5, 6, 7, 8,
10, 11, 4
9, 12, 20, 26
3, 15, 19, 28
CPU Clock Outputs 0 through 1: These two CPU clocks run at a frequency set
by SEL100/66#. Output voltage swing is set by the voltage applied to VDDQ2.
PCI Bus Clock Outputs 1 through 6 and PCI_F: These seven PCI clock outputs
run synchronously to the CPU clock. Voltage swing is set by the power connection
I/O APIC Clock Output: Provides 14.318MHz fixed frequency. The output volt-
age swing is set by the power connection to VDDQ2.
48MHz Output: Fixed 48MHz USB clock. Output voltage swing is controlled by
voltage applied to VDDQ3.
24MHz or 48MHz Output: Frequency is set by the state of pin 27 on power up.
I/O Dual Function REF2X and SEL48# pin: Upon power-up, the state of SEL48#
is latched. The initial state is set by either a 10K resistor to GND or to VDD. A 10K
resistor to GND causes pin 14 to output 48MHz. If the pin is strapped to VDD, pin
14 will output 24MHz. After 2ms, the pin becomes a high drive output that pro-
duces a copy of 14.318MHz.
Frequency Selection Input: Selects CPU clock frequency as shown in Table 1
on page 1.
I2C Data Pin: Data should be presented to this input as described in the I2C sec-
tion of this data sheet. Internal 250K ohm pull-up resistor.
I2C clock Pin: The I2C Data clock should be presented to this input as described
in the I2C section of this data sheet.
Crystal Connection or External Reference Frequency Input: Connect to either
a 14.318MHz crystal or other reference signal.
Crystal Connection: An input connection for an external 14.318MHz crystal. If
using an external reference, this pin must be left unconnected.
Power Connection: Power supply for core logic and PLL circuitry, PCI, 48/
24MHz, and Reference output buffers. Connect to 3.3V supply.
Power Connection: Power supply for IOAPIC and CPU output buffers. Connect
to 2.5V supply.
Ground Connections: Connect all ground pins to the common system ground
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