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W170ER

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Notebook Computer

W170ER

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-
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Version 1.0
April 2012

Trademarks
Intel, and Intel Core 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 W170ER 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, 6.3A (120W) minimum AC/DC Adapter.
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CAUTION

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

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

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

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

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

Use only approved brands of Unplug the power cord before


peripherals. attaching peripheral devices.

 Power Safety
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Power Safety The computer has specific power requirements:


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

You must also remove


your battery in order to Do not plug in the power Do not use the power cord if Do not place heavy objects
prevent accidentally cord if you are wet. it is broken. on the power cord.
turning the machine
on. Before removing
the battery discon-
nect the AC/DC
adapter from the
computer.

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

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 manufacturer’s 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:

User’s Manual on CD/DVD


This describes the notebook PC’s features and the procedures for operating the computer and its ROM-based setup pro-
gram. It also describes the installation and operation of the utility programs provided with the notebook PC.

System Startup
1. Remove all packing materials.
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 130
the AC power cord to the AC/DC adapter.
6. Use one hand to raise the lid/LCD to a comfortable viewing angle (do
not exceed 130 degrees); use the other hand (as illustrated in
Figure 1) to support the base of the computer (Note: Never lift the
computer by the lid/LCD).
7. Press the power button to turn the computer “on”.


Shut Down
Figure 1
Note that you should always shut your com- Opening the Lid/LCD/
puter down by choosing Shut Down from Computer with AC/DC
the Start Menu. Adapter Plugged-In
This will help prevent hard disk or system
problems.

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

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Ivy Bridge Processor 7/7 ................................................................B-9
Overview .........................................................................................2-1
DDR3 SO-DIMM_0 .....................................................................B-10
Maintenance Tools ..........................................................................2-2 DDR3 SO-DIMM_1 .....................................................................B-11
Connections .....................................................................................2-2
Panel, Inverter, CRT .....................................................................B-12
Maintenance Precautions .................................................................2-3
VGA PCI-E Interface ....................................................................B-13
Disassembly Steps ...........................................................................2-4 VGA Frame Buffer Interface ........................................................B-14
Removing the Battery ......................................................................2-5
VGA Frame Buffer A ...................................................................B-15
Removing the System Memory (RAM) ..........................................2-6
VGA Frame Buffer A ...................................................................B-16
Removing the Hard Disk Drive .......................................................2-8
VGA Frame Buffer B ...................................................................B-17
Removing the Optical (CD/DVD) Device ....................................2-11
VGA Frame Buffer B ...................................................................B-18
Removing and Installing a Processor ............................................2-12
VGA I/O .......................................................................................B-19
Removing the Wireless LAN Module ...........................................2-15
VGA NVVDD Cecoupling ...........................................................B-20
Removing the Keyboard ................................................................2-16
PantherPoint - M 1/9 .....................................................................B-21
Removing the Mainboard ..............................................................2-17 PantherPoint - M 2/9 .....................................................................B-22
Part Lists ..................................................A-1 PantherPoint - M 3/9 .....................................................................B-23
Part List Illustration Location ........................................................ A-2 PantherPoint - M 4/9 .....................................................................B-24
Top ................................................................................................. A-3 PantherPoint - M 5/9 .....................................................................B-25
Bottom ............................................................................................ A-4 PantherPoint - M 6/9 .....................................................................B-26

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PantherPoint - M 7/9 .................................................................... B-27 Use the flash tools to update the BIOS ...........................................C-2
PantherPoint - M 8/9 .................................................................... B-28 Restart the computer (booting from the HDD) ...............................C-2
PantherPoint - M 9/9 .................................................................... B-29
WLAN, 3G, Mini PCIE ................................................................ B-30
Charge, TP, FP, Multi-Conn ........................................................ B-31
eSATA/USB 3.0 Connector ......................................................... B-32
Card Reader / LAN RTL8411 ...................................................... B-33
SATA HDD, LED, Hotkey, LID SW ........................................... B-34
HDMI, RJ45 ................................................................................. B-35
Audio Codec VT1802P ................................................................ B-36
KBC-ITE IT8518E ....................................................................... B-37
5VS, 3VS, 3.3VM, 1.5VS_CPU .................................................. B-38
VDD3, VDD5 ............................................................................... B-39
Power 0.85VS, 1.8VS .................................................................. B-40
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Power 1.5V/0.75V/PEX_VDD .................................................... B-41


Power 1.05VS ............................................................................... B-42
Power V-Core1 ............................................................................. B-43
Power V-Core2 ............................................................................. B-44
VGA NVVDD .............................................................................. B-45
AC_IN, Charger ........................................................................... B-46
W150ERQ Audio Board .............................................................. B-47
W150ERQ Click Board ................................................................ B-48
W150ERQ Fingerprint Board ...................................................... B-49
W170ER LED & VGA SW Board ............................................... B-50
W170ER Power Switch Board ..................................................... B-51
Sequence ....................................................................................... B-52
Updating the FLASH ROM BIOS......... C-1
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

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Introduction

Chapter 1: Introduction
Overview
This manual covers the information you need to service or upgrade the W170ER series notebook computer. Information
about operating the computer (e.g. getting started, and the Setup utility) is in the User’s Manual. Information about dri-
vers (e.g. VGA & audio) is also found in the User’s Manual. The manual is shipped with the computer.

Operating systems (e.g. Window 7, 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 W170ER 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 computer’s technical specifications and features.

Overview 1 - 1
Introduction

Specifications Processor Options BIOS

Intel® Core™ i7 Processor One 48Mb SPI Flash ROM


i7-3820QM (2.70GHz) AMI BIOS
8MB L3 Cache, 22nm, DDR3-1600MHz, TDP 45W
 i7-3720QM (2.60GHz), i7-3610QM (2.30GHz)
LCD
Latest Specification Information 6MB L3 Cache, 22nm, DDR3-1600MHz, TDP 45W 17.3" (43.94cm) HD+/ FHD LCD
The specifications listed here are correct at the i7-3520M (2.90GHz)
time of sending them to the press. Certain items Video Adapter
4MB L3 Cache, 22nm, DDR3-1600MHz, TDP 35W
(particularly processor types/speeds) may be
Intel® Core™ i5 Processor Intel® Integrated GPU and NVIDIA® Discrete GPU
changed, delayed or updated due to the manu-
i5-3360M (2.80GHz), i5-3320M (2.60GHz), i5-3210M
facturer's release schedule. Check with your Supports NVIDIA® Optimus Technology
(2.50GHz), i5-3110M (2.40GHz)
service center for more details.
3MB L3 Cache, 22nm, DDR3-1600MHz, TDP 35W Intel Integrated GPU (GPU is Dependent on Processor)
Intel® Core™ i7 Processor Intel® HD Graphics 3000
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i7-2860QM (2.50GHz), i7-2820QM (2.30GHz) Dynamic Frequency (Intel Dynamic Video Memory Technol-
8MB L3 Cache, 32nm, DDR3-1600MHz, TDP 45W ogy for up to 1.7GB)
i7-2760QM (2.40GHz), i7-2720QM (2.20GHz) Microsoft DirectX®10 Compatible
 6MB L3 Cache, 32nm, DDR3-1600MHz, TDP 45W Intel® HD Graphics 4000
CPU i7-2670QM (2.20GHz), i7-2650QM (2.10GHz), i7-2630QM Dynamic Frequency (Intel Dynamic Video Memory Technol-
(2.00GHz) ogy for up to 1.7GB)
The CPU is not a user serviceable part. Ac-
cessing the CPU in any way may violate your 6MB L3 Cache, 32nm, DDR3-1333MHz, TDP 45W Microsoft DirectX®11 Compatible
warranty. i7-2640M (2.80GHz), i7-2620M (2.70GHz)
NVIDIA Discrete GPU
4MB L3 Cache, 32nm, DDR3-1333MHz, TDP 35W
NVIDIA® GeForce GT 650M
Intel® Core™ i5 Processor
1GB GDDR5 Video RAM
i5-2540M (2.60GHz), i5-2520M (2.50GHz),
Microsoft DirectX®11 Compatible
i5-2450M (2.50GHz), i5-2430M (2.40GHz), i5-2410M
(2.30GHz) Memory
3MB L3 Cache, 32nm, DDR3-1333MHz, TDP 35W
Intel® Core™ i3 Processor Two 204 Pin SO-DIMM Sockets Supporting DDR3 1333/
1600MHz Memory
i3-2370M (2.40GHz), i3-2350M (2.30GHz), i3-2330M
(2.20GHz), i3-2310M (2.10GHz) Memory Expandable up to 8GB
3MB L3 Cache, 32nm, DDR3-1333MHz, TDP 35W (The real memory operating frequency depends on the FSB of
the processor.)
Core Logic
Security
Intel® HM76 Chipset
BIOS Password
Security (Kensington® Type) Lock Slot

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Introduction

Audio Communication Power

High Definition Audio Compliant Interface Built-In Gigabit Ethernet LAN Full Range AC/DC Adapter
THX TruStudio Pro (Factory Option) 1.3M/2.0M Pixel USB PC Camera Module AC Input: 100 - 240V, 50 - 60Hz
2 * Built-In Speakers DC Output: 19V, 6.3A (120W)
Built-In Microphone WLAN/ Bluetooth Half Mini-Card Modules:
6 Cell Smart Lithium-Ion Battery Pack, 48.84WH
(Factory Option) Intel® Centrino® Ultimate-N 6300 Wireless
Storage (Factory Option) 6 Cell Smart Lithium-Ion Battery Pack,
LAN (802.11a/g/n)
62.16WH
(Factory Option) Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N 105 Wireless
(Factory Option) One Changeable 12.7mm(h) Optical Device
LAN (802.11b/g/n) Dimensions & Weight
Type Drive (Super Multi Drive Module or Blu-Ray Combo Drive
Module or Blu-Ray Writer Module) (Factory Option) Intel® Centrino® Advanced-N 6235 Wire-
less LAN (802.11a/g/n) + Bluetooth 4.0 413mm (w) * 277.5mm (d) * 17.1 - 41.5mm (h)
Two Changeable 2.5" 9.5 mm (h) SATA (Serial) HDD
(Factory Option) Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N 2230 Wire- 3.2kg with ODD & 48.84WH Battery
Interface less LAN (802.11b/g/n) + Bluetooth 4.0

One USB 2.0 Port


(Factory Option) Third-Party Wireless LAN (802.11b/g/n)

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Two USB 3.0 Ports
(Factory Option) Third-Party Wireless LAN (802.11b/g/n) +
One eSATA Port (USB 3.0 Port Combined) Bluetooth 4.0
One HDMI-Out Port
One Headphone-Out Jack Card Reader
One Microphone-In Jack
Embedded Multi-in-1 Card Reader
One S/PDIF Out Jack MMC (MultiMedia Card) / RS MMC
One RJ-45 LAN Jack SD (Secure Digital) / Mini SD / SDHC/ SDXC
One External Monitor Port MS (Memory Stick) / MS Pro / MS Duo
One DC-in Jack
Mini Card Slots
Keyboard
Slot 1 for WLAN Module or WLAN and Bluetooth Combo
Full-size “WinKey” keyboard (with numeric keypad) Module

Pointing Device Environmental Spec


Built-in Touchpad (scrolling key functionality integrated) Temperature
Operating: 5°C - 35°C
Non-Operating: -20°C - 60°C
Relative Humidity
Operating: 20% - 80%
Non-Operating: 10% - 90%

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Introduction

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

1. PC Camera 1
(Optional)
2. LCD
3. Power Button
4. GPU Button
5. LED Indicators
6. Hot Key Buttons 17.3” (43.94cm)
7. Keyboard 2
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8. Built-In
Microphone
9. Touchpad &
Buttons

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


Introduction

External Locator - Front & Right Side Views Figure 2


Front View
1. LED Indicators

FRONT VIEW

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

External Locator - Front & Right Side Views 1 - 5


Introduction

External Locator - Left Side & Rear View


Figure 4
Left Side View
1. DC-In Jack
2. Vent /
3. External Monitor LEFT SIDE VIEW
Port
4. RJ-45 LAN Jack
5. 2 * USB 3.0 Ports 7
6. HDMI-Out Port 2 3 4 5 5 8
1 6
7. Multi-in-1 Card
Reader
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8. Combined eSATA/
USB 3.0 Port

Figure 5 REAR VIEW


Rear View
1. Security Lock Slot
2. Battery
1 2

1 - 6 External Locator - Left Side & Rear View


Introduction

External Locator - Bottom View


Figure 6
Bottom View
1. Battery
2. Component Bay
1 Cover
3 3. Vent
4. Speakers

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Overheating
4 4
To prevent your com-
puter from overhea-
ting, make sure no-
thing blocks any vent
while the computer is
in use.

External Locator - Bottom View 1 - 7


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Figure 7 Mainboard Overview - Top (Key Parts)


Mainboard Top
Key Parts

1. Realtek RTL8411-
CG
2. ITE8518E/HX
3. Audio Codec
4. Multi-in-1 Card
Reader
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1 - 8 Mainboard Overview - Top (Key Parts)


Introduction

Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Key Parts) Figure 8


Mainboard Bottom
Key Parts

1. Memory Slots
DDR3 SO-DIMM
2. CPU Socket (no
CPU installed)
3. VCORE
4. Controller Hub
1 5. Mini-Card
2
Connector
6. LAN Chips

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3

5
6

Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Key Parts) 1 - 9


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Figure 9 Mainboard Overview - Top (Connectors)


Mainboard Top
Connectors

1. USB Ports
2. eSATA Port 9
3. Audio Cable 10
Connector
4. VGA LED Cable 11 8
Connector
5. TouchPad Cable
Connector
6. ODD Board
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Cable Connector
7. Keyboard Cable
Connector
7
8. Power Cable
Connector 6
9. USIM Card 5
1 4

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Introduction

Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Connectors) Figure 10


Mainboard Bottom
Connectors

1 1. Battery
11 Connector
2. HDD Connector
10 3. RTC Cable
Connector
11 4. CMOS Battery
9
5. HDMI-Out Port
6. RJ-45 LAN Jack
7 7. External Monitor

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8 Port
8. CPU Fan Cable
Connector
4 6 9. CCD Cable
Connector
10. LVDS Cable
Connector
3 11. DC Jack
Connector

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Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Connectors) 1 - 11


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Disassembly

Chapter 2: Disassembly
Overview
This chapter provides step-by-step instructions for disassembling the W170ER series notebook’s parts and subsystems.
When it comes to reassembly, reverse the procedures (unless otherwise indicated).

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

Procedures such as upgrading/replacing the RAM, optical device and hard disk are included in the User’s 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

Overview 2 - 1
Disassembly

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

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

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

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

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Disassembly

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

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

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

Overview 2 - 3
Disassembly

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

To remove the Battery: To remove the Mainboard:


1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5 1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
2. Remove the system memory page 2 - 6
To remove the System Memory: 3. Remove the HDD page 2 - 8
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5 4. Remove the Optical device page 2 - 11
2. Remove the system memory page 2 - 6 5. Remove the processor page 2 - 12
6. Remove the WLAN module page 2 - 15
To remove the HDD:
2.Disassembly

7. Remove the keyboard page 2 - 16


1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5 8. Remove the mainboard page 2 - 17
2. Remove the HDD page 2 - 8
To remove the Optical Device:
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
2. Remove the Optical device page 2 - 11
To remove and install a Processor:
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
2. Remove the processor page 2 - 12
3. Install the processor page 2 - 14
To remove the Wireless LAN Module:
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
2. Remove the WLAN module page 2 - 15
To remove the Keyboard:
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
2. Remove the keyboard page 2 - 16

2 - 4 Disassembly Steps
Disassembly

Removing the Battery Figure 1


1. Turn the computer off, and turn it over. Battery Removal
2. Slide the latch 1 in the direction of the arrow (Figure 1a).
a. Slide the latch and hold it
3. Slide the latch 2 in the direction of the arrow, and hold it in place (Figure 1a). in place.
4. Slide the battery 63 in the direction of the arrow 4 (Figure 1b). b. Slide the battery in the di-
rection of the arrow.

a.

2.Disassembly
b.

4 
3. Battery

Removing the Battery 2 - 5


Disassembly

Figure 2 Removing the System Memory (RAM)


RAM Module
Removal
The computer has two memory sockets for 200 pin Small Outline Dual In-line Memory Modules (SO-DIMM) supporting
DDRIII (DDR3) Up to 1333/1600MHz. The main memory can be expanded up to 8GB. The SO-DIMM modules sup-
a. Remove the screws. ported are 1024MB and 2048MB DDRIII Modules. The total memory size is automatically detected by the POST rou-
b. Slide out the compo- tine once you turn on your computer.
nent bay cover.
c. The RAM modules will Memory Upgrade Process
be visible at point 5 1. Turn off the computer, turn it over and remove the battery (page 2 - 5).
on the mainboard. 2. Remove screws 1 - 2 from the component bay cover (Figure 2a).
3. Remove the component bay cover 63 (Figure 2b) by sliding the cover at point 4 in the direction of arrow.
4. The RAM modules will be visible at point 5 on the mainboard (Figure 2c).
a. c.
2.Disassembly


Contact Warning
5
Be careful not to touch
the metal pins on the
module’s connecting
2 1
edge. Even the cleanest
hands have oils which
can attract particles, and
degrade the module’s
performance. 4
b.

3

3. Component Bay 4
Cover

• 2 Screws

2 - 6 Removing the System Memory (RAM)


Disassembly

5. Gently pull the two release latches ( 7 & 8 ) on the sides of the memory socket in the direction indicated by the
arrows (Figure 2d). The RAM module 69 will pop-up (Figure 3e), and you can then remove it. Figure 3
6. Pull the latches to release the second module if necessary. RAM Module
d. e. Removal (cont’d)

d. Pull the release lat-


ches.
7 e. Remove the module.
8
f. Slide in the compo-
nent bay cover.

2.Disassembly

Contact Warning
f.
Be careful not to touch
the metal pins on the
4 module’s connecting
edge. Even the clean-
est hands have oils
which can attract parti-
cles, and degrade the
module’s performance.

7. Insert a new module holding it at about a 30° angle and fit the connectors firmly into the memory slot.
8. 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.
9. Press the module in and down towards the mainboard until the slot levers click into place to secure the module. 
10. Replace the component bay cover 63 (Figure 3f) by sliding the cover at point 4 in the direction of arrow.
11. Tighten the screws (see page 2 - 6). 9. RAM Module
12. Restart the computer to allow the BIOS to register the new memory configuration as it starts up.
13. Pull the latches to release the second module if necessary.

Removing the System Memory (RAM) 2 - 7


Disassembly

Removing the Hard Disk Drive


Figure 4 The hard disk drive can be taken out to accommodate other 2.5" serial (SATA) hard disk drives with a height of 9.5mm
HDD Assembly (h). Follow your operating system’s installation instructions, and install all necessary drivers and utilities (as outlined in
Removal Chapter 4 of the User’s Manual) when setting up a new hard disk.

a. Locate the HDD bay cover Hard Disk Upgrade Process


and remove the screws.
b. Slide the component bay
1. Turn off the computer, and remove the battery (page 2 - 5).
cover out. 2. Locate the hard disk bay cover and remove screws 1 & 2 (Figure 4a).
3. Remove the hard disk bay cover 63 (Figure 4b) by sliding the hard disk at point 4 in the direction of arrow.

a.
2.Disassembly


HDD System Warning

New HDD’s are blank. Before you


begin make sure:

You have backed up any data


1 2 you want to keep from your old
HDD.

You have all the CD-ROMs and


FDDs required to install your op-
b. erating system and programs.
4
If you have access to the internet,
 download the latest application
and hardware driver updates for
3. HDD Bay Cover the operating system you plan to
3 install. Copy these to a remov-
able medium.
• 2 Screws 4

2 - 8 Removing the Hard Disk Drive


Disassembly

4. Remove the hard disk bay cover 63 (Figure 5c).


5. Grip the tab and slide the 1st hard disk assembly in the direction of arrow 4 (Figure 5d). Figure 5
6. Lift the hard disk assembly 65 out of the bay 6 (Figure 5e). HDD Assembly
Removal (cont’d.)
7. Remove the screw 7 - 8 and the mylar cover 11 from the hard disk 12 (Figure 5f).
c. e. c. Remove the HDD bay
cover.
d. Grip the tab and slide the
HDD assembly in the di-
6 rection of the arrow.
e. Lift the HDD assembly
out of the bay.
f. Remove the screws and
mylar cover.

2.Disassembly
5
3

7
d. f.

3. HDD Bay Cover
9 5. HDD Assembly
4 8 9. Mylar Cover
10. HDD 1
10
• 2 Screws

Removing the Hard Disk Drive 2 - 9


Disassembly

8. Remove screws 11 - 12 from the 2nd hard disk assembly (Figure 6g).
Figure 6 9. Slide the 2nd hard disk in the direction of arrow 13 (Figure 6h).
HDD Assembly 10. Lift the 2nd hard disk assembly 14 out of the bay (Figure 6i).
Removal (cont’d.)
11. Remove the screw 15 - 16 and the casing 17 from the hard disk 18 (Figure 6j).
12. Reverse the process to install a new hard disk (do not forget to replace all the screws and covers).
g. Remove the HDD bay
cover. g. i.
h. Slide the 2nd HDD as-
sembly in the direction of 11
the arrow.
i. Lift the HDD assembly
out of the bay.
j. Remove the screws and
casing.
2.Disassembly

12

14

 h.
j. 15
14. 2nd HDD Assembly
17. Casing
18. HDD 2
17
13

• 4 Screws 18
16

2 - 10 Removing the Hard Disk Drive


Disassembly

Removing the Optical (CD/DVD) Device Figure 7


Optical Device
1. Turn off the computer, remove the battery (page 2 - 5) and hard disk (page 2 - 8).
Removal
2. Remove the screw at point 1 (Figure 7a).
3. Use a screwdriver to carefully push out the optical device 3 at point 2 (Figure 7b). a. Remove the screw at
4. Insert the new device and carefully slide it into the computer (the device only fits one way. DO NOT FORCE IT; The point 1 .
screw holes should line up). b. Use a screwdriver to
5. Restart the computer to allow it to automatically detect the new device. carefully push out the
optical device at point
a. 2 .
b.

2.Disassembly
3


3. Optical Device

• 1 Screw

Removing the Optical (CD/DVD) Device 2 - 11


Disassembly

Removing and Installing a Processor


Figure 8
Processor Removal Procedure
Processor Removal 1. Turn off the computer, remove the battery (page 2 - 5) and the component bay cover (page 2 - 6).
2. The CPU heat sink will be visible at point A (Figure 8a) on the mainboard.
a. Remove the cover and 3. Remove screws 6 , 5 , 4 , 3 , 2 and 1 , the reverse order indicated on the label. *Note: Make sure that the
Iocate the heat sink. size of the screwdriver is below 4mm when removing or tighting screw 5 , and its position should be at a 90
b. Remove the screws in degree angle from the mainboard (Figure 8b).
the order indicated. 4. Carefully lift up the heat sink B off the computer by pulling the two tabs D .

a. b.
2.Disassembly

3
 A
Caution
D 2
The heat sink, and CPU
area in general, contains B
parts which are subject to 4
high temperatures. Allow
1
the area time to cool be-
fore removing these parts.
D
6 5


B. Heat Sink

• 6 Screws 5

2 - 12 Removing and Installing a Processor


Disassembly

5. Carefully lift up the heat sink B (Figure 9c) off the computer.
6. Turn the release latch C towards the unlock symbol , to release the CPU (Figure 9d).
7. Carefully (it may be hot) lift the CPU D up out of the socket (Figure 9e). Figure 9
8. See page 2 - 14 for information on inserting a new CPU. Processor Removal
9. When re-inserting the CPU, pay careful attention to the pin alignment, it will fit only one way (DO NOT FORCE IT!). (cont’d)

c. Remove the heat sink.


c. d. Turn the release latch to
unlock the CPU.
e. Lift the CPU out of the
socket.

2.Disassembly
d. e.


B. Heat Sink
Unlock D. CPU

Removing and Installing a Processor 2 - 13


Disassembly

Figure 10 Processor Installation Procedure


Processor 1. Insert the CPU A (Figure 10a), pay careful attention to the pin alignment, it will fit only one way (DO NOT FORCE
Installation IT!), and turn the release latch B towards the lock symbol (Figure 10b).
2. Remove the sticker C (Figure 10c) from the heat sink.
a. Insert the CPU. 3. Insert the heat sink D as indicated in Figure 10d.
b. Turn the release latch to- 4. Tighten the CPU heat sink screws in the order 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 & 6 (the order as indicated on the label and
wards the lock symbol.
Figure 10d) *Note: Make sure that the size of the screwdriver is below 4mm when removing or tighting screw 5 ,
c. Remove the sticker from
the heat sink and insert and its position should be at a 90 degree angle from the mainboard.
the heat sink. 5. Replace the component bay cover (don’t forget to replace the fan cable) and tighten the screws (page 2 - 6).
d. Tighten the screws.
a. c.
2.Disassembly

b. d.

B 3
D

A. CPU 2
D. Heat Sink
4 Note:
1 Tighten the screws
• 6 Screws
in the order as indi-
6 5 cated on the label.

2 - 14 Removing and Installing a Processor


Disassembly

Removing the Wireless LAN Module Figure 11


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

Note: Make sure you


5

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

b.
5

2

5.Wireless LAN Module

3
• 1 Screw
4

Removing the Wireless LAN Module 2 - 15


Disassembly

Figure 12 Removing the Keyboard


Keyboard Removal 1. Turn off the computer and remove the battery (page 2 - 5).
2. Remove screws 1 - 2 from the bottom of the computer and use the Eject Pin Tool to carefully push out the key-
a. Remove screws from the
bottom of the computer
board at point 3
and use the Eject Pin Tool 3. Remove the top cover module 4 and the screws 5 - 9 (Figure 12b).
to push out the keyboard at 4. Carefully lift the keyboard 10 up, being careful not to bend the keyboard ribbon cable (Figure 12c).
point 3 . 5. Disconnect the keyboard ribbon cable 11 from the locking collar socket 12 .
b. Remove the top cover 6. Carefully lift up the keyboard 10 (Figure 12d) off the computer.
module and the screws.
c. Lift the keyboard up and
disconnect the cable from a. c.
the locking collar. 11
d. Remove the keyboard. 1 2
3
2.Disassembly

10
12

b. 6
5 7 8 9

d.


4. Top cover module
10. Keyboard
4

• 7 Screws 10

2 - 16 Removing the Keyboard


Disassembly

Removing the Mainboard Figure 13


1. Turn off the computer, and remove the battery (page 2 - 5), RAM (page 2 - 6), HDD (page 2 - 8), optical device Mainboard Removal
(page 2 - 11), CPU (page 2 - 12), WLAN (page 2 - 15), and keyboard (page 2 - 16).
2. Remove screws 1 - 13 from the bottom case (Figure 13a). a. Remove the screws.
3. Separate the top case and the bottom case at point 14 (Figure 13b) and then slide the top case in the direction of b. Separate the top and bot-
tom case.
the arrow 15 . c. Lift the top case off.
4. Carefully lift the top case 17 off the computer in the direction of the arrow 16 (Figure 13c) .

a. b.
5

1 2 3 4 6
14

2.Disassembly
15

13
c.
10 8
12 11 9 7
17

16 17. Top Case

• 13 Screws

Removing the Mainboard 2 - 17


Disassembly

5. Remove screws 18 - 20 and disconnect the connectors from the mainboard.


Figure 14
6. Separate the mainboard 21 from the bottom case 22 by lift the mainboard in the direction of the arrow 23 .
Mainboard Removal
7. Remove the mainboard 21 (Figure 14f).
(cont’d.)

d. Remove the screws (dis-


connect the connectors). d.
e. Separate the mainboard
f.
from the bottom case. 20
f. Remove the mainboard.
22
18
2.Disassembly

19

e.
21

23

21
22

21. Mainboard
22. Bottom Case

• 3 Screws

2 - 18 Removing the Mainboard


Appendix A:Part Lists
This appendix breaks down the W170ER series notebook’s construction into a series of illustrations. The component part
numbers are indicated in the tables opposite the drawings.

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

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

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

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

A - 1
Part List Illustration Location
The following table indicates where to find the appropriate part list illustration.
Table A - 1
Part List Illustration
Part W170ER
Location
Top page A - 3
Bottom page A - 4
Combo page A - 5
DVD page A - 6
LCD page A - 7
A.Part Lists

HDD page A - 8

A - 2
Top

Figure A - 1

A.Part Lists
Top

黑色

(灰色) (尚盟)

Top A - 3
Bottom

Figure 2
A.Part Lists

Bottom

A - 4 Bottom
Combo

Figure A - 3
Combo

A.Part Lists
(志精)

Combo A - 5
DVD

Figure A - 4
DVD
A.Part Lists

(志精)

(祥和)

A - 6 DVD
LCD

Figure A - 5
LCD

A.Part Lists
LCD A - 7
HDD

Figure A - 6
HDD
A.Part Lists

A - 8 HDD
Schematic Diagrams

Appendix B: Schematic Diagrams


This appendix has circuit diagrams of the W170ER notebook’s PCB’s. 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 VGA NVVDD Cecoupling - Page B - 20 5VS, 3VS, 3.3VM, 1.5VS_CPU - Page B - 38 SCHEMATIC
Ivy Bridge Processor 1/7 - Page B - 3 PantherPoint - M 1/9 - Page B - 21 VDD3, VDD5 - Page B - 39 DIAGRAMS
Ivy Bridge Processor 2/7 - Page B - 4 PantherPoint - M 2/9 - Page B - 22 Power 0.85VS, 1.8VS - Page B - 40

B.Schematic Diagrams
Ivy Bridge Processor 3/7 - Page B - 5 PantherPoint - M 3/9 - Page B - 23 Power 1.5V/0.75V/PEX_VDD - Page B - 41
Ivy Bridge Processor 4/7 - Page B - 6 PantherPoint - M 4/9 - Page B - 24 Power 1.05VS - Page B - 42
Ivy Bridge Processor 5/7 - Page B - 7 PantherPoint - M 5/9 - Page B - 25 Power V-Core1 - Page B - 43
Ivy Bridge Processor 6/7 - Page B - 8 PantherPoint - M 6/9 - Page B - 26 Power V-Core2 - Page B - 44
Ivy Bridge Processor 7/7 - Page B - 9 PantherPoint - M 7/9 - Page B - 27 VGA NVVDD - Page B - 45 
DDR3 SO-DIMM_0 - Page B - 10 PantherPoint - M 8/9 - Page B - 28 AC_IN, Charger - Page B - 46
Version Note
DDR3 SO-DIMM_1 - Page B - 11 PantherPoint - M 9/9 - Page B - 29 W150ERQ Audio Board - Page B - 47
The schematic dia-
Panel, Inverter, CRT - Page B - 12 WLAN, 3G, Mini PCIE - Page B - 30 W150ERQ Click Board - Page B - 48 grams in this chapter
VGA PCI-E Interface - Page B - 13 Charge, TP, FP, Multi-Conn - Page B - 31 W150ERQ Fingerprint Board - Page B - 49 are based upon ver-
sion 6-7P-W17E2-003.
VGA Frame Buffer Interface - Page B - 14 eSATA/USB 3.0 Connector - Page B - 32 W170ER LED & VGA SW Board - Page B - 50 If your mainboard (or
VGA Frame Buffer A - Page B - 15 Card Reader / LAN RTL8411 - Page B - 33 W170ER Power Switch Board - Page B - 51 other boards) are a la-
ter version, please
VGA Frame Buffer A - Page B - 16 SATA HDD, LED, Hotkey, LID SW - Page B - 34 Sequence - Page B - 52 check with the Service
VGA Frame Buffer B - Page B - 17 HDMI, RJ45 - Page B - 35 Center for updated di-
agrams (if required).
VGA Frame Buffer B - Page B - 18 Audio Codec VT1802P - Page B - 36
VGA I/O - Page B - 19 KBC-ITE IT8518E - Page B - 37

B - 1
Schematic Diagrams

System Block Diagram

VDD3,VDD5
W150ERQ/W170ER Chief River System Block Diagram W150ERQ
6IN1 6-7P-W15E6-003
W150ER MAIN BOARD
PCB:6-71-W15E0-D04
GPU NVDIDA N13x NVVDD W150ERQ BOM:6-77-W15E0-D04
W150ERQ BOM:6-77-W15E0-D04-1
W170ERQ BOM:6-77-W17E0-D04
PCIE*8
5V,3V,5VS,3VS,3V3_RUN AUDIO BOARD
1.5VS1.5VS_CPU Ivy Bridge 1067/1333/1600 MHz PHONE JACK x3, USB x1
PCB:6-71-W15EA-D04
1.05VS_VTT DDR3 / 1.5V BOM:6-77-W15EA-D04
Nvidia PROCESSOR SYSTEM SMBUS
Fermi N13P-GT 0.1"~13 DDRIII FINGER PRINTER BOARD
1.8V,0.85VS rPGA988B SO-DIMM2 PCB:6-71-W15EF-D01
GK107-650-A2 BOM:6-77-W15EF-D01
B.Schematic Diagrams

RAM SIZE:1GB
1.5V,0.75VS(VTT_MEM) DDRIII CLICK BOARD
FBVDDQ,PEX_VDD (32MX32)908 Balls SO-DIMM1 PCB:6-71-W15E2-D02
W150ER BOM:6-77-W15E2-D02
W150ER BOM:6-77-W15E2-D02-1
W170ER BOM:6-77-W15E2-D02-A
FDI DMI*4
1.05VS 0.5"~5.5" <=8" AUDIO BOARD
<8" W150ER POWER SWITCH BOARD
LCD CONNECTOR PCB:6-71-W15ES-D01
INT SPKER-R BOM:6-77-W15ES-D01
Sheet 1 of 51
CRT CONNECTOR <15" SPDIF MIC HP
VCORE,VGFX_CORE OUT IN OUT
LED & VGA S/W BOARD
System Block PantherPoint USB2.0 PORT9
PCB:6-71-B5134-D03
BOM:6-77-B5134-103-A

Diagram
HDMI Connector LEVEL SHIFT W150ER (INT SPK R)
PS8171 Controller
Hub (PCH) W170ER
W150ER
2IN1 6-7P-W17E2-003
VGA LED BIOS
BOARD SPI INT. K/B Optional INT SPKER-L POWER SWITCH BOARD
TPM 1.2 W170ERQ PCB:6-71-W17ES-D03
Azalia Codec BOM:6-77-W17ES-D03
25x25mm VIA
POWER BOARD
EC 989 Ball FCBGA VT1802P LED & VGA S/W BOARD
ITE 8518E/HX W170ERQ PCB:6-71-W17E4-D02
BOM:6-77-W17E4-D02
128pins LQFP LPC 33 MHz INT MIC
CLICK BOARD 0.5"~11"
14*14*1.6m m
ELAN
6-49-W25A2-011
ME 24 MHz AZALIA LINK
TOUCH PAD SPI
32.768 KHz 100 MHz PCIE <12"
EC SMBUS
Optional
Mini PCIE Mini PCIE
THERMAL SMART SMART SOCKET SOCKET REALTEK
SENSOR FAN BATTERY 3G/MSATA CARD WLAN RTL8411
W83L771AWG AC-IN 32.768KHz SATA PORT3 CARD
USB2.0 PORT8 LAN READER
USB2.0 PORT10
25
<12" SATA I/II/III 3.0~6.0Gb/s
5 Gbps USB3.0 MHz
Reserve 7IN1
1"~16" USB2.0 480 Mbps TI TPS2540A RJ-45
SOCKET
USB Charge
SATA PORT0 SATA PORT1
MASTER SLAVE
SATA HDD SATA HDD
FINGER PRINTER BOARD
SATA PORT4 Charge Function
Optional Reserve
USB2.0 PORT4 USB2.0 PORT0 USB2.0 PORT1 USB2.0 PORT2
SATA PORT2 CCD
FingerPrint (USB3.0 PORT1) (USB3.0 PORT2) (USB3.0 PORT3)
SATA ODD USB2.0 PORT5
48MHz USB3.0+ESATA USB3.0 USB3.0

B - 2 System Block Diagram


Schematic Diagrams

Ivy Bridge Processor 1/7

Ivy Bridge Processor 1/7 ( DMI,PEG,FDI )

1.05VS_VTT

CPU U17A
J22 PEG_IR COMP_R R 12 24.9_1%_04
PEG_IC OMPI J21
B27 PEG_ICOMPO H22
H 10 H6 H7 22 D MI_TXN 0 B25 D MI_R X#[0] PEG_R COMPO
H 8_0D 4_4 H8_0D4_4 H 8_0D 4_4 22 D MI_TXN 1 A25 D MI_R X#[1]
22 D MI_TXN 2 B24 D MI_R X#[2] K33
PEG Compensation Signal
22 D MI_TXN 3 D MI_R X#[3] PEG_RX#[0] M35 PEG_RX#0 12
B28 PEG_RX#[1] L34 PEG_RX#1 12
22 D MI_TXP0 B26 D MI_R X[0] PEG_RX#[2] J35 PEG_RX#2 12 CAD NOTE: PEG_ICOMPI and RCOMPO signals
22 D MI_TXP1 A24 D MI_R X[1] PEG_RX#[3] J32 PEG_RX#3 12 should be shorted and routed with

DMI
22 D MI_TXP2 B23 D MI_R X[2] PEG_RX#[4] H34 PEG_RX#4 12
22 D MI_TXP3 D MI_R X[3] PEG_RX#[5] H31 PEG_RX#5 12 - max length = 500 mils
G21 PEG_RX#[6] G33 PEG_RX#6 12
22 DMI_RXN0 D MI_TX#[0] PEG_RX#[7] PEG_RX#7 12 - typical impedance = 43 mohms
E22 G30
22 DMI_RXN1 F21 D MI_TX#[1] PEG_RX#[8] F35 PEG_ICOMPO signals should be routed with
22 DMI_RXN2 D 21 D MI_TX#[2] PEG_RX#[9] E34 - max length = 500 mils

B.Schematic Diagrams
22 DMI_RXN3 D MI_TX#[3] PEG_R X#[10] E32
G22 PEG_R X#[11] D33 - typical impedance = 14.5 mohms
22 DMI_RXP0 D 22 D MI_TX[0] PEG_R X#[12] D31
22 DMI_RXP1 F20 D MI_TX[1] PEG_R X#[13] B33
22 DMI_RXP2 D MI_TX[2] PEG_R X#[14]

PCI EXPRESS* - GRAPHICS


C 21 C32
22 DMI_RXP3 D MI_TX[3] PEG_R X#[15]
J33
PEG_RX[0] L35 PEG_RX0 12
PEG_RX[1] K34 PEG_RX1 12
A21 PEG_RX[2] H35 PEG_RX2 12
22 FDI _TXN0 H 19 F DI0_TX#[0] PEG_RX[3] H32 PEG_RX3 12
22 FDI _TXN1 E19 F DI0_TX#[1] PEG_RX[4] G34 PEG_RX4 12
22 FDI _TXN2 F18 F DI0_TX#[2] PEG_RX[5] G31 PEG_RX5 12

Intel(R) FDI
22 FDI _TXN3 B21 F DI0_TX#[3] PEG_RX[6] F33 PEG_RX6 12
22 FDI _TXN4 C 20 F DI1_TX#[0] PEG_RX[7] F30 PEG_RX7 12
22 FDI _TXN5 F DI1_TX#[1] PEG_RX[8]

Sheet 2 of 51
D 18 E35
22 FDI _TXN6 E17 F DI1_TX#[2] PEG_RX[9] E33
22 FDI _TXN7 F DI1_TX#[3] PEG_RX[10] F32
PEG_RX[11] D34

Ivy Bridge
A22 PEG_RX[12] E31
22 FDI _TXP0 G19 F DI0_TX[0] PEG_RX[13] C33
22 FDI _TXP1 E20 F DI0_TX[1] PEG_RX[14] B32
CAD NOTE: DP_COMPIO and ICOMPO signals 22 FDI _TXP2 G18 F DI0_TX[2] PEG_RX[15]

Processor 1/7
should be shorted near balls and routed with 22 FDI _TXP3 B20 F DI0_TX[3] M29 PEG_TX#_0 C 30 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
22 FDI _TXP4 C 19 F DI1_TX[0] PEG_TX#[0] M32 PEG_TX#_1 PEG_TX#0 12
- typical impedance < 25 mohms C 29 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
22 FDI _TXP5 D 19 F DI1_TX[1] PEG_TX#[1] M31 PEG_TX#_2 PEG_TX#1 12
C 38 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
22 FDI _TXP6 F17 F DI1_TX[2] PEG_TX#[2] L32 PEG_TX#_3 PEG_TX#2 12
C 25 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
22 FDI _TXP7 F DI1_TX[3] PEG_TX#[3] L29 PEG_TX#_4 PEG_TX#3 12
C 24 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
1.05VS_VTT 1.05VS_VTT J18 PEG_TX#[4] K31 PEG_TX#_5 PEG_TX#4 12
C 20 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
22 FD I_FSY N C0 J17 F DI0_F SY N C PEG_TX#[5] K28 PEG_TX#_6 PEG_TX#5 12
C 16 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
22 FD I_FSY N C1 F DI1_F SY N C PEG_TX#[6] J30 PEG_TX#_7 PEG_TX#6 12
C 18 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
H 20 PEG_TX#[7] J28 PEG_TX#7 12
22 FD I_INT F DI_INT PEG_TX#[8] H29
J19 PEG_TX#[9] G27
R308 R307 22 FD I_LSY NC 0 H 17 F DI0_LSY NC PEG_TX#[10] E29
22 FD I_LSY NC 1 F DI1_LSY NC PEG_TX#[11] F27
EDP HPD Function Disable 1K_1%_04 24.9_1%_04 PEG_TX#[12] D28
EDP_HPD: Pull-up10K- DISABLED HPD PEG_TX#[13] F26
PEG_TX#[14] E25
EDP_C OMPIO A18 PEG_TX#[15]
A17 eD P_C OMPIO M28 PEG_TX_0 C 28 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
DP Compensation Signal EDP_H PD B16 eD P_IC OMPO PEG_TX[0] M33 PEG_TX_1 PEG_TX0 12
C 31 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
eD P_H PD PEG_TX[1] M30 PEG_TX_2 PEG_TX1 12
C 41 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
PEG_TX[2] L31 PEG_TX_3 PEG_TX2 12
C 26 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
C 15 PEG_TX[3] L28 PEG_TX_4 PEG_TX3 12
C 22 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
D 15 eD P_AUX PEG_TX[4] K30 PEG_TX_5 PEG_TX4 12
C 21 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
eD P_AUX# PEG_TX[5] K27 PEG_TX_6 PEG_TX5 12

eDP
C 15 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
PEG_TX[6] J29 PEG_TX_7 PEG_TX6 12
C 19 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
C 17 PEG_TX[7] J27 PEG_TX7 12
F16 eD P_TX[0] PEG_TX[8] H28
C 16 eD P_TX[1] PEG_TX[9] G28
G15 eD P_TX[2] PEG_TX[10] E28
eD P_TX[3] PEG_TX[11] F28
C 18 PEG_TX[12] D27
E16 eD P_TX#[0] PEG_TX[13] E26
D 16 eD P_TX#[1] PEG_TX[14] D25
F15 eD P_TX#[2] PEG_TX[15]
eD P_TX#[3]

3.3V PZ98821-364B-01F
1

PTH 1

10K_1%_NTC _06
2

3.3V
Q24
2 1 1:2 (4mils:8mils)
VCC OUT THER M_VOLT 36
C543 8/30
3 C544
GN D R327
*0.1u_10V_X7R _04 *G711ST9U *0.1u_10V_X7R _04
10K_1%_04
1
3
2 3,5,25,26,27,37 1. 05VS_VTT
3,6, 11,18,20,21,22,24,25,26,27,29,30, 31,35,37,39,40,41 3.3V

Ivy Bridge Processor 1/7 B - 3


Schematic Diagrams

Ivy Bridge Processor 2/7

PU/PD for JTAG signals


Ivy Bridge Processor 2/7 ( CLK,MISC,JTAG ) Processor Pullups/Pull downs
1.05VS_VTT

1.05VS_VTT
*51_04 R325 XDP_PREQ#

H_PROCHOT# R49 62_04


RN11 56_8P4R_04
8 1 XDP_TDI_R
7 2 XDP_TMS U17B H_CPUPWRGD_RR33 10K_04
6 3 XDP_TDO_R
5 4 XDP_TCLK
TRACE WIDTH 10MIL, LENGTH <500MILS
51_04 R328 XDP_TRST# A28
BCLK CLK_EXP_P 21

MISC

CLOCKS
C26 A27
25 H_SNB_IVB# PROC_SELECT# BCLK# CLK_EXP_N 21

3.3VS AN34
SKTOCC# A16
DPLL_REF_CLK A15 CLK_DP_P 21
R25 1K_04 XDP_DBR_R DPLL_REF_CLK# CLK_DP_N 21 DDR3 Compensation Signals
H_CATERR# AL33 SM_RCOMP_0 R18 140_1%_04
B.Schematic Diagrams

CATERR#
If PROCHOT# is not used, SM_RCOMP_1 R317 25.5_1%_04

THERMAL
then it must be terminated R31 *10mil_short AN33 R8 CPUDRAMRST# SM_RCOMP_2 R318 200_1%_04
with a 56-£[ +-5% pull-up 21,25,36 H_PECI PECI SM_DRAMRST#

DDR3
MISC
resistor to 1.05VS_VTT .
H_PROCHOT# R46 56_1%_04 H_PROCHOT#_D AL32 AK1 SM_RCOMP_0
42,44 H_PROCHOT# PROCHOT# SM_RCOMP[0]

Sheet 3 of 51
A5 SM_RCOMP_1
SM_RCOMP[1] A4 SM_RCOMP_2
SM_RCOMP[2]
AN32
25 H_THRMTRIP# THERMTRIP#

Ivy Bridge S3 circuit:- DRAM PWR GOOD logic


3.3V 3.3V

Processor 2/7
AP29 XDP_PRDY#
PRDY # AP27 XDP_PREQ#
PREQ# C137
AR26 XDP_TCLK
TCK

*0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
PWR MANAGEMENT
AR27 XDP_TMS R57 R58

JTAG & BPM


AM34 TMS AP30 XDP_TRST# 1.5VS_CPU
22 H_PM_SY NC PM_SYNC TRST#

*200_04

*100K_04
AR28 XDP_TDI_R
TDI AP26 XDP_TDO_R
R32 *10mil_short H_CPUPWRGD_R AP33 TDO R38
25 H_CPUPWRGD UNCOREPWRGOOD
200_1%_04

5
AL35 XDP_DBR_R 1
PMSY S_PWRGD_BUF VDDPWRGOOD_R V8 DBR# 22 PM_DRAM_PWRGD 4 PMSY S_PWRGD_BUF
R48 130_1%_04
SM_DRAMPWROK 2
AT28 22,39 1.8VS_PWRGD
1.05VS_VTT BPM#[0] AR29 U5
Buffered reset to CPU BPM#[1]

3
AR30 *MC74VHC1G08DFT1G R45
BUF_CPU_RST# AR33 BPM#[2] AT30
RESET# BPM#[3] *39_04
AP32 2011.10.25
3.3VS R35 BPM#[4] AR31
BPM#[5] AT31 R50 *10mil_short
BPM#[6]

D
75_04 AR32 Q4
BPM#[7]
R34 G
37,39,40,41 SUSB
R36 43.2_1%_04 BUF_CPU_RST# *MTN7002ZHS3

S
3

10K_04 D PZ98821-364B-01F
Q2B
5G MTDN7002ZHS6R
S H_PROCHOT#
4
6

D
Q3
2G Q2A
24,30 PLT_RST# S MTDN7002ZHS6R G
36 H_PROCHOT#_EC C132
1

MTN7002ZHS3
S3 circuit:- DRAM_RST# to memory

S
R44 47p_50V_NPO_04
R37 *1.5K_1%_04 should be high during S3
R51 C134 100K_04
R28 1.5V
100K_04 68p_50V_NPO_04
*750_1%_04
CAD Note: Capacitor need to be placed R304
close to buffer output pin R306 *0_04 1K_04

Q22
MTN7002ZHS3
CPUDRAMRST# S D R305 1K_04 DDR3_DRAMRST# 9,10

DRAMRST_CNTRL 6,21

G
R319 C515

4.99K_1%_04 0.047u_10V_X7R_04

6,37,40 1.5VS_CPU
6,9,10,27,37,40 1.5V
2,5,25,26,27,37 1.05VS_VTT
2,6,11,18,20,21,22,24,25,26,27,29,30,31,35,37,39,40,41 3.3V
9,10,11,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,29,30,32,33,34,35,36,37,42,44 3.3VS

B - 4 Ivy Bridge Processor 2/7


Schematic Diagrams

Ivy Bridge Processor 3/7

Ivy Bridge Processor 3/7 ( DDR3 )

U17C U17D

AB6 AE2
9 M_A_DQ[63:0] SA_CK[0] AA6 M_A_CLK_DDR0 9 10 M_B_DQ[63:0] SB_CK[0] AD2 M_B_CLK_DDR2 10
C5 SA_CLK#[0] V9 M_A_CLK_DDR#0 9 C9 SB_CLK#[0] R9 M_B_CLK_DDR#2 10
M_A_DQ0 M_B_DQ0
D5 SA_DQ[0] SA_CKE[0] M_A_CKE0 9 A7 SB_DQ[0] SB_CKE[0] M_B_CKE2 10
M_A_DQ1 M_B_DQ1
M_A_DQ2 D3 SA_DQ[1] M_B_DQ2 D10 SB_DQ[1]
M_A_DQ3 D2 SA_DQ[2] M_B_DQ3 C8 SB_DQ[2]
M_A_DQ4 D6 SA_DQ[3] AA5 M_B_DQ4 A9 SB_DQ[3] AE1
C6 SA_DQ[4] SA_CK[1] AB5 M_A_CLK_DDR1 9 A8 SB_DQ[4] SB_CK[1] AD1 M_B_CLK_DDR3 10
M_A_DQ5 M_B_DQ5
C2 SA_DQ[5] SA_CLK#[1] V10 M_A_CLK_DDR#1 9 D9 SB_DQ[5] SB_CLK#[1] R10 M_B_CLK_DDR#3 10
M_A_DQ6 M_B_DQ6
C3 SA_DQ[6] SA_CKE[1] M_A_CKE1 9 D8 SB_DQ[6] SB_CKE[1] M_B_CKE3 10
M_A_DQ7 M_B_DQ7
M_A_DQ8 F10 SA_DQ[7] M_B_DQ8 G4 SB_DQ[7]

B.Schematic Diagrams
M_A_DQ9 F8 SA_DQ[8] M_B_DQ9 F4 SB_DQ[8]
M_A_DQ10 G10 SA_DQ[9] AB4 M_B_DQ10 F1 SB_DQ[9] AB2
M_A_DQ11 G9 SA_DQ[10] SA_CK[2] AA4 M_B_DQ11 G1 SB_DQ[10] SB_CK[2] AA2
M_A_DQ12 F9 SA_DQ[11] SA_CLK#[2] W9 M_B_DQ12 G5 SB_DQ[11] SB_CLK#[2] T9
M_A_DQ13 F7 SA_DQ[12] SA_CKE[2] M_B_DQ13 F5 SB_DQ[12] SB_CKE[2]
M_A_DQ14 G8 SA_DQ[13] M_B_DQ14 F2 SB_DQ[13]
M_A_DQ15 G7 SA_DQ[14] M_B_DQ15 G2 SB_DQ[14]
M_A_DQ16 K4 SA_DQ[15] AB3 M_B_DQ16 J7 SB_DQ[15] AA1
M_A_DQ17 K5 SA_DQ[16] SA_CK[3] AA3 M_B_DQ17 J8 SB_DQ[16] SB_CK[3] AB1
M_A_DQ18 K1 SA_DQ[17] SA_CLK#[3] W10 M_B_DQ18 K10 SB_DQ[17] SB_CLK#[3] T10

Sheet 4 of 51
M_A_DQ19 J1 SA_DQ[18] SA_CKE[3] M_B_DQ19 K9 SB_DQ[18] SB_CKE[3]
M_A_DQ20 J5 SA_DQ[19] M_B_DQ20 J9 SB_DQ[19]
M_A_DQ21 J4 SA_DQ[20] M_B_DQ21 J10 SB_DQ[20]
M_A_DQ22 J2 SA_DQ[21] AK3 M_B_DQ22 K8 SB_DQ[21] AD3
M_A_DQ23
M_A_DQ24
M_A_DQ25
K2
M8
N10
SA_DQ[22]
SA_DQ[23]
SA_DQ[24]
SA_CS#[0]
SA_CS#[1]
SA_CS#[2]
AL3
AG1
AH1
M_A_CS#0
M_A_CS#1
9
9
M_B_DQ23
M_B_DQ24
M_B_DQ25
K7
M5
N4
SB_DQ[22]
SB_DQ[23]
SB_DQ[24]
SB_CS#[0]
SB_CS#[1]
SB_CS#[2]
AE3
AD6
AE6
M_B_CS#2
M_B_CS#3
10
10 Ivy Bridge
Processor 3/7
M_A_DQ26 N8 SA_DQ[25] SA_CS#[3] M_B_DQ26 N2 SB_DQ[25] SB_CS#[3]
M_A_DQ27 N7 SA_DQ[26] M_B_DQ27 N1 SB_DQ[26]
M_A_DQ28 M10 SA_DQ[27] M_B_DQ28 M4 SB_DQ[27]
M_A_DQ29 M9 SA_DQ[28] AH3 M_B_DQ29 N5 SB_DQ[28] AE4
N9 SA_DQ[29] SA_ODT[0] AG3 M_A_ODT0 9 M2 SB_DQ[29] SB_ODT[0] AD4 M_B_ODT2 10
M_A_DQ30 M_B_DQ30
M_A_ODT1 9 M_B_ODT3 10

DDR SYSTEM MEMORY B


M_A_DQ31 M7 SA_DQ[30] SA_ODT[1] AG2 M_B_DQ31 M1 SB_DQ[30] SB_ODT[1] AD5
DDR SYSTEM MEMORY A

M_A_DQ32 AG6 SA_DQ[31] SA_ODT[2] AH2 M_B_DQ32 AM5 SB_DQ[31] SB_ODT[2] AE5
M_A_DQ33 AG5 SA_DQ[32] SA_ODT[3] M_B_DQ33 AM6 SB_DQ[32] SB_ODT[3]
M_A_DQ34 AK6 SA_DQ[33] M_B_DQ34 AR3 SB_DQ[33]
M_A_DQ35 AK5 SA_DQ[34] M_B_DQ35 AP3 SB_DQ[34]
M_A_DQ36 AH5 SA_DQ[35] M_B_DQ36 AN3 SB_DQ[35]
M_A_DQ37 AH6 SA_DQ[36] C4 M_A_DQS#0 M_A_DQS#[7:0] 9 M_B_DQ37 AN2 SB_DQ[36] D7 M_B_DQS#0 M_B_DQS#[7:0] 10
M_A_DQ38 AJ5 SA_DQ[37] SA_DQS#[0] G6 M_A_DQS#1 M_B_DQ38 AN1 SB_DQ[37] SB_DQS#[0] F3 M_B_DQS#1
M_A_DQ39 AJ6 SA_DQ[38] SA_DQS#[1] J3 M_A_DQS#2 M_B_DQ39 AP2 SB_DQ[38] SB_DQS#[1] K6 M_B_DQS#2
M_A_DQ40 AJ8 SA_DQ[39] SA_DQS#[2] M6 M_A_DQS#3 M_B_DQ40 AP5 SB_DQ[39] SB_DQS#[2] N3 M_B_DQS#3
M_A_DQ41 AK8 SA_DQ[40] SA_DQS#[3] AL6 M_A_DQS#4 M_B_DQ41 AN9 SB_DQ[40] SB_DQS#[3] AN5 M_B_DQS#4
M_A_DQ42 AJ9 SA_DQ[41] SA_DQS#[4] AM8 M_A_DQS#5 M_B_DQ42 AT5 SB_DQ[41] SB_DQS#[4] AP9 M_B_DQS#5
M_A_DQ43 AK9 SA_DQ[42] SA_DQS#[5] AR12 M_A_DQS#6 M_B_DQ43 AT6 SB_DQ[42] SB_DQS#[5] AK12 M_B_DQS#6
M_A_DQ44 AH8 SA_DQ[43] SA_DQS#[6] AM15 M_A_DQS#7 M_B_DQ44 AP6 SB_DQ[43] SB_DQS#[6] AP15 M_B_DQS#7
M_A_DQ45 AH9 SA_DQ[44] SA_DQS#[7] M_B_DQ45 AN8 SB_DQ[44] SB_DQS#[7]
M_A_DQ46 AL9 SA_DQ[45] M_B_DQ46 AR6 SB_DQ[45]
M_A_DQ47 AL8 SA_DQ[46] M_B_DQ47 AR5 SB_DQ[46]
M_A_DQ48 AP11 SA_DQ[47] M_B_DQ48 AR9 SB_DQ[47]
M_A_DQ49 AN11 SA_DQ[48] D4 M_A_DQS0 M_A_DQS[7:0] 9 M_B_DQ49 AJ11 SB_DQ[48] C7 M_B_DQS0 M_B_DQS[7:0] 10
M_A_DQ50 AL12 SA_DQ[49] SA_DQS[0] F6 M_A_DQS1 M_B_DQ50 AT8 SB_DQ[49] SB_DQS[0] G3 M_B_DQS1
M_A_DQ51 AM12 SA_DQ[50] SA_DQS[1] K3 M_A_DQS2 M_B_DQ51 AT9 SB_DQ[50] SB_DQS[1] J6 M_B_DQS2
M_A_DQ52 AM11 SA_DQ[51] SA_DQS[2] N6 M_A_DQS3 M_B_DQ52 AH11 SB_DQ[51] SB_DQS[2] M3 M_B_DQS3
M_A_DQ53 AL11 SA_DQ[52] SA_DQS[3] AL5 M_A_DQS4 M_B_DQ53 AR8 SB_DQ[52] SB_DQS[3] AN6 M_B_DQS4
M_A_DQ54 AP12 SA_DQ[53] SA_DQS[4] AM9 M_A_DQS5 M_B_DQ54 AJ12 SB_DQ[53] SB_DQS[4] AP8 M_B_DQS5
M_A_DQ55 AN12 SA_DQ[54] SA_DQS[5] AR11 M_A_DQS6 M_B_DQ55 AH12 SB_DQ[54] SB_DQS[5] AK11 M_B_DQS6
M_A_DQ56 AJ14 SA_DQ[55] SA_DQS[6] AM14 M_A_DQS7 M_B_DQ56 AT11 SB_DQ[55] SB_DQS[6] AP14 M_B_DQS7
M_A_DQ57 AH14 SA_DQ[56] SA_DQS[7] M_B_DQ57 AN14 SB_DQ[56] SB_DQS[7]
M_A_DQ58 AL15 SA_DQ[57] M_B_DQ58 AR14 SB_DQ[57]
M_A_DQ59 AK15 SA_DQ[58] M_B_DQ59 AT14 SB_DQ[58]
M_A_DQ60 AL14 SA_DQ[59] M_B_DQ60 AT12 SB_DQ[59]
AK14 SA_DQ[60] AD10 M_A_A[15:0] 9 AN15 SB_DQ[60] AA8 M_B_A[15:0] 10
M_A_DQ61 M_A_A0 M_B_DQ61 M_B_A0
M_A_DQ62 AJ15 SA_DQ[61] SA_MA[0] W1 M_A_A1 M_B_DQ62 AR15 SB_DQ[61] SB_MA[0] T7 M_B_A1
M_A_DQ63 AH15 SA_DQ[62] SA_MA[1] W2 M_A_A2 M_B_DQ63 AT15 SB_DQ[62] SB_MA[1] R7 M_B_A2
SA_DQ[63] SA_MA[2] W7 M_A_A3 SB_DQ[63] SB_MA[2] T6 M_B_A3
SA_MA[3] V3 M_A_A4 SB_MA[3] T2 M_B_A4
SA_MA[4] V2 M_A_A5 SB_MA[4] T4 M_B_A5
SA_MA[5] W3 M_A_A6 SB_MA[5] T3 M_B_A6
AE10 SA_MA[6] W6 M_A_A7 AA9 SB_MA[6] R2 M_B_A7
9 M_A_BS0 AF10 SA_BS[0] SA_MA[7] V1 10 M_B_BS0 AA7 SB_BS[0] SB_MA[7] T5
M_A_A8 M_B_A8
9 M_A_BS1 V6 SA_BS[1] SA_MA[8] W5 10 M_B_BS1 R6 SB_BS[1] SB_MA[8] R3
M_A_A9 M_B_A9
9 M_A_BS2 SA_BS[2] SA_MA[9] AD8 10 M_B_BS2 SB_BS[2] SB_MA[9] AB7
M_A_A10 M_B_A10
SA_MA[10] V4 M_A_A11 SB_MA[10] R1 M_B_A11
SA_MA[11] W4 M_A_A12 SB_MA[11] T1 M_B_A12
AE8 SA_MA[12] AF8 M_A_A13 AA10 SB_MA[12] AB10 M_B_A13
9 M_A_CAS# AD9 SA_CAS# SA_MA[13] V5 10 M_B_CAS# AB8 SB_CAS# SB_MA[13] R5
M_A_A14 M_B_A14
9 M_A_RAS# AF9 SA_RAS# SA_MA[14] V7 10 M_B_RAS# AB9 SB_RAS# SB_MA[14] R4
M_A_A15 M_B_A15
9 M_A_WE# SA_WE# SA_MA[15] 10 M_B_WE# SB_WE# SB_MA[15]

PZ98821-364B-01F PZ98821-364B-01F

Ivy Bridge Processor 3/7 B - 5


Schematic Diagrams

Ivy Bridge Processor 4/7


Ivy Bridge Processor 4/7 ( POWER )
U17F POWER
PROCESSOR CORE POWER PROCESSOR UNCORE POWER
ICCMAX Maximum Processor SV VCORE
48A 1.05VS_VTT 8.5A 1.05VS_VTT
48 AG35
AG34 VCC1 AH13
VCORE AG33 VCC2 VCCIO1 AH10
AG32 VCC3 VCCIO2 AG10 C53 C17 C54 C61 C52 + C554
AG31 VCC4 VCCIO3 AC10 560u_2.5V_6.6*6.6*5.9
C45 C526 C69 C82 C529 AG30 VCC5 VCCIO4 Y10 *22u_6.3V_X5R_08 *22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 *22u_6.3V_X5R_08
AG29 VCC6 VCCIO5 U10
AG28 VCC7 VCCIO6 P10

*22u_6.3V_X5R_08

22u_6.3V_X5R_08

*22u_6.3V_X5R_08

22u_6.3V_X5R_08

22u_6.3V_X5R_08
AG27 VCC8 VCCIO7 L10
AG26 VCC9 VCCIO8 J14
AF35 VCC10 VCCIO9 J13
AF34 VCC11 VCCIO10 J12
AF33 VCC12 VCCIO11 J11 C27 C23 C36 C68 C551 + C527
AF32 VCC13 VCCIO12 H14 *330u_2.5V_V_A
AF31 VCC14 VCCIO13 H12 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 *22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08
AF30 VCC15 VCCIO14 H11
AF29 VCC16 VCCIO15 G14
AF28 VCC17 VCCIO16 G13
B.Schematic Diagrams

VCC18 VCCIO17

PEG AND DDR


AF27 G12
C48 C70 C96 C546 AF26 VCC19 VCCIO18 F14
AD35 VCC20 VCCIO19 F13
AD34 VCC21 VCCIO20 F12

*22u_6.3V_X5R_08

*22u_6.3V_X5R_08

22u_6.3V_X5R_08

22u_6.3V_X5R_08
AD33 VCC22 VCCIO21 F11 C35 C532 C37 C79 C51
AD32 VCC23 VCCIO22 E14
AD31 VCC24 VCCIO23 E12 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 *22u_6.3V_X5R_08 *22u_6.3V_X5R_08 *22u_6.3V_X5R_08
AD30 VCC25 VCCIO24

Sheet 5 of 51
AD29 VCC26 E11
AD28 VCC27 VCCIO25 D14
AD27 VCC28 VCCIO26 D13
AD26 VCC29 VCCIO27 D12

Ivy Bridge
AC35 VCC30 VCCIO28 D11
AC34 VCC31 VCCIO29 C14
AC33 VCC32 VCCIO30 C13
C525 C103 C64 C106 AC32 VCC33 VCCIO31 C12

Processor 4/7
AC31 VCC34 VCCIO32 C11
AC30 VCC35 VCCIO33 B14

22u_6.3V_X5R_08

22u_6.3V_X5R_08

*22u_6.3V_X5R_08

*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
AC29 VCC36 VCCIO34 B12
AC28 VCC37 VCCIO35 A14
AC27 VCC38 VCCIO36 A13
AC26 VCC39 VCCIO37 A12
AA35 VCC40 VCCIO38 A11
AA34 VCC41 VCCIO39
AA33 VCC42 J23 1.05VS_VCCP_F R13 *15mil_short_06
AA32 VCC43 VCCIO40 1.05VS_VTT
AA31 VCC44
AA30 VCC45
AA29 VCC46
AA28 VCC47
AA27 VCC48
AA26 VCC49
VCC50

CORE SUPPLY
VCORE Y35
Y34 VCC51 CAD Note: H_CPU_SVIDALRT#_R,H_CPU_SVIDDAT_R
Y33 VCC52 Place the PU resistors close to CPU
Y32 VCC53
C107 C75 C533 C90 Y31 VCC54 SVID Signals
Y30 VCC55
Y29 VCC56 1.05VS_VTT
*10u_6.3V_X5R_06

10u_6.3V_X5R_06

10u_6.3V_X5R_06

10u_6.3V_X5R_06

Y28 VCC57
Y27 VCC58
Y26 VCC59 H_CPU_SVIDALRT# R54 75_04
V35 VCC60 H_CPU_SVIDCLK R53 *54.9_1%_04
VCC61

SVID
V34 AJ29 H_CPU_SVIDALRT#_R R41 43.2_1%_04 H_CPU_SVIDDAT_R R55 130_1%_04
V33 VCC62 VIDALERT# AJ30 H_CPU_SVIDALRT# 42
H_CPU_SVIDCLK_R R40 *10mil_short
V32 VCC63 VIDSCLK AJ28 H_CPU_SVIDCLK 42
H_CPU_SVIDDAT_R R42 *10mil_short
V31 VCC64 VIDSOUT H_CPU_SVIDDAT 42
V30 VCC65
V29 VCC66
V28 VCC67 CAD Note: H_CPU_SVIDCLK_R
C72 C55 C531 C77 V27 VCC68 Place the PU
V26 VCC69
U35 VCC70 resistors close to VR
*10u_6.3V_X5R_06

10u_6.3V_X5R_06

*10u_6.3V_X5R_06
*10u_6.3V_X5R_06

U34 VCC71
U33 VCC72
U32 VCC73
U31 VCC74
U30 VCC75
U29 VCC76
U28 VCC77
U27 VCC78
U26 VCC79 VCORE_VCC_SENSE 42
R35 VCC80 VCORE_VSS_SENSE 42
R34 VCC81
R33 VCC82
R32 VCC83
R31 VCC84 1.05VS_VTT
R30 VCC85
R29 VCC86
VCC87
R28
SENSE LINES
R27 VCC88 AJ35 R310
R26 VCC89 VCC_SENSE AJ34
VCC90 VSS_SENSE 10_04
P35
P34 VCC91
P33 VCC92
P32 VCC93 B10
P31 VCC94 VCCIO_SENSE A10 VCCP_SENSE 41
P30 VCC95 VSS_SENSE_VCCIO VSSP_SENSE 41
P29 VCC96
P28 VCC97
P27 VCC98
P26 VCC99 R311
VCC100 10_04

42,43 VCORE
2,3,25,26,27,37 1.05VS_VTT
PZ98821-364B-01F

B - 6 Ivy Bridge Processor 4/7


Schematic Diagrams

Ivy Bridge Processor 5/7

Ivy Bridge Processor 5/7 ( GRAPHICS POWER )


1.5VS_CPU

U17G
POWER R26
VGFX_CORE
46A Q1 1K_1%_04

SENSE
LINES
AT24 AK35 *AO3402L
AT23 VAXG1 VAXG_SENSE AK34 VR1_VCCGT_SENSEA 42 S D
V_SM_VREF V_SM_VREF_CNT
AT21 VAXG2 VSSAXG_SENSE VR1_VSSGT_SENSEA 42
C109 C99 C536 C111 C135
AT20 VAXG3 R20
AT18 VAXG4 10/22
22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 *22u_6.3V_X5R_08 R27 C131
VAXG5

G
AT17 *100K_1%_04
AR24 VAXG6

0.1u_10V_X5R_04
1K_1%_04
AR23 VAXG7
AR21 VAXG8 SUSB# 22,36,37,39
AR20 VAXG9
C136 C535 C112 C93 C94 AR18 VAXG10 AL1 V_SM_VREF R22 *10mil_short V_SM_VREF_CNT
AR17 VAXG11 SM_VREF
VAXG12

VREF

B.Schematic Diagrams
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 AP24 C700
AP23 VAXG13
AP21 VAXG14 1u_6.3V_X5R_04
AP20 VAXG15 B4 VREF_CH_A_DIMM
AP18 VAXG16 SA_DIMM_VREFDQ D1 VREF_CH_B_DIMM
AP17 VAXG17 SB_DIMM_VREFDQ
C100 C534 C537 C89 AN24 VAXG18
AN23 VAXG19
22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 *22u_6.3V_X5R_08 *22u_6.3V_X5R_08 AN21 VAXG20
AN20 VAXG21 CAD Note: +V_SM_VREF should
VAXG22

DDR3 -1.5V RAILS


AN18 have 10 mil trace width 1.5VS_CPU
AN17 VAXG23
VAXG24
12A

GRAPHICS
AM24 AF7
AM23
AM21
AM20
AM18
VAXG25
VAXG26
VAXG27
VAXG28
VDDQ1
VDDQ2
VDDQ3
VDDQ4
AF4
AF1
AC7
AC4
C727 C726 C42 C71 C59 + C572 Sheet 6 of 51
Ivy Bridge
22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 560u_2.5V_6.6*6.6*5.9
AM17 VAXG29 VDDQ5 AC1
AL24 VAXG30 VDDQ6 Y7
C140 C139 AL23 VAXG31 VDDQ7 Y4
AL21 VAXG32 VDDQ8 Y1
AL20 VAXG33 VDDQ9 U7
Processor 5/7
*330u_2.5V_V_A
*330u_2.5V_V_A

+ + C120
AL18 VAXG34 VDDQ10 U4 C728 C729
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08 AL17 VAXG35 VDDQ11 U1
AK24 VAXG36 VDDQ12 P7 *22u_6.3V_X5R_08 *22u_6.3V_X5R_08
AK23 VAXG37 VDDQ13 P4
AK21 VAXG38 VDDQ14 P1
AK20 VAXG39 VDDQ15
AK18 VAXG40
AK17 VAXG41
AJ24 VAXG42
AJ23 VAXG43
AJ21 VAXG44
AJ20 VAXG45 0.85VS
AJ18 VAXG46
VAXG47
6A
AJ17 M27
VAXG48 VCCSA1

SA RAIL
AH24 M26
AH23 VAXG49 VCCSA2 L26
AH21 VAXG50 VCCSA3 J26 C524 C523 + C528
AH20 VAXG51 VCCSA4 J25
AH18 VAXG52 VCCSA5 J24 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 *330u_2.5V_V_A
AH17 VAXG53 VCCSA6 H26
VAXG54 VCCSA7 H25
VCCSA8

1.05VS
1.8V RAIL

1.8VS H23 VCCSA_SENSE


VCCSA_SENSE VCCSA_SENSE 39
R312
1.2A
B6 R314 10K_04 *10K_04
VCCPLL1
MISC

A6 C22 R315 *10mil_short


A2 VCCPLL2 VCCSA_VID[0] C24 VCCSA_VID0 39
+ C514 C516 C520 C519 VCCSA_VID1 39
VCCPLL3 VCCSA_VID[1]
*100u_6.3V_B_A 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 R316 10K_04 3.3V R313 1.5V

A19 H_SNB_IVB#_PWRCTRL_R R309 *10mil_short H_SNB_IVB#_PWRCTRL 10K_04


VCCIO_SEL

PZ98821-364B-01F

C586 C587
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0.1u_10V_X5R_04

0.1u_10V_X5R_04
1.5V H_SNB_IVB#_PWRCTRL = low, 1.0V
1.5V R295 *0_04
H_SNB_IVB#_PWRCTRL = high/NC, 1.05V 1.5VS_CPU

R293 *0_04
R296
R290 Q20
*AO3402L 1K_1%_04
Q19 1K_1%_04 VREF_CH_B_DIMM S D MVREF_DQ_DIM1
MVREF_DQ_DIMMB 10
*AO3402L
VREF_CH_A_DIMM S D MVREF_DQ_DIM0
MVREF_DQ_DIMMA 9
R299 R300 C511
G

*1K_04 39 0.85VS
R297 R292 C508 1K_1%_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 42,43 VGFX_CORE
G

*1K_04 3,37,40 1.5VS_CPU


1K_1%_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 26,35,37 1.5VS
25,26,39 1.8VS
3,9,10,27,37,40 1.5V
21,22,26,27,37,40,41,42 1.05VS
DRAMRST_CNTRL 3,6,21 2,3,11,18,20,21,22,24,25,26,27,29,30,31,35,37,39,40,41 3.3V
DRAMRST_CNTRL 3,6,21 3,9,10,11,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,29,30,32,33,34,35,36,37,42,44 3.3VS

Ivy Bridge Processor 5/7 B - 7


Schematic Diagrams

Ivy Bridge Processor 6/7

Ivy Bridge Processor 6/7 ( GND )


U17H U17I
AT35 AJ22
AT32 VSS1 VSS81 AJ19
AT29 VSS2 VSS82 AJ16 T35 F22
AT27 VSS3 VSS83 AJ13 T34 VSS161 VSS234 F19
AT25 VSS4 VSS84 AJ10 T33 VSS162 VSS235 E30
AT22 VSS5 VSS85 AJ7 T32 VSS163 VSS236 E27
AT19 VSS6 VSS86 AJ4 T31 VSS164 VSS237 E24
AT16 VSS7 VSS87 AJ3 T30 VSS165 VSS238 E21
AT13 VSS8 VSS88 AJ2 T29 VSS166 VSS239 E18
CAD Note: 0 ohm resistor AT10 VSS9 VSS89 AJ1 T28 VSS167 VSS240 E15
should be placed close AT7 VSS10 VSS90 AH35 T27 VSS168 VSS241 E13
B.Schematic Diagrams

AT4 VSS11 VSS91 AH34 T26 VSS169 VSS242 E10


to CPU AT3 VSS12 VSS92 AH32 P9 VSS170 VSS243 E9
AR25 VSS13 VSS93 AH30 P8 VSS171 VSS244 E8
AR22 VSS14 VSS94 AH29 P6 VSS172 VSS245 E7
AR19 VSS15 VSS95 AH28 P5 VSS173 VSS246 E6
AR16 VSS16 VSS96 AH25 P3 VSS174 VSS247 E5
AR13 VSS17 VSS98 AH22 P2 VSS175 VSS248 E4
AR10 VSS18 VSS99 AH19 N35 VSS176 VSS249 E3
AR7 VSS19 VSS100 AH16 N34 VSS177 VSS250 E2
AR4 VSS20 VSS101 AH7 N33 VSS178 VSS251 E1
AR2 VSS21 VSS102 AH4 N32 VSS179 VSS252 D35
Sheet 7 of 51 AP34
AP31
AP28
VSS22
VSS23
VSS24
VSS103
VSS104
VSS105
AG9
AG8
AG4
N31
N30
N29
VSS180
VSS181
VSS182
VSS253
VSS254
VSS255
D32
D29
D26

Ivy Bridge AP25


AP22
AP19
VSS25
VSS26
VSS27
VSS106
VSS107
VSS108
AF6
AF5
AF3
N28
N27
N26
VSS183
VSS184
VSS185
VSS256
VSS257
VSS258
D20
D17
C34

Processor 6/7 AP16 VSS28 VSS109 AF2 M34 VSS186 VSS259 C31
AP13 VSS29 VSS110 AE35 L33 VSS187 VSS260 C28
AP10 VSS30 VSS111 AE34 L30 VSS188 VSS261 C27
AP7 VSS31 VSS112 AE33 L27 VSS189 VSS262 C25
AP4 VSS32 VSS113 AE32 L9 VSS190 VSS263 C23
AP1 VSS33 VSS114 AE31 L8 VSS191 VSS264 C10
AN30 VSS34 VSS115 AE30 L6 VSS192 VSS265 C1
AN27 VSS35 VSS116 AE29 L5 VSS193 VSS266 B22
AN25 VSS36 VSS117 AE28 L4 VSS194 VSS267 B19
AN22
AN19
AN16
VSS37
VSS38
VSS39
VSS VSS118
VSS119
VSS120
AE27
AE26
AE9
L3
L2
L1
VSS195
VSS196
VSS197
VSS VSS268
VSS269
VSS270
B17
B15
B13
AN13 VSS40 VSS121 AD7 K35 VSS198 VSS271 B11
AN10 VSS41 VSS122 AC9 K32 VSS199 VSS272 B9
AN7 VSS42 VSS123 AC8 K29 VSS200 VSS273 B8
AN4 VSS43 VSS124 AC6 K26 VSS201 VSS274 B7
AM29 VSS44 VSS125 AC5 J34 VSS202 VSS275 B5
AM25 VSS45 VSS126 AC3 J31 VSS203 VSS276 B3
AM22 VSS46 VSS127 AC2 H33 VSS204 VSS277 B2
AM19 VSS47 VSS128 AB35 H30 VSS205 VSS278 A35
AM16 VSS48 VSS129 AB34 H27 VSS206 VSS279 A32
AM13 VSS49 VSS130 AB33 H24 VSS207 VSS280 A29
AM10 VSS50 VSS131 AB32 H21 VSS208 VSS281 A26
AM7 VSS51 VSS132 AB31 H18 VSS209 VSS282 A23
AM4 VSS52 VSS133 AB30 H15 VSS210 VSS283 A20
AM3 VSS53 VSS134 AB29 H13 VSS211 VSS284 A3
AM2 VSS54 VSS135 AB28 H10 VSS212 VSS285
AM1 VSS55 VSS136 AB27 H9 VSS213
AL34 VSS56 VSS137 AB26 H8 VSS214
AL31 VSS57 VSS138 Y9 H7 VSS215
AL28 VSS58 VSS139 Y8 H6 VSS216
AL25 VSS59 VSS140 Y6 H5 VSS217
AL22 VSS60 VSS141 Y5 H4 VSS218
AL19 VSS61 VSS142 Y3 H3 VSS219
AL16 VSS62 VSS143 Y2 H2 VSS220
AL13 VSS63 VSS144 W35 H1 VSS221
AL10 VSS64 VSS145 W34 G35 VSS222
AL7 VSS65 VSS146 W33 G32 VSS223
AL4 VSS66 VSS147 W32 G29 VSS224
AL2 VSS67 VSS148 W31 G26 VSS225
AK33 VSS68 VSS149 W30 G23 VSS226
AK30 VSS69 VSS150 W29 G20 VSS227
AK27 VSS70 VSS151 W28 G17 VSS228
AK25 VSS71 VSS152 W27 G11 VSS229
AK22 VSS72 VSS153 W26 F34 VSS230
AK19 VSS73 VSS154 U9 F31 VSS231
AK16 VSS74 VSS155 U8 F29 VSS232
AK13 VSS75 VSS156 U6 VSS233
AK10 VSS76 VSS157 U5
AK7 VSS77 VSS158 U3
AK4 VSS78 VSS159 U2
AJ25 VSS79 VSS160
VSS80

PZ98821-364B-01F PZ98821-364B-01F

B - 8 Ivy Bridge Processor 6/7


Schematic Diagrams

Ivy Bridge Processor 7/7

Ivy Bridge Processor 7/7 ( RESERVED )


CFG Straps for Processor
PEG Static Lane Reversal - CFG2 is for the 16x

1:(Default) Normal Operation; Lane #


CFG2 definition matches socket pin map definition U17E
0:Lane Reversed
AH27
CFG0 AK28 VCC_DIE_SENSE AH26
CFG2 R56 *1K_04 AK29 CFG[0] VSS_DIE_SENSE
CFG2 AL26 CFG[1]
AL27 CFG[2]
CFG4 AK26 CFG[3] L7
CFG5 AL29 CFG[4] RSVD28 AG7
CFG6 AL30 CFG[5] RSVD29 AE7
CFG7 AM31 CFG[6] RSVD30 AK2
CFG[7] RSVD31

B.Schematic Diagrams
AM32
CFG[8]

CFG
Display Port Presence Strap AM30 W8
AM28 CFG[9] RSVD32
AM26 CFG[10]
1:(Default) Disabled; No Physical Display Port AN28 CFG[11] AT26
CFG4 attached to Embedded Display Port AN31
AN26
CFG[12]
CFG[13]
RSVD33
RSVD34
AM33
AJ27
0:Enabled; An external Display Port device is AM27 CFG[14] RSVD35
connected to the Embedded Display Port AK31
AN29
CFG[15]
CFG[16]
CFG[17]
Sheet 8 of 51
CFG4 R47 *1K_04
AJ31
RSVD37
RSVD38
T8
J16
H16
Ivy Bridge
Processor 7/7
AH31 VAXG_VAL_SENSE RSVD39 G16
AJ33 VSSAXG_VAL_SENSE RSVD40
AH33 VCC_VAL_SENSE
VSS_VAL_SENSE

AJ26 AR35
RSVD5 RSVD_NCTF41 AT34

RESERVED
RSVD_NCTF42 AT33
RSVD_NCTF43 AP35
RSVD_NCTF44 AR34
RSVD_NCTF45

F25
F24 RSVD8
F23 RSVD9
PCIE Port Bifurcation Straps D24 RSVD10 B34
G25 RSVD11 RSVD_NCTF46 A33
G24 RSVD12 RSVD_NCTF47 A34
11: (Default) x16 - Device 1 functions 1 and 2 disabled E23 RSVD13 RSVD_NCTF48 B35
10: x8, x8 - Device 1 function 1 enabled ; function 2 disabled D23 RSVD14 RSVD_NCTF49 C35
C30 RSVD15 RSVD_NCTF50
CFG[6:5] 01: Reserved - (Device 1 function 1 disabled ; function 2 enabled) A31
B30
RSVD16
RSVD17
00: x8,x4,x4 - Device 1 functions 1 and 2 enabled RSVD18
B29
D30 RSVD19 AJ32
B31 RSVD20 RSVD51 AK32
CFG5 R52 *1K_04 A30 RSVD21 RSVD52
C29 RSVD22
RSVD23
CFG6 R39 *1K_04 AN35 BCLK_ITP
J20 BCLK_ITP AM35 BCLK_ITP#
B18 RSVD24 BCLK_ITP#
RSVD25

J15 AT2
RSVD27 RSVD_NCTF56 AT1
RSVD_NCTF57 AR1
RSVD_NCTF58

B1
KEY

PZ98821-364B-01F
PEG DEFER TRAINING
1: (Default) PEG Train immediately following xxRESETB de assertion
CFG7 0: PEG Wait for BIOS for training

CFG7 R43 *1K_04

3,6,9,10,27,37,40 1.5V
2,3,6,11,18,20,21,22,24,25,26,27,29,30,31,35,37,39,40,41 3.3V

Ivy Bridge Processor 7/7 B - 9


Schematic Diagrams

DDR3 SO-DIMM_0

SO-DIMM A
CHANGE TO STANDARD
C73 *10p_50V_NPO_04
M_A_CLK_DDR0 M_A_CLK_DDR#0
JDIMM1A
4 M_A_A[15:0] M_A_A0 98 5 M_A_DQ0 M_A_DQ[63:0] 4
C81 *10p_50V_NPO_04 JDIMM1B
M_A_CLK_DDR1 M_A_CLK_DDR#1 M_A_A1 97 A0 DQ0 7 M_A_DQ1
M_A_A2 96 A1 DQ1 15 M_A_DQ2
M_A_A3 95 A2 DQ2 17 M_A_DQ3 1.5V
M_A_A4 92 A3 DQ3 4 M_A_DQ4
M_A_A5 91 A4 DQ4 6 M_A_DQ5 75 44
M_A_A6 90 A5 DQ5 16 M_A_DQ6 76 VDD1 VSS16 48
M_A_A7 86 A6 DQ6 18 M_A_DQ7 81 VDD2 VSS17 49
M_A_A8 89 A7 DQ7 21 M_A_DQ8 82 VDD3 VSS18 54
Layout Note: M_A_A9 85 A8 DQ8 23 M_A_DQ9 87 VDD4 VSS19 55
M_A_A10 107 A9 DQ9 33 M_A_DQ10 88 VDD5 VSS20 60
signa l/space/signa l: M_A_A11 84 A10/AP DQ10 35 M_A_DQ11 93 VDD6 VSS21 61
B.Schematic Diagrams

M_A_A12 83 A11 DQ11 22 M_A_DQ12 94 VDD7 VSS22 65


8/4/8 M_A_A13 119 A12/BC# DQ12 24 M_A_DQ13 3.3VS 99 VDD8 VSS23 66
M_A_A14 80 A13 DQ13 34 M_A_DQ14 100 VDD9 VSS24 71
M_A_A15 78 A14 DQ14 36 M_A_DQ15 20mils 105 VDD10 VSS25 72
A15 DQ15 39 M_A_DQ16 106 VDD11 VSS26 127
109 DQ16 41 M_A_DQ17 C141 C138 111 VDD12 VSS27 128
4 M_A_BS0 108 BA0 DQ17 51 M_A_DQ18 112 VDD13 VSS28 133
4 M_A_BS1 79 BA1 DQ18 53 M_A_DQ19 117 VDD14 VSS29 134
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04

Sheet 9 of 51
4 M_A_BS2 114 BA2 DQ19 40 M_A_DQ20 118 VDD15 VSS30 138
4 M_A_CS#0 121 S0# DQ20 42 M_A_DQ21 123 VDD16 VSS31 139
4 M_A_CS#1 101 S1# DQ21 50 M_A_DQ22 124 VDD17 VSS32 144
4 M_A_CLK_DDR0 103 CK0 DQ22 52 M_A_DQ23 VDD18 VSS33 145

DDR3 SO-DIMM_0 4
4
4
M_A_CLK_DDR#0
M_A_CLK_DDR1
M_A_CLK_DDR#1
4 M_A_CKE0
102
104
73
CK0#
CK1
CK1#
CKE0
DQ23
DQ24
DQ25
DQ26
57
59
67
M_A_DQ24
M_A_DQ25
M_A_DQ26 3.3VS
199

77
VDDSPD

NC1
VSS34
VSS35
VSS36
VSS37
150
151
155
74 69 M_A_DQ27 122 156
4 M_A_CKE1 115 CKE1 DQ27 56 M_A_DQ28 125 NC2 VSS38 161
R59 10K_04
4 M_A_CAS# 110 CAS# DQ28 58 M_A_DQ29 NCTEST VSS39 162
4 M_A_RAS# 113 RAS# DQ29 68 M_A_DQ30 198 VSS40 167
4 M_A_WE# SA0_DIM0 197 WE# DQ30 70 M_A_DQ31 10 TS#_DIMM0_1 30 EVENT# VSS41 168
SA1_DIM0 201 SA0 DQ31 129 M_A_DQ32 3,10 DDR3_DRAMRST# RESET# VSS42 172
202 SA1 DQ32 131 M_A_DQ33 C509 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 VSS43 173
10,21,29 SMB_CLK 200 SCL DQ33 141 M_A_DQ34 MVREF_DQ_DIMMA 1 VSS44 178
C510 0.1u_10V_X5R_04
10,21,29 SMB_DATA SDA DQ34 143 M_A_DQ35 126 VREF_DQ VSS45 179
116 DQ35 130 M_A_DQ36 VREF_CA VSS46 184
4 M_A_ODT0 120 ODT0 DQ36 132 M_A_DQ37 6 MVREF_DQ_DIMMA VSS47 185
4 M_A_ODT1 ODT1 DQ37 140 M_A_DQ38 2 VSS48 189
11 DQ38 142 M_A_DQ39 MVREF_DIM0 3 VSS1 VSS49 190
28 DM0 DQ39 147 M_A_DQ40 C124 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 8 VSS2 VSS50 195
46 DM1 DQ40 149 M_A_DQ41 C125 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 9 VSS3 VSS51 196
63 DM2 DQ41 157 M_A_DQ42 13 VSS4 VSS52
136 DM3 DQ42 159 M_A_DQ43 14 VSS5
153 DM4 DQ43 146 M_A_DQ44 19 VSS6
170 DM5 DQ44 148 M_A_DQ45 20 VSS7 VTT_MEM
187 DM6 DQ45 158 M_A_DQ46 25 VSS8
DM7 DQ46 160 M_A_DQ47
CLOSE TO SO-DIMM_0 26 VSS9 203
4 M_A_DQS[7:0] M_A_DQS0 12 DQ47 163 M_A_DQ48 31 VSS10 VTT1 204
M_A_DQS1 29 DQS0 DQ48 165 M_A_DQ49 32 VSS11 VTT2
M_A_DQS2 47 DQS1 DQ49 175 M_A_DQ50 37 VSS12 GND1
M_A_DQS3 64 DQS2 DQ50 177 M_A_DQ51 R17 1K_1%_04 MVREF_DIM0 38 VSS13 G1 GND2
M_A_DQS4 137 DQS3 DQ51 164 M_A_DQ52 1.5V 43 VSS14 G2
M_A_DQS5 154 DQS4 DQ52 166 M_A_DQ53 VSS15
M_A_DQS6 171 DQS5 DQ53 174 M_A_DQ54 R19 C128 DDRSK-20401-TR5B
3.3VS M_A_DQS7 188 DQS6 DQ54 176 M_A_DQ55
DQS7 DQ55 181 M_A_DQ56 1K_1%_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04
4 M_A_DQS#[7:0] M_A_DQS#0 10 DQ56 183 M_A_DQ57
RN1 M_A_DQS#1 27 DQS0# DQ57 191 M_A_DQ58
10K_8P4R_04 M_A_DQS#2 45 DQS1# DQ58 193 M_A_DQ59
1 8 SA1_DIM1 M_A_DQS#3 62 DQS2# DQ59 180 M_A_DQ60
2 7 SA0_DIM1 SA1_DIM1 10 M_A_DQS#4 135 DQS3# DQ60 182 M_A_DQ61
3 6 SA1_DIM0 SA0_DIM1 10 M_A_DQS#5 152 DQS4# DQ61 192 M_A_DQ62
4 5 SA0_DIM0 M_A_DQS#6 169 DQS5# DQ62 194 M_A_DQ63
M_A_DQS#7 186 DQS6# DQ63
DQS7#
DDRSK-20401-TR5B

VTT_MEM

C555 C574 C563 C569 C571

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

1.5V

C105 C97 C83 C86 C84 C33 C58 C62 C63 C95

0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04
10,40 VTT_MEM
26,35,37 1.5VS
1.5V 3,6,10,27,37,40 1.5V
3,10,11,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,29,30,32,33,34,35,36,37,42,44 3.3VS

C522 C530 C113 C110 C39 C43 C47 C57 C104 C49
+ +
*330uF_2.5V_9m_6.3*6 *330uF_2.5V_9m_6.3*6 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 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 1u_6.3V_X5R_04

B - 10 DDR3 SO-DIMM_0
Schematic Diagrams

DDR3 SO-DIMM_1

SO-DIMM B CHANGE TO STANDARD

JDIMM2B
C67 *10p_50V_NPO_04
M_B_CLK_DDR2 M_B_CLK_DDR#2
JDIMM2A 1.5V
4 M_B_A[15:0] M_B_A0 98 5 M_B_DQ0 M_B_DQ[63:0] 4
C76 *10p_50V_NPO_04
M_B_CLK_DDR3 M_B_CLK_DDR#3 M_B_A1 97 A0 DQ0 7 M_B_DQ1 75 44
M_B_A2 96 A1 DQ1 15 M_B_DQ2 76 VDD1 VSS16 48
M_B_A3 95 A2 DQ2 17 M_B_DQ3 81 VDD2 VSS17 49
M_B_A4 92 A3 DQ3 4 M_B_DQ4 82 VDD3 VSS18 54
M_B_A5 91 A4 DQ4 6 M_B_DQ5 87 VDD4 VSS19 55
M_B_A6 90 A5 DQ5 16 M_B_DQ6 88 VDD5 VSS20 60
M_B_A7 86 A6 DQ6 18 M_B_DQ7 93 VDD6 VSS21 61
M_B_A8 89 A7 DQ7 21 M_B_DQ8 94 VDD7 VSS22 65
Layout Note: M_B_A9 85 A8 DQ8 23 M_B_DQ9 99 VDD8 VSS23 66
M_B_A10 107 A9 DQ9 33 M_B_DQ10 100 VDD9 VSS24 71
signal/space/signal: M_B_A11 84 A10/AP DQ10 35 M_B_DQ11 105 VDD10 VSS25 72
M_B_A12 83 A11 DQ11 22 M_B_DQ12 106 VDD11 VSS26 127
8/ 4/ 8 M_B_A13 119 A12/BC# DQ12 24 M_B_DQ13 111 VDD12 VSS27 128
M_B_A14 80 A13 DQ13 34 M_B_DQ14 112 VDD13 VSS28 133

B.Schematic Diagrams
M_B_A15 78 A14 DQ14 36 M_B_DQ15 117 VDD14 VSS29 134
A15 DQ15 39 M_B_DQ16 118 VDD15 VSS30 138
109 DQ16 41 M_B_DQ17 123 VDD16 VSS31 139
4 M_B_BS0 108 BA0 DQ17 51 M_B_DQ18 124 VDD17 VSS32 144
3.3VS
4 M_B_BS1 79 BA1 DQ18 53 M_B_DQ19 VDD18 VSS33 145
4 M_B_BS2 114 BA2 DQ19 40 M_B_DQ20 20mils 199 VSS34 150
4 M_B_CS#2 121 S0# DQ20 42 M_B_DQ21 VDDSPD VSS35 151
4 M_B_CS#3 S1# DQ21 VSS36

Sheet 10 of 51
101 50 M_B_DQ22 C547 C548 77 155
4 M_B_CLK_DDR2 103 CK0 DQ22 52 M_B_DQ23 122 NC1 VSS37 156
4 M_B_CLK_DDR#2 102 CK0# DQ23 57 M_B_DQ24 125 NC2 VSS38 161
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04
4 M_B_CLK_DDR3 104 CK1 DQ24 59 M_B_DQ25 NCTEST VSS39 162
4 M_B_CLK_DDR#3 CK1# DQ25 VSS40

DDR3 SO-DIMM_1
73 67 M_B_DQ26 198 167
4 M_B_CKE2 74 CKE0 DQ26 69 M_B_DQ27 9 TS#_DIMM0_1 30 EVENT# VSS41 168
4 M_B_CKE3 115 CKE1 DQ27 56 M_B_DQ28 3,9 DDR3_DRAMRST# RESET# VSS42 172
4 M_B_CAS# 110 CAS# DQ28 58 M_B_DQ29 VSS43 173
C512 1u_6.3V_X5R_04
4 M_B_RAS# 113 RAS# DQ29 68 M_B_DQ30 MVREF_DQ_DIMMB 1 VSS44 178
C513 0.1u_10V_X5R_04
4 M_B_WE# 197 WE# DQ30 70 M_B_DQ31 126 VREF_DQ VSS45 179
9 SA0_DIM1 201 SA0 DQ31 129 M_B_DQ32 VREF_CA VSS46 184
9 SA1_DIM1 202 SA1 DQ32 131 M_B_DQ33 6 MVREF_DQ_DIMMB VSS47 185
9,21,29 SMB_CLK 200 SCL DQ33 141 M_B_DQ34 2 VSS48 189
9,21,29 SMB_DATA SDA DQ34 143 M_B_DQ35 MVREF_DIM1 3 VSS1 VSS49 190
116 DQ35 130 M_B_DQ36 C117 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 8 VSS2 VSS50 195
4 M_B_ODT2 120 ODT0 DQ36 132 M_B_DQ37 9 VSS3 VSS51 196
C116 0.1u_10V_X5R_04
4 M_B_ODT3 ODT1 DQ37 140 M_B_DQ38 13 VSS4 VSS52
11 DQ38 142 M_B_DQ39 14 VSS5
28 DM0 DQ39 147 M_B_DQ40 19 VSS6
46 DM1 DQ40 149 M_B_DQ41 20 VSS7 VTT_MEM
63 DM2 DQ41 157 M_B_DQ42 25 VSS8
136 DM3 DQ42 159 M_B_DQ43
CLOSE TO SO-DIMM1 26 VSS9 203
153 DM4 DQ43 146 M_B_DQ44 31 VSS10 VTT1 204
170 DM5 DQ44 148 M_B_DQ45 32 VSS11 VTT2
187 DM6 DQ45 158 M_B_DQ46 37 VSS12 GND1
DM7 DQ46 160 M_B_DQ47 R14 1K_1%_04 MVREF_DIM1 38 VSS13 G1 GND2
4 M_B_DQS[7:0] M_B_DQS0 12 DQ47 163 M_B_DQ48 1.5V 43 VSS14 G2
M_B_DQS1 29 DQS0 DQ48 165 M_B_DQ49 VSS15
M_B_DQS2 47 DQS1 DQ49 175 M_B_DQ50 R15 C115 DDRSK-20401-TR9D
M_B_DQS3 64 DQS2 DQ50 177 M_B_DQ51
M_B_DQS4 137 DQS3 DQ51 164 M_B_DQ52 1K_1%_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04
M_B_DQS5 154 DQS4 DQ52 166 M_B_DQ53
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
4 M_B_DQS#[7:0] M_B_DQS#0 10 DQ56 183 M_B_DQ57
M_B_DQS#1 27 DQS0# DQ57 191 M_B_DQ58
M_B_DQS#2 45 DQS1# DQ58 193 M_B_DQ59
M_B_DQS#3 62 DQS2# DQ59 180 M_B_DQ60
M_B_DQS#4 135 DQS3# DQ60 182 M_B_DQ61
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#
DDRSK-20401-TR9D

VTT_MEM

C576 C553 C549 C552 C550

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

1.5V

C91 C44 C34 C40 C50 C66 C46 C78

10u_6.3V_X5R_06 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 1u_6.3V_X5R_04


9,40 VTT_MEM
26,35,37 1.5VS
Layout Note: 3,6,9,27,37,40 1.5V
3,9,11,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,29,30,32,33,34,35,36,37,42,44 3.3VS
1.5V SO-DIMM_1 is placed farther from the GMCH than SO-DIMM_0

C74 C85 C98 C92 C65 C60 C80 C102 C32 C56

0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04

DDR3 SO-DIMM_1 B - 11
Schematic Diagrams

Panel, Inverter, CRT

3.3VS

PANEL CONNECTOR PANEL POWER


J_LCD1 TOP¨Ï¥Î,¦]¾÷ºc--°ª°ÝÃD
R301 R302 W150ERQÄÝ©ó94V-0 ¬G¨ú®ø«OÅ@¹qªý

2.2K_04

2.2K_04
GND1
GND2
A & B ¥ó,¾÷ºØ¶ì®Æªº¨¾¤õµ¥¯Å-n²Å¦XUL 94V-0
J_LCD1 ´N¥i¥H¤£¥Î¦A´£¨Ñµ¹panelªº¹q·½½u¸ôªº«OÅ@¹qªý

Gnd 1
Gnd 2
1 2 P_DDC_DATA 23
23 LVDS-UCLKN 3 4 P_DDC_CLK 23
23 LVDS-UCLKP 5 6
7 8 LVDS-U2N 23 PN:G5243A--6-02-05243-9C0 PLVDD
3.3VS
23 LVDS-U1N 9 10 LVDS-U2P 23
23 LVDS-U1P 11 12 U2 2A
13 14 LVDS-U0N 23 4 1
23 LVDS-LCLKN 15 16 LVDS-U0P 23 5 VIN VOUT
23 LVDS-LCLKP 17 18 VIN
19 20 LVDS-L2N 23 NEAR PIN4,5
C12 R10
23 LVDS-L1N 21 22 LVDS-L2P 23 3 2
23 LVDS-L1P 23 24 EN GND
3.3VS 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C11 *100K_04
25 26 G5243A
23 LVDS-L0N 27 28 2A PLVDD
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
B.Schematic Diagrams

23 LVDS-L0P 29 30 INV_BLON
31 32 >100 mil
PLVDD R9 *10K_04 BRIGHTNESS_R
33 34 11,23,36 NB_ENAVDD

AC
35 36 LEDPL_VIN
R8 D1
37 38
36 BRIGHTNESS 39 40
*BAV99 RECTIFIER R294
*10mil_short 87216-4006 C14 C9 100K_04

A
C
3.3V

Sheet 11 of 51
C A
C8
D2 *CDBU00340 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04

P_GND . 3.3V

Panel, Inverter,
*0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 L29
LED PANEL (LVDS Dual Channel). HCB1608KF-121T25 3.3V

R3 *100K_04 U1A

14
CRT
74LVC08PW U1B

14
PJ18 1 74LVC08PW
2 1 36 BKL_EN 3 BLON1 4 3.3V
VIN LEDPL_VIN 2 6 BLON2
23 BLON 5
OPEN_2A
8 R2 100K_04

7
C517 3 7 U1C

14
7
C521 2 6 74LVC08PW
1 5 9

0.1u_50V_Y5V_06
3.3V 8 INV_BLON

0.1u_50V_Y5V_06
Q21 R1 *100K_04
C518 10
*P2003EVG

4
3.3V SB_BLON1 U1D

14
25 SB_BLON
R298 74LVC08PW

7
*0.22u_50V_Y5V_06 *220_06 12 R7 C7
30,36 LID_SW# 11 LID_SW#1
R321 R291
6 13 100K_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04
22,36,42 ALL_SY S_PWRGD
*1M_04 *10K_04 D
R320 *100K_04 Q17A

7
LVDD_EN# 2 G *MTDN7002ZHS6R

D
Q18 3 S
*MTN7002ZHS3 D 1
G Q17B
11,23,36 NB_ENAVDD
5 G *MTDN7002ZHS6R

S
S
4

J_CRT1
DS15146BAC067
L5 FCM1005MF-600T01 L6 0_04 FRED 1
23 DAC_RED . . 9
L3 FCM1005MF-600T01 L4 0_04 FGRN 2 24 mil
23 DAC_GREEN
CRT
. . 10
D13 RB751S-40C2 L2 FCM1005MF-600T01 L1 0_04 FBLUE 3
C A 23 DAC_BLUE . . 11
5VS 4
C127 C122 C114 C129 C123 C118 C126 C121 C119
12 DDCDATA
5

10p_50V_NPO_04

10p_50V_NPO_04

22p_50V_NPO_04

22p_50V_NPO_04

22p_50V_NPO_04

*10p_50V_NPO_04
10p_50V_NPO_04

*10p_50V_NPO_04

*10p_50V_NPO_04
3.3VS C706 R24 R21 R16
13 HSYNC
8
7
6
5

150_1%_04

150_1%_04

150_1%_04
*10u_6.3V_X5R_06
RN10 14 VSY NC
2.2K_8P4R_04 7
15 DDCLK
1
2
3
4

1000p_50V_X7R_04

1000p_50V_X7R_04
220p_50V_NPO_04

220p_50V_NPO_04
U18

GND1
GND2
10 9 DDCDATA
23 DAC_DDCADATA DDC_IN1 DDC_OUT1
11 12 DDCLK
23 DAC_DDCACLK DDC_IN2 DDC_OUT2

C101
13 14 HSYNC_C R322 HSY NC

C87

C108

C88
33_04
23 DAC_HSYNC SY NC_IN1 SYNC_OUT1
15 16 VSYNC_C R323 33_04 VSY NC
23 DAC_VSYNC SY NC_IN2 SYNC_OUT2
R324 1_04 1 3 FRED
5VS VCC_SYNC VIDEO_1
2 4 FGRN
3.3VS VCC_VIDEO VIDEO_2
C541 C542 7 5 FBLUE
VCC_DDC VIDEO_3
BYP 8 6
0.22u_10V_Y5V_04

0.22u_10V_Y5V_04

BY P GND
IP4772CZ16
C540

0.22u_10V_Y5V_04
37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45 VIN
TI 20,26,27,29,30,33,34,35,37,42,44 5VS
IP4772CZ16 PN:6-02-47721-B60 2,3,6,18,20,21,22,24,25,26,27,29,30,31,35,37,39,40,41 3.3V
3,9,10,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,29,30,32,33,34,35,36,37,42,44 3.3VS

B - 12 Panel, Inverter, CRT


Schematic Diagrams

VGA PCI-E Interface

3V3_R UN N13P-GT GK107-650-A2 N13P-GT device ID is 0x0FD1


R348 *20K_1%_04 VGA_ROM_SI R347 34.8K_1%_04 Chip Part:GK107-650
R74 10K_1%_04 VGA_ROM_SO R73 *30K_1%_04 ROM_SI Hynix 64Mx16 R347 PD 35Kohm
R80 4.99K_1%_04 VGA_ROM_SCLK R82 *15K_1%_04 ROM_SCLK EXT ROM R80 PU 25Kohm
R342 45.3K_1%_04 VGA_STRAP0 R341 *4.99K_1%_04
3V3_R UN
VGA_STRAP1 R340 PD 34.8K (Notebook)
R339 *34.8K_1%_04 VGA_STRAP1 R340 4.99K_1%_04 VGA_STRAP1 R340 PD 5K (Desktop)
R81 *45.3K_1%_04 VGA_STRAP2 R78 10K_1%_04
3V3_RUN R356
Gen3 R336 PD 45.3Kohm
R334 *4.99K_1%_04 VGA_STRAP3 R338 4.99K_1%_04 Gen2 R336 PD 20Kohm
10K_04
6-03-00013-0S3
IC VGA CHIP NVIDIA N13P-GT PS R335 *20K_1%_04 VGA_STRAP4 R336 45.3K_1%_04
G

D
Q27
S *MTN7002ZH S3
(GK107-650-A2) 28MN FCBGA 908BALLS
PEX_CLKREQ# U21A
21 PEG_CLKREQ# BGA_0908_P080_P085_P100_290X290
COMMON
R357
1/19 PCI_EXPRESS
Reserve
*100K_04 PEX_VD D

AG19
SNN_PEXWAKE AJ11

AG21
PEX_WAKE

AG22
PEX_IOVDD
AJ12

25AG24
24 PERSTB# PEX_RST PEX_IOVDD
C240 C247 C232 C260 C254 C 292 C597

AHAH21
PEX_IOVDD
PEX_CLKREQ# AK12 PEX_CLKREQ PEX_IOVDD

B.Schematic Diagrams
PEX_IOVDD 1u_6.3V_X5R _04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 4.7u_6. 3V_X5R_06 10u_6. 3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R _06 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08
VGA_PEXCLK AL13 PEX_REFCLK PEX_IOVDD
21 VGA_PEXCLK VGA_PEXCLK# AK13
21 VGA_PEXCLK# PEX_REFCLK
AK14
3300 mA total
C181 0. 22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX0 PEX_TX0
2 PEG_RX0 C185 0. 22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX0# AJ14 PLAC E NEAR BALLS PLACE N EAR BGA
2 PEG_RX#0 PEX_TX0
AN 12 PEX_RX0
2 PEG_TX0 AM12 AG13
PEX_RX0 PEX_IOVDDQ PEX_VDD
2 PEG_TX#0 AG15
PEX_IOVDDQ
C194 0. 22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX1 AH 14 PEX_TX1 PEX_IOVDDQ
AG16
2 PEG_RX1

Sheet 12 of 51
C200 0. 22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX1# AG14 PEX_TX1 PEX_IOVDDQ
AG18
2 PEG_RX#1 AG25
PEX_IOVDDQ C270 C214 C244 C269 C249 C 285 C283
AN 14 PEX_RX1 PEX_IOVDDQ
AH15
2 PEG_TX1 AM14 AH18 1u_6.3V_X5R _04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 4. 7u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6. 3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R _06 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08
2 PEG_TX#1 PEX_RX1 PEX_IOVDDQ
PEX_IOVDDQ
AH26
C201 0. 22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX2 AK15 PEX_TX2 PEX_IOVDDQ
AH27
2 PEG_RX2

VGA PCI-E
C211 0. 22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX2# AJ15 PEX_TX2 PEX_IOVDDQ
AJ27
2 PEG_RX#2 AK27
PEX_IOVDDQ
AP14 PEX_RX2 PEX_IOVDDQ
AL27 PLAC E NEAR BALLS PLACE N EAR BGA
2 PEG_TX2 AP15 AM28
2 PEG_TX#2 PEX_RX2 PEX_IOVDDQ
PEX_IOVDDQ
AN28
C213 0. 22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX3 AL16 PEX_TX3 FCM1005KF-600T03

Interface
2 PEG_RX3 PEX_RX3# AK16
C221 0. 22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_TX3 PEX_VDD 6-19-31001-238
2 PEG_RX#3
AN 15 PEX_RX3 L7 HCB1005KF-121T20 16mil
2 PEG_TX3 AM15 VID_PLLVD D
2 PEG_TX#3 PEX_RX3 .
C222 0. 22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX4 AK17 PEX_TX4 C166 C179 U21O
2 PEG_RX4 C225 0. 22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX4# AJ17 BGA_0908_P080_P085_P100_290X290
2 PEG_RX#4 PEX_TX4
22u_6.3V_X5R_08 0. 1u_10V_X7R_04 COMMON
AN 17 PEX_RX4 R478 12/19 XTAL_PLL
2 PEG_TX4 AM17 PEX_VDD
2 PEG_TX#4 PEX_RX4
It leaves as NC for N13P-PES 16mil 3V3_RUN
C226 0. 22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX5 AH 17 L8 HCB1005KF-121T20 AD8
2 PEG_RX5 AG17
PEX_TX5 12mil AE8
PLLVDD
C230 0. 22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX5# PEX_TX5 R 86 0_04 210 mA total SP_PLLVDD
2 PEG_RX#5 AH12
.
PEX_PLL_HVDD
AP17 PEX_RX5 C 178 C167 C176 C195 AD7 VID_PLLVDD
2 PEG_TX5 NC
AP18 PEX_RX5 PEX_SVDD_3V3
AG12 C198 C184 C183
2 PEG_TX#5
4.7u_6. 3V_X5R_06 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0. 1u_10V_X7R_04 GF108/GKx GF117
C231 0. 22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX6 AK18 PEX_TX6 0. 1u_16V_Y5V_04 4. 7u_6.3V_X5R _06 4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06
2 PEG_RX6 C237 0. 22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX6# AJ18
2 PEG_RX#6 PEX_TX6
AN 18 PEX_RX6 PLACE NEAR BGA PLACE NEAR BALLS X_SSIN H1 XTALSSIN XTALOUTBUFF
J4 X_OUTBUFF
2 PEG_TX6 AM18 PEX_RX6 PLACE N EAR BALLS
2 PEG_TX#6
C238 0. 22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX7 AL19 PEX_TX7
H3 XTALIN XTALOUT
H2
2 PEG_RX7 C245 0. 22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX7# AK19 R65 R66
2 PEG_RX#7 PEX_TX7
GK107-650-A2
AN 20 PEX_RX7 10K_04 10K_04
2 PEG_TX7 AM20 FSX8L_25MHz¥Ø«e¦@¥Î®Æ
2 PEG_TX#7 PEX_RX7
AK20 X1 HSX840GA_27MHZ
PEX_TX8
AJ20 PEX_TX8 XTAL_IN 1 2 XTAL_OUT
VDD_SENSE
L4 PS1_VDD_SENSE
AP20 PS1_VDD_SENSE 44
PEX_RX8 C156 C155
AP21 PEX_RX8
GND_SENSE
L5 PS1_GND _SENSE 18p_50V_N PO_04 18p_50V_NPO_04
AH 20 PS1_GND_SENSE 44
PEX_TX9
AG20 PEX_TX9
AN 21 PEX_RX9
AM21 PEX_RX9
AK21 PEX_TX10
AJ21 PEX_TX10
3V3AUX_NC
P8 SNN_3V3AUX
AN 23 PEX_RX10
AM23 PEX_RX10
AL22 PEX_TX11
AK22 PEX_TX11
U21P
AP23 PEX_RX11 BGA_0908_P080_P085_P100_290X290 3V3_RUN
AP24 PEX_RX11 COMMON
PEX_TSTCLK_OUT
AJ26 PEX_TSTCLK_OUT 13/19 MISC2
AK23 PEX_TX12 PEX_TSTCLK_OUT
AK26 PEX_TSTCLK_OUT# *200_1%_04 R 95 R384
AJ23 PEX_TX12
10K_04
AN 24 PEX_RX12
AM24 PEX_VDD H6 VGA_ROM_CS#
PEX_RX12 16mil ROM _CS
AH 23 PEX_TX13 150 mA total ROM_SI
H5 VGA_ROM_SI
AG23 PEX_TX13 PEX_PLLVDD
AG26 PEX_PLLVDD R362 0_04 ROM _SO
H7 VGA_ROM_SO
VGA_STRAP0 J2 STRAP0 ROM_SCLK
H4 VGA_ROM_SCLK
AN 26 PEX_RX13 C266 C593 C594 VGA_STRAP1 J7 STRAP1
AM26 PEX_RX13 VGA_STRAP2 J6 STRAP2
0. 1u_16V_Y5V_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 4. 7u_6.3V_X5R_06 VGA_STRAP3 J5 STRAP3
AK24 PEX_TX14 VGA_STRAP4 J3 STRAP4
AJ24 PEX_TX14 TESTMODE
AK11 GPU_TESTMOD E R87 10K_04 3V3_RUN
PLAC E NEAR BALLS PLAC E NEAR BGA
AP26 PEX_RX14
AP27 PEX_RX14
BUFRST
L2 R343
AL25 PEX_TX15
AK25 PEX_TX15 10K_04
AN 27 PEX_RX15 PEX_TERMP PEX_TERMP R365 2.49K_1%_04 R64 40.2K_1%_04 M_STRAP_REF0 J1 MULTISTRAP_REF_GND CEC
L3
AM27 PEX_RX15
AP29

P343
U21F GK107-650-A2
BGA_0908_P080_P085_P100_290X290 It leaves as NC for N13P-PES
COMMON
18/19 NC/VDD33 16mil 3V3_RUN
GK107-650-A2
AC6 NC VDD33
J8
AJ28 NC VDD33
K8
AJ4 NC VDD33
L8 C173 C175 C192 C193 C191 C203
AJ5 M8
GPU AL11
NC
NC
VDD33
0.1u_16V_Y 5V_04 0.1u_16V_Y 5V_04 0.1u_16V_Y 5V_04 0.1u_16V_Y 5V_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06
C15 NC
H13 H12 H11 D19 NC
H8_0D4_4 H8_0D4_4 H8_0D4_4 D20 NC PLACE UNDER BALLS PLACE NEAR BGA
D23 NC
D26 NC
H31 NC
T8 13, 40 PEX_VDD
NC 18,37, 44 3V3_RUN
V32 NC 37,38, 40 SYS15V
2,3,6,11,18,20,21,22,24, 25,26,27,29,30,31, 35,37,39,40, 41 3. 3V
3,9,10,11, 20,21,22,23,24,25,26, 27,29,30,32,33,34, 35,36,37,42, 44 3. 3VS
GK107-650-A2

VGA PCI-E Interface B - 13


Schematic Diagrams

VGA Frame Buffer Interface

Frame Buffer Interface


U21C
U21B BGA_0908_P080_P085_P100_290X290
BGA_0908_P080_P085_P100_290X290 COMMON FBB_CMD[31: 0]
FBB_CMD[31: 0] 16,17
COMMON 3/19 FBB
2/19 FBA
N13P-GL default NC FBB_D[31:0]
FBA_D[ 31:0] N13P-GT connect 10K to GND 16 FBB_D[31:0]
14 FBA_D[ 31:0] FBB_D0 G9

E1
FBB_D0
FBA_D0 L28 R337 10K_04 FBB_D1 E9
FBA_D0 FB_CLAMP FBB_D1
FBA_D1 M29 FBA_D1 FBB_D2 G8 FBB_D2 U21D
FBA_D2 L29 FBA_D2 FBB_D3 F9 FBB_D3 BGA_0908_P080_P085_P100_290X290
FBA_D3 M28 FBA_D3 FBB_D4 F11 FBB_D4 COMMON

K27
FBA_D4 N31 FBB_D5 G11 FBVDDQ
FBA_D4 FBB_D5 15/19 FBVDDQ
FBA_D5 P29 R517 0_04 FBA_DPLLAVDD FBB_D6 F12
FBA_D5 FB_DLL_AVDD FBB_D6
FBA_D6 R29 FBA_D6 FBB_D7 G12 FBB_D7 FBVDDQ AA27
FBA_D7 P28 FBA_D7 FBB_D8 G6 FBB_D8 FBVDDQ AA30
FBA_D8 J28 FBA_D8 C698 FBB_D9 F5 FBB_D9 FBVDDQ AB27 C262 C289 C281 C280
FBA_D9 H29 FBB_D10 E6 AB33
FBA_D9 FBB_D10 FBVDDQ
FBA_D10 J29 0. 1u_10V_X7R_04 FBB_D11 F6 AC27 0. 1u_10V_X7R_04 0. 1u_10V_X7R_04 1u_6. 3V_X5R_06 1u_6.3V_X5R_06
FBA_D10 FBB_D11 FBVDDQ
FBA_D11 H28 FBA_D11 FBB_D12 F4 FBB_D12 FBVDDQ AD27
FBA_D12 G29 FBA_D12 FBB_D13 G4 FBB_D13 FBVDDQ AE27
FBA_D13 E31 FBA_D13 FBB_D14 E2 FBB_D14 FBVDDQ AF27
FBA_D14 E32 FBB_D15 F3 AG27 PLACE UNDER BGA
FBA_D14 FBB_D15 FBVDDQ
FBA_D15 F30 FBB_D16 C2 B13
B.Schematic Diagrams

FBA_D15 FBB_D16 FBVDDQ


FBA_D16 C34 FBB_D17 D4 B16
FBA_D17 D32
FBA_D16 N13P-GL default NC FBB_D18 D3
FBB_D17 FBVDDQ
B19
FBA_D17 FBB_D18 FBVDDQ
FBA_D18 B33 FBA_D18 N13P connect 0.1uf to GND FBB_D19 C1 FBB_D19 FBVDDQ E13
FBA_D19 C33 FBA_D19 FBB_D20 B3 FBB_D20 FBVDDQ E16
FBA_D20 F33 FBB_D21 C4 E19 C251 C210 C186 C264
FBA_D20 FBB_D21 FBVDDQ
FBA_D21 F32 FBB_D22 B5 H10
FBA_D21 FBB_D22 FBVDDQ
FBA_D22 H33 FBA_D22 FBB_D23 C5 FBB_D23 FBVDDQ H11 4. 7u_6. 3V_X5R_06 4. 7u_6. 3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 22u_6.3V_X5R_08
FBA_D23 H32 FBA_D23 FBB_D24 A11 FBB_D24 FBVDDQ H12
FBA_D24 P34 FBA_D24 FBB_D25 C11 FBB_D25 FBVDDQ H13
FBA_D25 P32 FBB_D26 D11 H14 PLACE CLOSE BGA
FBA_D25 FBB_D26 FBVDDQ
FBA_D26 P31 FBA_CMD[31:0] FBB_D27 B11 H15
FBA_D26 FBA_CMD[31:0] 14,15 FBB_D27 FBVDDQ
FBA_D27 P33 FBA_D27 FBB_D28 D8 FBB_D28 FBVDDQ H16

Sheet 13 of 51
FBA_D28 L31 FBA_D28 FBB_D29 A8 FBB_D29 FBVDDQ H18
FBA_D29 L34 FBA_D29 FBB_D30 C8 FBB_D30 FBVDDQ H19
FBA_D30 L32 FBB_D[63:32] FBB_D31 B8 H20
FBA_D30 17 FBB_D[63:32] FBB_D31 FBVDDQ
FBA_D[ 63:32] FBA_D31 L33 FBB_D32 F24 H21
15 FBA_D[ 63:32] FBA_D31 FBB_D32 FBVDDQ
FBA_D32 AG28 FBA_D32 FBB_D33 G23 FBB_D33 FBB_CMD0 D13 FBB_CMD0 FBVDDQ H22 FBVDDQ
FBA_D33 AF29 FBA_D33 FBA_CMD0 U30 FBA_CMD0 FBB_D34 E24 FBB_D34 FBB_CMD1 E14 FBB_CMD1 FBVDDQ H23

VGA Frame Buffer


FBA_D34 AG29 FBA_D34 FBA_CMD1 T31 FBA_CMD1 FBB_D35 G24 FBB_D35 FBB_CMD2 F14 FBB_CMD2 FBVDDQ H24
FBA_D35 AF28 U29 FBA_CMD2 FBB_D36 D21 A12 FBB_CMD3 H8
FBA_D35 FBA_CMD2 FBB_D36 FBB_CMD3 FBVDDQ
FBA_D36 AD30 R34 FBA_CMD3 FBB_D37 E21 B12 FBB_CMD4 H9
FBA_D36 FBA_CMD3 FBB_D37 FBB_CMD4 FBVDDQ
FBA_D37 AD29 FBA_D37 FBA_CMD4 R33 FBA_CMD4 FBB_D38 G21 FBB_D38 FBB_CMD5 C14 FBB_CMD5 FBVDDQ L27 C219 C257 C223 C233
FBA_D38 AC29 FBA_D38 FBA_CMD5 U32 FBA_CMD5 FBB_D39 F21 FBB_D39 FBB_CMD6 B14 FBB_CMD6 FBVDDQ M27
FBA_D39 AD28 U33 FBA_CMD6 FBB_D40 G27 G15 FBB_CMD7 N27 0. 1u_10V_X7R_04 0. 1u_10V_X7R_04 1u_6. 3V_X5R_06 1u_6.3V_X5R_06

Interface
FBA_D39 FBA_CMD6 FBB_D40 FBB_CMD7 FBVDDQ
FBA_D40 AJ29 FBA_D40 FBA_CMD7 U28 FBA_CMD7 FBB_D41 D27 FBB_D41 FBB_CMD8 F15 FBB_CMD8 FBVDDQ P27
FBA_D41 AK29 V28 FBA_CMD8 FBB_D42 G26 E15 FBB_CMD9 R27 PLACE UNDER BGA
FBA_D41 FBA_CMD8 FBB_D42 FBB_CMD9 FBVDDQ
FBA_D42 AJ30 V29 FBA_CMD9 FBB_D43 E27 D15 FBB_CMD10 T27
FBA_D42 FBA_CMD9 FBB_D43 FBB_CMD10 FBVDDQ
FBA_D43 AK28 FBA_D43 FBA_CMD10 V30 FBA_CMD10 FBB_D44 E29 FBB_D44 FBB_CMD11 A14 FBB_CMD11 FBVDDQ T30
FBA_D44 AM29 FBA_D44 FBA_CMD11 U34 FBA_CMD11 FBB_D45 F29 FBB_D45 FBB_CMD12 D14 FBB_CMD12 FBVDDQ T33
FBA_D45 AM31 FBA_D45 FBA_CMD12 U31 FBA_CMD12 FBB_D46 E30 FBB_D46 FBB_CMD13 A15 FBB_CMD13 FBVDDQ V27
FBA_D46 AN29 V34 FBA_CMD13 FBB_D47 D30 B15 FBB_CMD14 W27
FBA_D46 FBA_CMD13 FBB_D47 FBB_CMD14 FBVDDQ
FBA_D47 AM30 V33 FBA_CMD14 FBB_D48 A32 C17 FBB_CMD15 W30
FBA_D47 FBA_CMD14 FBB_D48 FBB_CMD15 FBVDDQ
FBA_D48 AN31 FBA_D48 FBA_CMD15 Y 32 FBA_CMD15 FBB_D49 C31 FBB_D49 FBB_CMD16 D18 FBB_CMD16 FBVDDQ W33 C275 C268 C274 C263
FBA_D49 AN32 FBA_D49 FBA_CMD16 AA31 FBA_CMD16 FBB_D50 C32 FBB_D50 FBB_CMD17 E18 FBB_CMD17 FBVDDQ Y27
FBA_D50 AP30 FBA_D50 FBA_CMD17 AA29 FBA_CMD17 FBB_D51 B32 FBB_D51 FBB_CMD18 F18 FBB_CMD18 4. 7u_6. 3V_X5R_06 4. 7u_6. 3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 22u_6.3V_X5R_08
FBA_D51 AP32 AA28 FBA_CMD18 FBB_D52 D29 A20 FBB_CMD19
FBA_D51 FBA_CMD18 FBB_D52 FBB_CMD19
FBA_D52 AM33 AC34 FBA_CMD19 FBB_D53 A29 B20 FBB_CMD20 F1 PLACE CLOSE BGA
FBA_D52 FBA_CMD19 FBB_D53 FBB_CMD20 FBVDDQ_PROBE
FBA_D53 AL31 FBA_D53 FBA_CMD20 AC33 FBA_CMD20 FBB_D54 C29 FBB_D54 FBB_CMD21 C18 FBB_CMD21
FBA_D54 AK33 FBA_D54 FBA_CMD21 AA32 FBA_CMD21 FBB_D55 B29 FBB_D55 FBB_CMD22 B18 FBB_CMD22
FBA_D55 AK32 FBA_D55 FBA_CMD22 AA33 FBA_CMD22 FBB_D56 B21 FBB_D56 FBB_CMD23 G18 FBB_CMD23 F2 GND_PROBE
FBA_D56 AD34 Y 28 FBA_CMD23 FBB_D57 C23 G17 FBB_CMD24
FBA_D56 FBA_CMD23 FBB_D57 FBB_CMD24
FBA_D57 AD32 Y 29 FBA_CMD24 FBB_D58 A21 F17 FBB_CMD25
FBA_D57 FBA_CMD24 FBB_D58 FBB_CMD25
FBA_D58 AC30 FBA_D58 FBA_CMD25 W 31 FBA_CMD25 FBB_D59 C21 FBB_D59 FBB_CMD26 D16 FBB_CMD26 FB_CAL_PD_VDDQ J27 FB_CAL_PD_VDDQ FBVDDQ
FBA_D59 AD33 FBA_D59 FBA_CMD26 Y 30 FBA_CMD26 FBB_D60 B24 FBB_D60 FBB_CMD27 A18 FBB_CMD27
FBA_D60 AF31 FBA_D60 FBA_CMD27 AA34 FBA_CMD27 FBB_D61 C24 FBB_D61 FBB_CMD28 D17 FBB_CMD28
FBA_D61 AG34 Y 31 FBA_CMD28 FBB_D62 B26 A17 FBB_CMD29 FB_CAL_PU_GND H27
FBA_D61 FBA_CMD28 FBB_D62 FBB_CMD29 FB_CAL_PU_GND
FBA_D62 AG32 Y 34 FBA_CMD29 FBB_D63 C26 B17 FBB_CMD30
FBA_D62 FBA_CMD29 FBB_D63 FBB_CMD30
FBA_D63 AG33 Y 33 FBA_CMD30 FBB_DBI[3: 0] E17 FBB_CMD31 C209 C246 C437 C279
FBA_D63 FBA_CMD30 16 FBB_DBI[ 3:0] FBB_CMD31
FBA_DBI [3:0] FBA_CMD31 V31 FBA_CMD31 FB_CAL_TERM_GND H25 FB_CALTERM_GND
14 FBA_DBI[3:0] E11 C12
FBB_DBI0 FBB_DQM0 FBB_CMD_RFU0 0. 1u_10V_X7R_04 0. 1u_10V_X7R_04 1u_6. 3V_X5R_06 1u_6.3V_X5R_06
FBA_DBI 0 P30 FBA_DQM0 FBA_CMD_RFU0 R32 FBB_DBI1 E3 FBB_DQM1 FBB_CMD_RFU1 C20
FBA_DBI 1 F31 AC32 FBB_DBI[7: 4] FBB_DBI2 A3 GK107-650-A2
FBA_DQM1 FBA_CMD_RFU1 17 FBB_DBI[ 7:4] FBB_DQM2
FBA_DBI [7:4] FBA_DBI 2 F34 FBB_DBI3 C9 PLACE UNDER BGA
15 FBA_DBI[7:4] FBA_DQM2 FBB_DQM3
FBA_DBI 3 M32 FBA_DQM3 FBB_DBI4 F23 FBB_DQM4
FBA_DBI 4 AD31 FBA_DQM4 FBB_DBI5 F27 FBB_DQM5
FBA_DBI 5 AL29 FBA_DQM5 FBB_DBI6 C30 FBB_DQM6
FBA_DBI 6 AM32 FBB_DBI7 A24 G14 FBC_DEBUG0 R89 *60.4_04
FBA_DQM6 FBB_DQM7 FBB_DEBUG0 FB V DDQ
FBA_DBI 7 AF34 R28 FBA_DEBUG0 R101 *60. 4_04 FBB_EDC[3: 0] G20 FBC_DEBUG1 R92 *60.4_04
FBA_DQM7 FBA_DEBUG0 FBV DDQ 16 FBB_EDC[ 3:0] FBB_DEBUG1
FBA_EDC[3: 0] FBA_DEBUG1 AC28 FBA_DEBUG1 R110 *60. 4_04 C365 C265 C282 C267
14 FBA_EDC[ 3:0] D10
FBB_EDC0 FBB_DQS_WP0
FBA_EDC0 M31 FBA_DQS_WP0 FBB_EDC1 D5 FBB_DQS_WP1 4. 7u_6. 3V_X5R_06 4. 7u_6. 3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 22u_6.3V_X5R_08
FBA_EDC1 G31 FBB_EDC[7: 4] FBB_EDC2 C3 D12 FBB_CLK0
FBA_DQS_WP1 17 FBB_EDC[ 7:4] FBB_DQS_WP2 FBB_CLK0 FBB_CLK0 16
FBA_EDC[7: 4] FBA_EDC2 E33 R30 FBA_CLK0 FBB_EDC3 B9 E12 FBB_CLK0#
15 FBA_EDC[ 7:4] FBA_DQS_WP2 FBA_CLK0 FBA_CLK0 14 FBB_DQS_WP3 FBB_CLK0 FBB_CLK0# 16
FBA_EDC3 M33 FBA_DQS_WP3 FBA_CLK0 R31 FBA_CLK0# FBB_EDC4 E23 FBB_DQS_WP4 FBB_CLK1 E20 FBB_CLK1 PLACE CLOSE BGA
AE31 AB31 FBA_CLK0# 14 E28 F20 FBB_CLK1 17
FBA_EDC4 FBA_DQS_WP4 FBA_CLK1 FBA_CLK1 FBB_EDC5 FBB_DQS_WP5 FBB_CLK1 FBB_CLK1#
AK30 AC31 FBA_CLK1 15 B30 FBB_CLK1# 17
FBA_EDC5 FBA_DQS_WP5 FBA_CLK1 FBA_CLK1# FBB_EDC6 FBB_DQS_WP6
AN33 FBA_CLK1# 15 A23
FBA_EDC6 FBA_DQS_WP6 FBB_EDC7 FBB_DQS_WP7
FBA_EDC7 AF33
FBA_DQS_WP7
D9 FBB_DQS_RN0 FBB_WCK01 F8
M30 K31 E4 E8 FBB_WCK01 16
FBA_DQS_RN0 FBA_WCK01 FBA_WCK01 14 FBB_DQS_RN1 FBB_WCK01 FBB_WCK01# 16 C567 C239
H30 FBA_DQS_RN1 FBA_WCK01 L30 B2 FBB_DQS_RN2 FBB_WCK23 A5
E34 H34 FBA_WCK01# 14 A9 A6 FBB_WCK23 16
FBA_DQS_RN2 FBA_WCK23 FBA_WCK23 14 FBB_DQS_RN3 FBB_WCK23 FBB_WCK23# 16 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 22u_6.3V_X5R_08
M34 J 34 D22 D24
FBA_DQS_RN3 FBA_WCK23 FBA_WCK23# 14 FBB_DQS_RN4 FBB_WCK45 FBB_WCK45 17
AF30 FBA_DQS_RN4 FBA_WCK45 AG30 D28 FBB_DQS_RN5 FBB_WCK45 D25
AK31 AG31 FBA_WCK45 15 A30 B27 FBB_WCK45# 17
FBA_DQS_RN5 FBA_WCK45 FBA_WCK45# 15 FBB_DQS_RN6 FBB_WCK67 FBB_WCK67 17 PLACE CLOSE BGA
AM34 FBA_DQS_RN6 FBA_WCK67 AJ34 B23 FBB_DQS_RN7 FBB_WCK67 C27
AF32 AK34 FBA_WCK67 15 FBB_WCK67# 17
FBA_DQS_RN7 FBA_WCK67 FBA_WCK67# 15 D6
FBB_WCKB01
J 30 D7
FBA_WCKB01
J 31
FBB_WCKB01
C6
N13P-GL default NC
FBA_WCKB01 FBB_WCKB23
FBA_WCKB23 J 32 FBB_WCKB23 N13P connect 0.1uf to GND
FBA_WCKB23 PEX_VDD FBB_WCKB45

F26B6
FBA_WCKB45 FBB_WCKB45
J 33

FBA_WCKB45 FBB_WCKB67
AH31

E26
FBA_WCKB67 FBB_WCKB67
AJ31

A26
FBA_WCKB67 16mil
AJ32

H17 A27
FBB_PLL_AVDD R518 0_04 FBA_DPLLAVDD
U27AJ33

FB_VREF_TP H26 FB_VREF FBA_PLL_AVDD FBA_DPLLAVDD L12 . HCB1005KF-121T20

GK107-650-A2 C697
GK107-650-A2 C273 C261
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
0.1u_10V_X7R_04 22u_6.3V_X5R_08

FBVDDQ
FBVDDQ PLACE NEAR BALLS
PLACE NEAR BALLS PLACE NEAR BGA CLOSE TO CAPS
FBA_CKE_L FBA_CMD14 R229 10K_04
FBA_CKE_H FBA_CMD30 R231 10K_04 FBB_CKE_L FBB_CMD14 R353 10K_04
FBA_RST_L FBA_CMD13 R228 10K_04 FBB_CKE_H FBB_CMD30 R360 10K_04
FBA_RST_H FBA_CMD29 R230 10K_04 FBB_RST_L FBB_CMD13 R355 10K_04
FBB_RST_H FBB_CMD29 R90 10K_04

FB_CAL_PD_VDDQ R104 40.2_1%_04


FB VDDQ

FB_CAL_PU_GND R103 40.2_1%_04

FB_CAL_TERM_GND R97 60.4_1%_04

12,40 PEX_VDD
14, 15, 16,17,40 FBVDDQ

B - 14 VGA Frame Buffer Interface


Schematic Diagrams

VGA Frame Buffer A

FBVDDQ

C 393 C406 C409 C344 C640


U24B
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
INS219202954
BG A170
CO MMON

L3 G3
13, 14,15 FBA_CMD[31:0] FBA_CMD12 RAS

L12
FBA_CMD15 GN D
13 FBA_CLK0 CAS

G12
FBA_CMD5 WE
13 FBA_CLK0# FBA_CMD0 CS

H5H4 J4
13,14 FBA_D[31:0] FBA_CMD8 ABI
FBVDDQ
U24D U24A FBA_CMD10 A0_A10

H11
INS219202476 INS219204757
BGA170 BGA170 FBA_CMD11 A1_A9

H10
COMMON COMMON FBA_CMD2 A2_BA0

K11
FBA_CMD1 A3_BA3
NORMAL NORMAL

V11

K10
D2C2 F2F4E2E4B2B4A2A4 FBA_CMD3 A4_BA2 C 624 C319 C373 C411 C622

V13
FBA_D0 DQ0 FBA_D16 DQ16 FBA_CMD4 A5_BA1

T11
FBA_D1 DQ1 FBA_D17 DQ17 FBA_CMD7 K5 A6_A11 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

T13
FBA_D2 DQ2 FBA_D18 DQ18 FBA_CMD6 K4 A7_A8

N11
FBA_D3 DQ3 FBA_D19 DQ19 FBVDDQ FBA_CMD9 J5 RFU_A12

N13
FBA_D4 DQ4 FBA_D20 DQ20

M11
FBA_D5 DQ5 FBA_D21 DQ21 1000p_50V_X7R_04

R13 M13
FBA_D6 FBA_D22 GN D
DQ6 DQ22
FBA_D7 DQ7 FBA_D23 DQ23 R435
549_1%_04

P13
FBA_EDC0 EDC0 FBA_EDC 2 EDC2 FBA_CMD13 J2 RESET

B.Schematic Diagrams
FBA_DBI0 DBI0 FBA_DBI 2 DBI2 FBA_CMD14 J3 CKE
A10 FBA_VREFD_L V10 FBA_VREFD_L FBVDDQ
VREFD VREFD
J12 CLK
x32 x16 x32 x16 J11
CLK
A11 C315 V4 C638 R 436 R437
DQ8 NC DQ24 NC
A13 DQ9
V2 DQ25 1.33K_1%_04 931_1%_04
NC NC
B11 T4 R212 R217 C 639 C427 C428 C417 C424 C343
1000p_50V_X7R_04

1000p_50V_X7R_04
DQ10 NC DQ26 NC
B13 DQ11
T2 DQ27 40.2_1%_04 40.2_1%_04
NC NC
E11 N4 0.1u_10V_X5R _04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0. 1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04
DQ12 NC DQ28 NC
E13 N2
DQ13 NC DQ29 NC
F11 DQ14 GND M4 DQ30 GND
NC NC
F13 M2

Sheet 14 of 51
DQ15 DQ31 GND
NC NC
FBA_CLK0_MIDPT A5
NC_RFU_A5
C13 EDC1
R2 EDC3
V5 NC_RFU_V5
GN D
GND D13
G ND
P2
NC
DBI1 NC DBI3 NC
C421

D4 WCK01
P4 WCK23 FBVDD Q 0.01u_16V_X7R_04
13,14 FBA_WCK01

VGA Frame Buffer


D5 P5 FBVDDQ
13,14 FBA_WCK01# WCK01 WCK23

H5GQ1H24BFR-T2C H 5GQ1H24BFR-T2C
R189 GND
549_1%_04
C 372 C429 C431 C620 C317 C342

A
0.4
13,14 FBA_WCK23 FBA_VREFC 0 J14 VREFC 0.1u_10V_X5R _04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0. 1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04
13,14 FBA_WCK23#
FBA_ZQ0 J13
ZQ
R196 R183 C382
931_1%_04 1.33K_1%_04 FBA_SEN0 J10
SEN
GN D

1000p_50V_X7R_04
FBA_VREF_FET_L
6

D R168 R227 H 5GQ1H24BFR-T2C


Q10A 121_1%_04 1K_04
2 G MTDN 7002ZHS6R
15,16,17,18 GPIO10_FBVREF_ALTV S GND GND
1

GND GND
GND

FBVDDQ U24C
INS219203169
U10B BG A170
INS219203550
BG A170_MIRR CO MMO N
U10C
Normal
CO MMO N
INS219202563
R188

G3L3
13, 14,15 FBA_CMD [31:0] FBA_C MD12
BGA170_MIRR
FBA_SOE0 J1
RAS COMMON 1K_04 MF_VSS/SOE* FBVDDQ

G12
FBA_C MD15
13, 14 FBA_D[31:0] CAS
Mirrored add 1k to VSS

L12
FBA_C MD5 B10 C10
U10D U10A WE VSS VDD
FBA_C MD0 J1 FBA_SOE1 R199 B5 C5
INS219205213 INS219205044 CS SOE*/MF_VDD VSS VDD
1K_04 D10 D11

J4
BGA170_MIRR BGA170_MIRR add 1k to VDD VSS VDD
COMMON COMMON FBA_C MD8 B10 C 10 G10 G1
ABI VSS VDD VSS VDD
B5 C5 G5 G11

K5K4
MIRRORED MIRRO RED VSS VDD VSS VDD
FBA_C MD10 D10 D 11 H1 G14
A0_A10 VSS VDD VSS VDD
A11

K11
x32 x16 x32 x16 FBA_C MD11 G10 G1 H14 G4
P2R2 M2M4N2N4T2T4V2V4

A1_A9 VSS VDD VSS VDD


A13

K10
DQ0 DQ16 FBA_C MD2 A2_BA0
G5 VSS VDD
G11 K1 VSS VDD
L1

H11
NC NC
B11

FBA_C MD1 H1 G14 GND K14 L11


DQ1 DQ17 A3_BA3 VSS VDD VSS VDD

H 10
NC NC
B13

DQ2 DQ18 FBA_C MD3 A4_BA2


H14 VSS VDD
G4 L10 VSS VDD
L14
NC NC
E11

FBA_C MD4 K1 L1 L5 L4
DQ3 NC DQ19 NC A5_BA1 VSS VDD VSS VDD
E13

DQ4 NC DQ20 NC
FBA_C MD7 H5 A6_A11
K14
VSS VDD
L11 P10
VSS VDD
P11
F11

DQ5 DQ21 FBA_C MD6 H4 A7_A8


L10 VSS VDD
L14 T10 VSS VDD
R10
NC NC
C13 F13

DQ6 NC DQ22 NC
FBA_C MD9 J5 RFU_A12
L5
VSS VDD
L4 T5
VSS VDD
R5 FBVDDQ
P10 P11
DQ7 NC DQ23 NC VSS VDD
T10 VSS VDD
R 10 A1 VSSQ VDDQ
B1
D13

T5 R5 FBVD DQ A12 B12


EDC0 NC GND EDC2 GND VSS VDD VSSQ VDDQ
A14 B14
DBI0 NC DBI2 NC VSSQ VDDQ
A1 B1 A3 B3
VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
FBA_C MD13 J2 RESET
A12
VSSQ VDDQ
B12 C1
VSSQ VDDQ
D1
VREFD
V10 FBA_VREFD_L VREFD
A10 FBA_VREFD_L FBA_C MD14 J3 CKE
A14 VSSQ VDDQ
B14 C11 VSSQ VDDQ
D12
FBA_D8 V11 FBA_D24 A4 A3 B3 C12 D14
DQ8 DQ24 VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
FBA_D9 V13 FBA_D25 A2 FBA_C LK0 J12 C1 D1 C14 D3
DQ9 DQ25 CLK VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
FBA_D10 T11 DQ10 FBA_D26 B4 DQ26 FBA_C LK0# J11 CLK
C11 VSSQ VDDQ
D 12 C3 VSSQ VDDQ
E10
FBA_D11 T13 FBA_D27 B2 C12 D 14 C4 E5
DQ11 DQ27 VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
FBA_D12 N11 FBA_D28 E4 C14 D3 E1 F1
DQ12 DQ28 VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
FBA_D13 N13 DQ13 FBA_D29 E2 DQ29
C3 VSSQ VDDQ
E10 E12 VSSQ VDDQ
F12
FBA_D14 M11 DQ14 FBA_D30 F4 DQ30
C4 VSSQ VDDQ
E5 E14 VSSQ VDDQ
F14
FBA_D15 M13 FBA_D31 F2 E1 F1 E3 F3
DQ15 DQ31 VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
E12 F12 F10 G13
VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
FBA_EDC1 R13 EDC1 FBA_EDC 3 C2 EDC3
E14 VSSQ VDDQ
F14 F5 VSSQ VDDQ
G2
FBA_DBI1 P13 FBA_DBI 3 D2 E3 F3 H13 H12
DBI1 DBI3 VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
A5 F10 G13 H2 H3
NC_RFU_A5 VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
P4 WCK01
D4 WCK23
V5 NC_RFU_V5
F5 VSSQ VDDQ
G2 K13 VSSQ VDDQ
K12
13,14 FBA_WCK01 P5 D5 H13 H 12 K2 K3
13,14 FBA_WCK01# WCK01 WCK23 VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
H2 H3 M10 L13
VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
H5GQ1H24BFR-T2C H 5GQ1H24BFR-T2C K13 VSSQ VDDQ
K12 M5 VSSQ VDDQ
L2
K2 K3 N1 M1
VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
M10 VSSQ VDDQ
L13 N12 VSSQ VDDQ
M12
M5 L2 N14 M14
VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
N1 M1 N3 M3
13,14 FBA_WCK23 VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
N12 VSSQ VDDQ
M12 R1 VSSQ VDDQ
N10
13,14 FBA_WCK23# N14 M14 R11 N5
VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
N3 M3 R12 P1
VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
FBA_VREFC0 J14 R1 N 10 R14 P12
VREFC VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
R11 N5 R3 P14
VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
FBA_ZQ1 J13 R12 P1 R4 P3
ZQ VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
R14 P12 V1 T1
13 FBA_EDC[3:0] VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
FBA_EDC 0 FBA_SEN 0 J10 R3 P14 V12 T12
SEN VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
FBA_EDC 1 R4 VSSQ VDDQ
P3 V14 VSSQ VDDQ
T14
FBA_EDC 2 V1 T1 V3 T3
VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
FBA_EDC 3 R171 H5GQ1H24BFR-T2C V12 T12
VSSQ VDDQ
121_1%_04 V14 VSSQ VDDQ
T14 H 5GQ1H24BFR-T2C
V3 T3
13 FBA_DBI[3:0] VSSQ VDDQ
FBA_DBI 0 GND
FBA_DBI 1 H5GQ1H24BFR-T2C
FBA_DBI 2
FBA_DBI 3 GND
GND

13,15,16,17, 40 FBVDDQ

VGA Frame Buffer A B - 15


Schematic Diagrams

VGA Frame Buffer A

FBVDDQ
U11B
INS219889376
BGA170
COMMON

L3 G3
13,14,15 FBA_CMD[ 31:0] FBA_CMD28 RAS C401 C407 C362 C425 C434

L12
FBA_CMD31 CAS
13 FBA_CLK1

G12
FBA_CMD21 WE 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
13 FBA_CLK1# FBA_CMD16 CS

H5H4 J4
13,15 FBA_D[63:32] FBA_CMD24 ABI
U11D U11A FBA_CMD26 GND
A0_A10

H11
INS219889163 INS219889613
BGA170 BGA170
FBA_CMD27 A1_A9

H10
COMMON COMMON FBA_CMD18 A2_BA0

K11
FBA_CMD17 A3_BA3
NORMAL NORMAL

V11

K5K10
FBA_CMD19 FBVDDQ

D2C2 F2F4E2E4B2B4A2A4
A4_BA2

V13
FBA_D32 DQ0 FBA_D48 DQ16 FBA_CMD20 A5_BA1

T11
FBA_D33 DQ1 FBA_D49 DQ17 FBA_CMD23 A6_A11

T13
FBA_D34 DQ2 FBA_D50 DQ18 FBVDDQ FBA_CMD22 K4 A7_A8

N11
FBA_D35 DQ3 FBA_D51 DQ19 FBA_CMD25 J 5 RFU_A12

N13
FBA_D36 DQ4 FBA_D52 DQ20 C381 C415 C368 C332 C348

M11
FBA_D37 DQ5 FBA_D53 DQ21

R13 M13
FBA_D38 DQ6 FBA_D54 DQ22 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
FBA_D39 DQ7 FBA_D55 DQ23 R236
549_1%_04

P13
FBA_EDC4 EDC0 FBA_EDC6 EDC2 FBA_CMD29 J 2 RESET
FBA_DBI4 DBI0 FBA_DBI6 DBI2 0.4 FBA_CMD30 J 3 CKE
A10 FBA_VREFD_H V10 FBA_VREFD_H GND
VREFD VREFD
B.Schematic Diagrams

J12
CLK
x32 x16 x32 x16 J11
CLK
A11 V4 R235
DQ8 NC DQ24 NC
A13 C436 V2 C322 1.33K_1%_04 R234 FBVDDQ
DQ9 NC DQ25 NC
B11 T4 931_1%_04 R233 R232
DQ10 NC DQ26 NC
B13 T2

1000p_50V_X7R_04

1000p_50V_X7R_04
DQ11 NC DQ27 NC
40.2_1%_04 40.2_1%_04
E11 N4
DQ12 NC DQ28 NC
E13 N2
DQ13 NC DQ29 NC
F11 GND M4 C410 C422 C321 C412 C320 C387
DQ14 NC DQ30 NC
F13 M2 GND GND FBA_CLK1_MIDPT
DQ15 NC DQ31 NC
A5 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04
NC_RFU_A5
C13 R2 C435 V5
GND EDC1 GND EDC3 NC NC_RFU_V5
D13 P2

Sheet 15 of 51
DBI1 NC DBI3 NC
0.01u_16V_X7R_04
D4 P4 FBVDDQ
13,15 FBA_WCK45 WCK01 WCK23
D5 P5 GND
13,15 FBA_WCK45# WCK01 WCK23

H5GQ1H24BFR-T2C H5GQ1H24BFR-T2C

VGA Frame Buffer


R197 GND
549_1%_04

0.4 FBVDDQ
13,15 FBA_WCK67 FBA_VREFC1 J14
13,15 FBA_WCK67# VREFC
FBA_ZQ2 J13

A
ZQ
R204 R193 C392
931_1%_04 1.33K_1%_04 FBA_SEN2 J10 C361 C349 C358 C413 C383 C359
SEN

1000p_50V_X7R_04
FBA_VREF_FET_H 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04

3
D R170 R175 H5GQ1H24BFR-T2C
Q10B 121_1%_04 1K_04
5 G MTDN7002ZHS6R
14,16,17,18 GPIO10_FBVREF_ALTV
S GND GND

4
GND

GND GND GND

FBVDDQ
U11C
U25B INS219888414
INS219888276 BGA170
BGA170_MIRR COMMON
U25C
COMMON
INS219887764
R187 Normal

G3L3
13, 14,15 FBA_CMD[31:0] FBA_CMD28
BGA170_MIRR
FBA_SOE2 J1
RAS COMMON 1K_04 MF_VSS/SOE* FBVDDQ

G12
FBA_CMD31
13, 15 FBA_D[63:32] CAS Mirrored add 1k to VSS

L12
FBA_CMD21 B10 C10
U25D U25A WE VSS VDD
FBA_CMD16 J1 FBA_SOE3 R200 B5 C5
INS219888942 INS219887531 CS SOE*/MF_VDD VSS VDD
1K_04 D10 D11

K5K4 J4
BGA170_MIRR BGA170_MIRR add 1k to VDD VSS VDD
COMMON COMMON FBA_CMD24 B10 C10 G10 G1
ABI VSS VDD VSS VDD
B5 C5 G5 G11
MIRRO RED MIRRORED VSS VDD VSS VDD
FBA_CMD26 D10 D11 H1 G14
A0_A10 VSS VDD VSS VDD

A11

K11
x32 x16 x32 x16 FBA_CMD27 G10 G1 H14 G4
P2R2 M2M4N2N4T2T4V2V4

A1_A9 VSS VDD VSS VDD

A13

K10
FBA_CMD18 G5 G11 K1 L1
DQ0 DQ16 A2_BA0 VSS VDD VSS VDD

H11
NC NC

B11
FBA_CMD17 H1 G14 GN D K14 L11
DQ1 DQ17 A3_BA3 VSS VDD VSS VDD

H5H10
NC NC

B13
FBA_CMD19 H14 G4 L10 L14
DQ2 NC DQ18 NC A4_BA2 VSS VDD VSS VDD

E11
FBA_CMD20 K1 L1 L5 L4
DQ3 NC DQ19 NC A5_BA1 VSS VDD VSS VDD

E13
FBA_CMD23 K14 L11 P10 P11
DQ4 NC DQ20 NC A6_A11 VSS VDD VSS VDD

F11
DQ5 DQ21 FBA_CMD22 H4 A7_A8
L10
VSS VDD
L14 T10
VSS VDD
R10
NC NC

C13 F13
DQ6 NC DQ22 NC
FBA_CMD25 J5 RFU_A12
L5
VSS VDD
L4 T5
VSS VDD
R5 FBVDDQ
P10 P11
DQ7 NC DQ23 NC VSS VDD
T10 R10 A1 B1
VSS VDD VSSQ VDDQ

D13
T5 R5 FBVDDQ A12 B12
EDC0 NC GND EDC2 G ND VSS VDD VSSQ VDDQ
A14 B14
DBI0 NC DBI2 NC VSSQ VDDQ
A1 B1 A3 B3
VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
FBA_CMD29 J2 RESET
A12
VSSQ VDDQ
B12 C1
VSSQ VDDQ
D1
V10 FBA_VREFD_H A10 FBA_VREFD_H FBA_CMD30 J3 A14 B14 C11 D12
VREFD VREFD CKE VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
FBA_D40 V11 FBA_D56 A4 A3 B3 C12 D14
DQ8 DQ24 VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
FBA_D41 V13 FBA_D57 A2 FBA_CLK1 J 12 C1 D1 C14 D3
DQ9 DQ25 CLK VSSQ VDDQ