BH50 DRAM1_MA_1414 DRAM1_DQ_1414 BH38 M_B_DQ15
DRAM0_MA_1515 DRAM0_DQ_1515 F36 M_A_DQ16 DRAM1_MA_1515 DRAM1_DQ_1515 AU36 M_B_DQ16
10 M0_DM[7:0] M0_DM0 DRAM0_DQ_1616 M_A_DQ17 11 M1_DM[7:0] M1_DM0 DRAM1_DQ_1616 M_B_DQ17
G36 G38 BD38 AT36
M0_DM1 B36 DRAM0_DM_00 DRAM0_DQ_1717 F42 M_A_DQ18 M1_DM1 BH36 DRAM1_DM_00 DRAM1_DQ_1717 AV40 M_B_DQ18
M0_DM2 F38 DRAM0_DM_11 DRAM0_DQ_1818 J42 M_A_DQ19 M1_DM2 BC36 DRAM1_DM_11 DRAM1_DQ_1818 AT40 M_B_DQ19
M0_DM3 B42 DRAM0_DM_22 DRAM0_DQ_1919 G40 M_A_DQ20 M1_DM3 BH42 DRAM1_DM_22 DRAM1_DQ_1919 BA36 M_B_DQ20
M0_DM4 P51 DRAM0_DM_33 DRAM0_DQ_2020 C38 M_A_DQ21 M1_DM4 AT51 DRAM1_DM_33 DRAM1_DQ_2020 AV36 M_B_DQ21
M0_DM5 V42 DRAM0_DM_44 DRAM0_DQ_2121 G44 M_A_DQ22 M1_DM5 AM42 DRAM1_DM_44 DRAM1_DQ_2121 AY42 M_B_DQ22
M0_DM6 Y50 DRAM0_DM_55 DRAM0_DQ_2222 D42 M_A_DQ23 M1_DM6 AK50 DRAM1_DM_55 DRAM1_DQ_2222 AY40 M_B_DQ23
M0_DM7 Y52 DRAM0_DM_66 DRAM0_DQ_2323 A41 M_A_DQ24 M1_DM7 AK52 DRAM1_DM_66 DRAM1_DQ_2323 BJ41 M_B_DQ24

B.Schematic Diagrams
DRAM0_DM_77 DRAM0_DQ_2424 C41 M_A_DQ25 DRAM1_DM_77 DRAM1_DQ_2424 BG41 M_B_DQ25
M45 DRAM0_DQ_2525 A45 M_A_DQ26 AV45 DRAM1_DQ_2525 BJ45 M_B_DQ26
10 M_A_RAS# DRAM0_RAS DRAM0_DQ_2626 M_A_DQ27 11 M_B_RAS# DRAM1_RAS DRAM1_DQ_2626 M_B_DQ27
M44 B46 AV44 BH46
10 M_A_CAS# DRAM0_CAS DRAM0_DQ_2727 M_A_DQ28 11 M_B_CAS# DRAM1_CAS DRAM1_DQ_2727 M_B_DQ28
H51 C40 11 M_B_WE# BB51 BG40
10 M_A_WE# DRAM0_WE DRAM0_DQ_2828 M_A_DQ29 DRAM1_WE DRAM1_DQ_2828 M_B_DQ29
B40 BH40
K47 DRAM0_DQ_2929 B48 M_A_DQ30 AY47 DRAM1_DQ_2929 BH48 M_B_DQ30
10 M_A_BS0 DRAM0_BS_00 DRAM0_DQ_3030 M_A_DQ31 11 M_B_BS0 DRAM1_BS_00 DRAM1_DQ_3030 M_B_DQ31
K44 B47 11 M_B_BS1 AY44 BH47
10 M_A_BS1 D52 DRAM0_BS_11 DRAM0_DQ_3131 K52 M_A_DQ32 BF52 DRAM1_BS_11 DRAM1_DQ_3131 AY52 M_B_DQ32
10 M_A_BS2 DRAM0_BS_22 DRAM0_DQ_3232 M_A_DQ33 11 M_B_BS2 DRAM1_BS_22 DRAM1_DQ_3232 M_B_DQ33
K51 AY51
P44 DRAM0_DQ_3333 T52 M_A_DQ34 AT44 DRAM1_DQ_3333 AP52 M_B_DQ34
10 M_A_CS#0 DRAM0_CS_0 DRAM0_DQ_3434 M_A_DQ35 11 M_B_CS#2 DRAM1_CS_0 DRAM1_DQ_3434 M_B_DQ35
T51 AP51
P45 DRAM0_DQ_3535 L51 M_A_DQ36 AT45 DRAM1_DQ_3535 AW51 M_B_DQ36
C 10 M_A_CS#1 11 M_B_CS#3 C
DRAM0_CS_2 DRAM0_DQ_3636 L53 M_A_DQ37 DRAM1_CS_2 DRAM1_DQ_3636 AW53 M_B_DQ37
DRAM0_DQ_3737 R51 M_A_DQ38 DRAM1_DQ_3737 AR51 M_B_DQ38
C47 DRAM0_DQ_3838 R53 M_A_DQ39 BG47 DRAM1_DQ_3838 AR53 M_B_DQ39
10 M_A_CKE0 DRAM0_CKE_00 DRAM0_DQ_3939 M_A_DQ40 11 M_B_CKE2 DRAM1_CKE_00 DRAM1_DQ_3939 M_B_DQ40
D48 T47 BE46 AP47
F44 RESERVED_D48 DRAM0_DQ_4040 T45 M_A_DQ41 BD44 RESERVED_BE46 DRAM1_DQ_4040 AP45 M_B_DQ41
10 M_A_CKE1 DRAM0_CKE_22 DRAM0_DQ_4141 M_A_DQ42 11 M_B_CKE3 DRAM1_CKE_22 DRAM1_DQ_4141 M_B_DQ42
E46 Y40 BF48 AK40
RESERVED_E46 DRAM0_DQ_4242 V41 M_A_DQ43 RESERVED_BF48 DRAM1_DQ_4242 AM41 M_B_DQ43
T41 DRAM0_DQ_4343 T48 M_A_DQ44 AP41 DRAM1_DQ_4343 AP48 M_B_DQ44
10 M_A_ODT0 DRAM0_ODT_0 DRAM0_DQ_4444 M_A_DQ45 11 M_B_ODT2 DRAM1_ODT_0 DRAM1_DQ_4444 M_B_DQ45
T50 AP50
DRAM0_DQ_4545 DRAM1_DQ_4545

Sheet 2 of 34
P42 Y42 M_A_DQ46 AT42 AK42 M_B_DQ46
10 M_A_ODT1 DRAM0_ODT_2 DRAM0_DQ_4646 M_A_DQ47 11 M_B_ODT3 DRAM1_ODT_2 DRAM1_DQ_4646 M_B_DQ47
AB40 AH40
DRAM0_DQ_4747 V45 M_A_DQ48 DRAM1_DQ_4747 AM45 M_B_DQ48
M50 DRAM0_DQ_4848 V47 M_A_DQ49 AV50 DRAM1_DQ_4848 AM47 M_B_DQ49
10 M_A_CLK_DDR0 DRAM0_CKP_0 DRAM0_DQ_4949 M_A_DQ50 11 M_B_CLK_DDR2 DRAM1_CKP_0 DRAM1_DQ_4949 M_B_DQ50
M48 AD48 AV48 AF48
10 M_A_CLK_DDR#0 DRAM0_CKN_0 DRAM0_DQ_5050 M_A_DQ51 11 M_B_CLK_DDR#2 DRAM1_CKN_0 DRAM1_DQ_5050 M_B_DQ51

Processor 1/8
AD50 AF50
DRAM0_DQ_5151 V48 M_A_DQ52 DRAM1_DQ_5151 AM48 M_B_DQ52
P50 DRAM0_DQ_5252 V50 M_A_DQ53 DRAM1_DQ_5252 AM50 M_B_DQ53
10 M_A_CLK_DDR1 DRAM0_CKP_2 DRAM0_DQ_5353 M_A_DQ54 DRAM1_DQ_5353 M_B_DQ54
P48 AB44 AT50 AH44
10 M_A_CLK_DDR#1 DRAM0_CKN_2 DRAM0_DQ_5454 M_A_DQ55 11 M_B_CLK_DDR3 DRAM1_CKP_2 DRAM1_DQ_5454 M_B_DQ55
Y45 AT48 AK45
DRAM0_DQ_5555 M_A_DQ56 11 M_B_CLK_DDR#3 DRAM1_CKN_2 DRAM1_DQ_5555 M_B_DQ56
V52 AM52
DRAM0_DQ_5656 W51 M_A_DQ57 DRAM1_DQ_5656 AL51 M_B_DQ57
P41 DRAM0_DQ_5757 AC53 M_A_DQ58 DRAM1_DQ_5757 AG53 M_B_DQ58
10 DRAM_A_RST# DRAM0_DRAMRST DRAM0_DQ_5858 M_A_DQ59 DRAM1_DQ_5858 M_B_DQ59
AC51 AT41 AG51
DRAM0_DQ_5959 M_A_DQ60 11 DRAM_B_RST# DRAM1_DRAMRST DRAM1_DQ_5959 M_B_DQ60
W53 AL53
DRAM0_DQ_6060 Y51 M_A_DQ61 DRAM1_DQ_6060 AK51 M_B_DQ61
DDR3_VREF AF44 DRAM0_DQ_6161 AD52 M_A_DQ62 DRAM1_DQ_6161 AF52 M_B_DQ62
DRAM_VREF DRAM0_DQ_6262 AD51 M_A_DQ63 DRAM1_DQ_6262 AF51 M_B_DQ63
DRAM0_DQ_6363 DRAM1_DQ_6363
J38 M_A_DQS0 M_A_DQS[7:0] 10 BF40 M_B_DQS0 M_B_DQS[7:0] 11
R1 100K_04 ICLK_DRAM_TERMN_0 AH42 DRAM0_DQSP_00 K38 M_A_DQS#0 DRAM1_DQSP_00 BD40 M_B_DQS#0
R2 100K_04 ICLK_DRAM_TERMN_1 AF42 ICLK_DRAM_TERM_1 DRAM0_DQSN_00 C35 M_A_DQS1 DRAM1_DQSN_00 BG35 M_B_DQS1
B B
ICLK_DRAM_TERMN_AF42 DRAM0_DQSP_11 B34 M_A_DQS#1 DRAM1_DQSP_11 BH34 M_B_DQS#1
DRAM0_DQSN_11 D40 M_A_DQS2 DRAM1_DQSN_11 BA38 M_B_DQS2
DDR1.35V_PWRGD_R AD42 DRAM0_DQSP_22 F40 M_A_DQS#2 DRAM1_DQSP_22 AY38 M_B_DQS#2
DRAM_CORE_PWROK_R AB42 DRAM_VDD_S4_PWROK DRAM0_DQSN_22 B44 M_A_DQS3 DRAM1_DQSN_22 BH44 M_B_DQS3
DRAM_CORE_PWROK DRAM0_DQSP_33 C43 M_A_DQS#3 DRAM1_DQSP_33 BG43 M_B_DQS#3
DRAM0_DQSN_33 M_A_DQS4 M_A_DQS#0 M_A_DQS#[7:0] 10 DRAM1_DQSN_33 M_B_DQS4 M_B_DQS#0 M_B_DQS#[7:0] 11
N53 AU53
DDR3_RCOMP_0 AD44 DRAM0_DQSP_44 M52 M_A_DQS#4 M_A_DQS#1 DRAM1_DQSP_44 AV52 M_B_DQS#4 M_B_DQS#1
DDR3_RCOMP_1 AF45 DRAM_RCOMP_00 DRAM0_DQSN_44 T42 M_A_DQS5 M_A_DQS#2 DRAM1_DQSN_44 AP42 M_B_DQS5 M_B_DQS#2
DDR3_RCOMP_2 AD45 DRAM_RCOMP_11 DRAM0_DQSP_55 T44 M_A_DQS#5 M_A_DQS#3 DRAM1_DQSP_55 AP44 M_B_DQS#5 M_B_DQS#3
DRAM_RCOMP_22 DRAM0_DQSN_55 Y47 M_A_DQS6 M_A_DQS#4 DRAM1_DQSN_55 AK47 M_B_DQS6 M_B_DQS#4
DRAM0_DQSP_66 M_A_DQS#6 M_A_DQS#5 DRAM1_DQSP_66 M_B_DQS#6 M_B_DQS#5
R3

R4

R5

Y48 AK48
AF40 DRAM0_DQSN_66 AB52 M_A_DQS7 M_A_DQS#6 DRAM1_DQSN_66 AH52 M_B_DQS7 M_B_DQS#6
AF41 RESERVED_AF40 DRAM0_DQSP_77 AA51 M_A_DQS#7 M_A_DQS#7 DRAM1_DQSP_77 AJ51 M_B_DQS#7 M_B_DQS#7
AD40 RESERVED_AF41 DRAM0_DQSN_77 DRAM1_DQSN_77
162R
23.2_1%_04

29.4_1%_04

AD41 RESERVED_AD40
RESERVED_AD41
1 OF 13
2 OF 13
VLV_M_D/BGA VLV_M_D/BGA
? REV = 1.2 ?
REV = 1.2 3.3V 1.35V

1.35V R1171 R1170


P / N D02 modify *10K_04 10K_04 D02 modify

1.35V
DRAM_CORE_PWROK_R
R1071 D02 modify
10K_04 D02 del R7
3

D
Q71B R6 4.7K_1%_04 DDR3_VREF
A 1.35V 7,10,11,23,25 A
*10mil_short_04 R1172 DDR1.35V_PWRGD_R 5G *MTDN7002ZHS6R
25 DDR1.35V_PWRGD S 3.3V 3,13,15,16,19,21,23,24,25,26,27,30,33,34
C1075
4
6

D *0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 R8 4.7K_1%_04 C1
C1067 Q71A

!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
*0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 2G *MTDN7002ZHS6R 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
21 DRAM_CORE_PWROK S
1

D02 modify C1118 D02 modify Title


*0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 [02] SOC 1/8 DDR3L
D02 modify
Size Document Number Rev
D03 EMI add C1118 R1173 0_04 Custom W54XTU 6-71-W54T0-D03 3.0
Date: Wednesday, December 04, 2013 Sheet 2 of 34
5 4 3 2 1

Processor 1/8 B - 3
Schematic Diagrams

Processor 2/8
5 4 3 2 1

SOC-3 DISPLAY
?
U1C
VLV_M_D
AV3 AG3
D 14 HDMIC_C0CP AV2 DDI0_TXP_0 DDI1_TXP_0 AG1 EDP_TXP_0 12 D
14 HDMIC_C0CN AT2 DDI0_TXN_0 DDI1_TXN_0 AF3 EDP_TXN_0 12
14 HDMIC_C1CP AT3 DDI0_TXP_1 DDI1_TXP_1 AF2 EDP_TXP_1 12
14 HDMIC_C1CN AR3 DDI0_TXN_1 DDI1_TXN_1 AD3 EDP_TXN_1 12 1.8VS
14 HDMIC_C2CP AR1 DDI0_TXP_2 DDI1_TXP_2 AD2
14 HDMIC_C2CN AP3 DDI0_TXN_2 DDI1_TXN_2 AC3
14 HDMIC_CLKCP AP2 DDI0_TXP_3 DDI1_TXP_3 AC1
14 HDMIC_CLKCN DDI0_TXN_3 DDI1_TXN_3 R9
AL3 AK3 10K_04
AL1 DDI0_AUXP DDI1_AUXP AK2 DP_AUXP 12
DDI0_AUXN DDI1_AUXN DP_AUXN 12
D27 K30
14 HDMI_HPD DDI0_HPD DDI1_HPD

D
C26 P30 DDI1_GEN_R_DAT
33 HDMI_CTRLDATA DDI0_DDCDATA DDI1_DDCDATA
C28 G30 Q1
33 HDMI_CTRLCLK DDI0_DDCCLK DDI1_DDCCLK MTN7002ZHS3 G
B28 N30 EDP_HPD 12,13
R14 2.2K_04

S
DDI0_VDDEN DDI1_VDDEN NB_ENAVDD_N 34
B.Schematic Diagrams

R13 2.2K_04 C27 J30


1.8VS DDI0_BKLTEN DDI1_BKLTEN BLON_N 34
B26 M30 R12
DDI0_BKLTCTL DDI1_BKLTCTL PCH_BRIGHTNESS_N 33
100K_04

R15 402_1%_04 AK13 AH14


6-13-40201-28C AK12 DDI0_RCOMP RESERVED_AH14 AH13
AM14 DDI0_RCOMP_P RESERVED_AH13 AF14
RESERVED_AM14 RESERVED_AF14 D02 R16, R17 change to short
AM13 AF13
*10mil_short_04 R22 AM3 RESERVED_AM13 RESERVED_AF13 AH3 R16 *10mil_short_04
RESERVED_VSS0 RESERVED_VSS2

Sheet 3 of 34 *10mil_short_04 R23 AM2 AH2 R17 *10mil_short_04


RESERVED_VSS1 RESERVED_VSS3 7/2 modify name NEAR CPU DAC_R
DAC_R 13
BA3 DAC_R
D02 R22, R23 change to short VGA_RED DAC_B
150_1%_04 R18
DAC_B
*33p_50V_NPO_04 C4
AY2 150_1%_04 R19
VGA_BLUE DAC_G DAC_B 13

Processor 2/8
BA1 150_1%_04 R20 *33p_50V_NPO_04 C2
VGA_GREEN AW1 DAC_IREF_R 357_1%_06 R21 DAC_G
C VGA_IREF AY3 DAC_G 13 C
*33p_50V_NPO_04 C3
VGA_IRTN
BD2
VGA_HSYNC BF2 DAC_HSYNC 13
VGA_VSYNC DAC_VSYNC 13
BC1
VGA_DDCCLK BC2 DDC_CLK 13
VGA_DDCDATA DDC_DATA 13
T2 T7
T3 RESERVED_T2 RESERVED_T7 T9
AB3 RESERVED_T3 RESERVED_T9 AB13
AB2 RESERVED_AB3 RESERVED_AB13 AB12
Y3 RESERVED_AB2 RESERVED_AB12 Y12
Y2 RESERVED_Y3 RESERVED_Y12 Y13 STRAP RESISTORS SHOULD BE PLACED CLOSE TO SOC
W3
W1
RESERVED_Y2
RESERVED_W3
RESERVED_W1
RESERVED_Y13
RESERVED_V10
RESERVED_V9
V10
V9 1.8VS STRAPS
V2 T12 D02 modify
V3 RESERVED_V2 RESERVED_T12 T10
R3 RESERVED_V3 RESERVED_T10 V14
R1 RESERVED_R3 RESERVED_V14 V13
AD6 RESERVED_R1 RESERVED_V13 T14 R1086 R46 R1084 R1082 R24
AD4 RESERVED_AD6 RESERVED_T14 T13 2.2K_04 *10K_04 *10K_04 *10K_04 *10K_04
AB9 RESERVED_AD4 RESERVED_T13 T6
AB7 RESERVED_AB9 RESERVED_T6 T4
Y4 RESERVED_AB7 RESERVED_T4 P14 GPIO_NC13
Y6 RESERVED_Y4 RESERVED_P14
V4 RESERVED_Y6 GPIO_S0_SC_56 6
V6 RESERVED_V4 K34 I2S_2_FS 4
GPIO_NC13 A29 RESERVED_V6 RESERVED_K34 D32 DDI1_GEN_R_DAT I2S_2_TXD_R_AICO 4
C29 RESERVED_A29 RESERVED_D32 N32
AB14 RESERVED_C29 RESERVED_N32 J34
B30 RESERVED_AB14 RESERVED_J34 K28
B C30 GPIO_S0_NC12 RESERVED_K28 F28 R48 R1085 R1083 R25 B
RESERVED_C30 RESERVED_F28 F32 D02 del *4.7K_04 *10K_04 *10K_04 10K_04
RESERVED_F32 D34
RESERVED_D34 J28
RESERVED_J28 D28
RESERVED_D28 M32
RESERVED_M32 F34
RESERVED_F34
3 OF 13
VLV_M_D/BGA
REV = 1.2 ?

W/O CPU THERMAL


IC
,



PCB
3!Qdt
Analog Thermal Sensor
D02A modify


6-17-10320-731 (M-R0
4 0
2
)
6-17-10300-730
3.3V PTH3


6-17-10300-731 (M-R0
6 0
3
)
10K_1%_NTC_04
1 2
THERM_VOLT 21
1:2 (4mils:8mils)
Q80
2 1
VCC OUT THERM_VOLT2 21
A 1.8VS 4,5,6,8,14,20,21,23,33 A
C198
3 3.3V 2,13,15,16,19,21,23,24,25,26,27,30,33,34
C1103
GND R951 R1243 SC70-3
*0.1u_10V_X7R_04 *G711ST9U *0.1u_10V_X7R_04
10K_1%_04 *10K_1%_04 1
D03 no stuff D03 no stuff 3

2
!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
Title
[03] SOC 2/8 DISPLAY
EVT T he r ma l P C B , NTC PCB . Size Document Number R ev
Custom W54XTU 6-71-W54T0-D01A 1.0A
Date: Wednesday, December 04, 2013 Sheet 3 of 35
5 4 3 2 1

B - 4 Processor 2/8
Schematic Diagrams

Processor 3/8
5 4 3 2 1

PCI-E x1 Usage
SOC-4 SATA AND PCI EXPRESS Lane 0
Lane 1
LAN/CARD READER
WLAN
Lane 2 X
Lane 3 X

?
D U1D D
VLV_M_D
BF6 AY7 PCIE_TXP0_C 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 C6
17 SATATXP0 SATA_TXP_0 PCIE_TXP_0 PCIE_TXN0_C PCIE_TXP0_LAN 15
BG7 AY6 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 C7
17 SATATXN0 SATA_TXN_0 PCIE_TXN_0 PCIE_TXN0_LAN 15

17 SATARXP0
AU16
AV16 SATA_RXP_0
SATA HDD PCIE_RXP_0
AT14
AT13 PCIE_RXP0_LAN 15
17 SATARXN0 SATA_RXN_0 PCIE_RXN_0 PCIE_RXN0_LAN 15
BD10 AV6 PCIE_TXP1_C 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 C8
17 SATATXP1 SATA_TXP1 PCIE_TXP_1 PCIE_TXN1_C PCIE_TXP1_WLAN 16
17 SATATXN1 BF10 AV4 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 C9
SATA_TXN_1 PCIE_TXN_1 PCIE_TXN1_WLAN 16
1.8VS
17 SATARXP1
AY16
BA16 SATA_RXP_1
SATA ODD PCIE_RXP_1
AT10
AT9
PCIE_RXP1_WLAN 16
17 SATARXN1 SATA_RXN_1 PCIE_RXN_1 PCIE_RXN1_WLAN 16
R26 *10mil_short BB10 AT7 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 C1099
RESERVED_VSS4 PCIE_TXP_2 PCIE_TXP2_CARD 15
R29 R28 *10mil_short BC10 AT6 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 C1100
RESERVED_VSS5 PCIE_TXN_2 PCIE_TXN2_CARD 15 1.8VS
10K_04
D02 R26, R28 short BA12 AP12
AY14 SATA_GP0 PCIE_RXP_2 AP10 PCIE_RXP2_CARD 15 LAN_CLKREQ# R39 10K_04
SATA_GP1 PCIE_RXN_2 PCIE_RXN2_CARD 15
34 SATA_LED#_N D02 SCI#_N change to TPAY12 SATA_LED WLAN_CLKREQ#
AP6 D02 add PCIE net for W97 card reader R40 10K_04
SATA_RCOMP_DP AU18 PCIE_TXP_3 AP4
SATA_RCOMP_DN AT18 SATA_RCOMP_P_AU18 PCIE_TXN_3 CARD_CLKREQ# R42 10K_04
SATA_RCOMP_N_AT18 AP9
PCIE_RXP_3 D02 R36, R37 short

B.Schematic Diagrams
AP7 PCIECLKRQ3# R43 10K_04
AT22 PCIE_RXN_3
MMC1_CLK BB5 R36 *10mil_short
AV20 RESERVED_VSS6 BB7 R37 *10mil_short
AU22 MMC1_D0 RESERVED_VSS7
AV22 MMC1_D1 BG3
C
R954 *0_04 SATA_RCOMP_DP AT20 MMC1_D2 PCIE_CLKREQ_0 BD7
LAN_CLKREQ# 15 Layout Note: Close to SOC C
1.0VS MMC1_D3 PCIE_CLKREQ_1 CARD_CLKREQ# WLAN_CLKREQ# 16
AY24 BG5
MMC1_D4 PCIE_CLKREQ_2 CARD_CLKREQ# 15
R955 *0_04 AU26 BE3 PCIECLKRQ3# C1017 *22p_50V_NPO_04
R33 AT26 MMC1_D5 PCIE_CLKREQ_3 BD5
402_1%_04 AU20 MMC1_D6 SD3_WP_BD5 R964 33_04 HDA_RST#_R
MMC1_D7 PCIE_RCOMP_DP 20 HDA_RST#
6-13-40201-28C AP14
AV26 PCIE_RCOMP_P_AP14_AP14 AP13 PCIE_RCOMP_DN R30 33_04 HDA_BITCLK_R
SATA_RCOMP_DN MMC1_CMD PCIE_RCOMP_N_AP13_AP13 20 HDA_BITCLK
1.0VS R956 *0_04 BA24
MMC1_RST BB4
R957 *0_04 R41 49.9_1%_04 AY18 RESERVED_BB4 BB3

Sheet 4 of 34
MMC1_RCOMP RESERVED_BB3 AV10 R27 33_04 HDA_SDOUT_R
RESERVED_AV10 AV9 20 HDA_SDOUT
BA18 RESERVED_AV9
AY20 SD2_CLK
BD20 SD2_D0 BF20 R44 49.9_1%_04
SD2_D1 HDA_LPE_RCOMP

Processor 3/8
R959 *0_04 PCIE_RCOMP_DP BA20 BG22 HDA_RST#_R
1.0VS SD2_D2 HDA_RST HDA_SYNC_R HDA_SYNC_R
BD18 BH20 R31 33_04
SD2_D3_CD HDA_SYNC HDA_BITCLK_R 20 HDA_SYNC
R960 *0_04 BC18 BJ21
R38 SD2_CMD HDA_CLK BG20 HDA_SDOUT_R R32 *1M_04
402_1%_04 HDA_SDO BG19
6-13-40201-28C HDA_SDI0 BG21 HDA_SDIN0 20
HDA_SDI1 D02 del R963, Q2, R34, R35, R32 no stuff
AY26 BH18 R49 *75_04
R962 *0_04 PCIE_RCOMP_DN AT28 SD3_CLK GPIO_S0_SC_14 BG18 I2S_2_TXD_R_AICO 3
1.0VS SD3_D0 GPIO_S0_SC_15
BD26
R961 *0_04 AU28 SD3_D1 BF28
BA26 SD3_D2 LPE_I2S2_CLK BA30
BC24 SD3_D3 LPE_I2S2_FRM BC30 R51 *10mil_short_04 I2S_2_FS 3
AV28 SD3_CD# LPE_I2S2_DATAOUT BD28
BF22 SD3_CMD LPE_I2S2_DATAIN
B SD3_1P8EN B
BD22 P34 D02 change R50,R52 to TP, R51 short
SD3_PWREN RESERVED_P34 N34
R53 49.9_1%_04 BF26 RESERVED_N34
SD3_RCOMP AK9
RESERVED_AK9 AK7
RESERVED_AK7
C24 H_PROCHOT#_D R54 0_04 H_PROCHOT#
PROCHOT H_PROCHOT# 27

4 OF 13
VLV_M_D/BGA
REV = 1.2 ?

R55 *73.2_1%_04 1.0VS


D02A modify
H_PROCHOT#
*10mil_short_04 R47

D
D33 ME_WE 21
Q3
I2S_2_TXD_R_AICO A C *910_04 R1238
G C17
21 H_PROCHOT_EC
MTN7002ZHS3

S
R56 47p_50V_NPO_04 RB751S-40C2

*100K_04

A 1.8VS 3,5,6,8,14,20,21,23,33 A
CAD Note: Capacitor need to be placed
close to buffer output pin 1.0VS 5,8,23,27

!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
Title
[04] SOC 3/8 SATA, PCI EXPRESS
Size Document Number Rev
Custom W54XTU 6-71-W54T0-D03 3.0
Date: Wednesday, December 04, 2013 Sheet 4 of 34
5 4 3 2 1

Processor 3/8 B - 5
Schematic Diagrams

Processor 4/8
5 4 3 2 1

D02A 1.8V=>1.8VS

1.8VS

RST_BTN# R1076 *1K_04

D02 del R71, R1167

D02A stuff
RSMRST# R63 100K_04

D 22p_50V_NPO_04 C18
SOC-5 PMU AND CLOCKS D

1.0VS
SVID Signals

1
R57 ?
X1 U1E D02 modify
VLV_M_D H_CPU_SVIDALRT#
FSX5L_25MHZ 1M_04 R87 69.8_1%_04
XTAL25_IN AH12 AU34 H_CPU_SVIDDAT R89 69.8_1%_04

2
XTAL25_OUT AH10 ICLK_OSCIN SIO_UART1_RXD AV34 H_CPU_SVIDCLK R88 69.8_1%_04
22p_50V_NPO_04 C19 ICLK_OSCOUT SIO_UART1_TXD BA34
AD9 SIO_UART1_RTS AY34 CRB 73.2
RESERVED_AD9 SIO_UART1_CTS check list 70
4.02K_1%_04 R62 ICLKICOMP AD14 BF34
47.5_1%_04 R60 XCLK_RCOMP AD13 ICLK_ICOMP SIO_UART2_RXD BD34
ICLK_RCOMP SIO_UART2_TXD BD32
AD10 SIO_UART2_RTS BF32
B.Schematic Diagrams

AD12 RESERVED_AD10 SIO_UART2_CTS


RESERVED_AD12
CLK_PCIE_LAN# AF6 1.8V
15 CLK_PCIE_LAN# 100MHz CLK_PCIE_LAN AF4 PCIE_CLKN_00 D26 R65 *10mil_short
15 CLK_PCIE_LAN PCIE_CLKP_00 PMC_SUSPWRDNACK SUS_PWR_ACK_N 34
G24 SUSCLK CRB to EC
CLK_PCIE_MINI# AF9 PMC_SUSCLK0_G24 F18 SLP_S0IX#_N
16 CLK_PCIE_MINI# 100MHz CLK_PCIE_MINI AF7 PCIE_CLKN_11 PMC_SLP_S0IX F22
SLP_S0IX#_N 34
R971
16 CLK_PCIE_MINI PCIE_CLKP_11 PMC_SLP_S4 SUSC#_N 34
D22
PMC_SLP_S3 SUSB#_N 34
J20 *1K_04
AK4 GPIO_S5_14 D20 VDD3 RTC_VCC
15 CLK_PCIE_CARD# PCIE_CLKN_22 PMC_ACPRESENT PCIE_WAKE#_R AC_PRESENT 21,34 D02A modify

Sheet 5 of 34
AK6 F26 PCIE_WAKE#_R 34 R113 *10mil_short_04
15 CLK_PCIE_CARD PCIE_CLKP_22 PMC_WAKE_PCIE_0 PMC_BATLOW#_R PLT_RST#_N 34
K26 PMC_BATLOW#_R 21,34
AM4 PMC_BATLOW J26 RTCVCC
PCIE_CLKN_33 PMC_PWRBTN RST_BTN# PWR_BTN#_R 21,34
AM6 BG9 R114 D2 R1246 0_04
PCIE_CLKP_33 PMC_RSTBTN F20 PLT_RST# BAT54CS3
Processor 4/8 C
AM10
AM9 RESERVED_AM10
RESERVED_AM9
PMC_PLTRST
GPIO_S5_17
PMC_SUS_STAT
J24
G18
S4_STATE#_N 30
*100_04
C21 1u_6.3V_X5R_04

3 C
A

A
1

2 RTC_VBAT_1
R1247 *0_04

C
D02 C20,C22 change to 15P R76
C11 RTC_RST# 20K_1%_04 R77
BH7 ILB_RTC_TEST C20 15p_50V_NPO_04 SRTC_RTC# 1K_04
BH5 PMC_PLT_CLK_00
PMC_PLT_CLK_11 D03 add R1269

1
BH4
PMC_PLT_CLK_22

1
BH8 B10 RSMRST# JOPEN1 C24

RTC_VBAT
PMC_PLT_CLK_33 PMC_RSMRST RSMRST# 21
BH6
PMC_PLT_CLK_44 PMC_CORE_PWROK
B7
PMC_CORE_PWROK 21
R75 X2 *OPEN_10mil-1MM 1u_6.3V_X5R_04
BJ9 CM315D_32.768KHZ RTC CLEAR

2
SRTC_RTC# C12 PMC_PLT_CLK_55 R1269 10K_04 10M_04 R78

2
ILB_RTC_RST C9 RTC_X1 20K_1%_04 J_RTC1 J_RTC2
R1178 *51_04 XDP_H_TCK D14 ILB_RTC_X1 A9 RTC_X2 C22 15p_50V_NPO_04 RTC_RST#
R1179 *51_04 XDP_H_TRST_NG12 TAP_TCK ILB_RTC_X2 B8 C23 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 1 1
TAP_TRST ILB_RTC_EXTPAD

1
R1180 *51_04 XDP_H_TMS F14 C25
1.8V
R1181 *51_04 XDP_H_TDI F12 TAP_TMS Zo= 50 15
% JOPEN2 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 2 2
R1182 *51_04 XDP_H_TDO G16 TAP_TDI *OPEN_10mil-1MM W5000102-001 *BHKB7410AP2PT
D18 TAP_TDO
RTC CLEAR

2
F16 TAP_PRDY B24 H_CPU_SVIDALRT#_R R79 20_1%_04
TAP_PREQ SVID_ALERT H_CPU_SVIDDAT_R H_CPU_SVIDALRT# 27
AT34 A25 R80 16.9_1%_04 H_CPU_SVIDDAT 27
RESERVED SVID_DATA C25 H_CPU_SVIDCLK_R R81 0_04
SPI_CS0# R82 22_04 SPI_CS_0# C23 SVID_CLK 25MHz H_CPU_SVIDCLK 27
R83 *0_04 SPI_CS_1# C21 PCU_SPI_CS_00
SPI_SO R84 22_04 SPI_SO_R B22 PCU_SPI_CS_11 AU32
SPI_SI R85 22_04 SPI_SI_R A21 PCU_SPI_MISO SIO_PWM_00 AT32
SPI_SCLK R86 22_04 SPI_SCLK_R C22 PCU_SPI_MOSI SIO_PWM_11
PCU_SPI_CLK
33 SMI#_N
33 SCI#_N
B18
R90 4.7K_04 B16 GPIO_S5_0 K24
1.8V GPIO_S5_1 GPIO_S5_22
R92 4.7K_04 C18 N24
R1039 10K_04 A17 GPIO_S5_2 GPIO_S5_23 M20
C17 GPIO_S5_3 GPIO_S5_24 J18
16 G_INT1 GPIO_S5_4 GPIO_S5_25
C16 M18
R1227 4.7K_04 B14 GPIO_S5_5 GPIO_S5_26 K18
B B
C15 GPIO_S5_6 GPIO_S5_27 K20
33 SWI#_N GPIO_S5_7 GPIO_S5_28 M22
GPIO_S5_29 M24
D02 add R1126(4.7K_04), add net SCI#_N, SWI#_N GPIO_S5_30
C13
21,34 SB_KBCRST#_R GPIO_S5_8
A13
C19 GPIO_S5_9 AV32
GPIO_S5_10 SIO_SPI_CS BA28
SIO_SPI_MISO AY28
R93 49.9_1%_04 N26 SIO_SPI_MOSI AY30
GPIO_RCOMP SIO_SPI_CLK

5 OF 13
VLV_M_D/BGA
REV = 1.2 ?
33MHz
Share ROM
R96 *0_04 SPI_SI_R
21 HSPI_MSI SPI_SO_R
21 HSPI_MSO R97 *0_04
R98 *0_04 SPI_SCLK_R
21 HSPI_SCLK SPI_CS_0#
21 HSPI_CE# R102 *0_04
R99 *0_04 SPI_CS_1#

1.8V
D02 modify
SPI_* = 1.5"~6.5"
NC1
SHORT
BIOS ROM
C26 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
RTC_VCC 26
A
U2
64Mbit 1.8VS 3,4,6,8,14,20,21,23,33 A

SPI_VDD SPI_SI RTCVCC 8


8 5
VDD SI VDD3 15,16,17,21,23,24,25,26,28,33
SPI_SO 1.8V 6,8,16,23,25,33,34
R91 2
SO 1.0VS 4,8,23,27
3.3K_1%_04
SPI_WP# 3 1 SPI_CS0#

!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
WP# CE# R1230 3.3K_1%_04
R94 6 SPI_SCLK
3.3K_1%_04 SCK
SPI_HOLD# 7
D02 add R1230 Title
4
HOLD# VSS [05] SOC 4/8 PMU, CLOCKS
MX25U6435F
Size Document Number Rev
Custom W54XTU 6-71-W54T0-D03 3.0
Date: Wednesday, December 04, 2013 Sheet 5 of 34
5 4 3 2 1

B - 6 Processor 4/8
Schematic Diagrams

Processor 5/8

5 4 3 2 1

SOC-6 USB

?
U1F
VLV_M_D
D G2 M10 D
GPIO_S5_31 RESERVED_M10 M9
RESERVED_M9
P7
M3 RESERVED_P7
GPIO_S5_32 P6
L1 RESERVED_P6
K2 GPIO_S5_33
K3 GPIO_S5_34
GPIO_S5_35 M7
M2 RESERVED_M7
GPIO_S5_36 M12 R907 1.24K_1%_04
N3 USB3_REXT0
P2 GPIO_S5_37
GPIO_S5_38 P10

B.Schematic Diagrams
L3 RESERVED_P10
GPIO_S5_39 P12
RESERVED_P12
M4
RESERVED_M4 M6
J3 RESERVED_M6
P3 GPIO_S5_40
GPIO_S5_41 D4 USB3_RX1_P 18
H3 USB3_RXP0
GPIO_S5_42 E3 USB3_RX1_N 18
B12 USB3_RXN0
GPIO_S5_43 M/B USB port
K6 USB3_TX1_P 18
USB3_TXP0 K7
M16 USB3_TXN0 USB3_TX1_N 18
18 USB_PP0 USB_DP0
M/B USB port 18 USB_PN0 K16
USB_DN0

MINI CARD 16
16
USB_PP1
USB_PN1
J14
G14 USB_DP1
USB_DN1
Sheet 6 of 34
K12

C
Touch Panel 18
18

22
USB_PP2
USB_PN2

USB_PP3
J12

K10
USB_DP2
USB_DN2

USB_DP3
RESERVED_H8
H8
H7
C Processor 5/8
USB HUB 22 USB_PN3 H10
USB_DN3
RESERVED_H7

H5
R104 1K_04 D10 RESERVED_H5
ICLK_USB_TERM_1 H4
R105 1K_04 F10 RESERVED_H4
1.8V ICLK_USB_TERMN

18 USB_OC#01 C20
10K_04 R106 USB_OC#01 B20 USB_OC_00
10K_04 R107 USB_OC#02 19 USB_OC#02 USB_OC_11

BD12
D6 GPIO_S0_SC_55
USB_RCOMPO BC12
R108 45.3_1%_04 C7 GPIO_S0_SC_56 GPIO_S0_SC_56 3
USB_RCOMPI BD14
6-13-45R31-28B GPIO_S0_SC_57 BC14
GPIO_S0_SC_58 BF14
R969 *0_04 M13 GPIO_S0_SC_59
USB_PLL_MON BD16
GPIO_S0_SC_60 BC16
GPIO_S0_SC_61

B4
USB_HSIC0_DATA BH12 ICH_SPKR_N 34
B5 ILB_8254_SPKR
USB_HSIC0_STROBE

E2
D2 USB_HSIC1_DATA
USB_HSIC1_STROBE BH22
SIO_I2C0_DATA BG23
B SIO_I2C0_CLK B
R110 45.3_1%_04 A7
USB_HSIC_RCOMP
6-13-45R31-28B BG24
SIO_I2C1_DATA BH24
SIO_I2C1_CLK
R111 49.9_1%_04 BF18
BH16 LPC_RCOMP
21,30 LPC_AD0 ILB_LPC_AD_00 BG25
21,30 LPC_AD1 BJ17 SIO_I2C2_DATA
ILB_LPC_AD_11 BJ25
21,30 LPC_AD2 BJ13 SIO_I2C2_CLK
BG14 ILB_LPC_AD_22
21,30 LPC_AD3 ILB_LPC_AD_33
21,30 LPC_FRAME# BG17
ILB_LPC_FRAME BG26
D02 add 21 PCLK_KBC R1200 10_1%_04 BG15 SIO_I2C3_DATA
ILB_LPC_CLK_00 BH26
R1200, R1201 30 PCLK_TPM R1201 10_1%_04 BH14 SIO_I2C3_CLK
BG16 ILB_LPC_CLK_11
30 PM_CLKRUN# SERIRQ_N ILB_LPC_CLKRUN
33 SERIRQ_N BG13
ILB_LPC_SERIRQ BF27
SIO_I2C4_DATA BG27
SIO_I2C4_CLK
1.8VS D02 del R966, R967
BH28
SMB_DATA_N BG12 SIO_I2C5_DATA BG28
SMB_ALERT# 16,19,33 SMB_DATA_N SMB_CLK_N PCU_SMB_DATA SIO_I2C5_CLK
R970 *2.2K_04 BH10
16,19,33 SMB_CLK_N SMB_ALERT# BG11 PCU_SMB_CLK
PCU_SMB_ALERT BJ29
SIO_I2C6_DATA BG29
SIO_I2C6_CLK

BH30
GPIO_S0_SC_092 BG30
GPIO_S0_SC_093
A A
6 OF 13 1.8VS 3,4,5,8,14,20,21,23,33
VLV_M_D/BGA 1.8V 5,8,16,23,25,33,34
REV = 1.2 ?

!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
Title
[06] SOC 5/8 USB
Size Document Number Rev
A3 W 54XTU 6-71-W54T0-D01A 1.0A
Date: W ednesday, December 04, 2013 Sheet 6 of 35
5 4 3 2 1

Processor 5/8 B - 7
Schematic Diagrams

Processor 6/8

5 4 3 2 1

D02A del PJ76


VCORE R116 100_1%_04

D
VGFX_CORE
PJ75 1

R115
2 *OPEN-1mm

100_1%_04 SOC-7 SOC POWER1 D

?
R117 100_1%_04 U1G 1.35V
D02 del VLV_M_D

27 VCORE_VCC_SENSE P28
CORE_VCC_SENSE_P28 DRAM_VDD_S4_BD49
BD49 5A
27 VR1_VCCGT_SENSEA BB8 BD52
N28 UNCORE_VNN_SENSE DRAM_VDD_S4_BD52 BD53 C31 C32 C52 C70 C34
27 VCORE_VSS_SENSE CORE_VSS_SENSE_N28 DRAM_VDD_S4_BD53 +
BF44
DRAM_VDD_S4_BF44 BG51 *0.1u_6.3V_X5R_04 *0.1u_6.3V_X5R_04 *0.1u_6.3V_X5R_04 *0.1u_6.3V_X5R_04
1.35V DRAM_VDD_S4_BG51 *220u_6.3V_6.3*6.3*4.2
B.Schematic Diagrams

BJ48
C39 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 DRAM_VDD_S4_BJ48 C51
AD38 DRAM_VDD_S4_C51
DRAM_VDD_S4_AD38 D44
AF38 DRAM_VDD_S4_D44
C38 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 DRAM_VDD_S4_AF38 F49
A48 DRAM_VDD_S4_F49
DRAM_VDD_S4 F52
AK38 DRAM_VDD_S4_F52
DRAM_VDD_S4_AK38 F53 C40 C37 C41 C33
AM38 DRAM_VDD_S4_F53
DRAM_VDD_S4_AM38 H46
AV41 DRAM_VDD_S4_H46
DRAM_VDD_S4_AV41 M41 2.2u_6.3V_X5R_04 2.2u_6.3V_X5R_04 2.2u_6.3V_X5R_04 2.2u_6.3V_X5R_04
AV42 DRAM_VDD_S4_M41
1.35V DRAM_VDD_S4_AV42 M42
BB46 DRAM_VDD_S4_M42
Sheet 7 of 34 AA27
DRAM_VDD_S4_BB46
DRAM_VDD_S4_V38
DRAM_VDD_S4_Y38
V38
Y38
D03 EMI add C1117, C1118
VCORE

Processor 6/8 AA29 CORE_VCC_S0IX_AA27


C91 AA30 CORE_VCC_S0IX_AA29 VGFX_CORE
AC27 CORE_VCC_S0IX_AA30
10u_6.3V_X5R_06 AC29 CORE_VCC_S0IX_AC27 AA24
AC30 CORE_VCC_S0IX_AC29 UNCORE_VNN_S3_AA24 AC22
C AD27 CORE_VCC_S0IX_AC30 UNCORE_VNN_S3_AC22 AC24 C54 C
AD29 CORE_VCC_S0IX_AD27 UNCORE_VNN_S3_AC24 AD22
+
AD30 CORE_VCC_S0IX_AD29 UNCORE_VNN_S3_AD22 AD24 330uF_2.5V_12m_6.6*6.6*4.2
AF27 CORE_VCC_S0IX_AD30 UNCORE_VNN_S3_AD24 AF22
C44 C45 C59 AF29 CORE_VCC_S0IX_AF27 UNCORE_VNN_S3_AF22 AF24
AG27 CORE_VCC_S0IX_AF29 UNCORE_VNN_S3_AF24 AG22
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 AG29 CORE_VCC_S0IX_AG27 UNCORE_VNN_S3_AG22 AG24
AG30 CORE_VCC_S0IX_AG29 UNCORE_VNN_S3_AG24 AJ22
P26 CORE_VCC_S0IX_AG30 UNCORE_VNN_S3_AJ22 AJ24 C46 C47 C57 C58
P27 CORE_VCC_S0IX_P26 UNCORE_VNN_S3_AJ24 AK22
U27 CORE_VCC_S0IX_P27 UNCORE_VNN_S3_AK22 AK24 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08
U29 CORE_VCC_S0IX_U27 UNCORE_VNN_S3_AK24 AK25
C61 C60 C62 V27 CORE_VCC_S0IX_U29 UNCORE_VNN_S3_AK25 AK27
V29 CORE_VCC_S0IX_V27 UNCORE_VNN_S3_AK27 AK29
22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 V30 CORE_VCC_S0IX_V29 UNCORE_VNN_S3_AK29 AK30
Y27 CORE_VCC_S0IX_V30 UNCORE_VNN_S3_AK30 AK32
Y29 CORE_VCC_S0IX_Y27 UNCORE_VNN_S3_AK32 AM22 C55 C65 C56
Y30 CORE_VCC_S0IX_Y29 UNCORE_VNN_S3_AM22
CORE_VCC_S0IX_Y30 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 *10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06

C66 C68 C67 AF30 AA22


TP_CORE_V1P05_S4 TP2_CORE_VCC_S0IX
22u_6.3V_X5R_08 4.7u_6.3V_X5R_04 4.7u_6.3V_X5R_04 7 OF 13
VLV_M_D/BGA
REV = 1.2 ? C63 C64 C95

1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04

C92 C93
B B
2.2u_6.3V_X5R_04 2.2u_6.3V_X5R_04

C1020 C1021 C1022 C1023

0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04

C1027 C1025 C1024 C1026

*0.1u_10V_X5R_04 *0.1u_10V_X5R_04 *0.1u_10V_X5R_04 *0.1u_10V_X5R_04

A VCORE 27 A
VGFX_CORE 27
1.35V 2,10,11,23,25

!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
Title
[07] SOC 6/8 POWER1
Size Document Number Rev
A3 W 54XTU 6-71-W54T0-D01A 1.0A
Date: W ednesday, December 04, 2013 Sheet 7 of 35
5 4 3 2 1

B - 8 Processor 6/8
Schematic Diagrams

Processor 7/8
5 4 3 2 1

1.0VS 1.35VSX V1P35Sx


1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C77 C1011 *1u_6.3V_X5R_04

1.0VS R1187 0_04 1.5VS


1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C76 C1030 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 R1188 *0_04 1.8VS

V1P0Sx 1.0VSX 1.8VS


1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C75 C1031 1u_6.3V_X5R_04

D 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C74 SOC-8 SOC POWER2 ?


C1032 *1u_6.3V_X5R_04 D

U1H C1033 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 R1079 *0_04


V1P0Sx 1.0VSX VLV_M_D 1.8VS
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C90 V32 AD36 R1078 0_04 3.3VS
BJ6 SVID_V1P0_S3_V32 DRAM_V1P35_S0IX_F1_AD36 AM32
AD35 VGA_V1P0_S3_BJ6 HDA_LPE_V1P5V1P8_S3_AM32 AM30 C97 1u_6.3V_X5R_04
V1P0Sx 1.0VSX
AF35 DRAM_V1P0_S0IX_AD35 UNCORE_V1P8_S3_AM30 AN32
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C94 AF36 DRAM_V1P0_S0IX_AF35 UNCORE_V1P8_S3_AN32 AM27
DRAM_V1P0_S0IX_AF36 LPC_V1P8V3P3_S3_AM27 3.3VA
AA36 U24
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C106 AJ36 DRAM_V1P0_S0IX_AA36 UNCORE_V1P8_G3_U24 N18 C1002 0.1u_10V_X5R_04
DRAM_V1P0_S0IX_AJ36 USB_V3P3_G3_N18 D02A modify
AK35 P18
AK36 DRAM_V1P0_S0IX_AK35 USB_V3P3_G3_P18 U38 C1003 1u_6.3V_X5R_04
V1P0Sx 1.0VSX
Y35 DRAM_V1P0_S0IX_AK36 UNCORE_V1P8_S3_U38 AN24 D01A modify
*1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C81
V1P0Sx Y36 DRAM_V1P0_S0IX_Y35 VGA_V3P3_S3_AN24 V25
3.3VS
C1034 1u_6.3V_X5R_04
AK19 DRAM_V1P0_S0IX_Y36 PCU_V1P8_G3_V25 N22
1.0VSX DDI_V1P0_S0IX_AK19 PCU_V3P3_G3_N22
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C82 AK21 AN27 R1081 *0_04 1.8VS
D02 del R953, R952 short
AJ18 DDI_V1P0_S0IX_AK21 SD3_V1P8V3P3_S3_AN27 AD16 R952 *10mil_short
DDI_V1P0_S0IX_AJ18 VSS_AD16 1.0V

B.Schematic Diagrams
AM16 AD18 R1080 0_04
V1P0Sx 1.0VSX
U22 DDI_V1P0_S0IX_AM16 VSS_AD18 V18
3.3VS
C107 1u_6.3V_X5R_04
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C83 V22 UNCORE_V1P0_G3_U22 USB_HSIC_V1P24_G3_V18 AA18
UNCORE_V1P0_G3_V22 UNCORE_V1P8_G3_AA18 1.8V
AN29 P22
AN30 UNCORE_V1P0_S0IX_AN29 RTC_VCC_P22 N20 C1035 1u_6.3V_X5R_04
1.0V UNCORE_V1P0_S0IX_AN30 USB_V1P8_G3_N20
AF16 U25 RTCVCC
*1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C86 AF18 UNCORE_V1P0_S3_AF16 PMU_V1P8_G3_U25 AF33
Y18 UNCORE_V1P0_S3_AF18 CORE_V1P05_S3_AF33 AG33 C1101 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 D02A add C1101
UNCORE_V1P0_S3_Y18 CORE_V1P05_S3_AG33

Sheet 8 of 34
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C87 G1 AG35 1.8V
AM21 UNCORE_V1P0_S3_G1 CORE_V1P05_S3_AG35 U33
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C88 AN21 PCIE_V1P0_S3_AM21 CORE_V1P05_S3_U33 U35 C1004 1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C PCIE_V1P0_S3_AN21 CORE_V1P05_S3_U35 V33 3.3VS C
CORE_V1P05_S3_V33 1.05VS
1u_6.3V_X5R_04

1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C89

C98
1.0VS
1.05VS
AN18
AN19
AA33
AF21
PCIE_SATA_V1P0_S3_AN18
SATA_V1P0_S3_AN19
CORE_V1P05_S3_AA33
VSS_A3_A3
VSS_A49_A49
VSS_A5_A5
A3
A49
A5
A51
C35 0.47u_6.3V_X5R_04 C1112

C1113
22u_6.3V_X5R_06

22u_6.3V_X5R_06
Processor 7/8
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C99 AG21 UNCORE_V1P0_S0IX_AF21 VSS_A51_A51 A52
V24 UNCORE_V1P0_S0IX_AG21 VSS_A52_A52 A6
Y22 UNCORE_V1P0_S0IX_V24 VSS_A6_A6 B2 D02A modify(near to SOC AN24 pin)
V1P0Sx 1.0VSX
Y24 UNCORE_V1P0_S0IX_Y22 VSS_B2_B2 B52
22u_6.3V_X5R_08 C103 M14 UNCORE_V1P0_S0IX_Y24 VSS_B52_B52 B53
U18 USB_V1P0_S3_M14 VSS_B53_B53 BE1
22u_6.3V_X5R_08 C104 U19 USB_V1P0_S3_U18 VSS_BE1_BE1 BE53
AN25 USB_V1P0_S3_U19 VSS_BE53_BE53 BG1
22u_6.3V_X5R_08 C105 Y19 GPIO_V1P0_S3_AN25 VSS_BG1_BG1 BG53
C3 USB3_V1P0_G3_Y19 VSS_BG53_BG53 BH1
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C84 C5 USB3_V1P0_G3_C3 VSS_BH1_BH1 BH2
B6 UNCORE_V1P0_G3_C5 VSS_BH2_BH2 BH52
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C85 AC32 UNCORE_V1P0_G3_B6 VSS_BH52_BH52 BH53
Y32 CORE_V1P05_S3_AC32 VSS_BH53_BH53 BJ2
1.0VS CORE_V1P05_S3_Y32 VSS_BJ2_BJ2
U36 BJ3
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C102 AA25 UNCORE_V1P35_S0IX_F4_U36 VSS_BJ3_BJ3 BJ5
AG32 UNCORE_V1P35_S0IX_F5_AA25 VSS_BJ5_BJ5 BJ49
V36 UNCORE_V1P35_S0IX_F2_AG32 VSS_BJ49_BJ49 BJ51
1.0VS UNCORE_V1P35_S0IX_F3_V36 VSS_BJ51_BJ51
BD1 BJ52
0.01u_16V_X7R_04 C36 AF19 VGA_V1P35_S3_F1_BD1 VSS_BJ52_BJ52 C1
AG19 UNCORE_V1P35_S0IX_F6 VSS_C1_C1 C53
AJ19 UNCORE_V1P35_S0IX_F1_AG19 VSS_C53_C53 E1
1.0VS ICLK_V1P35_S3_F1_AJ19 VSS_E1_E1 E53
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C79 VSS_E53_E53 F1
B AG18 RESERVED_F1 AK18 B
AN16 ICLK_V1P35_S3_F2 PCIE_V1P0_S3_AK18 AM18 L1 . HCB1005KF-121T20
1.0VS VSSA_AN16 PCIE_V1P0_S3_AM18 1.0VS
U16
*1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C53 USB_VSSA_U16 C78 1u_6.3V_X5R_04
8 OF 13
VLV_M_D/BGA
1.0VS REV = 1.2 ?
1.35VS
0.1u_10V_X5R_04 C50

1.0VS
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C51 C1012 C1013 C1014
1u_6.3V_X5R_04

1u_6.3V_X5R_04

*1u_6.3V_X5R_04

1.05VS

V1P35Sx 1.35VSX
22u_6.3V_X5R_08 C72
3.3VA 23,34
RTCVCC 5
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C1005
3.3VS 10,11,12,13,15,16,17,19,20,21,23,24,27,30,33,34
3.3V 2,3,13,15,16,19,21,23,24,25,26,27,30,33,34
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C1006
1.8VS 3,4,5,6,14,20,21,23,33
D02A Del PJ63, PJ65 1.8V 5,6,16,23,25,33,34
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C1007
1.5VS 20,25
1.35VSX 23
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C1008
1.35VS 23
1.05VS 26
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C1015
1.0VSX 23
A 1.0VS 4,5,23,27 A
1.35VS 1.0V 23,26
22u_6.3V_X5R_08 C1028

10u_6.3V_X5R_06 C1029
!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
V1P35Sx 1.35VSX
Title
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C1009 [08] SOC 7/8 POWER2
*1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C1010 Size Document Number Rev
A3 W 54XTU 6-71-W54T0-D01A 1.0A
Date: W ednesday, December 04, 2013 Sheet 8 of 35
5 4 3 2 1

Processor 7/8 B - 9
Schematic Diagrams

Processor 8/8

5 4 3 2 1

SOC-9 SOC VSS


D D
? ? ?
U1I U1J U1K
VLV_M_D VLV_M_D VLV_M_D
A11 AC36 AG38 AH47 AT24 AY36
A15 VSS1 VSS36 AC38 AH4 VSS71 VSS106 AH48 AT27 VSS141 VSS176 AY4
A19 VSS2 VSS37 AD19 AH41 VSS72 VSS107 AH50 AT30 VSS142 VSS177 AY50
A23 VSS3 VSS38 AD21 AH45 VSS73 VSS108 AH51 AT35 VSS143 VSS178 AY9
A27 VSS4 VSS39 AD25 AH7 VSS74 VSS109 AH6 AT38 VSS144 VSS179 BA14
A31 VSS5 VSS40 AD32 AH9 VSS75 VSS110 AM44 AT4 VSS145 VSS180 BA19
A35 VSS6 VSS41 AD33 AJ1 VSS76 VSS111 AM51 AT47 VSS146 VSS181 BA22
A39 VSS7 VSS42 AD47 AJ16 VSS77 VSS112 AM7 AT52 VSS147 VSS182 BA27
B.Schematic Diagrams

A43 VSS8 VSS43 AD7 AJ21 VSS78 VSS113 AN1 AU1 VSS148 VSS183 BA32
A47 VSS9 VSS44 AE1 AJ25 VSS79 VSS114 AN11 AU24 VSS149 VSS184 BA35
AA1 VSS10 VSS45 AE11 AJ27 VSS80 VSS115 AN12 AU3 VSS150 VSS185 BA40
AA16 VSS11 VSS46 AE12 AJ29 VSS81 VSS116 AN14 AU30 VSS151 VSS186 BA53
AA19 VSS12 VSS47 AE14 AJ3 VSS82 VSS117 AN22 AU38 VSS152 VSS187 BB19
AA21 VSS13 VSS48 AE3 AJ30 VSS83 VSS118 AN3 AU51 VSS153 VSS188 BB27
AA3 VSS14 VSS49 AE4 AJ32 VSS84 VSS119 AN33 AV12 VSS154 VSS189 BB35
AA32 VSS15 VSS50 AE40 AJ33 VSS85 VSS120 AN35 AV13 VSS155 VSS190 BC20
AA35 VSS16 VSS51 AE42 AJ35 VSS86 VSS121 AN36 AV14 VSS156 VSS191 BC22

Sheet 9 of 34 AA38
AA53
AB10
VSS17
VSS18
VSS19
VSS52
VSS53
VSS54
AE43
AE45
AE46
AJ38
AJ53
AK10
VSS87
VSS88
VSS89
VSS122
VSS123
VSS124
AN38
AN40
AN42
AV18
AV19
AV24
VSS157
VSS158
VSS159
VSS192
VSS193
VSS194
BC26
BC28
BC32
AB4 VSS20 VSS55 AE48 AK14 VSS90 VSS125 AN43 AV27 VSS160 VSS195 BC34

Processor 8/8 AB41


AB45
AB47
VSS21
VSS22
VSS23
VSS56
VSS57
VSS58
AE50
AE51
AE53
AK16
AK33
AK41
VSS91
VSS92
VSS93
VSS126
VSS127
VSS128
AN45
AN46
AN48
AV30
AV35
AV38
VSS161
VSS162
VSS163
VSS196
VSS197
VSS198
BC42
BD19
BD24
AB48 VSS24 VSS59 AE6 AK44 VSS94 VSS129 AN49 AV47 VSS164 VSS199 BD27
C AB50 VSS25 VSS60 AE8 AM12 VSS95 VSS130 AN5 AV51 VSS165 VSS200 BD30 C
AB51 VSS26 VSS61 AE9 AM19 VSS96 VSS131 AN51 AV7 VSS166 VSS201 BD35
AB6 VSS27 VSS62 AF10 AM24 VSS97 VSS132 AN53 AW13 VSS167 VSS202 BE19
AC16 VSS28 VSS63 AF12 AM25 VSS98 VSS133 AN6 AW19 VSS168 VSS203 BE2
AC18 VSS29 VSS64 AF25 AM29 VSS99 VSS134 AN8 AW27 VSS169 VSS204 BE35
AC19 VSS30 VSS65 AF32 AM33 VSS100 VSS135 AN9 AW3 VSS170 VSS205 BE8
AC21 VSS31 VSS66 AF47 AM35 VSS101 VSS136 AP40 AW35 VSS171 VSS206 BF12
AC25 VSS32 VSS67 AG16 AM36 VSS102 VSS137 AT12 AY10 VSS172 VSS207 BF16
AC33 VSS33 VSS68 AG25 AM40 VSS103 VSS138 AT16 AY22 VSS173 VSS208 BF24
AC35 VSS34 VSS69 AG36 M28 VSS104 VSS139 AT19 AY32 VSS174 VSS209 BF38
VSS35 VSS70 VSS105 VSS140 VSS175 VSS210

9 OF 13 10 OF 13 11 OF 13
VLV_M_D/BGA VLV_M_D/BGA VLV_M_D/BGA
REV = 1.2 ? REV = 1.2 ? REV = 1.2 ?

?
U1L
VLV_M_D ?
U1M
VLV_M_D
BF30 E8
BF36 VSS211 VSS246 F19 K9 U3
BF4 VSS212 VSS247 F2 L13 VSS281 VSS316 U30
BG31 VSS213 VSS248 F24 L19 VSS282 VSS317 U32
BG34 VSS214 VSS249 F27 L27 VSS283 VSS318 U40
BG39 VSS215 VSS250 F30 L35 VSS284 VSS319 U42
BG42 VSS216 VSS251 F35 M19 VSS285 VSS320 U43
BG45 VSS217 VSS252 F5 M26 VSS286 VSS321 U45
B BG49 VSS218 VSS253 F7 M27 VSS287 VSS322 U46 B
BJ11 VSS219 VSS254 G10 M34 VSS288 VSS323 U48
BJ15 VSS220 VSS255 G20 M35 VSS289 VSS324 U49
BJ19 VSS221 VSS256 G22 M38 VSS290 VSS325 U5
BJ23 VSS222 VSS257 G26 M47 VSS291 VSS326 U51
BJ27 VSS223 VSS258 G28 M51 VSS292 VSS327 U53
BJ31 VSS224 VSS259 G32 N1 VSS293 VSS328 U6
BJ35 VSS225 VSS260 G34 N16 VSS294 VSS329 U8
BJ39 VSS226 VSS261 G42 N38 VSS295 VSS330 U9
BJ43 VSS227 VSS262 H19 N51 VSS296 VSS331 V12
BJ47 VSS228 VSS263 H27 P13 VSS297 VSS332 V16
BJ7 VSS229 VSS264 H35 P16 VSS298 VSS333 V19
C14 VSS230 VSS265 J1 P19 VSS299 VSS334 V21
C31 VSS231 VSS266 J16 P20 VSS300 VSS335 V35
C34 VSS232 VSS267 J19 P24 VSS301 VSS336 V40
C39 VSS233 VSS268 J22 P32 VSS302 VSS337 V44
C42 VSS234 VSS269 J27 P35 VSS303 VSS338 V51
C45 VSS235 VSS270 J32 P38 VSS304 VSS339 V7
C49 VSS236 VSS271 J35 P4 VSS305 VSS340 Y10
D12 VSS237 VSS272 J40 P47 VSS306 VSS341 Y14
D16 VSS238 VSS273 J53 P52 VSS307 VSS342 Y16
D24 VSS239 VSS274 K14 P9 VSS308 VSS343 Y21
D30 VSS240 VSS275 K22 T40 VSS309 VSS344 Y25
D36 VSS241 VSS276 K32 U1 VSS310 VSS345 Y33
D38 VSS242 VSS277 K36 U11 VSS311 VSS346 Y41
E19 VSS243 VSS278 K4 U12 VSS312 VSS347 Y44
E35 VSS244 VSS279 K50 U14 VSS313 VSS348 Y7
VSS245 VSS280 U21 VSS314 VSS349 Y9
VSS315 VSS350
A 12 OF 13 A
VLV_M_D/BGA 13 OF 13
REV = 1.2 ?
VLV_M_D/BGA
REV = 1.2 ?

!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
Title
[09] SOC 8/8 VSS
Size Document Number Rev
A3 W 54XTU 6-71-W54T0-D01A 1.0A
Date: W ednesday, December 04, 2013 Sheet 9 of 35
5 4 3 2 1

B - 10 Processor 8/8
Schematic Diagrams

DDR3 SO-DIMM_0
5 4 3 2 1

SO-DIMM A
JDIMM1A JDIMM1B
2 M_A_A[15:0] M_A_A0 M_A_DQ0 M_A_DQ[63:0] 2
98 5
M_A_A1 97 A0 DQ0 7 M_A_DQ1
D D
M_A_A2 96 A1 DQ1 15 M_A_DQ2 1.35V
M_A_A3 95 A2 DQ2 17 M_A_DQ3
M_A_A4 92 A3 DQ3 4 M_A_DQ4 75 44
M_A_A5 91 A4 DQ4 6 M_A_DQ5 76 VDD1 VSS16 48
M_A_A6 90 A5 DQ5 16 M_A_DQ6 81 VDD2 VSS17 49
M_A_A7 86 A6 DQ6 18 M_A_DQ7 82 VDD3 VSS18 54
M_A_A8 89 A7 DQ7 21 M_A_DQ8 87 VDD4 VSS19 55
Layout Note: M_A_A9 85 A8 DQ8 23 M_A_DQ9 88 VDD5 VSS20 60
M_A_A10 107 A9 DQ9 33 M_A_DQ10 93 VDD6 VSS21 61
signal/space/signal: M_A_A11 84 A10/AP DQ10 35 M_A_DQ11 94 VDD7 VSS22 65
M_A_A12 83 A11 DQ11 22 M_A_DQ12 3.3VS 99 VDD8 VSS23 66
8/4/ 8 M_A_A13 119 A12/BC# DQ12 24 M_A_DQ13 100 VDD9 VSS24 71
M_A_A14 80 A13 DQ13 34 M_A_DQ14 20mils 105 VDD10 VSS25 72
M_A_A15 78 A14 DQ14 36 M_A_DQ15 106 VDD11 VSS26 127
A15 DQ15 39 M_A_DQ16 C112 C113 111 VDD12 VSS27 128
DQ16 M_A_DQ17 VDD13 VSS28

B.Schematic Diagrams
109 41 112 133
2 M_A_BS0 BA0 DQ17 M_A_DQ18 VDD14 VSS29
108 51 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 *0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 117 134
2 M_A_BS1 BA1 DQ18 M_A_DQ19 VDD15 VSS30
79 53 118 138
2 M_A_BS2 BA2 DQ19 M_A_DQ20 VDD16 VSS31
114 40 123 139
2 M_A_CS#0 S0# DQ20 M_A_DQ21 VDD17 VSS32

2
2
2 M_A_CS#1
M_A_CLK_DDR0
M_A_CLK_DDR#0
121
101
103
102
S1#
CK0
CK0#
DQ21
DQ22
DQ23
42
50
52
57
M_A_DQ22
M_A_DQ23
M_A_DQ24
124

199
VDD18

VDDSPD
VSS33
VSS34
VSS35
144
145
150
151
Sheet 10 of 34
2 M_A_CLK_DDR1 CK1 DQ24 VSS36

DDR3 SO-DIMM_0
104 59 M_A_DQ25 3.3VS 77 155
2 M_A_CLK_DDR#1 CK1# DQ25 M_A_DQ26 NC1 VSS37
73 67 122 156
2 M_A_CKE0 CKE0 DQ26 M_A_DQ27 NC2 VSS38
74 69 R118 10K_04 125 161
2 M_A_CKE1 CKE1 DQ27 M_A_DQ28 NCTEST VSS39
115 56 162
2 M_A_CAS# CAS# DQ28 M_A_DQ29 VSS40
110 58 198 167
2 M_A_RAS# RAS# DQ29 M_A_DQ30 11 TS#_DIMM0_1 EVENT# VSS41
C 113 68 30 168 C
2 M_A_W E# SA0_DIM0 WE# DQ30 M_A_DQ31 2 DRAM_A_RST# RESET# VSS42
197 70 172
SA1_DIM0 201 SA0 DQ31 129 M_A_DQ32 C114 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 VSS43 173
202 SA1 DQ32 131 M_A_DQ33 C115 *0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 MVREF_DQA 1 VSS44 178
11,33 SMB_CLK SCL DQ33 M_A_DQ34 VREF_DQ VSS45
200 141 126 179
11,33 SMB_DATA SDA DQ34 M_A_DQ35 VREF_CA VSS46
143 184
116 DQ35 130 M_A_DQ36 C116 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 MVREF_DIM0 VSS47 185
2 M_A_ODT0 ODT0 DQ36 M_A_DQ37 VSS48
120 132 C117 *0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 2 189
2 M_A_ODT1 ODT1 DQ37 M_A_DQ38 VSS1 VSS49
2 M0_DM[7:0] 140 3 190
M0_DM0 11 DQ38 142 M_A_DQ39 8 VSS2 VSS50 195
M0_DM1 28 DM0 DQ39 147 M_A_DQ40 9 VSS3 VSS51 196
M0_DM2 46 DM1 DQ40 149 M_A_DQ41 13 VSS4 VSS52
M0_DM3 63 DM2 DQ41 157 M_A_DQ42 14 VSS5
M0_DM4 136 DM3 DQ42 159 M_A_DQ43 19 VSS6
M0_DM5 153 DM4 DQ43 146 M_A_DQ44 CLOSE TO SO-DIMM_0 20 VSS7 VTT_MEM
M0_DM6 170 DM5 DQ44 148 M_A_DQ45 25 VSS8
M0_DM7 187 DM6 DQ45 158 M_A_DQ46 26 VSS9 203
DM7 DQ46 160 M_A_DQ47 31 VSS10 VTT1 204
2 M_A_DQS[7:0] M_A_DQS0 DQ47 M_A_DQ48 MVREF_DQA VSS11 VTT2
12 163 R121 4.7K_1%_04 32
M_A_DQS1 DQS0 DQ48 M_A_DQ49 1.35V VSS12
29 165 37 GND1
M_A_DQS2 47 DQS1 DQ49 175 M_A_DQ50 38 VSS13 G1 GND2
M_A_DQS3 64 DQS2 DQ50 177 M_A_DQ51 R122 C119 43 VSS14 G2
M_A_DQS4 137 DQS3 DQ51 164 M_A_DQ52 VSS15
M_A_DQS5 154 DQS4 DQ52 166 M_A_DQ53 4.7K_1%_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 91-93469-179
M_A_DQS6 171 DQS5 DQ53 174 M_A_DQ54
M_A_DQS7 188 DQS6 DQ54 176 M_A_DQ55
DQS7 DQ55 181 M_A_DQ56
2 M_A_DQS#[7:0] M_A_DQS#0 DQ56 M_A_DQ57
10 183
RN1 M_A_DQS#1 27 DQS0# DQ57 191 M_A_DQ58
B 10K_8P4R_04 M_A_DQS#2 45 DQS1# DQ58 193 M_A_DQ59 B
1 8 SA0_DIM0 M_A_DQS#3 62 DQS2# DQ59 180 M_A_DQ60
2 7 SA1_DIM0 M_A_DQS#4 135 DQS3# DQ60 182 M_A_DQ61 CLOSE TO SO-DIMM_0
3.3VS 3 6 M_A_DQS#5 152 DQS4# DQ61 192 M_A_DQ62
SA1_DIM1 11 M_A_DQS#6 DQS5# DQ62 M_A_DQ63
4 5 169 194
SA0_DIM1 11 M_A_DQS#7 DQS6# DQ63
186
D02 modify DQS7# R119 4.7K_1%_04 MVREF_DIM0
1.35V
91-93469-179

R120 C118

4.7K_1%_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04
VTT_MEM

C120 C139 C123 C971 C973 C126


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10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04

1.35V

C121 C138 C137 C140 C141 C142 C143 C144 C145


+

A 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 A


3.3VS 8,11,12,13,15,16,17,19,20,21,23,24,27,30,33,34
*330uF_2.5V_12m_6.6*6.6*4.2
1.35V 2,7,11,23,25
VTT_MEM 11,25
1.35V

!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
C129 C130 C131 C132 C133 C134 C135 C136 Title
[10] DDR3 SO-DIMM_0
0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
Size Document Number Rev
A3 W 54XTU 6-71-W54T0-D01A 1.0A
Date: W ednesday, December 04, 2013 Sheet 10 of 35
5 4 3 2 1

DDR3 SO-DIMM_0 B - 11
Schematic Diagrams

DDR3 SO-DIMM_1
5 4 3 2 1

SO-DIMM B
JDIMM2A JDIMM2B
2 M_B_A[15:0] M_B_A0 M_B_DQ8 M_B_DQ[63:0] 2
98 5
M_B_A1 97 A0 DQ0 7 M_B_DQ9
D D
M_B_A2 96 A1 DQ1 15 M_B_DQ10 1.35V
M_B_A3 95 A2 DQ2 17 M_B_DQ11
M_B_A4 92 A3 DQ3 4 M_B_DQ12 75 44
M_B_A5 91 A4 DQ4 6 M_B_DQ13 76 VDD1 VSS16 48
M_B_A6 90 A5 DQ5 16 M_B_DQ14 81 VDD2 VSS17 49
M_B_A7 86 A6 DQ6 18 M_B_DQ15 82 VDD3 VSS18 54
M_B_A8 89 A7 DQ7 21 M_B_DQ0 87 VDD4 VSS19 55
Layout Note: M_B_A9 85 A8 DQ8 23 M_B_DQ1 88 VDD5 VSS20 60
M_B_A10 107 A9 DQ9 33 M_B_DQ2 93 VDD6 VSS21 61
signal/space/signal: M_B_A11 84 A10/AP DQ10 35 M_B_DQ3 94 VDD7 VSS22 65
M_B_A12 83 A11 DQ11 22 M_B_DQ4 99 VDD8 VSS23 66
8/4/ 8 M_B_A13 119 A12/BC# DQ12 24 M_B_DQ5 100 VDD9 VSS24 71
M_B_A14 80 A13 DQ13 34 M_B_DQ6 105 VDD10 VSS25 72
M_B_A15 78 A14 DQ14 36 M_B_DQ7 106 VDD11 VSS26 127
A15 DQ15 39 M_B_DQ16 111 VDD12 VSS27 128
109 DQ16 41 M_B_DQ17 112 VDD13 VSS28 133
2 M_B_BS0 BA0 DQ17 M_B_DQ18 VDD14 VSS29
108 51 117 134
2 M_B_BS1 BA1 DQ18 VDD15 VSS30
B.Schematic Diagrams

79 53 M_B_DQ19 118 138


2 M_B_BS2 BA2 DQ19 M_B_DQ20 VDD16 VSS31
114 40 123 139
2 M_B_CS#2 S0# DQ20 M_B_DQ21 VDD17 VSS32
121 42 3.3VS 124 144
2 M_B_CS#3 S1# DQ21 M_B_DQ22 VDD18 VSS33
101 50 145
2 M_B_CLK_DDR2
103 CK0 DQ22 52 M_B_DQ23 20mils 199 VSS34 150

Sheet 11 of 34 2
2
2
2
M_B_CLK_DDR#2
M_B_CLK_DDR3
M_B_CLK_DDR#3
M_B_CKE2
102
104
73
CK0#
CK1
CK1#
CKE0
DQ23
DQ24
DQ25
DQ26
57
59
67
M_B_DQ24
M_B_DQ25
M_B_DQ26
C148 C149 77
122
VDDSPD

NC1
NC2
VSS35
VSS36
VSS37
VSS38
151
155
156
74 69 M_B_DQ27 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 *0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 125 161

DDR3 SO-DIMM_1 C
2
2
2
2
M_B_CKE3
M_B_CAS#
M_B_RAS#
M_B_W E#
115
110
113
CKE1
CAS#
RAS#
WE#
DQ27
DQ28
DQ29
DQ30
56
58
68
M_B_DQ28
M_B_DQ29
M_B_DQ30 10
2
TS#_DIMM0_1
DRAM_B_RST#
198
30
NCTEST

EVENT#
RESET#
VSS39
VSS40
VSS41
VSS42
162
167
168 C
SA0_DIM1 197 70 M_B_DQ31 172
10 SA0_DIM1 SA1_DIM1 SA0 DQ31 M_B_DQ32 VSS43
201 129 C150 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 173
10 SA1_DIM1 SA1 DQ32 M_B_DQ33 MVREF_DQB VSS44
202 131 C151 *0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 1 178
10,33 SMB_CLK SCL DQ33 M_B_DQ34 VREF_DQ VSS45
200 141 126 179
10,33 SMB_DATA SDA DQ34 M_B_DQ35 VREF_CA VSS46
143 184
116 DQ35 130 M_B_DQ36 C152 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 MVREF_DIM1 VSS47 185
2 M_B_ODT2 ODT0 DQ36 M_B_DQ37 VSS48
120 132 C153 *0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 2 189
2 M_B_ODT3 ODT1 DQ37 M_B_DQ38 VSS1 VSS49
2 M1_DM[7:0] 140 3 190
M1_DM1 11 DQ38 142 M_B_DQ39 8 VSS2 VSS50 195
M1_DM0 28 DM0 DQ39 147 M_B_DQ40 9 VSS3 VSS51 196
M1_DM2 46 DM1 DQ40 149 M_B_DQ41 13 VSS4 VSS52
M1_DM3 63 DM2 DQ41 157 M_B_DQ42 14 VSS5
M1_DM4 136 DM3 DQ42 159 M_B_DQ43 19 VSS6
M1_DM5 153 DM4 DQ43 146 M_B_DQ44 CLOSE TO SO-DIMM_1 20 VSS7 VTT_MEM
M1_DM6 170 DM5 DQ44 148 M_B_DQ45 25 VSS8
M1_DM7 187 DM6 DQ45 158 M_B_DQ46 26 VSS9 203
DM7 DQ46 160 M_B_DQ47 31 VSS10 VTT1 204
2 M_B_DQS[7:0] M_B_DQS1 DQ47 M_B_DQ48 MVREF_DQB VSS11 VTT2
12 163 R125 4.7K_1%_04 32
M_B_DQS0 DQS0 DQ48 M_B_DQ49 1.35V VSS12
29 165 37 GND1
M_B_DQS2 47 DQS1 DQ49 175 M_B_DQ50 38 VSS13 G1 GND2
M_B_DQS3 64 DQS2 DQ50 177 M_B_DQ51 R126 C155 43 VSS14 G2
M_B_DQS4 137 DQS3 DQ51 164 M_B_DQ52 VSS15
M_B_DQS5 154 DQS4 DQ52 166 M_B_DQ53 4.7K_1%_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 91-93469-178
M_B_DQS6 171 DQS5 DQ53 174 M_B_DQ54
M_B_DQS7 188 DQS6 DQ54 176 M_B_DQ55
DQS7 DQ55 181 M_B_DQ56
2 M_B_DQS#[7:0] M_B_DQS#1 DQ56 M_B_DQ57
10 183
M_B_DQS#0 27 DQS0# DQ57 191 M_B_DQ58
B M_B_DQS#2 45 DQS1# DQ58 193 M_B_DQ59 B
M_B_DQS#3 62 DQS2# DQ59 180 M_B_DQ60
M_B_DQS#4 135 DQS3# DQ60 182 M_B_DQ61 CLOSE TO SO-DIMM1
M_B_DQS#5 152 DQS4# DQ61 192 M_B_DQ62
M_B_DQS#6 169 DQS5# DQ62 194 M_B_DQ63
M_B_DQS#7 186 DQS6# DQ63
DQS7# R123 4.7K_1%_04 MVREF_DIM1
1.35V
91-93469-178

R124 C154

VTT_MEM 4.7K_1%_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04

C156 C178 C157 C158 C159 C160

10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04


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1.35V

C169 C161 C162 C163 C164 C165 C166 C167 C168


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10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06
A 330uF_2.5V_12m_6.6*6.6*4.2 A
3.3VS 8,10,12,13,15,16,17,19,20,21,23,24,27,30,33,34
1.35V 2,7,10,23,25
VTT_MEM 10,25
1.35V

!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
C170 C171 C172 C173 C174 C175 C176 C177 Title
[11] DDR3 SO-DIMM_1
0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
Size Document Number Rev
A3 W 54XTU 6-71-W54T0-D01A 1.0A
Date: W ednesday, December 04, 2013 Sheet 11 of 35
5 4 3 2 1

B - 12 DDR3 SO-DIMM_1
Schematic Diagrams

RTD2136
5 4 3 2 1

Single link
(Odd) LVDS
VDDIO VDDIO VDDRX VDDIO VDDIO
LVDS-L0N 13
LVDS-L0P 13
D D
LVDS-L1N 13
R1208 R1225 C1097 C1098 C1096 C1094
LVDS-L1P 13
10K_04 10K_04 0.01u_16V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 VDDIO
3.3VS L34 VDDIO
LVDS-L2N 13
HCB1005KF-121T20 PIN6 PIN6 LVDS-L2P 13
1 2 PD# RST# PIN50 PIN38
LVDS-LCLKN 13
C978 C979 C1090 C1091 GND_PS8625 GND_PS8625 GND_PS8625
LVDS-LCLKP 13
0.47u_10V_Y5V_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 2.2u_6.3V_X5R_06 D32 RB751S-40C2
PWM_IN C A

LVDS-LCLKN
LVDS-LCLKP
L_BRIGHTNESS_R 33

LVDS-L0N

LVDS-L1N

LVDS-L2N
LVDS-L0P

LVDS-L1P

LVDS-L2P
GND_PS8625 D31 *RB751S-40C2 From PCH
*10mil_short C A
GND_PS8625 BRIGHTNESS 21
GND R1217

B.Schematic Diagrams
3.3VS L35 VDDIOX From EC
HCB1005KF-121T20 PWMI: 0~100KHz, 0~100% duty cycle W R917
1 2 U34

56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
GND_PS8625 *100K_04
C981 C980 GPU
Sheet 12 of 34

NC
NC

PWMI
TA0n
TA0p
TB0n
TB0p
VDDIO
TC0n
TC0p
TCK0n
TCK0p

TD0n
TD0p
0.47u_10V_Y5V_04 4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06
PWM /9'6


L42
PIN13/14
L43
AUXn
AUXp
3
3
DP_AUXN
DP_AUXP
C982
C983
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
DAUXn
DAUXp
GND_PS8625
1
2
3
DAUXn
DAUXp
TA1n
TA1p
42
41
40
LVDS-U0N
LVDS-U0P
13
13
Dual link LVDS
RTD2136
C GND_PS8625 GND TB1n LVDS-U1N (Even)
13 C
BCNR3010C-2R2M HCB1005KF-121T20 TX_LANE0p C984 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 DRX0p 4 39
SW_OUT 3 EDP_TXP_0 DRX0p TB1p LVDS-U1P 13
1 2 VDD12 1 2 VDDRX TX_LANE0n C985 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 DRX0n 5 38 VDDIO
3 EDP_TXN_0 DRX0n VDDIO
VDDRX 6 37
VDDRX TC1n LVDS-U2N 13
C1088 C987 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 DRX1p 7 36
C1089
TX_LANE1p
TX_LANE1n
3
3
EDP_TXP_1
EDP_TXN_1
C988 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 DRX1n 8 DRX1p
DRX1n
PS8625 TC1p
TCK1n
35
LVDS-U2P
LVDS-UCLKN
13
13
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 RST# 9 34
RST# TCK1p LVDS-UCLKP 13
4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06 PD# 10 33
PD# ENPVCC/I2C_ADDR RTD_PLVDD_EN 13
HPD R912 1K_04 HPD 11 32
3,13 EDP_HPD PANEL_PWM 12 HPD TD1n
GND_PS8625 31

RLV_LNK/GPIO0
13 PANEL_PWM PWMO TD1p
VDDIOX VDDIOX 13 30
VDDIOX DDC_SDA P_DDC_DATA 13

CSDA/MSDA
VDDIOX 14 29

CSCL/MSCL
TESTMODE
PWM_IN VDDIOX VDDIOX DDC_SCL P_DDC_CLK 13
R1213 *0_04

BLV_AMP
RLV_CFG
SW_OUT
SW_OUT
GND_PS8625 57
Power On Configuration GND_PS8625

ENBLT
VDD12
Epad

GNDX
GNDX

REXT

GND
D02 R1213 connect PWM_IN 3.3VS
D02A stuff
*4.7K_04 RLV_CFG R1216
GND R1224 4.7K_04 VDDIO
H'3

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
CSDA/MSDA 24
CSCL/MSCL 25
26
4.99K_1%_04 RLV_AMP 27
GND_PS8625 28
RLV_CFG: LVDS color depth and data mapping selection, internal pull-down ~80K 

4.7K_04

4.7K_04
L: 8-bit LVDS, VESA mapping

REXT
RLV_CFG
DP_AUXN

RLV_LNK
M: 8-bit LVDS, JEIDA mapping
/  

SW_OUT
SW_OUT
13 DP_AUX# R1004 *0_04
H: 6-bit LVDS, both VESA and JEIDA mapping DP_AUXP

ENBLT
VDD12
13 DP_AUX R1005 *0_04
WZKD

GND
GND
R1007 *0_04 EDP_TXP_0

4.99K_1%_04
13 DP_TXP0 EDP_TXN_0 U35
R1006 *0_04
RLV_LNK 13 DP_TXN0
8 1

R921

R922
R1212 *4.7K_04 VDDIO VDD12 GND_PS8625
R1009 *0_04 EDP_TXP_1 RLV_LNK 7 VCC E0 2

0.01u_16V_X7R_04
B 13 DP_TXP1 EDP_TXN_1 WC# E1 B
RLV_LNK: LVDS single link or dual link selection, internal pull-down ~80K R1008 *0_04 CSCL/MSCL 6 3

0.1u_10V_X7R_04
L: Single link LVDS 13 DP_TXN1 SCL E2
CSDA/MSDA 5 4
H: Dual link LVDS SDA VSS
*M24C02~M24C16
I2C_CFG = "H"
RTD_PLVDD_EN R1210 *4.7K_04 VDDIO EEPROM for Initial Code
I2C Address: 0xA0

R1221
R1209
I2C_ADDR: I2C Slave address selection, internal pull-down ~80K Suggest minimum 2Kbit
L: 0x10h~0x1Fh 3.3VS
H: 0x90h~0x9Fh

C27

C28
GND_PS8625

GND_PS8625 R1219 *10mil_short


SB_BLON 13
G

Q78 MTN7002ZHS3

D S CSCL/MSCL
21,27 SMB_CLK_MULT
G

Q79 MTN7002ZHS3

D S CSDA/MSDA
21,27 SMB_DATA_MULT

D02 add Q78, Q79, del R924, R925


A 3.3VS 8,10,11,13,15,16,17,19,20,21,23,24,27,30,33,34 A

!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
Title
[12] RTD2136 (EDP to LVDS)
Size Document Number Rev
Custom W54XTU 6-71-W54T0-D01A 1.0A
Date: Wednesday, December 04, 2013 Sheet 12 of 35
5 4 3 2 1

RTD2136 B - 13
Schematic Diagrams

Panel, CRT
5 4 3 2 1

PANEL CONN [PIN D E F I N E F O L L O W


]
PANEL POWER
PLVDD
J_LCD1 5VS
1 2 3.3VS
12 LVDS-UCLKN 1 2 LVDS-UCLKP 12
3 4 1 2
12 LVDS-U1N 5 3 4 6 LVDS-U2N 12
12 LVDS-U1P 5 6 LVDS-U2P 12 3.3VS PLVDD
C182 7 8 PJ1 3mm
7 8 LVDS-U0N 12 U7
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 9 10 2A 2A
9 10 LVDS-U0P 12
R148 R149 1 2 5 1
3.3VS VIN VOUT
2A 11 12
1A 2.2K_04 2.2K_04 4
PJ2 3mm C220 R157
13 11 12 14 PANEL_VCC_EN C221 VIN/SS
CLOSE TO CONN. HPD_L 15 13 14 16 PANEL_VCC_EN 3 2 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 *100K_04
R1016 0_04 DAUX# 17 15 16 18 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 EN GND
D 17 18 P_DDC_CLK 12 D
12 LVDS-LCLKN R1010 0_04 DAUX 19 20 R158 *0_04 G5243A
12 LVDS-LCLKP 21 19 20 22 P_DDC_DATA 12 34 NB_ENAVDD
23 21 22 24 DRX0# R384 0_04 R159 0_04
12 LVDS-L1N 23 24 LVDS-L0N 12 12 RTD_PLVDD_EN
25 26 DRX0 R1014 0_04
12 LVDS-L1P 25 26 LVDS-L0P 12
27 28 eDP => R158 stuff
BRIGHTNESS_R 29 27 28 30 DRX2# R1012 0_04 CHECK R160
31 29 30 32 DRX2 R1011 0_04 LVDS-L2N 12 LVDS=> R159 stuff 100K_04
INV_BLON 33 31 32 34 LVDS-L2P 12
5VS 35 33 34 36 VLED
37 35 36 38
CLOSE TO CONN.
1A 39 37 38 40
2A
39 40 PJ3 OPEN_2A
C397 *87216-4006

C396
0.01u_50V_X7R_04

C185
0.1u_50V_Y5V_06
R1015 1 2 VLED
0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 VIN
B.Schematic Diagrams

*4.7K_06 Q4A
*MTS3572G6
C222 C223
4 3
S2 D2

*0.1u_50V_Y5V_06

*0.1u_50V_Y5V_06
3.3V

G2
Sheet 13 of 34 C224
R161

5
R164 *4.7K_06
3.3V Brightness

*0.22u_50V_Y5V_06

Panel, CRT C216
C

A
AC

C215
BRIGHTNESS_R

R165 *100K_04
R162

*1M_04
*10K_04

LVDD_EN# 2 G
6
D
Q5A
*MTDN7002ZHS6R
S
*0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 D6 3.3VS 3 1
*BAV99 *0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 D
Q5B

6
5 G *MTDN7002ZHS6R
Q4B S

D1
C
A
*MTS3572G6 4
*BAV99 D29 PANEL_VCC_EN 1
G1
C C

S1
HPD_L
EDP_HPD 3,12 D02 PJ3 short, other no stuff

AC

2
C593 R603 1K_04
3.3VS
*0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
PLVDD 3.3VS

R604 J_LCD2 3.3V


1 2 R166 D02A no stuff
CLOSE TO CONN.*100K_04 3 1 2 4 PANEL_VCC_EN
5 3 4 6
LVDS no stuff R166 *100K_04
C1050 *0.1u_10V_X5R_04 DAUX# 7 5 6 8 P_DDC_CLK EDP stuff 3.3V
12 DP_AUX# 9 7 8 10 P_DDC_DATA
C401 *0.1u_10V_X5R_04 DAUX
12 DP_AUX 9 10
11 12 U8A

14
LVDS-L1N 13 11 12 14 DRX0# C184 *0.1u_10V_X5R_04 74LVC08PW U8B

14
13 14 DP_TXN1 12
LVDS-L1P 15 16 DRX0 C398 *0.1u_10V_X5R_04 1 74LVC08PW
15 16 DP_TXP1 12 12 SB_BLON 3.3V
R605 17 18 3 BLON1 4
*100K_04 BRIGHTNESS_R 19 17 18 20 DRX2# C183 *0.1u_10V_X5R_04 2 6 BLON2
19 20 DP_TXN0 12 21 BKL_EN
21 22 DRX2 C399 *0.1u_10V_X5R_04 5
INV_BLON 21 22 DP_TXP0 12
23 24

7
5VS 25 23 24 26 VLED U8C
CLOSE TO CONN.

14
7
27 25 26 28 74LVC08PW
29 27 28 30 VLED 9
29 30 R168 100K_04 3.3V 8 INV_BLON
50238-0307N-001 10
U8D

14
6-20-51A40-215 34 BLON
74LVC08PW

7
30 pin LVDS 12
17,21 LID_SW#
11 LID_SW#1 R169 C225
13 100K_04 *0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
21,23 ALL_SYS_PWROK
D02 modify

7
R909 *10K_04 PLVDD
C1115 *0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
BRIGHTNESS_R R156 *10mil_short_04
PANEL_PWM 12
D03 EMI add C1115
D02 R156 short
B B

3.3VS 5VS_CRT 5VS

CRT PORT C
D5
RB551V-30S2
A

1
2
3
4
J_CRT1
C10556-11505-L RN2
2.2K_8P4R_04
6-19-31001-266 FRED 1
0 ohm

8
7
6
5
9
3
3
DAC_R
DAC_G
L6
L8
FCM1005MF-600T01 FRED_L
FCM1005MF-600T01 FGRN_L
L7
L9
FCM1005MF-600T01
FCM1005MF-600T01
FGRN 2
10
24 mil
B Y
3 DAC_B L10 FCM1005MF-600T01 FBLU_L L11 FCM1005MF-600T01 FBLU 3 U6
11 10 9 DDCDATA
4 3 DDC_DATA DDC_IN1 DDC_OUT1
10p_50V_NPO_04

10p_50V_NPO_04

10p_50V_NPO_04

20p_50V_NPO_04

20p_50V_NPO_04

20p_50V_NPO_04

10p_50V_NPO_04

10p_50V_NPO_04

10p_50V_NPO_04
12 DDCDATA 11 12 DDCLK
150_1%_04

150_1%_04

150_1%_04

3 DDC_CLK DDC_IN2 DDC_OUT2


5
13 HSYNC 13 14 CRT_HSYNC R154 33_04 HSYNC
3 DAC_HSYNC SYNC_IN1 SYNC_OUT1
R145

R146

R147

C199

C200

C201

C202

C203

C204

6
CRT_VSYNC
C205

C206

C207
14 VSYNC 15 16 R155 33_04 VSYNC
7 3 DAC_VSYNC SYNC_IN2 SYNC_OUT2
15 DDCLK 5VS_CRT 1 3 FBLU
8 VCC_SYNC VIDEO_1
2 4 FGRN

1000p_50V_X7R_04

1000p_50V_X7R_04
220p_50V_NPO_04

220p_50V_NPO_04
3.3VS VCC_VIDEO VIDEO_2
GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND

GND1
GND2
7 5 FRED
3.3VS VCC_DDC VIDEO_3
8 6
BYP GND

0.22u_10V_Y5V_04

0.22u_10V_Y5V_04

0.22u_10V_Y5V_04
C208

C209

C210

C211
TPD7S019
GND GND

CRT Port H=
3

C217

C218

C219
PN:6-20-14X00-015 TPD7S019 SOP16P PN:6-02-07019-B20
GND GND GND GND
A A
X5R-->Y5V Closed to CRT Connector
GND GND GND

!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
Title
VIN
5VS
23,24,25,26,27,28
14,17,18,19,20,22,23,24 [13] PANEL, CRT
3.3VS 8,10,11,12,15,16,17,19,20,21,23,24,27,30,33,34
Size Document Number Rev
3.3V
1.0VS
2,3,15,16,19,21,23,24,25,26,27,30,33,34
4,5,8,23,27 Custom W54XTU 6-71-W54T0-D01A 1.0A
Date: Wednesday, December 04, 2013 Sheet 13 of 35
5 4 3 2 1

B - 14 Panel, CRT
Schematic Diagrams

HDMI
5 4 3 2 1

D02 add D1, R45

5VS
D1
*RB551V-30S2
A C R45 *1_04

HDMI CONNECTOR ( W/O LEVELSHIFT)


D
6 0 9 5 0 - 1 , U9
D

LPS 5
FLG# VOUT1
6 5VS_HDMI

8A 2
VIN1 VOUT2
7 J_HDMI1

22u_6.3V_X5R_08

22u_6.3V_X5R_08
3 8 C226 C227
VIN2 VOUT3
4 1
23,25 SUSB EN# GND HDMI_HPD-C
19
SY6288DCAC 18 HOT PLUG DETECT
+5V 17
DDC/CEC GND
HDMI_SDA-C 16
SDA HDMI_SCL-C
E M I
,

15
SHORT

B.Schematic Diagrams
14 SCL
D02 R171, R172, R178, R180 short RESERVED HDMI_CEC
R170 619_1%_04 13
TMDS_CLOCK#-R R171 *10mil_short TMDS_CLOCK# 12 CEC
TMDS CLOCK-
TMDS_CLOCK-R R172 *10mil_short
R174 619_1%_04
TMDS_CLOCK 10

8
TMDS CLOCK+
CLK SHIELD

TMDS DATA0-
11

9 TMDS_DATA0#
R173
499 -> 620
619_1%_04
R175 *10mil_short TMDS_DATA0#-R Sheet 14 of 34
SHIELD0

HDMI
R176 619_1%_04 7 TMDS_DATA0 R177 *10mil_short TMDS_DATA0-R
TMDS_DATA1#-R R178 *10mil_short TMDS_DATA1# 6 TMDS DATA0+ R179 619_1%_04
TMDS DATA1- 5
TMDS_DATA1-R R180 *10mil_short TMDS_DATA1 4 SHIELD1 R181 619_1%_04
R182 619_1%_04 TMDS DATA1+ 3 TMDS_DATA2# R183 *10mil_short TMDS_DATA2#-R
2 TMDS DATA2-
SHIELD2
0 ohm , 499 -> 620 TMDS DATA2+
1 TMDS_DATA2
R185 619_1%_04
R184 *10mil_short TMDS_DATA2-R

C
comm o n c h o ke D02 R175, R177, R183, R184 short C

GND_HDMI

0 ohm
, c o m m o nchok e
D

,
E M I 5VS
SHORT
G 116B-1A002-21U
GND_HDMI

PIN GND1~4=GND
S

Q7
MTN7002ZHS3
1.8VS R594,R599,R600,R604,R598,R602,R603,R608
B Y P L A T FROM
HURON RIVER 680_1%_04
CEDAR TRAIL 619_1%_04
R186 For Chief River 680_1%_04 same as Huron River.
10K_04 (WITH LEVELSHIFT
)
5VS_HDMI
For ESD
3 HDMI_HPD
Q9
D

MTN7002ZHS3

C
A

A
G HDMI_HPD-C
S

D9 D10 D11

AC

AC

AC
*BAV99 *BAV99 *BAV99
R189
B B
100K_04
HDMI_SCL-C
33 HDMI_SCL-C
BY P L A T FROM HDMI_SDA-C
33 HDMI_SDA-C
HDMI_HPD-C

C228 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 TMDS_DATA0#-R


3 HDMIC_C2CN

I NTE L I CP I N
, 3 HDMIC_C2CP
C229 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 TMDS_DATA0-R


IC
CONNECTOR 3 HDMIC_C1CN
C230 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 TMDS_DATA1#-R
DATA2 DATA0 C231 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 TMDS_DATA1-R
DATA1 DATA1 3 HDMIC_C1CP

DATA0 DATA2
CLOCK CLOCK 3 HDMIC_C0CN
C232 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 TMDS_DATA2#-R

C233 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 TMDS_DATA2-R


3 HDMIC_C0CP

5VS_HDMI 33
A 5VS 13,17,18,19,20,22,23,24 A
, IC
3 HDMIC_CLKCN
C234 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 TMDS_CLOCK#-R
1.8VS 3,4,5,6,8,20,21,23,33
C235 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 TMDS_CLOCK-R
3 HDMIC_CLKCP

!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
Title
[14] HDMI
Size Document Number Rev
A3 W 54XTU 6-71-W54T0-D01A 1.0A
Date: W ednesday, December 04, 2013 Sheet 14 of 35

5 4 3 2 1

HDMI B - 15
Schematic Diagrams

LAN, Card Reader


5 4 3 2 1

RTL8402 command

LAN (RTL8402) Close to RTL8402 for SDXC EMI

VDD33/18
BIOS pulls high or low to GPO pin, SD_CMD_R SD_CMD

VDD10
R190 *10mil_short
Pkease refer to LAN/PHY Disable
Crystal 5032 SI E
Z Application Note. SD_D0_R SD_D0
R191 *1K_04 R192 *10mil_short
meet realtek Freq tolerance 50ppm SD_D1/MS_CLK_R R193 SD_D1/MS_CLK
*10mil_short
XTAL2
RSET R194 *10K_04 SD_D2_R R195 *10mil_short SD_D2
DVDD33
R196 1M_04 XTAL1
SD_D3/MS_D2_R SD_D3/MS_D2

LED1/EESK
R197 *10mil_short
D X3 R198 FOR S5 WAKE UP ON LAN TO EC D

SD_CD#
MS_D0
SD_CLK/MS_D3_R R199 SD_CLK/MS_D3

XTAL2
XTAL1
2 1 *10mil_short

EECS
LAN_WAKEUP# 21
2.49K_1%_04
E M I
, SHORT
FSX5L_25MHZ
DVDD33 C A TO SB PCH WAKE#. D02 R190, R192, R193,
C236 C237 C238 C239 C242 C240
PCIE_WAKE# 16,34

*5p_50V_NPO_04
C243 D12 RB751S-40C2

48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
C241

*5p_50V_NPO_04

*5p_50V_NPO_04

*5p_50V_NPO_04

*5p_50V_NPO_04

*5p_50V_NPO_04
U10 3 . 4 A
R195, R197, R199 short
27p_50V_NPO_04

DVDD10
CKXTAL2
CKXTAL1
XD_CD#
MS_D0/xD_D1
MS_D4/xD_D0

VDD33/18
RSET

SD_CD#/MS_D5/xD_ALE

GPO
LED0/SPICSB

LED1/SPISCK
27p_50V_NPO_04
R200 DVDD33 R201 1K_04 3.3VS
49 *1.5K_04
GND
Close to chip
R203
R202 15K_04
B.Schematic Diagrams

1 36 LED2/EEDI 10K_04
DVDD33 LAN_MDIP0 AVDD33 SDA/SPIDI LED_CR
2 35 Remind that R112 using the
LAN_MDIN0 3 MDIP0 SCL/LED_CR 34 T12 main power (S0 power).
LAN_MDIP1 MDIN0 DVDD10 LAN_WAKEUP# VDD10
LAN_MDIN1
4
MDIP1 LANWAKEB
33 SD_D0_R;SD_D1/MS_CLK_R;SD_D2_R;SD_D3/MS_D2;SD_CLK/MS_D3_R


.
5 32 ISOLATEB
6 MDIN1 ISOLATEB 31
DVDD33 DVDD33 DVDD33 DVDD33
7 30
CARD_3V3 SD_D7 8 Card_3V3 RTL8402 PERSTB 29 CLKREQB
BUF_PLT_RST# 15,16,21,30,34
T13 MS_INS#
SD_D5
9 SD_D7/xD_RDY
SD_D6/MS_INS#/xD_RE#
CLKREQB
SD_WP/MS_D1/xD_WP#
28 SD_WP/MS_D1
MS_BS
SD/MMC/MS/MS PRO---Card Reader
T14 10 27 LAN_CLKREQ# , P C H PULL DOWN

SD_CMD/MS_D6/xD_D3
SD_D4 SD_D5/xD_CE# MS_BS/xD_CLE

SD_CLK/MS_D3/xD_D4
11 26 VDD33/18 FOR W549TU
Sheet 15 of 34
T15

SD_D0/MS_D7/xD_D5

SD_D3/MS_D2/xD_D2
SD_D1/MS_CLK_R 12 SD_D4/xD_WE# VDD33/18 25 R204 *0_04
SD_D1/MS_CLK/xD_D6 GND LAN_CLKREQ# 4 FOR W940TU
R205 *10K_04 DVDD33 J_CARD1

SD_D2/xD_D7
SD_CD# P1
SD_D2 CD_SD

REFCLK_N
REFCLK_P
P2

LAN, Card Reader SD_D3/MS_D2 DAT2_SD

EVDD10
P3
SD_CMD CD/DAT3_SD

HSON
HSOP
P4

HSIN
HSIP
P5 CMD_SD
P6 VSS_SD
VCC_CARD VCC_CARD SD_CLK/MS_D3 VDD_SD
P7

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
C294 & C295 capacitors must be close to pin side. C244 P8 CLK_SD
C CARD_3V3 R206 0.2R 5% SMD0603 SD_D0 P9 VSS_SD C
C245 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 SD_D1/MS_CLK P10 DAT0_SD
PCIE_RXN0_LAN 4 SD_WP/MS_D1 P11 DAT1_SD

SD_CLK/MS_D3_R

SD_D3/MS_D2_R
C246 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 P12 WP_SD
The DVDD33 rise time must be controlled between 1mS PCIE_RXP0_LAN 4 P13 VSS_MS
R207 C247
and 100mS. VCC_CARD SD_D1/MS_CLK VCC_MS

SD_CMD_R
DVDD33 P14

EVDD10
SD_CLK/MS_D3 SCLK_MS

SD_D0_R

SD_D2_R
60 mil *150_06 4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06 C248 P15
CLK_PCIE_LAN# 5 MS_INS# P16 DAT3_MS
VDD3 L12 *15mil_short
CLK_PCIE_LAN 5 SD_D3/MS_D2 INS_MS
0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 P17
C249 C250 C251 MS_D0 P18 DAT2_MS
PCIE_TXN0_LAN 4 SD_WP/MS_D1 P19 SDIO/DAT0_MS
PCIE_TXP0_LAN 4 MS_BS DAT1_MS
0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
host / C
AD , V
R C
C
C A
_ R
D P20
BS_MS GND
P22
P21 P23
PIN1 PIN6 PIN31 0 . 5
, 1ms
VSS_MS GND
Near Cardreader CONN 3IN1
RTL8402 incorporates a linear Low dropout regulator 6-21-G4040-123
MDR019-A0-1072
EVDD10 FOR W950TU
R208 *0_06 Close to chip J_CARD2
VDD10


(DEFAUL
SD_CD# P1
C252 C253
FOR 10/100M RTL8402 )
T SD_D2 P2 CD_SD
SD_D3/MS_D2 P3 DAT2_SD
0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 D02 modify SD_CMD P4 CD/DAT3_SD
L13 J_RJ_1 P5 CMD_SD
PIN18 PIN18 L14 DLMX1+ 1 GND1 VCC_CARD P6 VSS_SD
LAN_MDIP1 1 16 LMX2+ LMX1+ 1 2 DLMX1+ DLMX1- 2 DA+ shield GND2 SD_CLK/MS_D3 P7 VDD_SD
LAN_MDIN1 2 RD+ RX+ 15 LMX2- DLMX2+ 3 DA- shield P8 CLK_SD
TCT 3 RD- RX- 14 NMCT_2 LMX1- 4 3 DLMX1- DLMX2- 6 DB+ SD_D0 P9 VSS_SD
RD_CT RX_CT *WCM2012F2S-161T03-short DB- SD_D1/MS_CLK P10 DAT0_SD
VDD10 VDD10 VDD10 CARD_3V3 L15 SD_WP/MS_D1 P11 DAT1_SD
NS_NC1 4 13 NS_NC3 LMX2+ 1 2 DLMX2+ DLMX3+ 4 P12 WP_SD
NS_NC2 5 NC NC 12 NS_NC4 DLMX3- 5 DC+ VCC_CARD P13 VSS_MS
C254 C255 C256 C257 NC NC LMX2- 4 3 DLMX2- DLMX4+ 7 DC- SD_D1/MS_CLK P14 VCC_MS
*WCM2012F2S-161T03-short DLMX4- 8 DD+ SD_CLK/MS_D3 P15 SCLK_MS
B
0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 6 11 NMCT_1 DD- MS_INS# P16 DAT3_MS B
LAN_MDIP0 7 TD_CT TX_CT 10 LMX1+ 130451-0M SD_D3/MS_D2 P17 INS_MS
PIN34 PIN47 PIN47 PIN7 LAN_MDIN0 8 TD+ TX+ 9 LMX1- MS_D0 P18 DAT2_MS
TD- TX- 6-21-B4060-008 SD_WP/MS_D1 SDIO/DAT0_MS
P19
MS_BS P20 DAT1_MS P22
NS681680 NMCT_1 R209 75_1%_04 NMCT_R P21 BS_MS GND P23
C258 NMCT_2 R211 75_1%_04 VSS_MS GND
VDD33/18 VDD33/18 VDD33/18 VDD33/18 DLMX3+ R210 75_1%_04 *3IN1
0.01u_16V_X7R_04 DLMX3- D01A modify
DLMX4+ R212 75_1%_04
C260 C261 C262 C263 DLMX4-
C259
*4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 *4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06
100PF 2KV 1206
Pin#26 Pin#26 Pin#40 Pin#40

3.3V 3.3VS

for 17" R444 R436


*0_06 *0_06
D02 Add 5V
VDD3 5,16,17,21,23,24,25,26,28,33
3.3VS 8,10,11,12,13,16,17,19,20,21,23,24,27,30,33,34
3.3V 2,3,13,16,19,21,23,24,25,26,27,30,33,34
J_CN1
5V 18,19,22,23,24,25,26,27
1
2 C448 *0.1u_10V_X7R_04
3
4 C447 *0.1u_10V_X7R_04
5
6
7
A 8 A
9 PCIE_TXN2_CARD 4
10 PCIE_TXP2_CARD 4
11
12 PCIE_RXN2_CARD 4
13 PCIE_RXP2_CARD 4
14
15

!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
16
17
18 CLK_PCIE_CARD# 5
NC1 19 CLK_PCIE_CARD 5 Title
NC2 20 [15] RTL8402 (LAN/ CARD READER)
21 CARD_CLKREQ# 4
22 BUF_PLT_RST# 15,16,21,30,34 Size Document Number Rev
*FP225-022S10M Custom 6-71-W54T0-D01A 1.0A

Date: Wednesday, December 04, 2013 Sheet 15 of 35


5 4 3 2 1

B - 16 LAN, Card Reader


Schematic Diagrams

Mini Card
5 4 3 2 1

3.3V_GSENSOR

WLAN G SENSOR D02 add


3.3V
D02A modify
3.3V 1.8V

R1252 *0_04

J_MINI1 *10u_6.3V_X5R_06 C1082 R1253 *0_04


R213 *0_04 1 2 20 mil
15,34 PCIE_W AKE# WAKE# 3.3V_0 3.3V_W LAN
D
3 6 *0.1u_10V_X7R_04 C1084 D
R214 *10K_04 5 BT_DATA 1.5V_0 8 C264
3.3V BT_CHCLK UIM_PWR 20 mil VDD3
10
7 UIM_DATA 12 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 3.3V_GSENSOR 3.3V_GSENSOR
4 W LAN_CLKREQ# CLKREQ# UIM_CLK 80CLK 21
11 14
5 CLK_PCIE_MINI# REFCLK- UIM_RESET
13 16
5 CLK_PCIE_MINI REFCLK+ UIM_VPP 3IN1 21
9
15 GND0 4 R215 *20K_04
GND1 GND5
WLAN_CLKREQ# Pull hi
3.3V or 3.3VSor VDD3 by D02A modify
KEY C377
Platform. *0.1u_10V_X7R_04
21 18
27 GND2 GND6 26 R1197 R1198

14
GND3 GND7

1
29 34 U44 *LIS3DH G_INT1 R1254 *0_04 G_INT1_R
GND4 GND8 40 *2.2K_04 *2.2K_04

VDD I/O

VDD
35 GND9 50 R216 10K_04 8
GND11 GND10 3.3V_W LAN CS G_I2CD
23 2 6

B.Schematic Diagrams
4 PCIE_RXN1_W LAN PETn0 NC1 SDA/SDI/SDO G_I2CC
25 20 3 4
4 PCIE_RXP1_W LAN PETp0 W_DISABLE# W LAN_EN 21 3.3V_GSENSOR NC2 SCL/SPC
31 22
4 PCIE_TXN1_W LAN PERn0 PERSET# BUF_PLT_RST# 15,21,30,34 3.3V
33 30
4 PCIE_TXP1_W LAN PERp0 NC(SMB_CLK) G_INT1_R
32 R1202 *0_04 7 11
C
17 NC(SMB_DATA) 36 R1203 *0_04 10 SDO/SA0 INT1 9 G_INT2 C
NC3 NC(USB_D-) USB_PN1 6 RES INT2
19 38
NC4 NC(USB_D+) USB_PP1 6

GND1

GND2

ADC3

ADC2

ADC1
37 HI: ADDRESS 0X33h 0X32h
39 NC6 24 LOW: ADDRESS 0X31h 0X30h R1242 R1241
3.3V_W LAN 41
43
NC7
NC8
3.3VAUX
1.5V_1
28
48
3.3V_W LAN A D DRESS
*10K_04 *10K_04
Sheet 16 of 34

12

13

15

16
45 NC9 1.5V_2 52
NC10 3.3V_1 3.3V_W LAN G_INT1_R
47 42
49 NC11 NC(LED_WWAN#) 44 W LAN_LED# R217 *10K_04
Mini Card

D
BT_EN_R NC12 LED_WLAN# 3.3V_W LAN
R218 *10K_04 51 46
3.3VS NC13 NC(LED_WPAN#)
MPCET-S5201-TP67 G Q82 C1104
R219 0_04 6-21-84DM0-226 *MTN7002ZHS3

*0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
C
21 BT_EN

S
R1240 *1K_04 B Q81
5 G_INT1 *2N3904
3.3V PJ4 2 1 OPEN_2A PI
N 2,24,39,41,5 3

E
3.3V
VDD3 3.3V_W LAN
U11
J_MINI1 >120 mil >120 mil
H19 5 1
B h4_7b6_0d3_8 VIN VOUT B

2
6-36-00180-202-1 4 Q76A D02A Add
C265 VIN/SS C266 *MTDK5S6R

G
3 2 G_I2CC 6 1
EN GND SMB_CLK_N 6,19,33
*1u_6.3V_X5R_04 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04

S
*NCT3522U

R1258 *0_04
21 W LAN_PW R_EN
E C , EC

5
D02A modify Q76B
PJ4 short, U11 and C265 del *MTDK5S6R

G
G_I2CD 3 4
SMB_DATA_N 6,19,33

S
R1257 *0_04

!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
A A

VDD3 5,15,17,21,23,24,25,26,28,33
3.3V 2,3,13,15,19,21,23,24,25,26,27,30,33,34
Title
3.3VS
1.8V
8,10,11,12,13,15,17,19,20,21,23,24,27,30,33,34
5,6,8,23,25,33,34 [16] MINI CARD (WLAN)
Size Document Number Rev
Custom W 54XTU 6-71-W54T0-D01A 1.0A
Date: W ednesday, December 04, 2013 Sheet 16 of 35
5 4 3 2 1

Mini Card B - 17
Schematic Diagrams

HDD, ODD, LED, LID


5 4 3 2 1

SATA ODD SATA HDD

FOR W940TU FOR W549TU


D D
J_HDD2 J_HDD1
S1 S1
J_ODD1 7/8 add J_HDD2 S2 SATATXP0_R S2 SATATXP0_R C124 0.01u_16V_X7R_04
SATATXN0_R SATATXN0_R SATATXP0 4
13 S3 S3 C125 0.01u_16V_X7R_04 SATATXN0 4
12 C267 0.01u_16V_X7R_04 S4 S4
SATATXP1 4 SATARXN0_R SATARXN0_R
11 C268 0.01u_16V_X7R_04 S5 S5 C998 0.01u_16V_X7R_04 SATARXN0 4
SATATXN1 4 SATARXP0_R SATARXP0_R
10 S6 S6 C999 0.01u_16V_X7R_04 SATARXP0 4
9 C269 0.01u_16V_X7R_04 S7 S7
SATARXN1 4 3.3VS 3.3VS
8 C270 0.01u_16V_X7R_04
SATARXP1 4
7
P1 P1
P2 P2
5VS P3 P3
6 P4 P4
B.Schematic Diagrams

5 P5 5VS P5
4 P6 P6 5VS
3 P7 P7
GND2 2 P8 P8

220u_6.3V_6.3*6.3*4.2
GND1 1 P9 P9

1u_6.3V_X5R_04

10u_6.3V_X5R_06
0.1u_16V_Y5V_04

0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
P10 P10
50861-0137P-001 + P11 P11 P11 P11
PIN GND1~4=GND P12 P12 C997 C996 C974

C271

C272

C273

C274

C275
P13 P13 P13 P13

Sheet 17 of 34 6-21-130B0-013
P14
P15
P14
P15
P14
P15
P14
P15
0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 10u_6.3V_X5R_06

*50813-0220P-001 C166W 9-12205-L

HDD, ODD, LED,

GND2
GND1
C 6-21-C4790-122 C
PIN
GND1~2=GND

LID 6-20-437H0-022

LED LID SWITCH IC


D02A modify

FOR W950TU
VDD3 VDD3

J_LID1
3.3VS
21 LED_BAT_CHG LED_ACIN 21 1
21 LED_BAT_FULL