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HP and Compaq Desktop PCs - Motherboard Specifications, P4SD-LA (Stingray)

Motherboard specifications table

Feature/Specification
Description
Motherboard Description
  • Manufacturer's name - ASUS P4SD-LA
  • HP/Compaq name - Stingray
Motherboard Supplier
ASUS
System BIOS Supplier
ASUS/Award
Board Form Factor
uATX
Processor Brand
Intel
Processor Socket Type
mPGA478
Processor Family
Pentium 4HT
Maximum Processor Core Frequency
Up to 3.2 GHz P4 Northwood
Processor Front Side Bus
800/533/400 MHz
Hyper Threading Support
Yes
Processor VRM Specification
Northwood FMB2
Chipset 'North Bridge'
865G
Chipset 'South Bridge'
ICH5
Super I/O
SMsC LPC47M192-NC
Flash BIOS Device Type and Density
FWH 4 Mbit
Memory Type
DDR SDRAM (Supports duel channel)
Memory Speed
PC3200 (400 MHz),
PC2700 (333 MHz),
PC2100 (266 MHz)
Memory Sockets
Four DDR DIMM (184-pin)
Single or Dual Channel
Dual System Memory
Maximum Memory Supported
4GB (4 x 512MB) unbuffered (HP and Compaq recommend 2GB)
AGP Graphics Support
Yes
AGP Graphics Maximum Mode
AGP 8x
Integrated Graphics Supplier
Intel
Integrated Graphics Shared (UMA) Memory
Up to 64 MB Intel DVMT- dynamic (32 MB if less than 256 MB system memory)
Graphics Configuration
Integrated on motherboard
Graphics Connector
AGP 8x (available)
TV-out Device or Configuration
No
Integrated Audio Type
AC'97
AC'97 Codec Device
Realtek ALC650
5.1 (Dolby) Channel Audio Support
Yes, Six speaker mode (requires audio driver and software setting changes)
Passive Speaker Output (amplifed)
Speaker-out header
Rear Audio Jacks
Microphone,
Line-in,
Line-out,
Front Audio Connectors
Headphones,
Microphone,
Line-in
Ethernet 10/100 LAN Supplier
PCI Realtek RT8101L
Ethernet Configuration
Integrated, Down
IEEE 1394 Support
Configuration: Integrated on motherboard
MAC/PHY Device: TI TSB43AB22
Maximum transfer rate: 400MBps
Ports: Two total (1 front, 1 back)
IDE/ATAPI UDMA Modes
2 IDE connectors Supports. 2 IDE devices on each connector. Supports UDMA 100/66/33 - requires an 40 pin/80 conductor cable for UDMA 66 and 100 disk drives
2 SATA connectors Supports. 1 Serial ATA-150 disk drive on each connector
Expansion Slots
One AGP,
Three PCI,
One Ultra ATA
USB Ports
Supports up to 8 USB v2.0
USB Front/Rear Options
Up to four front, four rear
Rear External Ports
One serial,
One parallel,
One floppy,
Two PS/2 (keyboard and mouse),
One IEEE 1394,
Four USB,
One VGA Monitor
Front External Ports
Two USB, One IEEE 1394
Fan support
Headers for CPU and System
CPU Fan Speed Control for active fansink
System Fan Speed Control
Available Manufacturer Options
Integrated graphics (G),
Integrated LAN (L),
Six speaker mode, Dolby 5.1 (6)
Integrated 1394 (E)

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Motherboard layout and photos

Figure 1: Photo

Figure 2: Layout of the P4SD-LA GL6E motherboard

Figure 3: Backplate

1 - Mouse
2 - Parallel
3 - IEEE 1394 FireWire
4 - LAN
5 - Line-In
6 - Line-Out
7 - Microphone
8 - USB
9 - VGA
10 - Serial
11 - Keyboard

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Clearing the CMOS settings

The 3-pin J19 jumper allows you to clear date, time, and system setup parameter memories in CMOS. The onboard button cell battery powers the RAM data in CMOS, including system setup information.

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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. Move the J19 jumper cap from pins 1-2 (normal) to pins 2-3 (clear CMOS).

  3. Keep the J19 jumper cap on pins 2-3 for 5 to 10 seconds, then move it back to pins 1-2.
  4. Plug in the power cord and turn on the PC.
  5. Enter the BIOS setup to change the BIOS settings.

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