I'm reading through the motherboard manual and it's great reading. Truly interesting stuff.
It SPECIFICALLY has pins for powering a 2.5 inch drive. See CN26
What does SCART stand for? It has 22 pins for it.
It has TWO seperate interfaces for smart cards. one is for "VSC-330" and the other for "INMAX". Anyone know how that works?
It says that the network chip that is missing is an Intel 82558.
It says it supports linux
It has an LM75 temperature sensor. That's really standard. Good to know.
CN6 is in charge of deciding whether the IR keybaord or the PS/2 ports in back are to be used.
CN10 is a "CPLD Programming Header" Whazzat???
JP1 sets the DOC segment address. I'd been wondering about that.
JP3 sets the bus speed to either 30 or 33 mhz
JP[ABC]1 set the mult. factor for the CPU.
JP4 chooses between NTSC and PAL Television output.
JP5 shorts/empties the CMOS.
JP6 lets you finetune the CPU voltage. it goes in tenths of a volt from 2.0 to 3.5, so there are 15 setting in all.\