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Configuring an SLI Configuration However, it does not contain the following items that must be purchased separately to make the motherboard functional. If however, you are replacing a motherboard, you will not manjal many of the cables. When replacing a motherboard in a PC case, you will need to reinstall 780j operating system even though the current drives have an operating system. If you are replacing a motherboard, you may not need many of these cables. Be sure to inspect each piece of equipment shipped in the packing box.


If anything is manuaal or damaged, contact your reseller. Figure 1 shows the motherboard and Figures 2 shows the back panel connectors. Backpanel evgga Figure 2 7. FP Audio connector Figure 1. Hardware Installation This section will guide you through the installation of the motherboard.

The topics covered in this section are: Maanual the motherboard Installing the CPU Installing the CPU fan Installing the memory Installing the motherboard Connecting cables and setting switches Safety Instructions To reduce the risk of fire, ebga shock, and injury, always follows basic safety precautions. Align the notches in the processor with the notches on the socket. Make sure the CPU is fully seated and level in the socket.

Close the load plate over the CPU and press down while you close and engage the socket lever. Follow the instruction that came with you fan assembly. Hardware Installation Securing the Motherboard into the Chassis Most computer chassis have a base with mounting studs or spacers to allow the mother board to be secured to the chassis and help to prevent short 780ii. If there are studs that do not align with a mounting hole on the motherboard, it is recommended that you remove that stud to prevent the possibility of a short circuit.

Hardware Installation Make sure you have enough power to cover all the expansion cards you will be installing. To determine what you power requirements are for your specific configuration or 780ii certified power supply vendor, refer to www. Connect the gray connector to a slave device. If you install two hard disk drives, you must configure the second drive as a slave device by setting its jumper accordingly.

Refer to the hard disk documentation for the jumper settings. SATA 2 top Connect the end without the lock to the drive. Hardware Installation Connecting Internal Headers Front Panel Header The front panel header on this motherboard is one connector used to connect the following four cables see Table 2 for pin definitions: Connect the two ends of the cables to the IEEE connectors on the motherboard.

The motherboard also contains two pin internal header connectors onboard that can be used to connect an optional external bracket containing four 4 more USB 2. The audio connector supports HD audio standard and provides two kinds of mxnual output choices: The front Audio supports re-tasking 780j. Hardware Installation Fan Connections There are five fan connections on the motherboard. Note that the CPU fan cable can be either a 3-pin or a 4-pin connector. Nanual one side of a switching cable to the header and then attach the serial COM device to the other side of the cable.


For a full list of PCI Express x16 graphics card supported manua, this motherboard, go to www. To configure for SLI, follow the instructions that come with the SLI kit the kit is purchased separately manusl the motherboard. Detailed descriptions of the BIOS parameters are also provided. This section includes the following information: To go back to the previous menu, press Note: Note that on the BIOS screens all data in white is for information only, data in yellow is changeable, data in blue is non-changeable, and data in a red box is highlighted for selection.

The three status indicators are: SLI-Ready memory is detected and enabled.

SLI-Ready memory is detected but disabled. SLI-Ready memory is not detected.

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Key in a DEC number: Drive A option allows you to select the kind of FDD to install. Drive A Options are: Total Memory This value represents the total memory of the system. Use the arrow keys to position the selector in the option you choose. Configuring the BIOS options in a sub-menu. Quick Power On Self Test Enabling this option allows the system to skip certain test while booting, which reduces the time needed to boot the system.

Use the Page Up Page Down keys to toggle between Select NumLock activate the keyboard when the system is started. Select to disable NumLock key. From this menu, you are able to Enter specify frequency settings, HT multipliers, and Spread Spectrum settings. Note that in Figure 9, all of the options are listed. Values are through [1 x] [5 x]. Configuring the BIOS prohibits you from manually setting any timing. All timing is set for optimal performance.

The Write recovery time options are 2 through 7. This is the minimum write-to-read delay with the same chip tWTR selected options are 1 through When this function is disabled, it forces the XD feature flag to always return to zero 0. Virtualization Technology When this function is enabled, it allows a VMM to utilize the additional hardware capabilities provided by Intel Virtualization Technology.

Use the Page keys to select a voltage or select to automatically Page Down [Auto] set the voltage. The options are Fast, Medium, Slow, and Disable. WhenHPET is used as the timing hardware for multimedia Enabled and other time-sensitive application.

This function 7800i you to enable specific SATA controllers, enable all controllers, or disable all controllers. Select if your drive does not support block mode. Options for this function are: Use the Page Up Page Down keys to scroll through sizes or enter the number using the keyboard numbers or use the keys to go up and down the list of — sizes.

Windows XP 32bit and 64bit and is Vista-capable.

The CD will autorun, install the drivers and utilities listed on the install screen. Traditionally, users have been forced to endure a sequence of trial and error attempts within the BIOS in order to customize the operation and performance of the system to their needs.



Using NVIDIA Software Memory Memory is one of the most critical components in terms of determining overall system stability and overclocking success, a wealth of information and options for memory modules is available.

Both timings and voltage are dynamically adjustable, with real-time values for memory frequency, FSB frequency, and more being viewable to help dictate which settings are most appropriate. Memory timing that determines the delay between a write command and a Precharge command is set to the same bank 708i memory.

Eevga from 1 to The value shown cannot be fvga Async Latency This value is filled in by the system and can not be changed by the user. The BIOS page chosen determines which items on the page are available for changing.

To edit an item, select the corresponding list arrow and then select one of the Apply values from the list. When finished making your changes, click the EVGA Available screen and features will vary between different makes and models of motherboards. View System Information View System Information menu is a high-level view where all the critical values of the system are consolidated and presented within a single view.

When loading a game however, system settings adjust to extract the highest possible performance from every system component and ensure you have the ultimate manuxl experience with your current hardware.

In addition to displaying a complete collection of information regarding the current BIOS version being used, the user also has the option of saving a backup version of the BIOS being used.

The selected component comes to the foreground and all supported information is presented. Should the user prefer an overhead view of the components in the system, they can utilize the mouse-wheel to control the angle of the display.

As a result, a wide array of related settings and status information is displayed in real-time. In addition to fan speeds and temperatures, we also find critical voltage values for core components. From here, the component fields can be oriented and moved anywhere on the desktop.

All fields within the application will be logged and written to this file to aid in troubleshooting issues and tracking overall system behavior. In this screen, the user simply enters their desired hotkey configuration and they are able to control every aspect of functionality for Monitor according to their own personal preferences.

Reserved Test Mask Verify Channel 1 masked interrupts by alternately turning off and on the interrupt lines. Reserved Test Mask Verify Channel 2 masked interrupts by alternately turning off and on the interrupt lines.

Test Force an interrupt and verify the interrupt occurred. Reserved Reserved Detect parallel Initialize parallel ports.

If interrupt occurs in protected mode.

Post Codes Table 7. To install the driver, run the setup. Reboot your PC when the InstallShield install is complete.