Jetway CN62K-LF

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General Information

Under Development

This page is currently under development by: Peterbr

It aims to provide you with: A guide to configure all hardware features of the CN62K

Concerns or Compliments? Please use the discussion page.

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The Jetway CN62K is a motherboard with an AMD AM2 socket, 4 SATA Ports, IDE connector, Realtek ALC 883, onboard Nvidia graphics 2 LAN ports, 1 PCI slot and 6 USB ports.

  • Supports AMD Phenom/ Athlon series processors
  • Integrated Geforce 8200 graphics (DirectX10)
  • Uses nVIDIA MCP78S
  • Supports AMD AM2+ Phenom (65w) the multi- cores processor
  • Supports the 1080p high clear broadcast, supports H.264,VC-1 and the MPEG2 decoding




Technical Specifications Summary

Form factor             : ATX Form Factor: 12.0-in x 9.6-in, 30.5 cm x 24.4 cm
CPU-Socket              : AM2+
Processors              : AMD Phenom, Athlon 64 FX, Athlon 64 X2, Athlon 64 (CPU ≤ 65W)
Chipset                 : NVIDIA GeForce 8200 mGPU (MCP78S) single chipset supports HT 3.0/DirectX 10/PureVideo HD
Memory                  : 1 x DDR2 533/667/800 DIMM slot (up to 2 GB)
Graphics                : Integrated NVIDIA GeForce 8200 mGPU Core
Audio                   : Realtek ALC883 7.1 Channel HD Audio with S/PDIF
LAN                     : Realtek RTL8111C PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet
                          Realtek RTL8211B PHY Gigabit Ethernet
Formfactor              : Mini ITX

IO Options

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  • PS/2 Keyboard and PS/2 Mouse connectors
  • Floppy disk drive connector x 1 pc.
  • Serial port header x 2pc.
  • DVI connector x 1pc.
  • D-Sub VGA connector x 1pc.
  • USB2.0 port x 4 pcs. and header x 4pcs. (connecting optional cable)
  • Supports the HDMI high clear numerical code transmission to lie between the surface (to bestow DVI to transfer HDMI to transform)
  • Audio connector (Line-in, Line-out, MIC / 7.1CH Audio)

Overview

TBD

Kernel Configuration Options

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Kernel Configuration Options

TBD

CPU Options

CPU AMD Athlon X2 Dual-Core: For recommended settings, see Safe Cflags

Changing CPU and/or compiler flag options may change the interoperability of kernel modules with the original kernel environment from before the changes. It is good practice to keep the original kernel environment as fall back to boot from in case the new generated kernel fails to boot. To prevent the original generated kernel modules from being overwritten by the make modules_install command, add a local version ident to the kernel version string. Mixing new generated modules with the original kernel might result in many error messages from dmesg command, like disagrees about version of symbol struct_module

PCI Bus

TBD

SATA Support

TBD

IDE Support

TBD

Power Management

TBD

USB Support

TBD

Hardware Sensors

TBD

Sound Support

TBD

Network Support

TBD

LSPCI Info

TBD


PCI Bus

TBD

SATA Support

TBD

IDE Support

TBD

Power Management

TBD

USB Support

TBD

Hardware Sensors

TBD

Sound Support

TBD

Network Support

TBD

LSPCI Info

TBD

See Also

Jetway's Product Page