Changes between Version 9 and Version 10 of Hardware/jCM/cCM2/aHardware/RiserCard


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01/11/13 01:28:13 (7 years ago)
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Ilya Chigirev
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  • Hardware/jCM/cCM2/aHardware/RiserCard

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    1 === Custom Riser Card for MB770 Platform ===
     1===== Custom Riser Card for MB770 Platform =====
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    33MB770 motherboard is only PCI 2.1 compliant and therefore doesn't provide 3.3VSB (3.3 V stand-by voltage) on pin A14 of the PCI bus connector. This voltage is is supplied to the core of CM2 and is used to turn the main power on/off. Furthermore, even the wake-on LAN (WOL) connector on the motherboard doesn't provide stand-by voltage (and on most motherboards the WOL connector is not even installed).
     
    77One solution to this problem was to create a custom riser card shown in figure 1 which has a separate feed for stand-by voltage directly from the power supply, voltage regulator for 5 to 3.3 V conversion and feeds 3.3V to the CM2 card on PCI connector A14.
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    9 ==== Standby voltage feed ====
     9====== Standby voltage feed ======
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    1111[[Image(Clip.jpg, 160px, left)]] CM2 stand-by voltage is provided with the separate wire that is attached directly to the +5VSB wire of the ATX power supply with the self-tapping connector (MOLEX [http://delta.octopart.com/Molex__19216-0005.pdf Multi-Lock Insulation Displacement Connector (IDC)] ) show on figure 2.
     
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    46 ==== Installation ====
     46====== Installation ======
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    4848The assembled node with custom raiser and CM2 card is shown in Figure 3. The +5VSB clamp and feeder wire are pulled out of the box just to emphasize the setup.