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Motherboard Specifications, ASUS A7V-VM (Mocha)

Part/Feature
Specification/Support
Motherboard Description
  • Manufacturer's name - A7V-VM
  • HP/Compaq name - Mocha
Motherboard Supplier
ASUS
System BIOS Supplier
Phoenix
Form Factor
UATX
Processor Brand
AMD
Processor Socket Type
Socket-A (PGA462)
Processor Family
Duron, Athlon, AthlonXP
Processor Front Side Bus Frequency
200/266 MHz
Chipset Name
VIA KM 133A
Chipset “North Bridge”
VT8365A
Revision/Stepping
CD-F
Chipset “South Bridge”
VT82C686B
Revision/Stepping
CD-E
Super I/O
(NA)
Revision/Stepping
(NA)
Flash BIOS Device
Xbus 2Mbit
Memory Type
SDRAM
Memory Speed
PC 133 (runs @ 100 or 133)
Memory Sockets
2 DIMM
Maximum Memory
1GB
Graphics Supplier
VIA (S3 Savage4)
Graphics Configuration
Down, in chipset
Onboard Graphics Memory
UMA up to 32 MB
Graphics Connector (AGP)
AGP 4X
TV-Out Device (optional)
Connexant Bt869
TV-Out Configuration
Daughtercard
Audio
AC’97 Down
AC’97 CODEC Device
Crystal CS4299
Audio Jacks (Legend below)
M, LI, LO, SO, M/G
M
Microphone
LI
Line In
LO
Line out
SO
Speaker
M/G
Midi/Game
Ethernet 10/100 LAN Supplier
Realtek RTL8139C
Ethernet Configuration
PCI, Down
IDE UDMA Modes
ATA-100/66/33
Expansion Slots (AGP/PCI/Exten)
AGP, 3 PCI
USB Ports
4
USB Front/Back Options
2F + 2 B
Serial, Parallel, Floppy, PS2 Kbd and Mouse
2S, 1P, !F, PS2 K+M
Serial Port Front Chassis Option
Yes
Available Mfg Options (Legend below)
G,L,A
A
Audio down on motherboard
C
External L2 cache on motherboard
E
1394 on motherboard
G
Graphics down (on motherboard or in chipset)
L
LAN on motherboard (Ethernet) P - PCMCIA slot
S
S3 power management support
T
TV-out on motherboard
U
Graphics card (up, not on motherboard)
W
MS(R) Windows XP hardware compliant
Motherboard layout and photos
Figure : Layout
Figure : Photograph
    Figure : Backplate
  1. Mouse
  2. LAN
  3. Parallel
  4. Gameport
  5. Microphone
  6. Line-out
  7. Line-in
  8. VGA
  9. Serial
  10. USB
  11. Keyboard
Clearing the CMOS settings
The Clear RTC RAM (CLRTC solder points) allows you to clear the Real Time Clock (RTC) RAM in CMOS. It also allows clearing of date, time, and system setup parameter memories in CMOS, by erasing the RTC RAM data. The onboard button cell battery powers the RAM data in CMOS, including system setup information.
 caution:
Do not change any jumper setting while the computer is on. Damage to the motherboard can result.
  1. Turn off the PC and unplug the power cord.
  2. Use a small screwdriver to cross the CLRTC solder point pins 2-3.
  3. Start the PC and press F1 to enter the BIOS setup and change the BIOS settings.

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