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W370ST

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Notebook Computer

W370ST

Service Manual

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Notice
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Version 1.0
May 2013

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 W370ST se-
ries notebook PC.

The following information is included:

Chapter 1, Introduction, provides general information about the location of system elements and their specifications.
Chapter 2, Disassembly, provides step-by-step instructions for disassembling parts and subsystems and how to upgrade
elements of the system.

Appendix A, Part Lists

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Appendix B, Schematic Diagrams

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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 19.5V, 6.15A (120W) minimum.
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This Computers 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. Dont drop it, or expose it to shock. If the computer falls, the case and the components could be damaged.
Do not expose the computer Do not place it on an unstable Do not place anything heavy
to any shock or vibration. surface. on the computer.

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

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

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

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

Use only approved brands of Unplug the power cord before


peripherals. attaching peripheral devices.

Power Safety
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The computer has specific power requirements:


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

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

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

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


Battery Disposal
The product that you have purchased contains a rechargeable battery. The battery is recyclable. At the end of its useful life, under var-
ious state and local laws, it may be illegal to dispose of this battery into the municipal waste stream. Check with your local solid waste
officials for details in your area for recycling options or proper disposal.

Caution
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
Discard used battery according to the manufacturers instructions.

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

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

Users Manual on CD
This describes the notebook PCs features and the procedures for operating the computer and its ROM-based setup pro-
gram. It also describes the installation and operation of the utility programs provided with the notebook PC.
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Contents
Introduction ..............................................1-1 2nd HDD ........................................................................................ A-7
DVD ............................................................................................... A-8
Overview .........................................................................................1-1 COMBO ......................................................................................... A-9
System Specifications .....................................................................1-2
External Locator - Front View with LCD Panel Open ....................1-4 Schematic Diagrams................................. B-1
External Locator - Front & Right side Views .................................1-5 System Block Diagram ...................................................................B-2
External Locator - Left Side & Rear View .....................................1-6 Haswell 1/7 ....................................................................................B-3
External Locator - Bottom View .....................................................1-7 Haswell 2/7 .....................................................................................B-4
Mainboard Overview - Top (Key Parts) .........................................1-8 Haswell 3/7 .....................................................................................B-5
Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Key Parts) ....................................1-9 Haswell 4/7 .....................................................................................B-6
Mainboard Overview - Top (Connectors) .....................................1-10 Haswell 5/7 .....................................................................................B-7
Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Connectors) ...............................1-11 Haswell 6/7 .....................................................................................B-8
Disassembly ...............................................2-1 Haswell 7/7 ....................................................................................B-9

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DDR3 SO-DIMM A_0 .................................................................B-10
Overview .........................................................................................2-1 DDR3 SO-DIMM B_0 .................................................................B-11
Maintenance Tools ..........................................................................2-2 DDR3 SO-DIMM A_1 .................................................................B-12
Connections .....................................................................................2-2 PS8625 ..........................................................................................B-13
Maintenance Precautions .................................................................2-3 Panel, Inverter, CRT .....................................................................B-14
Disassembly Steps ...........................................................................2-4 VGA PCI-E Interface ....................................................................B-15
Removing the Battery ......................................................................2-5
VGA Frame Buffer Interface ........................................................B-16
Removing the Optical (CD/DVD) Device ......................................2-6 VGA Frame Buffer A ...................................................................B-17
Removing the Hard Disk Drive .......................................................2-7 VGA Frame Buffer A ...................................................................B-18
Removing and Installing the Processor .........................................2-11
VGA Frame Buffer B ...................................................................B-19
Removing the Keyboard ................................................................2-14 VGA Frame Buffer B ...................................................................B-20
Removing the Primary System Memory (RAM) ..........................2-15
VGA I/O .......................................................................................B-21
Part Lists ..................................................A-1 VGA NVDD Decoupling ..............................................................B-22
Part List Illustration Location ........................................................ A-2 Lynx 1/9 ........................................................................................B-23
Top ................................................................................................. A-3 Lynx 2/9 ........................................................................................B-24
Bottom ............................................................................................ A-4 Lynx 3/9 ........................................................................................B-25
LCD ................................................................................................ A-5 Lynx 4/9 ........................................................................................B-26
HDD ............................................................................................... A-6 Lynx 5/9 ........................................................................................B-27

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Lynx 6/9 ....................................................................................... B-28


Lynx 7/9 ....................................................................................... B-29
Lynx 8/9 ....................................................................................... B-30
Lynx 9/9 ....................................................................................... B-31
Mini PCIE, Fan, Audio Con ......................................................... B-32
USB Charge, CCD, TPM, Multi-Con .......................................... B-33
ESATA/USB3.0 Connector ......................................................... B-34
Card Reader / LAN RTL8411 ...................................................... B-35
SATA HDD, VLED CON, LID SW ............................................ B-36
HDMI, RJ45 ................................................................................. B-37
Audio Codec VT1802S ................................................................ B-38
KBC ITE IT8587 .......................................................................... B-39
5V, 5VS, 3.3V, 3VS, 3.3VM ....................................................... B-40
VDD3, VDD5 ............................................................................... B-41
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1.5V or 1.35V / 0.75VS, 1.5VS ................................................... B-42


1.05VS, 1.05V_M, 1.05V_LAN_M ............................................. B-43
Power V-Core ............................................................................... B-44
VGA NVVDD, PEX_VDD .......................................................... B-45
FBVDDQ ..................................................................................... B-46
AC-In, Charger ............................................................................. B-47
W370/350STQ Audio Board ........................................................ B-48
W370/350STQ Power LED Board ............................................... B-49
W370/350STQ Click Board ......................................................... B-50
W370ST Power Switch Board ..................................................... B-51
W350STQ Power Switch Board .................................................. B-52
W370ST LID / VGA LED Board ................................................ B-53
W350STQ LID / VGA LED Board .............................................. B-54
W350STQ VGA / WLAN SW Board .......................................... B-55
POWER ON SEQUENCE ........................................................... B-56
Updating the FLASH ROM BIOS......... C-1

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Introduction

Chapter 1: Introduction
Overview
This manual covers the information you need to service or upgrade the W370ST series notebook computer. Information
about operating the computer (e.g. getting started, and the Setup utility) is in the Users Manual. Information about driv-
ers (e.g. VGA & audio) is also found in Users Manual. That manual is shipped with the computer.

Operating systems (e.g. Windows 8, 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 W370ST series notebook is designed to be upgradeable. See Disassembly on page 2 - 1 for a detailed description of

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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 computers technical specifications and features.

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Introduction

System Specifications
Security Interface
Processor Options
BIOS Password One USB 2.0 Port
Intel Core i7 Processor
Security (Kensington Type) Lock Slot Three USB 3.0 Ports
i7-4900MQ (2.80GHz)
(Factory Option) Fingerprint Reader (Model A One eSATA Port (USB 3.0 Port Combined)
8MB L3 Cache, 22nm, DDR3L-1600MHz, TDP Only) One HDMI-Out Port
47W
Audio One Headphone-Out Jack
i7-4800MQ (2.70GHz), i7-4700MQ (2.40GHz)
High Definition Audio Compliant Interface One Microphone-In Jack
6MB L3 Cache, 22nm, DDR3L-1600MHz, TDP
47W Sound Blaster Cinema One S/PDIF Out Jack
2 * Built-In Speakers One RJ-45 LAN Jack
Core Logic
Built-In Microphone One External Monitor Port
Intel HM87 Chipset One DC-in Jack
Memory
BIOS Keyboard
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Three 204 Pin SO-DIMM Sockets Supporting


One 48Mb SPI Flash ROM Full-size WinKey keyboard (with numeric key-
DDR3L 1600MHz Memory
AMI BIOS pad)
Memory Expandable up to 24GB
LCD Pointing Device
(The real memory operating frequency depends
17.3" (43.94cm) HD+/ FHD on the FSB of the pro Built-in Touchpad (scrolling key functionality inte-
Video Adapter cessor.) grated

Intel Integrated GPU and NVIDIA Discrete Card Reader


Note: Three SO-DIMMs are only supported by
GPU Quad-Core CPUs; Dual-Core CPUs support two Embedded Multi-in-1 Push-Push Card Reader
Supports NVIDIA Optimus Technology SO-DIMMs maximum MMC (MultiMedia Card) / RS MMC
Storage SD (Secure Digital) / Mini SD / SDHC/ SDXC
Intel Integrated GPU (GPU is Dependent on MS (Memory Stick) / MS Pro / MS Duo
Processor) (Factory Option) One Changeable 12.7mm(h)
Optical Device Type Drive (Super Multi Drive
Intel HD Graphics 4600
Module or Blu-Ray Combo Drive Module)
Dynamic Frequency (Intel Dynamic Video Mem-
(Factory Option) Two Changeable 2.5" (6cm)
ory Technology for up to 1.7GB)
9.5mm (h) SATA (Serial) Hard Disk Drives/Solid
Microsoft DirectX11 Compatible State Drives (SSD) supporting RAID level 0/1
NVIDIA Discrete GPU (Factory Option) One mSATA Solid State Drive
(SSD)
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 765M
2GB GDDR5 Video RAM
Microsoft DirectX11.1 Compatible

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Introduction

Communication
Built-In Gigabit Ethernet LAN
(Factory Option) 2M HD PC Camera Module

WLAN/ Bluetooth Half Mini-Card Modules:


(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
Mini Card Slots

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Slot 1 for WLAN Module or WLAN and Blue-
tooth Combo Module
Slot 2 for mSATA SSD
Environmental Spec
Temperature
Operating: 5C - 35C
Non-Operating: -20C - 60C
Relative Humidity
Operating: 20% - 80%
Non-Operating: 10% - 90%
Power
Full Range AC/DC Adapter
AC Input: 100 - 240V, 50 - 60Hz
DC Output: 19.5V, 6.15A (120W)
8 Cell Smart Lithium-Ion Battery Pack, 76.96WH
Dimensions & Weight
413mm (w) * 277.5mm (d) * 17.5 - 44mm (h)
3.2kg with ODD & 76.96WH Battery

System Specifications 1 - 3
Introduction

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

1. Built-In PC Camera
(Optional)
2 1
2. PC Camera LED
3. LCD
4. Power Button
5. GPU Button
6. Speakers
7. Top Case LED
Indicators 3
8. Hot Key Buttons
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9. Keyboard
10. Built-In Microphone
11. Touchpad & Buttons

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8 7
9

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


Introduction

External Locator - Front & Right side Views Figure 2


Front Views
1. LED Indicators

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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
1 2 2 3 4 5. RJ-45 LAN Jack
5

External Locator - Front & Right side Views 1 - 5


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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 1
Hole 2 3 4 5 6
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Figure 5
Rear View
1. External Monitor Port
2. DC-In Jack
3. Vent
1 2 3

1 - 6 External Locator - Left Side & Rear View


Introduction

External Locator - Bottom View


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

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3
4


Overheating

To prevent your com-


puter from overheating
make sure nothing
blocks the vent/fan in-
takes while the com-
puter is in use.

External Locator - Bottom View 1 - 7


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Figure 7 Mainboard Overview - Top (Key Parts)


Mainboard Top
Key Parts

1. Memory Slots DDR3L


So-DIMM
2. CMOS Battery
3. Mini-Card Connector
(3G Module)
4. Mini-Card Connector
(WLAN Module)
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1 - 8 Mainboard Overview - Top (Key Parts)


Introduction

Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Key Parts) Figure 8


Mainboard Bottom
Key Parts

1. PantherPoint
Controller
2. CPU Socket
3. Memory Slots
DDR3L So-DIMM
4. NV Graphic
5. KBC

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1 2

3 5

Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Key Parts) 1 - 9


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Figure 9 Mainboard Overview - Top (Connectors)


Mainboard Top
Connectors

1. Audio Cable
Connector
2. Power Switch Cable
Connector
3. ODD Cable Connector
4. Keyboard Cable 8
Connector
5. Click Board Cable
Connector 9
6. VGA SW Cable 7
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Connector
7. Speaker Cable 6 10
Connector
8. RJ-45 LAN Jack
9. HDMI-Out Port 11
10. eSATA Connector
11. USB 3.0 Ports
1 11
12. Multi-in-1 Card Reader 2
4
5
3 12

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Introduction

Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Connectors) Figure 10


Mainboard Bottom
Connectors

1. HDD2 Connector
2. External Monitor
Port
2 3. DC-In Jack
1 3
4. Fan Cable
Connector
5. CCD Cable
Connector
6. HDD1 Connector
7. Battery Connector

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8. LCD Cable
Connector

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5 4

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Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Connectors) 1 - 11


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Disassembly

Chapter 2: Disassembly
Overview
This chapter provides step-by-step instructions for disassembling the W370ST series notebooks parts and subsystems.
When it comes to reassembly, reverse the procedures (unless otherwise indicated).

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

Procedures such as upgrading/replacing the RAM, optical device and hard disk are included in the Users Manual but are
repeated here for your convenience.

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To make the disassembly process easier each section may have a box in the page margin. Information contained under
the figure # will give a synopsis of the sequence of procedures involved in the disassembly procedure. A box with a
lists the relevant parts you will have after the disassembly process is complete. Note: The parts listed will be for the dis-
Information
assembly procedure listed ONLY, and not any previous disassembly step(s) required. Refer to the part list for the previ-
ous disassembly procedure. The amount of screws you should be left with will be listed here also.

A box with a will also provide any possible helpful information. A box with a contains warnings.

An example of these types of boxes are shown in the sidebar.


Warning

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Disassembly

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

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

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

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

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Disassembly

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

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

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

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Disassembly

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

To remove the Battery:


1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
To remove the Optical Device:
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
2. Remove the Optical device page 2 - 6
To remove the HDD:
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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 - 11
3. Install the Processor page 2 - 13
To remove the Keyboard:
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
2. Remove the System Memory page 2 - 14
To remove the System Memory:
1. Remove the battery page 2 - 5
2. Remove the System Memory page 2 - 15

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Disassembly

Removing the Battery Figure 1


Battery Removal
If you are confident in undertaking upgrade procedures yourself, for safety reasons it is best to remove the battery.
a. Slide the latch 1 in the
1. Turn the computer off, and turn it over. direction of the arrow.
2. Slide the latch 1 in the direction of the arrow. and slide the latch 2 in
3. Slide the latch 2 in the direction of the arrow and battery will pop-up. the direction of the arrow
4. Lift the battery 3 up (Figure b) and out of the battery bay. and battery will pop-up.
b. Lift the battery out of the
bay as indicated.

a.

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2

b.

3

3. Battery

Removing the Battery 2 - 5


Disassembly

Figure 2 Removing the Optical (CD/DVD) Device


Optical Device
1. Turn off the computer, and turn it over and remove the battery (page 2 - 5) and remove the component bay cover
Removal
(page 2 - 5).
2. Remove the screw 1 , and use a screwdriver to carefully push out the optical device 3 at point 2 .
a. Remove the screw and
push the optical device 3. Reverse the process to install the new device.
out of the computer.
a.

2 2
3

1
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3. Optical Device

1 Screw

2 - 6 Removing the Optical (CD/DVD) Device


Disassembly

Removing the Hard Disk Drive Figure 3


The hard disk drive is mounted in a removable case and can be taken out to accommodate other 2.5" SATA hard disk HDD Assembly
drives with a height of 9.5mm or 7mm (h). Follow your operating systems installation instructions, and install all nec- Removal
essary drivers and utilities (as outlined in Chapter 4 of the Users Manual) when setting up a new hard disk.
a. Remove the screws.
Hard Disk Upgrade Process b. Remove the cover

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 1 .
3. Slide the cover at point 2 in the direction of the arrow (as illustrated) until the case markers line up.
4. Remove the bay cover 3 .
a. b.

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3. Hard Disk Bay Cov-
er
HDD Insulation Plates

Note that the HDD insulation plates for the primary and secondary hard disks, though 3
similar in outward appearance, are NOT interchangeable. The plates are clearly
1 Screws
marked 1ST HDD & 2nd HDD.
Make sure you use the appropriate insulation plate for the HDD as the sizes are slightly
different

Removing the Hard Disk Drive 2 - 7


Disassembly

5. Lift the hard disk assembly 4 out of the computer (Figure 4c).
Figure 4 6. Remove screws 5 - 6 .
HDD Assembly 7. Separate the hard disk 7 and hard disk mylar 8 .
Removal (contd.) 8. Reverse the process to install a new hard disk(s).

c. Lift the hard disk assem- c. d.


bly out off the computer.
d. Remove the screws to 6
release the hard disk
from the mylar. 8
2.Disassembly

5
7


7. Hard Disks 4
8. Hard Disk Mylar

2 Screws

2 - 8 Removing the Hard Disk Drive


Disassembly

Hard Disk Size Note (Foam Rubber Insert)


Note that the hard disks pictured on the following pages are all 9.5mm(H) hard disk drives. In some cases 7mm(H) hard
disk drives will be installed. For more information contact your distributor/supplier, and bear in mind your warranty
terms.

Figure 5
Foam Rubber
Insert for 7mm(H)

2.Disassembly
HDDs

If you are replacing a 9.5mm(H) HDD with a


7mm(H) HDD then insert the foam rubber
insert (as shown above).

If you are replacing a 7mm(H) HDD with a


9.5mm(H) HDD then remove the foam rub-
ber insert.

Removing the Hard Disk Drive 2 - 9


Disassembly

Removing the Hard Disk(s) in the Secondary HDD Bay


Figure 6
Secondary HDD 1. Turn off the computer, and turn it over and remove the battery.
Assembly Removal 2. Locate the component bay cover and remove screws 1 - 3 and the cover.
3. The hard disk will be visible at point 4 on the mainboard (Figure 6b).
a. Remove the screws and 4. Remove screws 5 - 6 (Figure 6c).
cover. 5. Grip the tab and slide the hard disk in the direction of arrow 7 (Figure 6d).
b. Locate the hard disk. 6. Lift the hard disk assembly 8 out of the compartment (Figure 6e).
c. Remove the screws. 7. Remove the screws 9 - 10 to release the hard disk(s) 11 and hard disk mylar 12 from the case 13 .
d. Slide the HDD out.
8. Reverse the process to install any new hard disk(s).
e. Lift the hard disk assem-
bly out off the computer.
f. Remove the screws and
a. b.
separate the HDD(s)
2.Disassembly

from case. 1
2
3 4

c. d. e. f.

7
12
6 8 c.
11. Hard Disks
12. Hard Disk Mylar 5
13. Hard Disk Case 11
9
5 Screws

10 13

2 - 10 Removing the Hard Disk Drive


Disassembly

Removing and Installing the Processor Figure 7


Processor Removal Procedure Processor Removal
1. Turn off the computer, and turn it over, remove the battery (page 2 - 5), and component bay cover (page 2 - 10). a. Locate the heat sink.
2. The CPU heat sink will be visible at point A on the mainboard (Figure 7a). b. Remove the screws.
3. Remove screws 7 , 6 , 5 , 4 , 3 , 2 & 1 , the reverse order indicated on the label (Figure 7b). c. Grip the heat sink tab and
4. Carefully lift the heat sink 9 up straight (do not angle it as you lift it) about a centimeter in order to clear the fan carefully lift the heat sink
unit, and then angle it around 45 to remove it from the computer (Figure 7c). up and off the computer.

a. c.

2.Disassembly
9

Caution
45 The heat sink, and
b. CPU area in general,
contains parts which
are subject to high
2 1 5 temperatures. Allow
the area time to cool
8
8 before removing these
9 parts.
4
3 7 6


9. CPU Heat Sink

7 Screws

Removing and Installing the Processor 2 - 11


Disassembly

5. Turn the release latch 10 towards the unlock symbol to release the CPU (Figure 8d).
Figure 8 6. Carefully (it may be hot) lift the CPU 11 up and out of the socket (Figure 8e).
Processor Removal 7. Reverse the process to install a new CPU.
(contd) 8. When re-inserting the CPU, pay careful attention to the pin alignment, it will fit only one way (DO NOT FORCE IT!).
d. Turn the release latch to
unlock the CPU.
d.
e. Lift the CPU out of the
socket.
2.Disassembly

10
10

Unlock Lock

e.


Caution
11 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.


11. CPU

2 - 12 Removing and Installing the Processor


Disassembly

Processor Installation Procedure Figure 9


1. Insert the CPU A (Figure 9a), pay careful attention to the pin alignment, it will fit only one way (DO NOT FORCE Processor
IT!), and turn the release latch B towards the lock symbol (Figure 9b). Installation
2. Insert the heat sink C at an angle of around 30 as indicated in Figure 9c.
3. Tighten the CPU heat sink screws in the order 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 & 7 (the order as indicated on the label a. Insert the CPU.
and Figure 9d). b. Turn the release latch to-
wards the lock symbol.
4. Replace the component bay cover.
c. Insert the heat sink.
d. Tighten the screws.
a. c.

2.Disassembly
c
45

b. d.

2 1 5

4
3 7 6

B A. CPU
D. Heat Sink

Note:
7 Screws
Tighten the screws in the order
as indicated on the label.

Removing and Installing the Processor 2 - 13


Disassembly

Figure 10 Removing the Keyboard


Keyboard Removal
1. Turn off the computer, and turn it over and remove the battery (page 2 - 5), and component bay cover (page 2 -
a. Use a screwdriver to
10).
carefully push out the 2. Use a screwdriver to carefully push out the speakers cover 2 at point 1 .
speakers cover at 3. Turn the computer over, unsnap the speaker cover 2 upwards from the center of the computer (Figure 10b).
point 1 . 4. Remove screws 3 - 7 from the keyboard (Figure 10c).
b. Turn the computer 5. Carefully lift the keyboard 8 up, being careful not to bend the keyboard ribbon cable 9 . Disconnect the key-
over, unsnap the LED
board ribbon cable 9 from the locking collar socket 10 by using a flat-head screwdriver to pry the locking collar
cover module upwards
from the center of the pins away from the base (Figure 10d).
computer. 6. Carefully lift up the keyboard 8 (Figure 10e) off the computer.
c. Remove screws from
a. d.
the keyboard.
2.Disassembly

d. Carefully lift the key-


board up and discon- 1 8
nect the keyboard
ribbon cable from the
locking collar socket by
using a flat-head 9
screwdriver to pry the
locking collar pins b. 10
away from the base.
e. Remove the keyboard. e.
2


Re-Inserting the
Keyboard
c. 3 4 5 6 7
When re-inserting the
keyboard firstly align the
8
four keyboard tabs at
the bottom (Figure 10e)
2. Speaker Cover
at the bottom of the key-
8. Keyboard
board with the slots in
the case.
5 Screws
2
Keyboard Tabs

2 - 14 Removing the Keyboard


Disassembly

Removing the Primary System Memory (RAM) Figure 11


Primary RAM
The computer has three memory sockets for 204 pin Small Outline Dual In-line (SO-DIMM) DDR III (DDR3L) type mem-
Module Removal
ory 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- a. The RAM modules will
be visible at point 1
mum. on the mainboard.
b. Pull the release lat-
Two primary memory sockets are located under component bay cover (the bottom case cover), and one secondary
ches.
memory sockets are located under the keyboard (not user upgradable). If you are installing only two RAM modules c. Remove the module.
then they should be installed 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

2.Disassembly
(page 2 - 10).
2. The RAM modules will be visible at point 1 on the mainboard.
3. Gently pull the two release latches ( 2 & 3 ) on the sides of the memory socket in the direction indicated by the Contact Warning
arrows (Figure 11b). The RAM module 4 will pop-up (Figure 11c), and you can then remove it.
Be careful not to touch
4. Pull the latches to release the second module if necessary.
the metal pins on the
modules connecting
edge. Even the cleanest
a. b. c. hands have oils which
2 can attract particles, and
degrade the modules
performance.

3

4. RAM Module

Removing the Primary System Memory (RAM) 2 - 15


Disassembly

Figure 12 Memory (under Keyboard) Upgrade Process


RAM Module 5. Turn off the computer, turn it over and remove the battery (page 2 - 5), component bay cover (page 2 - 10) and
(under keyboard) keyboard (page 2 - 14).
Removal 6. The memory sockets will be visible at point 5 (Figure 12d).
7. Gently pull the two release latches ( 6 & 7 ) on the sides of the memory socket(s) in the direction indicated below.
d. The secondary RAM 8. The RAM module 4 will pop-up, and you can remove it (Figure 12f).
modules will be visible
at point 5 .
e. Pull the release lat- d. f.
ches.
f. Remove the module.

4
2.Disassembly

e.


Contact Warning
4
6 7 Be careful not to touch the metal pins on the modules connect-
ing edge. Even the cleanest hands have oils which can attract
particles, and degrade the modules performance.

9. Insert a new module holding it at about a 30 angle and fit the connectors firmly into the memory slot.
10. The modules 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.
4 RAM Module 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.

2 - 16 Removing the Primary System Memory (RAM)


Part Lists

Appendix A: Part Lists


This appendix breaks down the W370ST series notebooks construction into a series of illustrations. The component part
numbers are indicated in the tables opposite the drawings.

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

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

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

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

A - 1
Part 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

Top page A - 3

Bottom page A - 4

LCD page A - 5
A.Part Lists

HDD page A - 6

2nd HDD page A - 7

DVD page A - 8

COMBO page A - 9

A - 2 Part List Illustration Location


Part Lists

Top

Figure A - 1
Top

A.Part Lists
Top A - 3
Part Lists

Bottom

Figure A - 2
A.Part Lists

Bottom

A - 4 Bottom
Part Lists

LCD

Figure A - 3
LCD

A.Part Lists
LCD A - 5
Part Lists

HDD

Figure A - 4
A.Part Lists

HDD

A - 6 HDD
Part Lists

2nd HDD

Figure A - 5
2nd HDD

A.Part Lists
2nd HDD A - 7
Part Lists

DVD

Figure A - 6
A.Part Lists

DVD

A - 8 DVD
Part Lists

COMBO

Figure A - 7
COMBO

A.Part Lists
COMBO A - 9
Part Lists
A.Part Lists

A - 10
Schematic Diagrams

Appendix B: Schematic Diagrams


This appendix has circuit diagrams of the W370ST notebooks PCBs. The following table indicates where to find the
appropriate schematic diagram.

Diagram - Page Diagram - Page Diagram - Page


Table B - 1
System Block Diagram - Page B - 2 VGA NVDD Decoupling - Page B - 22 VDD3, VDD5 - Page B - 41 Schematic
Haswell 1/7 - Page B - 3 Lynx 1/9 - Page B - 23 1.5V or 1.35V / 0.75VS, 1.5VS - Page B - 42 Diagrams

B.Schematic Diagrams
Haswell 2/7 - Page B - 4 Lynx 2/9 - Page B - 24 1.05VS, 1.05V_M, 1.05V_LAN_M - Page B - 43

Haswell 3/7 - Page B - 5 Lynx 3/9 - Page B - 25 Power V-Core - Page B - 44

Haswell 4/7 - Page B - 6 Lynx 4/9 - Page B - 26

Haswell 5/7 - Page B - 7 Lynx 5/9 - Page B - 27 VGA NVVDD, PEX_VDD - Page B - 45

Haswell 6/7 - Page B - 8 Lynx 6/9 - Page B - 28 VGA NVVDD, PEX_VDD - Page B - 45

Haswell 7/7 - Page B - 9 Lynx 7/9 - Page B - 29 AC-In, Charger - Page B - 47

DDR3 SO-DIMM A_0 - Page B - 10 Lynx 8/9 - Page B - 30 W370/350STQ Audio Board - Page B - 48

DDR3 SO-DIMM B_0 - Page B - 11 Lynx 9/9 - Page B - 31 W370/350STQ Power LED Board - Page B - 49

DDR3 SO-DIMM A_1 - Page B - 12 Mini PCIE, Fan, Audio Con - Page B - 32 W370/350STQ Click Board - Page B - 50
Version Note
PS8625 - Page B - 13 USB Charge, CCD, TPM, Multi-Con - Page B - 33 W370ST Power Switch Board - Page B - 51
The schematic dia-
Panel, Inverter, CRT - Page B - 14 grams in this chapter
are based upon ver-
VGA PCI-E Interface - Page B - 15 ESATA/USB3.0 Connector - Page B - 34 W350STQ Power Switch Board - Page B - 52
sion 6-7P-W35S9-003.
VGA Frame Buffer Interface - Page B - 16 Card Reader / LAN RTL8411 - Page B - 35 W370ST LID / VGA LED Board - Page B - 53 If your mainboard (or
other boards) are a lat-
VGA Frame Buffer A - Page B - 17 SATA HDD, VLED CON, LID SW - Page B - 36 W350STQ LID / VGA LED Board - Page B - 54
er version, please
VGA Frame Buffer A - Page B - 18 HDMI, RJ45 - Page B - 37 W350STQ VGA / WLAN SW Board - Page B - 55 check with the Service
Center for updated di-
VGA Frame Buffer B - Page B - 19 Audio Codec VT1802S - Page B - 38 POWER ON SEQUENCE - Page B - 56 agrams (if required).
VGA Frame Buffer B - Page B - 20 KBC ITE IT8587 - Page B - 39

VGA I/O - Page B - 21 5V, 5VS, 3.3V, 3VS, 3.3VM - Page B - 40

B - 1
Schematic Diagrams

System Block Diagram


5 4 3 2 1

W3X0ST System Block Diagram


5V,3V,5VS,3VS,3.3VM
SHEET 39
PCIe*8 Haswell 3 vias <6"
2 vias <7" PS8625
D
1.05V_LAN_M,1.05V_M 2" ~ 6" PROCESSOR (EDP TO LVDS)
SHEET 42 SHEET 12
1.05VS Nvidia rPGA946B DDR3 /1.35
Fermi N14x 37.5x37.5mm 1067/1333/1600 MHz
VDD3,VDD5,FBVDDQ SHEET 2,3,4,5,6,7,8 DDRIII
SHEET 40 RAM SIZE2GB <4.7"
(128X64) DDR5 Power: 1.05V.1.5V, DDR3
3.3V,VCORE(VR12.5)
DDR 1.35V,1.5V,0.75VS N14E-GE GT 760M SO-DIMM
SHEET 9,10,11
1.5VS SHEET 41 SYSTEM SMBUS
B.Schematic Diagrams

908 Balls 0.1" ~ 13"


SHEET
VCORE 14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21 FDI*2 DMI*4
SHEET 43 3 vias 1" ~ 8" Power:1.5V or 1.35V
3 vias 2" ~ 8"
Sheet 1 of 55 N14E-GE NVDD,PEX VDD
SHEET 44
CRT CONNECTOR <15" AUDIO BOARD
SHEET 13 Lynx Point
System Block C
Controller 480 Mbps MIC HP
USB2.0 PORT2
<15" IN OUT
Diagram HDMI Connector
SHEET 36 Hub (PCH) USB2.0
3" ~ 14"
ELAN
6-49-W25A2-011 SHEET 46
TOUCH PAD
CLICK BOARD
SHEET 32
SPI
SHEET 38
TPM 2.0 FCBGA695 989 Ball
Optional
SHEET 32
20x20mm
32.768 KHz Azalia Codec
EC LPC SHEET 22,23,24,25,26,
VIA1802S
ITE 8587 27,28,29,30
SHEET 37
128pins LQFP 1.5" ~ 7" 33 MHz
14*14*1.6mm PCIe 8 port
SHEET 38
BIOS <14"
SPI SATA 6 port
SHEET 23 24 MHz AZALIA LINK
USB2.0 14 port
B INT. K/B EC SMBUS USB3.0 6 port(Update 4 to 6)
<10"
SHEET 38 100 MHz PCIe 5GT/s
THERMAL SMART SMART
SENSOR FAN BATTERY
AC-IN 32.768KHz
SHEET 2 SHEET 31 SHEET 45
Mini PCIE Mini PCIE REALTEK
SOCKET SOCKET
3G MSATA CARD WLAN RTL8411
480 Mbps 5 Gbps (USB8/SATA3) (USB10) CARD
SATA III 6Gb/s 2 vias <8" SHEET 31 SHEET 31 LAN READER 25
USB2.0 (Optional) MHz
SHEET 34
3" ~ 14" USB3.0 3" ~ 10"
CCD + Mic 7IN1
RJ-45
(USB5) SOCKET
SATA HDD SATA ODD SHEET 32 SHEET 36 SHEET 34
A USB3.0 PORT2 USB3.0 PORT3
SHEET 35
USB2.0 PORT1
SHEET 22
USB3.0 PORT1 SHEET 33 SHEET 33
eSATA !!!!!DMFWP!DP
SHEET 33 Title
[01]BLOCK DIAGRAM
Size Document Number
USB3.0+USB2.0+ESATA A3 6-7P-W35S9-003
Date: Monday, January 14, 2013 Sheet 1 of
5 4 3 2 1

B - 2 System Block Diagram


Schematic Diagrams

Haswell 1/7
5 4 3 2 1

Haswell rPGA Processor 1/7 ( DMI,PEG,FDI )

+VCCIOA_OUT
U15A Haswell rPGA EDS

E23 PEG_IRCOMP R79 24.9_1%_04


D CPU HOLD PEG_RCOMP M29
PEG_RXN_0 PEG_RX#0 14
D21 K28 PEG_RX#1 14
H10 H9 H6 H7 24 DMI_TXN0 C21 DMI_RXN_0 PEG_RXN_1 M31
24 DMI_TXN1 DMI_RXN_1 PEG_RXN_2 PEG_RX#2 14
H8_0D4_3 H8_0D4_3 H8_0D4_3 H8_0D4_3 B21 L30 PEG_RX#3 14
24 DMI_TXN2 A21 DMI_RXN_2 PEG_RXN_3 M33
24

24
24
DMI_TXN3

DMI_TXP0
DMI_TXP1
D20
C20
DMI_RXN_3

DMI_RXP_0
DMI_RXP_1
PEG_RXN_4
PEG_RXN_5
PEG_RXN_6
PEG_RXN_7
L32
M35
L34
PEG_RX#4
PEG_RX#5
PEG_RX#6
PEG_RX#7
14
14
14
14
Sheet 2 of 55
B20 E29
24 DMI_TXP2 A20 DMI_RXP_2 PEG_RXN_8 D28
Haswell 1/7

DMI
24 DMI_TXP3 DMI_RXP_3 PEG_RXN_9 E31
D18 PEG_RXN_10 D30
24 DMI_RXN0 DMI_TXN_0 PEG_RXN_11
C17 E35
24 DMI_RXN1 DMI_TXN_1 PEG_RXN_12
B17 D34
24 DMI_RXN2 DMI_TXN_2 PEG_RXN_13
A17 E33
24 DMI_RXN3 DMI_TXN_3 PEG_RXN_14 E32
D17 PEG_RXN_15 L29
24 DMI_RXP0 DMI_TXP_0 PEG_RXP_0 PEG_RX0 14
C18 L28

B.Schematic Diagrams
24 DMI_RXP1 DMI_TXP_1 PEG_RXP_1 PEG_RX1 14
B18 L31 PEG_RX2 14
24 DMI_RXP2 DMI_TXP_2 PEG_RXP_2
A18 K30 PEG_RX3 14
24 DMI_RXP3 DMI_TXP_3 PEG_RXP_3 L33 PEG_RX4 14
PEG_RXP_4

PEG
K32 PEG_RX5 14
PEG_RXP_5 L35
PEG_RXP_6 PEG_RX6 14
K34 PEG_RX7 14
PEG_RXP_7 F29
R308 0_04 H29 PEG_RXP_8 E28

FDI
24 FDI_CSYNC R309 0_04 J29 FDI_CSYNC PEG_RXP_9 F31
24 FDI_INT DISP_INT PEG_RXP_10 E30
C PEG_RXP_11 F35
PEG_RXP_12 E34
PEG_RXP_13 F33
PEG_RXP_14 D32
PEG_RXP_15 H35 PEG_TX#_0 C33 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
PEG_TXN_0 PEG_TX#0 14
H34 PEG_TX#_1 C38 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
PEG_TXN_1 PEG_TX#1 14
J33 PEG_TX#_2 C56 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
PEG_TXN_2 PEG_TX#2 14
H32 PEG_TX#_3 C58 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
PEG_TXN_3 PEG_TX#3 14
J31 PEG_TX#_4 C60 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
PEG_TXN_4 PEG_TX#4 14
G30 PEG_TX#_5 C77 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
PEG_TXN_5 PEG_TX#5 14
C33 PEG_TX#_6 C72 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
PEG_TXN_6 PEG_TX#6 14
B32 PEG_TX#_7 C74 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
PEG_TXN_7 PEG_TX#7 14
B31
PEG_TXN_8 A30
PEG_TXN_9 B29
PEG_TXN_10 A28
PEG_TXN_11 B27
PEG_TXN_12 A26
PEG_TXN_13 B25
PEG_TXN_14 A24
PEG_TXN_15 J35 PEG_TX_0 C32 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
PEG_TXP_0 PEG_TX0 14
G34 PEG_TX_1 C41 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
PEG_TXP_1 PEG_TX1 14
H33 PEG_TX_2 C45 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
PEG_TXP_2 PEG_TX2 14
G32 PEG_TX_3 C62 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
PEG_TXP_3 PEG_TX3 14
H31 PEG_TX_4 C64 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
PEG_TXP_4 PEG_TX4 14
H30 PEG_TX_5 C68 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
PEG_TXP_5 PEG_TX5 14
B33 PEG_TX_6 C73 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
PEG_TXP_6 PEG_TX6 14
A32 PEG_TX_7 C75 0.22u_10V_X5R_04
PEG_TXP_7 PEG_TX7 14
C31
B PEG_TXP_8 B30
PEG_TXP_9 C29
PEG_TXP_10 B28
PEG_TXP_11 C27
PEG_TXP_12 B26
PEG_TXP_13 C25
PEG_TXP_14 B24
PEG_TXP_15

1 OF 9

Analog Thermal Sensor 3.3V


3.3V
1
3
2

PTH1 PTH2
3.3V
2 *10K_1%_NTC_04 10K_1%_NTC_04
TH05-3H103FR TH05-3H103FR
Q23 P/N = 6-17-10320-731 P/N = 6-17-10320-731
1

1:2 (4mils:8mils)
A
2 1
VCC OUT THERM_VOLT 38

C636 3 C635 C771


GND R547 R286
*0.1u_10V_X5R_04 D03
!!!!!DMFWP!D
*G711ST9U *0.1u_10V_X5R_04 *0.1u_10V_X5R_04
*10K_1%_04
10K_1%_04
Title
[02] Haswell 1/7-DMI/PEG/FD
PLACE NEAR U15 Size Document Number
NEAR J_HDD2
5,6 +VCCIOA_OUT
3,13,20,22,26,27,28,29,30,31,32,33,37,39,41,44,45 3.3V A3 6-71-W35S0-D03
Date: Thursday, January 17, 2013 Sheet 2 o
5 4 3 2 1

Haswell 1/7 B - 3
Schematic Diagrams

Haswell 2/7
5 4 3 2 1

Haswell Processor 2/7 ( CLK,MISC,JTAG )


1.05V_LAN_M +VCCST
Processor Pullups/Pull downs
R294 *0_04
+VCCIO_OUT C489
D C491 D
*22u_6.3V_X5R_08 *22u_6.3V_X5R_08
H_PROCHOT# R33 62_04

H_CPUPW RGD_R R13 10K_04


DDR3 Compensation Signals
C40 *0.1u_10V_X5R_04 SM_RCOMP_0 R174 100_1%_04

U15B Haswell rPGA EDS SM_RCOMP_1 R173 75_1%_04


TRACE WIDTH 10MIL, LENGTH <500MILS
SKTOCC# AP32 MISC AP3 SM_RCOMP_0 SM_RCOMP_2 R175 100_1%_04
SKTOCC SM_RCOMP_0 AR3 SM_RCOMP_1
SM_RCOMP_1

THERMAL

DDR3
H_CATERR# AN32 AP2 SM_RCOMP_2
R346 *10mil_short H_PECI_ISO AR27 CATERR SM_RCOMP_2 AN3 CPUDRAMRST#
26,38 H_PECI PECI SM_DRAMRST
AK31
B.Schematic Diagrams

+VCCST FC
43 H_PROCHOT# H_PROCHOT# R34 56_1%_04 H_PROCHOT#_D AM30 AR29 XDP_PRDY#
H_THRMTRIP# AM35 PROCHOT PRDY AT29 XDP_PREQ#
26 H_THRMTRIP# THERMTRIP PREQ AM34 XDP_TCLK
R312 *100_04 TCK AN33 XDP_TMS
PU/PD for JTAG signals
1.05V_LAN_M TMS AM33 XDP_TRST#

JTAG
R345 *10mil_short AT28 TRST AM31 XDP_TDI_R 1.05V_LAN_M
24 H_PM_SYNC PM_SYNC TDI

PWR
26 H_CPUPW RGD H_CPUPW RGD R12 *10mil_short H_CPUPW RGD_R AL34 AL33 XDP_TDO_R
PMSYS_PW RGD_BUF R115 0_04 VDDPW RGOOD_R AC10 PWRGOOD TDO AP33 XDP_DBR_R
SM_DRAMPWROK DBR

Sheet 3 of 55 If PROCHOT# is not used,


26 PCH_PLTRST_CPU
BUF_CPU_RST#
R348
R347
0_04
*0_04

R306
CPU_RST_N_R

*10mil_short
AT26

G28
PLTRSTIN
BPM_N_0
BPM_N_1
AR30
AN31
AN29
XDP_BPM0
XDP_BPM1
XDP_BPM2
XDP_TMS
XDP_TDI_R
XDP_PREQ#
XDP_TDO_R
R314
R36
R344
R313
51_04
51_04
*51_04
51_04
then it must be terminated 30 PCH_CK_DP_N DPLL_REF_CLKN BPM_N_2
Haswell 2/7

CLOCK
with a 56- +-5% pull-up 30 PCH_CK_DP_P R307 *10mil_short H28 AP31 XDP_BPM3
R302 *10mil_short F27 DPLL_REF_CLKP BPM_N_3 AP30 XDP_BPM4
resistor to 1.05VS_VTT . 30 PCH_SSC_N SSC_DPLL_REF_CLKN BPM_N_4
C
30 PCH_SSC_P R301 *10mil_short E27 AN28 XDP_BPM5 C
D26 SSC_DPLL_REF_CLKP BPM_N_5 AP29 XDP_BPM6
30 CLK_EXP_N BCLKN BPM_N_6
30 CLK_EXP_P E26 AP28 XDP_BPM7 XDP_TDO_R R35 *100_04
BCLKP BPM_N_7 XDP_TCLK R25 51_04
2 OF 9 XDP_TRST# R24 51_04
+VCCIO_OUT

R300 3.3VS
*10K_04
H_PROCHOT#
XDP_DBR_R 1K_04 R23

D
PCH_SSC_P Q8
PCH_SSC_N
38 H_PROCHOT#_EC G C398
MTN7002ZHS3

S
R303 R264 47p_50V_NPO_04
*10K_04
100K_04
S3 circuit:- DRAM PWR GOOD lCIRCUIT
3.3V 3.3V
SSC CLOCK TERMINATION
STUFF R4R15 & R4R12 CAD Note: Capacitor need to be placed
ONLY WHEN SSC CLOCK close to buffer output pin C558
NOT USED V_VDDQ_DIMM

*0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
R458 R459
B B

*200_04

*100K_04
S3 circuit:- DRAM_RST# to memory D03
1.05V_LAN_M R433
Buffered reset to CPU should be high during S3 1K_1%_04

5
V_VDDQ_DIMM 1
3.3VS 24 PM_DRAM_PW RGD
R507 4 PMSYS_PW RGD_BUF
2
*1K_04 R380 1K_04
U24 D03

3
R511 R384 *0_04 *MC74VHC1G08DFT1G
R508 *43.2_1%_04 BUF_CPU_RST# R437 R429 R434
Q14 2K_1%_04 *39_04 *100K_04
6

*10K_04 D MTN7002ZHS3
Q19A CPUDRAMRST# S D R381 1K_04 DDR3_DRAMRST# 9,10,11 R436 0_04
2G *MTDN7002ZHS6R
S
1
3

D
DRAMRST_CNTRL 4,23

D
5G Q19B R386 C539 Q15
25,32 PLT_RST# S *MTDN7002ZHS6R
4

4.99K_1%_04 0.047u_10V_X7R_04 G
39,41,42 SUSB
*MTN7002ZHS3

S
R527 *1.5K_1%_04
R526 C594
R509
*100K_04 *68p_50V_NPO_04
*20K_04
A A

4,5,9,10,11,41 V_VDDQ_DIMM !!!!!DMFWP!DP/


5,6 +VCCIO_OUT
Title
5,28,29,42,44 1.05V_LAN_M
2,13,20,22,26,27,28,29,30,31,32,33,37,39,41,44,45 3.3V
[03] Haswell 2/7-CLK/MISC
6,9,10,11,12,13,22,23,24,25,26,28,29,30,31,32,34,35,36,37,38,39,43,44 3.3VS
Size Document Number Rev
A3 6-71-W35S0-D03 1.0

Date: Tuesday, January 15, 2013 Sheet 3 of 54


5 4 3 2 1

B - 4 Haswell 2/7
Schematic Diagrams

Haswell 3/7
5 4 3 2 1

6-86-27988-003 PZ98927-3641-01F
6-86-27988-001 47989-0732
6-86-27988-004 PZ98821-362B-01H 6-86-27988-003 PZ98927-3641-01F
9,11 M_A_DQ[63:0] 6-86-27988-001 47989-0732
10 M_B_DQ[63:0] 6-86-27988-004 PZ98821-362B-01H

Haswell rPGA EDS U15C


Haswell rPGA EDS U15D
D M_A_DQ0 AR15 AC7 RSVD_AC7 D
M_A_DQ1 AT14 SA_DQ_0 RSVD_AC7 U4 4.5/ 4.5/ 16 M_B_DQ0 AR18 AG8 RSVD_AG8
SA_DQ_1 SA_CK_N_0 M_A_CLK_DDR#0 9 SB_DQ_0 RSVD
M_A_DQ2 AM14 V4 7 / 12 / 25 M_B_DQ1 AT18 Y4
SA_DQ_2 SA_CK_P_0 M_A_CLK_DDR0 9 SB_DQ_1 SB_CKN0 M_B_CLK_DDR#0 10
M_A_DQ3 AN14 AD9 2VIA M_B_DQ2 AM17 AA4
SA_DQ_3 SA_CKE_0 M_A_CKE0 9 SB_DQ_2 SB_CK0 M_B_CLK_DDR0 10
M_A_DQ4 AT15 U3 M_A_CLK_DDR#1 9 M_B_DQ3 AM18 AF10 M_B_CKE0 10
M_A_DQ5 AR14 SA_DQ_4 SA_CK_N_1 V3 4.5/ 4.5/ 16 M_B_DQ4 AR17 SB_DQ_3 SB_CKE_0 Y3
SA_DQ_5 SA_CK_P_1 M_A_CLK_DDR1 9 SB_DQ_4 SB_CKN1 M_B_CLK_DDR#1 10
M_A_DQ6 AN15 AC9 7 / 12 / 25 M_B_DQ5 AT17 AA3
SA_DQ_6 SA_CKE_1 M_A_CKE1 9 SB_DQ_5 SB_CK1 M_B_CLK_DDR1 10
M_A_DQ7 AM15 U2 2VIA M_B_DQ6 AN17 AG10
SA_DQ_7 SA_CK_N_2 M_A_CLK_DDR#2 11 SB_DQ_6 SB_CKE_1 M_B_CKE1 10
M_A_DQ8 AM9 V2 4.5/ 4.5/ 16 M_B_DQ7 AN18 Y2
SA_DQ_8 SA_CK_P_2 M_A_CLK_DDR2 11 SB_DQ_7 SB_CKN2
M_A_DQ9 AN9 AD8 7 / 12 / 25 M_B_DQ8 AT12 AA2
SA_DQ_9 SA_CKE_2 M_A_CKE2 11 SB_DQ_8 SB_CK2
M_A_DQ10 AM8 U1 2VIA M_B_DQ9 AR12 AG9
SA_DQ_10 SA_CK_N_3 M_A_CLK_DDR#3 11 SB_DQ_9 SB_CKE_2
M_A_DQ11 AN8 V1 4.5/ 4.5/ 16 M_B_DQ10 AN12 Y1
SA_DQ_11 SA_CK_P_3 M_A_CLK_DDR3 11 SB_DQ_10 SB_CKN3
M_A_DQ12 AR9 AC8 7 / 12 / 25 M_B_DQ11 AM11 AA1
SA_DQ_12 SA_CKE_3 M_A_CKE3 11 SB_DQ_11 SB_CK3
M_A_DQ13 AT9 2VIA M_B_DQ12 AT11 AF9
M_A_DQ14 AR8 SA_DQ_13 M7 M_B_DQ13 AR11 SB_DQ_12 SB_CKE_3
SA_DQ_14 SA_CS_N_0 M_A_CS#0 9 SB_DQ_13
M_A_DQ15 AT8 L9 7 / 12 / 25 M_B_DQ14 AM12 P4
SA_DQ_15 SA_CS_N_1 M_A_CS#1 9 SB_DQ_14 SB_CS_N_0 M_B_CS#0 10

B.Schematic Diagrams
M_A_DQ16 AJ9 M9 2VIA M_B_DQ15 AN11 R2
SA_DQ_16 SA_CS_N_2 M_A_CS#2 11 SB_DQ_15 SB_CS_N_1 M_B_CS#1 10
M_A_DQ17 AK9 M10 M_A_CS#3 11 M_B_DQ16 AR5 P3
M_A_DQ18 AJ6 SA_DQ_17 SA_CS_N_3 M8 M_B_DQ17 AR6 SB_DQ_16 SB_CS_N_2 P1
SA_DQ_18 SA_ODT_0 M_A_ODT0 9 SB_DQ_17 SB_CS_N_3
M_A_DQ19 AK6 L7 7 / 12 / 25 M_B_DQ18 AM5
SA_DQ_19 SA_ODT_1 M_A_ODT1 9 SB_DQ_18
M_A_DQ20 AJ10 L8 2VIA M_B_DQ19 AM6 R4
SA_DQ_20 SA_ODT_2 M_A_ODT2 11 SB_DQ_19 SB_ODT_0 M_B_ODT0 10
M_A_DQ21 AK10 L10 M_A_ODT3 11 M_B_DQ20 AT5 R3 M_B_ODT1 10
M_A_DQ22 AJ7 SA_DQ_21 SA_ODT_3 V5 M_B_DQ21 AT6 SB_DQ_20 SB_ODT_1 R1
SA_DQ_22 SA_BS_0 M_A_BS0 9,11 11.5 / 9 / 16 SB_DQ_21 SB_ODT_2
M_A_DQ23 AK7 U5 M_B_DQ22 AN5 P2
M_A_BS1 9,11
M_A_DQ24 AF4
M_A_DQ25 AF5
M_A_DQ26 AF1
SA_DQ_23
SA_DQ_24
SA_DQ_25
SA_DQ_26
SA_BS_1
SA_BS_2

VSS
AD1

V10
M_A_BS2 9,11
2VIA M_B_DQ23 AN6
M_B_DQ24 AJ4
M_B_DQ25 AK4
SB_DQ_22
SB_DQ_23
SB_DQ_24
SB_DQ_25
SB_ODT_3
SB_BS_0
SB_BS_1
SB_BS_2
R7
P8
AA9
M_B_BS0
M_B_BS1
M_B_BS2
10
10
10
Sheet 4 of 55
M_A_DQ27 AF2 U6 11.5 / 9 / 16 M_B_DQ26 AJ1

C
M_A_DQ28 AG4
M_A_DQ29 AG5
M_A_DQ30 AG1
SA_DQ_27
SA_DQ_28
SA_DQ_29
SA_DQ_30
SA_RAS
SA_WE
SA_CAS
U7
U8
M_A_RAS#
M_A_W E#
M_A_CAS#
9,11
9,11
9,11
M_A_A[15:0] 9,11
2VIA M_B_DQ27 AJ2
M_B_DQ28 AM1
M_B_DQ29 AN1
SB_DQ_26
SB_DQ_27
SB_DQ_28
SB_DQ_29
VSS
SB_RAS
SB_WE
R10
R6
P6
M_B_RAS#
M_B_W E#
10
10
C Haswell 3/7
M_A_DQ31 AG2 V8 M_A_A0 M_B_DQ30 AK2 P7 M_B_CAS# 10
M_A_DQ32 J1 SA_DQ_31 SA_MA_0 AC6 M_A_A1 M_B_DQ31 AK1 SB_DQ_30 SB_CAS
SA_DQ_32 SA_MA_1 SB_DQ_31 M_B_A[15:0] 10
M_A_DQ33 J2 V9 M_A_A2 M_B_DQ32 L2 R8 M_B_A0
6.5 / 8 / 16 M_A_DQ34 J5 SA_DQ_33 SA_MA_2 U9 M_A_A3 M_B_DQ33 M2 SB_DQ_32 SB_MA_0 Y5 M_B_A1
2VIA M_A_DQ35 H5 SA_DQ_34 SA_MA_3 AC5 M_A_A4 M_B_DQ34 L4 SB_DQ_33 SB_MA_1 Y10 M_B_A2
3700mils M_A_DQ36 H2 SA_DQ_35 SA_MA_4 AC4 M_A_A5 M_B_DQ35 M4 SB_DQ_34 SB_MA_2 AA5 M_B_A3
M_A_DQ37 H1 SA_DQ_36 SA_MA_5 AD6 M_A_A6 M_B_DQ36 L1 SB_DQ_35 SB_MA_3 Y7 M_B_A4
M_A_DQ38 J4 SA_DQ_37 SA_MA_6 AC3 M_A_A7 M_B_DQ37 M1 SB_DQ_36 SB_MA_4 AA6 M_B_A5
M_A_DQ39 H4 SA_DQ_38 SA_MA_7 AD5 M_A_A8 M_B_DQ38 L5 SB_DQ_37 SB_MA_5 Y6 M_B_A6
M_A_DQ40 F2 SA_DQ_39 SA_MA_8 AC2 M_A_A9 11.5 / 9 / 16 M_B_DQ39 M5 SB_DQ_38 SB_MA_6 AA7 M_B_A7
M_A_DQ41 F1 SA_DQ_40 SA_MA_9 V6 M_A_A10 2VIA M_B_DQ40 G7 SB_DQ_39 SB_MA_7 Y8 M_B_A8
M_A_DQ42 D2 SA_DQ_41 SA_MA_10 AC1 M_A_A11 M_B_DQ41 J8 SB_DQ_40 SB_MA_8 AA10 M_B_A9
M_A_DQ43 D3 SA_DQ_42 SA_MA_11 AD4 M_A_A12 M_B_DQ42 G8 SB_DQ_41 SB_MA_9 R9 M_B_A10
M_A_DQ44 D1 SA_DQ_43 SA_MA_12 V7 M_A_A13 M_B_DQ43 G9 SB_DQ_42 SB_MA_10 Y9 M_B_A11
M_A_DQ45 F3 SA_DQ_44 SA_MA_13 AD3 M_A_A14 M_B_DQ44 J7 SB_DQ_43 SB_MA_11 AF7 M_B_A12
M_A_DQ46 C3 SA_DQ_45 SA_MA_14 AD2 M_A_A15 M_B_DQ45 J9 SB_DQ_44 SB_MA_12 P9 M_B_A13
M_A_DQ47 B3 SA_DQ_46 SA_MA_15 M_B_DQ46 G10 SB_DQ_45 SB_MA_13 AA8 M_B_A14
M_A_DQ48 B5 SA_DQ_47 M_B_DQ47 J10 SB_DQ_46 SB_MA_14 AG7 M_B_A15
SA_DQ_48 M_A_DQS#[7:0] 9,11 SB_DQ_47 SB_MA_15
M_A_DQ49 E6 AP15 M_A_DQS#0 M_B_DQ48 A8
M_A_DQ50 A5 SA_DQ_49 SA_DQS_N_0 AP8 M_A_DQS#1 M_B_DQ49 B8 SB_DQ_48
SA_DQ_50 SA_DQS_N_1 SB_DQ_49 M_B_DQS#[7:0] 10
M_A_DQ51 D6 AJ8 M_A_DQS#2 M_B_DQ50 A9 AP18 M_B_DQS#0
M_A_DQ52 D5 SA_DQ_51 SA_DQS_N_2 AF3 M_A_DQS#3 M_B_DQ51 B9 SB_DQ_50 SB_DQS_N_0 AP11 M_B_DQS#1
M_A_DQ53 E5 SA_DQ_52 SA_DQS_N_3 J3 M_A_DQS#4 6.5 / 6.5 / 16 M_B_DQ52 D8 SB_DQ_51 SB_DQS_N_1 AP5 M_B_DQS#2
M_A_DQ54 B6 SA_DQ_53 SA_DQS_N_4 E2 M_A_DQS#5 2VIA M_B_DQ53 E8 SB_DQ_52 SB_DQS_N_2 AJ3 M_B_DQS#3
M_A_DQ55 A6 SA_DQ_54 SA_DQS_N_5 C5 M_A_DQS#6 M_B_DQ54 D9 SB_DQ_53 SB_DQS_N_3 L3 M_B_DQS#4
M_A_DQ56 E12 SA_DQ_55 SA_DQS_N_6 C11 M_A_DQS#7 M_B_DQ55 E9 SB_DQ_54 SB_DQS_N_4 H9 M_B_DQS#5
SA_DQ_56 SA_DQS_N_7 M_A_DQS[7:0] 9,11 SB_DQ_55 SB_DQS_N_5
M_A_DQ57 D12 AP14 M_A_DQS0 M_B_DQ56 E15 C8 M_B_DQS#6
B M_A_DQ58 B11 SA_DQ_57 SA_DQS_P_0 AP9 M_A_DQS1 M_B_DQ57 D15 SB_DQ_56 SB_DQS_N_6 C14 M_B_DQS#7 B
SA_DQ_58 SA_DQS_P_1 SB_DQ_57 SB_DQS_N_7 M_B_DQS[7:0] 10
M_A_DQ59 A11 AK8 M_A_DQS2 M_B_DQ58 A15 AP17 M_B_DQS0
M_A_DQ60 E11 SA_DQ_59 SA_DQS_P_2 AG3 M_A_DQS3 M_B_DQ59 B15 SB_DQ_58 SB_DQS_P_0 AP12 M_B_DQS1
M_A_DQ61 D11 SA_DQ_60 SA_DQS_P_3 H3 M_A_DQS4 6.5 / 6.5 / 16 M_B_DQ60 E14 SB_DQ_59 SB_DQS_P_1 AP6 M_B_DQS2
M_A_DQ62 B12 SA_DQ_61 SA_DQS_P_4 E3 M_A_DQS5 2VIA M_B_DQ61 D14 SB_DQ_60 SB_DQS_P_2 AK3 M_B_DQS3
M_A_DQ63 A12 SA_DQ_62 SA_DQS_P_5 C6 M_A_DQS6 M_B_DQ62 A14 SB_DQ_61 SB_DQS_P_3 M3 M_B_DQS4
V_SM_VREF AM3 SA_DQ_63 SA_DQS_P_6 C12 M_A_DQS7 M_B_DQ63 B14 SB_DQ_62 SB_DQS_P_4 H8 M_B_DQS5
+V_DDR_W R_VREF01 F16 SM_VREF SA_DQS_P_7 SB_DQ_63 SB_DQS_P_5 C9 M_B_DQS6
+V_DDR_W R_VREF02 F13 SA_DIMM_VREFDQ SB_DQS_P_6 C15 M_B_DQS7
C312 SB_DIMM_VREFDQ SB_DQS_P_7
4 OF 9
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 3 OF 9
DIMM
& TRACE

All VREF traces should be at least 20 mils wide R195 0_04


R194 1K_1%_04
and 20 mils spacing to other singals/planes Q2
V_VDDQ_DIMM
*AO3402L
V_VDDQ_DIMM V_SM_VREF S D
+V_VREF_CA_DIMM 9,10,11
V_VDDQ_DIMM 10/22
R438 0_04 R170 R196

G
R278 R448 0_04 *1K_04 C317
1K_1%_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04
Q16 1K_1%_04 R628 DRAMRST_CNTRL 3,4,23
A *AO3402L Q17 A
+V_DDR_W R_VREF01 S D *AO3402L 1K_1%_04
MVREF_DQ_DIMMA 9,11
+V_DDR_W R_VREF02 S D
MVREF_DQ_DIMMB 10
R435 R440
G

!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
*1K_04 C414 R447 R449
G

1K_1%_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 *1K_04 C684


1K_1%_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04
Title
[04] Haswell 3/7-DDR3
Size Document Number Rev
DRAMRST_CNTRL 3,4,23
DRAMRST_CNTRL 3,4,23 3,5,9,10,11,41 V_VDDQ_DIMM Custom 6-71-W35S0-D03 1.0

Date: Monday, January 14, 2013 Sheet 4 of 54


5 4 3 2 1

Haswell 3/7 B - 5
Schematic Diagrams

Haswell 4/7
5 4 3 2 1

Haswell Processor 4/7 ( POWER )


V_VDDQ_DIMM
57W: 95A
PROCESSOR CORE POWER 47W: 85A +V_VCCDDQ PJ24 V_VDDQ_DIMM
*OPEN-5MM C757 C756 C770
ICCMAX Maximum Processor SV 48
  1 2
+VCCIN Haswell rPGA EDS
D  U15E 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 *100p_50V_NPO_04
D
Short C314 C313 0.1u_10V_X7R_04
AA26 D03
AA28 VCC 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04
+VCCIN AA34 VCC K27
AA30 VCC RSVD L27 EMI Require
AA32 VCC RSVD T27
C521 C517 C518 C522 C125 C150 AB26 VCC RSVD V27
AB29 VCC RSVD
VCC +V_VCCDDQ

22u_6.3V_X5R_08

22u_6.3V_X5R_08

22u_6.3V_X5R_08

22u_6.3V_X5R_08

22u_6.3V_X5R_08
AB25

*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
AB27 VCC
AB28 VCC
AB30 VCC
VCC VDDQ
AB11 4.2A
AB31 AB2
VCC VDDQ +V_VCCDDQ
AB33 AB5
AB34 VCC VDDQ AB8 C232 C246 C239 C206 C222 C203 C200 C199 C198 C201
B.Schematic Diagrams

AB32 VCC VDDQ AE11 C307


VCC VDDQ

10u_6.3V_X5R_06

10u_6.3V_X5R_06

10u_6.3V_X5R_06

10u_6.3V_X5R_06

10u_6.3V_X5R_06

22u_6.3V_X5R_08

22u_6.3V_X5R_08

22u_6.3V_X5R_08

22u_6.3V_X5R_08

22u_6.3V_X5R_08
AC26 AE2 +
AB35 VCC VDDQ AE5
AC28 VCC VDDQ AE8
VCC VDDQ

220u_6.3V_6.3*6.3*4.2
AD25 AH11
C124 C123 C122 C121 C109 C151 AC30 VCC VDDQ K11
AD28 VCC VDDQ N11
VCC VDDQ

22u_6.3V_X5R_08

22u_6.3V_X5R_08

22u_6.3V_X5R_08

22u_6.3V_X5R_08

22u_6.3V_X5R_08
AC32 N8

*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
AD31 VCC VDDQ T11 CAD NOTE: 0 OHM RESISTOR
Sheet 5 of 55 AC34
AD34
AD26
AD27
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VDDQ
VDDQ
VDDQ
VDDQ
T2
T5
T8
W 11
TO CPU SHOULD BE PLACED CLOSE
+VCCIN

Haswell 4/7 AD29 VCC VDDQ W2


AD30 VCC VDDQ W5
AD32 VCC VDDQ W8
AD33 VCC VDDQ
C
AD35 VCC N26 R311
C

AE26 VCC RSVD K26


VCC VCC 100_04
C108 C94 C114 C137 C90 AE32 AL27
AE28 VCC RSVD AK27 VCC_SENSE_R R298 *15mil_short_06
VCC RSVD VCORE_VCC_SENSE 43
22u_6.3V_X5R_08

22u_6.3V_X5R_08

22u_6.3V_X5R_08

22u_6.3V_X5R_08
AE30

*22u_6.3V_X5R_08
7 VSS_SENSE_R R297 *15mil_short_06 VCORE_VSS_SENSE 43
AG28 VCC
AG34 VCC R296
AE34 VCC
VCC 100_04
AF25
AF26 VCC
AF27 VCC AL35
AF28 VCC VCC_SENSE E17
AF29 VCC
VCC
RSVD
VCCIO_OUT
AN35 +VCCIO_OUT_R R299 *15mil_short_06 +VCCIO_OUT
0.5A
AF30
AF31 VCC RSVD
A23
F22
+VCCIO2PCH_R R354 *0_06 +VCCIO2PCH 0.5A
AF32 VCC
VCC
VCOMP_OUT
RSVD
W 32
+VCCIOA_OUT 0.5A SVID Signals
AF33 AL16 CAD Note: H_CPU_SVIDALRT_R_N
AF34 VCC RSVD J27 R310 0_04 +VCCIO_OUT
AF35 VCC RSVD AL13 Place the PU resistors close to CPU
+VCCIN AG26 VCC RSVD H_CPU_SVIDALRT# R288 75_04
AH26 VCC
AH29 VCC AM28 H_CPU_SVIDALRT_R_N R55 43.2_1%_04 H_CPU_SVIDCLK R287 *54.9_1%_04
VCC VIDALERT H_CPU_SVIDALRT# 43
AG30 AM29 H_CPU_SVIDCLK_R R45 *10mil_short
VCC VIDSCLK H_CPU_SVIDCLK 43
C515 C514 C512 C165 C161 AG32 AL28 H_CPU_SVIDDAT_R R60 *10mil_short H_CPU_SVIDDAT R289 130_1%_04
VCC VIDSOUT H_CPU_SVIDDAT 43
AH32
VCC 1.05V_LAN_M
10u_6.3V_X5R_06

10u_6.3V_X5R_06

10u_6.3V_X5R_06

10u_6.3V_X5R_06

AH35 AP35
*10u_6.3V_X5R_06

AH25 VCC VSS H27


VCC PW R_DEBUG RESISTOR STUFFING OPTIONS ARE
AH27 AP34 CAD Note:H_CPU_SVIDCLK
AH28 VCC VSS AT35 PROVIDED FOR TESTING PURPOSES
AH30 VCC RSVD_TP AR35 R304
PLACE THE PU RESISTORS
AH31 VCC RSVD_TP AR32 150_04 CLOSE TO VR
AH33 VCC RSVD_TP AL26 1.05V_LAN_M +VCCIO_OUT
B VCC RSVD_TP B
AH34 AT34 CAD Note: H_CPU_SVIDCLK_R
AJ25 VCC VSS AL22 R295
PWR_DEBUG_N
AJ26 VCC VSS AT33 Place the PU
AJ27 VCC VSS AM21 resistors close to VR
AJ28 VCC VSS AM25 R305
C162 C164 C513 C163 C160 AJ29 VCC VSS AM22 *0_06 C488
VCC VSS *100K_04
AJ30 AM20
VCC VSS
10u_6.3V_X5R_06

10u_6.3V_X5R_06

10u_6.3V_X5R_06

10u_6.3V_X5R_06

AJ31 AM24
*10u_6.3V_X5R_06

*4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06
AJ32 VCC VSS AL19
AJ33 VCC VSS AM23
AJ34 VCC VSS AT32
AJ35 VCC VSS
G25 VCC
H25 VCC
J25 VCC 1.05V_LAN_M +VCCIO2PCH
K25 VCC
L25 VCC +VCCIN
M25 VCC
N25 VCC Y25 R365 *15mil_short_06
P25 VCC VCC Y26
R25 VCC VCC Y27 C520
+VCCIN T25 VCC VCC Y28
VCC VCC Y29 *4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06
U25 VCC Y30
U26 VCC VCC Y31
C71 C70 C42 V25 VCC VCC Y32
+ + + V26 VCC VCC Y33
VCC VCC Y34
W 26 VCC Y35
VCC VCC
560u_2.5V_6.6*6.6*5.9

390uF_2.5V_12m_6.6*6.6*4.2

390uF_2.5V_12m_6.6*6.6*4.2

W 27
VCC 5 OF 9
A A

!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
D03 Title
3,6
2,6
+VCCIO_OUT
+VCCIOA_OUT
[05] Haswell 4/7-POWER
3,4,9,10,11,41 V_VDDQ_DIMM
3,28,29,42,44 1.05V_LAN_M Size Document Number Rev
8,43 +VCCIN Custom 6-71-W35S0-D03 1.0

Date: Thursday, January 17, 2013 Sheet 5 of 54


5 4 3 2 1

B - 6 Haswell 4/7
Schematic Diagrams

Haswell 5/7

5 4 3 2 1

D
Haswell Processor 5/7 ( GRAPHICS POWER ) D

3.3VS

B.Schematic Diagrams
R44 R75
*100K_1%_04

U15H Haswell rPGA EDS *100K_1%_04


DP_AUXN
T28
U28
T30
DDIB_TXBN_0
DDIB_TXBP_0
EDP_AUXN
EDP_AUXP
M27 DP_AUXN
N27 DP_AUXP
P27 DP_HPD
+VCCIOA_OUT 3.3VS DP_AUXP
DP_AUXN

DP_AUXP
12

12
Sheet 6 of 55
U30 DDIB_TXBN_1 EDP_HPD E24 R66 24.9_1%_04
U29
V29
U31
DDIB_TXBP_1
DDIB_TXBN_2
DDIB_TXBP_2
EDP_RCOMP
EDP_DISP_UTIL
R27 EDP_UTIL R48 *10K_1%_04 R47
R71
*100K_1%_04
Haswell 5/7
V31 DDIB_TXBN_3 eDP
C DDIB_TXBP_3 P35 *100K_1%_04 C
EDP_TXN_0 EDP_TXN_0 12
T34 R35 EDP_TXP_0 12
U34 DDIC_TXCN_0 EDP_TXP_0 N34
DDIC_TXCP_0 EDP_TXN_1 EDP_TXN_1 12
U35 P34 EDP_TXP_1 12
V35 DDIC_TXCN_1 DDI EDP_TXP_1 P33
DDIC_TXCP_1 FDI_TXN_0 FDI_TXN0 24
U32 R33 FDI_TXP0 24
T32 DDIC_TXCN_2 FDI_TXP_0 N32
DDIC_TXCP_2 FDI_TXN_1 FDI_TXN1 24
U33 P32 FDI_TXP1 24
V33 DDIC_TXCN_3 FDI_TXP_1
DDIC_TXCP_3 +VCCIO_OUT
36 HDMIC_C0CN P29
R29 DDID_TXDN_0
36 HDMIC_C0CP DDID_TXDP_0
36 HDMIC_C1CN N28
P28 DDID_TXDN_1 R292
36 HDMIC_C1CP DDID_TXDP_1
36 HDMIC_C2CN P31 10K_1%_04
R31 DDID_TXDN_2
36 HDMIC_C2CP DDID_TXDP_2
36 HDMIC_CLKCN N30
P30 DDID_TXDN_3
36 HDMIC_CLKCP DDID_TXDP_3 DP_HPD
8 OF 9

D
Q11
12 EDP_HPD G MTN7002ZHS3

S
R291
100K_04
B B

A A

!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
Title
3,5 +VCCIO_OUT
[06]Haswell 5/7-EDP/HDMI
2,5 +VCCIOA_OUT
2,3,13,20,22,26,27,28,29,30,31,32,33,37,39,41,44,45 3.3V Size Document Number Rev
3,9,10,11,12,13,22,23,24,25,26,28,29,30,31,32,34,35,36,37,38,39,43,44 3.3VS A3 6-71-W35S0-D03 1.0

Date: Monday, January 14, 2013 Sheet 6 of 54


5 4 3 2 1

Haswell 5/7 B - 7
Schematic Diagrams

Haswell 6/7

5 4 3 2 1

Haswell Processor 6/7 ( GND )


Haswell rPGA EDS U15F Haswell rPGA EDS U15G

AK34 A10 K10 B34


AK5 VSS VSS A13 K2 VSS VSS B4
D D
AL1 VSS VSS A16 K29 VSS VSS B7
AL10 VSS VSS A19 K3 VSS VSS C1
AL11 VSS VSS A22 K31 VSS VSS C10
AL12 VSS VSS A25 K33 VSS VSS C13
AL14 VSS VSS A27 K35 VSS VSS C16
AL15 VSS VSS A29 K4 VSS VSS C19
AL17 VSS VSS A3 K5 VSS VSS C2
AL18 VSS VSS A31 K7 VSS VSS C22
AL2 VSS VSS A33 K8 VSS VSS C24
B.Schematic Diagrams

AL20 VSS VSS A4 K9 VSS VSS C26


AL21 VSS VSS A7 L11 VSS VSS C28
AL23 VSS VSS AA11 L26 VSS VSS C30
E22 VSS VSS AA25 L6 VSS VSS C32
AL3 VSS VSS AA27 M11 VSS VSS C34
AL4 VSS VSS AA31 M26 VSS VSS C4
AL5 VSS VSS AA29 M28 VSS VSS C7
AL6 VSS VSS AB1 M30 VSS VSS D10
AL7 VSS VSS AB10 M32 VSS VSS D13

Sheet 7 of 55 AL8
AL9
AM10
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
AA33
AA35
AB3
M34
M6
N1
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
D16
D19
D22
AM13 AC25 N10 D25

Haswell 6/7 AM16


AM19
E25
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
AC27
AB4
AB6
N2
N29
N3
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
D27
D29
D31
AM32 AB7 N31 D33
AM4 VSS VSS AB9 N33 VSS VSS D35
AM7 VSS VSS AC11 N35 VSS VSS D4
C AN10 VSS VSS AD11 N4 VSS VSS D7 C
AN13 VSS VSS AC29 N5 VSS VSS E1
AN16 VSS VSS AC31 N6 VSS VSS E10
AN19 VSS VSS AC33 N7 VSS VSS E13
AN2 VSS VSS AC35 N9 VSS VSS E16
AN21 VSS VSS AD7 P11 VSS VSS E4
AN24 VSS VSS AE1 P26 VSS VSS E7
AN27 VSS VSS AE10 P5 VSS VSS F10
AN30 VSS VSS AE25 R11 VSS VSS F11
AN34 VSS VSS AE29 R26 VSS VSS F12
AN4 VSS VSS AE3 R28 VSS VSS F14
AN7 VSS VSS AE27 R30 VSS VSS F15
AP1 VSS VSS AE35 R32 VSS VSS F17
AP10 VSS VSS AE4 R34 VSS VSS F18
AP13 VSS VSS AE6 R5 VSS VSS F20
AP16 VSS VSS AE7 T1 VSS VSS F21
AP19 VSS VSS AE9 T10 VSS VSS F23
AP4 VSS VSS AF11 T29 VSS VSS F24
AP7 VSS VSS AF6 T3 VSS VSS F26
W25 VSS VSS AF8 T31 VSS VSS F28
AR10 VSS VSS AG11 T33 VSS VSS F30
AR13 VSS VSS AG25 T35 VSS VSS F32
AR16 VSS VSS AE31 T4 VSS VSS F34
AR19 VSS VSS AG31 T6 VSS VSS F4
AR2 VSS VSS AE33 T7 VSS VSS F6
AR22 VSS VSS AG6 T9 VSS VSS F7
AR25 VSS VSS AH1 U11 VSS VSS F8
AR28 VSS VSS AH10 U27 VSS VSS F9
AR31 VSS VSS AH2 V11 VSS VSS G1
B AR34 VSS VSS AG27 V28 VSS VSS G11 B
AR4 VSS VSS AG29 V30 VSS VSS G2
AR7 VSS VSS AH3 V32 VSS VSS G27
AT10 VSS VSS AG33 V34 VSS VSS G29
AT13 VSS VSS AG35 W1 VSS VSS G3
AT16 VSS VSS AH4 W10 VSS VSS G31
AT19 VSS VSS AH5 W3 VSS VSS G33
AT21 VSS VSS AH6 W35 VSS VSS G35
AT24 VSS VSS AH7 W4 VSS VSS G4
AT27 VSS VSS AH8 W6 VSS VSS G5
AT3 VSS VSS AH9 W7 VSS VSS H10
AT30 VSS VSS AJ11 W9 VSS VSS H26
AT4 VSS VSS AJ5 Y11 VSS VSS H6
AT7 VSS VSS AK11 H11 VSS VSS H7
B10 VSS VSS AK25 AL24 VSS VSS J11
B13 VSS VSS AK26 F19 VSS VSS J26
B16 VSS VSS AK28 T26 VSS VSS J28
B19 VSS VSS AK29 AK35 VSS VSS J30
VSS VSS 5 VSS_SENSE_R VSS_SENSE VSS
B2 AK30 AK33 J32
B22 VSS VSS AK32 RSVD VSS J34
VSS VSS E19 VSS J6
VSS VSS K1
VSS

6 OF 9 7 OF 9

A A

!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
Title
[07] Haswell 6/7-GND
Size Document Number Rev
A3 6-71-W35S0-D03 1.0

Date: Monday, January 14, 2013 Sheet 7 of 54


5 4 3 2 1

B - 8 Haswell 6/7
Schematic Diagrams

Haswell 7/7

5 4 3 2 1

Haswell Processor 7/7 ( RESERVED )


CFG Straps for Processor
PCI EXPRESS STATIC LANE REVERSAL FOR ALL PEG PORTS
D D
1: (DEFAULT)NORMAL OPERATION; (Default)
CFG2 LANE# DEFINITION MATCHES
0: LANE REVERSAL
U15I Haswell rPGA EDS

CFG2 R84 *1K_04


AT1
AT2 RSVD_TP C23

B.Schematic Diagrams
AD10 RSVD_TP RSVD_TP B23
RSVD RSVD_TP D24
A34 RSVD_TP D23
A35 RSVD_TP RSVD_TP
NOTE: RSVD_TP
PHYSICAL_DEBUG_ENABLED (DFX PRIVACY) W29
0 : ENABLED SET DFX ENABLED BIT IN DEBUG INTERFACE MSR W28 RSVD_TP AT31 CFG_RCOMP R343 49.9_1%_04
RSVD_TP CFG_RCOMP
1 : DISABLED R57 49.9_1%_04 H_CPU_RSVD30 G26 AR21 CFG16

CFG3 R77 *1K_04


W33
AL30
AL29
TESTLO
RSVD
RSVD
RSVD
CFG_16
CFG_18
CFG_17
CFG_19
AR23
AP21
AP23
CFG17
CFG18
CFG19
Sheet 8 of 55
F25
+VCCIN
C35
B35
VCC

RSVD_TP
RSVD_TP
RSVD
FC
AR33
G6 FC_G6
Haswell 7/7
AM27
C AL25 RSVD AM26 C
RSVD_TP RSVD F5
DISPLAY PORT PRESENCE STRAP RSVD
W30 AM2
W31 RSVD_TP RSVD K6
1: DISABLED; RSVD_TP RSVD
R11 49.9_1%_04 H_CPU_RSVD40 W34
CFG4 NO
TO
PHYSICAL DISPLAY PORT ATTACHED
EMBEDDED DISPLAY PORT
TESTLO
RSVD
E18
CFG0 AT20
CFG_0
0: ENABLED; AN EXTERNAL DISPLAY PORT DEVICE CFG1 AR20
CFG_1 RSVD
U10
AN EXTERNAL DISPLAY PORT DEVICE IS CONNECTED CFG2 AP20 P10
CFG3 AP22 CFG_2 RSVD
TO THE EMBEDDED DISPLAY PORT CFG4 AT22 CFG_3 B1
CFG5 AN22 CFG_4 NC A2
(Default) CFG_5 RSVD
CFG6 AT25 AR1
CFG7 AN23 CFG_6 RSVD_TP
CFG4 R358 1K_04 CFG8 AR24 CFG_7 E21
R700 *1K_1%_04 CFG9 AT23 CFG_8 RSVD_TP E20
CFG10 AN20 CFG_9 RSVD_TP
AP24 CFG_10 AP27
D03 CFG11
CFG_11 VSS
CFG12 AP26 AR26
CFG13 AN25 CFG_12 VSS
CFG14 AN26 CFG_13 AL31
CFG15 AP25 CFG_14 VSS AL32
PCIE Port Bifurcation Straps CFG_15 VSS

11: DEVICE1 FUNTION 1, DEVICE 1 FUNCTION2 DISABLED 9 OF 9

B
10: DEVICE1 FUNCTION1 ENABLED DEVICE1 FUNCTION 2 DISABLED B
01: DEVICE 1 FUNCTION 1 DISABLED, DEVICE 1 FUNCTION 2 ENABLED
CFG[6:5] 00: DEVICE 1 FUNCTION 1 ENABLED, DEVICE 1 FUNCTION 2 ENABLED NOTE:
RESERVE THIS CIRCUIT FOR FUTURE COMPATIBILITY
CFG5 R73 1K_04 PM_PCH_PW ROK 24,38

CFG6 R353 *1K_04


R385
*2K_1%_04

FC_G6
DEFENSIVE PULL DOWN SITE

1: (Default) PEG Train immediately following xxRESETB de assertion R387


CFG7 0: PEG Wait for BIOS for training *1K_1%_04

CFG7 R72 *1K_04

A A

!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
Title
[08] Haswell Processor 7/7
5,43 +VCCIN Size Document Number Rev
2,3,13,20,22,26,27,28,29,30,31,32,33,37,39,41,44,45 3.3V Custom 6-71-W35S0-D03 1.0

Date: Thursday, January 17, 2013 Sheet 8 of 54


5 4 3 2 1

Haswell 7/7 B - 9
Schematic Diagrams

DDR3 SO-DIMM A_0


5 4 3 2 1

SO-DIMM A_0
CHANGE TO STANDARD

JDIMM1A
4,11 M_A_A[15:0] M_A_DQ[63:0] 4,11
D M_A_A0 98 5 M_A_DQ0 JDIMM1B D
M_A_A1 97 A0 DQ0 7 M_A_DQ1
M_A_A2 96 A1 DQ1 15 M_A_DQ2
M_A_A3 95 A2 DQ2 17 M_A_DQ3 V_VDDQ_DIMM
M_A_A4 92 A3 DQ3 4 M_A_DQ4
M_A_A5 91 A4 DQ4 6 M_A_DQ5 75 44
M_A_A6 90 A5 DQ5 16 M_A_DQ6 76 VDD1 VSS16 48
C316 *10p_50V_NPO_04 M_A_A7 86 A6 DQ6 18 M_A_DQ7 81 VDD2 VSS17 49
M_A_CLK_DDR0 M_A_CLK_DDR#0 M_A_A8 89 A7 DQ7 21 M_A_DQ8 82 VDD3 VSS18 54
M_A_A9 85 A8 DQ8 23 M_A_DQ9 87 VDD4 VSS19 55
C311 *10p_50V_NPO_04 M_A_A10 107 A9 DQ9 33 M_A_DQ10 88 VDD5 VSS20 60
M_A_CLK_DDR1 M_A_CLK_DDR#1 M_A_A11 84 A10/AP DQ10 35 M_A_DQ11 93 VDD6 VSS21 61
M_A_A12 83 A11 DQ11 22 M_A_DQ12 94 VDD7 VSS22 65
M_A_A13 119 A12/BC# DQ12 24 M_A_DQ13 99 VDD8 VSS23 66
M_A_A14 80 A13 DQ13 34 M_A_DQ14 100 VDD9 VSS24 71
A14 DQ14 VDD10 VSS25
B.Schematic Diagrams

M_A_A15 78 36 M_A_DQ15 3.3VS 105 72


A15 DQ15 39 M_A_DQ16 106 VDD11 VSS26 127
109 DQ16 41 M_A_DQ17
20mils 111 VDD12 VSS27 128
Layout Note: 4,11 M_A_BS0
108 BA0 DQ17 51 M_A_DQ18 112 VDD13 VSS28 133
4,11 M_A_BS1 BA1 DQ18 VDD14 VSS29
signal/space/signal: 79 53 M_A_DQ19 C453 C456 117 134
4,11 M_A_BS2 BA2 DQ19 VDD15 VSS30
114 40 M_A_DQ20 118 138
4 M_A_CS#0 S0# DQ20 VDD16 VSS31
85 ohm 121 42 M_A_DQ21 1u_6.3V_Y5V_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 123 139
4 M_A_CS#1 S1# DQ21 VDD17 VSS32
101 50 M_A_DQ22 124 144
4 M_A_CLK_DDR0 CK0 DQ22 VDD18 VSS33
103 52 M_A_DQ23 D03 145

Sheet 9 of 55
4 M_A_CLK_DDR#0 CK0# DQ23 VSS34
102 57 M_A_DQ24 199 150
4 M_A_CLK_DDR1 CK1 DQ24 VDDSPD VSS35
104 59 M_A_DQ25 151
4 M_A_CLK_DDR#1 CK1# DQ25 3.3VS VSS36
73 67 M_A_DQ26 77 155
4 M_A_CKE0 CKE0 DQ26 NC1 VSS37
74 69 M_A_DQ27 122 156

DDR3 SO-DIMM C
4,11
4,11
4,11
4 M_A_CKE1
M_A_CAS#
M_A_RAS#
M_A_W E#
115
110
113
CKE1
CAS#
RAS#
WE#
DQ27
DQ28
DQ29
DQ30
56
58
68
M_A_DQ28
M_A_DQ29
M_A_DQ30
10,11
R271

TS#_DIMM0_1
10K_04 125

198
NC2
NCTEST

EVENT#
VSS38
VSS39
VSS40
VSS41
161
162
167
C

SA0_A_DIM0 197 70 M_A_DQ31 30 168

A_0 10,11,23 SMB_CLK


SA1_A_DIM0 201
202
200
SA0
SA1
SCL
DQ31
DQ32
DQ33
129
131
141
M_A_DQ32
M_A_DQ33
M_A_DQ34
3,10,11
C409
C406
DDR3_DRAMRST#
1u_6.3V_X5R_04
0.1u_10V_X5R_04 MVREF_DQ_DIMMA 1
RESET# VSS42
VSS43
VSS44
172
173
178
10,11,23 SMB_DATA SDA DQ34 VREF_DQ VSS45
143 M_A_DQ35 126 179
116 DQ35 130 M_A_DQ36 VREF_CA VSS46 184
4 M_A_ODT0 ODT0 DQ36 4,11 MVREF_DQ_DIMMA VSS47
120 132 M_A_DQ37 185
4 M_A_ODT1 ODT1 DQ37 VSS48
140 M_A_DQ38 R276 0_04 MVREF_DIMA_0 2 189
DQ38 4,10,11 +V_VREF_CA_DIMM VSS1 VSS49
11 142 M_A_DQ39 3 190
28 DM0 DQ39 147 M_A_DQ40 C415 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 8 VSS2 VSS50 195
R267 10K_04 SA1_A_DIM0 46 DM1 DQ40 149 M_A_DQ41 C444 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 9 VSS3 VSS51 196
63 DM2 DQ41 157 M_A_DQ42 13 VSS4 VSS52
R268 10K_04 SA0_A_DIM0 136 DM3 DQ42 159 M_A_DQ43 14 VSS5
153 DM4 DQ43 146 M_A_DQ44 19 VSS6
170 DM5 DQ44 148 M_A_DQ45 20 VSS7 VDDQ_VTT
187 DM6 DQ45 158 M_A_DQ46 25 VSS8
DM7 DQ46 160 M_A_DQ47 26 VSS9 203
4,11 M_A_DQS[7:0] DQ47 VSS10 VTT1
M_A_DQS0 12 163 M_A_DQ48 CLOSE TO SO-DIMM_0 31 204
M_A_DQS1 29 DQS0 DQ48 165 M_A_DQ49 32 VSS11 VTT2
M_A_DQS2 47 DQS1 DQ49 175 M_A_DQ50 37 VSS12 GND1
M_A_DQS3 64 DQS2 DQ50 177 M_A_DQ51 38 VSS13 G1 GND2
M_A_DQS4 137 DQS3 DQ51 164 M_A_DQ52 43 VSS14 G2
M_A_DQS5 154 DQS4 DQ52 166 M_A_DQ53 R270 *1K_1%_04 MVREF_DIMA_0 VSS15
DQS5 DQ53 V_VDDQ_DIMM
M_A_DQS6 171 174 M_A_DQ54 Oceantek 91-93469-174
M_A_DQS7 188 DQS6 DQ54 176 M_A_DQ55
DQS7 DQ55 181 M_A_DQ56 R272 C425
4,11 M_A_DQS#[7:0] DQ56
M_A_DQS#0 10 183 M_A_DQ57
B M_A_DQS#1 27 DQS0# DQ57 191 M_A_DQ58 *1K_1%_04 *0.1u_10V_X5R_04 B
M_A_DQS#2 45 DQS1# DQ58 193 M_A_DQ59
M_A_DQS#3 62 DQS2# DQ59 180 M_A_DQ60
M_A_DQS#4 135 DQS3# DQ60 182 M_A_DQ61
M_A_DQS#5 152 DQS4# DQ61 192 M_A_DQ62
M_A_DQS#6 169 DQS5# DQ62 194 M_A_DQ63
M_A_DQS#7 186 DQS6# DQ63
DQS7#
Oceantek 91-93469-174

VDDQ_VTT P/N:6-86-24204-030
C404 C402 C411 C405 C403

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

V_VDDQ_DIMM

C410 C442 C435 C436 C434 C433


3,4,5,10,11,41 V_VDDQ_DIMM
10,11,41 VDDQ_VTT
A 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 *1u_6.3V_X5R_04 *1u_6.3V_X5R_04 A
3,6,10,11,12,13,22,23,24,25,26,28,29,30,31,32,34,35,36,37,38,39,43,44 3.3VS

!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
V_VDDQ_DIMM

C630 C766 C640 C767 C480 C475 C476 C479 C443 Title
[09] DDR3 SO-DIMM_A_0
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 *10u_6.3V_X5R_06
Size Document Number Rev
D03 A3 6-71-W35S0-D03 1.0

Date: Monday, January 14, 2013 Sheet 9 of 54


5 4 3 2 1

B - 10 DDR3 SO-DIMM A_0


Schematic Diagrams

DDR3 SO-DIMM B_0


5 4 3 2 1

SO-DIMM B_0 CHANGE TO STANDARD

JDIMM2B

D JDIMM2A V_VDDQ_DIMM D
4 M_B_A[15:0] M_B_DQ[63:0] 4
M_B_A0 98 5 M_B_DQ0
M_B_A1 97 A0 DQ0 7 M_B_DQ1 75 44
C460 *10p_50V_NPO_04 M_B_A2 96 A1 DQ1 15 M_B_DQ2 76 VDD1 VSS16 48
M_B_CLK_DDR0 M_B_CLK_DDR#0 M_B_A3 95 A2 DQ2 17 M_B_DQ3 81 VDD2 VSS17 49
M_B_A4 92 A3 DQ3 4 M_B_DQ4 82 VDD3 VSS18 54
C462 *10p_50V_NPO_04 M_B_A5 91 A4 DQ4 6 M_B_DQ5 87 VDD4 VSS19 55
M_B_CLK_DDR1 M_B_CLK_DDR#1 M_B_A6 90 A5 DQ5 16 M_B_DQ6 88 VDD5 VSS20 60
M_B_A7 86 A6 DQ6 18 M_B_DQ7 93 VDD6 VSS21 61
M_B_A8 89 A7 DQ7 21 M_B_DQ8 94 VDD7 VSS22 65
M_B_A9 85 A8 DQ8 23 M_B_DQ9 99 VDD8 VSS23 66
M_B_A10 107 A9 DQ9 33 M_B_DQ10 100 VDD9 VSS24 71
M_B_A11 84 A10/AP DQ10 35 M_B_DQ11 105 VDD10 VSS25 72
Layout Note: M_B_A12 83 A11 DQ11 22 M_B_DQ12 106 VDD11 VSS26 127
M_B_A13 119 A12/BC# DQ12 24 M_B_DQ13 111 VDD12 VSS27 128
signal/space/signal: M_B_A14 80 A13 DQ13 34 M_B_DQ14 112 VDD13 VSS28 133
M_B_A15 78 A14 DQ14 36 M_B_DQ15 117 VDD14 VSS29 134
8/4/8 A15 DQ15 39 M_B_DQ16 118 VDD15 VSS30 138

B.Schematic Diagrams
109 DQ16 41 M_B_DQ17 123 VDD16 VSS31 139
4 M_B_BS0 BA0 DQ17 VDD17 VSS32
108 51 M_B_DQ18 3.3VS 124 144
4 M_B_BS1 BA1 DQ18 VDD18 VSS33
79 53 M_B_DQ19 145
4 M_B_BS2
114 BA2 DQ19 40 M_B_DQ20
20mils 199 VSS34 150
4 M_B_CS#0 S0# DQ20 VDDSPD VSS35
121 42 M_B_DQ21 151
4 M_B_CS#1 S1# DQ21 VSS36
101 50 M_B_DQ22 C424 77 155
4 M_B_CLK_DDR0 CK0 DQ22 NC1 VSS37
103 52 M_B_DQ23 C413 122 156
4 M_B_CLK_DDR#0 CK0# DQ23 NC2 VSS38
102 57 M_B_DQ24 1u_6.3V_Y5V_04 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 125 161
4
4
M_B_CLK_DDR1
M_B_CLK_DDR#1
4
4
M_B_CKE0
M_B_CKE1
104
73
74
CK1
CK1#
CKE0
CKE1
DQ24
DQ25
DQ26
DQ27
59
67
69
M_B_DQ25
M_B_DQ26
M_B_DQ27
D03

3,9,11
9,11 TS#_DIMM0_1
DDR3_DRAMRST#
198
30
NCTEST

EVENT#
RESET#
VSS39
VSS40
VSS41
VSS42
162
167
168
Sheet 10 of 55
C 115 56 M_B_DQ28 172 C

DDR3 SO-DIMM
4 M_B_CAS# CAS# DQ28 VSS43
110 58 M_B_DQ29 C692 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 173
4 M_B_RAS# RAS# DQ29 VSS44
113 68 M_B_DQ30 C695 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 MVREF_DQ_DIMMB 1 178
4 M_B_W E# WE# DQ30 VREF_DQ VSS45
SA0_B_DIM0 197 70 M_B_DQ31 126 179
SA1_B_DIM0 201 SA0 DQ31 129 M_B_DQ32 VREF_CA VSS46 184

B_0
SA1 DQ32 4 MVREF_DQ_DIMMB VSS47
202 131 M_B_DQ33 185
9,11,23 SMB_CLK SCL DQ33 VSS48
200 141 M_B_DQ34 R643 0_04 MVREF_DIMB_0 2 189
9,11,23 SMB_DATA SDA DQ34 4,9,11 +V_VREF_CA_DIMM VSS1 VSS49
143 M_B_DQ35 3 190
116 DQ35 130 M_B_DQ36 C741 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 8 VSS2 VSS50 195
4 M_B_ODT0 ODT0 DQ36 VSS3 VSS51
120 132 M_B_DQ37 C740 0.1u_10V_X5R_04 9 196
4 M_B_ODT1 ODT1 DQ37 VSS4 VSS52
3.3VS 140 M_B_DQ38 13
11 DQ38 142 M_B_DQ39 14 VSS5
28 DM0 DQ39 147 M_B_DQ40 19 VSS6
46 DM1 DQ40 149 M_B_DQ41 20 VSS7 VDDQ_VTT
R274 10K_04 SA1_B_DIM0 63 DM2 DQ41 157 M_B_DQ42 25 VSS8
136 DM3 DQ42 159 M_B_DQ43 26 VSS9 203
R275 10K_04 SA0_B_DIM0 153 DM4 DQ43 146 M_B_DQ44 31 VSS10 VTT1 204
170 DM5 DQ44 148 M_B_DQ45 32 VSS11 VTT2
187 DM6 DQ45 158 M_B_DQ46 37 VSS12 GND1
DM7 DQ46 160 M_B_DQ47 38 VSS13 G1 GND2
4 M_B_DQS[7:0]
M_B_DQS0 12 DQ47 163 M_B_DQ48
CLOSE TO SO-DIMM1 43 VSS14 G2
M_B_DQS1 29 DQS0 DQ48 165 M_B_DQ49 VSS15
M_B_DQS2 47 DQS1 DQ49 175 M_B_DQ50 Oceantek 91-93469-172
M_B_DQS3 64 DQS2 DQ50 177 M_B_DQ51
M_B_DQS4 137 DQS3 DQ51 164 M_B_DQ52 R646 *1K_1%_04 MVREF_DIMB_0
DQS4 DQ52 V_VDDQ_DIMM
M_B_DQS5 154 166 M_B_DQ53
M_B_DQS6 171 DQS5 DQ53 174 M_B_DQ54
M_B_DQS7 188 DQS6 DQ54 176 M_B_DQ55 R648 C745
DQS7 DQ55 181 M_B_DQ56
B 4 M_B_DQS#[7:0] DQ56 B
M_B_DQS#0 10 183 M_B_DQ57 *1K_1%_04 *0.1u_10V_X5R_04
M_B_DQS#1 27 DQS0# DQ57 191 M_B_DQ58
M_B_DQS#2 45 DQS1# DQ58 193 M_B_DQ59
M_B_DQS#3 62 DQS2# DQ59 180 M_B_DQ60
M_B_DQS#4 135 DQS3# DQ60 182 M_B_DQ61
M_B_DQS#5 152 DQS4# DQ61 192 M_B_DQ62
M_B_DQS#6 169 DQS5# DQ62 194 M_B_DQ63
M_B_DQS#7 186 DQS6# DQ63
DQS7#
Oceantek 91-93469-172

VDDQ_VTT P/N:6-86-24204-031
C735 C733 C731 C730 C734 Layout Note:
*10u_6.3V_X5R_06 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 SO-DIMM_1 is placed farther from the GMCH than SO-DIMM_0

V_VDDQ_DIMM

3,4,5,9,11,41 V_VDDQ_DIMM
C718 C715 C713 C445 C437 C432
9,11,41 VDDQ_VTT
3,6,9,11,12,13,22,23,24,25,26,28,29,30,31,32,34,35,36,37,38,39,43,44 3.3VS
A 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 *1u_6.3V_X5R_04 *1u_6.3V_X5R_04 A

V_VDDQ_DIMM

!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
+ C750 C477 C459 C648 C768 C769 C454 C440 C439 C478 Title
[10] DDR3 SO-DIMM_B_0
330u_2.5V_6.6*6.6*4.2 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 *10u_6.3V_X5R_06
Size Document Number Rev
D03 A3 6-71-W35S0-D03 1.0

Date: Monday, January 14, 2013 Sheet 10 of 54


5 4 3 2 1

DDR3 SO-DIMM B_0 B - 11


Schematic Diagrams

DDR3 SO-DIMM A_1

5 4 3 2 1

SO-DIMM A_1
CHANGE TO STANDARD

JDIMM3A
4,9 M_A_A[15:0] M_A_DQ[63:0] 4,9
D M_A_A0 98 5 M_A_DQ0 JDIMM3B D
M_A_A1 97 A0 DQ0 7 M_A_DQ1
M_A_A2 96 A1 DQ1 15 M_A_DQ2
M_A_A3 95 A2 DQ2 17 M_A_DQ3 V_VDDQ_DIMM
M_A_A4 92 A3 DQ3 4 M_A_DQ4
M_A_A5 91 A4 DQ4 6 M_A_DQ5 75 44
M_A_A6 90 A5 DQ5 16 M_A_DQ6 76 VDD1 VSS16 48
M_A_A7 86 A6 DQ6 18 M_A_DQ7 81 VDD2 VSS17 49
M_A_A8 89 A7 DQ7 21 M_A_DQ8 82 VDD3 VSS18 54
Layout Note: M_A_A9 85 A8 DQ8 23 M_A_DQ9 87 VDD4 VSS19 55
B.Schematic Diagrams

M_A_A10 107 A9 DQ9 33 M_A_DQ10 88 VDD5 VSS20 60


signal/space/signal: M_A_A11 84 A10/AP DQ10 35 M_A_DQ11 93 VDD6 VSS21 61
M_A_A12 83 A11 DQ11 22 M_A_DQ12 94 VDD7 VSS22 65
8/4/8 M_A_A13 119 A12/BC# DQ12 24 M_A_DQ13 3.3VS 99 VDD8 VSS23 66
M_A_A14 80 A13 DQ13 34 M_A_DQ14 100 VDD9 VSS24 71
M_A_A15 78 A14 DQ14 36 M_A_DQ15
20mils 105 VDD10 VSS25 72
A15 DQ15 39 M_A_DQ16 106 VDD11 VSS26 127
109 DQ16 41 M_A_DQ17 C408 C412 111 VDD12 VSS27 128
4,9 M_A_BS0 BA0 DQ17 VDD13 VSS28
108 51 M_A_DQ18 112 133

Sheet 11 of 55
4,9 M_A_BS1 BA1 DQ18 VDD14 VSS29
79 53 M_A_DQ19 1u_6.3V_Y5V_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 117 134
4,9 M_A_BS2 BA2 DQ19 VDD15 VSS30
114 40 M_A_DQ20 118 138
4 M_A_CS#2 S0# DQ20 VDD16 VSS31
121 42 M_A_DQ21 D03 123 139
4 M_A_CS#3 S1# DQ21 VDD17 VSS32
101 50 M_A_DQ22 124 144

DDR3 SO-DIMM
4 M_A_CLK_DDR2 CK0 DQ22 VDD18 VSS33
103 52 M_A_DQ23 145
4 M_A_CLK_DDR#2 CK0# DQ23 VSS34
102 57 M_A_DQ24 199 150
4 M_A_CLK_DDR3 CK1 DQ24 VDDSPD VSS35
104 59 M_A_DQ25 151
4 M_A_CLK_DDR#3 CK1# DQ25 3.3VS VSS36
73 67 M_A_DQ26 77 155

A_1
4 M_A_CKE2 CKE0 DQ26 NC1 VSS37
74 69 M_A_DQ27 122 156
4 M_A_CKE3 CKE1 DQ27 NC2 VSS38
115 56 M_A_DQ28 R273 10K_04 125 161
4,9 M_A_CAS# CAS# DQ28 NCTEST VSS39
C 110 58 M_A_DQ29 162 C
4,9 M_A_RAS# RAS# DQ29 VSS40
113 68 M_A_DQ30 198 167
4,9 M_A_W E# WE# DQ30 9,10 TS#_DIMM0_1 EVENT# VSS41
SA0_A_DIM1 197 70 M_A_DQ31 30 168
SA0 DQ31 3,9,10 DDR3_DRAMRST# RESET# VSS42
SA1_A_DIM1 201 129 M_A_DQ32 172
202 SA1 DQ32 131 M_A_DQ33 C452 2.2u_6.3V_X5R_06 VSS43 173
9,10,23 SMB_CLK SCL DQ33 VSS44
200 141 M_A_DQ34 C438 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 MVREF_DQ_DIMMA 1 178
9,10,23 SMB_DATA SDA DQ34 VREF_DQ VSS45
143 M_A_DQ35 126 179
116 DQ35 130 M_A_DQ36 VREF_CA VSS46 184
4 M_A_ODT2 ODT0 DQ36 4,9 MVREF_DQ_DIMMA VSS47
120 132 M_A_DQ37 185
4 M_A_ODT3 ODT1 DQ37 VSS48
140 M_A_DQ38 R558 0_04 MVREF_DIMA_1 2 189
DQ38 4,9,10 +V_VREF_CA_DIMM VSS1 VSS49
11 142 M_A_DQ39 3 190
28 DM0 DQ39 147 M_A_DQ40 C641 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 8 VSS2 VSS50 195
46 DM1 DQ40 149 9 VSS3 VSS51 196
DM2 DQ41
M_A_DQ41 D03 C644 0.1u_10V_X7R_04
VSS4 VSS52
63 157 M_A_DQ42 13
136 DM3 DQ42 159 M_A_DQ43 14 VSS5
153 DM4 DQ43 146 M_A_DQ44 19 VSS6
170 DM5 DQ44 148 M_A_DQ45 20 VSS7 VDDQ_VTT
187 DM6 DQ45 158 M_A_DQ46 25 VSS8
DM7 DQ46 160 M_A_DQ47 26 VSS9 203
4,9 M_A_DQS[7:0] DQ47 VSS10 VTT1
M_A_DQS0 12 163 M_A_DQ48 CLOSE TO SO-DIMM_1 31 204
M_A_DQS1 29 DQS0 DQ48 165 M_A_DQ49 32 VSS11 VTT2
M_A_DQS2 47 DQS1 DQ49 175 M_A_DQ50 37 VSS12 GND1
M_A_DQS3 64 DQS2 DQ50 177 M_A_DQ51 38 VSS13 G1 GND2
M_A_DQS4 137 DQS3 DQ51 164 M_A_DQ52 43 VSS14 G2
M_A_DQS5 154 DQS4 DQ52 166 M_A_DQ53 R555 *1K_1%_04 MVREF_DIMA_1 VSS15
DQS5 DQ53 V_VDDQ_DIMM
M_A_DQS6 171 174 M_A_DQ54 91-93469-179
M_A_DQS7 188 DQS6 DQ54 176 M_A_DQ55
DQS7 DQ55 181 M_A_DQ56 R559 C645
4,9 M_A_DQS#[7:0] DQ56
M_A_DQS#0 10 183 M_A_DQ57
B M_A_DQS#1 27 DQS0# DQ57 191 M_A_DQ58 *1K_1%_04 *0.1u_10V_X7R_04 B
M_A_DQS#2 45 DQS1# DQ58 193 M_A_DQ59
M_A_DQS#3 62 DQS2# DQ59 180 M_A_DQ60
M_A_DQS#4 135 DQS3# DQ60 182 M_A_DQ61
M_A_DQS#5 152 DQS4# DQ61 192 M_A_DQ62
M_A_DQS#6 169 DQS5# DQ62 194 M_A_DQ63
M_A_DQS#7 186 DQS6# DQ63
DQS7#
91-93469-179
3.3VS

VDDQ_VTT P/N:6-86-24204-029 R266 10K_04 SA0_A_DIM1


R269 10K_04 SA1_A_DIM1

C407 C451 C455 C441 C423

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

V_VDDQ_DIMM
D03

C721 C714 C720 C717 C467 C466 C716 C622 C719 C448 C649 C422 C651 C626 C623

0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 *10u_6.3V_X5R_06 *1u_6.3V_X5R_04 *1u_6.3V_X5R_04 *0.1u_10V_X5R_04
A A
3,4,5,9,10,41 V_VDDQ_DIMM
V_VDDQ_DIMM 9,10,41 VDDQ_VTT
3,6,9,10,12,13,22,23,24,25,26,28,29,30,31,32,34,35,36,37,38,39,43,44 3.3VS

+ C739 + C473 C463 C737 C450 C446 C449 C625 C447 C624
!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
Title
560u_2.5V_6.6*6.6*5.9 *330u_2.5V_6.6*6.6*4.2 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 [11] DDR3 SO-DIMM_A_1
Size Document Number Rev
A3 6-71-W35S0-D03 3.0

Date: Monday, January 14, 2013 Sheet 11 of 54


5 4 3 2 1

B - 12 DDR3 SO-DIMM A_1


Schematic Diagrams

PS8625
5 4 3 2 1

3.3VS 3.3VS

VDDIO

VDDIO
L57 L52 L51 L56
HCB1005KF-121T20 HCB1005KF-121T20 BCIHP0420TB-2R2M HCB1005KF-121T20
3.3VS VDDIO 3.3VS VDDIOX SW _OUT 1 2 VDD12 VDDRX

R489 R502
C602 C601 C562 C566 10K_04 10K_04
C563
0.47u_10V_Y5V_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 0.47u_10V_Y5V_04 4.7u_25V_X5R_08 C590
4.7u_25V_X5R_08 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 PANEL_VCC_EN PANEL_VCC_EN 13

RST#
PD#
D ENBLT ENBLT 13 D

PANEL_PW M PANEL_PW M 13

C571 C573
W>^tKhdWWW 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 2.2u_6.3V_X5R_04 LVDS-L0N LVDS-L0N 13
LVDS-L0P LVDS-L0P 13
d^tKhd
LVDS-L1N
d'EyWWW'EW^'E'E LVDS-L1P
LVDS-L1N 13
d'E'E'E'EW Single link LVDS-L1P 13 (Odd)
LVDS
W&s/Kys/Ky LVDS-L2N LVDS-L2N 13
LVDS-L2P

B.Schematic Diagrams
LVDS-L2P 13
d'E&s/Ky'E&/
LVDS-LCLKN LVDS-LCLKN 13

BRIGHTNESS_8625
W>s/KyW^ VDDIO LVDS-LCLKP LVDS-LCLKP 13

LVDS-LCLKN
LVDS-LCLKP
R486 1K_04

LVDS-L0N

LVDS-L1N

LVDS-L2N
LVDS-L0P

LVDS-L1P

LVDS-L2P
6 EDP_HPD HPD C579 Dual link
0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 LVDS

6 DP_AUXN
C88
DAUXn
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
LVDS-U0N
LVDS-U0P

LVDS-U1N
LVDS-U0N
LVDS-U0P
13
13 Sheet 12 of 55

56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
LVDS-U1N 13
DAUXp
Note:
The decoupling caps C9, C15, C16, C17, C18, C21
U29 LVDS-U1P LVDS-U1P 13
PS8625

NC
NC
TA0n
TA0p
TB0n
TB0p
VDDIO
TC0n
TC0p
TCK0n
TCK0p
PWMI
TD0n
TD0p
6 DP_AUXP shall be close to the power pins as possible
C97 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 LVDS-U2N LVDS-U2N 13 (Even)
LVDS-U2P LVDS-U2P 13
C C
DAUXn 1 42 LVDS-U0N LVDS-UCLKN
DAUXn TA1n LVDS-UCLKN 13
DAUXp 2 41 LVDS-U0P LVDS-UCLKP
DAUXp TA1p LVDS-UCLKP 13
GND_A 3 40 LVDS-U1N
DRX0p 4 GND TB1n 39 LVDS-U1P
DRX0p DRX0n 5 DRX0p TB1p 38 VDDIO
6 EDP_TXP_0 6 DRX0n VDDIO 37
C27 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 VDDRX LVDS-U2N
DRX1p 7 VDDRX TC1n 36 LVDS-U2P L55 *15mil_short_06
DRX1n 8 DRX1p
DRX1n
PS8625 TC1p
TCK1n
35 LVDS-UCLKN
DRX0n RST# 9 34 LVDS-UCLKP
6 EDP_TXN_0 10 RST# TCK1p 33
C28 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 C585 PD# PANEL_VCC_EN C600
C575 HPD 11 PD# ENPVCC/I2C_ADDR 32 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
HPD TD1n
0.01u_16V_X7R_04
0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 PANEL_PW M 12 31

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

CSDA/MSDA
VDDIOX 14 29 P_DDC_CLK P_DDC_DATA

CSCL/MSCL
TESTMODE
VDDIOX DDC_SCL P_DDC_DATA 13

RLV_CFG

BLV_AMP
SW_OUT
SW_OUT
DRX1p GND_A 57

VDD12

ENBLT
6 EDP_TXP_1 Epad

GNDX
GNDX

REXT
C29 0.1u_10V_X7R_04

GND
To LVDS Connector
DRX1n
6 EDP_TXN_1

15
16
17
18
19
20
RLV_LNK/GPIO0 21
22
23
SMD_VGA_THERM 24
SMC_VGA_THERM 25
R461 4.99K_1%_04 PS8625_REXT 26
27
28
C30 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 KW/WZKD
3.3VS

6-03-08625-030

R460 4.99K_1%_04 RLV_AMP


RLV_CFG
SW_OUT
SW_OUT

GND_A
VDD12

ENBLT
A C BRIGHTNESS_8625
25 L_BRIGHTNESS_R
D19 RB751S-40C2
R537
A C *4.7K_04
38 BRIGHTNESS_EC
D20 *RB751S-40C2
B U35 B
R533 8 1
C561C565 7 VCC A0 2
*100K_04 WP A1
P_DDC_CLK 6 3
SCL A2
0.01u_16V_X7R_04

0.1u_16V_Y5V_04

P_DDC_DATA 5 4
D03 SDA GND
*PM25LD010C-SCE

Noe:
R13: LVDS output swing control Panel EDID if there is no EDID on LVDS panel
4.99K for default swing, change the value for swing adjust

Power On Configuration

GND R463 *4.7K_04 RLV_CFG R462 4.7K_04 VDDIO

RLV_CFG: LVDS color depth and data mapping selection, internal pull-down ~80K
L: 8-bit LVDS, VESA mapping DAUXn R665 *0_04 R671 *0_04 LVDS-U0N
M: 8-bit LVDS, JEIDA mapping 3.3VS DAUXp R666 *0_04 R672 *0_04 LVDS-U0P
H: 6-bit LVDS, both VESA and JEIDA mapping
DRX0p R667 *0_04 R673 *0_04 LVDS-U1N
DRX0n R668 *0_04 R674 *0_04 LVDS-U1P

RLV_LNK/GPIO0 VDDIO /WZKD


R423 4.7K_04

R415 4.7K_04

R464 4.7K_04
DRX1p R669 *0_04 R676 *0_04 LVDS-U2N
RLV_LNK: LVDS single link or dual link selection, internal pull-down ~80K DRX1n R670 *0_04 R675 *0_04 LVDS-U2P
A L: Single link LVDS 3.3VS A
H: Dual link LVDS U23
8 1
FOR eDP Panel
RLV_LNK/GPIO0 7 VCC A0 2
PANEL_VCC_EN R488 *4.7K_04 VDDIO R424 *0_04 6 WP A1 3
20,23,38 SMC_VGA_THERM 5 SCL A2 4
R416 *0_04
20,23,38 SMD_VGA_THERM SDA GND
!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
I2C_ADDR: I2C Slave address selection, internal pull-down ~80K
L: 0x10h~0x1Fh PM25LD010C-SCE
H: 0x90h~0x9Fh I2C_CFG = "H"
EEPROM for Initial Code Title
I2C Address: 0xA0
Suggest minimum 2Kbit
[12] PS8625(EDP TO LVDS)
Size Document Number Rev
3,6,9,10,11,13,22,23,24,25,26,28,29,30,31,32,34,35,36,37,38,39,43,44
2,3,13,20,22,26,27,28,29,30,31,32,33,37,39,41,44,45
3.3VS
3.3V Custom 6-71-W35S0-D03 1.0

Date: Monday, January 14, 2013 Sheet 12 of 54


5 4 3 2 1

PS8625 B - 13
Schematic Diagrams

Panel, Inverter, CRT

5 4 3 2 1

PANEL POWER PANEL CONNECTOR 3.3VS

,
J_LCD1 TOP
94V-0
W370ET/W350ETQ R591 R589

2.2K_04

2.2K_04
GND1
GND2
A & B ,UL 94V-0
panel
J_LCD1

Gnd 1
Gnd 2
1 2 P_DDC_DATA 12
12 LVDS-UCLKN 3 4 P_DDC_CLK 12
D 12 LVDS-UCLKP D
PLVDD 5 6
7 8 LVDS-U2N 12
3.3VS PN:G5243A--6-02-05243-9C0 12 LVDS-U1N 9 10 LVDS-U2P 12
U11 2A 12 LVDS-U1P 11 12
4 1
VIN VOUT 13 14 LVDS-U0N 12
5
VIN 12 LVDS-LCLKN 15 16 LVDS-U0P 12
NEAR PIN4,5 12 LVDS-LCLKP 17 18
R260
19 20 LVDS-L2N 12
C397 3 2
EN GND 12 LVDS-L1N 21 22 LVDS-L2P 12
1u_6.3V_X5R_04 C394 *100K_04
12 LVDS-L1P 23 24
G5243A
2A
B.Schematic Diagrams

25 26 3.3VS
>100 mil 1u_6.3V_X5R_04
12 LVDS-L0N 27 28 PLVDD
R255 0_04
12 PANEL_VCC_EN 12 LVDS-L0P 29 30 INV_BLON
NB_ENAVDD R256 *0_04 R528 *10K_04 BRIGHTNESS_R 31 32
PLVDD 33 34

AC
35 36 LEDPL_VIN
D21
37 38 C619 C634
R257 R512 *10mil_short *BAV99 RECTIFIER 39 40
12 PANEL_PW M
100K_04 87216-4006

Sheet 13 of 55

0.1u_16V_Y5V_04

0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
C

A
3.3V
C588 6-20-41A10-220
87216-4006
Panel, Inverter, *0.1u_16V_Y5V_04

LED PANEL (LVDS Dual Channel). P_GND .


CRT C
2
PJ6
1
L58
HCB1608KF-121T25 R376
D03
100K_04 3.3V C

VIN LEDPL_VIN 3.3V


OPEN_2A R664 0_04
25 BLON
8 U18A

14
3 7 74LVC08PW U18B

14
C351 C359 2 6 R677 *0_04 1 74LVC08PW
26 SB_BLON 3.3V
1 5 3 BLON1 4
Q7 PIN
0.1u_50V_Y5V_06

0.1u_50V_Y5V_06

Q3 R663 0_04 2 6 BLON2


C356 38 BKL_EN
*P2003EVG 5
4

3.3V

7
R529 U18C

14
7
*0.22u_50V_Y5V_06 *220_06 74LVC08PW
R237 R251 9
6 R377 0_04 3.3V 8 INV_BLON
D 12 ENBLT
*1M_04 *10K_04 10
R227 *100K_04 Q5A R374 *100K_04 U18D

14
3.3V
LVDD_EN# 2 G *MTDN7002ZHS6R 74LVC08PW
D

7
Q4 3 S 12 R389 C538
D 35,38 LID_SW #
*MTN7002ZHS3 1 11 LID_SW #1
G Q5B 13 100K_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04
25,38 NB_ENAVDD 24,38,43 ALL_SYS_PW RGD
5 G *MTDN7002ZHS6R
S

7
4

B B
J_CRT1
108AH15DST04A8CC

CRT 3.3VS
25
25 DAC_RED

DAC_GREEN
L4

L5
.
.
FCM1005MF-600T01

FCM1005MF-600T01
L1

L2
.
.
0_04

0_04
FRED

FGRN
1

2
9

10
L6 . FCM1005MF-600T01 L3 . 0_04 FBLUE 3
25 DAC_BLUE
11
C A 5VS C23 C24 C25 C20 C21 C22 C11 C13 C15 4
R3 R2 D1 RB751S-40C2 12 DDCDATA
2.2K_04 2.2K_04 R7 R8 R9 5

10p_50V_NPO_04

10p_50V_NPO_04

10p_50V_NPO_04

22p_50V_NPO_04

22p_50V_NPO_04

22p_50V_NPO_04

*10p_50V_NPO_04

*10p_50V_NPO_04

*10p_50V_NPO_04
R4 R1 13 HSYNC
2.2K_04 6

150_1%_04

150_1%_04

150_1%_04
2.2K_04
14 VSYNC
7
U1 15 DDCLK
10 9 DDCDATA 8
25 DAC_DDCADATA DDC_IN1 DDC_OUT1

1000p_50V_X7R_04

1000p_50V_X7R_04
220p_50V_NPO_04

220p_50V_NPO_04
11 12 DDCLK
25 DAC_DDCACLK

GND1
GND2
DDC_IN2 DDC_OUT2

C16
C12

C14

C17
13 14 HSYNC_C R6 33_04 HSYNC
25 DAC_HSYNC SYNC_IN1 SYNC_OUT1
15 16 VSYNC_C R10 33_04 VSYNC
25 DAC_VSYNC SYNC_IN2 SYNC_OUT2

5VS R5 1_04 1 3 FRED


VCC_SYNC VIDEO_1

3.3VS 2 4 FGRN
VCC_VIDEO VIDEO_2
A A
C19 C26 7 5 FBLUE
VCC_DDC VIDEO_3
BYP 8 6
0.22u_10V_Y5V_04

0.22u_10V_Y5V_04

BYP GND

!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
IP4772CZ16
C18

0.22u_10V_Y5V_04 Title
TI
39,40,41,42,43,44,45,46
22,31,32,35,36,37,39,43,44
VIN
5VS
[13] PANEL,INVERTER,CRT
IP4772CZ16 PN:6-02-47721-B60 2,3,20,22,26,27,28,29,30,31,32,33,37,39,41,44,45 3.3V Size Document Number Rev
3,6,9,10,11,12,22,23,24,25,26,28,29,30,31,32,34,35,36,37,38,39,43,44 3.3VS
A3 6-71-W35S0-D03 3.0

Date: Monday, January 14, 2013 Sheet 13 of 54


5 4 3 2 1

B - 14 Panel, Inverter, CRT


Schematic Diagrams

VGA PCI-E Interface

E D C B A

3V3_RUN

3V3_RUN R355

10K_04
G

Q13
D S *MTN7002ZHS3 PEX_CLKREQ# U17A
30 PEG_CLKREQ#
BGA_0908_P080_P085_P100_290X290
COMMON
R359
1/19 PCI_EXPRESS
Reserve
*100K_04 PEX_VDD
SNN_PEXWAKE AJ11 PEX_WAKE
PEX_IOVDD AG19
D
AJ12 PEX_RST PEX_IOVDD AG21 D
25 PERSTB# AG22
PEX_IOVDD C190 C202 C180 C217 C211 C545 C537
PEX_CLKREQ# AK12 PEX_CLKREQ PEX_IOVDD AG24
PEX_IOVDD AH21 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08
VGA_PEXCLK AL13 PEX_REFCLK PEX_IOVDD AH25
30 VGA_PEXCLK AK13
VGA_PEXCLK# PEX_REFCLK
30 VGA_PEXCLK#
3300 mA total
C106 0.22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX0 AK14 PEX_TX0
2 PEG_RX0
C120 0.22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX0# AJ14 PEX_TX0 PLACE NEAR BALLS PLACE NEAR BGA
2 PEG_RX#0
AN12 PEX_RX0
2 PEG_TX0 AM12 AG13
PEX_RX0 PEX_IOVDDQ PEX_VDD
2 PEG_TX#0 AG15
2 PEG_RX1
C128
C138
0.22u_10V_X5R_04
0.22u_10V_X5R_04
PEX_RX1
PEX_RX1#
AH14
AG14
PEX_TX1
PEX_IOVDDQ
PEX_IOVDDQ AG16
AG18
3V3_RUN N14E-GE ES sample
PEX_TX1 PEX_IOVDDQ

B.Schematic Diagrams
2 PEG_RX#1 AG25
PEX_IOVDDQ C240 C143 C194 C243 C204 C282 C279
AN14 PEX_RX1 PEX_IOVDDQ AH15 R329 *14.7K_1%_04 VGA_ROM_SI R330 45.3K_1%_04
2 PEG_TX1 AM14 AH18
PEX_RX1 PEX_IOVDDQ 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 22u_6.3V_X5R_08
2 PEG_TX#1
PEX_IOVDDQ AH26 R99 4.99K_1%_04 VGA_ROM_SO R98 *10K_1%_04
C140 0.22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX2 AK15 PEX_TX2 PEX_IOVDDQ AH27
2 PEG_RX2 AJ15 AJ27
C148 0.22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX2# PEX_TX2 PEX_IOVDDQ R42 *4.99K_1%_04 VGA_ROM_SCLK R43 34.8k_1%_04
2 PEG_RX#2 AK27
PEX_IOVDDQ
AP14 PEX_RX2 PEX_IOVDDQ AL27 PLACE NEAR BALLS PLACE NEAR BGA R338 45.3K_1%_04 VGA_STRAP0 R339 *4.99K_1%_04
2 PEG_TX2
AP15 PEX_RX2 PEX_IOVDDQ AM28
2 PEG_TX#2 AN28
PEX_IOVDDQ R325 *4.99K_1%_04 VGA_STRAP1 R324 4.99K_1%_04
C154 0.22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX3 AL16 PEX_TX3
2 PEG_RX3 AK16
C167 0.22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX3# PEX_TX3 R58 *4.99K_1%_04 VGA_STRAP2 R51 15K_1%_04
2 PEG_RX#3

2
2

2
2
PEG_TX3
PEG_TX#3

PEG_RX4
PEG_RX#4
C169
C176
0.22u_10V_X5R_04
0.22u_10V_X5R_04
PEX_RX4
PEX_RX4#
AN15
AM15

AK17
AJ17
PEX_RX3
PEX_RX3

PEX_TX4
PEX_TX4 R51
R328

R327
*45.3K_1%_04

*10K_04
VGA_STRAP3

VGA_STRAP4
R342

R318
4.99K_1%_04

45.3K_1%_04 Sheet 14 of 55
VGA PCI-E
AN17 It leaves as NC for N13P-PES
2 PEG_TX4 PEX_RX4
AM17 PEX_RX4 ADD For N13E-GE
2 PEG_TX#4 FCM1005MF-300T03
16mil 3V3_RUN
C179 0.22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX5 AH17 PEX_TX5 R81 PEX_VDD 6-19-31001-268
2 PEG_RX5
C185 0.22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX5# AG17 PEX_TX5 0_04 210 mA total
2 PEG_RX#5 AH12 16mil

Interface
C PEX_PLL_HVDD C
AP17 PEX_RX5 L7 FCM1005MF-300T03 VID_PLLVDD
2 PEG_TX5 AP18 AG12
PEX_RX5 PEX_SVDD_3V3 C84 C104 C105
2 PEG_TX#5
D03 C80 C95 U17O
C196 0.22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX6 AK18 PEX_TX6 0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06 4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06 BGA_0908_P080_P085_P100_290X290
2 PEG_RX6 AJ18
C205 0.22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX6# PEX_TX6 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 COMMON
2 PEG_RX#6
PEX_VDD 12/19 XTAL_PLL
AN18 PEX_RX6
2 PEG_TX6 AM18 PEX_RX6 PLACE NEAR BALLS L8
2 PEG_TX#6
FCM1608KF-181T05 12mil AD8 PLLVDD
C195 0.22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX7 AL19 PEX_TX7 AE8 SP_PLLVDD
2 PEG_RX7 AK19
C187 0.22u_10V_X5R_04 PEX_RX7# PEX_TX7
2 PEG_RX#7 AD7
C86 C89 C107 C118 VID_PLLVDD NC
AN20 PEX_RX7
2 PEG_TX7
AM20 PEX_RX7 4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 GF108/GKx GF117
2 PEG_TX#7
AK20 PEX_TX8
AJ20 PEX_TX8
VDD_SENSE L4 PS1_VDD_SENSE PLACE NEAR BGA PLACE NEAR BALLS X_SSIN H1 XTALSSIN XTALOUTBUFF J4 X_OUTBUFF
PS1_VDD_SENSE 44
AP20 PEX_RX8
AP21 PEX_RX8
GND_SENSE L5 PS1_GND_SENSE H3 XTALIN XTALOUT H2
PS1_GND_SENSE 44
AH20 PEX_TX9 R18 R341
AG20 PEX_TX9 N14E-GE-A1 QS
10K_04 10K_04
AN21 PEX_RX9
AM21 PEX_RX9
X2 FSX5L27.000000M20FAQ
AK21 PEX_TX10 XTAL_IN 1 2 XTAL_OUT
AJ21 PEX_TX10
3V3AUX_NC P8 SNN_3V3AUX C493 C492
AN23 PEX_RX10
AM23 PEX_RX10 18p_50V_NPO_04 18p_50V_NPO_04

AL22 PEX_TX11
AK22 PEX_TX11

AP23 PEX_RX11
AP24 PEX_RX11
B PEX_TSTCLK_OUT AJ26 PEX_TSTCLK_OUT B
AK23 PEX_TX12 PEX_TSTCLK_OUT AK26 PEX_TSTCLK_OUT# 200_1%_04 R111
AJ23 PEX_TX12

AN24 PEX_RX12
AM24 PEX_RX12 16mil
PEX_VDD
AH23 150 mA total 3V3_RUN
AG23
PEX_TX13
PEX_TX13 PEX_PLLVDD AG26 PEX_PLLVDD R382 0_04 U17P
BGA_0908_P080_P085_P100_290X290
VBIOS ROM
AN26 PEX_RX13 C230 C531 C533 COMMON 3V3_RUN
AM26 PEX_RX13 13/19 MISC2
0.1u_16V_Y5V_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06 R41
AK24 PEX_TX14 U5
AJ24 PEX_TX14 TESTMODE AK11 GPU_TESTMODE R83 10K_04 10K_04 7 HOLD VCC 8
PLACE NEAR BALLS PLACE NEAR BGA 3 WP
AP26 PEX_RX14 ROM_CS H6 VGA_ROM_CS# 1 CS C130
AP27 PEX_RX14 1u->0.1u C990525
ROM_SI H5 VGA_ROM_SI 5 SI *0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
AL25 PEX_TX15 ROM_SO H7 VGA_ROM_SO 2 SO
AK25 PEX_TX15 VGA_STRAP0 J2 STRAP0 ROM_SCLK H4 VGA_ROM_SCLK 6 SCK GND 4
VGA_STRAP1 J7 STRAP1
AN27 PEX_RX15 PEX_TERMP AP29 PEX_TERMP R403 2.49K_1%_04 R398 0_06 VGA_STRAP2 J6 STRAP2 MX25L5121EMC-20G
AM27 PEX_RX15 VGA_STRAP3 J5 STRAP3
VGA_STRAP4 J3 STRAP4 6-04-25512-B71
3V3_MISC Q10
N14E-GE-A1 QS *QM3009K
S D
3V3_RUN
3V3_MISC 6-04-25512-B70
6-04-25512-B72
0.5MM 6-04-25010-490
BUFRST L2 R37 10K_04

R285 *100K_04 3V3_MISC_EN R284 *1K_04 3V3_MISC_EN_Q R20 M_STRAP_REF0 J1 MULTISTRAP_REF_GND CEC L3 R335 *10K_04 3V3_RUN
40.2K_1%_04
0.5MM
D

U17F 3V3_MISC_G
BGA_0908_P080_P085_P100_290X290
COMMON C129 C103 C486 *0.1u_10V_X7R_04 Q9 G
GPU_PWROK 44
A 18/19 NC/VDD33 C127 C126 C100 R290 *MTN7002ZHS3 A
S

0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 1u_16V_X5R_06 4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06 *0_04


AC6 NC VDD33 J8 N14E-GE-A1 QS
AJ28 NC VDD33 K8
AJ4 NC VDD33 L8
AJ5 NC VDD33 M8
AL11
GPU C15
NC
NC
16mil
D03
D19 NC R293 0_04 3V3_RUN
H12 H11 H5 D20 NC
H8_0D4_4 H8_0D4_4 H8_0D4_4 D23
D26
H31
NC
NC
NC
C91

0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
C92

0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
C115

0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
C116

0.1u_16V_Y5V_04
C117

1u_6.3V_X5R_04
C487

4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06
15,44 PEX_VDD !!!!!DMFWP!DP/
T8 15,20,44 3V3_RUN
NC Title
V32 NC
PLACE UNDER BALLS PLACE NEAR BGA
39,40,42,44
2,3,13,20,22,26,27,28,29,30,31,32,33,37,39,41,44,45
SYS15V
3.3V [14] VGA PCI-E Interface
3,6,9,10,11,12,13,22,23,24,25,26,28,29,30,31,32,34,35,36,37,38,39,43,44 3.3VS
Size Document Number Rev

N14E-GE-A1 QS
Custom 6-71-W35S0-D03 1.0

Date: Monday, January 14, 2013 Sheet 14 of 54


E D C B A

VGA PCI-E Interface B - 15


Schematic Diagrams

VGA Frame Buffer Interface

5 4 3 2 1

Frame Buffer Interface Term Description


The total trace length measured
from GPU ball to capacitor is
Under GPU no more than 150 mil

The total trace length measured U17C


from GPU ball to capacitor is no
U17B Near GPU more than 850 mil BGA_0908_P080_P085_P100_290X290
BGA_0908_P080_P085_P100_290X290 COMMON FBB_CMD[31:0]
FBB_CMD[31:0] 18,19
COMMON 3/19 FBB
2/19 FBA

FBB_D[31:0]
FBA_D[31:0] 18 FBB_D[31:0]
16 FBA_D[31:0] G9
FBB_D0 FBB_D0
FBA_D0 L28 FBA_D0 FB_CLAMP E1 R326 0_04 FBB_D1 E9 FBB_D1
M29 GPIO_FB_CLAMP 20,38,45 G8
FBA_D1 FBA_D1 FBB_D2 FBB_D2 U17D
D FBA_D2 L29 FBA_D2 R340 10K_04 FBB_D3 F9 FBB_D3 BGA_0908_P080_P085_P100_290X290 D
FBA_D3 M28 FBA_D3 FBB_D4 F11 FBB_D4 COMMON
FBA_D4 N31 FBA_D4 FBB_D5 G11 FBB_D5 15/19 FBVDDQ FBVDDQ
FBA_D5 P29 FBA_D5 FB_DLL_AVDD K27 L23 . FCM1005KF-600T03 FBB_D6 F12 FBB_D6
PEX_VDD
FBA_D6 R29 FBA_D6 FBB_D7 G12 FBB_D7 FBVDDQ AA27
FBA_D7 P28 FBA_D7 FBB_D8 G6 FBB_D8 FBVDDQ AA30
FBA_D8 J28 FBA_D8 C216 FBB_D9 F5 FBB_D9 FBVDDQ AB27 C225 C288 C270 C269
FBA_D9 H29 FBA_D9 C234 FBB_D10 E6 FBB_D10 FBVDDQ AB33
FBA_D10 J29 FBA_D10 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 CMD FBB_D11 F6 FBB_D11 FBVDDQ AC27 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04
FBA_D11 H28 FBA_D11 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 FBB_D12 F4 FBB_D12 FBVDDQ AD27
FBA_D12 G29
Zo=45 ohm FBB_D13 G4 AE27
FBA_D12
L<2.7"(540ps) FBB_D13 CMD FBVDDQ
CMD FBA_D13 E31 FBA_D13 FBB_D14 E2 FBB_D14 FBVDDQ AF27
FBA_D14 E32 FBB_D15 F3 Zo=45 ohm AG27 PLACE UNDER BGA
Zo=45 ohm FBA_D14 FBB_D15 FBVDDQ
FBA_D15 F30 FBA_D15 FBB_D16 C2 FBB_D16
L<2.7"(540ps) FBVDDQ B13
L<2.7"(540ps) FBA_D16 C34 FBA_D16 N14E-GE FBA_DPLLAVDD FBB_D17 D4 FBB_D17 FBVDDQ B16
B.Schematic Diagrams

FBA_D17 D32 FBA_D17 FBB_D18 D3 FBB_D18 FBVDDQ B19


FBA_D18 B33 FBA_D18 FBB_D19 C1 FBB_D19 FBVDDQ E13
FBA_D19 C33 FBA_D19 FBB_D20 B3 FBB_D20 FBVDDQ E16
FBA_D20 F33 FBA_D20 FBB_D21 C4 FBB_D21 FBVDDQ E19 C208 C320 C186 C229
FBA_D21 F32 FBA_D21 FBB_D22 B5 FBB_D22 FBVDDQ H10
FBA_D22 H33 FBA_D22 FBB_D23 C5 FBB_D23 FBVDDQ H11 4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06 4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 22u_6.3V_X5R_08
FBA_D23 H32 FBA_D23 FBB_D24 A11 FBB_D24 FBVDDQ H12
FBA_D24 P34 FBA_D24 FBB_D25 C11 FBB_D25 FBVDDQ H13
FBA_D25 P32 FBA_D25 FBB_D26 D11 FBB_D26 FBVDDQ H14 PLACE CLOSE BGA
FBA_D26 P31 FBA_D26 FBA_CMD[31:0] FBB_D27 B11 FBB_D27 FBVDDQ H15
P33 FBA_CMD[31:0] 16,17 D8 H16
FBA_D27 FBA_D27 FBB_D28 FBB_D28 FBVDDQ
FBA_D28 L31 FBA_D28 FBB_D29 A8 FBB_D29 FBVDDQ H18
FBA_D29 L34 FBA_D29 FBB_D30 C8 FBB_D30 FBVDDQ H19
FBA_D30 L32 FBA_D30 FBB_D[63:32] FBB_D31 B8 FBB_D31 FBVDDQ H20

Sheet 15 of 55
FBA_D[63:32] L33 19 FBB_D[63:32] F24 H21
FBA_D31 FBA_D31 FBB_D32 FBB_D32 FBVDDQ
17 FBA_D[63:32] AG28 G23 D13 H22
FBA_D32 FBA_D32 FBB_D33 FBB_D33 FBB_CMD0 FBB_CMD0 FBVDDQ FBVDDQ
FBA_D33 AF29 FBA_D33 FBA_CMD0 U30 FBA_CMD0 FBB_D34 E24 FBB_D34 FBB_CMD1 E14 FBB_CMD1 FBVDDQ H23
FBA_D34 AG29 FBA_D34 FBA_CMD1 T31 FBA_CMD1 FBB_D35 G24 FBB_D35 FBB_CMD2 F14 FBB_CMD2 FBVDDQ H24
FBA_D35 AF28 FBA_D35 FBA_CMD2 U29 FBA_CMD2 FBB_D36 D21 FBB_D36 FBB_CMD3 A12 FBB_CMD3 FBVDDQ H8
FBA_D36 AD30 FBA_D36 FBA_CMD3 R34 FBA_CMD3 FBB_D37 E21 FBB_D37 FBB_CMD4 B12 FBB_CMD4 FBVDDQ H9

VGA Frame Buffer


FBA_D37 AD29 FBA_D37 FBA_CMD4 R33 FBA_CMD4 FBB_D38 G21 FBB_D38 FBB_CMD5 C14 FBB_CMD5 FBVDDQ L27 C152 C139 C166 C181
FBA_D38 AC29 FBA_D38 FBA_CMD5 U32 FBA_CMD5 CMD CMD FBB_D39 F21 FBB_D39 FBB_CMD6 B14 FBB_CMD6 FBVDDQ M27
FBA_D39 AD28 FBA_D39 FBA_CMD6 U33 FBA_CMD6 FBB_D40 G27 FBB_D40 FBB_CMD7 G15 FBB_CMD7 FBVDDQ N27 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04
FBA_D40 AJ29 U28 FBA_CMD7
Zo=45 ohm Zo=45 ohm FBB_D41 D27 F15 FBB_CMD8 P27
FBA_D40 FBA_CMD7 FBB_D41 FBB_CMD8 FBVDDQ
C FBA_D41 AK29 FBA_D41 FBA_CMD8 V28 FBA_CMD8 L<2.7"(540ps) L<2.7"(540ps) FBB_D42 G26 FBB_D42 FBB_CMD9 E15 FBB_CMD9 FBVDDQ R27 PLACE UNDER BGA C
CMD FBA_D42 AJ30 FBA_D42 FBA_CMD9 V29 FBA_CMD9 FBB_D43 E27 FBB_D43 FBB_CMD10 D15 FBB_CMD10 FBVDDQ T27

Interface
FBA_D43 AK28 FBA_D43 FBA_CMD10 V30 FBA_CMD10 FBB_D44 E29 FBB_D44 FBB_CMD11 A14 FBB_CMD11 FBVDDQ T30
Zo=45 ohm FBA_D44 AM29 U34 FBA_CMD11 FBB_D45 F29 D14 FBB_CMD12 T33
FBA_D44 FBA_CMD11 FBB_D45 FBB_CMD12 FBVDDQ
L<2.7"(540ps) FBA_D45 AM31 FBA_D45 FBA_CMD12 U31 FBA_CMD12 FBB_D46 E30 FBB_D46 FBB_CMD13 A15 FBB_CMD13 FBVDDQ V27
FBA_D46 AN29 FBA_D46 FBA_CMD13 V34 FBA_CMD13 FBB_D47 D30 FBB_D47 FBB_CMD14 B15 FBB_CMD14 FBVDDQ W27
FBA_D47 AM30 FBA_D47 FBA_CMD14 V33 FBA_CMD14 FBB_D48 A32 FBB_D48 FBB_CMD15 C17 FBB_CMD15 FBVDDQ W30
FBA_D48 AN31 FBA_D48 FBA_CMD15 Y32 FBA_CMD15 FBB_D49 C31 FBB_D49 FBB_CMD16 D18 FBB_CMD16 FBVDDQ W33 C253 C287 C258 C226
FBA_D49 AN32 FBA_D49 FBA_CMD16 AA31 FBA_CMD16 FBB_D50 C32 FBB_D50 FBB_CMD17 E18 FBB_CMD17 FBVDDQ Y27
FBA_D50 AP30 FBA_D50 FBA_CMD17 AA29 FBA_CMD17 FBB_D51 B32 FBB_D51 FBB_CMD18 F18 FBB_CMD18 4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06 4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 22u_6.3V_X5R_08
FBA_D51 AP32 FBA_D51 FBA_CMD18 AA28 FBA_CMD18 FBB_D52 D29 FBB_D52 FBB_CMD19 A20 FBB_CMD19
FBA_D52 AM33 FBA_D52 FBA_CMD19 AC34 FBA_CMD19 FBB_D53 A29 FBB_D53 FBB_CMD20 B20 FBB_CMD20 F1 FBVDDQ_PROBE PLACE CLOSE BGA
FBA_D53 AL31 FBA_D53 FBA_CMD20 AC33 FBA_CMD20 FBB_D54 C29 FBB_D54 FBB_CMD21 C18 FBB_CMD21
FBA_D54 AK33 FBA_D54 FBA_CMD21 AA32 FBA_CMD21 FBB_D55 B29 FBB_D55 FBB_CMD22 B18 FBB_CMD22
FBA_D55 AK32 FBA_D55 FBA_CMD22 AA33 FBA_CMD22 FBB_D56 B21 FBB_D56 FBB_CMD23 G18 FBB_CMD23 F2 GND_PROBE
FBA_D56 AD34 FBA_D56 FBA_CMD23 Y28 FBA_CMD23 FBB_D57 C23 FBB_D57 FBB_CMD24 G17 FBB_CMD24
FBA_D57 AD32 FBA_D57 FBA_CMD24 Y29 FBA_CMD24 FBB_D58 A21 FBB_D58 FBB_CMD25 F17 FBB_CMD25
FBA_D58 AC30 FBA_D58 FBA_CMD25 W31 FBA_CMD25 FBB_D59 C21 FBB_D59 FBB_CMD26 D16 FBB_CMD26 FB_CAL_PD_VDDQ J27 FB_CAL_PD_VDDQ FBVDDQ
FBA_D59 AD33 FBA_D59 FBA_CMD26 Y30 FBA_CMD26 FBB_D60 B24 FBB_D60 FBB_CMD27 A18 FBB_CMD27
FBA_D60 AF31 FBA_D60 FBA_CMD27 AA34 FBA_CMD27 FBB_D61 C24 FBB_D61 FBB_CMD28 D17 FBB_CMD28
FBA_D61 AG34 FBA_D61 FBA_CMD28 Y31 FBA_CMD28 FBB_D62 B26 FBB_D62 FBB_CMD29 A17 FBB_CMD29 FB_CAL_PU_GND H27 FB_CAL_PU_GND
FBA_D62 AG32 FBA_D62 FBA_CMD29 Y34 FBA_CMD29 FBB_D63 C26 FBB_D63 FBB_CMD30 B17 FBB_CMD30
FBA_D63 AG33 FBA_D63 FBA_CMD30 Y33 FBA_CMD30 FBB_DBI[3:0] FBB_CMD31 E17 FBB_CMD31 C534 C197 C392 C267
18 FBB_DBI[3:0]
FBA_DBI[3:0] FBA_CMD31 V31 FBA_CMD31 FB_CAL_TERM_GND H25 FB_CALTERM_GND
16 FBA_DBI[3:0]
FBB_DBI0 E11 FBB_DQM0 FBB_CMD_RFU0 C12 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04
FBA_DBI0 P30 FBA_DQM0 FBA_CMD_RFU0 R32 FBB_DBI1 E3 FBB_DQM1 FBB_CMD_RFU1 C20
FBA_DBI1 F31 FBA_DQM1 FBA_CMD_RFU1 AC32 FBB_DBI[7:4] FBB_DBI2 A3 FBB_DQM2 N14E-GE-A1 QS
19 FBB_DBI[7:4]
FBA_DBI[7:4] FBA_DBI2 F34 FBA_DQM2 FBB_DBI3 C9 FBB_DQM3 PLACE UNDER BGA
17 FBA_DBI[7:4]
FBA_DBI3 M32 FBA_DQM3 FBB_DBI4 F23 FBB_DQM4
FBA_DBI4 AD31 FBA_DQM4 FBB_DBI5 F27 FBB_DQM5
FBA_DBI5 AL29 FBA_DQM5 FBB_DBI6 C30 FBB_DQM6
FBA_DBI6 AM32 FBA_DQM6 FBB_DBI7 A24 FBB_DQM7 FBB_DEBUG0 G14 FBC_DEBUG0 R88 *60.4_04
FBVDDQ
FBA_DBI7 AF34 FBA_DQM7 FBA_DEBUG0 R28 FBA_DEBUG0 R123 *60.4_04 FBB_EDC[3:0] FBB_DEBUG1 G20 FBC_DEBUG1 R110 *60.4_04
FBVDDQ 18 FBB_EDC[3:0]
FBA_EDC[3:0] FBA_DEBUG1 AC28 FBA_DEBUG1 R139 *60.4_04 C337 C231 C275 C271
16 FBA_EDC[3:0]
FBB_EDC0 D10 FBB_DQS_WP0
FBA_EDC0 M31 FBA_DQS_WP0 FBB_EDC1 D5 FBB_DQS_WP1 4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06 4.7u_6.3V_X5R_06 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 22u_6.3V_X5R_08
FBA_EDC1 G31 FBA_DQS_WP1 FBB_EDC[7:4] FBB_EDC2 C3 FBB_DQS_WP2 FBB_CLK0 D12 FBB_CLK0 CMD
19 FBB_EDC[7:4] FBB_CLK0 18
FBA_EDC[7:4] FBA_EDC2 E33 FBA_DQS_WP2 FBA_CLK0 R30 FBA_CLK0 FBB_EDC3 B9 FBB_DQS_WP3 FBB_CLK0 E12 FBB_CLK0#
17 FBA_EDC[7:4]
FBA_EDC3 M33 R31 FBA_CLK0#
FBA_CLK0 16
FBB_EDC4 E23 E20 FBB_CLK1
FBB_CLK0# 18 Zo=80 ohm PLACE CLOSE BGA
FBA_DQS_WP3 FBA_CLK0 FBA_CLK0# 16 FBB_DQS_WP4 FBB_CLK1 FBB_CLK1 19
FBA_EDC4 AE31 FBA_DQS_WP4 FBA_CLK1 AB31 FBA_CLK1 FBB_EDC5 E28 FBB_DQS_WP5 FBB_CLK1 F20 FBB_CLK1# L<3"(600ps)
B FBA_CLK1 17 FBB_CLK1# 19 B
FBA_EDC5 AK30 FBA_DQS_WP5 FBA_CLK1 AC31 FBA_CLK1# FBB_EDC6 B30 FBB_DQS_WP6
FBA_CLK1# 17
FBA_EDC6 AN33 FBA_DQS_WP6 FBB_EDC7 A23 FBB_DQS_WP7
FBA_EDC7 AF33 FBA_DQS_WP7

D9 FBB_DQS_RN0 FBB_WCK01 F8
FBB_WCK01 18
M30 FBA_DQS_RN0 FBA_WCK01 K31 E4 FBB_DQS_RN1 FBB_WCK01 E8 C502 C188
FBA_WCK01 16 FBB_WCK01# 18
H30 FBA_DQS_RN1 FBA_WCK01 L30 B2 FBB_DQS_RN2 FBB_WCK23 A5 CMD
FBA_WCK01# 16 FBB_WCK23 18
E34 FBA_DQS_RN2 FBA_WCK23 H34 A9 FBB_DQS_RN3 FBB_WCK23 A6 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 22u_6.3V_X5R_08
M34 J34
FBA_WCK23 16
D22 D24
FBB_WCK23# 18 Zo=80 ohm
FBA_DQS_RN3 FBA_WCK23 FBA_WCK23# 16 FBB_DQS_RN4 FBB_WCK45 FBB_WCK45 19
AF30 FBA_DQS_RN4 FBA_WCK45 AG30 D28 FBB_DQS_RN5 FBB_WCK45 D25 L<2.7"(540ps)
FBA_WCK45 17 FBB_WCK45# 19
AK31 FBA_DQS_RN5 FBA_WCK45 AG31 A30 FBB_DQS_RN6 FBB_WCK67 B27 PLACE CLOSE BGA
FBA_WCK45# 17 FBB_WCK67 19
AM34 FBA_DQS_RN6 FBA_WCK67 AJ34 B23 FBB_DQS_RN7 FBB_WCK67 C27
FBA_WCK67 17 FBB_WCK67# 19
AF32 FBA_DQS_RN7 FBA_WCK67 AK34
FBA_WCK67# 17
FBB_WCKB01 D6
FBA_WCKB01 J30 FBB_WCKB01 D7
FBA_WCKB01 J31 FBB_WCKB23 C6
FBA_WCKB23 J32 FBB_WCKB23 B6
FBA_WCKB23 J33 3V3_RUN FBB_WCKB45 F26
FBA_WCKB45 AH31 FBB_WCKB45 E26
FBA_WCKB45 AJ31 FBB_WCKB67 A26
FBA_WCKB67 AJ32 FBB_WCKB67 A27
FBA_WCKB67 AJ33 16mil FB_PLLAVDD 16mil
FBB_PLL_AVDD H17 R100 0_04 FB_PLLAVDD
FB_VREF_TP H26 FB_VREF FBA_PLL_AVDD U27 FB_PLLAVDD L24 . FCM1005KF-600T03

N14E-GE-A1 QS C173
N14E-GE-A1 QS C251 C219
0.1u_10V_X7R_04
0.1u_10V_X7R_04 22u_6.3V_X5R_08 N14E-GE FBA_DPLLAVDD

PLACE NEAR BALLS


PLACE NEAR BALLS PLACE NEAR BGA CLOSE TO CAPS

A A

DDR A FBVDDQ DDR B FBVDDQ FB_CAL_PD_VDDQ R126 40.2_1%_04


FBVDDQ

16 FBA_CMD14 FBA_CMD14 R229 10K_04 18 FBB_CMD14 FBB_CMD14 R76 10K_04


17 FBA_CMD30 FBA_CMD30 R228 10K_04 19 FBB_CMD30 FBB_CMD30 R116 10K_04 FB_CAL_PU_GND R118 40.2_1%_04

16 FBA_CMD13 FBA_CMD13 R225 10K_04 18 FBB_CMD13 FBB_CMD13 R80 10K_04


17 FBA_CMD29 FBA_CMD29 R224 10K_04 19 FBB_CMD29 FBB_CMD29 R114 10K_04 FB_CAL_TERM_GND R112 60.4_1%_04
!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
Title
[15] VGA Frame Buffer Interface
14,20,44 3V3_RUN
Size Document Number Rev
14,44
16,17,18,19,45
PEX_VDD
FBVDDQ Custom 6-71-W35S0-D03 1.0

Date: Monday, January 14, 2013 Sheet 15 of 54


5 4 3 2 1

B - 16 VGA Frame Buffer Interface


Schematic Diagrams

VGA Frame Buffer A

5 4 3 2 1

FBVDDQ

C357 C364 C366 C336 C627


U31B
10u_6.3V_X5R_06 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04
INS274616683
BGA170
COMMON

15,16,17 FBA_CMD[31:0]
FBA_CMD12 G3 RAS
D FBA_CMD15 L3 D
15 FBA_CLK0 CAS
FBA_CMD5 L12 WE
GND
15 FBA_CLK0#
FBA_CMD0 G12 CS
15,16 FBA_D[31:0]
FBA_CMD8 J4 ABI FBVDDQ
U31D U31A
FBA_CMD10 H4 A0_A10
INS274616505 INS274616843
BGA170 BGA170
FBA_CMD11 H5 A1_A9
COMMON COMMON FBA_CMD2 H11 A2_BA0
FBA_CMD1 H10 A3_BA3 C628 C383 C385 C372 C379 C335
NORMAL NORMAL FBA_CMD3 K11 A4_BA2
FBA_D0 A4 DQ0 FBA_D16 V11 DQ16 FBA_CMD4 K10 A5_BA1 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04
FBA_D1 A2 DQ1 FBA_D17 V13 DQ17 FBA_CMD7 K5 A6_A11
FBA_D2 B4 DQ2 FBA_D18 T11 DQ18 FBA_CMD6 K4 A7_A8
FBA_D3 B2 DQ3 FBA_D19 T13 DQ19 FBVDDQ FBA_CMD9 J5 RFU_A12
FBA_D4 E4 DQ4 FBA_D20 N11 DQ20
FBA_D5 E2 DQ5 FBA_D21 N13 DQ21 1000p_50V_X7R_04
FBA_D6 F4 FBA_D22 M11 GND
DQ6 DQ22
FBA_D7 F2 DQ7 FBA_D23 M13 DQ23 R543

B.Schematic Diagrams
549_1%_04
FBA_EDC0 C2 EDC0 FBA_EDC2 R13 EDC2 FBA_CMD13 J2 RESET
FBA_DBI0 D2 DBI0 FBA_DBI2 P13 DBI2 FBA_CMD14 J3 CKE FBVDDQ
A10 FBA_VREFD_L V10 FBA_VREFD_L
VREFD VREFD
J12 CLK
x32 x16 x32 x16 J11 CLK
A11 DQ8 NC
C321 V4 DQ24 NC
C629 R542 R541
A13 DQ9 NC
V2 DQ25 NC
1.33K_1%_04 931_1%_04 C595 C323 C349 C368 C587
820p_50V_X7R_04

820p_50V_X7R_04
B11 DQ10 NC
T4 DQ26 NC
R231 R235
B13 DQ11 NC
T2 DQ27 NC
40.2_1%_04 40.2_1%_04 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04
E11 DQ12 NC
N4 DQ28 NC
E13 DQ13 NC
N2 DQ29 NC
F11 GND M4 GND

Sheet 16 of 55
DQ14 NC DQ30 NC
F13 DQ15 NC
M2 DQ31 NC
GND
FBA_CLK0_MIDPT A5 NC_RFU_A5
GND C13 EDC1 GND
R2 EDC3 NC
V5 NC_RFU_V5
D13 P2 C362 GND
DBI1 NC DBI3 NC

D4 WCK01 P4 WCK23 FBVDDQ 0.01u_16V_X7R_04

VGA Frame Buffer


15,16 FBA_WCK01
D5 WCK01 P5 WCK23 FBVDDQ FBVDDQ
15,16 FBA_WCK01#
K4G20325FD-FC04 K4G20325FD-FC04
R222 GND
C C
549_1%_04
C348 C386 C388 C576 C110 C331

A
0.4
15,16 FBA_WCK23
FBA_VREFC0 J14 VREFC 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04 0.1u_10V_X7R_04
15,16 FBA_WCK23#
FBA_ZQ0 J13 ZQ
R226 R220 C346
931_1%_04 1.33K_1%_04 FBA_SEN0 J10 SEN

1000p_50V_X7R_04
FBA_VREF_FET_L GND GND
6

D R216 R258 K4G20325FD-FC04


Q6A 121_1%_04 1K_04
2 G MTDN7002ZHS6R
17,18,19,20 GPIO10_FBVREF_ALTV
S GND GND
1

GND GND
GND

FBVDDQ
U31C
INS274616070
U8B BGA170
INS274616763
BGA170_MIRR COMMON
U8C
COMMON
INS274616959
BGA170_MIRR
R234 Normal
5,16,17 FBA_CMD[31:0] FBA_SOE0
FBA_CMD12 L3 RAS COMMON 1K_04 J1 MF_VSS/SOE* FBVDDQ
FBA_CMD15 G3
15,16 FBA_D[31:0]
FBA_CMD5 G12
CAS
WE
Mirrored B10
add 1k to VSS
VSS VDD C10
U8D U8A FBA_SOE1
FBA_CMD0 L12 CS SOE*/MF_VDD J1 R240 B5 VSS VDD C5
INS274616416 INS274616595
BGA170_MIRR BGA170_MIRR add 1k to VDD 1K_04 D10 VSS VDD D11
COMMON COMMON FBA_CMD8 J4 ABI B10 VSS VDD C10 G10 VSS VDD G1
B5 VSS VDD C5 G5 VSS VDD G11
MIRRORED MIRRORED
FBA_CMD10 K4 A0_A10 D10 VSS VDD D11 H1 VSS VDD G14
x32 x16 x32 x16 FBA_CMD11 K5 A1_A9 G10 VSS VDD G1 H14 VSS VDD G4
V4 DQ0 NC
A11 DQ16 NC
FBA_CMD2 K11 A2_BA0 G5 VSS VDD G11 K1 VSS VDD L1
V2 A13 FBA_CMD1 K10 H1 G14 GND K14 L11
DQ1 NC DQ17 NC A3_BA3 VSS VDD VSS VDD
T4 DQ2 NC
B11 DQ18 NC
FBA_CMD3 H11 A4_BA2 H14 VSS VDD G4 L10 VSS VDD L14
T2 DQ3 NC
B13 DQ19 NC
FBA_CMD4 H10 A5_BA1 K1 VSS VDD L1 L5 VSS VDD L4
N4 DQ4 NC
E11 DQ20 NC
FBA_CMD7 H5 A6_A11 K14 VSS VDD L11 P10 VSS VDD P11
N2 DQ5 NC
E13 DQ21 NC
FBA_CMD6 H4 A7_A8 L10 VSS VDD L14 T10 VSS VDD R10
B
M4 DQ6 NC
F11 DQ22 NC
FBA_CMD9 J5 RFU_A12 L5 VSS VDD L4 T5 VSS VDD R5 FBVDDQ B
M2 DQ7 NC
F13 DQ23 NC
P10 VSS VDD P11
T10 VSS VDD R10 A1 VSSQ VDDQ B1
R2 EDC0 NC GND C13 EDC2 GND
T5 VSS VDD R5 FBVDDQ A12 VSSQ VDDQ B12
P2 DBI0 NC
D13 DBI2 NC
A14 VSSQ VDDQ B14
A1 VSSQ VDDQ B1 A3 VSSQ VDDQ B3
FBA_CMD13 J2 RESET A12 VSSQ VDDQ B12 C1 VSSQ VDDQ D1
VREFD V10 FBA_VREFD_L VREFD A10 FBA_VREFD_L FBA_CMD14 J3 CKE A14 VSSQ VDDQ B14 C11 VSSQ VDDQ D12
FBA_D8 V11 DQ8 FBA_D24 A4 DQ24 A3 VSSQ VDDQ B3 C12 VSSQ VDDQ D14
FBA_D9 V13 DQ9 FBA_D25 A2 DQ25 FBA_CLK0 J12 CLK C1 VSSQ VDDQ D1 C14 VSSQ VDDQ D3
FBA_D10 T11 DQ10 FBA_D26 B4 DQ26 FBA_CLK0# J11 CLK C11 VSSQ VDDQ D12 C3 VSSQ VDDQ E10
FBA_D11 T13 DQ11 FBA_D27 B2 DQ27 C12 VSSQ VDDQ D14 C4 VSSQ VDDQ E5
FBA_D12 N11 DQ12 FBA_D28 E4 DQ28 C14 VSSQ VDDQ D3 E1 VSSQ VDDQ F1
FBA_D13 N13 DQ13 FBA_D29 E2 DQ29 C3 VSSQ VDDQ E10 E12 VSSQ VDDQ F12
FBA_D14 M11 DQ14 FBA_D30 F4 DQ30 C4 VSSQ VDDQ E5 E14 VSSQ VDDQ F14
FBA_D15 M13 DQ15 FBA_D31 F2 DQ31 E1 VSSQ VDDQ F1 E3 VSSQ VDDQ F3
E12 VSSQ VDDQ F12 F10 VSSQ VDDQ G13
FBA_EDC1 R13 EDC1 FBA_EDC3 C2 EDC3 E14 VSSQ VDDQ F14 F5 VSSQ VDDQ G2
FBA_DBI1 P13 DBI1 FBA_DBI3 D2 DBI3 E3 VSSQ VDDQ F3 H13 VSSQ VDDQ H12
A5 NC_RFU_A5 F10 VSSQ VDDQ G13 H2 VSSQ VDDQ H3
P4 WCK01 D4 WCK23 V5 NC_RFU_V5 F5 VSSQ VDDQ G2 K13 VSSQ VDDQ K12
15,16 FBA_WCK01
P5 WCK01 D5 WCK23 H13 VSSQ VDDQ H12 K2 VSSQ VDDQ K3
15,16 FBA_WCK01#
H2 VSSQ VDDQ H3 M10 VSSQ VDDQ L13
K4G20325FD-FC04 K4G20325FD-FC04 K13 VSSQ VDDQ K12 M5 VSSQ VDDQ L2
K2 VSSQ VDDQ K3 N1 VSSQ VDDQ M1
M10 VSSQ VDDQ L13 N12 VSSQ VDDQ M12
M5 VSSQ VDDQ L2 N14 VSSQ VDDQ M14
N1 VSSQ VDDQ M1 N3 VSSQ VDDQ M3
15,16 FBA_WCK23
N12 VSSQ VDDQ M12 R1 VSSQ VDDQ N10
15,16 FBA_WCK23#
N14 VSSQ VDDQ M14 R11 VSSQ VDDQ N5
N3 VSSQ VDDQ M3 R12 VSSQ VDDQ P1
FBA_VREFC0 J14 R1 N10 R14 P12
VREFC VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
R11 VSSQ VDDQ N5 R3 VSSQ VDDQ P14
FBA_ZQ1 J13 R12 P1 R4 P3
ZQ VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ
R14 VSSQ VDDQ P12 V1 VSSQ VDDQ T1
15 FBA_EDC[3:0] FBA_SEN0
FBA_EDC0 J10 SEN R3 VSSQ VDDQ P14 V12 VSSQ VDDQ T12
FBA_EDC1 R4 VSSQ VDDQ P3 V14 VSSQ VDDQ T14
FBA_EDC2 V1 VSSQ VDDQ T1 V3 VSSQ VDDQ T3
FBA_EDC3 R218 K4G20325FD-FC04 V12 VSSQ VDDQ T12
121_1%_04 V14 VSSQ VDDQ T14 K4G20325FD-FC04
V3 VSSQ VDDQ T3
15 FBA_DBI[3:0] GND
FBA_DBI0
A FBA_DBI1 K4G20325FD-FC04 A
FBA_DBI2
FBA_DBI3 GND
GND

!!!!!DMFWP!DP/
Title
[16] VGA Frame Buffer A
15,17,18,19,45 FBVDDQ Size Document Number Rev
Custom 6-71-W35S0-D03 1.0

Date: Monday, January 14, 2013 Sheet 16 of 54


5 4 3 2 1

VGA Frame Buffer A B - 17


Schematic Diagrams

VGA Frame Buffer A

5 4 3 2 1

FBVDDQ
U9B
INS274619333
BGA170
COMMON

15,16,17 FBA_CMD[31:0]
FBA_CMD28 G3 RAS C361 C365 C343 C382 C393
FBA_CMD31 L3 CAS
D 15 FBA_CLK1 D
FBA_CMD21 L12 WE 10u_6.3V_X5R_06 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04 1u_6.3V_X5R_04
15 FBA_CLK1#
FBA_CMD16 G12 CS
15,17 FBA_D[63:32]
FBA_CMD24 J4 ABI
U9D U9A
FBA_CMD26 H4 A0_A10
INS274619429 INS274619998 GND
BGA170 BGA170 FBA_CMD27 H5 A1_A9
COMMON COMMON FBA_CMD18 H11 A2_BA0
FBA_CMD17 H10 A3_BA3
NORMAL NORMAL FBA_CMD19 K11 FBVDDQ
A4_BA2
FBA_D32 A4 DQ0 FBA_D48 V11 DQ16 FBA_CMD20 K10 A5_BA1
FBA_D33 A2 DQ1 FBA_D49 V13 DQ17 FBA_CMD23 K5 A6_A11
FBA_D34 B4 DQ2 FBA_D50 T11 DQ18 FBVDDQ FBA_CMD22 K4 A7_A8