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Tyan Tomcat i945GM S3095 Preview

Michael Larabel

Published on 28 January 2007
Written by Michael Larabel
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While Tyan is mostly known for their selection of high-end server motherboards, their Tomcat i945GM is a rather interesting yet peculiar solution for them. The i945GM is a FlexATX motherboard that supports Intel's Socket 478 mobile processors (including the Core 2 Duo) along with onboard Intel i945 graphics with both DVI and VGA connections. The Tyan S3095 motherboard is targeted for industrial applications and embedded systems.

Features:

Processor
· Single Socket 478 supports Intel Mobile CPU:
- Core 2 Duo w/ 4M L2, up to 2.33GHz (667)
- Core 2 Duo w/ 2M L2, up to 1.83GHz (667)
- Core Duo w/ 2M L2, up to 2.33GHz (667)
- Core Duo ULV w/ 2M L2, up to 1.2GHz (533)
- Core Solo w/ 2M L2, up to 1.83GHz (667)
- Celeron M w/ 1M L2, up to 2GHz (533)
· Front-Side Bus support for 667/533 MHz

Chipset
· Intel 945GM memory controller hub
· Intel ICH7M-DH I/O controller hub

Memory
· Dual channel memory bus
· (2) 240-pin DDR2 sockets, support up to 2GB
Unbuffered DDR2-667/533/400 non-ECC mem.

Expansion Slots
· (1) PCI-E x4 slot
· (1) PCI 33MHz 32-bit slot
· (1) Mini-PCI slot

Integrated LAN Controllers
· (2) Intel 82573V PCI-E single port GbE controllers
· (1) Intel 82551QM 10/100 LAN controller

Integrated Serial ATA
· (2) SATA ports from ICH7M-DH
· Supports RAID 0, 1 and AHCI

System Management
· Total of three 3-pin fan headers w/ control and tachometer monitoring
· Monitor voltage of CPU, memory, & Power Supply
· Monitor CPU temperature & environment
· Pin header for Fault LED, Power/Suspend LED & HDD activity LED
· One pin header for Chassis Intrusion detection
· Supports Watch Dog Timer

Integrated Video
· Integrated graphics support
· (2) Serial digital video out port (SDVO) interface support for DVI-D, LVDs

BIOS
· Award BIOS on 8Mbit Flash ROM
· Supports WoL and PXE
· Supports boot from USB device
· Power-on mode control for AC power loss recovery

Accessory
· Bracket with line-in (S/PDIF) / line-out (S/PDIF) / Mic-in and Phone (Realtec ALC888)

Form Factor
· Flex ATX footprint (9" x 7.5"; 229 x 191mm)

Contents:

Included with the Tyan Tomcat i945GM (S3095) motherboard was the usual assortment of accessories we have been accustom to seeing with other Tyan motherboards -- such SATA power and data cables, jumper sheet, and expansion slot brackets. Also included with the motherboard was an expansion slot sound card bracket, which connects to the motherboard's PCB. There are two models for the i945GM: the S3095G3NR and S3095G3NR-CF -- the latter model supports an onboard Compact Flash connector.

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