Template:Device Infobox/Motherboard

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Device Infobox/Motherboard
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Bus type Unknown
Bus width Unknown
Bus speed Unknown
8-bit ISA compatible? Unknown
PCI 5V tolerant? Unknown
PCI 3.3V tolerant? Unknown
Manufacturer Unknown
Chipset Unknown
Connectors Unknown
Requires -5VDC? Unknown
Requires -12VDC? Unknown
Config method Unknown
Motherboard
Form factor Unknown
Power connector
CPU socket Unknown
RAM slots
Maximum RAM Unknown
Boot ROM Unknown type, write ability unknown
Driver Missing download URL

This template is used to populate the Device Infobox with information about a motherboard. See PC Chips M-209 for example use. As this template sits inside an infobox, it can be combined with other templates in the case of multi-function devices.

Valid parameters and examples specific to this infobox are:

Parameter Meaning
Form factor = Value Page name for the size and shape of the motherboard. One of:
  • AT - full-size AT
  • Baby AT - small AT
  • ATX - full-size ATX
  • EATX - extended ATX (servers)
  • microATX - fewer slots than standard ATX
  • Mini ITX
  • PC/104 - embedded PCs
  • XT

Add others to this list as needed. See Wikipedia:Computer form factor for details

Has AT power = Y Boolean value indicating whether the board can be powered by a standard AT supply. Set to Y if so (do not use another value like "Yes" as the template only recognises a single "Y"), or N if it is known that this board will not work with a standard AT supply. (If it will work but additional conversion cables are required, this option should still be N.)
Has ATX power = Y Boolean value indicating whether the board can be powered by a standard ATX supply. Set to Y if so (do not use another value like "Yes" as the template only recognises a single "Y"), or N if it is known that this board will not work with a standard ATX supply. (If it will work but additional conversion cables are required, this option should still be N.)
Has Dell ATX power = Y Boolean value indicating whether the board requires a custom Dell ATX power supply, or Dell -> ATX conversion cable to work with a standard ATX supply. Set to Y if so (do not use another value like "Yes" as the template only recognises a single "Y"), or if not, omit this option entirely.
CPU socket = Value Page name for the type of CPU socket. One of:
  • PLCC68 - 68-pin PLCC, 286
  • PGA132 - 386
  • Socket 3 - 486 and POD
  • Socket 5 - early Pentium
  • Socket 7 - later Pentium MMX / AMD K5 and K6 / Cyrix 6x86
  • Socket 8 - Pentium Pro
  • Slot 1 - early Pentium II/III
  • Slot 2 - Pentium II/III Xeon
  • Socket 370 - later Pentium II/III
  • Slot A - early AMD K7
  • Socket 462 - later AMD K7
  • Socket 423 - early Pentium 4
  • Socket 478 - later Pentium 4

Add others to this list as needed - try to be as generic as possible, avoiding part names and using interface names instead.

COAST slot = Y Boolean value indicating whether the board has a slot for a COAST cache module or not. Set to Y if so (do not use another value like "Yes" as the template only recognises a single "Y")
ISA slots/8-bit = 0 Number of 8-bit ISA slots. Set to 0 or omit entirely if there are none.
ISA slots/16-bit = 0 Number of 16-bit ISA slots. Set to 0 or omit entirely if there are none.
VLB slots = 0 Number of VESA Local Bus (VLB) slots. Set to 0 or omit entirely if there are none.
PCI slots/32-bit/33 = 0 Number of 32-bit 33MHz PCI slots. Set to 0 or omit entirely if there are none.
PCI slots/32-bit/66 = 0 Number of 32-bit 66MHz PCI slots. Set to 0 or omit entirely if there are none.
PCI slots/64-bit/33 = 0 Number of 64-bit 33MHz PCI slots. Set to 0 or omit entirely if there are none.
PCI slots/64-bit/66 = 0 Number of 64-bit 66MHz PCI slots. Set to 0 or omit entirely if there are none.
PCI slots/64-bit/133 = 0 Number of 64-bit 133MHz PCI slots. Set to 0 or omit entirely if there are none.
RAM slots/SIPP = 0 Number of 30-pin SIPP memory sockets. Set to 0 or omit entirely if there are none.
RAM slots/30-pin = 0 Number of 30-pin SIMM memory slots. Set to 0 or omit entirely if there are none.
RAM slots/72-pin = 0 Number of 72-pin SIMM memory slots. Set to 0 or omit entirely if there are none.
RAM slots/SDRAM = 0 Number of SDRAM memory slots. Set to 0 or omit entirely if there are none.
RAM slots/RDRAM = 0 Number of RDRAM memory slots. Set to 0 or omit entirely if there are none.
RAM slots/DDR1 = 0 Number of DDR1 memory slots. Set to 0 or omit entirely if there are none.
RAM slots/DDR2 = 0 Number of DDR2 memory slots. Set to 0 or omit entirely if there are none.
RAM slots/DDR3 = 0 Number of DDR3 memory slots. Set to 0 or omit entirely if there are none.
Max RAM = Value Maximum RAM capacity of the device when all slots are fully populated with the largest capacity chips supported. Provide a value with a suffix, such as 512 B (bytes), 256 kB, 2 MB, etc.
Is ROM socketed = Value Boolean value indicating whether there is a ROM socket or not. Yes if there is a socket for a boot ROM, or No if there is no boot ROM socket, or the boot ROM chip is soldered onto the PCB (typical for flash ROM chips).
ROM type = Value Text value for the type of ROM/EEPROM/Flash chip. One of:
  • None - no ROM chip is present
  • 28-pin JEDEC - standard byte-wide 28-pin ROM/PROM
  • 32-pin JEDEC - standard 32-pin EEPROM/flash chip
  • PLCC32 - 32-pin PLCC flash chip
  • TSOP40 - 40-pin TSOP package, usually flash memory

Add others to this list as needed - try to be as generic as possible, avoiding part names and using interface names instead.

Is ROM writable = Value Boolean value indicating whether the ROM can be reflashed by the target system. Yes if the card can program the ROM itself, or No if the card has no ROM programming capability.

Default values are shown if the parameter is omitted, so do not use any parameters unless the value is known (most of the defaults say "unknown").