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W350ETQ
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Notebook Computer
W350ETQ
Service Manual
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Notice
The company reserves the right to revise this publication or to change its contents without notice. Information contained
herein is for reference only and does not constitute a commitment on the part of the manufacturer or any subsequent ven-
dor. They assume no responsibility or liability for any errors or inaccuracies that may appear in this publication nor are
they in anyway responsible for any loss or damage resulting from the use (or misuse) of this publication.
This publication and any accompanying software may not, in whole or in part, be reproduced, translated, transmitted or
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their respective companies. They are mentioned for identification purposes only and are not intended as an endorsement
of that product or its manufacturer.
Version 1.0
August 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 W350ETQ
series 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
Appendix B, Schematic Diagrams
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Follow basic safety precautions, including those listed below, to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury to per-
sons when using any electrical equipment:
1. Do not use this product near water, for example near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink or laundry tub, in a wet
basement or near a swimming pool.
2. Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of elec-
trical shock from lightning.
3. Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
4. Use only the power cord and batteries indicated in this manual. Do not dispose of batteries in a fire. They may
explode. Check with local codes for possible special disposal instructions.
5. This product is intended to be supplied by a Listed Power Unit (Full Range AC/DC Adapter – AC Input 100 - 240V,
50 - 60Hz, DC Output 19V, 6.3A).
This Computer’s Optical Device is a Laser Class 1 Product
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Instructions for Care and Operation
The notebook computer is quite rugged, but it can be damaged. To prevent this, follow these suggestions:
1. Don’t drop it, or expose it to shock. If the computer falls, the case and the components could be damaged.
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.
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 expose the computer
to any shock or vibration. Do not place it on an unstable
surface. Do not place anything heavy
on the computer.
Do not expose it to excessive
heat or direct sunlight. Do not leave it in a place
where foreign matter or mois-
ture may affect the system.
Don’t use or store the com-
puter in a humid environment. Do not place the computer on
any surface which will block
the vents.
Do not turn off the power
until you properly shut down
all programs.
Do not turn off any peripheral
devices when the computer is
on.
Do not disassemble the com-
puter by yourself. Perform routine maintenance
on your computer.
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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.
Power Safety
The computer has specific power requirements:
Only use a power adapter approved for use with this computer.
Your AC adapter may be designed for international travel but it still requires a steady, uninterrupted power supply. If you are
unsure of your local power specifications, consult your service representative or local power company.
The power adapter may have either a 2-prong or a 3-prong grounded plug. The third prong is an important safety feature; do
not defeat its purpose. If you do not have access to a compatible outlet, have a qualified electrician install one.
When you want to unplug the power cord, be sure to disconnect it by the plug head, not by its wire.
Make sure the socket and any extension cord(s) you use can support the total current load of all the connected devices.
Before cleaning the computer, make sure it is disconnected from any external power supplies.
Use only approved brands of
peripherals. Unplug the power cord before
attaching peripheral devices.
Do not plug in the power
cord if you are wet. Do not use the power cord if
it is broken. Do not place heavy objects
on the power cord.
Power Safety
Warning
Before you undertake
any upgrade proce-
dures, make sure that
you have turned off the
power, and discon-
nected all peripherals
and cables (including
telephone lines). It is
advisable to also re-
move your battery in
order to prevent acci-
dentally turning the
machine on.
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Battery Precautions
Only use batteries designed for this computer. The wrong battery type may explode, leak or damage the computer.
Do not continue to use a battery that has been dropped, or that appears damaged (e.g. bent or twisted) in any way. Even if the
computer continues to work with a damaged battery in place, it may cause circuit damage, which may possibly result in fire.
Recharge the batteries using the notebook’s system. Incorrect recharging may make the battery explode.
Do not try to repair a battery pack. Refer any battery pack repair or replacement to your service representative or qualified service
personnel.
Keep children away from, and promptly dispose of a damaged battery. Always dispose of batteries carefully. Batteries may explode
or leak if exposed to fire, or improperly handled or discarded.
Keep the battery away from metal appliances.
Affix tape to the battery contacts before disposing of the battery.
Do not touch the battery contacts with your hands or metal objects.
Battery Guidelines
The following can also apply to any backup batteries you may have.
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
This describes the notebook PC’s features and the procedures for operating the computer and its ROM-based setup pro-
gram. It also describes the installation and operation of the utility programs provided with the notebook PC.
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Contents
Introduction ..............................................1-1
Overview .........................................................................................1-1
System Specifications .....................................................................1-2
External Locator - Front View with LCD Panel Open ....................1-4
External Locator - Front & Right side Views .................................1-5
External Locator - Left Side & Rear View .....................................1-6
External Locator - Bottom View .....................................................1-7
Mainboard Overview - Top (Key Parts) .........................................1-8
Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Key Parts) ....................................1-9
Mainboard Overview - Top (Connectors) .....................................1-10
Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Connectors) ...............................1-11
Disassembly ...............................................2-1
Overview .........................................................................................2-1
Maintenance Tools ..........................................................................2-2
Connections .....................................................................................2-2
Maintenance Precautions .................................................................2-3
Disassembly Steps ...........................................................................2-4
Removing the Battery ......................................................................2-5
Removing the Optical (CD/DVD) Device ......................................2-6
Removing the Hard Disk Drive .......................................................2-7
Removing and Installing the Processor .........................................2-10
Removing the Keyboard ................................................................2-13
Removing the System Memory (RAM) ........................................2-14
Removing the Hinge Cover ...........................................................2-16
Part Lists ..................................................A-1
Part List Illustration Location ........................................................A-2
Top with Fingerprint ......................................................................A-3
Top without Fingerprint .................................................................A-4
Bottom ............................................................................................A-5
LCD ............................................................................................... A-6
HDD ............................................................................................... A-7
2nd HDD ........................................................................................ A-8
DVD ............................................................................................... A-9
COMBO ....................................................................................... A-10
Schematic Diagrams.................................B-1
System Block Diagram ...................................................................B-2
Ivy Bridge 1/7 ................................................................................B-3
Ivy Bridge 2/7 .................................................................................B-4
Ivy Bridge 3/7 .................................................................................B-5
Ivy Bridge 4/7 .................................................................................B-6
Ivy Bridge 5/7 .................................................................................B-7
Ivy Bridge 6/7 .................................................................................B-8
Ivy Bridge 7/7 ................................................................................B-9
DDR3 SO-DIMM A_0 .................................................................B-10
DDR3 SO-DIMM B_0 .................................................................B-11
DDR3 SO-DIMM A_1 .................................................................B-12
Panel, Inverter, CRT .....................................................................B-13
VGA PCI-E Interface ....................................................................B-14
VGA Frame Buffer Interface ........................................................B-15
VGA Frame Buffer A ...................................................................B-16
VGA Frame Buffer A ...................................................................B-17
VGA Frame Buffer B ...................................................................B-18
VGA Frame Buffer B ...................................................................B-19
VGA I/O .......................................................................................B-20
VGA NVDD Decoupling ..............................................................B-21
PantherPoint M 1/9 .......................................................................B-22
PantherPoint M 2/9 .......................................................................B-23
PantherPoint M 3/9 .......................................................................B-24
PantherPoint M 4/9 .......................................................................B-25
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PantherPoint M 5/9 .......................................................................B-26
PantherPoint M 6/9 .......................................................................B-27
PantherPoint M 7/9 .......................................................................B-28
PantherPoint M 8/9 .......................................................................B-29
PantherPoint M 9/9 .......................................................................B-30
Mini PCIE, Fan, Audio Con .........................................................B-31
USB Charge, CCD, TPM, Multi-Con ..........................................B-32
ESATA/USB3.0 Connector .........................................................B-33
Card Reader / LAN RTL8411 ...................................................... B-34
SATA HDD, VLED CON, LID SW ............................................ B-35
HDMI, RJ45, Audio AMP ........................................................... B-36
Audio Codec ALC269 .................................................................. B-37
KBC ITE IT8518E .......................................................................B-38
5VS, 3VS, 3.3VM, 1.5VS_CPU ..................................................B-39
VDD3, VDD5 ............................................................................... B-40
Power 0.85VS, 1.8VS ..................................................................B-41
Power 1.5/0.75V/PEX_VDD ....................................................... B-42
Power 1.05VS, 0.85VS ................................................................B-43
Power V-Core 1 ............................................................................ B-44
Power V-Core 2 ............................................................................ B-45
VGA NVVDD .............................................................................. B-46
AC-In, Charger .............................................................................B-47
W370/350ET Audio Board .......................................................... B-48
W370/350ET Power LED Board ................................................. B-49
W370/350ET Click Board ............................................................ B-50
W370ET Power Switch Board ..................................................... B-51
W350ET Power Switch Board ..................................................... B-52
W370ET LID / VGA LED Board ................................................ B-53
W350ET LID / VGA LED Board ................................................ B-54
W350ET VGA / WLAN SW Board ............................................. B-55
POWER ON SEQUENCE ...........................................................B-56
Updating the FLASH ROM BIOS......... C-1
Introduction
Overview 1 - 1
1.Introduction
Chapter 1: Introduction
Overview
This manual covers the information you need to service or upgrade the W350ETQ series notebook computer. Information
about operating the computer (e.g. getting started, and the Setup utility) is in the User’s Manual. Information about driv-
ers (e.g. VGA & audio) is also found in User’s Manual. That manual is shipped with the computer.
Operating systems (e.g. Windows 7, etc.) have their own manuals as do application software (e.g. word processing and
database programs). If you have questions about those programs, you should consult those manuals.
The W350ETQ series notebook is designed to be upgradeable. See Disassembly on page 2 - 1 for a detailed description
of the upgrade procedures for each specific component. Please note the warning and safety information indicated by the
” symbol.
The balance of this chapter reviews the computer’s technical specifications and features.
Introduction
1 - 2 System Specifications
1.Introduction
System Specifications
Processor Options
Intel® Core™ i7 Processor
i7-3820QM (2.70GHz)
8MB L3 Cache, 22nm, DDR3-1600MHz, TDP
45W
i7-3720QM (2.60GHz), i7-3610QM (2.30GHz)
6MB L3 Cache, 22nm, DDR3-1600MHz, TDP
45W
i7-3520M (2.90GHz)
4MB L3 Cache, 22nm, DDR3-1600MHz, TDP
35W
Intel® Core™ i5 Processor
i5-3360M (2.80GHz), i5-3320M (2.60GHz),
i5-3210M (2.50GHz)
3MB L3 Cache, 22nm, DDR3-1600MHz, TDP
35W
Intel® Core™ i3 Processor
i3-3110M (2.40GHz)
3MB L3 Cache, 22nm, DDR3-1600MHz, TDP
35W
Intel® Core™ i7 Processor
i7-2860QM (2.50GHz), i7-2820QM (2.30GHz)
8MB L3 Cache, 32nm, DDR3-1600MHz, TDP
45W
i7-2760QM (2.40GHz), i7-2720QM (2.20GHz)
6MB L3 Cache, 32nm, DDR3-1600MHz, TDP
45W
i7-2670QM (2.20GHz), i7-2630QM (2.00GHz)
6MB L3 Cache, 32nm, DDR3-1333MHz, TDP
45W
i7-2640M (2.80GHz), i7-2620M (2.70GHz)
4MB L3 Cache, 32nm, DDR3-1333MHz, TDP
35W
Intel® Core™ i5 Processor
i5-2540M (2.60GHz), i5-2520M (2.50GHz),
i5-2450M (2.50GHz), i5-2430M (2.40GHz), i5-
2410M (2.30GHz)
3MB L3 Cache, 32nm, DDR3-1333MHz, TDP
35W
Intel® Core™ i3 Processor
i3-2370M (2.40GHz), i3-2350M (2.30GHz), i3-
2330M (2.20GHz), i3-2310M (2.10GHz)
3MB L3 Cache, 32nm, DDR3-1333MHz, TDP
35W
Core Logic
Intel® HM77 Chipset
BIOS
One 48Mb SPI Flash ROM
AMI BIOS
LCD
15.6" (39.62cm) HD+ (1600 * 900) / FHD (1920
* 1080), 16:9 Backlit Panel
Audio
High Definition Audio Compliant Interface
S/PDIF Digital Output
THX TruStudio Pro
2 * Built-In Speakers
Built-In Microphone
Storage
One 12.7 mm Super Multi/Blu-Ray Combo/Blu-
Ray Writer SATA Optical Device Drive (Factory
Option)
Up to Two (Factory Option) Changeable 2.5"
9.5 mm (h) SATA (Serial) Hard Disks with RAID
Level 0/1 Support
Memory
Dual Channel DDRIII (DDR3)
*
Three 204 Pin SO-DIMM Sockets Supporting
DDRIII (DDR3) 1333/1600 MHz Memory
Modules (real operational frequency depends
on the FSB of the processor)
*
Note: Three SO-DIMMs are only supported by
Quad-Core CPUs; Dual-Core CPUs support two
SO-DIMMs maximum
Memory Expandable up to 24GB
Compatible with 2GB, 4GB or 8GB Modules
Video Adapter
Intel® Integrated GPU and NVIDIA® Discrete
GPU
Supports NVIDIA® Optimus Technology
Intel Integrated GPU (GPU is Dependent on
Processor)
Intel® HD Graphics 3000
Dynamic Frequency (Intel Dynamic Video Mem-
ory Technology for up to 1.7GB)
Microsoft DirectX®10 Compatible
Intel® HD Graphics 4000
Dynamic Frequency (Intel Dynamic Video Mem-
ory Technology for up to 1.7GB)
Microsoft DirectX®11 Compatible
NVIDIA Discrete GPU
NVIDIA® GeForce GTX 660M
2GB GDDR5 Video RAM
Microsoft DirectX®11 Compatible
Introduction
System Specifications 1 - 3
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Security
BIOS Password
Security (Kensington® Type) Lock Slot
Fingerprint Reader Module (Factory Option)
Keyboard
Full Size Isolated Winkey Keyboard with
Numeric Keypad
Pointing Device
Built-In TouchPad (with Multi Gesture
Functionality)
Interface
One USB 2.0 Port
Three USB 3.0 Ports
One eSATA Port (SATA/USB 3.0 Combo)
One External Monitor Port
One HDMI™-Out (High-Definition Multimedia
Interface) Port (with HDCP)
One Microphone-In Jack
One Headphone/Speaker-Out Jack
One S/PDIF Out Jack
One RJ-45 LAN
Jack
One DC-In Jack
Slots
1st Mini-Card Slot:
Mini-Card Slot for WLAN & Bluetooth Combo
Half Mini-Card Module with PCIe and USB
Interface
2nd Mini-Card Slot for Model A Only:
Mini-Card Slot for 3G Full Size Mini-Card
Module with USB Interface
Card Reader
Embedded Multi-In-1 Push-Push Card Reader
- MMC / RSMMC
- SD / Mini SD / SDHC / SDXC
- MS / MS Pro / MS Duo
Note: Some of these cards require PC
adapters that are usually supplied with the
cards.
Communication
Built-In 10/100/1000Mb Base-TX Ethernet LAN
(Factory Option) 1.3M Pixels/2M Pixels (HD)
PC Camera Module
WLAN/ Bluetooth Half Mini-Card Modules:
(Factory Option) Intel® Centrino® Ultimate-N
6300 Wireless LAN (802.11a/g/n)
(Factory Option) Intel® Centrino® Advanced-N
6235 Wireless LAN (802.11a/g/n) + Bluetooth
4.0
(Factory Option) Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N
2230 Wireless LAN (802.11b/g/n) + Bluetooth
4.0
(Factory Option) Third-Party Wireless LAN
(802.11b/g/n)
(Factory Option) Third-Party Wireless LAN
(802.11b/g/n) + Bluetooth 4.0
UMTS/HSPDA OR UMTS/HSPDA+ based 3G
Module with Mini-Card Interface (Factory
Option)
Quad-band GSM/GPRS (850 MHz, 900 MHz,
1800 MHz, 1900 MHz)
UMTS WCDMA FDD (2100 MHz)
Note that UMTS modes CAN NOT be used in
North America
Power
Full Range AC/DC Adapter – AC in 100 - 240V,
50 - 60Hz DC Output 19V, 6.3A (120 Watts)
Removable 8 Cell Smart Lithium Ion Battery Pack
76.96WH
Environmental Spec
Temperature
Operating: 5°C - 35°C
Non-Operating: -20°C - 60°C
Relative Humidity
Operating: 20% - 80%
Non-Operating: 10% - 90%
Physical Dimensions & Weight
374mm (w) * 250mm (d) * 16.3 - 42.7mm (h)
2.7kg with ODD and Battery
Introduction
1 - 4 External Locator - Front View with LCD Panel Open
1.Introduction
External Locator - Front View with LCD Panel Open
Figure 1
Top View
1. Optional Built-In PC
Camera
2. LCD
3. Power Button
4. Top Case LED
Indicators
5. WLAN Hot Key
Button
6. GPU Button
7. Speakers
8. Keyboard
9. Built-In Microphone
10. Touchpad & Buttons
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1
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8
6
745
3
10
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External Locator - Front & Right side Views 1 - 5
1.Introduction
External Locator - Front & Right side Views
Figure 2
Front Views
1. LED Indicators
Figure 3
Right Side Views
1. Multi-in-1 Card
Reader
2. USB 3.0 Ports
3. Combined eSATA/
USB 3.0 Port
4. HDMI-Out Port
5. RJ-45 LAN Jack
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1 - 6 External Locator - Left Side & Rear View
1.Introduction
External Locator - Left Side & Rear View
Figure 4
Left Side View
1. Security Lock Slot
2. USB 2.0 Port
3. S/PDIF-Out Jack
4. Microphone-In Jack
5. Headphone-Out Jack
6. Optical Device Drive
Bay
7. Emergency Eject
Hole
Figure 5
Rear View
1. External Monitor Port
2. DC-In Jack
3. Vent
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External Locator - Bottom View 1 - 7
1.Introduction
External Locator - Bottom View
Figure 6
Bottom View
1. Component Bay
Cover
2. Vent
3. Battery
4. HDD Bay
Overheating
To prevent your com-
puter from overheating
make sure nothing
blocks the vent/fan in-
takes while the com-
puter is in use.
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2
4
3
2
Introduction
1 - 8 Mainboard Overview - Top (Key Parts)
1.Introduction
Mainboard Overview - Top (Key Parts)
1
2
3
4
Figure 7
Mainboard Top
Key Parts
1. Memory Slots DDR3
So-DIMM
2. CMOS Battery
3. Mini-Card Connector
(3G Module)
4. Mini-Card Connector
(WLAN Module)
Introduction
Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Key Parts) 1 - 9
1.Introduction
Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Key Parts)
Figure 8
Mainboard Bottom
Key Parts
1. PantherPoint
Controller
2. CPU Socket
3. Memory Slots DDR3
So-DIMM
4. NV Graphic
5. KBC
1
3
2
4
5
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1 - 10 Mainboard Overview - Top (Connectors)
1.Introduction
Mainboard Overview - Top (Connectors)
Figure 9
Mainboard Top
Connectors
1. Audio Cable
Connector
2. Power Switch Cable
Connector
3. ODD Cable Connector
4. Keyboard Cable
Connector
5. Click Board Cable
Connector
6. VGA SW Cable
Connector
7. Speaker Cable
Connector
8. RJ-45 LAN Jack
9. HDMI-Out Port
10. eSATA Connector
11. USB 3.0 Ports
12. Multi-in-1 Card Reader
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3
2
5
7
6
8
9
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Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Connectors) 1 - 11
1.Introduction
Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Connectors)
Figure 10
Mainboard Bottom
Connectors
1. HDD2 Connector
2. External Monitor
Port
3. DC-In Jack
4. Fan Cable
Connector
5. CCD Cable
Connector
6. HDD1 Connector
7. Battery Connector
8. LCD Cable
Connector
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Disassembly
Overview 2 - 1
2.Disassembly
Chapter 2: Disassembly
Overview
This chapter provides step-by-step instructions for disassembling the W350ETQ 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.
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-
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.
Information
Warning
Disassembly
2 - 2 Overview
2.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
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.
Disassembly
Overview 2 - 3
2.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:
1. Don't drop it. Perform your repairs and/or upgrades on a stable surface. If the computer falls, the case and other
components could be damaged.
2. Don't overheat it. Note the proximity of any heating elements. Keep the computer out of direct sunlight.
3. Avoid interference. Note the proximity of any high capacity transformers, electric motors, and other strong mag-
netic fields. These can hinder proper performance and damage components and/or data. You should also monitor
the position of magnetized tools (i.e. screwdrivers).
4. Keep it dry. This is an electrical appliance. If water or any other liquid gets into it, the computer could be badly
damaged.
5. Be careful with power. Avoid accidental shocks, discharges or explosions.
•Before removing or servicing any part from the computer, turn the computer off and detach any power supplies.
•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.
6. Peripherals – Turn off and detach any peripherals.
7. Beware of static discharge. ICs, such as the CPU and main support chips, are vulnerable to static electricity.
Before handling any part in the computer, discharge any static electricity inside the computer. When handling a
printed circuit board, do not use gloves or other materials which allow static electricity buildup. We suggest that
you use an anti-static wrist strap instead.
8. Beware of corrosion. As you perform your job, avoid touching any connector leads. Even the cleanest hands pro-
duce oils which can attract corrosive elements.
9. Keep your work environment clean. Tobacco smoke, dust or other air-born particulate matter is often attracted
to charged surfaces, reducing performance.
10. Keep track of the components. When removing or replacing any part, be careful not to leave small parts, such as
screws, loose inside the computer.
Cleaning
Do not apply cleaner directly to the computer, use a soft clean cloth.
Do not use volatile (petroleum distillates) or abrasive cleaners on any part of the computer.
Power Safety
Warning
Before you undertake
any upgrade proce-
dures, make sure that
you have turned off the
power, and discon-
nected all peripherals
and cables (including
telephone lines and
power cord). It is advis-
able to also remove
your battery in order to
prevent accidentally
turning the machine
on.
Disassembly
2 - 4 Disassembly Steps
2.Disassembly
Disassembly Steps
The following table lists the disassembly steps, and on which page to find the related information. PLEASE PERFORM
THE DISASSEMBLY STEPS IN THE ORDER INDICATED.
To remove the Battery:
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
To remove the Optical Device:
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
2. Remove the optical device page 2 - 6
To remove the HDD:
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
2. Remove the HDD page 2 - 7
To remove and install the Processor:
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
2. Remove the Processor page 2 - 10
3. Install the Processor page 2 - 12
To remove the Keyboard:
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
2. Remove the keyboard page 2 - 13
To remove the System Memory:
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
2. Remove the system memory page 2 - 14
To remove the Hinge Cover:
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
2. Remove the hinge cover page 2 - 16
Disassembly
Removing the Battery 2 - 5
2.Disassembly
Removing the Battery
If you are confident in undertaking upgrade procedures yourself, for safety reasons it is best to remove the battery.
1. Turn the computer off, and turn it over.
2. Slide the latch in the direction of the arrow.
3. Slide the latch in the direction of the arrow and battery will pop-up.
4. Lift the battery up (Figure b) and out of the battery bay.
3. Battery
1
2
3
Figure 1
Battery Removal
a. Slide the latch in the
direction of the arrow.
and slide the latch in
the direction of the arrow
and battery will pop-up.
b. Lift the battery out of the
bay as indicated.
1
2
a.
3
1
2
b.
Disassembly
2 - 6 Removing the Optical (CD/DVD) Device
2.Disassembly
Removing the Optical (CD/DVD) Device
1. Turn off the computer, and turn it over and remove the battery (page 2 - 5) and remove the component bay cover
(page 2 - 9).
2. Remove the screw , and use a screwdriver to carefully push out the optical device at point .
3. Reverse the process to install the new device.
Figure 2
Optical Device
Removal
a. Remove the screw and
push the optical device
out of the computer.
1
3
2
3. Optical Device
•1 Screw
a.
1
23
Disassembly
Removing the Hard Disk Drive 2 - 7
2.Disassembly
Removing the Hard Disk Drive
The hard disk drive is mounted in a removable case and can be taken out to accommodate other 2.5" SATA hard disk
drives with a height of 9.5mm (h). Follow your operating system’s installation instructions, and install all necessary driv-
ers and utilities (as outlined in Chapter 4 of the User’s Manual) when setting up a new hard disk.
Hard Disk Upgrade Process
1. Turn off the computer, and turn it over and remove the battery (page 2 - 5).
2. Locate the Hard disk bay cover and remove screw .
3. Slide the cover in the direction of the arrow (as illustrated) until the case markers line up.
4. Remove the bay cover .
Figure 3
HDD Assembly
Removal
a. Remove the screws.
b. Remove the cover
4. Hard Disk Bay Cov-
er
•1 Screws
1
2
3
4
3
a. b.
1
4
3
2
Disassembly
2 - 8 Removing the Hard Disk Drive
2.Disassembly
5. Grip the tab and slide the hard disk in the direction of arrow (Figure 4e).
6. Lift the hard disk assembly out of the computer.
7. Remove screws - .
8. Separate the hard disk and hard disk mylar .
9. Reverse the process to install a new hard disk(s).
5
6 Hard Disk Assembly
9. Hard Disks
10. Hard Disk Mylar
•2 Screws
Figure 4
HDD Assembly
Removal (cont’d.)
c. Slide the hard disk as-
sembly out.
d. Lift the hard disk assem-
bly out off the computer.
e. Remove the screws to
release the hard disk
from the mylar.
6
7
8
9
10
7
8
d.
c.
6
9
e.
5
10
Disassembly
Removing the Hard Disk Drive 2 - 9
2.Disassembly
Removing the Hard Disk(s) in the Secondary HDD Bay
1. Turn off the computer, and turn it over and remove the battery.
2. Locate the component bay cover and remove screws - and the cover.
3. The hard disk will be visible at point on the mainboard.
4. Remove screws - (Note that you need to set aside the cable to see the screw ).
5. Grip the tab and slide the hard disk in the direction of arrow (Figure 5e).
6. Lift the hard disk assembly out of the compartment.
7. Remove the screws - to release the hard disk(s) and hard disk mylar from the case .
8. Reverse the process to install any new hard disk(s).
Figure 5
Secondary HDD
Assembly Removal
a. Remove the screws and
cover.
b. Locate the hard disk.
c. Remove the screws.
d. Slide the hard disk as-
sembly out.
e. Lift the hard disk assem-
bly out off the computer.
f. Remove the screws and
separate the HDD(s)
from case.
1
3
4
6
7
5
6
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
1
a.
3
b.
c.
2
6
59
c. e.
d.
13
14
8
12
f.
7
4
10
11
Note:
Re-insert the cable after reinstalling the
hard disk assembly and tightening the screws.
5
9. Hard Disk Assembly
12. Hard Disks
13. Hard Disk Mylar
14. Hard Disk Case
•7 Screws
Disassembly
2 - 10 Removing and Installing the Processor
2.Disassembly
Removing and Installing the Processor
Processor Removal Procedure
1. Turn off the computer, and turn it over, remove the battery (page 2 - 5), and component bay cover (page 2 - 9).
2. The CPU heat sink will be visible at point on the mainboard.
3. Remove screws , , , , , , , the reverse order indicated on the label (Figure 6b).
4. Grip the heat sink tab and carefully lift the heat sink up straight (do not angle it as you lift it) about a cen-
timeter in order to clear the fan unit, and then angle it around 45° to remove it from the computer.
A
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
8
9
9. CPU Heat Sink
•7 Screws
Caution
The heat sink, and
CPU area in general,
contains parts which
are subject to high
temperatures. Allow
the area time to cool
before removing these
parts.
Figure 6
Processor Removal
a. Locate the heat sink.
b. Remove the screws.
c. Grip the heat sink tab and
carefully lift the heat sink
up and off the computer.
c.
a.
A
8
b.
21
3
46
5
7
8
45°
9
9
Disassembly
Removing and Installing the Processor 2 - 11
2.Disassembly
5. Turn the release latch towards the unlock symbol to release the CPU (Figure 7d).
6. Carefully (it may be hot) lift the CPU up and out of the socket (Figure 7e).
7. Reverse the process to install a new CPU.
8. When re-inserting the CPU, pay careful attention to the pin alignment, it will fit only one way (DO NOT FORCE IT!).
10
11
Figure 7
Processor Removal
(cont’d)
d. Turn the release latch to
unlock the CPU.
e. Lift the CPU out of the
socket.
d.
e.
Caution
The heat sink, and CPU area in
general, contains parts which are
subject to high temperatures. Allow
the area time to cool before remov-
ing these parts.
Unlock Lock
10
11
10
11. CPU
Disassembly
2 - 12 Removing and Installing the Processor
2.Disassembly
Processor Installation Procedure
1. Insert the CPU (Figure 8a), pay careful attention to the pin alignment, it will fit only one way (DO NOT FORCE
IT!), and turn the release latch towards the lock symbol (Figure 8b).
2. Insert the heat sink at an angle of around 30° as indicated in Figure 8c.
3. Tighten the CPU heat sink screws in the order , , , , , & (the order as indicated on the label
and Figure 8d).
4. Replace the component bay cover.
A
B
C
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
45°
b.
B
a.
C
Note:
Tighten the screws in the order
as indicated on the label.
A
c.
d.
21
3
46
5
7
Figure 8
Processor
Installation
a. Insert the CPU.
b. Turn the release latch to-
wards the lock symbol.
c. Insert the heat sink.
d. Tighten the screws.
A. CPU
C. Heat Sink
•7 Screws
Disassembly
Removing the Keyboard 2 - 13
2.Disassembly
Removing the Keyboard
1. Turn off the computer, and turn it over and remove the battery (page 2 - 5), and component bay cover (page 2 - 9).
2. Use a screwdriver to carefully push out the speakers cover at point .
3. Turn the computer over, unsnap the speaker cover upward from the center of the computer (Figure 9b).
4. Remove screws - from the keyboard (Figure 9c).
5. Carefully lift the keyboard up from point , being careful not to bend the keyboard ribbon cable .
6. Disconnect the keyboard ribbon cable from the locking collar socket by using a flat-head screwdriver to pry
the locking collar pins away from the base (Figure 9d).
7. Carefully lift up the keyboard (Figure 9e) off the computer.
2
1
2
3
7
8
9
10
10
11
8
1
a.
2
b.
d.
8
8
10
Keyboard Tabs
e.
11
Re-Inserting the
Keyboard
When re-inserting the
keyboard firstly align the
four keyboard tabs at
the bottom (Figure 9e)
at the bottom of the key-
board with the slots in
the case.
c.
34 5 6 7
9
8
Figure 9
Keyboard Removal
a. Use a screwdriver to
carefully push out the
speakers cover at
point .
b. Turn the computer
over, unsnap the LED
cover module upward
from the center of the
computer.
c. Remove screws from
the keyboard. Careful-
ly lift the keyboard up.
c. Disconnect the key-
board ribbon cable
from the locking collar
socket by using a flat-
head screwdriver to
pry the locking collar
pins away from the
base.
e. Remove the keyboard.
1
2. Speaker Cover
8. Keyboard
•5 Screws
Disassembly
2 - 14 Removing the System Memory (RAM)
2.Disassembly
Removing the System Memory (RAM)
The computer has three memory sockets for 204 pin Small Outline Dual In-line (SO-DIMM) DDR III (DDR3) type memory
modules. The total memory size is automatically detected by the POST routine once you turn on your computer.
Note that three SO-DIMMs are only supported by Quad-Core CPUs; Dual-Core CPUs support two SO-DIMMs maxi-
mum.
Two primary memory sockets are located under component bay cover (the bottom case cover), and one secondary
memory sockets are located under the keyboard. If you are installing only two RAM modules then they should be in-
stalled in the primary memory sockets under the component bay cover.
Primary System Memory Upgrade Process
1. Turn off the computer, turn it over and remove the battery (page 2 - 5) and remove the component bay cover
(page 2 - 9).
2. The RAM modules will be visible at point on the mainboard.
3. Gently pull the two release latches ( & ) on the sides of the memory socket in the direction indicated by the
arrows (Figure 10b). The RAM module will pop-up (Figure 10c), and you can then remove it.
4. Pull the latches to release the second module if necessary.
Figure 10
RAM Module
Removal
a. The RAM modules will
be visible at point
on the mainboard.
b. Pull the release lat-
ches.
c. Remove the module.
Contact Warning
Be careful not to touch
the metal pins on the
module’s connecting
edge. Even the cleanest
hands have oils which
can attract particles, and
degrade the module’s
performance.
1
4. RAM Module
1
2
3
4
b. c.
2
4
a.
1
3
Disassembly
Removing the System Memory (RAM) 2 - 15
2.Disassembly
Memory (under Keyboard) Upgrade Process
5. Turn off the computer, turn it over and remove the battery (page 2 - 5), component bay cover (page 2 - 9) and
keyboard (page 2 - 13).
6. The memory sockets will be visible at point (Figure 11d).
7. Gently pull the two release latches ( & ) on the sides of the memory socket(s) in the direction indicated below.
8. The RAM module will pop-up, and you can remove it.
9. Insert a new module holding it at about a 30° angle and fit the connectors firmly into the memory slot.
10. The module’s pin alignment will allow it to only fit one way. Make sure the module is seated as far into the slot as it
will go. DO NOT FORCE the module; it should fit without much pressure.
11. Press the module in and down towards the mainboard until the slot levers click into place to secure the module.
12. Replace the bay cover and screws.
13. Restart the computer to allow the BIOS to register the new memory configuration as it starts up.
5
6
7
4
e.
d.
6
f.
7
4
4
Contact Warning
Be careful not to touch the metal pins on the module’s connect-
ing edge. Even the cleanest hands have oils which can attract
particles, and degrade the module’s performance.
5
Figure 11
RAM Module
(under keyboard)
Removal
d. The secondary RAM
modules will be visible
at point .
e. Pull the release lat-
ches.
f. Remove the module.
5
4 RAM Module
Disassembly
2 - 16 Removing the Hinge Cover
2.Disassembly
Removing the Hinge Cover
1. Turn off the computer, turn it over and remove the battery (page 2 - 5), and component bay cover (page 2 - 9).
2. Remove screws - and use a screwdriver to carefully push out the hinge cover at point .
3. Turn the computer over, carefully lift the hinge cover out of the computer (Figure 12b).
1
2
4
3
4
1
a.
b. 4
3
2
Figure 12
Hinge Cover
Removal
a. Remove the screws
and use a screwdriver
to push out the hinge
cover.
b. Turn the computer
over, remove the
hinger cover.
4. Hinge Cover
•2 Screws
Part Lists
A-1
A.Part Lists
Appendix A: Part Lists
This appendix breaks down the W350ETQ 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
time of publication. Over the product life, some parts may be improved or re-configured, resulting in new part numbers.
Part Lists
A - 2 Part List Illustration Location
A.Part Lists
Part List Illustration Location
The following table indicates where to find the appropriate part list illustration.
Table A- 1
Part List Illustration
Location
Parts W350ETQ
Top with Fingerprint page A - 3
Top without Fingerprint page A - 4
Bottom page A - 5
LCD page A - 6
HDD page A - 7
2nd HDD page A - 8
DVD page A - 9
COMBO page A - 10
Part Lists
Top with Fingerprint A - 3
A.Part Lists
Top with Fingerprint
灰色
Figure A - 1
Top with
Fingerprint
Part Lists
A - 4 Top without Fingerprint
A.Part Lists
Top without Fingerprint
灰色
Figure A - 2
Top without
Fingerprint
Part Lists
Bottom A - 5
A.Part Lists
Bottom
Figure A - 3
Bottom
Part Lists
A - 6 LCD
A.Part Lists
LCD
非耐落
銘板
Figure A - 4
LCD
Part Lists
HDD A - 7
A.Part Lists
HDD
Figure A - 5
HDD
Part Lists
A - 8 2nd HDD
A.Part Lists
2nd HDD
Figure A - 6
2nd HDD
Part Lists
DVD A - 9
A.Part Lists
DVD
Figure A - 7
DVD
Part Lists
A - 10 COMBO
A.Part Lists
COMBO
Figure A - 8
COMBO
Schematic Diagrams
B-1
B.Schematic Diagrams
Appendix B: Schematic Diagrams
This appendix has circuit diagrams of the W370ET notebook’s PCB’s. The following table indicates where to find the
appropriate schematic diagram.
Diagram - Page Diagram - Page Diagram - Page
System Block Diagram - Page B - 2 VGA NVDD Decoupling - Page B - 21 VDD3, VDD5 - Page B - 40
Ivy Bridge 1/7 - Page B - 3 PantherPoint M 1/9 - Page B - 22 Power 0.85VS, 1.8VS - Page B - 41
Ivy Bridge 2/7 - Page B - 4 PantherPoint M 2/9 - Page B - 23 Power 1.5/0.75V/PEX_VDD - Page B - 42
Ivy Bridge 3/7 - Page B - 5 PantherPoint M 3/9 - Page B - 24 Power 1.05VS, 0.85VS - Page B - 43
Ivy Bridge 4/7 - Page B - 6 PantherPoint M 4/9 - Page B - 25 Power V-Core 1 - Page B - 44
Ivy Bridge 5/7 - Page B - 7 PantherPoint M 5/9 - Page B - 26 Power V-Core 2 - Page B - 45
Ivy Bridge 6/7 - Page B - 8 PantherPoint M 6/9 - Page B - 27 VGA NVVDD - Page B - 46
Ivy Bridge 7/7 - Page B - 9 PantherPoint M 7/9 - Page B - 28 AC-In, Charger - Page B - 47
DDR3 SO-DIMM A_0 - Page B - 10 PantherPoint M 8/9 - Page B - 29 W370/350ET Audio Board - Page B - 48
DDR3 SO-DIMM B_0 - Page B - 11 PantherPoint M 9/9 - Page B - 30 W370/350ET Power LED Board - Page B - 49
DDR3 SO-DIMM A_1 - Page B - 12 Mini PCIE, Fan, Audio Con - Page B - 31 W370/350ET Click Board - Page B - 50
Panel, Inverter, CRT - Page B - 13 USB Charge, CCD, TPM, Multi-Con - Page B - 32 W370ET Power Switch Board - Page B - 51
VGA PCI-E Interface - Page B - 14 ESATA/USB3.0 Connector - Page B - 33 W350ET Power Switch Board - Page B - 52
VGA Frame Buffer Interface - Page B - 15 Card Reader / LAN RTL8411 - Page B - 34 W370ET LID / VGA LED Board - Page B - 53
VGA Frame Buffer A - Page B - 16 SATA HDD, VLED CON, LID SW - Page B - 35 W350ET LID / VGA LED Board - Page B - 54
VGA Frame Buffer A - Page B - 17 HDMI, RJ45, Audio AMP - Page B - 36 W350ET VGA / WLAN SW Board - Page B - 55
VGA Frame Buffer B - Page B - 18 Audio Codec ALC269 - Page B - 37 POWER ON SEQUENCE - Page B - 56
VGA Frame Buffer B - Page B - 19 KBC ITE IT8518E - Page B - 38
VGA I/O - Page B - 20 5VS, 3VS, 3.3VM, 1.5VS_CPU - Page B - 39
Table B - 1
Schematic
Diagrams
Version Note
The schematic dia-
grams in this chapter
are based upon ver-
sion 6-7P-W3709-003.
If your mainboard (or
other boards) are a lat-
er version, please
check with the Service
Center for updated di-
agrams (if required).
Schematic Diagrams
B - 2 System Block Diagram
B.Schematic Diagrams
System Block Diagram
Sheet 1 of 55
System Block
Diagram
W370ET /W350ET Chief River System Block Diagram
(USB10)
LCD CONNECTOR <8"
TOUCH PAD
CRT CONNECTOR
LPC
CARD
READER
GPU NVDIDA N13x NVVDD
SMART
BATTERY
SO-DIMM0
HP
OUT
CLICK BOARD
<=8"
PCIE
25x25mm
989 Ball FCBGA
480 Mbps
ELAN
Mini PCIE
SOCKET
WLAN
SPI
0.5"~5.5"
1"~16"
DDRIII
INT MIC
Ivy Bridge
24 MHz
<12"
FDI
MIC
IN
W150ER (INT SPK R)
128pins LQFP
SO-DIMM1
32.768KHz
DDR3
SO-DIMM2
1.05VS_VTT
EC SMBUS AZALIA LINK
DDR3
DDR3
0.1"~13
eSATA
SYSTEM SMBUS
SATA ODDSATA HDD
BIOS
SPI
LAN
ITE 8518E
<12"
PantherPoint
Controller
Hub (PCH)
SPDIF
OUT
INT. K/B
Azalia Codec
EC
0.5"~11"
<15"
5V,3V,5VS,3VS,1.5VS,
1.8VS,+1.5S_CPU
1.5V,0.75VS(VTT_MEM)
USB2.0
908 Balls
Nvidia
Fermi N13E-GE-ES
RAM SIZE2GB
(64MX32)
VDD3,VDD5
DMI*4
USB2.0 PORT0
rPGA988B
5 Gbps
USB3.0
32.768 KHz
REALTEK
1.8V, PEX_VDD,0.85VS
SATA I/II/III 6.0Gb/s
1067/1333/1600 MHz
DDR3 / 1.5V
CCD
(USB5)
48MHz
FingerPrint
(USB4)
(Optional)
FINGER PRINTER BOARD
REALTEK
ALC269
33 MHz
THERMAL
SENSOR
100 MHz
14*14*1.6mm
PROCESSOR
6-49-W25A2-011
SMART
FAN
25
MHz
6-71-W3704-D02A
AUDIO BOARD
PHONE JACK x3, USB x1
W370ET /W350ET
CLICK BOARD
6-71-W370A-D02A
6-71-W3702-D02B
9IN1 6-7P-W3709-003
6-71-W3700-D02A
MAIN BOARD
W370ET POWER SWITCH BOARD
6-71-W370S-D02A
PCIE*8
RTL8411
AUDIO BOARD
RJ-45 7IN1
SOCKET
(USB9)USB PORT
USB3.0USB3.0+ESATA
(USB3.0 PORT1) (USB3.0 PORT3)(USB3.0 PORT2)
USB2.0 PORT2USB2.0 PORT1
USB3.0
HDMI Connector
Mini PCIE
SOCKET
3G MSATA CARD
W370ET LID/VGA LED SWITCH BOARD
6-71-W370C-D02A
(USB8/SATA3)
(Optional)
FBVDDQ
6-71-W35ES-D02
W350ET POWER SWITCH BOARD
6-71-W35EC-D02
W350ET LID/VGA LED SWITCH BOARD
W370ET/W350ET POWER LED BOARD
INT SPKER-L
6-71-W35ES-D12
W350ET VGA SW / WLAN SW BOARD
AMP
TI 2008D2
INT SPKER-R
W370ET
VGFX_CORE,VCORE
FINGER PRINTER
Optional
TPM 1.2
AC-IN
Schematic Diagrams
Ivy Bridge 1/7 B - 3
B.Schematic Diagrams
Ivy Bridge 1/7
Sheet 2 of 55
Ivy Bridge 1/7
CPU HOLD
EDP_HPD
EDP_COMPIO
8/30
H8
H8_0D4_3 H7
H8_0D4_3 H9
H8_0D4_3 H6
H8_0D4_3
R134
10K_1%_04
PTH1
10K_1%_NTC_06
12
3.3V
CAD NOTE: PEG_ICOMPI and RCOMPO signals
should be shorted and routed with
- max length = 500 mils
- typical impedance = 43 mohms
PEG_ICOMPO signals should be routed with
- max length = 500 mils
- typical impedance = 14.5 mohms
CAD NOTE: DP_COMPIO and ICOMPO signals
should be shorted near balls and routed with
- typical impedance < 25 mohms
PEG_TX#_6
PEG_TX#_2
PEG_TX#_5
PEG_TX#_7
PEG_TX#_3
PEG_TX#_0
PEG_TX#_1
PEG_TX#_4
DP Compensation Signal
PEG_IRCOMP_R
Ivy Bridge Processor 1/7 ( DMI,PEG,FDI )
3
2
1
1:2 (4mils:8mils)
20120201
PEG_TX_0
PEG_TX_6
PEG_TX_4
PEG_TX_2
PEG_TX_1
PEG_TX_5
PEG_TX_3
PEG_TX_7 C58 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
C34 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
C32 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
C52 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
C47 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
6-86-27988-004 T2 PZ98821-362B-01H
6-86-27988-005 GF 479890730
R319
1K_1%_04
C57 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
C48 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
C60 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
C61 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
C50 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
C35 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
C53 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
C51 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
C30 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
C31 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
PCI EXPRESS* - GRAPHICS
DMI
Intel(R) FDI
eDP
U15A
T2
DMI_RX#[0]
B27
DMI_RX#[1]
B25
DMI_RX#[2]
A25
DMI_RX#[3]
B24
DMI_RX[0]
B28
DMI_RX[1]
B26
DMI_RX[2]
A24
DMI_RX[3]
B23
DMI_TX#[0]
G21
DMI_TX#[1]
E22
DMI_TX#[2]
F21
DMI_TX#[3]
D21
DMI_TX[0]
G22
DMI_TX[1]
D22
DMI_TX[3]
C21 DMI_TX[2]
F20
FDI0_TX#[0]
A21
FDI0_TX#[1]
H19
FDI0_TX#[2]
E19
FDI0_TX#[3]
F18
FDI1_TX#[0]
B21
FDI1_TX#[1]
C20
FDI1_TX#[2]
D18
FDI1_TX#[3]
E17
FDI0_TX[0]
A22
FDI0_TX[1]
G19
FDI0_TX[2]
E20
FDI0_TX[3]
G18
FDI1_TX[0]
B20
FDI1_TX[1]
C19
FDI1_TX[2]
D19
FDI1_TX[3]
F17
FDI0_FSYNC
J18
FDI1_FSYNC
J17
FDI_INT
H20
FDI0_LSYNC
J19
FDI1_LSYNC
H17
PEG_IC OMPI J22
PEG_ICOMPO J21
PEG_RCOMPO H22
PEG_RX#[0] K33
PEG_RX#[1] M3 5
PEG_RX#[2] L34
PEG_RX#[3] J35
PEG_RX#[4] J32
PEG_RX#[5] H34
PEG_RX#[6] H31
PEG_RX#[7] G33
PEG_RX#[8] G30
PEG_RX#[9] F35
PEG_RX#[ 10] E34
PEG_RX#[ 11] E32
PEG_RX#[ 12] D33
PEG_RX#[ 13] D31
PEG_RX#[ 14] B33
PEG_RX#[ 15] C32
PEG_RX[ 0] J33
PEG_RX[ 1] L35
PEG_RX[ 2] K34
PEG_RX[ 3] H35
PEG_RX[ 4] H32
PEG_RX[ 5] G34
PEG_RX[ 6] G31
PEG_RX[ 7] F33
PEG_RX[ 8] F30
PEG_RX[ 9] E35
PEG_RX[10] E33
PEG_RX[11] F32
PEG_RX[12] D34
PEG_RX[13] E31
PEG_RX[14] C33
PEG_RX[15] B32
PEG_TX#[0] M2 9
PEG_TX#[1] M3 2
PEG_TX#[2] M3 1
PEG_TX#[3] L32
PEG_TX#[4] L29
PEG_TX#[5] K31
PEG_TX#[6] K28
PEG_TX#[7] J30
PEG_TX#[8] J28
PEG_TX#[9] H29
PEG_TX#[10] G27
PEG_TX#[11] E29
PEG_TX#[12] F27
PEG_TX#[13] D28
PEG_TX#[14] F26
PEG_TX#[15] E25
PEG_TX[0] M28
PEG_TX[1] M33
PEG_TX[2] M30
PEG_TX[3] L31
PEG_TX[4] L28
PEG_TX[5] K30
PEG_TX[6] K27
PEG_TX[7] J29
PEG_TX[8] J27
PEG_TX[9] H28
PEG_TX[10] G28
PEG_TX[11] E28
PEG_TX[12] F28
PEG_TX[13] D27
PEG_TX[14] E26
PEG_TX[15] D25
eDP_AUX
C15
eDP_AUX#
D15
eDP_TX[0]
C17
eDP_TX[1]
F16
eDP_TX[2]
C16
eDP_TX[3]
G15
eDP_TX#[0]
C18
eDP_TX#[1]
E16
eDP_TX#[2]
D16
eDP_TX#[3]
F15
eDP_COMPIO
A18
eDP_HPD
B16 eDP_ICOMPO
A17
C49 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
C285
*0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C584
*0.1u_10V_X7R_04
Q6
*G711ST9U
OUT 1
VCC
2
GND
3
R316
24.9_1%_04
R56 24.9_1%_04
3.3V
1.05VS_VTT 1.05VS_VTT
1.05VS_VTT
DMI_TXP023
DMI_TXP323 DMI_TXP223 DMI_TXP123
DMI_TXN323 DMI_TXN223 DMI_TXN123 DMI_TXN023
DMI_RXN223 DMI_RXN123 DMI_RXN023
DMI_RXP123 DMI_RXP023
DMI_RXN323
FDI_FSYNC023
DMI_RXP323 DMI_RXP223
FDI_LSYNC023
FDI_INT23
FDI_FSYNC123
FDI_TXN223 FDI_TXN123 FDI_TXN023
FDI_LSYNC123
FDI_TXN523 FDI_TXN423 FDI_TXN323
FDI_TXP023
FDI_TXN723 FDI_TXN623
FDI_TXP323 FDI_TXP223 FDI_TXP123
FDI_TXP623 FDI_TXP523 FDI_TXP423
PEG_RX#2 13
THERM_VOLT 37
3.3V3,6,12,19,21,22,23,25,26,27,28,30,31,32,36,38,40,41,42
FDI_TXP723
PEG_RX#7 13
PEG_RX#1 13
PEG_RX#4 13
PEG_RX#6 13
PEG_RX#0 13
PEG_RX#3 13
PEG_RX5 13
PEG_RX7 13
PEG_RX#5 13
PEG_RX3 13
PEG_RX2 13
PEG_RX4 13
PEG_TX#3 13
PEG_RX1 13
PEG_RX6 13
PEG_RX0 13
PEG_TX#7 13
PEG_TX#5 13
PEG_TX#2 13
PEG_TX#6 13
PEG_TX#1 13
PEG_TX#0 13
PEG_TX3 13
PEG_TX6 13
PEG_TX#4 13
PEG_TX7 13
PEG_TX4 13
PEG_TX0 13
1.05VS_VTT3,5,23,26,27,28,38
PEG_TX2 13
PEG_TX5 13
PEG_TX1 13
PEG Compensation Signal
Schematic Diagrams
B - 4 Ivy Bridge 2/7
B.Schematic Diagrams
Ivy Bridge 2/7
CLK_DP_P 22
CLK_DP_N 22
H_PROCHOT#43,45
H_THRMTRIP#26
H_PECI22,26,37
H_PM_SYNC23
3.3VS9,10,11,12,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,30,31,33,34,35,36,37,38,43,45
PLT_RST#25,31
H_CPUPWRGD26
DDR3_DRAMRST# 9,10,11
DRAMRST_CNTRL 6,22
H_SN B_IVB#26
H_PROCHOT#_EC37
SUSB38,40,41,42
1.8VS_PWRGD23,40
PM_DRAM_PWRGD23
1.5V6,9,10,11,28,38,41
H_PROCHOT#
H_CPUPWRGD_R
R456
*100K_04
XD P_ T C LK
S3 circuit:- DRAM PWR GOOD logic
R470 *10mil_short
CAD Note: Capacitor need to be placed
close to buffer output pin
TRACE WIDTH 10MIL, LENGTH <500MILS
H_CPUPWRGD_R
Processor Pullups/Pull downs
H_PROCHOT#
BUF_CPU_RST#
H_CATERR#
XD P_ T D O_ R
XDP_DBR_R
SM_RCOMP_2
SM_RCOMP_1
SM_RCOMP_0
XDP_TRST#
XDP_TC LK
VDDPWRGOOD_R
H_PROCHOT#_D
XDP_TMS
H_PROCHOT#
CPUDRAMRST#
XDP_PREQ#
XD P_ TD I _R
XDP_TD O_R
SKTOCC#
If PROCHOT# is not used,
then it must be terminated
with a 56-£[ +-5% pull-up
resistor to 1.05VS_VTT .
DDR3 Compensation Signals
BUF_CPU_RST#
R332 *0_04
SM_RCOMP_1
SM_RCOMP_0
SM_RCOMP_2
6-86-27988-004 T2 PZ98821-362B-01H
6-86-27988-005 GF 479890730
XDP_PRDY#
R221 *1.5K_1%_04
PMSYS_PWRGD_BUF
XD P_ T D I_ R
Ivy Bridge Processor 2/7 ( CLK,MISC,JTAG )
Buffered reset to CPU
CPUDRAMRST#
S3 circuit:- DRAM_RST# to memory
should be high during S3
R474
*39_04
C29
47p_50V_NPO_04
R219
75_04
R218
100K_04
R330
1K_04
R215 62_04
Q31
*MTN7002ZHS3
G
DS
R220 1K_04
S
D
G
Q13B
MTDN7002Z HS6R
5
34
R24 *10mil_short
R222
*750_1%_04
R224 43.2_1%_04
R256 10K_04
R461
*200_04
S
D
G
Q13A
MTDN7002ZHS6R
2
61
Q12
MTN7002ZHS3
G
DS
R19 56_1%_04
RN5 56_8P4R_04
1
2
3
45
6
7
8
R351 200_1%_04
R84 130_1%_04
R217
10K_04
XD P_ T MS
C579
0.047u_10V_X7R_04
XDP_DBR_R
R478
200_1%_04
PU/PD for JTAG signals
XDP_TRST# H_SNB_IVB#
XDP_PREQ#
CLOCKS
MISCTHERMALPWR MANAGEMENT
DDR3
MISC
JTAG & BPM
U15B
T2
SM_RCOMP[1] A5
SM_RCOMP[2] A4
SM_DRAMR ST# R8
SM_RCOMP[0] AK1
BCLK# A27
BCLK A28
DPLL_REF_CLK# A15
DPLL_REF_CLK A16
CATERR#
AL33
PECI
AN33
PROCHOT#
AL32
THERMTRI P#
AN32
SM_DRAMPWROK
V8
RESET#
AR33
PRDY# AP29
PREQ# AP27
TCK AR26
TMS AR27
TRST# AP30
TDI AR28
TDO AP26
DBR# AL35
BPM#[0] AT28
BPM#[1] AR29
BPM#[2] AR30
BPM#[3] AT30
BPM#[4] AP32
BPM#[5] AR31
BPM#[6] AT31
BPM#[7] AR32
PM_SYNC
AM34
SKTOCC#
AN34
PROC_SELECT#
C26
UNCOREPWRGOOD
AP33
R329 1K_04
R388 140_1%_04
Q21
MTN7002ZHS3
G
DS
C463
68p_50V_NPO_04
R349 25.5_1%_04
C651
*0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
PMSYS_PWRGD_BUF
R39*51_04
R337
4.99K_1%_04
R26351_04
U31
*MC74VHC1G08DFT1G
1
2
5
4
3
R216
100K_04
3.3VS
1.5V
1.05VS_VTT
3.3V
1.5VS_CPU
3.3V
1.05VS_VTT
1.05VS_VTT
R223 *10mil_short
1.05VS_VTT2,5,23,26,27,28,38
3.3VS
CLK_EXP_N 22
CLK_EXP_P 22
1.5VS_CPU6,38,41
3.3V2,6,12,19,21,22,23,25,26,27,28,30,31,32,36,38,40,41,42
Sheet 3 of 55
Ivy Bridge 2/7
Schematic Diagrams
Ivy Bridge 3/7 B - 5
B.Schematic Diagrams
Ivy Bridge 3/7
M_A_DQS#5
M_A_DQS#6
M_A_DQS#7
M_A_DQS#0
M_A_DQS#2
M_A_DQS#1
M_A_DQS#3
M_A_DQS#4
M_A_DQS4
M_A_DQS5
M_A_DQS6
M_A_DQS7
M_A_DQS0
M_A_DQS2
M_A_DQS1
M_A_DQS3
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M_B_DQS#5
M_B_DQS#4
M_B_DQS#6
M_B_DQS#7
M_B_DQS#0
M_B_DQS#1
M_B_DQS#2
M_B_DQS#3
M_B_A6
M_B_A5
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M_B_A0
M_B_A1
M_B_A2
M_B_A3
M_B_A4
M_B_A9
M_B_A10
M_B_A11
M_B_A13
M_B_A12
M_B_A14
M_B_A15
M_B_A7
M_B_A8
M_B_DQS6
M_B_DQS5
M_B_DQS2
M_B_DQS3
M_B_DQS4
M_B_DQS7
M_B_DQS0
M_B_DQS1
DDR SYSTEM MEMORY A
U15C
T2
SA_BS[0]
AE10
SA_BS[1]
AF10
SA_BS[2]
V6
SA_CAS#
AE8
SA_RAS#
AD9
SA_WE#
AF9
SA_CK[0] AB6
SA_CK[1] AA5
SA_CLK#[0] AA6
SA_CLK#[1] AB5
SA_CKE[0] V9
SA_CKE[1] V10
SA_CS#[0] AK3
SA_CS#[1] AL3
SA_ODT[0] AH3
SA_ODT[1] AG3
SA_DQS[0] D4
SA_DQS#[0] C4
SA_DQS[1] F6
SA_DQS#[1] G6
SA_DQS[2] K3
SA_DQS#[2] J3
SA_DQS[3] N6
SA_DQS#[3] M6
SA_DQS[4] AL5
SA_DQS#[4] AL6
SA_DQS[5] AM9
SA_DQS#[5] AM8
SA_DQS[6] AR11
SA_DQS#[6] AR12
SA_DQS[7] AM14
SA_DQS#[7] AM15
SA_MA[0] AD10
SA_MA[1] W1
SA_MA[2] W2
SA_MA[3] W7
SA_MA[4] V3
SA_MA[5] V2
SA_MA[6] W3
SA_MA[7] W6
SA_MA[8] V1
SA_MA[9] W5
SA_MA[10] AD8
SA_MA[11] V4
SA_MA[12] W4
SA_MA[13] AF8
SA_MA[14] V5
SA_MA[15] V7
SA_DQ[0]
C5
SA_DQ[1]
D5
SA_DQ[2]
D3
SA_DQ[3]
D2
SA_DQ[4]
D6
SA_DQ[5]
C6
SA_DQ[6]
C2
SA_DQ[7]
C3
SA_DQ[8]
F10
SA_DQ[9]
F8
SA_DQ[10]
G10
SA_DQ[11]
G9
SA_DQ[12]
F9
SA_DQ[13]
F7
SA_DQ[14]
G8
SA_DQ[15]
G7
SA_DQ[16]
K4
SA_DQ[17]
K5
SA_DQ[18]
K1
SA_DQ[19]
J1
SA_DQ[20]
J5
SA_DQ[21]
J4
SA_DQ[22]
J2
SA_DQ[23]
K2
SA_DQ[24]
M8
SA_DQ[25]
N10
SA_DQ[26]
N8
SA_DQ[27]
N7
SA_DQ[28]
M10
SA_DQ[29]
M9
SA_DQ[30]
N9
SA_DQ[31]
M7
SA_DQ[32]
AG6
SA_DQ[33]
AG5
SA_DQ[34]
AK6
SA_DQ[35]
AK5
SA_DQ[36]
AH5
SA_DQ[37]
AH6
SA_DQ[38]
AJ5
SA_DQ[39]
AJ6
SA_DQ[40]
AJ8
SA_DQ[41]
AK8
SA_DQ[42]
AJ9
SA_DQ[43]
AK9
SA_DQ[44]
AH8
SA_DQ[45]
AH9
SA_DQ[46]
AL9
SA_DQ[47]
AL8
SA_DQ[48]
AP11
SA_DQ[49]
AN11
SA_DQ[50]
AL12
SA_DQ[51]
AM12
SA_DQ[52]
AM11
SA_DQ[53]
AL11
SA_DQ[54]
AP12
SA_DQ[55]
AN12
SA_DQ[56]
AJ14
SA_DQ[57]
AH14
SA_DQ[58]
AL15
SA_DQ[59]
AK15
SA_DQ[60]
AL14
SA_DQ[61]
AK14
SA_DQ[62]
AJ15
SA_DQ[63]
AH15
SA_CK[2] AB4
SA_CLK#[2] AA4
SA_CK[3] AB3
SA_CLK#[3] AA3
SA_CKE[2] W9
SA_CKE[3] W10
SA_CS#[2] AG1
SA_CS#[3] AH1
SA_ODT[2] AG2
SA_ODT[3] AH2
DDR SYSTEM MEMORY B
U15D
T2
SB_BS[0]
AA9
SB_BS[1]
AA7
SB_BS[2]
R6
SB_CAS#
AA10
SB_RAS#
AB8
SB_WE#
AB9
SB_CK[0] AE2
SB_CK[1] AE1
SB_CLK#[0] AD2
SB_CLK#[1] AD1
SB_CKE[0] R9
SB_CKE[1] R10
SB_ODT[0] AE4
SB_ODT[1] AD4
SB_DQS[4] AN6
SB_DQS#[4] AN5
SB_DQS[5] AP8
SB_DQS#[5] AP9
SB_DQS[6] AK11
SB_DQS#[6] AK12
SB_DQS[7] AP14
SB_DQS#[7] AP15
SB_DQS[0] C7
SB_DQS#[0] D7
SB_DQS[1] G3
SB_DQS#[1] F3
SB_DQS[2] J6
SB_DQS#[2] K6
SB_DQS[3] M3
SB_DQS#[3] N3
SB_MA[0] AA8
SB_MA[1] T7
SB_MA[2] R7
SB_MA[3] T6
SB_MA[4] T2
SB_MA[5] T4
SB_MA[6] T3
SB_MA[7] R2
SB_MA[8] T5
SB_MA[9] R3
SB_MA[10] AB7
SB_MA[11] R1
SB_MA[12] T1
SB_MA[13] AB10
SB_MA[14] R5
SB_MA[15] R4
SB_DQ[0]
C9
SB_DQ[1]
A7
SB_DQ[2]
D10
SB_DQ[3]
C8
SB_DQ[4]
A9
SB_DQ[5]
A8
SB_DQ[6]
D9
SB_DQ[7]
D8
SB_DQ[8]
G4
SB_DQ[9]
F4
SB_DQ[10]
F1
SB_DQ[11]
G1
SB_DQ[12]
G5
SB_DQ[13]
F5
SB_DQ[14]
F2
SB_DQ[15]
G2
SB_DQ[16]
J7
SB_DQ[17]
J8
SB_DQ[18]
K10
SB_DQ[19]
K9
SB_DQ[20]
J9
SB_DQ[21]
J10
SB_DQ[22]
K8
SB_DQ[23]
K7
SB_DQ[24]
M5
SB_DQ[25]
N4
SB_DQ[26]
N2
SB_DQ[27]
N1
SB_DQ[28]
M4
SB_DQ[29]
N5
SB_DQ[30]
M2
SB_DQ[31]
M1
SB_DQ[32]
AM5
SB_DQ[33]
AM6
SB_DQ[34]
AR3
SB_DQ[35]
AP3
SB_DQ[36]
AN3
SB_DQ[37]
AN2
SB_DQ[38]
AN1
SB_DQ[39]
AP2
SB_DQ[40]
AP5
SB_DQ[41]
AN9
SB_DQ[42]
AT5
SB_DQ[43]
AT6
SB_DQ[44]
AP6
SB_DQ[45]
AN8
SB_DQ[46]
AR6
SB_DQ[47]
AR5
SB_DQ[48]
AR9
SB_DQ[49]
AJ11
SB_DQ[50]
AT8
SB_DQ[51]
AT9
SB_DQ[52]
AH11
SB_DQ[53]
AR8
SB_DQ[54]
AJ12
SB_DQ[55]
AH12
SB_DQ[56]
AT11
SB_DQ[57]
AN14
SB_DQ[58]
AR14
SB_DQ[59]
AT14
SB_DQ[60]
AT12
SB_DQ[61]
AN15
SB_DQ[62]
AR15
SB_DQ[63]
AT15
SB_CK[2] AB2
SB_CLK#[2] AA2
SB_CKE[2] T9
SB_CK[3] AA1
SB_CLK#[3] AB1
SB_CKE[3] T10
SB_CS#[0] AD3
SB_CS#[1] AE3
SB_CS#[2] AD6
SB_CS#[3] AE6
SB_ODT[2] AD5
SB_ODT[3] AE5
M_A_ DQ[ 63: 0]9,11
M_B_BS210 M_B_BS110 M_B_BS010
M_A_CLK_DDR#1 9
M_A_CLK_DDR1 9
M_A_C KE1 9
M_B _D Q [ 63: 0 ]10
M_A_C S#1 9
M_A_C S#0 9
M_A_A[ 15:0] 9 ,11
M_A_CLK_DDR0 9
M_A_C KE0 9
M_A_DQS#[7:0] 9,11
M_A_ODT0 9
M_A_ODT1 9
M_A_CLK_DDR#0 9
M_A_BS29,11 M_A _BS19,11
M_A_DQS[7:0] 9,11
M_A_BS09,11
M_A_WE#9,11 M_A_RAS#9,11 M_A_CAS#9,11
M_B_ DQS[ 7:0] 10
M_B_A[15:0] 10
M_B_ DQS#[ 7:0] 10
M_B_CAS#10
M_B_WE#10 M_B_RAS#10
M_B_CLK_DDR#1 10
M_B_CLK_DDR1 10
M_B_C KE1 10
M_B_CLK_DDR#0 10
M_B_CLK_DDR0 10
M_B_C KE0 10
M_B_C S#1 10
M_B_C S#0 10
M_B _O D T0 1 0
M_B _O D T1 1 0
M_A_CLK_DDR#3 11
M_A_CLK_DDR3 11
M_A_C KE3 11
M_A_CLK_DDR#2 11
M_A_CLK_DDR2 11
M_A_C KE2 11
M_A_ODT3 11
M_A_C S#3 11
M_A_C S#2 11
M_A_ODT2 11
6-86-27988-004 T2 PZ98821-362B-01H
6-86-27988-005 GF 479890730
6-86-27988-004 T2 PZ98821-362B-01H
6-86-27988-005 GF 479890730
2VIA
2VIA
2VIA
2VIA
2VIA
2VIA
2VIA
2VIA
2VIA
2VIA
2VIA
2VIA
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M_A_D Q32
M_A_D Q31
M_A_D Q30
M_A_D Q29
M_A_D Q4
M_A_D Q3
M_A_D Q2
M_A_D Q1
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M_A_D Q49
M_A_D Q38
M_A_D Q47
M_A_D Q46
M_A_D Q45
M_A_D Q44
M_A_D Q43
M_A_D Q42
M_A_D Q41
M_A_D Q40
M_A_D Q39
M_A_D Q37
M_A_D Q36
M_A_D Q35
M_A_D Q34
M_A_D Q33
M_A_D Q62
M_A_D Q61
M_A_D Q60
M_A_D Q58
M_A_D Q57
M_A_D Q56
M_A_D Q6
M_A_D Q5
M_A_D Q48
M_A_D Q55
M_A_D Q54
M_A_D Q53
M_A_D Q52
M_A_D Q51
M_A_D Q28
M_A_D Q50
M_A_D Q16
M_A_D Q15
M_A_D Q14
M_A_D Q13
M_A_D Q12
M_A_D Q11
M_A_D Q9
M_A_D Q8
M_A_D Q7
M_A_D Q59
M_A_D Q63
M_B_ DQ48
M_B_ DQ47
M_A_D Q20
M_A_D Q27
M_A_D Q26
M_A_D Q25
M_A_D Q24
M_A_D Q23
M_A_D Q0
M_A_D Q22
M_A_D Q21
M_A_D Q10
M_A_D Q19
M_A_D Q18
M_A_D Q17
M_B_ DQ62
M_B_ DQ61
M_B_ DQ60
M_B_ DQ59
M_B_ DQ58
M_B_ DQ57
M_B_ DQ56
M_B_ DQ55
M_B_ DQ54
M_B_ DQ53
M_B_ DQ52
M_B_ DQ51
M_B_ DQ50
M_B_ DQ49
M_B_ DQ9
M_B_ DQ8
M_B_ DQ7
M_B_ DQ6
M_B_ DQ5
M_B_ DQ4
M_B_ DQ3
M_B_ DQ2
M_B_ DQ1
M_B_ DQ12
M_B_ DQ11
M_B_ DQ63
M_B_ DQ20
M_B_ DQ19
M_B_ DQ18
M_B_ DQ17
M_B_ DQ16
M_B_ DQ15
M_B_ DQ14
M_B_ DQ13
M_B_ DQ0
M_B_ DQ10
M_B_ DQ36
M_B_ DQ35
M_B_ DQ34
M_B_ DQ33
M_B_ DQ32
M_B_ DQ31
M_B_ DQ30
M_B_ DQ29
M_B_ DQ28
M_B_ DQ27
M_B_ DQ26
M_B_ DQ25
M_B_ DQ24
M_B_ DQ23
M_B_ DQ22
M_B_ DQ21
M_B_ DQ46
M_B_ DQ45
M_B_ DQ44
M_B_ DQ43
M_B_ DQ42
M_B_ DQ41
M_B_ DQ40
M_B_ DQ39
M_B_ DQ38
M_B_ DQ37
Ivy Bridge Processor 3/7 ( DDR3 )
7 / 12 / 25
4.5/ 4.5/ 16
6.5 / 6.5 / 16
7 / 12 / 25
4.5/ 4.5/ 16
3700mils
6.5 / 8 / 16
6.5 / 6.5 / 16
M_A_A9
M_A_A4
M_A_A6
M_A_A5
M_A_A7
M_A_A8
M_A_A15
M_A_A0
M_A_A1
M_A_A2
M_A_A3
M_A_A10
M_A_A12
M_A_A11
M_A_A13
M_A_A14
Sheet 4 of 55
Ivy Bridge 3/7
Schematic Diagrams
B - 6 Ivy Bridge 4/7
B.Schematic Diagrams
Ivy Bridge 4/7
Ivy Bridge Processor 4/7 ( POWER )
PROCESSOR CORE POWER PROCESSOR UNCORE POWER
48A
CAD Note: H_CPU_SVIDALRT#_R,H_CPU_SVIDDAT_R
Place the PU resistors close to CPU
H_CPU_SVIDDAT_R
C529
*10u_6.3V_X5R_06
C101
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C175
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C524
*10u_6.3V_X5R_06
C172
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C526
10u_6.3V_X5R_06
R17 43.2_1%_04
C548
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C103
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C169
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
R12 *54.9_1%_04
C110
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C528
10u_6.3V_X5R_06
C99
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
R13 130_1%_04
C168
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C71
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C527
10u_6.3V_X5R_06
C521
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C171
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C545
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C86
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C127
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C177
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C176
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
R336
10_04
C102
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
R45 *15mil_short_06
R333
10_04
C547
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C70
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C186
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C100
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C546
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C170
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C523
*10u_6.3V_X5R_06
C525
10u_6.3V_X5R_06
C173
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
R11 75_04
C522
*10u_6.3V_X5R_06
SVID Signals
CAD Note: H_CPU_SVIDCLK_R
Place the PU
resistors close to VR
C131
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
POWER
CORE SUPPLY
PEG AND DDR
SENSE LINES SVID
U15F
T2
VCC_SENSE AJ35
VSS_SENSE AJ34
VIDALERT# AJ29
VIDSCLK AJ30
VIDSOUT AJ28
VSS_SENSE_VC C I O A10
VCC1
AG35
VCC2
AG34
VCC3
AG33
VCC4
AG32
VCC5
AG31
VCC6
AG30
VCC7
AG29
VCC8
AG28
VCC9
AG27
VCC10
AG26
VCC11
AF35
VCC12
AF34
VCC13
AF33
VCC14
AF32
VCC15
AF31
VCC16
AF30
VCC17
AF29
VCC18
AF28
VCC19
AF27
VCC20
AF26
VCC21
AD35
VCC22
AD34
VCC23
AD33
VCC24
AD32
VCC25
AD31
VCC26
AD30
VCC27
AD29
VCC28
AD28
VCC29
AD27
VCC30
AD26
VCC31
AC35
VCC32
AC34
VCC33
AC33
VCC34
AC32
VCC35
AC31
VCC36
AC30
VCC37
AC29
VCC38
AC28
VCC39
AC27
VCC40
AC26
VCC41
AA35
VCC42
AA34
VCC43
AA33
VCC44
AA32
VCC45
AA31
VCC46
AA30
VCC47
AA29
VCC48
AA28
VCC49
AA27
VCC50
AA26
VCC51
Y35
VCC52
Y34
VCC53
Y33
VCC54
Y32
VCC55
Y31
VCC56
Y30
VCC57
Y29
VCC58
Y28
VCC59
Y27
VCC60
Y26
VCC61
V35
VCC62
V34
VCC63
V33
VCC64
V32
VCC65
V31
VCC66
V30
VCC67
V29
VCC68
V28
VCC69
V27
VCC70
V26
VCC71
U35
VCC72
U34
VCC73
U33
VCC74
U32
VCC75
U31
VCC76
U30
VCC77
U29
VCC78
U28
VCC79
U27
VCC80
U26
VCC81
R35
VCC82
R34
VCC83
R33
VCC84
R32
VCC85
R31
VCC86
R30
VCC87
R29
VCC88
R28
VCC89
R27
VCC90
R26
VCC91
P35
VCC92
P34
VCC93
P33
VCC94
P32
VCC95
P31
VCC96
P30
VCC97
P29
VCC98
P28
VCC99
P27
VCC100
P26
VCCIO1 AH13
VCCIO12 J11
VCCIO18 G12
VCCIO19 F14
VCCIO20 F13
VCCIO21 F12
VCCIO22 F11
VCCIO23 E14
VCCIO24 E12
VCCIO2 AH10
VCCIO3 AG10
VCCIO4 AC10
VCCIO5 Y10
VCCIO6 U10
VCCIO7 P10
VCCIO8 L10
VCCIO9 J14
VCCIO10 J13
VCCIO11 J12
VCCIO13 H14
VCCIO14 H12
VCCIO15 H11
VCCIO16 G14
VCCIO17 G13
VCCIO25 E11
VCCIO32 C12
VCCIO33 C11
VCCIO34 B14
VCCIO35 B12
VCCIO36 A14
VCCIO37 A13
VCCIO38 A12
VCCIO39 A11
VCCIO26 D14
VCCIO27 D13
VCCIO28 D12
VCCIO29 D11
VCCIO30 C14
VCCIO31 C13
VCCIO_SENSE B10
VCCIO40 J23
C72
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C174
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
1.05VS_VTT
1.05VS_VTT
VCORE
1.05VS_VTT
1.05VS_VTT
1.05VS_VTT
VCORE
VCORE_VSS_SENSE 43
1.05VS_VTT2,3,23,26,27,28,38 VCORE43,44
VCORE
H_CPU_SVIDALRT# 43
H_CPU_SVIDDAT 43
H_CPU_SVIDCLK 43
VSSP_SENSE 42
VCCP_SENSE 42
VCORE_VCC_SENSE 43
H_CPU_SVIDALRT#
H_CPU_SVIDCLK
H_CPU_SVIDALRT#_R
+
C570
560u_2.5V_6.6*6.6*5.9
H_CPU_SVIDCLK_R
6-86-27988-004 T2 PZ98821-362B-01H
6-86-27988-005 GF 479890730
H_CPU_SVIDDAT_R
R18 *10mil_short
R14 *10mil_short
ICCMAX Maximum Processor SV
48
1.05VS_VCCP_F
8.5A
Sheet 5 of 55
Ivy Bridge 4/7
Schematic Diagrams
Ivy Bridge 5/7 B - 7
B.Schematic Diagrams
Ivy Bridge 5/7
Ivy Bridge Processor 5/7 ( GRAPHICS POWER )
VREF_CH_B_D IMM
6-86-27988-004 T2 PZ98821-362B-01H
6-86-27988-005 GF 479890730
R383 *0_04
C278
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C277
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
1.5V
1.5VS_CPU
10/22
C211
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C88
22u_6. 3V_X5R_08
R379
1K_1%_04
R382
*1K_04
C557
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C587
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C479
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C87
10u_6.3V_X5R_06
C276
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
Q24
*AO3402L
G
DS
R385
1K_1%_04
C122
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C501
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C280
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C349
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C500
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C556
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C580
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C79
22u_6. 3V_X5R_08
C281
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C499
22u_6. 3V_X5R_08
R31510K_1%_04
C124
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
On CRB
H_SNB_IVB#_PWRCTRL = low, 1.0V
H_SNB_IVB#_PWRCTRL = high/NC, 1.05V
C279
22u_6. 3V_X5R_08
C559
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
Q5
*AO3402L
G
DS
R314 *10mil_short
C223
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
Q23
*AO3402L
G
DS
C558
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C120
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C119
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
R120
1K_1%_04
R44
10K_04
R366
*1K_04
C540
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
R119
1K_1%_04
C80
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
+
C583
560u_2. 5V_6.6*6.6*5.9
R57 10K_04
R369
1K_1%_04
C123
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
R386
1K_1%_04
R48
*10K_04
POWER
GRAPHICS
DDR3 -1.5V RAILS SENSE
LINES
1.8V RAIL
SA RAIL
VREFMISC
U15G
T2
SM_VREF AL1
VSSAXG_SENSE AK34
VAXG_SENSE AK35
VAXG1
AT24
VAXG2
AT23
VAXG3
AT21
VAXG4
AT20
VAXG5
AT18
VAXG6
AT17
VAXG7
AR24
VAXG8
AR23
VAXG9
AR21
VAXG10
AR20
VAXG11
AR18
VAXG12
AR17
VAXG13
AP24
VAXG14
AP23
VAXG15
AP21
VAXG16
AP20
VAXG17
AP18
VAXG18
AP17
VAXG19
AN24
VAXG20
AN23
VAXG21
AN21
VAXG22
AN20
VAXG23
AN18
VAXG24
AN17
VAXG25
AM24
VAXG26
AM23
VAXG27
AM21
VAXG28
AM20
VAXG29
AM18
VAXG30
AM17
VAXG31
AL24
VAXG32
AL23
VAXG33
AL21
VAXG34
AL20
VAXG35
AL18
VAXG36
AL17
VAXG37
AK24
VAXG38
AK23
VAXG39
AK21
VAXG40
AK20
VAXG41
AK18
VAXG42
AK17
VAXG43
AJ24
VAXG44
AJ23
VAXG45
AJ21
VAXG46
AJ20
VAXG47
AJ18
VAXG48
AJ17
VAXG49
AH24
VAXG50
AH23
VAXG51
AH21
VAXG52
AH20
VAXG53
AH18
VAXG54
AH17
VDDQ11 U4
VDDQ12 U1
VDDQ13 P7
VDDQ14 P4
VDDQ15 P1
VDDQ1 AF7
VDDQ2 AF4
VDDQ3 AF1
VDDQ4 AC7
VDDQ5 AC4
VDDQ6 AC1
VDDQ7 Y7
VDDQ8 Y4
VDDQ9 Y1
VDDQ10 U7
VCCPLL1
B6
VCCPLL2
A6
VCCSA1 M27
VCCSA2 M26
VCCSA3 L26
VCCSA4 J26
VCCSA5 J25
VCCSA6 J24
VCCSA7 H26
VCCSA8 H25
VCCSA_SENSE H23
VCCSA_VID[1] C24
VCCPLL3
A2 VCCSA_VID[0] C22
SA_D IMM_VREFDQ B4
SB_D IMM_VREFDQ D1
VCCIO_SEL A19
1.5VS_CPU
VGFX_CORE
1.8VS
1.5VS_C PU
3.3V
1.05VS
0.85VS
12A
1.5V
1.5V
VR1 _VSSGT_SENSEA 43
VR1_VCCGT_SENSEA 43
VCCSA_SENSE 40
SUSB# 23,37,38,40
VCC SA_VID0 40,42
MV RE F _ DQ _ DI MMA 9 , 11
DRAMRST_CNTRL 3,22
VCCSA_VID1 40,42
MVREF_DQ_DIMMB 10
DR AMRS T_CNTR L 3,22
R370 *0_04
1.5V3,9,10,11,28,38,41
VGFX_CORE43,44
46A
0.85VS40
1.5VS_CPU3,38,41
1.8VS26,27,40
1.05VS21,22,27,28,38,41,42,43
3.3VS3,9,10,11,12,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,30,31,33,34,35,36,37,38,43,45 3.3V2,3, 12,19,21,22,23,25,26,27,28,30,31,32,36,38,40,41,42
H_SNB_IVB#_PWRCTRL_R
C495
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
+
C569
*330uF_2.5V_9m_6.3*6
H_SNB_IVB#_PWRCTRL
CAD Note: +V_SM_VREF should
have 10 mil trace width
V_SM_VR EF
VREF_CH_B_DIMM
VREF_CH_A_DIMM
R132 *15mil_short_06
C763
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C764
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
1.2A
V_SM_VR EF_CN T
V_SM_VREF
C282
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
¾aDIMMºÝÂ\©ñ & TRACE¥[¼e
VREF_CH_A_DIMM
R133
*100K_04
V_SM_VREF_CN T
C754
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C752
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C94
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
+
C538
*100u_6.3V_B_A
C76
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
6A
R64 *10mil_short
VCCSA_SENSE
Sheet 6 of 55
Ivy Bridge 5/7
Schematic Diagrams
B - 8 Ivy Bridge 6/7
B.Schematic Diagrams
Ivy Bridge 6/7
Ivy Bridge Processor 6/7 ( GND )
VSS
U15I
T2
VSS161
T35
VSS162
T34
VSS163
T33
VSS164
T32
VSS165
T31
VSS166
T30
VSS167
T29
VSS168
T28
VSS169
T27
VSS170
T26
VSS171
P9
VSS172
P8
VSS173
P6
VSS174
P5
VSS175
P3
VSS176
P2
VSS177
N35
VSS178
N34
VSS179
N33
VSS180
N32
VSS181
N31
VSS182
N30
VSS183
N29
VSS184
N28
VSS185
N27
VSS186
N26
VSS187
M34
VSS188
L33
VSS189
L30
VSS190
L27
VSS191
L9
VSS192
L8
VSS193
L6
VSS194
L5
VSS195
L4
VSS196
L3
VSS197
L2
VSS198
L1
VSS199
K35
VSS200
K32
VSS201
K29
VSS202
K26
VSS203
J34
VSS204
J31
VSS205
H33
VSS206
H30
VSS207
H27
VSS208
H24
VSS209
H21
VSS210
H18
VSS211
H15
VSS212
H13
VSS213
H10
VSS214
H9
VSS215
H8
VSS216
H7
VSS217
H6
VSS218
H5
VSS219
H4
VSS220
H3
VSS221
H2
VSS222
H1
VSS223
G35
VSS224
G32
VSS225
G29
VSS226
G26
VSS227
G23
VSS228
G20
VSS229
G17
VSS230
G11
VSS231
F34
VSS232
F31
VSS233
F29
VSS234 F22
VSS235 F19
VSS236 E30
VSS237 E27
VSS238 E24
VSS239 E21
VSS240 E18
VSS241 E15
VSS242 E13
VSS243 E10
VSS244 E9
VSS245 E8
VSS246 E7
VSS247 E6
VSS248 E5
VSS249 E4
VSS250 E3
VSS251 E2
VSS252 E1
VSS253 D35
VSS254 D32
VSS255 D29
VSS256 D26
VSS257 D20
VSS258 D17
VSS259 C34
VSS260 C31
VSS261 C28
VSS262 C27
VSS263 C25
VSS264 C23
VSS265 C10
VSS266 C1
VSS267 B22
VSS268 B19
VSS269 B17
VSS270 B15
VSS271 B13
VSS272 B11
VSS273 B9
VSS274 B8
VSS275 B7
VSS276 B5
VSS277 B3
VSS278 B2
VSS279 A35
VSS280 A32
VSS281 A29
VSS282 A26
VSS283 A23
VSS284 A20
VSS285 A3
VSS
U15H
T2
VSS1
AT35
VSS2
AT32
VSS3
AT29
VSS4
AT27
VSS5
AT25
VSS6
AT22
VSS7
AT19
VSS8
AT16
VSS9
AT13
VSS10
AT10
VSS11
AT7
VSS12
AT4
VSS13
AT3
VSS14
AR25
VSS15
AR22
VSS16
AR19
VSS17
AR16
VSS18
AR13
VSS19
AR10
VSS20
AR7
VSS21
AR4
VSS22
AR2
VSS23
AP34
VSS24
AP31
VSS25
AP28
VSS26
AP25
VSS27
AP22
VSS28
AP19
VSS29
AP16
VSS30
AP13
VSS31
AP10
VSS32
AP7
VSS33
AP4
VSS34
AP1
VSS35
AN30
VSS36
AN27
VSS37
AN25
VSS38
AN22
VSS39
AN19
VSS40
AN16
VSS41
AN13
VSS42
AN10
VSS43
AN7
VSS44
AN4
VSS45
AM29
VSS46
AM25
VSS47
AM22
VSS48
AM19
VSS49
AM16
VSS50
AM13
VSS51
AM10
VSS52
AM7
VSS53
AM4
VSS54
AM3
VSS55
AM2
VSS56
AM1
VSS57
AL34
VSS58
AL31
VSS59
AL28
VSS60
AL25
VSS61
AL22
VSS62
AL19
VSS63
AL16
VSS64
AL13
VSS65
AL10
VSS66
AL7
VSS67
AL4
VSS68
AL2
VSS69
AK33
VSS70
AK30
VSS71
AK27
VSS72
AK25
VSS73
AK22
VSS74
AK19
VSS75
AK16
VSS76
AK13
VSS77
AK10
VSS78
AK7
VSS79
AK4
VSS80
AJ25
VSS81 AJ22
VSS82 AJ19
VSS83 AJ16
VSS84 AJ13
VSS85 AJ10
VSS86 AJ7
VSS87 AJ4
VSS88 AJ3
VSS89 AJ2
VSS90 AJ1
VSS91 AH35
VSS92 AH34
VSS93 AH32
VSS94 AH30
VSS95 AH29
VSS96 AH28
VSS98 AH25
VSS99 AH22
VSS100 AH19
VSS101 AH16
VSS102 AH7
VSS103 AH4
VSS104 AG9
VSS105 AG8
VSS106 AG4
VSS107 AF6
VSS108 AF5
VSS109 AF3
VSS110 AF2
VSS111 AE35
VSS112 AE34
VSS113 AE33
VSS114 AE32
VSS115 AE31
VSS116 AE30
VSS117 AE29
VSS118 AE28
VSS119 AE27
VSS120 AE26
VSS121 AE9
VSS122 AD7
VSS123 AC9
VSS124 AC8
VSS125 AC6
VSS126 AC5
VSS127 AC3
VSS128 AC2
VSS129 AB35
VSS130 AB34
VSS131 AB33
VSS132 AB32
VSS133 AB31
VSS134 AB30
VSS135 AB29
VSS136 AB28
VSS137 AB27
VSS138 AB26
VSS139 Y9
VSS140 Y8
VSS141 Y6
VSS142 Y5
VSS143 Y3
VSS144 Y2
VSS145 W35
VSS146 W34
VSS147 W33
VSS148 W32
VSS149 W31
VSS150 W30
VSS151 W29
VSS152 W28
VSS153 W27
VSS154 W26
VSS155 U9
VSS156 U8
VSS157 U6
VSS158 U5
VSS159 U3
VSS160 U2
6-86-27988-004 T2 PZ98821-362B-01H
6-86-27988-005 GF 479890730
6-86-27988-004 T2 PZ98821-362B-01H
6-86-27988-005 GF 479890730
CAD Note: 0 ohm resistor
should be placed close
to CPU
Sheet 7 of 55
Ivy Bridge 6/7
Schematic Diagrams
Ivy Bridge 7/7 B - 9
B.Schematic Diagrams
Ivy Bridge 7/7
CFG2
CFG7
PEG DEFER TRAINING
1: (Default) PEG Train immediately following xxRESETB de assertion
0: PEG Wait for BIOS for training
CFG6
CFG5
CFG4
CFG2
11: (Default) x16 - Device 1 functions 1 and 2 disabled
10: x8, x8 - Device 1 function 1 enabled ; function 2 disabled
01: Reserved - (Device 1 function 1 disabled ; function 2 enabled)
00: x8,x4,x4 - Device 1 functions 1 and 2 enabled
CFG[6:5]
PEG Static Lane Reversal - CFG2 is for the 16x
1:(Default) Normal Operation; Lane #
definition matches socket pin map definition
0:Lane Reversed
CFG2
Ivy Bridge Processor 7/7 ( RESERVED )
PCIE Port Bifurcation Straps
CFG4
CFG7
RESERVED
CFG
U15E
T2
CFG[0]
AK28
CFG[1]
AK29
CFG[2]
AL26
CFG[3]
AL27
CFG[4]
AK26
CFG[5]
AL29
CFG[6]
AL30
CFG[7]
AM31
CFG[8]
AM32
CFG[9]
AM30
CFG[10]
AM28
CFG[11]
AM26
CFG[12]
AN28
CFG[13]
AN31
CFG[14]
AN26
CFG[15]
AM27
CFG[16]
AK31
CFG[17]
AN29
RSVD34 AM33
RSVD35 AJ27
RSVD38 J16
RSVD_NCTF42 AT34
RSVD39 H16
RSVD40 G16
RSVD_NCTF41 AR35
RSVD_NCTF43 AT33
RSVD_NCTF45 AR34
RSVD_NCTF56 AT2
RSVD_NCTF57 AT1
RSVD_NCTF58 AR1
RSVD_NCTF46 B34
RSVD_NCTF47 A33
RSVD_NCTF48 A34
RSVD_NCTF49 B35
RSVD_NCTF50 C35
RSVD51 AJ32
RSVD52 AK32
RSVD27
J15
RSVD16
C30 RSVD15
D23
RSVD17
A31
RSVD18
B30
RSVD20
D30 RSVD19
B29
RSVD22
A30 RSVD21
B31
RSVD23
C29
RSVD37 T8
RSVD8
F25
RSVD9
F24
RSVD11
D24
RSVD12
G25
RSVD13
G24
RSVD14
E23
RSVD32 W8
RSVD33 AT26
RSVD_NCTF44 AP35
RSVD10
F23
RSVD5
AJ26
VAXG_VAL_SENSE
AJ31
VSSAXG_VAL_SENSE
AH31
VCC_VAL_SENSE
AJ33
VSS_VAL_SENSE
AH33
KEY B1
VCC_DIE_SENSE AH27
BCLK_ITP AN35
BCLK_ITP# AM35
VSS_DIE_SENSE AH26
RSVD31 AK2
RSVD30 AE7
RSVD29 AG7
RSVD28 L7
RSVD24
J20
RSVD25
B18
CFG7
CFG Straps for Processor
3.3V2,3,6,12,19,21,22,23,25,26,27,28,30,31,32,36,38, 40,41,42
CFG5
Display Port Presence Strap
1:(Default) Disabled; No Physical Display Port
attached to Embedded Display Port
0:Enabled; An external Display Port device is
connected to the Embedded Display Port
CFG4
R25 *1K_04
R27 * 1K_04
R29 *1K_04
R34 *1K_04
R33 *1K_04 CFG0
BCLK_ITP#
BCLK_ITP
6-86-27988-004 T2 PZ98821-362B-01H
6-86-27988-005 GF 479890730
CFG6
Sheet 8 of 55
Ivy Bridge 7/7
Schematic Diagrams
B - 10 DDR3 SO-DIMM A_0
B.Schematic Diagrams
DDR3 SO-DIMM A_0
SA1_B_DIM0 10
MVREF_DIMA_0 11
SA0_B_DIM0 10
C785
*10u_6.3V_X5R_06
6-86-24204-009 DDRSK-20401-TR5B
6-86-24204-022 91-993469-175
C387 2.2u_6.3V_X5R_06
SA0_A_DIM0
M_A_DQS#3
MVREF_DIMA_0
M_A_DQS2
M_A_DQS1
M_A_DQS#7
M_A_DQS6
M_A_DQS#2
M_A_DQS5
M_A_DQS0
M_A_DQS7
SA1_A_DIM0
M_A_DQS#5
M_A_DQS#0
M_A_DQS#6
M_A_DQS#1
M_A_DQS3
M_A_DQS4
M_A_D Q 35
M_A_D Q 34
M_A_D Q 33
M_A_D Q 32
M_A_D Q 31
M_A_D Q 30
M_A_D Q 29
M_A_D Q 4
M_A_D Q 3
M_A_D Q 2
M_A_D Q 1
M_A_DQS#4
M_A_D Q 51
M_A_D Q 28
M_A_D Q 50
M_A_D Q 49
M_A_D Q 38
M_A_D Q 47
M_A_D Q 46
M_A_D Q 45
M_A_D Q 44
M_A_D Q 43
M_A_D Q 42
M_A_D Q 41
M_A_D Q 40
M_A_D Q 39
M_A_D Q 37
M_A_D Q 36
M_A_D Q 7
M_A_D Q 59
M_A_D Q 63
M_A_D Q 62
M_A_D Q 61
M_A_D Q 60
M_A_D Q 58
M_A_D Q 57
M_A_D Q 56
M_A_D Q 6
M_A_D Q 5
M_A_D Q 48
M_A_D Q 55
M_A_D Q 54
M_A_D Q 53
M_A_D Q 52
M_A_D Q 23
M_A_D Q 0
M_A_D Q 22
M_A_D Q 21
M_A_D Q 10
M_A_D Q 19
M_A_D Q 18
M_A_D Q 17
M_A_D Q 16
M_A_D Q 15
M_A_D Q 14
M_A_D Q 13
M_A_D Q 12
M_A_D Q 11
M_A_D Q 9
M_A_D Q 8
M_A_A3
M_A_A4
M_A_A6
M_A_A5
M_A_A7
M_A_A8
M_A_A9
M_A_D Q 20
M_A_D Q 27
M_A_D Q 26
M_A_D Q 25
M_A_D Q 24
M_A_A10
M_A_A12
M_A_A11
M_A_A13
M_A_A14
M_A_A15
M_A_A0
M_A_A1
M_A_A2
MV RE F _D I MA _0
MVREF_DQ_DIMMA
SA1_B_DIM0
SA0_B_DIM0
SA0_A_DIM0
SA1_A_DIM0
C451
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C710
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
R205
*1K_1%_04
C703
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C428
10u_6.3V_X5R_06
C401
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C388 0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C398
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C386
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C413
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
R203 10K_04
RN13
10K_8P4R_04
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
C395
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C430
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C390
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
JDIMM1A
DDRSK-20401-TR5B
A0
98
A1
97
A2
96
A3
95
A4
92
A5
91
A6
90
A7
86
A8
89
A9
85
A10/AP
107
A11
84
A12/BC#
83
A13
119
A14
80
A15
78
DQ0 5
DQ1 7
DQ2 15
DQ3 17
DQ4 4
DQ5 6
DQ6 16
DQ7 18
DQ8 21
DQ9 23
DQ10 33
DQ11 35
DQ12 22
DQ13 24
DQ14 34
DQ15 36
DQ16 39
DQ17 41
DQ18 51
DQ19 53
DQ20 40
DQ21 42
DQ22 50
DQ23 52
DQ24 57
DQ25 59
DQ26 67
DQ27 69
DQ28 56
DQ29 58
DQ30 68
DQ31 70
DQ32 129
DQ33 131
DQ34 141
DQ35 143
DQ36 130
DQ37 132
DQ38 140
DQ39 142
DQ40 147
DQ41 149
DQ42 157
DQ43 159
DQ44 146
DQ45 148
DQ46 158
DQ47 160
DQ48 163
DQ49 165
DQ50 175
DQ51 177
DQ52 164
DQ53 166
DQ54 174
DQ55 176
DQ56 181
DQ57 183
DQ58 191
DQ59 193
DQ60 180
DQ61 182
DQ62 192
DQ63 194
BA0
109
BA1
108
RAS#
110
WE#
113
CAS#
115
S0#
114
S1#
121
CKE0
73
CKE1
74
CK0
101
CK0#
103
CK1
102
CK1#
104
SDA
200 SCL
202 SA1
201 SA0
197
DM0
11
DM1
28
DM2
46
DM3
63
DM4
136
DM5
153
DM6
170
DM7
187
DQS0
12
DQS1
29
DQS2
47
DQS3
64
DQS4
137
DQS5
154
DQS6
171
DQS7
188
DQS0#
10
DQS1#
27
DQS2#
45
DQS3#
62
DQS4#
135
DQS5#
152
DQS6#
169
DQS7#
186
ODT0
116
ODT1
120
BA2
79
C438
10u_6.3V_X5R_06
C450
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
R202 *1K_1%_04
C441
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C453
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C672 0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C417
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C393
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C394
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C455
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C707
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C400
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C709
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
JDIMM1B
DDRSK-20401-TR5B
VDD1
75
VDD2
76
VDD3
81
VDD4
82
VDD5
87
VDD6
88
VDD7
93
VDD8
94
VDD9
99
VDD10
100
VDD11
105
VDD12
106
VDDSPD
199
NC1
77
NC2
122
NCTEST
125
VREF_DQ
1
VSS1
2
VSS2
3
VSS3
8
VSS4
9
VSS5
13
VSS6
14
VSS7
19
VSS8
20
VSS9
25
VSS10
26
VSS11
31
VSS12
32
VSS13
37
VSS14
38
VSS15
43
VSS16 44
VSS17 48
VSS18 49
VSS19 54
VSS20 55
VSS21 60
VSS22 61
VSS23 65
VSS24 66
VSS25 71
VSS26 72
VSS27 127
VSS28 128
VSS29 133
VSS30 134
VSS31 138
VSS32 139
VSS33 144
VSS34 145
VSS35 150
VSS36 151
VSS37 155
VSS38 156
VSS39 161
VSS40 162
VSS41 167
VSS42 168
VSS43 172
VSS44 173
VSS45 178
VSS46 179
VSS47 184
VSS48 185
VSS49 189
VSS50 190
VSS51 195
VSS52 196
G2 GND2
G1 GND1
VTT2 204
VTT1 203
VREF_CA
126
RESET#
30 EVENT#
198
VDD13
111
VDD14
112
VDD16
118 VDD15
117
VDD17
123
VDD18
124
C378
10u_6.3V_X5R_06
C410
10u_6.3V_X5R_06
C419
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C431
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
3.3VS
3.3VS
1.5V
VTT_MEM
1.5V
1.5V
VTT_MEM
1.5V
3.3VS
M_A_OD T14
M_A_RAS#4,11
M_A_BS14,11
M_A_CLK_D DR14M_A_CLK_DDR#14
SMB_CLK10,11,22
DDR3_DRAMRST#3,10,11
M_A_BS04,11
M_A_W E#4,11
M_A_CAS#4,11
1.5V3,6,10,11,28,38,41 VTT_MEM10, 11, 41
M_A_OD T04
M_A_BS24,11
M_A_CKE04
M_A_CLK_D DR04M_A_CLK_DDR#04
M_A_C S# 14
M_A_DQ[63:0] 4,11
M_A_CKE14
SMB_DATA10,11,22
TS#_DIMM0_110,11
M_A_C S# 04
M_A_A[15:0]4,11
M_A_D QS#[7:0]4,11
M_A_DQS[7:0]4,11
3.3VS3,10,11,12,21, 22,23,24,25,26,27,28,30,31, 33,34,35,36,37,38,43,45
MV RE F _D Q _D I MMA6,11
CLOSE TO SO-DIMM_0
SO-DIMM A_0
CHANGE TO STANDARD
85 ohm
Layout Note:
signal/space/signal:
20mils
C782
*10u_6.3V_X5R_06
6-86-24204-009 DDRSK-20401-TR5B
6-86-24204-022 91-993469-175
+
C741
*330uF_2.5V_9m_6.3*6
C784
*1u_6. 3V_X5R_04
C783
*1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C786
*0. 1u_10V_X5R_04
C660 2.2u_6.3V_X5R_06
Sheet 9 of 55
DDR3 SO-DIMM
A_0
Schematic Diagrams
DDR3 SO-DIMM B_0 B - 11
B.Schematic Diagrams
DDR3 SO-DIMM B_0
6-86-24204-023 DDRSK-20401-TR9D
6-86-24204-036 91-93469-173
SA0_B_DIM09SA1_B_DIM09
6-86-24204-023 DDRSK-20401-TR9D
6-86-24204-036 91-93469-173
SA1_B_D I M0
SA0_B_D I M0 MVREF _DQ_DIMMB
M_B_DQ13
M_B_DQ24
M_B_DQ56
M_B_DQ28
M_B_DQ11
M_B_DQ31
M_B_DQ46
M_B_DQ27
M_B_DQ44
M_B_DQ41
M_B_DQ57
M_B_DQ37
M_B_DQ60
M_B_DQ2
M_B_DQ40
M_B_DQ54
M_B_DQ62
M_B_DQ58
M_B_DQ50
M_B_DQ1
M_B_DQ16
M_B_DQ23
M_B_DQ61
M_B_DQ42
M_B_DQ8
M_B_DQ59
M_B_DQ35
M_B_DQ36
M_B_DQ47
M_B_DQ43
M_B_DQ38
M_B_DQ17
M_B_DQ3
M_B_DQ7
M_B_DQ9
M_B_DQ34
M_B_DQ5
M_B_DQ25
M_B_DQ30
M_B_DQ18
M_B_DQ0
M_B_DQ55
M_B_DQ29
M_B_DQ63
M_B_DQ33
M_B_A1
M_B_A2
M_B_DQ22
M_B_DQ20
M_B_DQS3
M_B_DQS2
M_B_A7
M_B_A8
M_B_DQS#3
M_B_DQS#2
M_B_CLK_D DR#1
M_B_CLK_DDR0
MVRE F _D IMB_0
8 / 4 / 8
Layout Note:
SO-DIMM B_0
CLOSE TO SO-DIMM1
CHANGE TO STANDARD
signal/space/signal:
20mils
Layout Note:
SO-DIMM_1 is placed farther from the GMCH than SO-DIMM_0
M_B_DQ53
M_B_DQ45
M_B_DQ48
M_B_DQ15
M_B_DQ4
M_B_DQ26
M_B_A5
M_B_DQ32
M_B_DQ14
M_B_DQ39
M_B_DQ49
M_B_DQ51
M_B_DQ21
M_B_DQ6
M_B_DQ19
M_B_DQ12
M_B_DQ10
M_B_DQ52
M_B_A14
M_B_A9
M_B_A10
M_B_A11
M_B_A13
M_B_A12
M_B_A0
M_B_A3
M_B_A4
M_B_A6
M_B_DQS#6
M_B_DQS#5
M_B_DQS#4
M_B_DQS#1
M_B_DQS#0
M_B_DQS7
M_B_DQS6
M_B_DQS5
M_B_DQS4
M_B_DQS1
M_B_DQS0
M_B_A15
M_B_DQS#7
M_B_CLK_D DR#0
M_B_CLK_DDR1
MVREF_DIMB_0
JDIMM2B
DDRSK-20401-TR9D
VDD1
75
VDD2
76
VDD3
81
VDD4
82
VDD5
87
VDD6
88
VDD7
93
VDD8
94
VDD9
99
VDD10
100
VDD11
105
VDD12
106
VDDSPD
199
NC1
77
NC2
122
NCTEST
125
VREF_DQ
1
VSS1
2
VSS2
3
VSS3
8
VSS4
9
VSS5
13
VSS6
14
VSS7
19
VSS8
20
VSS9
25
VSS10
26
VSS11
31
VSS12
32
VSS13
37
VSS14
38
VSS15
43
VSS16 44
VSS17 48
VSS18 49
VSS19 54
VSS20 55
VSS21 60
VSS22 61
VSS23 65
VSS24 66
VSS25 71
VSS26 72
VSS27 127
VSS28 128
VSS29 133
VSS30 134
VSS31 138
VSS32 139
VSS33 144
VSS34 145
VSS35 150
VSS36 151
VSS37 155
VSS38 156
VSS39 161
VSS40 162
VSS41 167
VSS42 168
VSS43 172
VSS44 173
VSS45 178
VSS46 179
VSS47 184
VSS48 185
VSS49 189
VSS50 190
VSS51 195
VSS52 196
G2 GND2
G1 GND1
VTT2 204
VTT1 203
VREF_CA
126
RESET#
30 EVENT#
198
VDD13
111
VDD14
112
VDD16
118 VDD15
117
VDD17
123
VDD18
124
C449
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C456
1u_6. 3V_X5R_04
C447
1u_6. 3V_X5R_04
C712
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C446
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C443
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C433
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C425
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C411
10u_6.3V_X5R_06
R207 1K_1%_04
C408 0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C396
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C407
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C445
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C405
1u_6. 3V_X5R_04
C729
10u_6.3V_X5R_06
C426
1u_6. 3V_X5R_04
C454
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C720 0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C429
1u_6. 3V_X5R_04
C399
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C432
10u_6.3V_X5R_06
C412
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C380
1u_6. 3V_X5R_04
C420 *10p_50V_NPO_04
JD IMM2A
DDRSK-20401-TR9D
A0
98
A1
97
A2
96
A3
95
A4
92
A5
91
A6
90
A7
86
A8
89
A9
85
A10/AP
107
A11
84
A12/BC#
83
A13
119
A14
80
A15
78
DQ0 5
DQ1 7
DQ2 15
DQ3 17
DQ4 4
DQ5 6
DQ6 16
DQ7 18
DQ8 21
DQ9 23
DQ10 33
DQ11 35
DQ12 22
DQ13 24
DQ14 34
DQ15 36
DQ16 39
DQ17 41
DQ18 51
DQ19 53
DQ20 40
DQ21 42
DQ22 50
DQ23 52
DQ24 57
DQ25 59
DQ26 67
DQ27 69
DQ28 56
DQ29 58
DQ30 68
DQ31 70
DQ32 129
DQ33 131
DQ34 141
DQ35 143
DQ36 130
DQ37 132
DQ38 140
DQ39 142
DQ40 147
DQ41 149
DQ42 157
DQ43 159
DQ44 146
DQ45 148
DQ46 158
DQ47 160
DQ48 163
DQ49 165
DQ50 175
DQ51 177
DQ52 164
DQ53 166
DQ54 174
DQ55 176
DQ56 181
DQ57 183
DQ58 191
DQ59 193
DQ60 180
DQ61 182
DQ62 192
DQ63 194
BA0
109
BA1
108
RAS#
110
WE#
113
CAS#
115
S0#
114
S1#
121
CKE0
73
CKE1
74
CK0
101
CK0#
103
CK1
102
CK1#
104
SDA
200 SCL
202 SA1
201 SA0
197
DM0
11
DM1
28
DM2
46
DM3
63
DM4
136
DM5
153
DM6
170
DM7
187
DQS0
12
DQS1
29
DQS2
47
DQS3
64
DQS4
137
DQS5
154
DQS6
171
DQS7
188
DQS0#
10
DQS1#
27
DQS2#
45
DQS3#
62
DQS4#
135
DQS5#
152
DQS6#
169
DQS7#
186
ODT0
116
ODT1
120
BA2
79
C440
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C423 *10p_50V_NPO_04
C427
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C452
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C723
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
R206
1K_1%_04
C392
10u_6.3V_X5R_06
1.5V
1.5V
VTT_MEM
3.3VS
VTT_MEM
1.5V
1.5V
VTT_MEM9,11,41
DDR3_DRAMRST#3,9,11
1.5V3,6,9,11, 28,38, 41
M_B_DQ[63: 0] 4
TS#_DI MM0_19,11
SMB_CLK9,11,22 SMB_DATA9,11,22
M_B_BS14
M_B_CLK_DDR 14
M_B_A[15:0]4
M_B_CAS#4
M_B_CLK_DDR #14
M_B_RAS#4
M_B_CLK_DDR 04
M_B_BS04
M_B_WE#4
C719 2.2u_6.3V_X5R_06
M_B_CKE14
M_B_BS24
M_B_CKE04
M_B_OD T14
M_B_CS#04
M_B_CLK_DDR #04
M_B_CS#14
M_ B_ DQ S# [ 7: 0 ]4
M_B_DQS[7:0]4
M_B_OD T04
MVREF_DQ_DIMMB6
3.3VS3,9,11,12,21,22,23,24,25,26, 27,28,30,31,33,34,35,36,37, 38,43,45
C406 2.2u_6.3V_X5R_06
Sheet 10 of 55
DDR3 SO-DIMM
B_0
Schematic Diagrams
B - 12 DDR3 SO-DIMM A_1
B.Schematic Diagrams
DDR3 SO-DIMM A_1
MVREF_DIMA_09
MVREF_D IMA_0 11
MVR EF_DI MA_0
R260
1K_1%_04
R261 1K_1%_04
C788
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
CLOSE TO SO-DIMM_1
1.5V
SO-DIMM A_1
M_A _D Q3
M_A _D Q2
M_A _D Q1
M_A _D Q32
M_A _D Q31
M_A _D Q30
M_A _D Q29
M_A _D Q4
M_A _D Q39
M_A _D Q37
M_A _D Q36
M_A _D Q35
M_A _D Q34
M_A _D Q33
M_A _D Q44
M_A _D Q43
M_A _D Q42
M_A _D Q41
M_A _D Q40
M_A _D Q49
M_A _D Q38
M_A _D Q47
M_A _D Q46
M_A _D Q45
M_A _D Q54
M_A _D Q53
M_A _D Q52
M_A _D Q51
M_A _D Q28
M_A _D Q50
M_A _D Q56
M_A _D Q6
M_A _D Q5
M_A _D Q48
M_A _D Q55
M_A _D Q62
M_A _D Q61
M_A _D Q60
M_A _D Q58
M_A _D Q57
M_A _D Q11
M_A _D Q9
M_A _D Q8
M_A _D Q7
M_A _D Q59
M_A _D Q63
M_A _D Q16
M_A _D Q15
M_A _D Q14
M_A _D Q13
M_A _D Q12
M_A _D Q21
M_A _D Q10
M_A _D Q19
M_A _D Q18
M_A _D Q17
M_A _D Q26
M_A _D Q25
M_A _D Q24
M_A _D Q23
M_A _D Q0
M_A _D Q22
M_A _D Q20
M_A _D Q27
CHANGE TO STANDARD
MVREF_DIMA_0
20mils
signal/space/signal:
Layout Note:
8 / 4 / 8
3.3VS
C778
*1u_6. 3V_X5R_04
C779
*1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C781
*0. 1u_10V_X5R_04
6-86-24204-012 DDRRK-20401-TR4B
6-86-24204-007 2.2013287-1
6-86-24204-011 AS0A621-U4RN-7F
MVR E F _D Q _D I MMA
C379 2.2u_6.3V_X5R_06
SA0_A_DIM1
SA1_A_DIM1
C704
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C691
10u_6.3V_X5R_06
C385
10u_6.3V_X5R_06
C727
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
R204 10K_04
C726
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C403
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C706
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C397
10u_6.3V_X5R_06
C389 2.2u_6.3V_X5R_06
C724
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C370
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
JDIMM3B
DDRRK-20401-TR4B
VDD1
75
VDD2
76
VDD3
81
VDD4
82
VDD5
87
VDD6
88
VDD7
93
VDD8
94
VDD9
99
VDD10
100
VDD11
105
VDD12
106
VDDSPD
199
NC1
77
NC2
122
NC TEST
125
VREF_DQ
1
VSS1
2
VSS2
3
VSS3
8
VSS4
9
VSS5
13
VSS6
14
VSS7
19
VSS8
20
VSS9
25
VSS10
26
VSS11
31
VSS12
32
VSS13
37
VSS14
38
VSS15
43
VSS16 44
VSS17 48
VSS18 49
VSS19 54
VSS20 55
VSS21 60
VSS22 61
VSS23 65
VSS24 66
VSS25 71
VSS26 72
VSS27 127
VSS28 128
VSS29 133
VSS30 134
VSS31 138
VSS32 139
VSS33 144
VSS34 145
VSS35 150
VSS36 151
VSS37 155
VSS38 156
VSS39 161
VSS40 162
VSS41 167
VSS42 168
VSS43 172
VSS44 173
VSS45 178
VSS46 179
VSS47 184
VSS48 185
VSS49 189
VSS50 190
VSS51 195
VSS52 196
G2 GND2
G1 GND1
VTT2 204
VTT1 203
VREF_CA
126
RESET#
30 EVENT#
198
VDD13
111
VDD14
112
VDD16
118 VDD15
117
VDD17
123
VDD18
124
C711
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C705
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C404
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C708
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C448
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C416
1u_6. 3V_X5R_04
C422
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C717
10u_6.3V_X5R_06
C414
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C442
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C444
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C725
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
JDIMM3A
DDRRK-20401-TR4B
A0
98
A1
97
A2
96
A3
95
A4
92
A5
91
A6
90
A7
86
A8
89
A9
85
A10/AP
107
A11
84
A12/BC#
83
A13
119
A14
80
A15
78
DQ0 5
DQ1 7
DQ2 15
DQ3 17
DQ4 4
DQ5 6
DQ6 16
DQ7 18
DQ8 21
DQ9 23
DQ10 33
DQ11 35
DQ12 22
DQ13 24
DQ14 34
DQ15 36
DQ16 39
DQ17 41
DQ18 51
DQ19 53
DQ20 40
DQ21 42
DQ22 50
DQ23 52
DQ24 57
DQ25 59
DQ26 67
DQ27 69
DQ28 56
DQ29 58
DQ30 68
DQ31 70
DQ32 129
DQ33 131
DQ34 141
DQ35 143
DQ36 130
DQ37 132
DQ38 140
DQ39 142
DQ40 147
DQ41 149
DQ42 157
DQ43 159
DQ44 146
DQ45 148
DQ46 158
DQ47 160
DQ48 163
DQ49 165
DQ50 175
DQ51 177
DQ52 164
DQ53 166
DQ54 174
DQ55 176
DQ56 181
DQ57 183
DQ58 191
DQ59 193
DQ60 180
DQ61 182
DQ62 192
DQ63 194
BA0
109
BA1
108
RAS#
110
WE#
113
CAS#
115
S0#
114
S1#
121
CKE0
73
CKE1
74
CK0
101
CK0#
103
CK1
102
CK1#
104
SDA
200 SCL
202 SA1
201 SA0
197
DM0
11
DM1
28
DM2
46
DM3
63
DM4
136
DM5
153
DM6
170
DM7
187
DQS0
12
DQS1
29
DQS2
47
DQS3
64
DQS4
137
DQS5
154
DQS6
171
DQS7
188
DQS0#
10
DQS1#
27
DQS2#
45
DQS3#
62
DQS4#
135
DQS5#
152
DQS6#
169
DQS7#
186
ODT0
116
ODT1
120
BA2
79
C409
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C372
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C377 0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C391 0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C402
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
3.3VS
1.5V
3.3VS
1.5V
VTT_MEM
VTT_MEM
M_A_CLK_DDR34
1.5V
M_A _OD T34
M_A_R AS#4,9
M_A _BS 14,9
M_A_C AS#4,9
M_A_CLK_DDR#34
SMB_CLK9,10,22
DDR3_DRAMRST#3,9,10
M_A _OD T24
M_A _BS 04,9
M_A_WE#4,9
SA1_A_DIM1
SA0_A_DIM1
M_A_CLK_DDR24
1.5V3,6,9,10,28,38,41 VTT_MEM9,10,41
M_A _CKE34
M_A _BS 24,9
M_A _CKE24
M_A_CLK_DDR#24
M_A _CS#34
M_A_DQ[63:0] 4,9
M_A_DQS[7:0]4,9
SMB_DATA9,10,22
TS#_DIMM0_19,10
M_A _CS#24
3.3VS3,9,10,12,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,30,31,33,34,35,36,37,38,43,45
M_A_A[15:0]4,9
M_A_DQS#[ 7:0]4,9
MVREF_DQ_DI MMA6,9
+
C740
560u_2.5V_6.6*6.6*5.9
M_A_A6
M_A_A5
M_A_A7
M_A_A8
M_A_A9
M_A_A0
M_A_A1
M_A_A2
M_A_A3
M_A_A4
M_A_A12
M_A_A11
M_A_A13
M_A_A14
M_A_A15
M_A_A10
M_A_DQS0
M_A_DQS1
M_A_DQS2
DDRRK-20401-TR4B 6-86-24204-012
2.2013287-1 6-86-24204-007
AS0A621-U4RN-7F 6-86-24204-011
M_A_DQS3
M_A_DQS4
C780
*10u_6.3V_X5R_06
M_A_DQS5
M_A_DQS6
M_A_DQS7
R529 10K_04
M_A_DQS#0
M_A_DQS#1
M_A_DQS#2
+
C591
*330uF_2.5V_9m_6.3*6
C777
*10u_6.3V_X5R_06
M_A_DQS#3
M_A_DQS#4
M_A_DQS#5
R530 10K_04 M_A_DQS#6
M_A_DQS#7
Sheet 11 of 55
DDR3 SO-DIMM
A_1
Schematic Diagrams
Panel, Inverter, CRT B - 13
B.Schematic Diagrams
Panel, Inverter, CRT
.
L3 0_04
A & B ¥ó,¾÷ºØ¶ì®Æªº¨¾¤õµ¥¯Å-n²Å¦XUL 94V-0
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.
L5 FC M1005MF-600T01
.
L4 FC M1005MF-600T01
.
L6 FC M1005MF-600T01
NB_ENAVDD24,37
2A
U10
G5243A
VIN
4
VIN
5
EN
3
VOUT 1
GND 2
RN1
2.2K_8P4R_04
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
C352
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
R185
*100K_04
PLVDD
R197
100K_04
PN:G5243A--6-02-05243-9C0
3.3VS 5VS
R471
2.2K_04
3.3VS
R475
2.2K_04
BLON1
SB_BLON1
LVDS-U0P 24
PANEL CONNECTOR
LVDS-U0N 24
R418 *10K_04
R309 100K_04
U17B
74LVC08PW
4
56
147
R341
100K_04
U17D
74LVC08PW
12
13 11
147
C560
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
U17A
74LVC08PW
1
23
147
R310 *100K_04
R308 *100K_04
U17C
74LVC08PW
9
10 8
147
3.3V
3.3V
3.3V
3.3V
LVDS-L0P24 LVDS-L0N24
LID_SW#34,37
ALL_SY S _PWR GD23,37,43
BKL_EN37
LVDS-U2N 24
SB_BLON26
LVDS-L2P 24
LVDS-L2N 24
LVDS-U2P 24
BLON24 BLON2
INV_BLON
BRI GH TNESS37 D13
*BAV99 RECTIFIER
A
CAC
D14 *CDBU00340
AC
TI
IP4772CZ16 PN:6-02-47721-B60
J_CRT1
108AH15DST04A8CC
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
19
10
11
12
13
14
15
GND2
GND1
C602
*0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
C336
0.1u_50V_Y5V_06
C332
*0.22u_50V_Y5V_06
Q8
*MTN7002ZHS3
G
DS
Q7
*P2003EVG
4
62 5
73
1
8
R186
*10K_04
3.3V
R162 *100K_04 LVDD_EN#
R171
*1M_04
W150ERQÄÝ©ó94V-0 ¬G¨ú®ø«OÅ@¹qªý
NB_ENAVDD24,37
VIN
R178
*220_06
LEDPL_VIN
S
D
G
Q9B
*MTDN7002ZHS6R
5
3
4
S
D
G
Q9A
*MTDN7002ZHS6R
2
6
1
LED PANEL (LVDS Dual Channel).
C324
0.1u_50V_Y5V_06
D1 RB751S-40C2
AC
LID_SW#1
C369
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
P_GND
INV_BLON
Q7 PIN¸}¨¾²k
R5
150_1%_04
2A
R3
150_1%_04
R4
150_1%_04
DAC_RED24
DAC_GREEN24
DAC_BLUE24
LVDS-U1N24 LVDS-U1P24
LVDS-L1N24
LVDS-UCLKN24 LVDS-UCLKP24
LVDS-LCLKP24 LVDS-LCLKN24
LVDS-L1P24
BYP
.
L49
HCB1608KF-121T25
C630
0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
C639
0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
6-20-41A10-220
87216-4006
.
L1 0_04
J_LCD1
87216-4006
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
Gnd 1 GND1
Gnd 2 GND2
J_LCD1 TOP¨Ï¥Î,¦]¾÷ºc--°ª°ÝÃD
>100 mil
3.3VS
PLVDD
PLVDD
3.3VS
FGRN
DDCLK
FBLUE
HSYNC
LEDPL_VIN
FRED
C12
1000p_50V_X7R_04
C14
220p_50V_NPO_04
C16
220p_50V_NPO_04
C17
1000p_50V_X7R_04
CRT
C15
*10p_50V_NPO_04
C11
*10p_50V_NPO_04
P_DDC_CLK 24
P_DDC_DATA 24
C13
*10p_50V_NPO_04
DDCDATA
VSYNC
C19
0.22u_10V_Y5V_04
C18
0.22u_10V_Y5V_04
R6 33_04
DDCLK
HSYNC
DDCDATA
VSYNC _C
HSYNC_C
C23
0.22u_10V_Y5V_04
R2 33_04
DAC_DDCADATA24
DAC_HSYNC24
DAC_VSYNC24
3.3VS FGRN
DAC_DDCACLK24
FRED
FBLUE
U1
IP4772CZ16
VCC_SYNC
1
VCC_VIDEO
2
VIDEO_1 3
VIDEO_2 4
VIDEO_3 5
GND 6
VCC_DDC
7
BY P
8
DDC_OUT1 9
DDC_IN1
10
DDC_IN2
11 DDC_OUT2 12
SYNC_IN1
13 SYNC_OUT1 14
SYNC_IN2
15 SYNC_OUT2 16
5VS
VSYNC
C22
22p_50V_NPO_04
C21
22p_50V_NPO_04
C20
22p_50V_N PO_04
C26
10p_50V_N PO_04
C25
10p_50V_NPO_04
C24
10p_50V_NPO_04
3.3V2,3,6,19,21,22,23,25,26,27,28,30,31,32,36,38,40,41,42 5VS21,27,28,30,31,34,35, 36,38,43,45 VIN38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45,46
3.3VS3,9,10,11,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,30,31,33,34,35,36,37,38,43,45
NEAR PIN4,5
PANEL POWER
BRIGHTNESS_R
.
L2 0_04
PJ7
OPEN_2A
12
R417 *10mil_short
R1 1_04
3.3V
Sheet 12 of 55
Panel, Inverter,
CRT
Schematic Diagrams
B - 14 VGA PCI-E Interface
B.Schematic Diagrams
VGA PCI-E Interface
PLACE NEAR BGA
ROM_SI 2G Hynix
Reserve
SYS15V38,39,41
210 mA total
PEX_RX6#
PEX_RX2#PEX_RX2#
PEX_RX3#
PEX_RX0#
PEX_RX5#
PEX_RX1#
PEX_RX4#
16mil
PLACE NEAR BALLS
1u->0.1u C990525
1/19 PC I_EXPRESS
COMMON
BGA_0908_P080_P085_P100_290X290
U16A
N13E-GE QS
AM27
PEX_RX15
AN27
PEX_RX15
AK25
PEX_T X15
AL25
PEX_T X15
AP27
PEX_RX14
AP26
PEX_RX14
AJ24
PEX_T X14
AK24
PEX_T X14
AM26
PEX_RX13
AN26
PEX_RX13
AG23
PEX_T X13
AH23
PEX_T X13
AM24
PEX_RX12
AN24
PEX_RX12
AJ23
PEX_T X12
AK23
PEX_T X12
AP24
PEX_RX11
AP23
PEX_RX11
AK22
PEX_T X11
AL22
PEX_T X11
AM23
PEX_RX10
AN23
PEX_RX10
AJ21
PEX_T X10
AK21
PEX_T X10
AM21
PEX_RX9
AN21
PEX_RX9
AG20
PEX_T X9
AH20
PEX_T X9
AP21
PEX_RX8
AP20
PEX_RX8
AJ20
PEX_T X8
AK20
PEX_T X8
AM20
PEX_RX7
AN20
PEX_RX7
AK19
PEX_T X7
AL19
PEX_T X7
AM18
PEX_RX6
AN18
PEX_RX6
AJ18
PEX_T X6
AK18
PEX_T X6
AP18
PEX_RX5
AP17
PEX_RX5
AG17
PEX_T X5
AH17
PEX_T X5
AM17
PEX_RX4
AN17
PEX_RX4
AJ17
PEX_T X4
AK17
PEX_T X4
AM15
PEX_RX3
AN15
PEX_RX3
AK16
PEX_T X3
AL16
PEX_T X3
AP15
PEX_RX2
AP14
PEX_RX2
AJ15
PEX_T X2
AK15
PEX_T X2
AM14
PEX_RX1
AN14
PEX_RX1
AG14
PEX_T X1
AH14
PEX_T X1
AM12
PEX_RX0
AN12
PEX_RX0
AJ14
PEX_T X0
AK14
PEX_T X0
AK13
PEX_REFC LK
AL13
PEX_REFC LK
AK12
PEX_CLKR EQ
AJ12
PEX_RST
AJ11
PEX_WAKE
AP29
PEX_ T ERM P
AK11
TESTMODE
AG26
PEX_PLLVDD
AK26
PEX_TSTCLK_OUT
AJ26
PEX_TSTCLK_OUT
P8
3V3AUX_NC
L5
GND_SENSE
L4
VDD_SENSE
AG12
PEX_SVDD_3V3
AH12
PEX_PLL_HVDD
AN28
PEX_IOVDDQ
AM28
PEX_IOVDDQ
AL27
PEX_IOVDDQ
AK27
PEX_IOVDDQ
AJ27
PEX_IOVDDQ
AH27
PEX_IOVDDQ
AH26
PEX_IOVDDQ
AH18
PEX_IOVDDQ
AH15
PEX_IOVDDQ
AG25
PEX_IOVDDQ
AG18
PEX_IOVDDQ
AG16
PEX_IOVDDQ
AG15
PEX_IOVDDQ
AG13
PEX_IOVDDQ
AH25
PEX_IOVDD
AH21
PEX_IOVDD
AG24
PEX_IOVDD
AG22
PEX_IOVDD
AG21
PEX_IOVDD
AG19
PEX_IOVDD
ROM_SO
18/19 NC/ VDD33
U16F
BGA_0908_P080_P085_P100_290X290
COMMON
N13E-GE QS
V32
NC
T8
NC
H31
NC
D26
NC
D23
NC
D20
NC
D19
NC
C15
NC
AL11
NC
AJ5
NC
AJ4
NC
AJ28
NC
AC6
NC
M8
VDD33
L8
VDD33
K8
VDD33
J8
VDD33
2011/12/08
PEX_CLKREQ#
R243
10K_04
C201
10u_6.3V_X5R_06
SAMSUNG 2G K4G20325FD-FC04
6-04-42032-E41
PEX_CLKREQ#
3V3_R UN
C64
22u_ 6. 3V _X5R _0 8
R51
It leaves as NC for N13P-PES
ADD For N13E-GE
PEX_TERMP
PEX_PLLVDD
PERSTB#25
C68
4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06
C69
22u_ 6. 3V _X5R _08
PLACE N EAR BGA
C96
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
12mil
C75
0. 1u _10V _X7R _0 4
PEX_VDD
30K
C191
10u_ 6 .3 V_X5R _0 6
C268
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
PEX_RX4
R340 0_04
PEX_RX6
PEX_RX7
PEX_RX3
PEX_RX7#
PS1_VDD_SENSE
PS1_GND_SENSE
PEX_RX1
PEX_RX5
PS1_GND_SENSE 45
PEX_RX0
PEX_RX2
PS1_VDD_SENSE 45
C216
10u_6.3V_X5R_06
13/ 19 M IS C2
COMMON
BGA_0908_P080_P085_P100_290X290
U16P
N13E-GE QS
J1
M ULT IST RAP_R EF_G ND
J3
STRAP4
J5
STRAP3
J6
STRAP2
J7
STRAP1
J2
STRAP0
L3
CEC
L2
BU F RST
H4
ROM_SCLK
H7
ROM_SO
H5
ROM_SI
H6
ROM_CS
VGA_PEXCLK
VGA_PEXCLK#
C182
10u_ 6 .3 V_X5R _0 6
16mil
VGA_STRAP3
VGA_STRAP4
16mil
C107
4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06
PLACE UNDER BALLS
C73
0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
C93
0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
PLACE NEAR BALLS
C74
0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
PLACE NEAR BGA
3V3_RUN
PULL DOWNPULL UP
GPU _TESTMODE
R249 *15K_1%_04
PLACE NEAR BGA
R250 *20K_1%_04 R251 45.3K_1%_04
R255 4. 99K_1%_04
VGA_STRAP4
VGA_STRAP3
R81*200_1%_04
PEX_TSTCL K_OU T#
C248
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
PEX_TSTCL K_OU T
PLACE NEAR BALLS
C92
1u_6. 3V_ X5R_04
5K
45K
25K
16mil
PLACE NEAR BALLS
3300 mA total
PLACE NEAR BGA
PLACE NEAR BALLS
ROM_SI 1G Samsung
ROM_SI 2G Samsung
5K
H5
H8_0D4_4
H10
H8_0D4_4
GPU
H11
H8_0D4_4
XTAL _I N
C125
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
R225
10K_04
XTA L _ O U T
C1 13 0.22 u_ 10V _X5R _04
20K
SNN _3V3AU X
R253 *34.8K_1%_04
Q15
*MTN7002ZHS3
G
D S
C561
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C1 58 0.22 u_ 10V _X5R _04
R2 41 * 4.9 9K_ 1%_04
VGA_STRAP0
VGA_STRAP2
M_ STR A P _R E F 0
VGA_STRAP1
C78
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
C1 30 0.22 u_ 10V _X5R _04
C104
0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
R242 45.3K_1%_04
C150
4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06
C83 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
R15 40. 2K_1%_04
C1 43 0.22 u_ 10V _X5R _04
R247 30K_1%_ 04
C244
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
C466
15p_50V_NPO_04
C553
4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06
C1 67 0.22 u_ 10V _X5R _04
C98 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
5K
X_OUTBUF F
35K
C1 55 0.22 u_ 10V _X5R _04
FCM1 00 5K F-600T 03
6-19 -3 10 01-238
VID_PLLVDD
C1 78 0.22 u_ 10V _X5R _04
C161
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C1 84 0.22 u_ 10V _X5R _04
X5 FSX5L27. 0000 00M20FAQ
1 2
C1 35 0.22 u_ 10V _X5R _04
R37 24.9K_1%_04
R69 *30K_1%_04
R53 10K_04
25K
C550
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
R30 *34.8k_1%_04
R346 2.49K_1%_04
C1 48 0.22 u_ 10V _X5R _04
C1 41 0.22 u_ 10V _X5R _04
R40 *25K_ 1%_04
C1 05 0.22 u_ 10V _X5R _04
C180
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
.
L8 FCM1005KF-600T03
C1 17 0.22 u_ 10V _X5R _04
R41 4.99K_1%_04
L9
FC M1 608K F -18 1T05
R254 4. 99K_1%_04
C207
0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
R248 *20K_1%_04
C467
15p_50V_NPO_04
R42 10K_1%_04
R285
10K_04
C1 49 0.22 u_ 10V _X5R _04
C84
4.7u _6.3V_X5R_0 6
C214
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
R16
10K_04
PEX_VDD
3V3_R UN
PEX_VDD
3V3_RUN
PEX_VDD
3V3_RUN
3V3_RUN
PEG_TX12
PEX_VDD
PEG_TX#72
PEG_TX22
VGA_PEXCLK22
PEG_TX#02
PEG_RX22
3V3_RUN19,38,45
C95
0. 1u _16V _Y 5 V_0 4
PEG_TX#22
PEG_TX32
3.3VS3,9,10,11,12,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,30,31,33,34,35,36,37,38,43,45
PEG_RX72
PEX_VDD14,4 1
PEG_CLKREQ#22
PEG_RX12
PEG_TX#52
PEG_TX#12
PEG_RX42
PEG_RX#02
PEG_RX#62
PEG_TX#42
PEG_RX32
PEG_RX62
PEG_TX62
PEG_RX#12
PEG_RX#52
PEG_RX02
PEG_RX52
PEG_RX#72
PEG_RX#22
PEG_TX72
PEG_TX42
10K
PEG_TX52
VGA_PEXCLK#22
PEG_RX#32
PEG_TX02
PEG_RX#42
3.3V2,3,6,12,19,21,22,23,25,26,27,28,30,31,32,36,38,40,41,42
PEG_TX#62
PEG_TX#32
P453
It leaves as 10K for N13E-GE, N13P-GT
It leaves as NC fro N13P-PES
12/19 XT AL_PLL
GF 117GF 108/GKx
NC
U16O
BGA_0908_P080_P085_P100_290X290
COMMON
N13E-GE QS
H1
XTA LSSIN
AD7
VID_PLLVDD
AE8
SP_PLLVD D
AD8
PLLVD D
H2
XTALOUT
J4
XTALO UT BU FF
H3
XTA LIN
N13E-GE
45.3K
DEVICE ID: 0XFD4
6-04-25512-B71
6-04-25512-B70
6-04-25512-B72
6-04-25010-490
VGA_ROM_CS#
U4
*MX25L5121EMC-20G
1
CS
2
SO
3
WP
4
GND
5
SI
6
SCK
7
HOLD
8
VCC
VBIOS ROM
3V3_RUN
3V3_RUN
R31
*10K_04
VGA_ROM_SI
VGA_ROM_SO
VGA_ROM_SCLK
C65
*0 .1u_ 16V_Y 5V_ 04
VGA_ROM_SCLK
VGA_ROM_SO
VGA_ROM_SI
X_SS I NX_SS I N
VGA_STRAP2
VGA_STRAP1
VGA_STRAP0
N13E-GE ES sample
R295
*100K_04
150 mA total
C82
4. 7u_ 6. 3V _X5R _06
R51
0_04
C166
4. 7u _6. 3V _X5R _06
SNN_PEXWAKE
ROM_SI 1G Hynix
ROM_SCLK
STRAP4
STRAP3
STRAP2
STRAP1
STRAP0
Sheet 13 of 55
VGA PCI-E
Interface
Schematic Diagrams
VGA Frame Buffer Interface B - 15
B.Schematic Diagrams
VGA Frame Buffer Interface
FBA_D11
FBA_D9
FBA_D13
FBA_D12
FBA_D10
FBA_D8
FBA_D7
FBB_D22
FB_VREF_TP
FBB_CMD4
FBB_CMD31
FBB_CMD0
FBB_CMD2
FBB_CMD6
FBB_CMD7
FBB_CMD3
FBB_CMD14
FBB_CMD15
FBB_CMD9
FBB_CMD5
FBB_D18
FBB_CMD17
FBB_CMD13
FBB_CMD8
FBB_CMD12
FBB_CMD11
FBB_CMD10
FBB_CMD23
FBB_CMD21
FBB_CMD22
FBB_CMD18
FBB_CMD20
FBB_CMD28
FBB_CMD26
FBB_CMD25
FBB_CMD19
FBB_CMD16
FBB_CMD1
FBB_CMD24
FBB_CMD29
FBB_CMD30
FBB_CMD27
FBA_D19
FBA_D16
FBA_D20
FBA_D18
N13P-GL default NC
N13E-GE/N13P-GT FBA_DPLLAVDD
FBA_D15
FBA_D14
FBA_D17
FBB_CMD30
FBB_D14
FBB_CMD14
C202
0.1u _10V_X7R_04
FBB_D10
C147
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
FBA_D23
FBA_D37
FBA_D33
FBA_D36
FBA_D38
FBA_D32
FBA_D25
FBA_D26
FBA_D27
FBA_D29
FBA_D41
FBA_D28
FBA_D39
FBA_D22
FBA_D35
FBA_D21
FBA_D30
FBA_D31
FBA_D40
FBA_D24
FBA_D34
FBB_D53
FBB_D57
PLACE UNDER BGA
PLACE CLOSE BGA
FBB_D61
FBB_D6
C206
22u_6.3V_X5R_08
FBA_D59
FBA_D49
FBA_D58
FBA_D54
FBA_D60
FBA_D45
FBA_D55
FBA_D53
FBA_D51
FBA_D57
FBA_D50
FBA_D48
FBA_D43
FBA_D63
FBA_D47
FBA_D44
FBA_D52
FBA_D62
FBA_D61
FBA_D46
FBA_D56
FBA_D42
FBB_DBI7
FBB_DBI4
FBB_DBI5
FBB_DBI0
FBB_D47
FBB_DBI3
FBB_DBI2
FBB_DBI6
FBB_DBI1
FBB_D43
FBA_CMD4
FBA_CMD30
FBA_CMD27
FBB_D39
FBA_CMD19
FBA_CMD7
FBA_CMD8
FBA_CMD3
FBA_CMD13
FBA_CMD9
FBA_CMD26
FBA_CMD18
FBA_CMD21
FBA_CMD15
FBA_CMD2
FBB_EDC7
FBB_EDC4
FBB_EDC5
FBA_CMD12
FBA_CMD11
FBA_CMD14
FBA_CMD28
FBB_EDC3
FBB_EDC2
FBB_EDC6
FBB_EDC1
FBB_EDC0
FBA_CMD6
FBA_CMD20
FBA_CMD24
FBA_CMD0
FBA_CMD25
FBA_CMD16
FBA_CMD17
FBA_CMD5
FBA_CMD10
FBA_CMD29
FBA_CMD[31:0]
FBA_CMD23
FBA_CMD1
FBA_CMD22
CMD
Zo=45 ohm
L<2.7"(540ps)
FBB_D35
C240
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
FBB_D4
FBB_D31
FBB_D27
R196 10K_04
FBB_D23
FBB_D0
FBB_D19
FBA_DBI[ 3:0]
FBB_D15
CMD
Zo=45 ohm
L<2.7"(540ps)
FBB_EDC[ 7:4]
FBB_D BI[7: 4]
FBB_D11
FB_CAL_PD_VDDQ
FB_CAL_PU_GND
FB_CAL_TERM_GND
PLACE CLOSE BGA
R193 10K_04
N13P-GL default NC
N13E-GE/N13P-GT 10K PL
C197
0.1u _10V_X7R_04
FBB_D54
FBB_D50
FBB_D58
FBB_D7
FBB_D62
PLACE UNDER BGA
PLACE CLOSE BGA
FBA_D1
FBA_D3
FBA_D4
FBA_D0
FBA_D2
FBA_D5
FBA_D6
FBA_CMD31
3/19 F BB
COMMON
BGA _0908 _P08 0_P085 _P10 0_29 0X290
U16C
N13E-GE QS
B23
FBB_ DQ S_R N7
A30
FBB_ DQ S_R N6
D28
FBB_ DQ S_R N5
D22
FBB_ DQ S_R N4
A9
FBB_ DQ S_R N3
B2
FBB_ DQ S_R N2
E4
FBB_ DQ S_R N1
D9
FBB_ DQ S_R N0
A23
FBB_ DQ S_WP7
B30
FBB_ DQ S_WP6
E28
FBB_ DQ S_WP5
E23
FBB_ DQ S_WP4
B9
FBB_ DQ S_WP3
C3
FBB_ DQ S_WP2
D5
FBB_ DQ S_WP1
D10
FBB_ DQ S_WP0
A24
FBB_DQM7
C30
FBB_DQM6
F27
FBB_DQM5
F23
FBB_DQM4
C9
FBB_DQM3
A3
FBB_DQM2
E3
FBB_DQM1
E11
FBB_DQM0
C26
FBB_D63
B26
FBB_D62
C24
FBB_D61
B24
FBB_D60
C21
FBB_D59
A21
FBB_D58
C23
FBB_D57
B21
FBB_D56
B29
FBB_D55
C29
FBB_D54
A29
FBB_D53
D29
FBB_D52
B32
FBB_D51
C32
FBB_D50
C31
FBB_D49
A32
FBB_D48
D30
FBB_D47
E30
FBB_D46
F29
FBB_D45
E29
FBB_D44
E27
FBB_D43
G26
FBB_D42
D27
FBB_D41
G27
FBB_D40
F21
FBB_D39
G21
FBB_D38
E21
FBB_D37
D21
FBB_D36
G24
FBB_D35
E24
FBB_D34
G23
FBB_D33
F24
FBB_D32
B8
FBB_D31
C8
FBB_D30
A8
FBB_D29
D8
FBB_D28
B11
FBB_D27
D11
FBB_D26
C11
FBB_D25
A11
FBB_D24
C5
FBB_D23
B5
FBB_D22
C4
FBB_D21
B3
FBB_D20
C1
FBB_D19
D3
FBB_D18
D4
FBB_D17
C2
FBB_D16
F3
FBB_D15
E2
FBB_D14
G4
FBB_D13
F4
FBB_D12
F6
FBB_D11
E6
FBB_D10
F5
FBB_D9
G6
FBB_D8
G12
FBB_D7
F12
FBB_D6
G11
FBB_D5
F11
FBB_D4
F9
FBB_D3
G8
FBB_D2
E9
FBB_D1
G9
FBB_D0
H17
FBB_PLL_AVDD
A27
FBB_WCKB67
A26
FBB_WCKB67
E26
FBB_WCKB45
F26
FBB_WCKB45
B6
FBB_WCKB23
C6
FBB_WCKB23
D7
FBB_WCKB01
D6
FBB_WCKB01
C27
FBB_WCK67
B27
FBB_WCK67
D25
FBB_WCK45
D24
FBB_WCK45
A6
FBB_WCK23
A5
FBB_WCK23
E8
FBB_WCK01
F8
FBB_WCK01
F20
FBB_CLK1
E20
FBB_CLK1
E12
FBB_CLK0
D12
FBB_CLK0
G20
FBB_DEBUG1
G14
FBB_DEBUG0
C20
FBB_CMD_RFU1
C12
FBB_CMD_RFU0
E17
FBB_CMD31
B17
FBB_CMD30
A17
FBB_CMD29
D17
FBB_CMD28
A18
FBB_CMD27
D16
FBB_CMD26
F17
FBB_CMD25
G17
FBB_CMD24
G18
FBB_CMD23
B18
FBB_CMD22
C18
FBB_CMD21
B20
FBB_CMD20
A20
FBB_CMD19
F18
FBB_CMD18
E18
FBB_CMD17
D18
FBB_CMD16
C17
FBB_CMD15
B15
FBB_CMD14
A15
FBB_CMD13
D14
FBB_CMD12
A14
FBB_CMD11
D15
FBB_CMD10
E15
FBB_CMD9
F15
FBB_CMD8
G15
FBB_CMD7
B14
FBB_CMD6
C14
FBB_CMD5
B12
FBB_CMD4
A12
FBB_CMD3
F14
FBB_CMD2
E14
FBB_CMD1
D13
FBB_CMD0
FBB_CMD13
FBB_CMD29
FBB_RST_L
FBB_RST_H
R99 *60.4_04
C159
10u _6. 3V_X5R_06
C227
4.7u_ 6. 3V_X5R _06
C140
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
FBA_EDC[ 7:4]
CMD
Zo=45 ohm
L<2.7"(540ps)
FBA_DPLLAVDD
FBB_EDC[ 3:0]
2/19 FBA
COMMON
BGA_ 0908 _P08 0_P085_P10 0_290 X290
U16B
N13E-GE QS
H26
FB_VREF
AF32
FBA_DQS_RN7
AM34
FBA_DQS_RN6
AK31
FBA_DQS_RN5
AF30
FBA_DQS_RN4
M34
FBA_DQS_RN3
E34
FBA_DQS_RN2
H30
FBA_DQS_RN1
M30
FBA_DQS_RN0
AF33
FBA_DQS_WP7
AN33
FBA_DQS_WP6
AK30
FBA_DQS_WP5
AE31
FBA_DQS_WP4
M33
FBA_DQS_WP3
E33
FBA_DQS_WP2
G31
FBA_DQS_WP1
M31
FBA_DQS_WP0
AF34
FBA_DQM7
AM32
FBA_DQM6
AL29
FBA_DQM5
AD31
FBA_DQM4
M32
FBA_DQM3
F34
FBA_DQM2
F31
FBA_DQM1
P30
FBA_DQM0
AG33
FBA_D63
AG32
FBA_D62
AG34
FBA_D61
AF31
FBA_D60
AD33
FBA_D59
AC30
FBA_D58
AD32
FBA_D57
AD34
FBA_D56
AK32
FBA_D55
AK33
FBA_D54
AL31
FBA_D53
AM33
FBA_D52
AP32
FBA_D51
AP30
FBA_D50
AN32
FBA_D49
AN31
FBA_D48
AM30
FBA_D47
AN29
FBA_D46
AM31
FBA_D45
AM29
FBA_D44
AK28
FBA_D43
AJ30
FBA_D42
AK29
FBA_D41
AJ29
FBA_D40
AD28
FBA_D39
AC29
FBA_D38
AD29
FBA_D37
AD30
FBA_D36
AF28
FBA_D35
AG29
FBA_D34
AF29
FBA_D33
AG28
FBA_D32
L33
FBA_D31
L32
FBA_D30
L34
FBA_D29
L31
FBA_D28
P33
FBA_D27
P31
FBA_D26
P32
FBA_D25
P34
FBA_D24
H32
FBA_D23
H33
FBA_D22
F32
FBA_D21
F33
FBA_D20
C33
FBA_D19
B33
FBA_D18
D32
FBA_D17
C34
FBA_D16
F30
FBA_D15
E32
FBA_D14
E31
FBA_D13
G29
FBA_D12
H28
FBA_D11
J29
FBA_D10
H29
FBA_D9
J28
FBA_D8
P28
FBA_D7
R29
FBA_D6
P29
FBA_D5
N31
FBA_D4
M28
FBA_D3
L29
FBA_D2
M29
FBA_D1
L28
FBA_D0
U27
FBA_ PLL_A VDD
AJ33
FBA_WCKB67
AJ32
FBA_WCKB67
AJ31
FBA_WCKB45
AH31
FBA_WCKB45
J33
FBA_WCKB23
J32
FBA_WCKB23
J31
FBA_WCKB01
J30
FBA_WCKB01
AK3 4
FBA_ WC K67
AJ 34
FBA_ WC K67
AG3 1
FBA_ WC K45
AG3 0
FBA_ WC K45
J34
FBA_ WC K23
H34
FBA_ WC K23
L30
FBA_ WC K01
K31
FBA_ WC K01
AC 31
FBA_CLK1
AB3 1
FBA_CLK1
R31
FBA_CLK0
R30
FBA_CLK0
AC 28
FBA_DEBUG1
R28
FBA_DEBUG0
AC 32
FBA_CMD_RFU1
R32
FBA_CMD_RFU0
V31
FBA_CMD31
Y33
FBA_CMD30
Y34
FBA_CMD29
Y31
FBA_CMD28
AA3 4
FBA_CMD27
Y30
FBA_CMD26
W31
FBA_CMD25
Y29
FBA_CMD24
Y28
FBA_CMD23
AA3 3
FBA_CMD22
AA3 2
FBA_CMD21
AC 33
FBA_CMD20
AC 34
FBA_CMD19
AA2 8
FBA_CMD18
AA2 9
FBA_CMD17
AA3 1
FBA_CMD16
Y32
FBA_CMD15
V33
FBA_CMD14
V34
FBA_CMD13
U31
FBA_CMD12
U34
FBA_CMD11
V30
FBA_CMD10
V29
FBA_CMD9
V28
FBA_CMD8
U28
FBA_CMD7
U33
FBA_CMD6
U32
FBA_CMD5
R33
FBA_CMD4
R34
FBA_CMD3
U29
FBA_CMD2
T31
FBA_CMD1
U30
FBA_CMD0
K27
FB_D LL_A VDD
E1
FB_CLAMP
C204
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
FBA_CMD14
FBA_CMD30
C189
4.7u_ 6. 3V_X5R _06
R92 40.2_1%_04
15/19 FBV DDQ
U16D
BGA_0 908 _P080_ P085 _P1 00_29 0X290
COMMON
N13E-GE QS
Y27
FBVDDQ
W33
FBVDDQ
W30
FBVDDQ
W27
FBVDDQ
V27
FBVDDQ
T33
FBVDDQ
T30
FBVDDQ
T27
FBVDDQ
R27
FBVDDQ
P27
FBVDDQ
N27
FBVDDQ
M27
FBVDDQ
L27
FBVDDQ
H9
FBVDDQ
H8
FBVDDQ
H24
FBVDDQ
H23
FBVDDQ
H22
FBVDDQ
H21
FBVDDQ
H20
FBVDDQ
H19
FBVDDQ
H18
FBVDDQ
H16
FBVDDQ
H15
FBVDDQ
H14
FBVDDQ
H13
FBVDDQ
H12
FBVDDQ
H11
FBVDDQ
H10
FBVDDQ
E19
FBVDDQ
E16
FBVDDQ
E13
FBVDDQ
B19
FBVDDQ
B16
FBVDDQ
B13
FBVDDQ
AG27
FBVDDQ
AF27
FBVDDQ
AE27
FBVDDQ
AD27
FBVDDQ
AC27
FBVDDQ
AB33
FBVDDQ
AB27
FBVDDQ
AA30
FBVDDQ
AA27
FBVDDQ
H25
FB_CALTERM_GND
H27
FB_CAL_PU_GN D
J27
FB_CAL_PD_VDDQ