Abit GURUCLOCK REV 2 User Manual
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Guru Clock

The 3rrd Eye Over Your PC

Before Connection:

˙This Guru Clock works on ABIT’s motherboard designed withµGuru Technology only.

˙Although this Guru Clock is ahot-swappabledevice, still it would be much safer to power off your PC before connecting cables inside the chassis.

˙Connect [GURU1] and [USB] plugs to their corresponding headers on motherboard first; leave the other end for the Guru Clock later.

˙Log in MSN.

˙Install Skype (available from http://www.skype.com). Log in Skype.

˙To run the µGuru Utility, you will have to install the µGuru driver first by the “Driver & Utility” CD that was originally came packed with your motherboard. Follow itson-screeninstruction to complete the installation.

There are 3 ways to run the µGuru Utility:

(1): Execute the [uGuru] program by entering the Windows Menu [Start] [All Programs] [ABIT][ABIT uGuru] [uGuru].

(2): After executed the [uGuru] program, a µGuru icon will be positioned at the taskbar. Double click your mouse button on the µGuru icon.

(3): Or you may move your mouse pointer to the µGuru icon, and right-clickyour mouse button on the µGuru icon. Move your mouse pointer to [Maximize] andleft-clickon it.

ABIT Computer Corporation

P/N: 4200-0417-04Rev. 2.00

Cable Connection:

After installed ABIT’s motherboard designed with µGuru Technology and the Windows operating system, you may start to connect with your PC system. Remember to power off your PC first.

1.Assemble the Guru Clock body with itsback-supporttogether.

2.Uncover PC chassis. Connect [GURU1] plug to the [Guru 1] header on motherboard. Connect [USB] plug to either [FP-USB1]or[FP-USB2]header on motherboard.1

3.Secure the I/O shield to the PC chassis’s rear panel. Cover PC chassis.

4.Insert the data plug (9-pinMini-Din)into the socket located through theback-support.2 TheGuru Clock is now ready to serve.

1All plugs fit in one direction only with their corresponding headers or socket. Please check the orientation first before connection.

2This data plug can be connected or disconnected while your PC system is on.

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Button Control and Jack Connection:

[Power On / Power Off]: Press this button topower-onyour PC. Hold this button for more than four (4) seconds topower-offyour PC.

[Menu]: Menu selection button.

[Buzzer]: Ringing beeper for incoming Skype contact.

[OK]: Menu confirm button.

[Phone On / Phone Off]:Phone-on/phone-offbutton for Skype contact.

[Conference Call]: Preset group calling for Skype contact.

[Private Call]: Preset individual calling for Skype contact.

[Microphone]: Microphone jack.

[Earphone]: Headphone jack.

[USB]: Remote USB port.

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LCD Screen:

CPU Speed: This section displays the readings of CPU speed.

[Turbo], [Normal], [Quiet], [AutoDrive], [Default], [User1], [User2], and [User3]: These options are the level you choose for OC Guru.

[VGA]: This icon appears only when having ABIT’s vGuru VGA card installed and itsvGuru function enabled.

Frequency/Voltage: This section displays the frequency or voltage readings detected from the following items on motherboard:

[CPU]: Central Processing Unit.

[DDR]: DDR memory modules.

[AGP]: AGP slot.

[PCIE]: PCI Express slot.

[FM]: (Function reserved)

[CH]: (Function reserved)

[VRAM]: Memory modules on ABIT’s VGA card (Available for voltage reading only)

Room Temperature/Debug Code: This section displays the temperature readings detected from

Guru Clock.

[Debug]: This icon lights up during the system starting up. The AWARD POST CODE will be displayed at this moment. Any abnormal hardware configuration detected will halt the system and display the error code on LCD screen. This icon lights off after entering operating system.

[Room Temp]: This icon lights up when displaying the room temperature readings detected from the thermal sensor located at Guru Clock. (As long as the system power supply is connected with AC power source, this readings will be kept on displaying even after systempower-off.)

Present Time: This section displays your preset time in 12-houror24-hourformat. (As long as the system power supply is connected with AC power source, this readings will be kept on displaying even after systempower-off.)

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Skype: This section displays when activating the Skype function.

The Skype is functioning.

The phone set is picked up. This icon flashed when having incoming call, lighted when

 

communicating.

The phone set is hung up.

Private Call.

Conference Call.

Five preset private/conference-callingnumbers/groups.

Temperature: This section displays the temperature readings detected from the thermal sensor located at the following areas:

[CPU]: Central Processing Unit on motherboard.

[VGA]: GPU Core of ABIT’s VGA card.

[PWM]: Power-supplyingmodule on motherboard.

[SYS]: Motherboard System.

Fan Speed: This section displays the fan-speedreadings detected from the followingfan-powerconnectors: [CPU], [SYS], [NB], [VGA], [AUX1], [AUX2], [AUX3], [AUX4], [OTES].

These icons flash when the PC is having the following activities:

The PC is having USBadd-indevices connected.

E-Mailmessage received.

MSN message received.

Abnormal temperature reading has been detected.

(Function Reserved)

(Function Reserved)

(Function Reserved)

(Function Reserved)

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