Mainboard Layout of J&W RS780UVD-AM2+ AMD 780G+SB700 mainboard
The board comes with a 4 phase voltage design. It has 2 PCI and 1 PCIe x16. There is no PCIe x1 on board. GbE is supported and 8 ch HDA is supported by Realtek whlie the GbE is powered by Marvell. The North bridge RS780 and south bridge SB700 are passively cooled.
The board supports four 240-pin unbuffered non-ECC DDR II SDRAM DIMM sockets with up to 8GB of memory can be installed on board. For AM2 processors, DDR2-533/667/800 is supported. For Phenom AM2+, memory supported is DDR2-667/800/1066. It also support Asynchronous clocking mode between FSB and DIMM.
The new SB700 supports ten USB connectors compliant with
USB2.0 from embedded USB controller (4 connectors at rear panel). The SB700 also
supports a P-ATA IDE for One IDE ports (up to 2 IDE devices) with UDMA-33,
ATA-66/100/133 support from embedded IDE controller. It also support S-ATA RAID
with Six S-ATA II ports with up to
300MB/s from chipset with RAID 0,1,0+1 support. The board also comes with a
DEBUG LED which shows the boot up status for easy troubleshooting.
At the rear panel are PS/2 keyboard connector. There is no PS/2 mouse connector. Instead it is replaced by 2 USB ports. Next to it is the debug led. Below it is the DVI-D, HDMI, D-SUB. There are 2 more USB ports next to the D-SUB connector. Above it is the GbE connector with 7.1ch audio ports next to it.
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