AMD CS5530A

AMD Geode™ CS5530A
Companion Device Data Book
October 2003
Publication ID: May 2001, Revision 1.1
AMD Geode™ CS5530A Companion Device Data Book
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Contents
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Contents
List of Figures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
List of Tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
1.0
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1.1
1.2
2.0
Architecture Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.10
3.0
Processor Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
PCI Bus Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
ISA Bus Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
AT Compatibility Logic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
IDE Controllers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Power Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
XpressAUDIO™ Subsystem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Display Subsystem Extensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Clock Generation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Universal Serial Bus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Signal Definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
3.1
3.2
4.0
General Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Pin Assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Signal Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Functional Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
Processor Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
PCI Bus Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Resets and Clocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Power Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
PC/AT Compatibility Logic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
IDE Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
XpressAUDIO™ Subsystem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Display Subsystem Extensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
Universal Serial Bus Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140
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Register Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
6.0
Electrical Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 233
Absolute Maximum Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 234
Operating Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 234
DC Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 235
AC Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 239
Display Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 246
Test Mode Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 251
7.1
7.2
8.0
PCI Configuration Space and Access Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144
Register Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145
Chipset Register Space . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155
USB Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205
ISA Legacy I/O Register Space . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 215
V-ACPI I/O Register Space . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 224
Electrical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 233
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
7.0
NAND Tree Test Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 251
I/O Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 253
Physical Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 255
Appendix A
A.1
4
Contents
Support Documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 257
REVISION HISTORY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 257
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List of Figures
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Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Example System Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
AC97 Codec Signal Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
8-Bit Display Subsystem Extensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
CS5530A Clock Generation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
CS5530A Signal Groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
352 PBGA Pin Assignment Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Processor Signal Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Portable/Desktop Display Subsystem Configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
PIXEL Signal Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Subtractive Decoding Timing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
CS5530A Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
System Clock Distribution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
General Purpose Timer and UDEF Trap SMI Tree Example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Non-Posted PCI-to-ISA Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
PCI to ISA Cycles with Delayed Transaction Enabled . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Limited ISA Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
ISA Master Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
ISA DMA Read from PCI Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
ISA DMA Write To PCI Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
PIT Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
PIC Interrupt Controllers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
PCI and IRQ Interrupt Mapping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
SMI Generation for NMI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
External RTC Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
CS5530A and IDE Channel Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
PRD Table Example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
AC97 Signal Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Audio SMI Tree Example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126
8-Bit Display Subsystem Extensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
Video Port Protocol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134
Test Measurements for AC Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 240
Test Circuit for AC Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 240
PCI Rising Edge (tLH) Test Circuit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 241
PCI Falling Edge (tHL) Test Circuit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 241
PCI Slew Rate Test Circuit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 241
3.3V PCICLK Waveform . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 242
CPU Interface Timing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 243
Audio Interface Timing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 244
USB Timing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 245
USB Test Circuit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 245
Display TFT/TV Outputs Delays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 248
MPEG Timing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 248
Typical Video Connection Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 249
Example: NAND Tree Output Waveform . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 251
352 PBGA Mechanical Package Outline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 255
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Table 3-1.
Table 3-2.
Table 3-3.
Table 4-1.
Table 4-2.
Table 4-3.
Table 4-4.
Table 4-5.
Table 4-6.
Table 4-7.
Table 4-8.
Table 4-9.
Table 4-10.
Table 4-11.
Table 4-12.
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Table 4-33.
Table 4-34.
Table 4-35.
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Table 4-37.
Table 4-38.
Table 4-39.
Table 4-40.
Table 4-41.
Table 4-42.
Pin Type Definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
352 PBGA Pin Assignments - Sorted by Pin Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
352 PBGA Pin Assignments - Sorted Alphabetically by Signal Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
GX1 Processor Serial Packet Register . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
PCI Command Register . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
PCI Command Encoding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Subtractive Decoding Related Bits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
PERR#/SERR# Associated Register Bits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
PCI Interrupt Steering Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Delay Transaction Programming Bits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
ISACLK Divider Bits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
DCLK Configuration Register . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
F4BAR+Memory Offset 24h[22:12] Decode (Value of “N”) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Base Address Register (F1BAR) for SMI Status and ACPI Timer Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Suspend Configuration Register . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Clock Stop Control Register . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Suspend Modulation Related Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Power Management Shadow Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
APM Support Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Power Management Global Enabling Bits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Keyboard/Mouse Idle Timer and Trap Related Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Parallel/Serial Idle Timer and Trap Related Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Floppy Disk Idle Timer and Trap Related Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Primary Hard Disk Idle Timer and Trap Related Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Secondary Hard Disk Idle Timer and Trap Related Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
User Defined Device 1 (UDEF1) Idle Timer and Trap Related Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
User Defined Device 2 (UDEF2) Idle Timer and Trap Related Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
User Defined Device 3 (UDEF3) Idle Timer and Trap Related Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Video Idle Timer and Trap Related Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
VGA Timer Related Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
General Purpose Timers and Control Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
ACPI Timer Related Registers/Bits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
V-ACPI I/O Register Space Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
GPIO Pin Function Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
GPIO Pin Configuration/Control Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Top Level SMI Status Register (Read to Clear) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
Second Level Pwr Mgmnt SMI Status Reporting Registers (Read to Clear) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Device Power Management Programming Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
Cycle Configuration Bits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Signal Assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
I/O Recovery Programming Register . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
ROM Interface Related Bits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
DMA Shadow Register . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
PIT Control and I/O Port 061h Associated Register Bits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
PIT Shadow Register . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
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PIC Interrupt Mapping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
PCI INTA Cycle Disable/Enable Bit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
PIC Shadow Register . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
PCI Interrupt Steering Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Interrupt Edge/Level Select Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
I/O Ports 061h and 092h . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
I/O Port 092h Decode Enable Bit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Decode Control Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
External Keyboard Controller Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
A20 Associated Programming Bits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
Real-Time Clock Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
IDE Reset Bits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
Base Address Register (F2BAR) for IDE Support Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
PIO Programming Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112
IDE Bus Master PRD Table Address Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
IDE Bus Master Command and Status Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
Physical Region Descriptor Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
Ultra DMA/33 Signal Definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
MDMA/UDMA Control Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Base Address Register (F3BAR) for XpressAUDIO™ Subsystem Support Registers . . . . 118
Generic Bit Formats for Audio Bus Master Configuration Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Audio Bus Master Configuration Register Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
Physical Region Descriptor Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
Codec Configuration/Control Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
Second Level SMI Status Reporting Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127
Third Level SMI Status Reporting Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129
Sound Card I/O Trap and Fast Path Enable Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130
IRQ Configuration Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131
Base Address Register (F4BAR) for Video Controller Support Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
Video Input Format Bits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135
Video Scale Register . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
Video X and Y Position Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137
Video Color Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137
Display Configuration Register . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138
USB PCI Configuration Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140
USB Controller Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141
PCI Configuration Address Register (0CF8h) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144
Function 0: PCI Header and Bridge Configuration Registers Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145
Function 1: PCI Header Registers for SMI Status and ACPI Timer Summary . . . . . . . . . . 147
F1BAR: SMI Status and ACPI Timer Registers Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147
Function 2: PCI Header Registers for IDE Controller Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148
F2BAR: IDE Controller Configuration Registers Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148
Function 3: PCI Header Registers for XpressAUDIO™ Subsystem Summary . . . . . . . . . . 149
F3BAR: XpressAUDIO™ Subsystem Configuration Registers Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149
Function 4: PCI Header Registers for Video Controller Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150
F4BAR: Video Controller Configuration Registers Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150
USB PCI Configuration Registers Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151
USB BAR: USB Controller Registers Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151
ISA Legacy I/O Registers Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152
V-ACPI I/O Register Space Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154
F0 Index xxh: PCI Header and Bridge Configuration Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155
F1 Index xxh: PCI Header Registers for SMI Status and ACPI Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 180
F1BAR+Memory Offset xxh: SMI Status and ACPI Timer Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181
F2 Index xxh: PCI Header Registers for IDE Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 184
F2BAR+I/O Offset xxh: IDE Configuration Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 185
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F3 Index xxh: PCI Header Registers for XpressAUDIO™ Subsystem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 188
F3BAR+Memory Offset xxh: XpressAUDIO™ Subsystem Configuration Registers . . . . . . 189
F4 Index xxh: PCI Header Registers for Video Controller Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198
F4BAR+Memory Offset xxh: Video Controller Configuration Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 199
F4BAR+Memory Offset 24h[22:12] Decode (Value of “N”) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204
USB Index xxh: USB PCI Configuration Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205
USB BAR+Memory Offset xxh: USB Controller Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 208
DMA Channel Control Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 215
DMA Page Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 218
Programmable Interval Timer Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 219
Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220
Keyboard Controller Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 222
Real-Time Clock Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 222
Miscellaneous Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 223
V-ACPI Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 224
SETUP_IDX Values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 227
GPIO Mapping (0x10-0x17) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 228
IRQ Wakeup Status Mapping (0x30-0x3F) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 229
Commands (0x41-0x43, and 0x50) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 229
Signature/Length Block for 0x43 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 230
I/O Block for 0x43 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 230
Audio Soft SMI Emulation (0x60-0x63) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 231
Audio Power Control (0x64) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 231
Pins with Weak Internal Pull-Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 233
Absolute Maximum Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 234
Operating Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 234
DC Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 235
System Conditions Used to Determine CS5530A’s Current Used During the “On” State . . 237
DC Characteristics During Power States . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 238
Drive Level and Measurement Points for AC Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 239
AC Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 239
Clock and Reset Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 242
DCLK PLL Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 243
CPU Interface Timing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 243
Audio Interface Timing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 244
USB Timing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 245
CRT Display Recommended Operating Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 246
CRT Display Analog (DAC) Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 246
Display Miscellaneous Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 247
CRT, TFT/TV and MPEG Display Timing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 247
NAND Tree Test Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 251
NAND Tree Test Mode Pins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 252
I/O Test Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 253
I/O Test Sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 253
Revision History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 257
Edits to Create Revision 1.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 257
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1.0AMD Geode™ CS5530A
Companion Device
1.1
General Description
The AMD Geode™ CS5530A companion device is
designed to work in conjunction with an AMD Geode™
GX1 processor. Together, the Geode GX1 processor and
CS5530A companion device provide a system-level solution well suited for the high performance needs of a host of
devices which include digital set-top boxes and thin client
devices. Due to the low power consumption of the GX1
processor, this solution satisfies the needs of battery powered devices such as AMD’s WebPAD system, and thermal
design is eased allowing for fanless system design.
The CS5530A is a PCI-to-ISA bridge (South Bridge), ACPIcompliant chipset that provides AT/ISA style functionality.
The device contains state-of-the-art power management
that enables systems, especially battery powered systems,
to significantly reduce power consumption.
Audio is supported through PCI bus master engines that
connect to an AC97 compatible codec. If industry standard
audio is required, a combination of hardware and software
called Virtual System Architecture™ (VSA) technology is
provided.
The Geode GX1 processor’s graphics/video output is connected to the CS5530A. The CS5530A graphics/video support includes a PLL that generates the DOT clock for the
GX1 processor (where the graphics controller is located),
video acceleration hardware, gamma RAM plus three
DACs for RGB output to CRT, and digital RGB that can be
directly connected to TFT panels or NTSC/PAL encoders.
PCI Bus
USB
PCI to USB Macro
PCI to X-Bus / X-Bus to PCI Bridge
PCI Configuration
Registers
Active Decode
Address Mapper
X-Bus Arbiter
GPIOs
Pwr Mgmt, Traps,
Events, and Timers
GPCS
X-Bus
Graphics
and Video
from CPU
TFT/CRT
AT Compatibility Logic
Display Interface
Audio/Codec/MPU
Interface
MPEG, DOT Clock
CSC and SCL
RGB/FP Interface
ISA Bus Interface
AT Ports, ISA Megacells
Joystick
CS5530A Support
Ultra DMA/33
IDE
Interface
AC97 Codec
Joystick / Game Port
ISA Bus
IDE
Figure 1-1. Block Diagram
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Two bus mastering IDE controllers are included for support
of up to four ATA-compliant devices. A two-port Universal
Serial Bus (USB) provides high speed, Plug & Play expansion for a variety of consumer peripheral devices such as a
keyboard, mouse, printer, and digital camera. If additional
functions are required like real-time clock, floppy disk, PS2
keyboard, and PS2 mouse, a SuperI/O device can be easily connected to the CS5530A.
AMD Geode™ CS5530A Companion Device
Power Management
■ Intelligent system controller supports multiple power
management standards:
— Full ACPI and Legacy (APM) support
— Directly manages all GX1 processor’s power states
(including automatic Suspend modulation for optimal
performance/thermal balancing)
■ I/O traps and idle timers for peripheral power
1.2
Features
General Features
■ Designed for use with AMD’s Geode GX1 processor
management
■ Up to eight GPIOs for system control:
— All eight are configurable as external wakeup events
■ Dedicated inputs for keyboard and mouse wakeup
events
■ 352 PBGA (Plastic Ball Grid Array) package
■ 3.3V or 5.0V PCI bus compatible
■ 5.0V tolerant on all inputs
■ 3.3V core
PCI-to-ISA Bridge
■ PCI 2.1 compliant
■ Supports PCI initiator-to-ISA and ISA master-to-PCI
cycle translations
■ PCI master for audio I/O and IDE controllers
■ Subtractive agent for unclaimed transactions
■ PCI-to-ISA interrupt mapper/translator
AT Compatibility
■ Two 8259A-equivalent interrupt controllers
■ 8254-equivalent timer
■ Two 8237-equivalent DMA controllers
■ Boot ROM and keyboard chip select
■ Extended ROM to 16 MB
Bus Mastering IDE Controllers
■ Two controllers with support for up to four IDE devices
■ Independent timing for master and slave devices for both
channels
■ PCI bus master burst reads and writes
■ Ultra DMA/33 (ATA-4) support
■ Multiword DMA support
■ Programmed I/O (PIO) Modes 0-4 support
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■ Provides "back-end" hardware support via six buffered
PCI bus masters
■ AC97 codec interface:
— Specification Revision 1.3, 2.0, and 2.1 compliant
interface. Note that the codec must have SRC
(sample rate conversion) support
Display Subsystem Extensions
■ Complements the GX1 processor’s graphics and video
capabilities:
— Three independent line buffers for accelerating video
data streams
— Handles asynchronous video and graphics data
streams concurrently from the processor
— YUV to RGB conversion hardware
— Arbitrary X & Y interpolative scaling
— Color keying for graphics/video overlay
■ VDACs / Display interface:
— Three integrated DACs
— Gamma RAM:
– Provides gamma correction for graphics data
streams
– Provides brightness/contrast correction for video
data streams
— Integrated DOT clock generator
— Digital RGB interface drives TFT panels or standard
NTSC/PAL encoders
— Up to 1280x1024 @ 85 Hz
Universal Serial Bus
■ Two independent USB interfaces:
— Open Host Controller Interface (OpenHCI)
specification compliant
— Second generation proven core design
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The Geode CS5530A can be described as providing the
functional blocks as shown in Figure 1-1 on page 11.
Processor Support
The traditional south bridge functionality included in the
CS5530A companion device has been designed to support
the GX1processor. When combined with a GX1 processor,
the CS5530A provides a bridge which supports a standard
ISA bus and system ROM. As part of the video subsystem,
the CS5530A provides MPEG video acceleration and a
digital RGB interface, to allow direct connection to TFT
LCD panels. This chip also integrates a gamma RAM and
three DACs, allowing for direct connection of a CRT monitor. Figure 2-1 shows a typical system block diagram.
• Processor support
• PCI bus master/slave interface
• ISA bus interface
• AT compatibility logic
• IDE controllers
• Power management:
— GPIO interfaces
— Traps, Events, Timers
For detailed information regarding processor signal connections refer to Section 4.1 "Processor Interface" on page
48.
• Joystick/Game port interface
• Virtual audio support hardware
• Video display, which includes MPEG accelerator,
RAMDAC, and video ports
• USB controller
Memory Data Bus
Memory
Port
Memory
YUV Port
(Video)
AMD Geode™
GX1
Processor
Clocks
Serial
Packet
USB
(2 Ports)
RGB Port
(Graphics)
CRT
PCI Interface
PCI Bus
TFT
Flat Panel
or TV
NTSC/PAL
Encoder
Speakers
Graphics Data
Video Data
CD
ROM
Audio
AC97
Codec
AMD Geode™
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Companion
Device
Analog RGB
Digital RGB
Ultra DMA/33 IDE Bus
Microphone
GPIOs
DC-DC
&
Battery
SuperI/O
IDE Devices
BIOS
ISA Bus
Figure 2-1. Example System Block Diagram
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PCI Bus Interface
Architecture Overview
2.4
AT Compatibility Logic
The CS5530A provides a PCI bus interface that is both a
slave for PCI cycles initiated by the CPU or other PCI master devices, and a non-preemptable master for DMA transfer cycles. The chip also is a standard PCI master for the
IDE controllers and audio I/O logic. The CS5530A supports
positive decode for configurable memory and I/O regions
and implements a subtractive decode option for unclaimed
PCI accesses. The CS5530A also generates address and
data parity and performs parity checking. The CS5530A
does not include the PCI bus arbiter, which is located in the
processor.
The CS5530A integrates:
Configuration registers are accessed through the PCI interface using the PCI Bus Type 1 configuration mechanism as
described in the PCI 2.1 Specification.
• Support for standard AT keyboard controllers
• Two 8237-equivalent DMA controllers with full 32-bit
addressing
• Two 8259-equivalent interrupt controllers providing 13
individually programmable external interrupts
• An 8254-equivalent timer for refresh, timer, and speaker
logic
• NMI control and generation for PCI system errors and all
parity errors
• Positive decode for the AT I/O register space
• Reset control
2.3
ISA Bus Interface
The CS5530A provides an ISA bus interface for unclaimed
memory and I/O cycles on PCI. The CS5530A is the
default subtractive decoding agent and forwards all
unclaimed memory and I/O cycles to the ISA interface;
however, the CS5530A may be configured to ignore either
I/O, memory, or all unclaimed cycles (subtractive decode
disabled).
The CS5530A supports two modes on the ISA interface.
The default mode, Limited ISA Mode, supports the full
memory and I/O address range without ISA mastering. The
address and data buses are multiplexed together, requiring
an external latch to latch the lower 16 bits of address of the
ISA cycle. The signal SA_LATCH is generated when the
data on the SA/SD bus is a valid address. Additionally, the
upper four address bits, SA[23:20], are multiplexed on
GPIO[7:4].
The second mode, ISA Master Mode, supports ISA bus
masters and requires no external circuitry. When the
CS5530A is placed in ISA Master Mode, a large number of
pins are redefined. In this mode, the CS5530A cannot support TFT flat panels or TV controllers since most of the signals used to support these functions have been redefined.
This mode is required if ISA slots or ISA masters are used.
ISA master cycles are only passed to the PCI bus if they
access memory. I/O accesses are left to complete on the
ISA bus.
For further information regarding mode selection and operational details refer to Section 4.5.2.2 "Limited ISA and ISA
Master Modes" on page 92.
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2.4.1
DMA Controller
The CS5530A supports the industry standard DMA architecture using two 8237-compatible DMA controllers in cascaded configuration. CS5530A-supported DMA functions
include:
• Standard seven-channel DMA support
• 32-bit address range support via high page registers
• IOCHRDY extended cycles for compatible timing
transfers
• ISA bus master device support using cascade mode
2.4.2
Programmable Interval Timer
The CS5530A contains an 8254-equivalent programmable
interval timer. This device has three timers, each with an
input frequency of 1.193 MHz.
2.4.3
Programmable Interrupt Controller
The CS5530A contains two 8259-equivalent programmable
interrupt controllers (PICs), with eight interrupt request
lines each, for a total of 16 interrupts. The two controllers
are cascaded internally, and two of the interrupt request
inputs are connected to the internal circuitry. This allows a
total of 13 externally available interrupt requests.
Each CS5530A IRQ signal can be individually selected as
edge- or level-sensitive. The PCI interrupt signals are
routed internally to the PICs IRQs.
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IDE Controllers
2.7
XpressAUDIO™ Subsystem
The CS5530A integrates two PCI bus mastering, ATA-4
compatible IDE controllers. These controllers support Ultra
DMA/33 (enabled in Microsoft® Windows 95 and Windows
NT® by using a driver provided by AMD), Multiword DMA,
and Programmed I/O (PIO) modes. Two devices are supported on each controller. The data-transfer speed for each
device on each controller can be independently programmed. This allows high-speed IDE peripherals to coexist on the same channel as lower speed devices. Faster
devices must be ATA-4 compatible.
XpressAUDIO™ architecture in the CS5530A offers a combined hardware/software support solution to meet industry
standard audio requirements. XpressAUDIO architecture
uses VSA technology along with additional hardware features to provide the necessary support for industry standard 16-bit stereo synthesis and OPL3 emulation.
2.6
• VSA technology support.
Power Management
The CS5530A integrates advanced power management
features including:
• Idle timers for common system peripherals
• Address trap registers for programmable address
ranges for I/O or memory accesses
• Up to eight programmable GPIOs
• Clock throttling with automatic speedup for the CPU
clock
• Software CPU stop clock
• Save-to-Disk/RAM with peripheral shadow registers
• Dedicated serial bus to/from the GX1 processor
providing CPU power management status
The CS5530A is an ACPI (Advanced Control and Power
Interface) compliant chipset. An ACPI compliant system is
one whose underlying BIOS, device drivers, chipset and
peripherals conform to revision 1.0 or newer of the ACPI
specification. The “Fixed Feature” and “General Purpose”
registers are virtual. They are emulated by the SMI handling code rather than existing in physical hardware. To the
ACPI compliant operating system, the SMI-base virtualization is transparent; however, to eliminate unnecessary
latencies, the ACPI timer exists in physical hardware.
The hardware portion of the XpressAUDIO subsystem can
broadly be divided into two categories. Hardware for:
• Transporting streaming audio data to/from the system
memory and an AC97 codec.
2.7.1
Low latency audio I/O is accomplished by a buffered PCI
bus mastering controller.
External Source
BITCLK
Geode™
CS5530A SYNC
BIT_CLK
24.576 MHz
SYNC
PC_BEEP
PC_BEEP
SDAT_I
SDATA_IN
SDAT_O
The CS5530A V-ACPI (Virtual ACPI) solution provides the
following support:
• CPU States — C1, C2
AC97 Codec Interface
The CS5530A provides an AC97 Specification Revision
1.3, 2.0, and 2.1 compatible interface. Any AC97 codec
which supports an independent input and output sample
rate conversion interface can be used with the CS5530A.
This type of codec allows for a design which meets the
requirements for PC97 and PC98-compliant audio as
defined by Microsoft Corporation. Figure 2-2 shows the
codec and CS5530A signal connections. For specifics on
the serial interface, refer to the appropriate codec manufacturer’s data sheet.
AC97
Codec
SDATA_OUT
Figure 2-2. AC97 Codec Signal Connections
• Sleep States — S1, S2, S4, S4BIOS, S5
• Embedded Controller (Optional) — SCI and SWI event
inputs.
• General Purpose Events — Fully programmable GPE0
Event Block registers.
2.6.1
GPIO Interface
Eight GPIO pins are provided for general usage in the system. GPIO[3:0] are dedicated pins and can be configured
as inputs or outputs. GPIO[7:4] can be configured as the
upper addresses of the ISA bus, SA[23:20]. All GPIOs can
also be configured to generate an SMI on input edge transitions.
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VSA Technology Support Hardware
The CS5530A companion device incorporates the required
hardware in order to support VSA technology for the capture and playback of audio using an external codec. This
eliminates much of the hardware traditionally associated
with industry standard audio functions.
XpressAUDIO software provides 16-bit compatible sound.
This software is available to OEMs for incorporation into
the system BIOS ROM.
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Display Subsystem Extensions
The CS5530A incorporates extensions to the GX1 processor’s display subsystem. These include:
• Gamma RAM
— Brightness and contrast control
• Video Accelerator
— Buffers and formats input YUV video data from the
processor
— 8-bit interface to the processor
— X & Y scaler with bilinear filter
— Color space converter (YUV to RGB)
• Display Interface
— Integrated RGB Video DACs
— VESA DDC2B/DPMS support
— Flat panel interface
Figure 2-3 shows the data path of the display subsystem
extensions.
• Video Overlay Logic
— Color key
— Data switch for graphics and video data
Input
Formatter
Buffer 0
24
Formatter
/
Scaler
Buffer 1
VID_DATA[7:0]
Vertical
Filter
Color
Space
Converter
Horizontal
Filter
8
Buffer 2
(3x360x32 bit)
Video
24
Color Key
Register
24
24
24
PIXEL[23:0]
Enable Gamma
Correction Register
Color
Compare
Bypass
24
24
Gamma
RAM
24
Dither
18
FP_DATA
8 each
DAC
RGB to CRT
Figure 2-3. 8-Bit Display Subsystem Extensions
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Clock Generation
2.10
In a CS5530A/GX1 processor based system, the CS5530A
generates only the video DOT clock (DCLK) for the CPU
and the ISA clock. All other clocks are generated by an
external clock chip.
The ISACLK is created by dividing the PCICLK. For ISA
compatibility, the ISACLK nominally runs at 8.33 MHz or
less. The ISACLK dividers are programmed via F0 Index
50h[2:0].
Universal Serial Bus
The CS5530A provides two complete, independent USB
ports. Each port has a Data “–” and a Data “+” pin.
The USB controller is a compliant Open Host Controller
Interface (OpenHCI). The OpenHCI specification provides
a register-level description for a host controller, as well as a
common industry hardware/software interface and drivers
(see OpenHCI Specification, Revision 1.0, for description).
DCLK is generated from the 14.31818 MHz input
(CLK_14MHZ). A combination of a phase locked loop
(PLL), linear feedback shift register (LFSR) and divisors
are used to generate the desired frequencies for the DCLK.
The divisors and LFSR are configurable through the
F4BAR+Memory Offset 24h. For applications that do not
use the GX1 processor’s graphics subsystem, this is an
available clock for general purpose use.
Figure 2-4 shows a block diagram for clock generation
within the CS5530A.
TVCLK
CLK_14MHZ
PCICLK
M
U
X
DCLK
÷N
ISACLK
DCLK
PLL
Figure 2-4. CS5530A Clock Generation
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3.0Signal Definitions
This section defines the signals and describes the external interface of the Geode CS5530A. Figure 3-1 shows the pins
organized by their functional groupings (internal test and electrical pins are not shown).
CPU Interface
INTR
SMI#
IRQ13
PSERIAL
SUSP#
SUSPA#
SUSP_3V
HOLD_REQ#
PCI Bus
AD[31:0]
C/BE[3:0]#
INTA#-INTD#
REQ#
GNT#
FRAME#
IRDY#
TRDY#
STOP#
LOCK#
DEVSEL#
PAR
PERR#
SERR#
ROM Interface
KBROMCS#
Audio Interface
PC_BEEP
SDATA_OUT
SDATA_IN
SYNC
BIT_CLK
Display: Pixel
Port
PCLK
PIXEL[23:0]
ENA_DISP
USBCLK
TVCLK
DCLK
PCICLK
ISACLK
CLK14_MHZ
CLK_32K
PCI_RST#
POR#
CPU_RST
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Note: Pins that change
function when ISA Master
mode is invoked are represented with the ISA Master Mode function signal
name in parenthesis.
D+_PORT1
D–_PORT1
D+_PORT2
D–_PORT2
POWER_EN
OVER_CUR#
IDE_ADDR[2:0]
IDE_RST#
IDE_CS0#
IDE_CS1#
IDE_DREQ0
IDE_DREQ1
IDE_DACK0#
IDE_DACK1#
IDE_IORDY0
IDE_IORDY1
IDE_IOW0#
IDE_IOW1#
IDE_IOR0#
IDE_IOR1#
IDE_DATA[15:0]
Clocks
Reset
USB
IDE Controller
Figure 3-1. CS5530A Signal Groups
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Display: CRT
Display: TFT/TV
Display: MPEG
Signal Definitions
HSYNC
VSYNC
HSYNC_OUT
VSYNC_OUT
DDC_SCL
DDC_SDA
IREF
EXTVREFIN
AVDD1-3
AVSS1-5
IOUTR
IOUTG
IOUTB
FP_DATA17 (MASTER#)
FP_DATA16 (SA_OE#)
FP_DATA[15:0] (SA[15:0])
FP_CLK (No Function)
FP_CLK_EVEN (No Function)
FP_HSYNC_OUT (SMEMW#)
FP_VSYNC_OUT (SMEMR#)
FP_DISP_ENA_OUT (No Function)
FP_ENA_VDD (No Function)
FP_ENA_BKL (No Function)
FP_HSYNC (No Function)
FP_VSYNC (No Function)
Analog
ISA Bus
External RTC
DCLKPLL
Game Port/
GPIO
CS5530A Signal Groups (Continued)
Pin Assignments
Table 3-1. Pin Type Definitions
The tables in this section use several common abbreviations. Table 3-1 lists the mnemonics and their meanings.
Figure 3-2 shows the pin assignment for the CS5530A with
Tables 3-2 and 3-3 listing the pin assignments sorted by pin
number and alphabetically by signal name, respectively.
In Section 3.2 "Signal Descriptions" on page 29 a description of each signal within its associated functional group is
provided.
In the signal definitions, references to F0-F4, F1BAR,
F2BAR, F3BAR, F4BAR, and PCIUSB are made. These
terms relate to designated register spaces. Refer to Table
5-1 "PCI Configuration Address Register (0CF8h)" on page
144 for details regarding these register spaces and their
access mechanisms.
Mnemonic
Definition
I
Input pin1
I/O
Bidirectional pin1,2
O
Output pin1, 2
OD
Open-drain output structure that allows multiple
devices to share the pin in a wired-OR configuration
PU
Pull-up resistor
SMT
Schmitt Trigger
VDD (PWR)
Power pin
VSS (GND)
Ground pin
#
The “#” symbol at the end of a signal name indicates that the active, or asserted state occurs
when the signal is at a low voltage level. When
“#” is not present after the signal name, the signal is asserted when at a high voltage level.
1.
2.
20
PLLDVD
PLLVAA
PLLAGD
PLLDGN
GPCS#
GPORT_CS#
(SA[23:20]) GPIO[7:4]/SA[23:20]
GPIO[3:2]
GPIO1/SDATA_IN2
GPIO0
VID_DATA[7:0]
VID_RDY
VID_CLK
VID_VAL
Figure 3-1.
3.1
Analog
SA[19:16]
(SD[15:0]) SA[15:0]/SD[15:0]
(SA_DIR) SA_LATCH
SBHE#
BALE
IOCHRDY
ZEROWS#
IOCS16#
IOR#
IOW#
MEMCS16#
MEMR#
MEMW#
AEN
IRQ[15:14], [12:9], [7:3], 1
IRQ8#
DRQ[7:5], [3:0]
DACK#[7:5], [3:0]
TC
SMEMW#/RTCCS#
SMEMR#/RTCALE
All buffers are 5 volt tolerant.
All digital bidirectional and output pins can be TRI-STATE signals unless a weak pull-up is enabled.
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14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
PCLK
INTA#
AD0
AD7
AD9
AD12
AD10
AD15
PAR
VDAT6 VDAT2 INTD#
AD3
AD5
AD6
C/BE0# AD11
VDAT3 VDAT7 VDAT1 PRST# INTC#
AD2
AD4
VSS
VDAT4
VSS
VDD
AD8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
PIX0
PIX1
PIX2
PIX7
PIX10
VCLK
PIX12
PIX16
PIX19
DCLK
ENADISP TVCLK
PIX4
PIX5
VSYNC
PIX8
VDVAL
PIX15
PIX18 VDRDY PIX22
FPVSY FPHSY
VDD
PIX3
PIX11
HSYN
PIX14
PIX17
PIX21
PIX23
TEST
VSS
PIX6
PIX9
PIX13
VSS
PIX20
VDD
12
22
23
24
25
26
A
A
VDAT0 VDAT5
SERR# DVSL# C/BE2# AD17
AD16
B
B
AD14 C/BE1# PERR# TRDY# IRDY#
AD18
AD19
VDD
AD13
VSS
AD21
AD22
VSS
VSS
VDD
C
C
LOCK# FRAM#
VDD
D
D
FPD11
NC
VSS
VSS
AD1
INTB#
VSS
VSS
GNT#
AD26 C/BE3#
E
E
FPHSYO FPD10 FPVSYO
VSS
VSS
AD20
AD23
STOP#
FPD9 FPDISENO FPD17
VDD
VSS
VDD
AD24
AD27
FPD8
FPD5
FPD6
VSS
AD25
AD28
AD29
FPD4
FPD15 FPD16
VSS
VDD
AD31 HDRQ#
FPD3
FPD1
VSS
AD30
REQ# PCICLK
VSS
POR# CPURST SUSP#
VDD
SUSP3V SUSPA# PSERL
F
F
G
G
FPD7
Index Mark
H
H
VSS
J
J
FPD2 FPENBKL
K
K
FPD13 FPD0
VSS
CS5530A
FPD14
L
FPD12 FPEVDD FPCKEV VDD
M
FPCLK DDCSCL
VSS DDCSDA
HSYNO VSYNO
VSS
N
AVDD3
P
AVSS4
AVSS5 IOUTR IOUTG
IOUTB
AVSS1
R
IREF
AVSS2
XVREFI AVDD2
AVSS3
AVDD1 VDD_USB SYNC
SDATI
T
NC
L
M
PLDVD
VSS
PLVAA
NC
PLLTEST
NC
PLAGD PLDGN
VSS
14MHZ
N
P
SMI#
INTR
R
IRQ13 DIOW0# DIOR1# DIOR0#
T
VDD DDCK1# DIOW1# DDCK0#
U
U
IDED7 IDED6
IDEA0
IDEA1
V
V
SDATO BITCLK PCBEEP PWREN
VSS
IDED8 IDED10 DCS0#
VSS
IDEA2
VDD
IDED11 IDED9 DCS1#
VSS
IDED1 IDED12 IDED4
W
W
USBCLK
NC OVRCUR# VSS
DRST# IDED5
Y
Y
D–PT1 D+PT1
NC
VSS
D–PT2 D+PT2
NC AVSS_USB
(Top View: Marking orientation is as shown)
AA
AA
AB
AB
NC
NC
NC AVDD_USB
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
32K KRMCS# IRQ9
NC
NC SMEMW# SA7
1
2
IDED15 IDED2 IDED13 IDED3
AC
AC
VSS
VSS
SA3
DCK7# DCK1#
VSS
VDD
IOW#
VSS
VSS
IRQ3 MCS16#
VSS
IRQ14
VSS
VDD
SA10
GPIO5 GPIO0
VSS
DREQ1 IDED14 IDED0
ISACLK DCK6# DCK0#
SA2
SA19
SA16
DRQ1
DRQ3
IRQ7
SLTCH
VDD
IRQ15
DRQ5
SA9
VSS
GPTCS# GPIO4
VDD
SA14 IORDY0 DREQ0
SA0
DRQ2
SA18
IOR#
IRQ5
IRQ8#
IRQ4
0WS# CHRDY SA17
IRQ1
IRQ6
TC
10
13
14
15
AD
AD
SMEMR# SA5
AE
AE
SA1
DCK5#
AEN
SA6
SA4
DCK3# DCK2# BALE
5
6
IRQ10 SBHE# DRQ0 MEMR# DRQ6
SA12
SA13
GPIO6 GPIO1
SA15 IORDY1
MEMW# SA11
DRQ7
GPIO7 GPIO3 GPIO2 GPCS#
AF
AF
3
4
7
8
9
11
12
CS16# IRQ12
16
17
IRQ11
SA8
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
Note: Signal names have been abbreviated in this figure due to space constraints.
= Multiplexed signal
= GND terminal
= PWR terminal
= Changes function in ISA Master Mode
Figure 3-2. 352 PBGA Pin Assignment Diagram
Order Number: CS5530A-UCE
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Table 3-2. 352 PBGA Pin Assignments - Sorted by Pin Number
Pin
No.
Limited
ISA Mode
A1 PIXEL0
Pin
No.
Limited
ISA Mode
ISA Master
Mode
B26 AD19
Pin
No.
Limited
ISA Mode
ISA Master
Mode
D25 AD26
A2 PIXEL1
C1 FP_VSYNC
No Function
A3 PIXEL2
C2 FP_HSYNC
No Function
A4 PIXEL7
C3 VDD
E2 FP_DATA10
SA10
A5 PIXEL10
C4 PIXEL3
E3 FP_VSYNC_OUT
SMEMR#
A6 VID_CLK
C5 PIXEL11
E4 VSS
A7 PIXEL12
C6 HSYNC
E23 VSS
A8 PIXEL16
C7 PIXEL14
E24 AD20
A9 PIXEL19
C8 PIXEL17
E25 AD23
C9 PIXEL21
E26 STOP#
A10 DCLK
D26 C/BE3#
E1 FP_HSYNC_OUT
SMEMW#
A11 VID_DATA0
C10 PIXEL23
F1 FP_DATA9
A12 VID_DATA5
C11 VID_DATA3
F2 FP_DISP_ENA_OUT No Function
A13 PCLK
C12 VID_DATA7
F3 FP_DATA17
A14 INTA#
C13 VID_DATA1
F4 VDD
A15 AD0
C14 PCI_RST#
F23 VSS
A16 AD7
C15 INTC#
F24 VDD
A17 AD9
C16 AD2
F25 AD24
A18 AD12
C17 AD4
F26 AD27
A19 AD10
C18 VSS
G1 FP_DATA8
SA8
A20 AD15
C19 VDD
G2 FP_DATA5
SA5
A21 PAR
C20 AD13
G3 FP_DATA7
SA7
A22 SERR#
C21 VSS
G4 FP_DATA6
SA6
A23 DEVSEL#
C22 LOCK#
G23 VSS
A24 C/BE2#
C23 FRAME#
G24 AD25
A25 AD17
C24 VDD
G25 AD28
A26 AD16
C25 AD21
G26 AD29
B1 ENA_DISP
H1 FP_DATA4
C26 AD22
SA9
MASTER#
SA4
B2 TVCLK
D1 FP_DATA11
B3 PIXEL4
D2 NC
B4 PIXEL5
D3 TEST
B5 VSYNC
D4 VSS
H23 VSS
B6 PIXEL8
D5 PIXEL6
H24 VDD
B7 VID_VAL
D6 PIXEL9
H25 AD31
B8 PIXEL15
D7 PIXEL13
H26 HOLD_REQ#
B9 PIXEL18
D8 VSS
J1 FP_DATA3
SA3
D9 PIXEL20
J2 FP_DATA1
SA1
B10 VID_RDY
22
ISA Master
Mode
Signal Name
Signal Name
Signal Name
SA11
H2 FP_DATA15
SA15
H3 FP_DATA16
SA_OE#
H4 VSS
B11 PIXEL22
D10 VDD
J3 FP_DATA2
SA2
B12 VID_DATA6
D11 VID_DATA4
J4 FP_ENA_BKL
No Function
B13 VID_DATA2
D12 VSS
J23 VSS
B14 INTD#
D13 VSS
J24 AD30
B15 AD3
D14 AD1
J25 REQ#
B16 AD5
D15 INTB#
J26 PCICLK
B17 AD6
D16 VSS
K1 FP_DATA14
B18 C/BE0#
D17 VDD
K2 FP_DATA13
SA13
B19 AD11
D18 AD8
K3 FP_DATA0
SA0
B20 AD14
D19 VSS
K4 VSS
B21 C/BE1#
D20 VSS
K23 VSS
B22 PERR#
D21 VDD
K24 POR#
B23 TRDY#
D22 VSS
K25 CPU_RST
B24 IRDY#
D23 VSS
K26 SUSP#
B25 AD18
D24 GNT#
L1 FP_DATA12
SA14
SA12
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352 PBGA Pin Assignments - Sorted by Pin Number (Continued)
Signal Name
Pin
No.
Limited
ISA Mode
ISA Master
Mode
Signal Name
Signal Name
Pin
No.
Limited
ISA Mode
ISA Master
Mode
Pin
No.
L2 FP_ENA_VDD
No Function
U23 IDE_DATA7
L3 FP_CLK_EVEN
No Function
U24 IDE_DATA6
AC9 VSS
L4 VDD
U25 IDE_ADDR0
AC10 VDD
L23 VDD
U26 IDE_ADDR1
AC11 IOW#
Limited
ISA Mode
AC8 DACK1#
L24 SUSP_3V
V1 SDATA_OUT
AC12 VSS
L25 SUSPA#
V2 BIT_CLK
AC13 VSS
L26 PSERIAL
V3 PC_BEEP
AC14 IRQ3
V4 POWER_EN
AC15 MEMCS16#
M1 FP_CLK
No Function
ISA Master
Mode
M2 DDC_SCL
V23 VSS
AC16 VSS
M3 VSS
V24 IDE_DATA8
AC17 IRQ14
M4 DDC_SDA
V25 IDE_DATA10
AC18 VSS
M23 PLLDVD
V26 IDE_CS0#
AC19 VDD
M24 VSS
W1 USBCLK
AC20 SA10/SD10
SD10
M25 PLLVAA
W2 NC
AC21 GPIO5/SA21
SA21
M26 NC
W3 OVER_CUR#
AC22 GPIO0
N1 HSYNC_OUT
W4 VSS
AC23 VSS
N2 VSYNC_OUT
W23 VSS
AC24 IDE_DREQ1
N3 VSS
W24 IDE_ADDR2
AC25 IDE_DATA14
N4 AVDD3 (DAC)
W25 IDE_RST#
AC26 IDE_DATA0
W26 IDE_DATA5
AD1 NC
N24 NC
Y1 D–_PORT1
AD2 NC
N25 PLLAGD
Y2 D+_PORT1
AD3 NC
N26 PLLDGN
Y3 NC
AD4 SMEMR#/RTCALE
P1 AVSS4 (ICAP)
Y4 VSS
AD5 SA5/SD5
P2 AVSS5 (DAC)
Y23 VDD
AD6 ISACLK
P3 IOUTR
Y24 IDE_DATA11
AD7 DACK6#
P4 IOUTG
Y25 IDE_DATA9
AD8 DACK0#
N23 PLLTEST
AD9 SA2/SD2
P23 VSS
Y26 IDE_CS1#
P24 CLK_14MHZ
AA1 D–_PORT2
AD10 SA19
P25 SMI#
AA2 D+_PORT2
AD11 SA16
P26 INTR
AA3 NC
AD12 DRQ1
AA4 AVSS_USB
AD13 DRQ3
R1 IOUTB
R2 AVSS1 (DAC)
AA23 VSS
AD14 IRQ7
R3 IREF
AA24 IDE_DATA1
AD15 SA_LATCH
R4 AVSS2 (ICAP)
AA25 IDE_DATA12
AD16 VDD
AA26 IDE_DATA4
AD17 IRQ15
R23 IRQ13
R24 IDE_IOW0#
AB1 NC
AD18 DRQ5
R25 IDE_IOR1#
AB2 NC
AD19 SA9/SD9
R26 IDE_IOR0#
AB3 NC
AD20 VSS
AB4 AVDD_USB
AD21 GPORT_CS#
T2 EXTVREFIN
AB23 IDE_DATA15
AD22 GPIO4/SA20
T3 AVDD2 (VREF)
AB24 IDE_DATA2
AD23 VDD
T4 AVSS3 (VREF)
AB25 IDE_DATA13
AD24 SA14/SD14
AB26 IDE_DATA3
AD25 IDE_IORDY0
T1 NC
T23 VDD
T24 IDE_DACK1#
AC1 NC
T25 IDE_IOW1#
AC2 NC
AE1 NC
T26 IDE_DACK0#
AC3 NC
AE2 NC
U1 AVDD1 (DAC)
AC4 VSS
AE3 CLK_32K
U2 VDD_USB
AC5 VSS
U3 SYNC
AC6 SA3/SD3
U4 SDATA_IN
AC7 DACK7#
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SD2
SA_DIR
SD9
SA20
SD14
AD26 IDE_DREQ0
AE4 KBROMCS#
SD3
AE5 IRQ9
AE6 SA1/SD1
SD1
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352 PBGA Pin Assignments - Sorted by Pin Number (Continued)
Signal Name
Pin
No.
Limited
ISA Mode
ISA Master
Mode
Signal Name
Pin
No.
Limited
ISA Mode
AE7 DACK5#
AE23 GPIO6/SA22
AE8 AEN
AE24 GPIO1/SDATA_IN2
AE9 SA0/SD0
SD0
AE10 DRQ2
AE25 SA15/SD15
Signal Name
ISA Master
Mode
SD22
Pin
No.
Limited
ISA Mode
AF13 IRQ1
AF14 IRQ6
SD15
AE26 IDE_IORDY1
AF15 TC
AF16 IOCS16#
AE11 SA18
AF1 NC
AF17 IRQ12
AE12 IOR#
AF2 NC
AF18 IRQ11
AE13 IRQ5
AF3 SMEMW#/RTCCS#
AE14 IRQ8#
AF4 SA7/SD7
SD7
AF20 MEMW#
AE15 IRQ4
AF5 SA6/SD6
SD6
AF21 SA11/SD11
AE16 IRQ10
AF6 SA4/SD4
SD4
AF22 DRQ7
AE17 SBHE#
AF7 DACK3#
AF23 GPIO7/SA23
AE18 DRQ0
AF8 DACK2#
AF24 GPIO3
AF9 BALE
AF25 GPIO2
AE19 MEMR#
AE20 DRQ6
AF10 ZEROWS#
AE21 SA12/SD12
SD12
AF11 IOCHRDY
AE22 SA13/SD13
SD13
AF12 SA17
24
ISA Master
Mode
AF19 SA8/SD8
SD8
SD11
SA23
AF26 GPCS#
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Table 3-3. 352 PBGA Pin Assignments - Sorted Alphabetically by Signal Name
Signal Name
Signal Name
Pin
Type1
Buffer
Type2
Pin
No.
DACK0#
O
8 mA
AD8
DACK1#
O
8 mA
AC8
C16
DACK2#
O
8 mA
AF8
PCI
B15
DACK3#
O
8 mA
AF7
I/O
PCI
C17
DACK5#
O
8 mA
AE7
AD5
I/O
PCI
B16
DACK6#
O
8 mA
AD7
AD6
I/O
PCI
B17
DACK7#
O
8 mA
AC7
AD7
I/O
PCI
A16
DCLK
O
DOTCLK
A10
AD8
I/O
PCI
D18
DDC_SCL
O
8 mA
M2
AD9
I/O
PCI
A17
DDC_SDA
I/O
8 mA
M4
AD10
I/O
PCI
A19
DEVSEL#
I/O
PCI
A23
AD11
I/O
PCI
B19
D–_PORT1
I/O
USB
Y1
AD12
I/O
PCI
A18
D+_PORT1
I/O
USB
Y2
AD13
I/O
PCI
C20
D–_PORT2
I/O
USB
AA1
AD14
I/O
PCI
B20
D+_PORT2
I/O
USB
AA2
AD15
I/O
PCI
A20
DRQ0
I
8 mA
AE18
AD16
I/O
PCI
A26
DRQ1
I
8 mA
AD17
I/O
PCI
A25
AD1
2
AD18
I/O
PCI
B25
DRQ2
I
8 mA
AE10
DRQ3
I
8 mA
AD1
3
DRQ5
I
8 mA
AD1
8
Pin
Type1
Buffer
Type2
AD0
I/O
PCI
A15
AD1
I/O
PCI
D14
AD2
I/O
PCI
AD3
I/O
AD4
Limited ISA
Mode
AD19
ISA Master
Mode
Pin
No.
ISA Master
Mode
I/O
PCI
AD20
I/O
PCI
E24
AD21
I/O
PCI
C25
AD22
I/O
PCI
C26
DRQ6
I
8 mA
AE20
AD23
I/O
PCI
E25
DRQ7
I
8 mA
AF22
AD24
I/O
PCI
F25
ENA_DISP
I
8 mA
B1
AD25
I/O
PCI
G24
EXTVREFIN
I, Analog
--
T2
AD26
I/O
PCI
D25
FP_CLK
No Function
O
FP_CLK
M1
AD27
I/O
PCI
F26
FP_CLK_EVEN
No Function
O
8 mA
L3
AD28
I/O
PCI
G25
FP_DATA0
SA0
I/O
8 mA
K3
AD29
I/O
PCI
G26
FP_DATA1
SA1
I/O
8 mA
J2
AD30
I/O
PCI
J24
FP_DATA2
SA2
I/O
8 mA
J3
AD31
I/O
PCI
H25
FP_DATA3
SA3
I/O
8 mA
J1
AEN
O
8 mA
AE8
FP_DATA4
SA4
I/O
8 mA
H1
AVDD1 (DAC)
I, Analog
--
U1
FP_DATA5
SA5
I/O
8 mA
G2
AVDD2 (VREF)
I, Analog
--
T3
FP_DATA6
SA6
I/O
8 mA
G4
AVDD3 (DAC)
I, Analog
--
N4
FP_DATA7
SA7
I/O
8 mA
G3
PWR
--
AB4
FP_DATA8
SA8
I/O
8 mA
G1
AVSS1 (DAC)
I, Analog
--
R2
FP_DATA9
SA9
I/O
8 mA
F1
AVSS2 (ICAP)
I, Analog
--
R4
FP_DATA10
SA10
I/O
8 mA
E2
AVSS3 (VREF)
I, Analog
--
T4
FP_DATA11
SA11
I/O
8 mA
D1
AVSS4 (ICAP)
I, Analog
--
P1
FP_DATA12
SA12
I/O
8 mA
L1
AVSS5 (DAC)
I, Analog
--
P2
FP_DATA13
SA13
I/O
8 mA
K2
GND
--
AA4
FP_DATA14
SA14
I/O
8 mA
K1
O
8 mA
AF9
FP_DATA15
SA15
I/O
8 mA
H2
H3
AVDD_USB
AVSS_USB
BALE
B26
Limited ISA
Mode
I
8 mA
V2
FP_DATA16
SA_OE#
O
8 mA
C/BE0#
I/O
PCI
B18
FP_DATA17
MASTER#
I/O
8 mA
F3
C/BE1#
I/O
PCI
B21
FP_DISP_ENA_OUT
No Function
O
8 mA
F2
C/BE2#
I/O
PCI
A24
FP_ENA_BKL
No Function
O
8 mA
J4
C/BE3#
I/O
PCI
D26
FP_ENA_VDD
No Function
O
8 mA
L2
C2
BIT_CLK
I (SMT)
CLK
P24
FP_HSYNC
No Function
I
8 mA
CLK_32K
I/O
8 mA
AE3
FP_HSYNC_OUT
SMEMW#
O
8 mA
E1
CPU_RST
O
8 mA
K25
FP_VSYNC
No Function
I
8 mA
C1
CLK_14MHZ
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Signal Definitions
352 PBGA Pin Assignments - Sorted Alphabetically by Signal Name (Continued)
Signal Name
Limited ISA
Mode
FP_VSYNC_OUT
ISA Master
Mode
SMEMR#
Signal Name
Pin
Type1
Buffer
Type2
Pin
No.
Limited ISA
Mode
ISA Master
Mode
Pin
Type1
Buffer
Type2
Pin
No.
R24
O
8 mA
E3
IDE_IOW0#
O
IDE
I/O
PCI
C23
IDE_IOW1#
O
IDE
T25
I
PCI
D24
IDE_RST#
O
IDE
W25
GPCS#
O
8 mA
AF26
INTA#
I
PCI
A14
GPIO0
I/O
8 mA
AC2
2
INTB#
I
PCI
D15
INTC#
I
PCI
C15
GPIO1/SDATA_IN2
I/O
8 mA
AE24
INTD#
I
PCI
B14
GPIO2
I/O
8 mA
AF25
I/O
8 mA
P26
FRAME#
GNT#
GPIO3
I/O
8 mA
AF24
GPIO4/SA20
SA20
I/O
8 mA
AD2
2
GPIO5/SA21
SA21
I/O
8 mA
AC2
1
INTR (strap pin)
IOCHRDY
I/O, OD
8 mA
AF11
IOCS16#
I
8 mA
AF16
IOR#
I/O (PU)
8 mA
AE12
IOUTB
O, Analog
--
R1
IOUTR
O, Analog
--
P3
IOUTG
O, Analog
--
P4
IOW#
I/O (PU)
8 mA
AC1
1
B24
GPIO6/SA22
SA22
I/O
8 mA
AE23
GPIO7/SA23
SA23
I/O
8 mA
AF23
GPORT_CS#
O
8 mA
AD2
1
HOLD_REQ# (strap pin)
I/O
PCI
H26
I
8 mA
C6
HSYNC_OUT
O
8 mA
N1
IRDY#
I/O
PCI
IDE_ADDR0
O
IDE
U25
IREF
I, Analog
--
R3
IDE_ADDR1
O
IDE
U26
IRQ1
I
8 mA
AF13
IRQ3
I
8 mA
AC1
4
IRQ4
I
8 mA
AE15
IRQ5
I
8 mA
AE13
IRQ6
I
8 mA
AF14
IRQ7
I
8 mA
AD1
4
IRQ8#
I
8 mA
AE14
IRQ9
I
8 mA
AE5
IRQ10
I
8 mA
AE16
IRQ11
I
8 mA
AF18
IRQ12
I
8 mA
AF17
IRQ13
I
8 mA
R23
IRQ14
I
8 mA
AC1
7
IRQ15
I
8 mA
AD1
7
HSYNC
IDE_ADDR2
O
IDE
W24
IDE_CS0#
O
IDE
V26
IDE_CS1#
O
IDE
Y26
IDE_DACK0#
IDE_DACK1#
O
O
IDE
IDE
T26
T24
IDE_DATA0
I/O
IDE
AC2
6
IDE_DATA1
I/O
IDE
AA24
IDE_DATA2
I/O
IDE
AB24
IDE_DATA3
I/O
IDE
AB26
IDE_DATA4
I/O
IDE
AA26
IDE_DATA5
IDE_DATA6
I/O
I/O
IDE
IDE
W26
U24
IDE_DATA7
I/O
IDE
U23
IDE_DATA8
I/O
IDE
V24
IDE_DATA9
I/O
IDE
Y25
IDE_DATA10
I/O
IDE
V25
ISACLK
O
8 mA
AD6
IDE_DATA11
I/O
IDE
Y24
KBROMCS#
O
8 mA
AE4
IDE_DATA12
I/O
IDE
AA25
LOCK#
I/O
PCI
C22
IDE_DATA13
I/O
IDE
AB25
MEMCS16#
I/O, OD
8 mA
IDE_DATA14
I/O
IDE
AC2
5
AC1
5
MEMR#
I/O (PU)
8 mA
AE19
IDE_DATA15
I/O
IDE
AB23
MEMW#
I/O (PU)
8 mA
AF20
IDE_DREQ0
I
IDE
AD2
6
NC
--
--
AA3
NC
--
--
AB1
NC
--
--
AB2
NC
--
--
AB3
NC
--
--
AC1
NC
--
--
AC2
NC
--
--
AC3
NC
--
--
AD1
IDE_DREQ1
IDE_IOR0#
I
O
IDE
IDE
AC2
4
R26
IDE_IOR1#
O
IDE
R25
IDE_IORDY0
I
IDE
AD2
5
IDE_IORDY1
26
I
IDE
AE26
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Signal Name
Signal Name
Pin
Type1
Buffer
Type2
Pin
No.
NC
--
--
AD2
REQ#
NC
--
--
AD3
SA0/SD0
NC
--
--
AE1
SA1/SD1
SD1
I/O (PU)
8 mA
AE6
NC
--
--
AE2
SA2/SD2
SD2
I/O (PU)
8 mA
AD9
NC
--
--
AF1
SA3/SD3
SD3
I/O (PU)
8 mA
AC6
NC
--
--
AF2
SA4/SD4
SD4
I/O (PU)
8 mA
AF6
NC
--
--
D2
SA5/SD5
SD5
I/O (PU)
8 mA
AD5
NC
--
--
M26
SA6/SD6
SD6
I/O (PU)
8 mA
AF5
NC
--
--
N24
SA7/SD7
SD7
I/O (PU)
8 mA
AF4
NC
--
--
T1
SA8/SD8
SD8
I/O (PU)
8 mA
AF19
NC
--
--
W2
SA9/SD9
SD9
I/O (PU)
8 mA
NC
--
--
Y3
AD1
9
OVER_CUR#
I
8 mA
W3
SA10/SD10
SD10
I/O (PU)
8 mA
AC2
0
Limited ISA
Mode
ISA Master
Mode
PAR
I/O
PCI
A21
PC_BEEP
O
8 mA
V3
PCICLK
I (SMT)
CLK
J26
PCI_RST#
O
8 mA
C14
PCLK
I
8 mA
A13
Limited ISA
Mode
ISA Master
Mode
SD0
Pin
Type1
Buffer
Type2
Pin
No.
O
PCI
J25
I/O (PU)
8 mA
AE9
SA11/SD11
SD11
I/O (PU)
8 mA
AF21
SA12/SD12
SD12
I/O (PU)
8 mA
AE21
SA13/SD13
SD13
I/O (PU)
8 mA
AE22
SA14/SD14
SD14
I/O (PU)
8 mA
AD2
4
SD15
PERR#
I/O
PCI
B22
SA15/SD15
I/O (PU)
8 mA
AE25
PIXEL0
I
8 mA
A1
SA16
I/O (PU)
8 mA
PIXEL1
I
8 mA
A2
AD1
1
PIXEL2
I
8 mA
A3
SA17
I/O (PU)
8 mA
AF12
SA18
I/O (PU)
8 mA
AE11
SA19
I/O (PU)
8 mA
AD1
0
O
8 mA
AD1
5
PIXEL3
I
8 mA
C4
PIXEL4
I
8 mA
B3
PIXEL5
I
8 mA
B4
PIXEL6
I
8 mA
D5
PIXEL7
I
8 mA
A4
SBHE#
I/O (PU)
8 mA
AE17
PIXEL8
I
8 mA
B6
SDATA_IN
I
8 mA
U4
PIXEL9
I
8 mA
D6
SDATA_OUT
O
8 mA
V1
PIXEL10
I
8 mA
A5
SERR#
I/O, OD
PCI
A22
PIXEL11
I
8 mA
C5
SMEMR#/RTCALE
O
8 mA
AD4
PIXEL12
I
8 mA
A7
SMEMW#/RTCCS#
O
8 mA
AF3
PIXEL13
I
8 mA
D7
SMI#
I/O
8 mA
P25
PIXEL14
I
8 mA
C7
STOP#
I/O
PCI
E26
PIXEL15
I
8 mA
B8
SUSP#
O
8 mA
K26
PIXEL16
I
8 mA
A8
SUSPA#
I
8 mA
L25
PIXEL17
I
8 mA
C8
SUSP_3V
I/O
8 mA
L24
PIXEL18
I
8 mA
B9
SYNC
O
8 mA
U3
PIXEL19
I
8 mA
A9
TC
O
8 mA
AF15
PIXEL20
I
8 mA
D9
TEST
PIXEL21
I
8 mA
C9
TRDY#
SA_LATCH
PIXEL22
I
8 mA
B11
TVCLK
PIXEL23
I
8 mA
C10
USBCLK
PLLAGD
I, Analog
--
N25
PLLDGN
I, Analog
--
N26
PLLDVD
I, Analog
--
M23
PLLTEST
--
--
N23
I, Analog
--
M25
POR#
I
8 mA
K24
POWER_EN
O
8 mA
V4
PSERIAL
I
8 mA
L26
PLLVAA
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I
8 mA
D3
I/O
PCI
B23
I
8 mA
B2
I (SMT)
CLK
W1
VDD
PWR
--
D10
VDD
PWR
--
D17
VDD
PWR
--
AC1
0
VDD
PWR
--
AC1
9
VDD
PWR
--
AD1
6
VDD
PWR
--
AD2
3
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Signal Name
Signal Name
Pin
Type1
Buffer
Type2
Pin
No.
VDD
PWR
--
C19
VDD
PWR
--
C24
VDD
PWR
--
C3
VDD
PWR
--
VDD
PWR
VDD
PWR
VDD
Pin
Type1
Buffer
Type2
Pin
No.
VSS
GND
--
G23
VSS
GND
--
H23
VSS
GND
--
H4
D21
VSS
GND
--
J23
--
F24
VSS
GND
--
K23
--
F4
VSS
GND
--
K4
PWR
--
H24
VSS
GND
--
M24
VDD
PWR
--
L23
VSS
GND
--
M3
VDD
PWR
--
L4
VSS
GND
--
N3
VDD
PWR
--
T23
VSS
GND
--
P23
VDD
PWR
--
Y23
VSS
GND
--
V23
VDD_USB
PWR
--
U2
VSS
GND
--
W23
Limited ISA
Mode
ISA Master
Mode
Limited ISA
Mode
ISA Master
Mode
VID_CLK
I
8 mA
A6
VSS
GND
--
W4
VID_DATA0
I
8 mA
A11
VSS
GND
--
Y4
VID_DATA1
I
8 mA
C13
VSYNC
I
8 mA
B5
VID_DATA2
I
8 mA
B13
VSYNC_OUT
O
8 mA
N2
VID_DATA3
I
8 mA
C11
ZEROWS#
I
8 mA
AF10
VID_DATA4
I
8 mA
D11
VID_DATA5
I
8 mA
A12
VID_DATA6
I
8 mA
B12
VID_DATA7
I
8 mA
C12
VID_RDY
O
8 mA
B10
VID_VAL
I
8 mA
B7
VSS
GND
--
D12
VSS
GND
--
D13
VSS
GND
--
D16
VSS
GND
--
AA23
VSS
GND
--
AC1
2
VSS
GND
--
AC1
3
VSS
GND
--
AC1
6
VSS
GND
--
AC1
8
VSS
GND
--
AC2
3
VSS
GND
--
AC4
VSS
GND
--
AC5
VSS
GND
--
AC9
VSS
GND
--
AD2
0
VSS
GND
--
C18
VSS
GND
--
C21
VSS
GND
--
D19
VSS
GND
--
D20
VSS
GND
--
D22
VSS
GND
--
D23
VSS
GND
--
D4
VSS
GND
--
D8
VSS
GND
--
E23
VSS
GND
--
E4
VSS
GND
--
F23
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1.
2.
See Table 3-1 "Pin Type Definitions" on page 20 for pin type
definitions.
See Table 6-4 "DC Characteristics" on page 235 and Table 68 "AC Characteristics" on page 239 for more information on
buffer types. Note that some bidirectional buffers are used as
input only, indicated by an "I" in the Pin Type column.
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Signal Descriptions
3.2.1
Reset Interface
Signal Name
Pin
No.
Pin
Type
PCI_RST#
C14
O
Description
PCI Reset
PCI_RST# resets the PCI bus and is asserted while POR# is asserted, and
for approximately 9 ms following the deassertion of POR#.
POR#
K24
I
Power On Reset
POR# is the system reset signal generated from the power supply to indicate that the system should be reset.
CPU_RST
K25
O
CPU Reset
CPU_RST resets the CPU and is asserted while POR# is asserted, and for
approximately 9 ms following the deassertion of POR#. CLK_14MHZ is
used to generate this signal.
3.2.2
Clock Interface
Signal Name
Pin
No.
Pin
Type
PCICLK
J26
I
(SMT)
TVCLK
B2
I
Description
PCI Clock
The PCI clock is used to drive most circuitry of the CS5530A.
Television Clock
The TVCLK is an input from a digital NTSC/PAL converter which is optionally re-driven back out onto the DCLK signal under software program control. This is only used if interfacing to a compatible digital NTSC/PAL
encoder device.
DCLK
A10
O
DOT Clock
DOT clock is generated by the CS5530A and typically connects to the processor to create the clock used by the graphics subsystem. The minimum
frequency of DCLK is 10 MHz and the maximum is 200 MHz. However,
when DCLK is used as the graphics subsystem clock, the Geode processor
determines the maximum DCLK frequency.
ISACLK
AD6
O
ISA Bus Clock
ISACLK is derived from PCICLK and is typically programmed for approximately 8 MHz. F0 Index 50h[2:0] are used to program the ISA clock divisor.
CLK_14MHZ
USBCLK
CLK_32K
P24
W1
AE3
I
(SMT)
14.31818 MHz Clock
I
(SMT)
USBCLK
I/O
This clock is used to generate CPU_RST to the Geode processor. DOT
clock (DCLK) is also derived from this clock.
This input is used as the clock source for the USB. In this mode, a 48 MHz
clock source input is required.
32 KHz Clock
CLK_32K is a 32.768 KHz clock used to generate reset signals, as well as to
maintain power management functionality. It should be active when power is
applied to the CS5530A.
CLK_32K can be an input or an output. As an output CLK_32K is internally
derived from CLK_14MHZ. F0 Index 44h[5:4] are used to program this pin.
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Signal Definitions
CPU Interface
Signal Name
INTR
Pin
No.
Pin
Type
P26
Strap
Option
Pin
O
Description
CPU Interrupt Request
INTR is the level output from the integrated 8259 PICs and is asserted if an
unmasked interrupt request (IRQn) is sampled active.
I
Strap Option Select Pin
Pin P26 is a strap option select pin. It is used to select whether the
CS5530A operates in Limited ISA or ISA Master mode.
ISA Limited Mode—Strap pin P26 low through a 10-kohm resistor.
ISA Master Mode—Strap pin P26 high through a 10-kohm resistor.
SMI#
P25
I/O
System Management Interrupt
SMI# is a level-sensitive interrupt to the CPU that can be configured to
assert on a number of different system events. After an SMI# assertion,
System Management Mode (SMM) is entered, and program execution
begins at the base of SMM address space.
Once asserted, SMI# remains active until all SMI sources are cleared.
IRQ13
R23
I
IRQ13
IRQ13 is an input from the processor indicating that a floating point error
was detected and that INTR should be asserted.
PSERIAL
L26
I
Power Management Serial Interface
PSERIAL is the unidirectional serial data link between the GX1 processor
and the CS5530A. An 8-bit serial data packet carries status on power management events within the CPU. Data is clocked synchronous to the PCICLK input clock.
SUSP#
K26
O
CPU Suspend
SUSP# asserted requests that the CPU enters Suspend mode and the CPU
asserts SUSPA# after completion. The SUSP# pin is deasserted if SUSP#
has gone active and any Speedup or Resume event has occurred, including
expiration of the Suspend Modulation ON timer, which is loaded from F0
Index 95h. If the SUSP#/SUSPA# handshake is configured as a system 3
Volt Suspend, the deassertion of SUSP# is delayed by an interval programmed in F0 Index BCh[7:4] to allow the system clock chip and the processor to stabilize.
The SUSP#/SUSPA# handshake occurs as a result of a write to the Suspend Notebook Command Register (F0 Index AFh), or expiration of the Suspend Modulation OFF timer (loaded from F0 Index 94h) when Suspend
Modulation is enabled. Suspend Modulation is enabled via F0 Index 96h[0].
If SUSPA# is asserted as a result of a HALT instruction, SUSP# does not
deassert when the Suspend Modulation ON timer (loaded from F0 Index
95h) expires.
SUSPA#
L25
I
CPU Suspend Acknowledge
SUSPA# is a level input from the processor. When asserted it indicates the
CPU is in Suspend mode as a result of SUSP# assertion or execution of a
HALT instruction.
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Signal Name
Pin
No.
Pin
Type
SUSP_3V
L24
I/O
Description
Suspend 3 Volt Active
SUSP_3V can be connected to the output enable (OE) of a clock synthesis
or buffer chip to stop the clocks to the system. SUSP_3V is asserted after
the SUSP#/SUSPA# handshake that follows a write to the Suspend Notebook Command Register (F0 Index AFh) with bit 0 set in the Clock Stop
Control Register (F0 Index BCh).
As an input, SUSP_3V is sampled during power-on-reset to determine the
inactive state. This allows the system designer to match the active state of
SUSP_3V to the inactive state for a clock driver output enabled with a pullup/down 10-kohm resistor. If pulled down, SUSP_3V is active high. If pulled
up, SUSP_3V is active low.
3.2.4
PCI Interface
Signal Name
AD[31:0]
Pin
No.
Pin
Type
Refer
to Table
3-3
I/O
Description
PCI Address/Data
AD[31:0] is a physical address during the first clock of a PCI transaction; it is
the data during subsequent clocks.
When the CS5530A is a PCI master, AD[31:0] are outputs during the
address and write data phases, and are inputs during the read data phase of
a transaction.
When the CS5530A is a PCI slave, AD[31:0] are inputs during the address
and write data phases, and are outputs during the read data phase of a
transaction.
C/BE[3:0]#
D26,
A24,
B21,
B18
I/O
PCI Bus Command and Byte Enables
During the address phase of a PCI transaction, C/BE[3:0]# define the bus
command. During the data phase of a transaction, C/BE[3:0]# are the data
byte enables.
C/BE[3:0]# are outputs when the CS5530A is a PCI master and inputs when
it is a PCI slave.
INTA#,
INTB#,
INTC#,
INTD#
A14,
D15,
C15,
B14
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PCI Interrupt Pins
The CS5530A provides inputs for the optional “level-sensitive” PCI interrupts
(also known in industry terms as PIRQx#). These interrupts may be mapped
to IRQs of the internal 8259s using PCI Interrupt Steering Registers 1 and 2
(F0 Index 5Ch and 5Dh).
The USB controller uses INTA# as its output signal. Refer to PCIUSB Index
3Dh.
REQ#
J25
O
PCI Bus Request
The CS5530A asserts REQ# in response to a DMA request or ISA master
request to gain ownership of the PCI bus. The REQ# and GNT# signals are
used to arbitrate for the PCI bus.
REQ# should connect to the REQ0# of the GX1 processor and function as
the highest-priority PCI master.
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PCI Interface (Continued)
Signal Name
Pin
No.
Pin
Type
GNT#
D24
I
Description
PCI Bus Grant
GNT# is asserted by an arbiter that indicates to the CS5530A that access to
the PCI bus has been granted.
GNT# should connect to GNT0# of the GX1 processor and function as the
highest-priority PCI master.
HOLD_REQ#
H26
Strap
Option
Pin
O
PCI Bus Hold Request
This pin’s function as HOLD_REQ# is no longer applicable.
I
Strap Option Select Pin
Pin H26 is a strap option select pin. It allows selection of which address bits
are used as the IDSEL.
Strap pin H26 low: IDSEL = AD28 (Chipset Register Space) and AD29 (USB
Register Space)
Strap pin H26 high: IDSEL = AD26 (Chipset Register Space) and AD27
(USB Register Space)
FRAME#
C23
I/O
PCI Cycle Frame
FRAME# is asserted to indicate the start and duration of a transaction. It is
deasserted on the final data phase.
FRAME# is an input when the CS5530A is a PCI slave.
IRDY#
B24
I/O
PCI Initiator Ready
IRDY# is driven by the master to indicate valid data on a write transaction, or
that it is ready to receive data on a read transaction.
When the CS5530A is a PCI slave, IRDY# is an input that can delay the
beginning of a write transaction or the completion of a read transaction.
Wait cycles are inserted until both IRDY# and TRDY# are asserted together.
TRDY#
B23
I/O
PCI Target Ready
TRDY# is asserted by a PCI slave to indicate it is ready to complete the current data transfer.
TRDY# is an input that indicates a PCI slave has driven valid data on a read
or a PCI slave is ready to accept data from the CS5530A on a write.
TRDY# is an output that indicates the CS5530A has placed valid data on
AD[31:0] during a read or is ready to accept the data from a PCI master on a
write.
Wait cycles are inserted until both IRDY# and TRDY# are asserted together.
STOP#
E26
I/O
PCI Stop
As an input, STOP# indicates that a PCI slave wants to terminate the current
transfer. The transfer is either aborted or retried. STOP# is also used to end
a burst.
As an output, STOP# is asserted with TRDY# to indicate a target disconnect, or without TRDY# to indicate a target retry. The CS5530A asserts
STOP# during any cache line crossings if in single transfer DMA mode or if
busy.
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PCI Interface (Continued)
Signal Name
Pin
No.
Pin
Type
LOCK#
C22
I/O
Description
PCI Lock
LOCK# indicates an atomic operation that may require multiple transactions
to complete.
If the CS5530A is currently the target of a LOCKed transaction, any other
PCI master request with the CS5530A as the target is forced to retry the
transfer.
The CS5530A does not generate LOCKed transactions.
DEVSEL#
A23
I/O
PCI Device Select
DEVSEL# is asserted by a PCI slave, to indicate to a PCI master and subtractive decoder that it is the target of the current transaction.
As an input, DEVSEL# indicates a PCI slave has responded to the current
address.
As an output, DEVSEL# is asserted one cycle after the assertion of
FRAME# and remains asserted to the end of a transaction as the result of a
positive decode. DEVSEL# is asserted four cycles after the assertion of
FRAME# if DEVSEL# has not been asserted by another PCI device when
the CS5530A is programmed to be the subtractive decode agent. The subtractive decode sample point is configured in F0 Index 41h[2:1]. Subtractive
decode cycles are passed to the ISA bus.
PAR
A21
I/O
PCI Parity
PAR is the parity signal driven to maintain even parity across AD[31:0] and
C/BE[3:0]#.
The CS5530A drives PAR one clock after the address phase and one clock
after each completed data phase of write transactions as a PCI master. It
also drives PAR one clock after each completed data phase of read transactions as a PCI slave.
PERR#
B22
I/O
PCI Parity Error
PERR# is pulsed by a PCI device to indicate that a parity error was
detected. If a parity error was detected, PERR# is asserted by a PCI slave
during a write data phase and by a PCI master during a read data phase.
When the CS5530A is a PCI master, PERR# is an output during read transfers and an input during write transfers. When the CS5530A is a PCI slave,
PERR# is an input during read transfers and an output during write transfers.
Parity detection is enabled through F0 Index 04h[6]. An NMI is generated if I/
O Port 061h[2] is set. PERR# can assert SERR# if F0 Index 41h[5] is set.
SERR#
A22
I/O
OD
PCI System Error
SERR# is pulsed by a PCI device to indicate an address parity error, data
parity error on a special cycle command, or other fatal system errors.
SERR# is an open-drain output reporting an error condition, and an input
indicating that the CS5530A should generate an NMI. As an input, SERR# is
asserted for a single clock by the slave reporting the error.
System error detection is enabled with F0 Index 04h[8]. An NMI is generated
if I/O Port 061h[2] is set. PERR# can assert SERR# if F0 Index 41h[5] is set.
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ISA Bus Interface
Signal Name
SA_LATCH/
SA_DIR
Pin
No.
Pin
Type
AD15
O
Description
Limited ISA Mode: System Address Latch
This signal is used to latch the destination address, which is multiplexed on
bits [15:0] of the SA/SD bus.
ISA Master Mode: System Address Direction
Controls the direction of the external 5.0V tolerant transceiver on bits [15:0]
of the SA bus. When low, the SA bus is driven out. When high, the SA bus is
driven into the CS5530A by the external transceiver.
SA_OE#/
FP_DATA16
H3
O
Limited ISA Mode: Flat Panel Data Port Line 16
Refer to Section 3.2.11 "Display Interface" on page 40 for this signal’s definition.
O
ISA Master Mode: System Address Transceiver Output Enable
Enables the external transceiver on bits [15:0] of the SA bus.
MASTER#/
FP_DATA17
F3
O
Limited ISA Mode: Flat Panel Data Port Line 17
Refer to Section 3.2.11 "Display Interface" on page 40 for this signal’s definition.
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ISA Master Mode: Master
The MASTER# input asserted indicates an ISA bus master is driving the ISA
bus.
SA23/GPIO7
AF23
SA22/GPIO6
AE23
SA21/GPIO5
AC21
SA20/GPIO4
AD22
I/O
Limited ISA Mode: System Address Bus Lines 23 through 20 or
General Purpose I/Os 7 through 4
These pins can function either as the upper four bits of the SA bus or as
general purpose I/Os. Programming is done through F0 Index 43h, bits 6
and 2.
Refer to Section 3.2.9 "Game Port and General Purpose I/O Interface" on
page 39 for further details when used as GPIOs.
ISA Master Mode: System Address Bus Lines 23 through 20
The pins function only as the four MSB (most significant bits) of the SA bus.
SA[19:16]
SA[15:0]/SD[15:0]
AD10,
AE11,
AF12,
AD11
I/O
(PU)
System Address Bus Lines 19 through 16
Refer
to
Table
3-3
I/O
(PU)
Limited ISA Mode: System Address Bus / System Data Bus
Refer to SA[15:0] signal description.
This bus carries both the addresses and data for all ISA cycles. Initially, the
address is placed on the bus and then SA_LATCH is asserted in order for
external latches to latch the address. At some time later, the data is put on
the bus, for a read, or the bus direction is changed to an input, for a write.
Pins designated as SA/SD[15:0] are internally connected to a 20-kohm pullup resistor.
ISA Master Mode: System Data Bus
These pins perform only as SD[15:0] and pins FP_DATA[15:0] take on the
functions of SA[15:0].
Pins designated as SA/SD[15:0] are internally connected to a 20-kohm pullup resistor.
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Signal Name
SMEMW#/
FP_HSYNC_OUT
Pin
No.
Pin
Type
E1
O
Description
Limited ISA Mode: Flat Panel Horizontal Sync Output
Refer to Section 3.2.11 "Display Interface" on page 40 for this signal’s definition.
Note that if Limited ISA Mode of operation is selected, SMEMW# is available
on pin AF3 (multiplexed with RTCCS#).
ISA Master Mode: System Memory Write
SMEMW# is asserted for any memory write accesses below 1 MB (i.e.,
A23:A20 set to 0). This enables 8-bit memory slaves to decode the memory
address on SA[19:0].
SMEMR#/
FP_VSYNC_OUT
E3
O
Limited ISA Mode: Flat Panel Vertical Sync Output
Refer to Section 3.2.11 "Display Interface" on page 40 for this signal’s definition.
Note that if Limited ISA Mode of operation is selected, SMEMR# is available
on pin AD4 (multiplexed with RTCALE).
ISA Master Mode: System Memory Read
SMEMR# is asserted for memory read accesses below 1 MB (i.e., A23:A20
set to 0). This enables 8-bit memory slaves to decode the memory address
on SA[19:0].
SMEMW#/
RTCCS#
AF3
O
System Memory Write / Real-Time Clock Chip Select
If Limited ISA Mode of operation has been selected, then SMEMW# can be
output on this pin. SMEMW# is asserted for any memory write accesses
below 1 MB (i.e., A23:A20 set to 0). This enables 8-bit memory slaves to
decode the memory address on SA[19:0].
RTCCS# is a chip select to an external real-time clock chip. This signal is
activated on reads or writes to I/O Port 071h.
Function selection is made through F0 Index 53h[2]: 0 = SMEMW#,
1 = RTCCS#.
SMEMR#/
RTCALE
AD4
O
System Memory Read / Real-Time Clock Address Latch Enable
If Limited ISA Mode of operation has been selected, then SMEMR# can be
output on this pin. SMEMR# is asserted for memory read accesses below 1
MB (i.e., A23:A20 set to 0). This enables 8-bit memory slaves to decode the
memory address on SA[19:0].
RTCALE is a signal telling an external real-time clock chip to latch the
address, which is on the SD bus.
Function selection is made through F0 Index 53h[2]: 0 = SMEMR#,
1 = RTCALE.
SBHE#
AE17
I/O
(PU)
System Bus High Enable
The CS5530A or ISA master asserts SBHE# to indicate that SD[15:8] will be
used to transfer a byte at an odd address.
SBHE# is an output during non-ISA master DMA operations. It is driven as
the inversion of AD0 during 8-bit DMA cycles. It is forced low for all 16-bit
DMA cycles.
SBHE# is an input during ISA master operations.
This pin is internally connected to a 20-kohm pull-up resistor.
BALE
AF9
O
Buffered Address Latch Enable
BALE indicates when SA[23:0] and SBHE# are valid and may be latched.
For DMA transfers, BALE remains asserted until the transfer is complete.
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Signal Name
IOCHRDY
Pin
No.
Pin
Type
AF11
I/O
OD
Description
I/O Channel Ready
IOCHRDY deasserted indicates that an ISA slave requires additional wait
states.
When the CS5530A is an ISA slave, IOCHRDY is an output indicating additional wait states are required.
ZEROWS#
AF10
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Zero Wait States
ZEROWS# asserted indicates that an ISA 8- or 16-bit memory slave can
shorten the current cycle. The CS5530A samples this signal in the phase
after BALE is asserted. If asserted, it shortens 8-bit cycles to three ISACLKs
and 16-bit cycles to two ISACLKs.
IOCS16#
AF16
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I/O Chip Select 16
IOCS16# is asserted by 16-bit ISA I/O devices based on an asynchronous
decode of SA[15:0] to indicate that SD[15:0] will be used to transfer data.
8-bit ISA I/O devices only use SD[7:0].
IOR#
AE12
I/O
(PU)
I/O Read
IOR# is asserted to request an ISA I/O slave to drive data onto the data bus.
This pin is internally connected to a 20-kohm pull-up resistor.
IOW#
AC11
I/O
(PU)
I/O Write
IOW# is asserted to request an ISA I/O slave to accept data from the data
bus.
This pin is internally connected to a 20-kohm pull-up resistor.
MEMCS16#
AC15
I/O
OD
Memory Chip Select 16
MEMCS16# is asserted by 16-bit ISA memory devices based on an asynchronous decode of SA[23:17] to indicate that SD[15:0] will be used to transfer data.
8-bit ISA memory devices only use SD[7:0].
MEMR#
AE19
I/O
(PU)
Memory Read
MEMR# is asserted for any memory read accesses. It enables 16-bit memory slaves to decode the memory address on SA[23:0].
This pin is internally connected to a 20-kohm pull-up resistor.
MEMW#
AF20
I/O
(PU)
Memory Write
MEMW# is asserted for any memory write accesses. It enables 16-bit memory slaves to decode the memory address on SA[23:0].
This pin is internally connected to a 20-kohm pull-up resistor.
AEN
AE8
O
Address Enable
AEN asserted indicates that a DMA transfer is in progress, informing I/O
devices to ignore the I/O cycle.
IRQ[15:14], [12:9],
[7:3], 1
Refer
to
Table
3-3
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IRQ8#
AE14
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ISA Bus Interrupt Request
IRQ inputs indicate ISA devices or other devices requesting a CPU interrupt
service.
Real-Time Clock Interrupt
IRQ8# is the (active-low) interrupt that comes from the external RTC chip
and indicates a date/time update has completed.
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Pin
No.
Pin
Type
DRQ[7:5],
DRQ[3:0]
Refer
to
Table
3-3
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DACK[7:5]#,
DACK[3:0]#
Refer
to
Table
3-3
O
TC
AF15
O
Signal Name
Description
DMA Request - Channels 7 through 5 and 3 through 0
DRQ inputs are asserted by ISA DMA devices to request a DMA transfer.
The request must remain asserted until the corresponding DACK is
asserted.
DMA Acknowledge - Channels 7 through 5 and 3 through 0
DACK outputs are asserted to indicate when a DRQ is granted and the start
of a DMA cycle.
Terminal Count
TC signals the final data transfer of a DMA transfer.
3.2.6
ROM Interface
Signal Name
Pin
No.
Pin
Type
KBROMCS#
AE4
O
Description
Keyboard/ROM Chip Select
KBROMCS# is the enable pin for the BIOS ROM and for the keyboard controller. For ROM accesses, KBROMCS# is asserted for ISA memory
accesses programmed at F0 Index 52h[2:0].
For keyboard controller accesses, KBROMCS# is asserted for I/O accesses
to I/O Ports 060h, 062h, 064h, and 066h.
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IDE Interface
Signal Name
Pin
No.
Pin
Type
IDE_RST#
W25
O
Description
IDE Reset
This signal resets all the devices that are attached to the IDE interface.
IDE_ADDR[2:0]
W24,
U26,
U25
O
Refer
to
Table
3-3
I/O
IDE_IOR0#
R26
O
IDE I/O Read for Channels 0 and 1
IDE_IOR1#
R25
O
IDE_IOR0# is the read signal for Channel 0, and IDE_IOR1# is the read signal for Channel 1. Each signal is asserted on read accesses to the corresponding IDE port addresses.
IDE_DATA[15:0]
IDE Address Bits
These address bits are used to access a register or data port in a device on
the IDE bus.
IDE Data Lines
IDE_DATA[15:0] transfers data to/from the IDE devices.
When in Ultra DMA/33 mode, these signals are redefined:
Read Cycle — DMARDY0# and DMARDY1#
Write Cycle — STROBE0 and STROBE1
IDE_IOW0#
R24
O
IDE I/O Write for Channels 0 and 1
IDE_IOW1#
T25
O
IDE_IOW0# is the write signal for Channel 0, and IDE_IOW1# is the read
signal for Channel 1. Each signal is asserted on write accesses to corresponding IDE port addresses.
When in Ultra DMA/33 mode, these signals are redefined:
Read Cycle — STOP0 and STOP1
Write Cycle — STOP0 and STOP1
IDE_CS0#
V26
O
IDE Chip Selects
IDE_CS1#
Y26
O
The chip select signals are used to select the command block registers in an
IDE device.
IDE_IORDY0
AD25
I
I/O Ready Channels 0 and 1
IDE_IORDY1
AE26
I
When deasserted, these signals extend the transfer cycle of any host register access when the device is not ready to respond to the data transfer
request.
When in Ultra DMA/33 mode, these signals are redefined:
Read Cycle — STROBE0 and STROBE1
Write Cycle — DMARDY0# and DMARDY1#
IDE_DREQ0
AD26
I
DMA Request Channels 0 and 1
IDE_DREQ1
AC24
I
The DREQ is used to request a DMA transfer from the CS5530A. The direction of the transfers are determined by the IDE_IOR/IOW signals.
IDE_DACK0#
T26
O
DMA Acknowledge Channels 0 and 1
IDE_DACK1#
T24
O
The DACK# acknowledges the DREQ request to initiate DMA transfers.
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USB Interface
Signal Name
Pin
No.
Pin
Type
POWER_EN
V4
O
Description
Power Enable
This pin enables the power to a self-powered USB hub.
OVER_CUR#
W3
I
Over Current
This pin indicates the USB hub has detected an overcurrent on the USB.
D+_PORT1
Y2
I/O
USB Port 1 Data Positive
This pin is the Universal Serial Bus Data Positive for port 1.
D–_PORT1
Y1
I/O
USB Port 1 Data Minus
This pin is the Universal Serial Bus Data Minus for port 1.
D+_PORT2
AA2
I/O
USB Port 2 Data Positive
This pin is the Universal Serial Bus Data Positive for port 2.
D–_PORT2
AA1
I/O
USB Port 2 Data Minus
This pin is the Universal Serial Bus Data Minus for port 2.
VDD_USB
U2
PWR
AVDD_USB
AB4
I
Analog
Analog Power for USB
AVSS_USB
AA4
I
Analog
Analog Ground for USB
3.2.9
Power for USB
Game Port and General Purpose I/O Interface
Signal Name
Pin
No.
Pin
Type
GPORT_CS#
AD21
O
Description
Game Port Chip Select
GPORT_CS# is asserted upon any I/O reads or I/O writes to I/O Port 200h
and 201h.
GPCS#
AF26
O
General Purpose Chip Select
GPCS# is asserted upon any I/O access that matches the I/O address in the
General Purpose Chip Select Base Address Register (F0 Index 70h) and
the conditions set in the General Purpose Chip Select Control Register (F0
Index 72h).
GPIO7/SA23
AF23
I/O
Limited ISA Mode: General Purpose I/Os 7 through 4 or
System Address Bus Lines 23 through 20
GPIO6/SA22
AE23
GPIO5/SA21
AC21
These pins can function either as general purpose I/Os or as the upper four
bits of the SA bus. Selection is done through F0 Index 43h[6,2].
GPIO4/SA20
AD22
Refer to GPIO[3:2] signal description for GPIO function description.
ISA Master Mode: System Address Bus Lines 23 through 20
These pins function as the four MSB (most significant bits) of the SA bus.
GPIO3
AF24
I/O
General Purpose I/Os 3 and 2
GPIO2
AF25
I/O
GPIOs can be programmed to operate as inputs or outputs via F0 Index
90h. As an input, the GPIO can be configured to generate an external SMI.
Additional configuration can select if the SMI# is generated on the rising or
falling edge. GPIO external SMI generation/edge selection is done in F0
Index 92h and 97h.
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Game Port and General Purpose I/O Interface (Continued)
Signal Name
GPIO1/
SDATA_IN2
Pin
No.
Pin
Type
AE24
I/O
Description
General Purpose I/O 1 or Serial Data Input 2
This pin can function either as a general purpose I/O or as a second serial
data input pin if two codecs are used in the system.
In order for this pin to function as SDATA_IN2, it must first be configured as
an input (F0 Index 90h[1] = 0). Then setting F3BAR+Memory Offset 08h[21]
= 1 selects the pin to function as SDATA_IN2.
Refer to GPIO[3:2] signal description for GPIO function description.
GPIO0
AC22
I/O
General Purpose I/O 0
Refer to GPIO[3:2] signal description for GPIO function description.
3.2.10
Audio Interface
Signal Name
Pin
No.
Pin
Type
BIT_CLK
V2
I
SDATA_OUT
V1
O
Description
Audio Bit Clock
The serial bit clock from the codec.
Serial Data I/O
This output transmits audio serial data to the codec.
SDATA_IN
U4
I
Serial Data Input
This input receives serial data from the codec.
SYNC
U3
O
Serial Bus Synchronization
This bit is asserted to synchronize the transfer of data between the
CS5530A and the AC97 codec.
PC_BEEP
V3
O
PC Beep
Legacy PC/AT speaker output.
3.2.11
Display Interface
Signal Name
Pin
No.
Pin
Type
Description
A13
I
Pixel Clock
Pixel Port
PCLK
This clock is used to sample data on the PIXEL input port. It runs at the
graphics DOT clock (DCLK) rate.
PIXEL[23:0]
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to
Table
3-3
I
Pixel Data Port
This is the input pixel data from the processor’s display controller. If
F4BAR+Memory Offset 00h[29] is reset, the data is sent in RGB 8:8:8 format. Otherwise, the pixel data is sent in RGB 5:6:5 format which has been
dithered by the processor. The other eight bits are used in conjunction with
VID_DATA[7:0] to provide 16-bit video data. This bus is sampled by the
PCLK input.
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Signal Name
Pin
No.
Pin
Type
ENA_DISP
B1
I
Description
Display Enable Input
This signal qualifies active data on the pixel input port. It is used to qualify
active pixel data for all display modes and configurations and is not specific
to flat panel display.
Display CRT
HSYNC
C6
I
Horizontal Sync Input
This is the CRT horizontal sync input from the processor’s display controller.
It is used to indicate the start of a new video line. This signal is pipelined for
the appropriate number of clock stages to remain in sync with the pixel data.
A separate output (HSYNC_OUT) is provided to re-drive the CRT and flat
panel interfaces.
HSYNC_OUT
N1
O
Horizontal Sync Output
This is the horizontal sync output to the CRT. It represents a delayed version
of the input horizontal sync signal with the appropriate pipeline delay relative
to the pixel data. The pipeline delay and polarity of this signal are programmable.
VSYNC
B5
I
Vertical Sync Input
This is the CRT vertical sync input from the processor’s display controller. It
is used to indicate the start of a new frame. This signal is pipelined for the
appropriate number of clock stages to remain in sync with the pixel data. A
separate output (VSYNC_OUT) is provided to re-drive the CRT and flat
panel interfaces.
VSYNC_OUT
N2
O
Vertical Sync Output
This is the vertical sync output to the CRT. It represents a delayed version of
the input vertical sync signal with the appropriate pipeline delay relative to
the pixel data. The pipeline delay and polarity of this signal are programmable.
DDC_SCL
M2
O
DDC Serial Clock
This is the serial clock for the VESA Display Data Channel interface. It is
used for monitoring communications. The DDC2B standard is supported by
this interface.
DDC_SDA
M4
I/O
DDC Serial Data
This is the bidirectional serial data signal for the VESA Display Data Channel interface. It is used to monitor communications. The DDC2B standard is
supported by this interface.
The direction of this pin can be configured through F4BAR+Memory Offset
04h[24]: 0 = Input; 1 = Output.
IREF
(Video DAC)
R3
EXTVREFIN
(Video DAC)
T2
I
Analog
I
Analog
VDAC Current Reference Input
Connect a 680 ohm resistor between this pin and AVSS (analog ground for
Video DAC).
External Voltage Reference Pin
Connect this pin to a 1.235V voltage reference.
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Display Interface (Continued)
Signal Name
Pin
No.
Pin
Type
AVDD1 (DAC)
U1
AVDD2 (VREF)
T3
I
Analog
AVDD3 (DAC)
N4
AVSS1 (DAC)
R2
AVSS2 (ICAP)
R4
AVSS3 (VREF)
T4
AVSS4 (ICAP)
P1
AVSS5 (DAC)
P2
IOUTR
(Video DAC)
P3
IOUTG
(Video DAC)
P4
IOUTB
(Video DAC)
R1
Description
Analog Power for Video DAC
These pins provide power to the analog portions of the Video DAC.
A 47 µF capacitor should be connected between the DAC analog power and
DAC analog ground. Analog power is AVDD1 (pin U1) and AVDD3 (pin N4).
Analog ground is AVSS1 (pin R2) and AVSS5 (pin P2).
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Analog
Analog Ground for Video DAC
These pins provide the ground plane connections to the analog portions of
the Video DAC.
A 47 µF capacitor should be connected between the DAC analog power and
DAC analog ground. Analog power is AVDD1 (pin U1) and AVDD3 (pin N4).
Analog ground is AVSS1 (pin R2) and AVSS5 (pin P2).
O
Analog
Red DAC Output
O
Analog
Green DAC Output
O
Analog
Blue DAC Output
Red analog output.
Green analog output.
Blue analog output.
Display TFT/TV
FP_DATA17/
MASTER#
F3
O
Limited ISA Mode: Flat Panel Data Port Line 17
Refer to FP_DATA[15:0] signal description.
I
ISA Master Mode: Master
Refer to Section 3.2.5 "ISA Bus Interface" on page 34 for this signal’s definition.
FP_DATA16/
SA_OE#
H3
O
Limited ISA Mode: Flat Panel Data Port Line 16
Refer to FP_DATA[15:0] signal description.
O
ISA Master Mode: System Address Transceiver Output Enable
Refer to Section 3.2.5 "ISA Bus Interface" on page 34 for this signal’s definition.
FP_DATA[15:0]/
SA[15:0]
Refer
to
Table
3-3
O
Limited ISA Mode: Flat Panel Data Port Lines 15 through 0
This is the data port to an attached active matrix TFT panel. This port may
optionally be tied to a DSTN formatter chip, LVDS transmitter, or digital
NTSC/PAL encoder.
F4BAR+Memory Offset 04h[7] enables the flat panel data bus:
0 = FP_DATA[17:0] is forced low
1 = FP_DATA[17:0] is driven based upon power sequence control
I/O
ISA Master Mode: System Address Bus Lines 15 through 0
These pins function as SA[15:0] and the pins designated as SA/SD[15:0]
function only as SD[15:0].
Note that SA[19:16] are dedicated address pins and GPIO[7:4] function as
SA[23:20] only.
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Display Interface (Continued)
Signal Name
Pin
No.
Pin
Type
FP_CLK
M1
O
Description
Limited ISA Mode: Flat Panel Clock
This is the clock for the flat panel interface.
--
ISA Master Mode: No Function
In the ISA Master mode of operation, the CS5530A cannot support TFT flat
panels or TV controllers.
FP_CLK_EVEN
L3
O
Limited ISA Mode: Flat Panel Even Clock
This is an optional output clock for a set of external latches used to de-multiplex the flat panel data bus into two channels (odd/even). Typically this
would be used to interface to a pair of LVDS transmitters driving an XGA
resolution flat panel.
F4BAR+Memory Offset 04h[12] enables the FP_CLK_EVEN output:
0 = Standard flat panel
1 = XGA flat panel
--
ISA Master Mode: No Function
In the ISA Master mode of operation, the CS5530A can not support TFT flat
panels or TV controllers.
FP_HSYNC
C2
I
Limited ISA Mode: Flat Panel Horizontal Sync Input
This is the horizontal sync input reference from the processor’s display controller. The timing of this signal is independent of the standard (CRT) horizontal sync input to allow a different timing relationship between the flat
panel and an attached CRT.
--
ISA Master Mode: No Function
In the ISA Master mode of operation, the CS5530A can not support TFT flat
panels or TV controllers.
FP_HSYNC_OUT
/SMEMW#
E1
O
Limited ISA Mode: Flat Panel Horizontal Sync Output
This is the horizontal sync for an attached active matrix TFT flat panel. This
represents a delayed version of the input flat panel horizontal sync signal
with the appropriate pipeline delay relative to the pixel data.
ISA Master Mode: System Memory Write
Refer to Section 3.2.5 "ISA Bus Interface" on page 34 for this signal’s definition.
FP_VSYNC
C1
I
Limited ISA Mode: Flat Panel Vertical Sync Input
This is the vertical sync input reference from the processor’s display controller. The timing of this signal is independent of the standard (CRT) vertical
sync input to allow a different timing relationship between the flat panel and
an attached CRT.
--
ISA Master Mode: No Function
In the ISA Master mode of operation, the CS5530A can not support TFT flat
panels or TV controllers.
FP_VSYNC_OUT
/SMEMR#
E3
O
Limited ISA Mode: Flat Panel Vertical Sync Output
This is the vertical sync for an attached active matrix TFT flat panel. This
represents a delayed version of the input flat panel vertical sync signal with
the appropriate pipeline delay relative to the pixel data.
ISA Master Mode: System Memory Read
Refer to Section 3.2.5 "ISA Bus Interface" on page 34 on for this signal’s definition.
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Display Interface (Continued)
Signal Name
FP_DISP_
ENA_OUT
Pin
No.
Pin
Type
F2
O
Description
Flat Panel Display Enable Output
This is the display enable for an attached active matrix TFT flat panel. This
signal qualifies active pixel data on the flat panel interface.
--
ISA Master Mode: No Function
In the ISA Master mode of operation, the CS5530A can not support TFT flat
panels or TV controllers.
FP_ENA_VDD
L2
O
Flat Panel VDD Enable
This is the enable signal for the VDD supply to an attached flat panel. It is
under the control of power sequence control logic. A transition on bit 6 of the
Display Configuration Register (F4BAR+Memory Offset 04h) initiates a
power-up/down sequence.
--
ISA Master Mode: No Function
In the ISA Master mode of operation, the CS5530A can not support TFT flat
panels or TV controllers.
FP_ENA_BKL
J4
O
Flat Panel Backlight Enable Output
This is the enable signal for the backlight power supply to an attached flat
panel. It is under control of the power sequence control logic.
--
ISA Master Mode: No Function
In the ISA Master mode of operation, the CS5530A can not support TFT flat
panels or TV controllers.
Display MPEG
VID_DATA[7:0]
VID_CLK
C12,
B12,
A12,
D11,
C11,
B13,
C13,
A11
I
A6
I
Video Data Port
This is the input data for a video (MPEG) or graphics overlay in its native
form. For video overlay, this data is in an interleaved YUV 4:2:2 format. For
graphics overlay, the data is in RGB 5:6:5 format. This port operates at the
VID_CLK rate.
Video Clock
This is the clock for the video port. This clock is completely asynchronous to
the input pixel clock rate.
VID_VAL
B7
I
Video Valid
This signal indicates that valid video data is being presented on the
VID_DATA input port. If the VID_RDY signal is also asserted, the data will
advance.
VID_RDY
B10
O
Video Ready
This signal indicates that the CS5530A is ready to receive the next piece of
video data on the VID_DATA port. If the VID_VAL signal is also asserted, the
data will advance.
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DCLK PLL
Signal Name
Pin
No.
Pin
Type
PLLTEST
N23
--
Description
PLLTEST
Internal test pin. This pin should not be connected for normal operation.
PLLVAA
M25
PLLAGD
PLLDVD
PLLDGN
3.2.13
M23
N26
Analog PLL Power (VDD)
I
Analog
Analog PLL Ground (VSS)
I
Analog
Digital PLL Power (VDD)
PLLVAA is the analog positive rail power connection to the PLL.
PLLAGD is the analog ground rail connection to the PLL.
This pin is the digital VDD power connection for the PLL.
I
Analog
Digital PLL Ground (VSS)
This pin is the digital ground (VSS) connection for the PLL.
Power, Ground, and No Connects
Signal Name
VDD
VSS
NC
3.2.14
N25
I
Analog
Pin
Type
Description
Refer to
Table 3-3
(Total of 17)
PWR
3.3V (Nominal) Power Connection
Refer to
Table 3-3
(Total of 38)
GND
Refer to
Table 3-3
(Total of 20)
--
Pin No.
Note that the USB power (VDD_USB, AVDD_USB) connections are
listed in Section 3.2.8 "USB Interface" on page 39.
Ground Connection
Note that the USB ground (AVSS_USB) connection is listed in Section
3.2.8 "USB Interface" on page 39.
No Connection
These lines should be left disconnected. Connecting a pull-up/-down
resistor or to an active signal could cause unexpected results and possible malfunctions.
Internal Test and Measurement
Signal Name
Pin
No.
Pin
Type
TEST
D3
I
Description
Test Mode
TEST should be tied low for normal operation.
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Functional Description
Revision 1.1
4.0Functional Description
The AMD Geode™ CS5530A companion device provides
many support functions for a GX1 processor. This chapter
discusses the detailed operations of the CS5530A in two
categories: system-level activities and operations/programming of the major functional blocks.
The system-level discussion topics revolve around events
that affect the device as a whole unit and as an interface
with other chips (e.g., processor): Topics include:
• Processor Interface
— Display Subsystem Connections
— PSERIAL Pin Interface
• PCI Bus Interface
— PCI Initiator
— PCI Target
— Special Bus Cycles–Shutdown/Halt
— PCI Bus Parity
— PCI Interrupt Routing Support
— Delayed Transactions
• Resets and Clocks
— Resets
— ISA Clock
— DOT Clock
• Power Management
— CPU Power Management
— APM Support
— Peripheral Power Management
All of the major functional blocks interact with the processor
through the PCI bus, or via its own direct interface. The
major functional blocks are divided out as:
• PC/AT Compatibility Logic
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ISA Subtractive Decode
ISA Bus Interface
ROM Interface
Megacells
I/O Ports 092h and 061h System Control
Keyboard Interface Function
External Real-Time Clock Interface
• IDE Controller
— IDE Interface Signals
— IDE Configuration Registers
• XpressAUDIO™ Subsystem
— Subsystem Data Transport Hardware
— VSA Technology Support Hardware
• Display Subsystem Extensions
— Video Interface Configuration Registers
— Video Accelerator
— Video Overlay
— Gamma RAM
— Display Interface
• Universal Serial Bus Support
— USB PCI Controller
— USB Host Controller
— USB Power Management
Note that this Functional Description section of the data
book describes many of the registers used for configuration
of the CS5530A; however, not all registers are reported in
detail. Some tables in the following subsections show only
the bits (not the entire register) associated with a specific
function being discussed. For access, register, and bit
information regarding all CS5530A registers refer to Section 5.0 "Register Descriptions" on page 143.
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Processor Interface
The CS5530A interface to the GX1 processor consists of
seven miscellaneous connections, the PCI bus interface
signals, plus the display controller connections. Figure 4-1
shows the interface requirements. Note that the PC/AT legacy pins NMI, WM_RST, and A20M are all virtual functions
executed in SMM (System Management Mode) by the
BIOS.
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Companion Device
• PSERIAL is a one-way serial bus from the processor to
the CS5530A used to communicate power management
states and VSYNC information for VGA emulation.
• IRQ13 is an input from the processor indicating that a
floating point error was detected and that INTR should
be asserted.
• INTR is the level output from the integrated 8259 PICs
and is asserted if an unmasked interrupt request (IRQn)
is sampled active.
• SMI# is a level-sensitive interrupt to the processor that
can be configured to assert on a number of different
system events. After an SMI# assertion, SMM is entered
and program execution begins at the base of the SMM
address space. Once asserted, SMI# remains active
until the SMI source is cleared.
• SUSP# and SUSPA# are handshake pins for implementing CPU Clock Stop and clock throttling.
• CPU_RST resets the CPU and is asserted for approximately 9 ms after the negation of POR#.
• PCI bus interface signals.
• Display subsystem interface connections.
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Processor
PSERIAL
IRQ13
INTR
SMI#
SUSP#
SUSPA#
CPU_RST
SERIALP
IRQ13
INTR
SMI#
SUSP#
SUSPA#
RESET
AD[31:0]
C/BE[3:0]#
PAR
FRAME#
IRDY#
TRDY#
STOP#
LOCK#
DEVSEL#
PERR#
SERR#
REQ#
GNT#
AD[31:0]
C/BE[3:0]#
PAR
FRAME#
IRDY#
TRDY#
STOP#
LOCK#
DEVSEL#
PERR#
SERR#
REQ0#
GNT0#
PCLK
DCLK
HSYNC
VSYNC
FP_HSYNC
FP_VSYNC
ENA_DISP
VID_VAL
VID_CLK
VID_DATA[7:0]
VID_RDY
PCLK
DCLK
CRT_HSYNC
CRT_VSYNC
FP_HSYNC
FP_VSYNC
ENA_DISP
VID_VAL
VID_CLK
VID_DATA[7:0]
VID_RDY
Note
PIXEL[23:0]
Note:
PIXEL[17:0]
Refer to Figure 4-3 on page 50 for correct
interconnection of PIXEL lines with the processor.
Figure 4-1. Processor Signal Connections
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Display Subsystem Connections
When a GX1 processor is used in a system with the
CS5530A, the need for an external RAMDAC is eliminated.
The CS5530A contains the DACs, a video accelerator
engine, and the TFT interface.
The CS5530A also supports both portable and desktop
configurations. Figure 4-2 shows the signal connections for
both types of systems.
Figure 4-3 on page 50 details how PIXEL[17:0] on the processor connects with PIXEL[23:0] of the CS5530A.
Portable
Configuration
PCLK
VID_CLK
DCLK
FP_HSYNC
FP_VSYNC
ENA_DISP
VID_RDY
VID_DATA[7:0]
VID_VAL
CRT_HSYNC
CRT_VSYNC
PIXEL[17:12]
PIXEL[11:6]
PIXEL[5:0]
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PCLK
VID_CLK
DCLK
FP_HSYNC
FP_VSYNC
ENA_DISP
VID_RDY
VID_DATA[7:0]
VID_VAL
HSYNC
VSYNC
PIXEL[23:18]
PIXEL[15:10]
PIXEL[7:2]
Pwr
Cntrl
Logic
FP_ENA_VDD
FP_ENA_BKL
FP_DISP_ENA_OUT
VDD
12VBKL
ENAB
FP_HSYNC_OUT
FP_VSYNC_OUT
FP_CLK
HSYNC
VSYNC
CLK
FP_DATA[17:12]
FP_DATA[11:6]
FP_DATA[5:0]
TFT
Flat
Panel
R[5:0]
G[5:0]
B[5:0]
HSYNC
VSYNC
CLK
Note
TV
NTSC/PAL
Encoder
R[5:0]
G[5:0]
B[5:0]
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HSYNC_OUT
VSYNC_OUT
Pin 13
DDC_SCL
DDC_SDA
Pin 15
Pin 12
Pin 14
Pin 3
Pin 2
Pin 1
VGA
Port
IOUTR
IOUTG
IOUTB
Note:
Connect PIXEL[17:16] PIXEL[9:8], and PIXEL[1:0] on the CS5530A to ground.
See Figure 4-3 "PIXEL Signal Connections" on page 50.
Figure 4-2. Portable/Desktop Display Subsystem Configurations
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PIXEL17
PIXEL23
PIXEL16
PIXEL22
PIXEL15
PIXEL21
PIXEL14
PIXEL20
PIXEL13
PIXEL19
PIXEL12
PIXEL18
PIXEL17
PIXEL16
PIXEL11
PIXEL15
PIXEL10
PIXEL14
PIXEL9
PIXEL13
PIXEL8
PIXEL12
PIXEL7
PIXEL11
PIXEL6
PIXEL10
PIXEL9
mission and then remains low until the next transmission
interval. After the packet transmission is complete, the processor’s Serial Packet Register’s contents are cleared.
The processor’s input clock is used as the clock reference
for the serial packet transmitter.
Once a bit in the register is set, it remains set until the completion of the next packet transmission. Successive events
of the same type that occur between packet transmissions
are ignored. Multiple unique events between packet transmissions accumulate in this register. The processor transmits the contents of the serial packet only when a bit in the
Serial Packet Register is set and the interval timer has
elapsed.
For more information on the Serial Packet Register referenced in Table 4-1, refer to the AMD Geode™ GX1 Processor Data Book.
The CS5530A decodes the serial packet after each transmission and performs the power management tasks
related to video retrace.
Table 4-1. GX1 Processor Serial Packet Register
PIXEL8
Bit
PIXEL5
PIXEL7
7
PIXEL4
PIXEL6
PIXEL3
PIXEL5
PIXEL2
PIXEL4
PIXEL1
PIXEL3
Video IRQ: This bit indicates the occurrence of a video
vertical sync pulse. This bit is set at the same time that
the VINT (Vertical Interrupt) bit gets set in the
DC_TIMING_CFG register. The VINT bit has a corresponding enable bit (VIEN) in the DC_TIM_CFG register.
PIXEL0
PIXEL2
6
CPU Activity: This bit indicates the occurrence of a
level 1 cache miss that was not a result of an instruction fetch. This bit has a corresponding enable bit in
the PM_CNTL_TEN register.
PIXEL1
PIXEL0
5:2
4.1.2
Reserved
1
Programmable Address Decode: This bit indicates
the occurrence of a programmable memory address
decode. The bit is set based on the values of the
PM_BASE register and the PM_MASK register. The
PM_BASE register can be initialized to any address in
the full CPU address range.
0
Video Decode: This bit indicates that the CPU has
accessed either the display controller registers or the
graphics memory region. This bit has a corresponding
enable bit in the PM_CNTRL_TEN.
Figure 4-3. PIXEL Signal Connections
PSERIAL Pin Interface
The majority of the system power management logic is
implemented in the CS5530A, but a minimal amount of
logic is contained within the GX1 processor to provide
information that is not externally visible (e.g., graphics controller).
Description
The processor implements a simple serial communications
mechanism to transmit the CPU status to the CS5530A.
The processor accumulates CPU events in an 8-bit register
(defined in Table 4-1) which it transmits serially every 1 to
10 µs.
4.1.2.1 Video Retrace Interrupt
Bit 7 of the “Serial Packet” can be used to generate an SMI
whenever a video retrace occurs within the processor. This
function is normally not used for power management but for
SoftVGA routines.
The packet transmitter holds the serial output pin (PSERIAL) low until the transmission interval timer has elapsed.
Once the timer has elapsed, the PSERIAL pin is held high
for two clocks to indicate the start of packet transmission.
The contents of the Serial Packet Register are then shifted
out starting from bit 7 down to bit 0. The PSERIAL pin is
held high for one clock to indicate the end of packet trans-
Setting F0 Index 83h[2] = 1 (bit details on page 164)
enables this function. A read only status register located at
F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h[5] (bit details on page 181)
can be read to see if the SMI was caused by a video
retrace event.
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PCI Bus Interface
The PCI bus interface is compliant with the PCI Bus Specification Rev. 2.1.
REQ# and GNT# signals are used to arbitrate for the PCI
bus.
The CS5530A acts as a PCI target for PCI cycles initiated
by the processor or other PCI master devices, or as an initiator for DMA, ISA, IDE, and audio master transfer cycles. It
supports positive decode for memory and I/O regions and
is the subtractive decode agent on the PCI bus. The
CS5530A also generates address and data parity and performs parity checking. A PCI bus arbiter is not part of the
CS5530A; however, one is included in the GX1 processor.
Note:
The PCI Command Register, located at F0 Index 04h
(Table 4-2), provides the basic control over the CS5530A’s
ability to respond and perform PCI bus accesses.
4.2.1
PCI Initiator
The CS5530A acts as a PCI bus master on behalf of the
DMA controller or ISA, IDE, and audio interfaces. The
In a GX1 processor based system, the REQ#/
GNT# signals of the CS5530A must connect to the
REQ0#/GNT0# of the processor. This configuration ensures that the CS5530A is treated as a nonpreemptable PCI master by the processor.
The CS5530A asserts REQ# in response to a bus mastering or DMA request for ownership of the PCI bus. GNT# is
asserted by the PCI arbiter (i.e., processor) to indicate that
access to the PCI bus has been granted to the CS5530A.
The CS5530A then issues a grant to the DMA controller.
This mechanism prevents any deadlock situations across
the bridge. Once granted the PCI bus, the ISA master or
DMA transfer commences.
If an ISA master executes an I/O access, that cycle
remains on the ISA bus and is not forwarded to the PCI
bus. The CS5530A performs only single transfers on the
PCI bus for legacy DMA cycles.
Table 4-2. PCI Command Register
Bit
Description
F0 Index 04h-05h
15:10
PCI Command Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 000Fh
Reserved: Set to 0.
9
Fast Back-to-Back Enable (Read Only): This function is not supported when the CS5530A is a master. It is always
disabled (always reads 0).
8
SERR#: Allow SERR# assertion on detection of special errors. 0 = Disable (Default); 1 = Enable.
7
Wait Cycle Control (Read Only): This function is not supported in the CS5530A. It is always disabled
(always reads 0).
6
Parity Error: Allow the CS5530A to check for parity errors on PCI cycles for which it is a target, and to assert PERR# when
a parity error is detected. 0 = Disable (Default); 1 = Enable.
5
VGA Palette Snoop Enable (Read Only): This function is not supported in the CS5530A. It is always disabled (always
reads 0).
4
Memory Write and Invalidate: Allow the CS5530A to do memory write and invalidate cycles, if the PCI Cache Line Size
Register (F0 Index 0Ch) is set to 16 bytes (04h). 0 = Disable (Default); 1 = Enable.
3
Special Cycles: Allow the CS5530A to respond to special cycles. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable (Default).
2
Bus Master: Allow the CS5530A bus mastering capabilities. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable (Default).
This bit must be enabled to allow the CPU Warm Reset internal signal to be triggered from a CPU Shutdown cycle.
This bit must be set to 1.
1
Memory Space: Allow the CS5530A to respond to memory cycles from the PCI bus. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable (Default).
0
I/O Space: Allow the CS5530A to respond to I/O cycles from the PCI bus. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable (Default).
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PCI Bus Interface
PCI Target
The CS5530A positively decodes PCI transactions
intended for any internal registers, the ROM address
range, and several peripheral and user-defined address
ranges. For positive-decoded transactions, the CS5530A is
a medium responder. Table 4-3 lists the valid C/BE# encoding for PCI target transactions.
The CS5530A acts as the subtractive agent in the system
since it contains the ISA bridge functionality. Subtractive
decoding ensures that all accesses not positively claimed
by PCI devices are forwarded to the ISA bus. The subtractive-decoding sample point can be configured as slow,
default, or disabled via F0 Index 41h[2:1]. Table 4-4 shows
these programming bits. Figure 4-4 shows the timing for
subtractive decoding.
Note:
I/O accesses that are mis-aligned so as to include
address 0FFFFh and at least one byte beyond will
“wrap” around to I/O address 0000h.
Table 4-3. PCI Command Encoding
C/BE[3:0]#
Command Type
0000
Interrupt Acknowledge
0001
Special Cycles: Shutdown,
AD[15:0] = 0000
Special Cycles: Halt, AD[15:0] = 0001
0010
I/O Read
0011
I/O Write
010x
Reserved
0110
Memory Read
0111
Memory Write
100x
Reserved
1010
Configuration Read
1011
Configuration Write
1100
Memory Read Multiple
(memory read only)
1101
Reserved
1110
Memory Read Line (memory read only)
1111
Memory Write, Invalidate (memory write)
Table 4-4. Subtractive Decoding Related Bits
Bit
Description
F0 Index 41h
2:1
PCI Function Control Register 2 (R/W)
Reset Value = 10h
Subtractive Decode: These bits determine the point at which the CS5530A accepts cycles that are not claimed by another
device. The CS5530A defaults to taking subtractive decode cycles in the default cycle clock, but can be moved up to the
Slow Decode cycle point if all other PCI devices decode in the fast or medium clocks. Disabling subtractive decode must be
done with care, as all ISA and ROM cycles are decoded subtractively.
00 = Default sample (4th clock from FRAME# active)
01 = Slow sample (3rd clock from FRAME# active)
1x = No subtractive decode
PCI_CLK
FRAME#
IRDY#
TRDY#
DEVSEL#
FAST
MED
SLOW
SUB
Figure 4-4. Subtractive Decoding Timing
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Special Bus Cycles–Shutdown/Halt
The PCI interface does not pass Special Bus Cycles to the
ISA interface, since special cycles by definition have no
destination. However, the PCI interface monitors the PCI
bus for Shutdown and Halt Special Bus Cycles.
Upon detection of a Shutdown Special Bus Cycle, a
WM_RST SMI is generated after a delay of three PCI clock
cycles. PCI Shutdown Special Cycles are detected when
C/BE[3:0]# = 0001 during the address phase and AD[31:0]
= xxxx0000h during the data phase. C/BE[3:0]# are also
properly asserted during the data phase.
ity for read cycles and it generates data parity for write
cycles. The PAR signal is an even-parity bit that is calculated across 36 bits of AD[31:0] plus C/BE[3:0]#.
By default, the CS5530A does not report parity errors.
However, the CS5530A detects parity errors during the
data phase if F0 Index 04h[6] is set to 1. If enabled and a
data parity error is detected, the CS5530A asserts PERR#.
It also asserts SERR# if F0 Index 41h[5] is set to 1. This
allows NMI generation.
Upon detection of a Halt Special Bus Cycle, the CS5530A
completes the cycle by asserting TRDY#. PCI Halt Special
Bus Cycles are detected when CBE[3:0]# = 0001 during
the address phase and AD[31:0] = xxxx0001h during the
data phase of a Halt cycle. CBE[3:0]# are also properly
asserted during the data phase.
The CS5530A also detects parity errors during the address
phase if F0 Index 04h[6] is set. When parity errors are
detected during the address phase, SERR# is asserted
internally. Parity errors are reported to the CPU by enabling
the SERR# source in I/O Port 061h (Port B) control register. The CS5530A sets the corresponding error bits in the
PCI Status Register (F0 Index 06h[15:14]). Table 4-5
shows these programming bits.
4.2.4
If the CS5530A is the PCI master for a cycle and detects
PERR# asserted, it generates SERR# internally.
PCI Bus Parity
When the CS5530A is the PCI initiator, it generates
address parity for read and write cycles. It checks data par-
Table 4-5. PERR#/SERR# Associated Register Bits
Bit
Description
F0 Index 04h-05h
6
Reset Value = 000Fh
Parity Error: Allow the CS5530A to check for parity errors on PCI cycles for which it is a target, and to assert PERR# when
a parity error is detected. 0 = Disable (Default); 1 = Enable.
F0 Index 06h-07h
15
PCI Command Register (R/W)
PCI Status Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0280h
Detected Parity Error: This bit is set whenever a parity error is detected.
Write 1 to clear.
14
Signaled System Error: This bit is set whenever the CS5530A asserts SERR# active.
Write 1 to clear.
F0 Index 41h
5
PCI Function Control Register 2 (R/W)
Reset Value = 10h
PERR# Signals SERR#: Assert SERR# any time that PERR# is asserted or detected active by the CS5530A (allows
PERR# assertion to be cascaded to NMI (SMI) generation in the system). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
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PCI Interrupt Routing Support
4.2.6
The CS5530A allows the PCI interrupt signals INTA#,
INTB#, INTC#, and INTD# (also know in industry terms as
PIRQx#) to be mapped internally to any IRQ signal via register programming (shown in Table 4-6). Further details are
supplied in Section 4.5.4.4 "PCI Compatible Interrupts" on
page 103 regarding edge/level sensitivity selection.
Delayed Transactions
The CS5530A supports delayed transactions to prevent
slow PCI cycles from occupying too much bandwidth and
allows access for other PCI traffic.
Note:
For systems which have only the GX1 processor
and CS5530A on the PCI bus, system performance is improved if delayed transactions are disabled.
F0 Index 42h[5] and F0 Index 43h[1] are used to program
this function. Table 4-7 shows these bit formats.
Table 4-6. PCI Interrupt Steering Registers
Bit
Description
F0 Index 5Ch
7:4
PCI Interrupt Steering Register 1 (R/W)
INTB# Target Interrupt: Selects target interrupt for INTB#.
0000 = Disable
0001 = IRQ1
0010 = RSVD
0011 = IRQ3
3:0
Reset Value = 00h
0100 = IRQ4
0101 = IRQ5
0110 = IRQ6
0111 = IRQ7
1000 = RSVD
1001 = IRQ9
1010 = IRQ10
1011 = IRQ11
1100 = IRQ12
1101 = RSVD
1110 = IRQ14
1111 = IRQ15
INTA# Target Interrupt: Selects target interrupt for INTA#.
0000 = Disable
0001 = IRQ1
0010 = RSVD
0011 = IRQ3
0100 = IRQ4
0101 = IRQ5
0110 = IRQ6
0111 = IRQ7
1000 = RSVD
1001 = IRQ9
1010 = IRQ10
1011 = IRQ11
‘
1100 = IRQ12
1101 = RSVD
1110 = IRQ14
1111 = IRQ15
Note: The target interrupt must first be configured as level sensitive via I/O Port 4D0h and 4D1h in order to maintain PCI interrupt
compatibility.
F0 Index 5Dh
7:4
PCI Interrupt Steering Register 2 (R/W)
INTD# Target Interrupt: Selects target interrupt for INTD#.
0000 = Disable
0001 = IRQ1
0010 = RSVD
0011 = IRQ3
3:0
Reset Value = 00h
0100 = IRQ4
0101 = IRQ5
0110 = IRQ6
0111 = IRQ7
1000 = RSVD
1001 = IRQ9
1010 = IRQ10
1011 = IRQ11
1100 = IRQ12
1101 = RSVD
1110 = IRQ14
1111 = IRQ15
1000 = RSVD
1001 = IRQ9
1010 = IRQ10
1011 = IRQ11
1100 = IRQ12
1101 = RSVD
1110 = IRQ14
1111 = IRQ15
INTC# Target Interrupt: Selects target interrupt for INTC#.
0000 = Disable
0001 = IRQ1
0010 = RSVD
0011 = IRQ3
0100 = IRQ4
0101 = IRQ5
0110 = IRQ6
0111 = IRQ7
Note: The target interrupt must first be configured as level sensitive via I/O Port 4D0h and 4D1h in order to maintain PCI interrupt
compatibility.
Table 4-7. Delay Transaction Programming Bits
Bit
Description
F0 Index 42h
5
PCI Function Control Register 3 (R/W)
Reset Value = ACh
Delayed Transactions: Allow delayed transactions on the PCI bus. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Also see F0 Index 43h[1].
F0 Index 43h
1
USB Shadow Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 03h
PCI Retry Cycles: When the CS5530A is a PCI target and the PCI buffer is not empty, allow the PCI bus to retry cycles.
0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
This bit works in conjunction with PCI bus delayed transactions bit. F0 Index 42h[5] must = 1 for this bit to be valid.
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Resets and Clocks
The operations of resets and clocks in the CS5530A are
described in this section of the Functional Description.
At any state, Power-on/Resume/Reset, the 14.31818 MHz
oscillator must be active for the resets to function.
4.3.1
4.3.2
Resets
The CS5530A generates two reset signals, PCI_RST# to
the PCI bus and CPU_RST to the GX1 processor. These
resets are generated after approximately 100 µs delay from
POR# active as depicted in Figure 4-5.
ISA Clock
The CS5530A creates the ISACLK from dividing the PCICLK. For ISA compatibility, the ISACLK nominally runs at
8.33 MHz or less. The ISACLK dividers are programmed
via F0 Index 50h[2:0] as shown in Table 4-8.
Table 4-8. ISACLK Divider Bits
Bit
Description
F0 Index 50h
2:0
PIT Control/ISA CLK Divider (R/W)
Reset Value = 7Bh
ISA Clock Divisor: Determines the divisor of the PCI clock used to make the ISA clock, which is typically programmed for
approximately 8 MHz.
000 = Reserved
001 = Divide by two
010 = Divide by three
011 = Divide by four
100 = Divide by five
101 = Divide by six
110 = Divide by seven
111 = Divide by eight
If 25 MHz PCI clock, use setting of 010 (divide by 3). If 30 or 33 MHz PCI clock, use a setting of 011 (divide by 4).
POR#
100 µs
9 ms
CPU_RST
PCI_RST#
POR# minimum pulse width for CS5530A only (i.e., not a system specification) = 100 µs and 14 MHz must be running.
Figure 4-5. CS5530A Reset
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DOT Clock
The DOT clock (DCLK) is generated from the 14.31818
MHz input (CLK_14MHZ). A combination of a phase locked
loop (PLL), linear feedback shift register (LFSR) and divisors are used to generate the desired frequencies for the
DOT clock. The divisors and LFSR are configurable
through the F4BAR+Memory Offset 24h. The minimum frequency of DCLK is 10 MHz and the maximum is 200 MHz.
32 KHz for Reset and
Power Management
However, system constraints limit DCLK to 150 MHz when
DCLK is used as the graphics subsystem clock.
For applications that do not use the GX1 processor’s
graphics subsystem, this is an available clock for general
purpose use.
The system clock distribution for a CS5530A/GX1 based
system is shown in Figure 4-6.
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TVCLK from TV Controller
M
U
X
14 MHz Clock
DCLK to GX1 Processor
DCLK
PLL
PCICLK
÷N
ISACLK to ISA Bus
SDRAMCLK to SDRAM
AMD Geode™
GX1
Processor
SDRAMCLK to SDRAM
SDRAMCLK to SDRAM
SDRAMCLK to SDRAM
SUSP_3V
from CS5530A
PCICLK to GX1 Processor
OE#
PCICLK to PCI Related Device
PCICLK to PCI Bus
Clock
Generator
14.318 MHz
Crystal
14 MHz Clock to TV Controller
14 MHz Clock to Super I/O
24.576 MHz Clock to AC97 Codec
48 MHz Clock to USB of CS5530A
Figure 4-6. System Clock Distribution
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4.3.3.1 DCLK Programming
The PLL contains an input divider (ID), feedback divider
(FD) and a post divider (PD). The programming of the
dividers is through F4BAR+Memory Offset 24h (see Table
4-9 on page 58). The maximum output frequency is 300
MHz. The output frequency is given by equation #1:
Equation #1:
DCLK = [CLK_14MHZ * FD] ÷ [PD *ID]
Condition:
140 MHz < [DCLK * PD] < 300 MHz
Where:
CLK_14MHZ is pin P24
FD is derived from N see equation #2 and #3:
PD is derived from bits [28:24]
ID is derived from bits [2:0]
The BIOS has been provided with a complete table of divisor values for supported graphics clock frequencies. Many
combinations of divider values and VCO frequencies are
possible to achieve a certain output clock frequency. These
BIOS values may be adjusted from time to time to meet
system frequency accuracy and jitter requirements. For
applications that do not use the GX1 processor’s graphics
subsystem, this is an available clock for general purpose
use.
The transition from one DCLK frequency to another is not
guaranteed to be smooth or bounded; therefore, new
divider coefficients should only be programmed while the
PLL is off line in a situation where the transition characteristics of the clock are “don't care”. The steps below
describe (in order) how to change the DCLK frequency.
1)
Program the new clock frequency.
Equation #2:
If FD is an odd number then: FD = 2*N +1
2)
Program Feedback Reset (bit 31) high and Bypass
PLL (bit 8) high.
Equation #3:
If FD is an even number then: FD = 2*N +0
3)
Wait at least 500 µs for PLL to settle.
4)
Program Feedback Reset (bit 31) low.
5)
Program Bypass PLL (bit 8) low.
Where:
N is derived from bits [22:12]
+1 is achieved by setting bit 23 to 1.
+0 is achieved by clearing bit 23 to 0.
Example
Define Target Frequency:
Target frequency = 135 MHz
Satisfy the “Condition”:
(140 MHz < [DCLK * PD] < 300 MHz)
140 MHz < [135 MHz * 2] < 300 MHz
Therefore PD = 2
Solve Equation #1:
DCLK = [CLK_14MHZ * FD] ÷ [PD *ID]
135 = [14.31818 * FD] ÷ [2 * ID]
135 = [7.159 * FD] ÷ ID
18.86 = FD ÷ ID
Guess: ID = 7, Solve for FD
FD = 132.02
Solve Equation #2 or #3:
FD = 2*N +1 for odd FD
FD = 2*N +0 for even FD
FD is 132, therefore even
132 = 2*N +0
N = 66
Summarize:
PD = 2: Bits [28:24] = 00111
ID = 7: Bits [2:0] = 101
N = 66: Bits [22:12] = 073h (found in Table 4-10), clear
bit 23
Result:
DCLK = 135
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Table 4-9. DCLK Configuration Register
Bit
Description
F4BAR+Memory Offset 24h-27h
DOT Clock Configuration Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
31
Feedback Reset: Reset the PLL postscaler and feedback divider. 0 = Normal operation; 1 = Reset.
A more comprehensive reset description is provided in bit 8.
30
Half Clock: 0 = Enable; 1 = Disable.
For odd post divisors, half clock enables the falling edge of the VCO clock to be used to generate the falling edge of the post
divider output to more closely approximate a 50% output duty cycle.
29
28:24
Reserved: Set to 0.
5-Bit DCLK PLL Post Divisor (PD) Value: Selects value of 1 to 31.
00000 = PD divisor of 8
00001 = PD divisor of 6
00010 = PD divisor of 18
00011 = PD divisor of 4
00100 = PD divisor of 12
00101 = PD divisor of 16
00110 = PD divisor of 24
00111 = PD divisor of 2
01000 = PD divisor of 10
01001 = PD divisor of 20
01010 = PD divisor of 14
01011 = PD divisor of 26
01100 = PD divisor of 22
01101 = PD divisor of 28
01110 = PD divisor of 30
01111 = PD divisor of 1*
10000 = PD divisor of 9
10001 = PD divisor of 7
10010 = PD divisor of 19
10011 = PD divisor of 5
10100 = PD divisor of 13
10101 = PD divisor of 17
10110 = PD divisor of 25
10111 = PD divisor of 3
11000 = PD divisor of 11
11001 = PD divisor of 21
11010 = PD divisor of 15
11011 = PD divisor of 27
11100 = PD divisor of 23
11101 = PD divisor of 29
11110 = PD divisor of 31
11111 = Reserved
*See bit 11 description.
23
22:12
Plus 1 (+1): Adds 1 or 0 to FD (DCLK PLL VCO Feedback Divisor) parameter in equation (see Note).
0 = Add 0 to FD; 1 = Add 1 to FD.
N: This bit represents “N” in the equation (see Note). It is used to solve the value of FD (DCLK PLL VCO feedback divisor).
N can be a value of 1 to 400. For all values of N, refer to Table 4-10 on page 59.
11
CLK_ON: 0 = PLL disable; 1 = PLL enable. If PD = 1 (i.e., bits [28:24] = 01111) the PLL is always enabled and cannot be
disabled by this bit.
10
DOT Clock Select: 0 = DCLK; 1 = TV_CLK.
9
Reserved: Set to 0
8
Bypass PLL: Connects the input of the PLL directly to the output of the PLL. 0 = Normal Operation; 1 = Bypass PLL.
If this bit is set to 1, the input of the PLL bypasses the PLL and resets the VCO control voltage, which in turn powers down
the PLL. Allow 0.5 ms for the control voltage to be driven to 0V.
7:6
5
Reserved: Set to 0.
Reserved (Read Only): Write as read
4:3
Reserved: Set to 0.
2:0
PLL Input Divide (ID) Value: Selects value of 2 to 9 (see Note).
000 = ID divisor of 2
010 = ID divisor of 4
Note:
100 = ID divisor of 6
110 = ID divisor of 8
001 = ID divisor of 3
011 = ID divisor of 5
101 = ID divisor of 7
111 = ID divisor of 9
To calculate DCLK output frequency:
Equation #1: DCLK = [CLK_14MHZ * FD] ÷ [PD *ID]
Condition: 140 MHz < [DCLK * PD] < 300 MHz
Where:
CLK_14MHZ is pin P24
FD is derived from N see equation #2 and #3
PD is derived from bits [28:24]
ID is derived from bits [2:0]
Equation #2: If FD is an odd number then: FD = 2*N +1
Equation #3: If FD is an even number then: FD = 2*N +0
Where: N is derived from bits [22:12]
+1 is achieved by setting bit 23 to 1.
+0 is achieved by clearing bit 23 to 0.
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N
Reg.
Value
N
Reg.
Value
N
Reg.
Value
N
Reg.
Value
N
Reg.
Value
N
Reg.
Value
N
Reg.
Value
400
399
398
397
396
395
394
393
392
391
390
389
388
387
386
385
384
383
382
381
380
379
378
377
376
375
374
373
372
371
370
369
368
367
366
365
364
363
362
361
360
359
358
357
356
355
354
353
352
351
350
33A
674
4E8
1D0
3A0
740
681
502
205
40B
16
2D
5B
B7
16F
2DE
5BD
37B
6F6
5EC
3D9
7B2
765
6CB
596
32D
65A
4B4
168
2D0
5A1
343
686
50C
219
433
66
CD
19B
336
66C
4D8
1B0
360
6C0
580
301
602
404
8
11
349
348
347
346
345
344
343
342
341
340
339
338
337
336
335
334
333
332
331
330
329
328
327
326
325
324
323
322
321
320
319
318
317
316
315
314
313
312
311
310
309
308
307
306
305
304
303
302
301
300
299
23
47
8F
11F
23E
47D
FA
1F5
3EA
7D4
7A9
753
6A7
54E
29D
53B
277
4EF
1DE
3BC
778
6F1
5E2
3C5
78A
715
62B
456
AC
159
2B2
565
2CB
597
32F
65E
4BC
178
2F0
5E1
3C3
786
70D
61B
436
6C
D9
1B3
366
6CC
598
298
297
296
295
294
293
292
291
290
289
288
287
286
285
284
283
282
281
280
279
278
277
276
275
274
273
272
271
270
269
268
267
266
265
264
263
262
261
260
259
258
257
256
255
254
253
252
251
250
249
248
331
662
4C4
188
310
620
440
80
101
202
405
A
15
2B
57
AF
15F
2BE
57D
2FB
5F7
3EF
7DE
7BD
77B
6F7
5EE
3DD
7BA
775
6EB
5D6
3AD
75A
6B5
56A
2D5
5AB
357
6AE
55C
2B9
573
2E7
5CF
39F
73E
67D
4FA
1F4
3E8
247
246
245
244
243
242
241
240
239
238
237
236
235
234
233
232
231
230
229
228
227
226
225
224
223
222
221
220
219
218
217
216
215
214
213
212
211
210
209
208
207
206
205
204
203
202
201
200
199
198
197
7D0
7A1
743
687
50E
21D
43B
76
ED
1DB
3B6
76C
6D9
5B2
365
6CA
594
329
652
4A4
148
290
521
243
487
10E
21C
439
72
E5
1CB
396
72C
659
4B2
164
2C8
591
323
646
48C
118
230
461
C2
185
30A
614
428
50
A1
196
195
194
193
192
191
190
189
188
187
186
185
184
183
182
181
180
179
178
177
176
175
174
173
172
171
170
169
168
167
166
165
164
163
162
161
160
159
158
157
156
155
154
153
152
151
150
149
148
147
146
143
286
50D
21B
437
6E
DD
1BB
376
6EC
5D8
3B1
762
6C5
58A
315
62A
454
A8
151
2A2
545
28B
517
22F
45F
BE
17D
2FA
5F5
3EB
7D6
7AD
75B
6B7
56E
2DD
5BB
377
6EE
5DC
3B9
772
6E5
5CA
395
72A
655
4AA
154
2A8
145
144
143
142
141
140
139
138
137
136
135
134
133
132
131
130
129
128
127
126
125
124
123
122
121
120
119
118
117
116
115
114
113
112
111
110
109
108
107
106
105
104
103
102
101
100
99
98
97
96
95
551
2A3
547
28F
51F
23F
47F
FE
1FD
3FA
7F4
7E9
7D3
7A7
74F
69F
53E
27D
4FB
1F6
3EC
7D8
7B1
763
6C7
58E
31D
63A
474
E8
1D1
3A2
744
689
512
225
44B
96
12D
25A
4B5
16A
2D4
5A9
353
6A6
54C
299
533
267
4CF
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
19E
33C
678
4F0
1E0
3C0
780
701
603
406
C
19
33
67
CF
19F
33E
67C
4F8
1F0
3E0
7C0
781
703
607
40E
1C
39
73
E7
1CF
39E
73C
679
4F2
1E4
3C8
790
721
643
486
10C
218
431
62
C5
18B
316
62C
458
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Reg.
Value
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
161
2C2
585
30B
616
42C
58
B1
163
2C6
58D
31B
636
46C
D8
1B1
362
6C4
588
311
622
444
88
111
222
445
8A
115
22A
455
AA
155
2AA
555
2AB
557
2AF
55F
2BF
57F
2FF
5FF
3FF
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Power Management
Power Management
The hardware resources provided by a combined
CS5530A/GX1 based system support a full-featured power
management implementation. The extent to which these
resources are employed depends on the application and
the discretion of the system designer.
Function 1 (F1) at Index 10h (F1BAR). F1BAR sets the
base address for the SMI status and ACPI timer support
registers as shown in Table 3-11.
Power management resources can be grouped according
to the function they enable or support. The major functions
are as follows:
The three greatest power consumers in a system are the
display, hard drive, and CPU. The power management of
the first two is relatively straightforward and is discussed in
Section 4.4.3 "Peripheral Power Management" on page 67.
CPU power management is supported through several
mechanisms resulting in five defined system power conditions:
• CPU Power Management
— On
— Active Idle
— Suspend
— 3 Volt Suspend
— Off
— Save-to-Disk/Save-to-RAM
— Suspend Modulation
4.4.1
CPU Power Management
• On
• Active Idle
• Suspend
• APM Support
• 3 Volt Suspend
• Peripheral Power Management
— Device Idle Timers and Traps
— General Purpose Timers
— ACPI Timer Register
— General Purpose I/O Pins
— Power Management SMI Status Reporting Registers
— Device Power Management Register Programming
Summary
• Off
Included in the following subsections are details regarding
the registers used for configuring power management features. The majority of these registers are directly accessed
through the PCI configuration register space designated as
Function 0 (F0). However, included in the discussions are
references to F1BAR+Memory Offset 10h. This refers to
the registers accessed through a base address register in
There are also three derivative power conditions defined:
• Suspend Modulation
— Combination of On and Suspend
• Save-to-Disk
— Off with the ability to return back to the exact system
condition without rebooting
• Save-to-RAM
— Extreme 3 Volt Suspend with only the contents of
RAM still powered
4.4.1.1 On
System is running and the CPU is actively executing code.
Table 4-11. Base Address Register (F1BAR) for SMI Status and ACPI Timer Support
Bit
Description
F1 Index 10h-13h
Base Address Register — F1BAR (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
This register sets the base address of the memory mapped SMI status and ACPI timer related registers. Bits [7:0] are read only (00h),
indicating a 256-byte memory address range. Refer to Table 5-16 for the SMI status and ACPI timer registers bit formats and reset values. The upper 16 bytes are always mapped to the ACPI timer, and are always memory mapped.
Note: The ACPI Timer Count Register is accessible through F1BAR+Memory Offset 1Ch and I/O Port 121Ch.
60
31:8
SMI Status/Power Management Base Address
7:0
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4.4.1.2 Active Idle
This state is the most powerful power management state
because it is an operational state. The CPU has executed a
HLT instruction and has asserted the SUSPA# signal. The
operating system has control of the entry of this state
because the OS has either executed the HLT or made a
BIOS call to indicate idle, and the BIOS executed the HLT
instruction. The display refresh subsystem is still active but
the CPU is not executing code. The clock is stopped to the
processing core in this state and considerable power is
saved in the processor. The CS5530A takes advantage of
this power state by stopping the clock to some of the internal circuitry. This power saving mode can be enabled/disabled by programming F0 Index 96h[4] (see Table 4-12).
The CS5530A can still make bus master requests for IDE,
audio, USB, and ISA from this state. When the CS5530A or
any other device on the PCI bus asserts REQ#, the CPU
deasserts SUSPA# for the duration of REQ# activity. Once
REQ# has gone inactive and all PCI cycles have stopped,
the CPU reasserts SUSPA#. SUSPA# remains active until
the CPU receives an INTR or SMI event which ends the
CPU halt condition.
4.4.1.3 Suspend
This state is similar to the Active Idle state except that the
CPU enters this state because the CS5530A asserted
SUSP#. The CS5530A deasserts SUSP# when an INTR or
SMI event occurs. The Suspend Configuration register is
shown in Table 4-12, however, also see the tables listed
below for a more complete understanding on configuring
the Suspend state.
• F0 Index BCh in Table 4-13 "Clock Stop Control
Register" on page 62.
• Related registers in Table 4-14 "Suspend Modulation
Related Registers" on page 64.
• F0 Index AEh in Table 4-16 "APM Support Registers" on
page 67.
Table 4-12. Suspend Configuration Register
Bit
Description
F0 Index 96h
7:5
Suspend Configuration Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Reserved: Set to 0.
4
Power Savings Mode: 0 = Enable; 1 = Disable.
3
Include ISA Clock in Power Savings Mode: 0 = ISA clock not included; 1 = ISA clock included.
2
Suspend Mode Configuration: “Special 3 Volt Suspend” mode to support powering down a GX1 processor during Suspend. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
1
SMI Speedup Configuration: Selects how Suspend Modulation function reacts when an SMI occurs.
0 = Use the IRQ Speedup Timer Count Register (F0 Index 8Ch) to temporarily disable Suspend Modulation when an SMI
occurs.
1 = Disable Suspend Modulation when an SMI occurs until a read to the SMI Speedup Disable Register (F1BAR+Memory
Offset 08h).
The purpose of this bit is to disable Suspend Modulation while the CPU is in the System Management Mode so that VSA
technology and power management operations occur at full speed. Two methods for accomplishing this are either to map
the SMI into the IRQ Speedup Timer Count Register (F0 Index 8Ch), or to have the SMI disable Suspend Modulation until
the SMI handler reads the SMI Speedup Disable Register (F1BAR+Memory Offset 08h). The latter is the preferred method.
The IRQ speedup method is provided for software compatibility with earlier revisions of the CS5530A. This bit has no effect
if the Suspend Modulation feature is disabled (bit 0 = 0).
0
Suspend Modulation Feature: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
When enabled, the SUSP# pin will be asserted and deasserted for the durations programmed in the Suspend Modulation
OFF/ON Count Registers (F0 Index 94h/95h).
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4.4.1.4 3 Volt Suspend
This state is a non-operational state. To enter this state the
display must have been previously turned off. This state is
usually used to put the system into a deep sleep to conserve power and still allow the user to resume where they
left off.
The CS5530A supports the stopping of the CPU and system clocks for a 3 Volt Suspend state. If appropriately configured, via the Clock Stop Control Register (F0 Index BCh,
see Table 4-13), the CS5530A asserts the SUSP_3V pin
after it has gone through the SUSP#/SUSPA# handshake.
The SUSP_3V pin is a state indicator, indicating that the
system is in a low-activity state. This indicator can be used
to put the system into a low-power state (the system clock
can be turned off).
The SUSP_3V pin is intended to be connected to the output enable of a clock generator or buffer chip, so that the
clocks to the CPU and the CS5530A (and most other system devices) are stopped. The CS5530A continues to decrement all of its device timers and respond to external SMI
interrupts after the input clock has been stopped, as long
as the 32 KHz clock continues to oscillate. Any SMI event
or unmasked interrupt pin causes the CS5530A to deassert the SUSP_3V pin, restarting the system clocks. As the
CPU or other device might include a PLL, the CS5530A
holds SUSP# active for a pre-programmed period of delay
(the PLL re-sync delay) that varies from 0 to 15 ms. After
this period has expired, the CS5530A deasserts SUSP#,
stopping Suspend. SMI# is held active for the entire period,
so that the CPU reenters SMM when the clocks are
restarted.
Note:
The SUSP_3V pin can be active either high or low.
The pin is an input during POR, and is sampled to
determine its inactive state. This allows a designer
to match the active state of SUSP_3V to the inactive state for a clock driver output enable with a
pull-up or pull-down resistor.
4.4.1.5 Off
The system is off and there is no power being consumed
by the processor or the CS5530A.
Table 4-13. Clock Stop Control Register
Bit
Description
F0 Index BCh
7:4
Clock Stop Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
PLL Delay: The programmed value in this field sets the delay (in milliseconds) after a break event occurs before the SUSP#
pin is deasserted to the CPU. This delay is designed to allow the clock chip and CPU PLL to stabilize before starting execution. This delay is only invoked if the STP_CLK bit (bit 0) was set.
The four-bit field allows values from 0 to 15 ms.
0000 = 0 ms
0001 = 1 ms
0010 = 2 ms
0011 = 3 ms
3:1
0
0100 = 4 ms
0101 = 5 ms
0110 = 6 ms
0111 = 7 ms
1000 = 8 ms
1001 = 9 ms
1010 = 10 ms
1011 = 11 ms
1100 = 12 ms
1101 = 13 ms
1110 = 14 ms
1111 = 15 ms
Reserved: Set to 0.
CPU Clock Stop: 0 = Normal SUSP#/ SUSPA# handshake; 1 = Full system Suspend.
Note: This register configures the CS5530A to support a 3 Volt Suspend. Setting bit 0 causes the SUSP_3V pin to assert after the
appropriate conditions, stopping the system clocks. A delay of 0 to 15 ms is programmable (bits 7:4) to allow for a delay for the
clock chip and CPU PLL to stabilize when an event Resumes the system.
A write to the CPU Suspend Command Register (F0 Index AEh) with bit 0 written as:
0 = SUSP#/SUSPA# handshake occurs. The CPU is put into a low-power state, and the system clocks are not stopped. When a
break/resume event occurs, it releases the CPU halt condition.
1 = SUSP#/SUSPA# handshake occurs and the SUSP_3V pin is asserted, thus invoking a full system Suspend (both CPU and
system clocks are stopped). When a break event occurs, the SUSP_3V pin will deassert, the PLL delay programmed in bits [7:4]
will be invoked which allows the clock chip and CPU PLL to stabilize before deasserting the SUSP# pin.
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4.4.1.6 Suspend Modulation
Suspend Modulation is a derivative of the On and Suspend
states and works by asserting and de-asserting the SUSP#
pin to the CPU for a configurable period and duty cycle. By
modulating the SUSP# pin, an effective reduction in frequency is achieved. Suspend Modulation is the system
power management choice of last resort. However, it is an
excellent choice for thermal management. If the system is
expected to operate in a thermal environment where the
processor could overheat, then Suspend Modulation could
be used to reduce power consumption in the overheated
condition and thus reduce the processor’s temperature.
When used as a power management state, Suspend Modulation works by assuming that the processor is idle unless
external activity indicates otherwise. This approach effectively slows down the processor until external activity indicates a need to run at full speed, thereby reducing power
consumption.
Suspend Modulation serves as the primary CPU power
management mechanism when APM or some other power
management software strategy is not present. It can also
act as a backup for situations where the power management scheme does not correctly detect an Idle condition in
the system.
In order to provide high-speed performance when needed,
the SUSP# pin modulation can be temporarily disabled any
time system activity is detected. When this happens, the
processor is “instantly” converted to full speed for a programmed duration. System activities in the CS5530A are
defined in hardware as: any unmasked IRQ, accessing
Port 061h, SMI, and/or accessing the graphics controller.
Since the graphics controller is integrated in the GX1 processor, the indication of graphics activity is sent to the
CS5530A via the serial link (see Section 4.1.2 "PSERIAL
Pin Interface" on page 50 for more information on serial
link) and is automatically decoded. Graphics activity is
defined as any access to the VGA register space, the VGA
frame buffer, the graphics accelerator control registers and
the configured graphics frame buffer.
The automatic speedup events (IRQ, SMI, and/or graphics)
for Suspend Modulation should be used together with software-controlled speedup registers for major I/O events
such as any access to the floppy disk controller, hard disk
drive, or parallel/serial ports, since these are indications of
major system activities. When major I/O events occur, Suspend Modulation can be temporarily disabled using the
procedures described in the following subsections.
The Power Management Enable Register 1 (F0 Index 80h)
contains the enables for the individual activity speedup timers.
Bit 0 of the Suspend Configuration Register (F0 Index 96h)
enables the Suspend Modulation feature. Bit 1 controls
how SMI events affect the Suspend Modulation feature. In
general this bit should be set to a 1, which causes SMIs to
disable Suspend Modulation until it is re-enabled by the
SMI handler.
The Suspend Modulation OFF and ON Count Registers
(F0 Index 94h and 95h) control two 8-bit counters that represent the number of 32 µs intervals that the SUSP# pin is
asserted and then deasserted to the processor. These
counters define a ratio which is the effective frequency of
operation of the system while Suspend Modulation is
enabled.
Feff = FGX86 x
Off Count
On Count + Off Count
The IRQ and Video Speedup Timer Count registers (F0
Index 8Ch and 8Dh) configure the amount of time which
Suspend Modulation is disabled when the respective
events occur.
SMI Speedup Disable
If the Suspend Modulation feature is being used for CPU
power management, the occurrence of an SMI disables the
Suspend Modulation function so that the system operates
at full speed while in SMM. There are two methods used to
invoke this via bit 1 of the Suspend Configuration Register.
If F0 Index 96h[1] = 0: Use the IRQ Speedup Timer (F0
Index 8Ch) to temporarily disable Suspend Modulation
when an SMI occurs.
If F0 Index 96h[1] = 1: Disable Suspend Modulation when
an SMI occurs until a read to the SMI Speedup Disable
Register (F1BAR+Memory Offset 08h).
The SMI Speedup Disable Register prevents VSA technology software from entering Suspend Modulation while
operating in SMM. The data read from this register can be
ignored. If the Suspend Modulation feature is disabled,
reading this I/O location has no effect.
Table 4-14 shows the bit formats of the Suspend Modulation related registers.
Bus master internal (Ultra DMA/33, Audio, USB, or ISA) or
external requests do not directly affect the Suspend Modulation programming.
Configuring Suspend Modulation
Control of the Suspend Modulation feature is accomplished
using the Suspend Modulation OFF Count Register, the
Suspend Modulation ON Count Register, and the Suspend
Configuration Register (F0 Index 94h, 95h, and 96h,
respectively).
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Table 4-14. Suspend Modulation Related Registers
Bit
Description
F0 Index 80h
4
Power Management Enable Register 1 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Video Speedup: Any video activity, as decoded from the serial connection (PSERIAL register, bit 0) from the GX1 processor disables clock throttling (via SUSP#/SUSPA# handshake) for a configurable duration when the system is power managed using CPU Suspend modulation. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
The duration of the speedup is configured in the Video Speedup Timer Count Register (F0 Index 8Dh). Detection of an
external VGA access (3Bxh, 3Cxh, 3Dxh and A000h-B7FFh) on the PCI bus is also supported. This configuration is nonstandard, but it does allow the power management routines to support an external VGA chip.
3
IRQ Speedup: Any unmasked IRQ (per I/O Port 021h/0A1h) or SMI disables clock throttling (via SUSP#/SUSPA# handshake) for a configurable duration when the system is power managed using CPU Suspend modulation.
0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
The duration of the speedup is configured in the IRQ Speedup Timer Count Register (F0 Index 8Ch).
F0 Index 8Ch
7:0
IRQ Speedup Timer Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
IRQ Speedup Timer Count: This register holds the load value for the IRQ speedup timer. It is loaded into the timer when
Suspend Modulation is enabled (F0 Index 96h[0] = 1) and an INTR or an access to I/O Port 061h occurs. When the event
occurs, the Suspend Modulation logic is inhibited, permitting full performance operation of the CPU. Upon expiration, no SMI
is generated; the Suspend Modulation begins again. The IRQ speedup timer’s timebase is 1 ms.
This speedup mechanism allows instantaneous response to system interrupts for full-speed interrupt processing. A typical
value here would be 2 to 4 ms.
F0 Index 8Dh
7:0
Video Speedup Timer Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Video Speedup Timer Count: This register holds the load value for the Video speedup timer. It is loaded into the timer
when Suspend Modulation is enabled (F0 Index 96h[0] = 1) and any access to the graphics controller occurs. When a video
access occurs, the Suspend Modulation logic is inhibited, permitting full-performance operation of the CPU. Upon expiration, no SMI is generated; the Suspend Modulation begins again. The video speedup timer’s timebase is 1 ms.
This speedup mechanism allows instantaneous response to video activity for full speed during video processing calculations. A typical value here would be 50 to 100 ms.
Index 94h
7:0
Suspend Modulation OFF Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Suspend Signal Deasserted Count: This 8-bit value represents the number of 32 µs intervals that the SUSP# pin will be
deasserted to the GX1 processor. This timer, together with the Suspend Modulation ON Count Register (F0 Index 95h), perform the Suspend Modulation function for CPU power management. The ratio of the on-to-off count sets up an effective
(emulated) clock frequency, allowing the power manager to reduce CPU power consumption.
This timer is prematurely reset if an enabled speedup event occurs. The speedup events are IRQ speedups and video
speedups.
Index 95h
7:0
Suspend Modulation ON Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Suspend Signal Asserted Count: This 8-bit value represents the number of 32 µs intervals that the SUSP# pin will be
asserted. This timer, together with the Suspend Modulation OFF Count Register (F0 Index 94h), perform the Suspend Modulation function for CPU power management. The ratio of the on-to-off count sets up an effective (emulated) clock frequency, allowing the power manager to reduce CPU power consumption.
This timer is prematurely reset if an enabled speedup event occurs. The speedup events are IRQ speedups and video
speedups.
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Bit
Description
Index 96h
7:5
Suspend Configuration Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Reserved: Set to 0.
4
Power Savings: 0 = Enable; 1 = Disable.
3
Include ISA Clock in Power Savings Mode: 0 = ISA clock not included; 1 = ISA clock included.
2
Suspend Mode Configuration: “Special 3 Volt Suspend” mode to support powering down a GX1 processor during Suspend. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
1
SMI Speedup Configuration: Selects how Suspend Modulation function reacts when an SMI occurs.
0 = Use the IRQ Speedup Timer Count Register (F0 Index 8Ch) to temporarily disable Suspend Modulation when an SMI
occurs.
1 = Disable Suspend Modulation when an SMI occurs until a read to the SMI Speedup Disable Register (F1BAR+Memory
Offset 08h).
The purpose of this bit is to disable Suspend Modulation while the CPU is in the System Management Mode so that VSA
technology and power management operations occur at full speed. Two methods for accomplishing this are either to map
the SMI into the IRQ Speedup Timer Count Register (F0 Index 8Ch), or to have the SMI disable Suspend Modulation until
the SMI handler reads the SMI Speedup Disable Register (F1BAR+Memory Offset 08h). The latter is the preferred method.
The IRQ speedup method is provided for software compatibility with earlier revisions of the CS5530A. This bit has no effect
if the Suspend Modulation feature is disabled (bit 0 = 0).
0
Suspend Modulation Feature: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
When enabled, the SUSP# pin will be asserted and deasserted for the durations programmed in the Suspend Modulation
OFF/ON Count Registers (F0 Index 94h/95h).
F0 Index A8h-A9h
15:0
Reset Value = 0000h
Video Overflow Count: Each time the Video Speedup timer (F0 Index 8Dh) is triggered, a 100 ms timer is started. If the
100 ms timer expires before the Video Speedup timer lapses, the Video Overflow Count Register increments and the 100
ms timer re-triggers. Software clears the overflow register when new evaluations are to begin. The count contained in this
register may be combined with other data to determine the type of video accesses present in the system.
F1BAR+Memory Offset 08h-09h
15:0
Video Overflow Count Register (R/W)
SMI Speedup Disable Register (Read to Enable)
Reset Value = 0000h
SMI Speedup Disable: If bit 1 in the Suspend Configuration Register is set (F0 Index 96h[1] = 1), a read of this register
invokes the SMI handler to re-enable Suspend Modulation.
The data read from this register can be ignored. If the Suspend Modulation feature is disabled, reading this I/O location has
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4.4.1.7 Save-to-Disk/Save-to-RAM
This is a derivative of the Off state. The processor and the
CS5530A have the capability to save their complete state.
This state information can be saved to a hard disk or to
RAM and the system can be turned off. When powered
back on, the system can be returned exactly back to the
state it was in when the save process began. This means
that the system does not have to be rebooted in the traditional sense. In both cases, precautions must be taken in
the system design to make sure that there is sufficient
space on the hard drive or RAM to store the information. In
the case of the RAM, it must also be powered at all times
and can not be corrupted when the system is powered off
and back on.
The PC/AT compatible floppy port is not part of the
CS5530A. If a floppy is attached on the ISA bus in a
SuperI/O or by some other means, some of the FDC registers are shadowed in the CS5530A because they cannot
be safely read. The FDC registers are shown in Table 4-15.
Additional shadow registers for other functions are
described in:
• Table 4-40 "DMA Shadow Register" on page 98
• Table 4-42 "PIT Shadow Register" on page 100
• Table 4-45 "PIC Shadow Register" on page 102
• Table 4-53 "Real-Time Clock Registers" on page 109
Table 4-15. Power Management Shadow Registers
Bit
Description
F0 Index B4h
7:0
Floppy Port 3F2h Shadow Register (RO)
Reset Value = xxh
Floppy Port 3F2h Shadow (Read Only): Last written value of I/O Port 3F2h. Required for support of FDC power ON/OFF
and Save-to-Disk/RAM coherency.
This register is a copy of an I/O register which cannot safely be directly read. Value in register is not deterministic of when
the register is being read. It is provided here to assist in a Save-to-Disk operation.
F0 Index B5h
7:0
Floppy Port 3F7h Shadow Register (RO)
Reset Value = xxh
Floppy Port 3F7h Shadow (Read Only): Last written value of I/O Port 3F7h. Required for support of FDC power ON/OFF
and Save-to-Disk/RAM coherency.
This register is a copy of an I/O register which cannot safely be directly read. Value in register is not deterministic of when
the register is being read. It is provided here to assist in a Save-to-Disk operation.
F0 Index B6h
7:0
Floppy Port 1F2h Shadow Register (RO)
Reset Value = xxh
Floppy Port 1F2h Shadow (Read Only): Last written value of I/O Port 1F2h. Required for support of FDC power ON/OFF
and Save-to-Disk/RAM coherency.
This register is a copy of an I/O register which cannot safely be directly read. Value in register is not deterministic of when
the register is being read. It is provided here to assist in a Save-to-Disk operation.
F0 Index B7h
7:0
Floppy Port 1F7h Shadow Register (RO)
Reset Value = xxh
Floppy Port 1F7h Shadow (Read Only): Last written value of I/O Port 1F7h. Required for support of FDC power ON/OFF
and Save-to-Disk/RAM coherency.
This register is a copy of an I/O register which cannot safely be directly read. Value in register is not deterministic of when
the register is being read. It is provided here to assist in a Save-to-Disk operation.
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4.4.2
APM Support
Some IA systems rely solely on an APM (Advanced Power
Management) driver for enabling the operating system to
power-manage the CPU. APM provides several services
which enhance the system power management and is theoretically the best approach; but in its current form, APM is
imperfect for the following reasons:
• APM is an OS-specific driver, and may not be available
for some operating systems.
• Application support is inconsistent. Some applications in
foreground may prevent Idle calls.
• APM does not help with Suspend determination or
peripheral power management.
The CS5530A provides two entry points for APM support:
• Software CPU Suspend control via the CPU Suspend
Command Register (F0 Index AEh)
• Software SMI entry via the Software SMI Register (F0
Index D0h). This allows the APM BIOS to be part of the
SMI handler.
These registers are shown in Table 4-16.
4.4.3
Peripheral Power Management
The CS5530A provides peripheral power management
using a combination of device idle timers, address traps,
and general purpose I/O pins. Idle timers are used in conjunction with traps to support powering down peripheral
devices. Eight programmable GPIO (general purpose I/O)
pins are included for external device power control as well
as other functions. All I/O addresses are decoded in 16
bits. All memory addresses are decoded in 32 bits.
4.4.3.1 Device Idle Timers and Traps
Idle timers are used to power manage a peripheral by
determining when the peripheral has been inactive for a
specified period of time, and removing power from the
peripheral at the end of that time period.
Idle timers are provided for the commonly-used peripherals
(FDC, IDE, parallel/serial ports, and mouse/keyboard). In
addition, there are three user-defined timers that can be
configured for either I/O or memory ranges. The Power
Management enable bit (F0 Index 80h[1]) enables and disables the power management idle timers. The Trap bit in
the same register (F0 Index 80h[2]) enables and disables
device I/O traps.
The idle timers are 16-bit countdown timers with a 1 second time base, providing a time-out range of 1 to 65536
seconds (1092 minutes) (18 hours). General purpose timers can be programmed to count milliseconds instead of
seconds (see Section 4.4.3.2 on page 77 for further information on general purpose timers).
When the idle timers are enabled, the timers are loaded
from the timer count registers and start to decrement at the
next timebase clock, but cannot trigger an interrupt on that
cycle. If an idle timer is initially set to 1, it decrements to 0
on the first cycle and continues counting with 65535 on the
next cycle. Starting at 2 gives 1 on the first cycle, and 0 on
the second cycle, generating the interrupt. Since the timebase is one second, the minimum interval before the next
interrupt from this timer is variable, from one to two seconds with a setting of two.
The idle timers continue to decrement until one of two possibilities occurs: a bus cycle occurs at that I/O or memory
range, or the timer decrements to zero.
When a bus cycle occurs, the idle timer is reloaded with its
starting value. It then continues to decrement.
Table 4-16. APM Support Registers
Bit
Description
F0 Index AEh
7:0
CPU Suspend Command Register (WO)
Reset Value = 00h
Software CPU Suspend Command (Write Only): If bit 0 in the Clock Stop Control Register is set low (F0 Index BCh[0] =
0) and all SMI status bits are 0, a write to this register causes a SUSP#/SUSPA# handshake with the CPU, placing the CPU
in a low-power state. The data written is irrelevant. Once in this state, any unmasked IRQ or SMI releases the CPU halt condition.
If F0 Index BCh[0] = 1, writing to this register invokes a full system Suspend. In this case, the SUSP_3V pin is asserted after
the SUSP#/SUSPA# halt. Upon a Resume event (see Note), the PLL delay programmed in the F0 Index BCh[7:4] is invoked,
allowing the clock chip and CPU PLL to stabilize before deasserting the SUSP# pin.
Note: If the clocks are stopped, the external IRQ4 and IRQ3 pins, when enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 1Ah[4:3]), are the
only IRQ pins that can be used as a Resume event. If GPIO2, GPIO1, and GPIO0 are enabled as an external SMI
source (F0 Index 92h[2:0]), they too can be used as a Resume event. No other CS5530A pins can be used to wakeup the system from Suspend when the clocks are stopped. As long as the 32 KHz clock remains active, internal SMI
events are also Resume events.
F0 Index D0h
7:0
Software SMI Register (WO)
Reset Value = 00h
Software SMI (Write Only): A write to this location generates an SMI. The data written is irrelevant. This register allows
software entry into SMM via normal bus access instructions.
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When the timer decrements to zero, if power management
is enabled (F0 Index 80h[0] = 1), the timer generates an
SMI. (F0 Index 80h[0] = 0 does not disable these timers
from running, but only from generating SMI.)
enables the trap. The next time an event occurs, the trap
generates an SMI. This time, the SMI handler applies
power to the peripheral, enables the timer (thus reloading
its starting value), and disables the trap.
When an idle timer generates an SMI, the SMI handler
manages the peripheral power, disables the timer, and
Tables 4-17 through 4-25 show the device associated idle
timers and traps programming bits.
Table 4-17. Power Management Global Enabling Bits
Bit
Description
F0 Index 80h
2
Power Management Enable Register 1 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Traps: Globally enable all power management device I/O traps. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
This excludes the audio I/O traps. They are enabled at F3BAR+Memory Offset 18h.
1
Idle Timers: Globally enable all power management device idle timers. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Note, disable at this level does not reload the timers on the enable. The timers are disabled at their current counts.
This bit has no effect on the Suspend Modulation OFF/ON Timers (F0 Index 94h/95h), nor on the General Purpose (UDEFx)
Timers (F0 Index 88h-8Bh). This bit must be set for the command to trigger the SUSP#/SUSPA# feature to function (see F0
Index AEh).
0
Power Management: Global power management. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enabled.
This bit must be set (1) immediately after POST for some power management resources to function. Until this is done, the
command to trigger the SUSP#/SUSPA# feature is disabled (see F0 Index AEh) and all SMI# trigger events listed for
F0 Index 84h-87h are disabled. A ‘0’ in this bit does NOT stop the Idle Timers if bit 1 of this register is a ‘1’, but only prevents
them from generating an SMI# interrupt. It also has no effect on the UDEF traps.
Table 4-18. Keyboard/Mouse Idle Timer and Trap Related Registers
Bit
Description
F0 Index 81h
3
Power Management Enable Register 2 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Keyboard/Mouse Idle Timer Enable: Load timer from Keyboard/Mouse Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index 9Eh) and generate an SMI when the timer expires. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If an access occurs in the address ranges (listed below) the timer is reloaded with the programmed count.
Keyboard Controller: I/O Ports 060h/064h
COM1: I/O Port 3F8h-3FFh (if F0 Index 93h[1:0] = 10 this range is included)
COM2: I/O Port 2F8h-2FFh (if F0 Index 93h[1:0] = 11 this range is included)
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[3].
F0 Index 82h
3
Power Management Enable Register 3 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Keyboard/Mouse Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs in the address ranges (listed below) an SMI is generated.
Keyboard Controller: I/O Ports 060h/064h
COM1: I/O Port 3F8h-3FFh (if F0 Index 93h[1:0] = 10 this range is included)
COM2: I/O Port 2F8h-2FFh (if F0 Index 93h[1:0] = 11 this range is included)
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 86h/F6h[3].
F0 Index 93h
Miscellaneous Device Control Register (R/W)
1
Mouse on Serial Enable: Mouse is present on a serial port. 0 = No; 1 = Yes. (Note)
0
Mouse Port Select: Selects which serial port the mouse is attached to. 0 = COM1; 1 = COM2. (Note)
Reset Value = 00h
Note: Bits 1 and 0 - If a mouse is attached to a serial port (bit 1 = 1), that port is removed from the serial device list being used to
monitor serial port access for power management purposes and added to the keyboard/mouse decode. This is done because a
mouse, along with the keyboard, is considered an input device and is used only to determine when to blank the screen.
These bits determine the decode used for the Keyboard/Mouse Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index 9Eh) as well as the Parallel/
Serial Port Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index 9Ch).
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Bit
Description
F0 Index 9Eh-9Fh
15:0
Keyboard / Mouse Idle Timer Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
Keyboard / Mouse Idle Timer Count: The idle timer loaded from this register determines when the keyboard and mouse
are not in use so that the LCD screen can be blanked. The 16-bit value programmed here represents the period of inactivity
for these ports after which the system is alerted via an SMI. The timer is automatically reloaded with the count value whenever an access occurs to either the keyboard or mouse I/O address spaces, including the mouse serial port address space
when a mouse is enabled on a serial port. The timer uses a 1 second timebase.
To enable this timer set F0 Index 81h[3] = 1.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[3].
Table 4-19. Parallel/Serial Idle Timer and Trap Related Registers
Bit
Description
F0 Index 81h
2
Power Management Enable Register 2 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Parallel/Serial Idle Timer Enable: Load timer from Parallel/Serial Port Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index 9Ch) and generate an SMI when the timer expires. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If an access occurs in the address ranges (listed below) the timer is reloaded with the programmed count.
LPT1: I/O Port 378h-37Fh, 778h-77Ah
LPT2: I/O Port 278h-27Fh, 678h-67Ah
COM1: I/O Port 3F8h-3FFh (if F0 Index 93h[1:0] = 10 this range is excluded)
COM2: I/O Port 2F8h-2FFh (if F0 Index 93h[1:0] = 11 this range is excluded)
COM3: I/O Port 3E8h-3EFh
COM4: I/O Port 2E8h-2EFh
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[2].
F0 Index 82h
2
Power Management Enable Register 3 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Parallel/Serial Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs in the address ranges (listed below) an SMI is generated.
LPT1: I/O Port 378h-37Fh, 778h-77Ah
LPT2: I/O Port 278h-27Fh, 678h-67Ah
COM1: I/O Port 3F8h-3FFh (if F0 Index 93h[1:0] = 10 this range is excluded)
COM2: I/O Port 2F8h-2FFh (if F0 Index 93h[1:0] = 11 this range is excluded)
COM3: I/O Port 3E8h-3EFh
COM4: I/O Port 2E8h-2EFh
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 86h/F6h[2].
F0 Index 93h
Miscellaneous Device Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
1
Mouse on Serial Enable: Mouse is present on a serial port. 0 = No; 1 = Yes. (Note)
0
Mouse Port Select: Selects which serial port the mouse is attached to. 0 = COM1; 1 = COM2. (Note)
Note: Bits 1 and 0 - If a mouse is attached to a serial port (bit 1 = 1), that port is removed from the serial device list being used to
monitor serial port access for power management purposes and added to the keyboard/mouse decode. This is done because a
mouse, along with the keyboard, is considered an input device and is used only to determine when to blank the screen.
These bits determine the decode used for the Keyboard/Mouse Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index 9Eh) as well as the Parallel/
Serial Port Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index 9Ch).
F0 Index 9Ch-9Dh
15:0
Parallel / Serial Idle Timer Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
Parallel / Serial Idle Timer Count: The idle timer loaded from this register is used to determine when the parallel and serial
ports are not in use so that the ports can be power managed. The 16-bit value programmed here represents the period of
inactivity for these ports after which the system is alerted via an SMI. The timer is automatically reloaded with the count
value whenever an access occurs to the parallel (LPT) or serial (COM) I/O address spaces. If the mouse is enabled on a
serial port, that port is not considered here. The timer uses a 1 second timebase.
To enable this timer set F0 Index 81h[2] = 1.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[2].
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Table 4-20. Floppy Disk Idle Timer and Trap Related Registers
Bit
Description
F0 Index 81h
1
Power Management Enable Register 2 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Floppy Disk Idle Timer Enable: Load timer from Floppy Disk Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index 9Ah) and generate an
SMI when the timer expires. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If an access occurs in the address ranges (listed below) the timer is reloaded with the programmed count.
Primary floppy disk: I/O Port 3F2h, 3F4h, 3F5h, and 3F7
Secondary floppy disk: I/O Port 372h, 373h, 375h, and 377h
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[1].
F0 Index 82h
1
Power Management Enable Register 3 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Floppy Disk Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs in the address ranges (listed below) an SMI is generated.
Primary floppy disk: I/O Port 3F2h, 3F4h, 3F5h, or 3F7
Secondary floppy disk: I/O Port 372h, 373h, 375h, or 377h
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 86h/F6h[1].
F0 Index 93h
7
Reset Value = 00h
Floppy Drive Port Select: All system resources used to power manage the floppy drive use the primary or secondary FDC
addresses for decode. 0 = Primary; 1 = Primary and Secondary.
F0 Index 9Ah-9Bh
15:0
Miscellaneous Device Control Register (R/W)
Floppy Disk Idle Timer Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
Floppy Disk Idle Timer Count: The idle timer loaded from this register is used to determine when the floppy disk drive is
not in use so that it can be powered down. The 16-bit value programmed here represents the period of floppy disk drive
inactivity after which the system is alerted via an SMI. The timer is automatically reloaded with the count value whenever an
access occurs to any of I/O Ports 3F2h, 3F4h, 3F5h, and 3F7h (primary) or 372h, 374h, 375h, and 377h (secondary). The
timer uses a 1 second timebase.
To enable this timer set F0 Index 81h[1] = 1.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[1].
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Table 4-21. Primary Hard Disk Idle Timer and Trap Related Registers
Bit
Description
F0 Index 81h
0
Power Management Enable Register 2 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Primary Hard Disk Idle Timer Enable: Load timer from Primary Hard Disk Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index 98h) and
generate an SMI when the timer expires. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If an access occurs in the address ranges selected in F0 Index 93h[5], the timer is reloaded with the programmed count.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[0].
F0 Index 82h
0
Power Management Enable Register 3 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Primary Hard Disk Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs in the address ranges selected in F0 Index 93h[5], an SMI is generated.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 86h/F6h[0].
F0 Index 93h
5
Miscellaneous Device Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Partial Primary Hard Disk Decode: This bit is used to restrict the addresses which are decoded as primary hard disk
accesses.
0 = Power management monitors all reads and writes I/O Port 1F0h-1F7h, 3F6h
1 = Power management monitors only writes to I/O Port 1F6h and 1F7h
F0 Index 98h-99h
15:0
Primary Hard Disk Idle Timer Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
Primary Hard Disk Idle Timer Count: The idle timer loaded from this register is used to determine when the primary hard
disk is not in use so that it can be powered down. The 16-bit value programmed here represents the period of primary hard
disk inactivity after which the system is alerted via an SMI. The timer is automatically reloaded with the count value whenever an access occurs to the configured primary hard disk’s data port (configured in F0 Index 93h[5]). The timer uses a 1
second timebase.
To enable this timer set F0 Index 81h[0] = 1.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[0].
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Table 4-22. Secondary Hard Disk Idle Timer and Trap Related Registers
Bit
Description
F0 Index 83h
7
Power Management Enable Register 4 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Secondary Hard Disk Idle Timer Enable: Load timer from Secondary Hard Disk Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index ACh)
and generate an SMI when the timer expires. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If an access occurs in the address ranges selected in F0 Index 93h[4], the timer is reloaded with the programmed count.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 86h/F6h[4].
6
Secondary Hard Disk Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs in the address ranges selected in F0 Index 93h[4], an SMI is generated.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 86h/F6h[5].
F0 Index 93h
4
Miscellaneous Device Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Partial Secondary Hard Disk Decode: This bit is used to restrict the addresses which are decoded as secondary hard
Disk accesses.
0 = Power management monitors all reads and writes I/O Port 170h-177h, 376h
1 = Power management monitors only writes to I/O Port 176h and 177h
F0 Index ACh-ADh
15:0
Secondary Hard Disk Idle Timer Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
Secondary Hard Disk Idle Timer Count: The idle timer loaded from this register is used to determine when the secondary
hard disk is not in use so that it can be powered down. The 16-bit value programmed here represents the period of secondary hard disk inactivity after which the system is alerted via an SMI. The timer is automatically reloaded with the count value
whenever an access occurs to the configured secondary hard disk’s data port (configured in F0 Index 93h[4]). The timer
uses a 1 second timebase.
To enable this timer set F0 Index 83h[7] = 1.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 86h/F6h[4].
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Table 4-23. User Defined Device 1 (UDEF1) Idle Timer and Trap Related Registers
Bit
Description
F0 Index 81h
4
Power Management Enable Register 4 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
User Defined Device 1 (UDEF1) Idle Timer Enable: Load timer from UDEF1 Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index A0h) and
generate an SMI when the timer expires. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If an access occurs in the programmed address range the timer is reloaded with the programmed count.
UDEF1 address programming is at F0 Index C0h (base address register) and CCh (control register).
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[4].
F0 Index 82h
4
Power Management Enable Register 3 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
User Defined Device 1 (UDEF1) Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs in the programmed address range an SMI is generated. UDEF1 address
programming is at F0 Index C0h (base address register), and CCh (control register).
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
Second level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 04h/06h[2].
Index A0h-A1h
15:0
User Defined Device 1 Idle Timer Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
User Defined Device 1 (UDEF1) Idle Timer Count: The idle timer loaded from this register determines when the device
configured as UDEF1 is not in use so that it can be power managed. The 16-bit value programmed here represents the
period of inactivity for this device after which the system is alerted via an SMI. The timer is automatically reloaded with the
count value whenever an access occurs to memory or I/O address space configured at F0 Index C0h (base address register) and F0 Index CCh (control register). The timer uses a 1 second timebase.
To enable this timer set F0 Index 81h[4] = 1.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[4].
F0 Index C0h-C3h
31:0
User Defined Device 1 Base Address Register (R/W)
User Defined Device 1 (UDEF1) Base Address [31:0]: This 32-bit register supports power management (trap and idle
timer resources) for a PCMCIA slot or some other device in the system. The value written is used as the address comparator for the device trap/timer logic. The device can be memory or I/O mapped (configured in F0 Index CCh).
F0 Index CCh
7
6:0
Reset Value = 00000000h
User Defined Device 1 Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Memory or I/O Mapped: User Defined Device 1 is: 0 = I/O; 1 = Memory.
Mask
If bit 7 = 0 (I/O):
Bit 6
0 = Disable write cycle tracking
1 = Enable write cycle tracking
Bit 5
0 = Disable read cycle tracking
1 = Enable read cycle tracking
Bits 4:0
Mask for address bits A[4:0]
If bit 7 = 1 (M/IO):
Bits 6:0
Mask for address memory bits A[15:9] (512 bytes min. and 64 KB max.) and A[8:0] are ignored.
Note: A “1” in a mask bit means that the address bit is ignored for comparison.
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Table 4-24. User Defined Device 2 (UDEF2) Idle Timer and Trap Related Registers
Bit
Description
F0 Index 81h
5
Power Management Enable Register 4 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
User Defined Device 2 (UDEF2) Idle Timer Enable: Load timer from UDEF2 Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index A2h) and
generate an SMI when the timer expires. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If an access occurs in the programmed address range the timer is reloaded with the programmed count.
UDEF2 address programming is at F0 Index C4h (base address register) and CDh (control register).
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[5].
F0 Index 82h
5
Power Management Enable Register 3 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
User Defined Device 2 (UDEF2) Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs in the programmed address range an SMI is generated. UDEF2 address
programming is at F0 Index C4h (base address register) and CDh (control register).
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
Second level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 04h/06h[3].
F0 Index A2h-A3h
15:0
User Defined Device 2 Idle Timer Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
User Defined Device 2 (UDEF2) Idle Timer Count: The idle timer loaded from this register determines when the device
configured as UDEF2 is not in use so that it can be power managed. The 16-bit value programmed here represents the
period of inactivity for this device after which the system is alerted via an SMI. The timer is automatically reloaded with the
count value whenever an access occurs to memory or I/O address space configured at F0 Index C4h (base address register) and F0 Index CDh (control register). The timer uses a 1 second timebase.
To enable this timer set F0 Index 81h[5] = 1.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[5].
F0 Index C4h-C7h
31:0
User Defined Device 2 Base Address Register (R/W)
User Defined Device 2 (UDEF2) Base Address [31:0]: This 32-bit register supports power management (trap and idle
timer resources) for a PCMCIA slot or some other device in the system. The value written is used as the address comparator for the device trap/timer logic. The device can be memory or I/O mapped (configured in F0 Index CDh).
F0 Index CDh
7
6:0
Reset Value = 00000000h
User Defined Device 2 Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Memory or I/O Mapped: User Defined Device 2 is: 0 = I/O; 1 = Memory.
Mask
If bit 7 = 0 (I/O):
Bit 6
0 = Disable write cycle tracking
1 = Enable write cycle tracking
Bit 5
0 = Disable read cycle tracking
1 = Enable read cycle tracking
Bits 4:0
Mask for address bits A[4:0]
If bit 7 = 1 (M/IO):
Bits 6:0
Mask for address memory bits A[15:9] (512 bytes min. and 64 KB max.) and A[8:0] are ignored.
Note: A “1” in a mask bit means that the address bit is ignored for comparison.
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Table 4-25. User Defined Device 3 (UDEF3) Idle Timer and Trap Related Registers
Bit
Description
F0 Index 81h
6
Power Management Enable Register 4 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
User Defined Device 3 (UDEF3) Idle Timer Enable: Load timer from UDEF3 Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index A4h) and
generate an SMI when the timer expires. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If an access occurs in the programmed address range the timer is reloaded with the programmed count.
UDEF3 address programming is at F0 Index C8h (base address register) and CEh (control register).
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[6].
F0 Index 82h
6
Power Management Enable Register 3 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
User Defined Device 3 (UDEF3) Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs in the programmed address range an SMI is generated. UDEF3 address
programming is at F0 Index C8h (base address register) and CEh (control register).
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
Second level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 04h/06h[4].
F0 Index A4h-A5h
15:0
User Defined Device 3 Idle Timer Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
User Defined Device 3 (UDEF3) Idle Timer Count: The idle timer loaded from this register determines when the device
configured as UDEF3 is not in use so that it can be power managed. The 16-bit value programmed here represents the
period of inactivity for this device after which the system is alerted via an SMI. The timer is automatically reloaded with the
count value whenever an access occurs to memory or I/O address space configured at F0 Index C8h (base address register) and F0 Index CEh (control register). The timer uses a 1 second timebase.
To enable this timer set F0 Index 81h[6] = 1.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[6].
F0 Index C8h-CBh
31:0
User Defined Device 3 Base Address Register (R/W)
User Defined Device 3 (UDEF3) Base Address [31:0]: This 32-bit register supports power management (trap and idle
timer resources) for a PCMCIA slot or some other device in the system. The value written is used as the address comparator for the device trap/timer logic. The device can be memory or I/O mapped (configured in F0 Index CEh).
F0 Index CEh
7
6:0
Reset Value = 00000000h
User Defined Device 3 Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Memory or I/O Mapped: User Defined Device 3 is: 0 = I/O; 1 = Memory.
Mask
If bit 7 = 0 (I/O):
Bit 6
0 = Disable write cycle tracking
1 = Enable write cycle tracking
Bit 5
0 = Disable read cycle tracking
1 = Enable read cycle tracking
Bits 4:0
Mask for address bits A[4:0]
If bit 7 = 1 (M/IO):
Bits 6:0
Mask for address memory bits A[15:9] (512 bytes min. and 64 KB max.) and A[8:0] are ignored.
Note: A “1” in a mask bit means that the address bit is ignored for comparison.
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Although not considered as device idle timers, two additional timers are provided by the CS5530A. The Video Idle
Timer used for Suspend determination and the VGA Timer
used for SoftVGA.
These timers and their associated programming bits are
listed in Tables 4-26 and 4-27.
Table 4-26. Video Idle Timer and Trap Related Registers
Bit
Description
F0 Index 81h
7
Power Management Enable Register 2 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Video Access Idle Timer Enable: Load timer from Video Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index A6h) and generate an SMI
when the timer expires. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If an access occurs in the video address range (sets bit 0 of the GX1 processor’s PSERIAL register) the timer is reloaded
with the programmed count.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[7].
F0 Index 82h
7
Power Management Enable Register 3 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Video Access Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs in the video address range (sets bit 0 of the GX1 processor’s PSERIAL
register) an SMI is generated.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 86h/F6h[7].
F0 Index A6h-A7h
15:0
Video Idle Timer Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
Video Idle Timer Count: The idle timer loaded from this register determines when the graphics subsystem has been idle as
part of the Suspend determination algorithm. The 16-bit value programmed here represents the period of video inactivity
after which the system is alerted via an SMI. The count in this timer is automatically reset whenever an access occurs to the
graphics controller space. The timer uses a 1 second timebase.
In a GX1 processor based system the graphics controller is embedded in the CPU, so video activity is communicated to the
CS5530A via the serial connection (PSERIAL register, bit 0) from the processor. The CS5530A also detects accesses to
standard VGA space on PCI (3Bxh, 3Cxh, 3Dxh and A000h-B7FFh) in the event an external VGA controller is being used.
To enable this timer set F0 Index 81h[7] = 1.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[7].
Table 4-27. VGA Timer Related Registers
Bit
Description
F0 Index 83h
3
Power Management Enable Register 4 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
VGA Timer Enable: Turn on VGA Timer and generate an SMI when the timer reaches 0. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
VGA Timer programming is at F0 Index 8Eh and F0 Index 8Bh[6].
To reload the count in the VGA timer, disable it, optionally change the count value in F0 Index 8Eh[7:0], and reenable it
before enabling power management.
SMI Status reporting is at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[6] (only).
Although grouped with the power management Idle Timers, the VGA Timer is not a power management function. The VGA
Timer counts whether power management is enabled or disabled.
F0 Index 8Bh
6
Reset Value = 00h
VGA Timer Base: Selects timebase for VGA Timer Register (F0 Index 8Eh). 0 = 1 ms; 1 = 32 µs.
F0 Index 8Eh
7:0
General Purpose Timer 2 Control Register (R/W)
VGA Timer Count Register
VGA Timer Load Value: This register holds the load value for the VGA timer. The value is loaded into the timer when the
timer is enabled (F0 Index 83h[3] = 1). The timer is decremented with each clock of the configured timebase (F0 Index
8Bh[6]). Upon expiration of the timer, an SMI is generated and the status is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[6]
(only). Once expired, this timer must be re-initialized by disabling it (F0 Index 83h[3] = 0) and then enabling it (F0 Index
83h[3] = 1). When the count value is changed in this register, the timer must be re-initialized in order for the new value to be
loaded.
This timer’s timebase is selectable as 1 ms (default) or 32 µs. (F0 Index 8Bh).
Note: Although grouped with the power management Idle Timers, the VGA Timer is not a power management function. It is
not affected by the Global Power Management Enable setting at F0 Index 80h[0].
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4.4.3.2 General Purpose Timers
The CS5530A contains two general purpose timers, General Purpose Timer 1 (F0 Index 88h) and General Purpose
Timer 2 (F0 Index 8Ah). These two timers are similar to the
Device Idle Timers in that they count down to zero unless
re-triggered, and generate an SMI when they reach zero.
However, these are 8-bit timers instead of 16 bits, they
have a programmable timebase, they are not enabled or
disabled by Global Power Management bits F0 Index
80h[1:0], and the events which reload these timers are configurable. These timers are typically used for an indication
of system inactivity for Suspend determination.
General Purpose Timer 1 can be re-triggered by activity to
any of the configured user defined devices, keyboard and
mouse, parallel and serial, floppy disk, or hard disk.
General Purpose Timer 2 can be re-triggered by a transition on the GPIO7 pin (if GPIO7 is properly configured).
Configuration of the GPIO7 is explained in Section 4.4.3.4
"General Purpose I/O Pins" on page 80.
The timebase for both general purpose timers can be configured as either 1 second (default) or 1 millisecond. The
registers at F0 Index 89h and 8Bh are the control registers
for the general purpose timers. Table 4-28 show the bit formats for these registers.
After a general purpose timer is enabled or after an event
reloads the timer, the timer is loaded with the configured
count value. Upon expiration of the timer an SMI is generated and a status flag is set. Once expired, this timer must
be re-initialized by disabling and enabling it.
The general purpose timer is not loaded immediately, but
when the free-running timebase counter reaches its maximum value. Depending on the count at the time, this could
be on the next 32 KHz clock (CLK_32K), or after a full
count of 32, or 32,768 clocks (approximately 1 msec, or
exactly 1 sec). The general purpose timer cannot trigger an
interrupt until after the first count. Thus, the minimum time
before the next SMI from the timer can be either from 12 msec or 1-2 sec with a setting of 02h.
Table 4-28. General Purpose Timers and Control Registers
Bit
Description
F0 Index 88h
7:0
General Purpose Timer 1 Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
General Purpose Timer 1 Count: This register holds the load value for GP Timer 1. This value can represent either an 8bit or 16-bit timer (selected at F0 Index 8Bh[4]). It is loaded into the timer when the timer is enabled (F0 Index 83h[0] =1).
Once enabled, an enabled event (configured in F0 Index 89h[6:0]) reloads the timer.
The timer is decremented with each clock of the configured timebase. Upon expiration of the timer, an SMI is generated and
the top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9]. The second level SMI status is reported at
F1BAR+Memory Offset 04h/06h[0]).
Once expired, this timer must be re-initialized by either disabling and enabling it, or writing a new count value here.
This timer’s timebase can be configured as 1 msec or 1 sec at F0 Index 89h[7].
F0 Index 89h
General Purpose Timer 1 Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
7
Timebase for General Purpose Timer 1: Selects timebase for GP Timer 1 (F0 Index 88h). 0 = 1 sec; 1 = 1 msec.
6
Re-trigger General Purpose Timer 1 on User Defined Device 3 (UDEF3) Activity: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Any access to the configured (memory or I/O) address range for UDEF3 reloads GP Timer 1. UDEF3 address
programming is at F0 Index C8h (base address register) and CEh (control register).
5
Re-trigger General Purpose Timer 1 on User Defined Device 2 (UDEF2) Activity: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Any access to the configured (memory or I/O) address range for UDEF2 reloads GP Timer 1. UDEF2 address
programming is at F0 Index C4h (base address register) and CDh (control register).
4
Re-trigger General Purpose Timer 1 on User Defined Device 1 (UDEF1) Activity: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Any access to the configured (memory or I/O) address range for UDEF1 reloads GP Timer 1. UDEF1 address
programming is at F0 Index C0h (base address register) and CCh (control register)
3
Re-trigger General Purpose Timer 1 on Keyboard or Mouse Activity: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable
Any access to the keyboard or mouse I/O address range (listed below) reloads GP Timer 1.
Keyboard Controller: I/O Ports 060h/064h
COM1: I/O Port 3F8h-3FFh (if F0 Index 93h[1:0] = 10 this range is included)
COM2: I/O Port 2F8h-2FFh (if F0 Index 93h[1:0] = 11 this range is included)
2
Re-trigger General Purpose Timer 1 on Parallel/Serial Port Activity: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Any access to the parallel or serial port I/O address range (listed below) reloads the GP Timer 1.
LPT1: I/O Port 378h-37Fh, 778h-77Ah
LPT2: I/O Port 278h-27Fh, 678h-67Ah
COM1: I/O Port 3F8h-3FFh (if F0 Index 93h[1:0] = 10 this range is excluded)
COM2: I/O Port 2F8h-2FFh (if F0 Index 93h[1:0] = 11 this range is excluded)
COM3: I/O Port 3E8h-3EFh
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Table 4-28. General Purpose Timers and Control Registers (Continued)
Bit
1
Description
Re-trigger General Purpose Timer 1 on Floppy Disk Activity: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Any access to the floppy disk drive address ranges (listed below) reloads GP Timer 1.
Primary floppy disk: I/O Port 3F2h, 3F4h, 3F5h, and 3F7
Secondary floppy disk: I/O Port 372h, 373h, 375h, and 377h
The active floppy drive is configured via F0 Index 93h[7].
0
Re-trigger General Purpose Timer 1 on Primary Hard Disk Activity: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Any access to the primary hard disk drive address range selected in F0 Index 93h[5] reloads GP Timer 1.
F0 Index 8Ah
7:0
General Purpose Timer 2 Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
General Purpose Timer 2 Count: This register holds the load value for GP Timer 2. This value can represent either an 8bit or 16-bit timer (configured in F0 Index 8Bh[5]). It is loaded into the timer when the timer is enabled (F0 Index 83h[1] = 1).
Once the timer is enabled and a transition occurs on GPIO7, the timer is re-loaded.
The timer is decremented with each clock of the configured timebase. Upon expiration of the timer, an SMI is generated and
the top level of status is F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9] and the second level of status is reported in F1BAR+Memory
Offset 04h/06h[1]).
Once expired, this timer must be re-initialized by either disabling and enabling it, or writing a new count value here.
For GPIO7 to act as the reload for this timer, it must be enabled as such (F0 Index 8Bh[2]) and be configured as an input (F0
Index 90h[7]).
This timer’s timebase can be configured as 1 msec or 1 sec in F0 Index 8Bh[3].
F0 Index 8Bh
General Purpose Timer 2 Control Register (R/W)
7
Re-trigger General Purpose Timer 1 on Secondary Hard Disk Activity: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
6
VGA Timer Base: Selects timebase for VGA Timer Register (F0 Index 8Eh). 0 = 1 ms; 1 = 32 µs.
Reset Value = 00h
Any access to the secondary hard disk drive address range selected in F0 Index 93h[4] reloads GP Timer 1.
5
General Purpose Timer 2 Shift: GP Timer 2 is treated as an 8-bit or 16-bit timer. 0 = 8-bit; 1 = 16-bit.
As an 8-bit timer, the count value is loaded into GP Timer 2 Count Register (F0 Index 8Ah).
As a 16-bit timer, the value loaded into GP Timer 2 Count Register is shifted left by eight bits, the lower eight bits become
zero, and this 16-bit value is used as the count for GP Timer 2.
4
General Purpose Timer 1 Shift: GP Timer 1 is treated as an 8-bit or 16-bit timer. 0 = 8-bit; 1 = 16-bit.
As an 8-bit timer, the count value is that loaded into GP Timer 1 Count Register (F0 Index 88h).
As a 16-bit timer, the value loaded into GP Timer 1 Count Register is shifted left by eight bit, the lower eight bits become
zero, and this 16-bit value is used as the count for GP Timer 1.
3
Timebase for General Purpose Timer 2: Selects timebase for GP Timer 2 (F0 Index 8Ah). 0 = 1 sec; 1 = 1 msec.
2
Re-trigger General Purpose Timer 2 on GPIO7 Pin Transition: A configured transition on the GPIO7 pin reloads GP
Timer 2 (F0 Index 8Ah). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
F0 Index 92h[7] selects whether a rising- or a falling-edge transition acts as a reload. For GPIO7 to work here, it must first be
configured as an input (F0 Index 90h[7] = 0).
1:0
78
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4.4.3.3 ACPI Timer Register
The ACPI Timer Count Register (F1BAR+Memory Offset
1Ch or a fixed I/O Port at 121Ch) provides the current value
of the ACPI timer. The timer counts at 14.31818/4 MHz
(3.579545 MHz). If SMI generation is enabled (F0 Index
83h[5] = 1), an SMI is generated when bit 23 toggles. Table
4-29 shows the ACPI Timer Count Register and the ACPI
Timer SMI enable bit.
V-ACPI I/O Register Space
The register space designated as V-ACPI (Virtualized
ACPI) I/O does not physically exist in the CS5530A. ACPI
is supported in the CS5530A by virtualizing this register
space. In order for ACPI to be supported, the V-ACPI module must be included in the BIOS. The register descriptions
that follow are supplied here for reference only.
Fixed Feature space registers are required to be implemented by all ACPI-compatible hardware. The Fixed Feature registers in the V-ACPI solution are mapped to normal
I/O space starting at Offset AC00h. However, the designer
can relocate this register space at compile time, hereafter
referred to as ACPI_BASE. Registers within the V-ACPI I/O
space must only be accessed on their defined boundaries.
For example, BYTE aligned registers must not be
accessed via WORD I/O instructions, WORD aligned registers must not be accessed as DWORD I/O instructions, etc.
Table 4-29 summarizes the registers available in the VACPI I/O Register Space. The “Reference” column gives
the table and page number where the bit formats for the
registers are located.
Table 4-29. ACPI Timer Related Registers/Bits
Bit
Description
F1BAR+Memory Offset 1Ch-1Fh (Note)
ACPI Timer Count Register (RO)
Reset Value = 00FFFFFCh
ACPI_COUNT (Read Only): This read-only register provides the current value of the ACPI timer. The timer counts at 14.31818/4 MHz
(3.579545 MHz). If SMI generation is enabled via F0 Index 83h[5], an SMI is generated when the MSB toggles. The MSB toggles every
2.343 seconds.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 87h/F7h[0].
31:24
Reserved: Always returns 0.
23:0
Counter
Note: The ACPI Timer Count Register is also accessible through I/O Port 121Ch.
F0 Index 83h
5
Power Management Enable Register 4 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
ACPI Timer SMI: Allow SMI generation for MSB toggles on the ACPI Timer (F1BAR+Memory Offset 1Ch or I/O Port
121Ch). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 87h/F7h[0].
Table 4-30. V-ACPI I/O Register Space Summary
ACPI_
BASE
Type
Align
Length
00h-03h
R/W
4
4
P_CNT: Processor Control Register
04h
RO
1
1
P_LVL2: Enter C2 Power State Register
00h
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05h
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1
1
Reserved
00h
Page 224
06h
R/W
1
1
SMI_CMD: OS/BIOS Requests Register (ACPI Enable/
Disable Port)
00h
Page 224
00h
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07h
Name
Reset
Value
Reference
(Table 5-34)
00000000h
Page 224
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1
1
Reserved
08h-09h
R/W
2
2
PM1A_STS: PM1A Status Register
0000h
Page 225
0Ah-0Bh
R/W
2
2
PM1A_EN: PM1A Enable Register
0000h
Page 225
0Ch-0Dh
R/W
4
2
PM1A_CNT: PM1A Control Register
0000h
Page 225
0Eh-0Fh
R/W
2
2
SETUP_IDX: Setup Index Register (V-ACPI internal index
register)
0000h
Page 226
10h-11h
R/W
2
2
GPE0_STS: General Purpose Event 0 Status Register
0000h
Page 226
12h-13h
R/W
2
2
GPE0_EN: General Purpose Event 0 Enable Register
0000h
Page 226
14h-17h
R/W
4
4
SETUP_DATA: Setup Data Register (V-ACPI internal data
register)
00000000h
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18h-1Fh
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8
Reserved: For Future V-ACPI Implementations
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4.4.3.4 General Purpose I/O Pins
The CS5530A provides up to eight GPIO (general purpose
I/O) pins. Five of the pins (GPIO[7:4] and GPIO1) have
alternate functions. Table 4-31 shows the bits used for
GPIO pin function selection.
Each GPIO pin can be configured as an input or output.
GPIO[7:0] can be independently configured to act as edgesensitive SMI events. Each pin can be enabled and configured to be either positive-edge sensitive or negative-edge
sensitive. These pins then cause an SMI to be generated
when an appropriate edge condition is detected. The
power management status registers indicate that a GPIO
external SMI event has occurred.
The GPIO Pin Direction Register 1 (F0 Index 90h) selects
whether the GPIO pin is an input or output. The GPIO Pin
Data Register 1 (F0 Index 91h) contains the direct values
of the GPIO pins. Write operations are valid only for bits
defined as outputs. Reads from this register read the last
written value if the pin is an output.
GPIO Control Register 1 (F0 Index 92h) configures the
operation of the GPIO pins for their various alternate functions. Bits [5:3] set the edge sensitivity for generating an
SMI on the GPIO[2:0] (input) pins respectively. Bits [2:0]
enable the generation of an SMI. Bit 6 enables GPIO6 to
act as the lid switch input. Bit 7 determines which edge
transition will cause General Purpose Timer 2 (F0 Index
8Ah) to reload.
Table 4-32 shows the bit formats for the GPIO pin configuration and control registers.
Table 4-31. GPIO Pin Function Selection
Bit
Description
F0 Index 43h
USB Shadow Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 03h
6
Enable SA20: Pin AD22 configuration: 0 = GPIO4; 1 = SA20. If F0 Index 43h bit 6 or bit 2 is set to 1, then pin AD22 = SA20.
2
Enable SA[23:20]: Pins AF23, AE23, AC21, and AD22 configuration: 0 = GPIO[7:4]; 1 = SA[23:20]. If F0 Index 43h bit 6 or
bit 2 is set to 1, then pin AD22 = SA20.
F3BAR+Memory Offset 08h-0Bh
21
Codec Status Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
Enable SDATA_IN2: Pin AE24 functions as: 0 = GPIO1; 1 = SDATA_IN2.
For this pin to function as SDATA_IN2, it must first be configured as an input (F0 Index 90h[1] = 0).
Table 4-32. GPIO Pin Configuration/Control Registers
Bit
Description
F0 Index 90h
GPIO Pin Direction Register 1 (R/W)
7
GPIO7 Direction: Selects if GPIO7 is an input or output: 0 = Input; 1 = Output.
6
GPIO6 Direction: Selects if GPIO6 is an input or output: 0 = Input; 1 = Output.
5
GPIO5 Direction: Selects if GPIO5 is an input or output: 0 = Input; 1 = Output.
4
GPIO4 Direction: Selects if GPIO4 is an input or output: 0 = Input; 1 = Output.
3
GPIO3 Direction: Selects if GPIO3 is an input or output: 0 = Input; 1 = Output.
2
GPIO2 Direction: Selects if GPIO2 is an input or output: 0 = Input; 1 = Output.
1
GPIO1 Direction: Selects if GPIO1 is an input or output: 0 = Input; 1 = Output.
0
GPIO0 Direction: Selects if GPIO0 is an input or output: 0 = Input; 1 = Output.
Reset Value = 00h
Note: Several of these pins have specific alternate functions. The direction configured here must be consistent with the pins’ use as the
alternate function.
F0 Index 91h
GPIO Pin Data Register 1 (R/W)
7
GPIO7 Data: Reflects the level of GPIO7: 0 = Low; 1 = High.
6
GPIO6 Data: Reflects the level of GPIO6: 0 = Low; 1 = High.
5
GPIO5 Data: Reflects the level of GPIO5: 0 = Low; 1 = High.
4
GPIO4 Data: Reflects the level of GPIO4: 0 = Low; 1 = High.
3
GPIO3 Data: Reflects the level of GPIO3: 0 = Low; 1 = High.
2
GPIO2 Data: Reflects the level of GPIO2: 0 = Low; 1 = High.
1
GPIO1 Data: Reflects the level of GPIO1: 0 = Low; 1 = High.
0
GPIO0 Data: Reflects the level of GPIO0: 0 = Low; 1 = High.
Reset Value = 00h
Note: This register contains the direct values of GPIO[7:0] pins. Write operations are valid only for bits defined as output. Reads from
this register will read the last written value if the pin is an output. The pins are configured as inputs or outputs in F0 Index 90h.
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Bit
Description
F0 Index 92h
GPIO Control Register 1 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
7
GPIO7 Edge Sense for Reload of General Purpose Timer 2: Selects which edge transition of GPIO7 causes
GP Timer 2 to reload. 0 = Rising; 1 = Falling (Note 2).
6
GPIO6 Enabled as Lid Switch: Allow GPIO6 to act as the lid switch input. 0 = GPIO6; 1 = Lid switch.
When enabled, every transition of the GPIO6 pin causes the lid switch status to toggle and generate an SMI.
The top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 87h/F7h[3].
If GPIO6 is enabled as the lid switch, F0 Index 87h/F7h[4] reports the current status of the lid’s position.
5
GPIO2 Edge Sense for SMI: Selects which edge transition of the GPIO2 pin generates an SMI. 0 = Rising; 1 = Falling.
Bit 2 must be set to enable this bit.
4
GPIO1 Edge Sense for SMI: Selects which edge transition of the GPIO1 pin generates an SMI. 0 = Rising; 1 = Falling.
Bit 1 must be set to enable this bit.
3
GPIO0 Edge Sense for SMI: Selects which edge transition of the GPIO0 pin generates an SMI. 0 = Rising; 1 = Falling.
Bit 1 must be set to enable this bit.
2
Enable GPIO2 as an External SMI Source: Allow GPIO2 to be an external SMI source and generate an SMI on either a
rising or falling edge transition (depends upon setting of bit 5). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable (Note 3).
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status reporting is at F0 Index 87h/F7h[7].
1
Enable GPIO1 as an External SMI Source: Allow GPIO1 to be an external SMI source and generate an SMI on either a
rising- or falling-edge transition (depends upon setting of bit 4). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable (Note 3).
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status reporting is at F0 Index 87h/F7h[6].
0
Enable GPIO0 as an External SMI Source: Allow GPIO0 to be an external SMI source and generate an SMI on either a
rising or falling edge transition (depends upon setting of bit 3). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable (Note 3)
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status reporting is at F0 Index 87h/F7h[5].
Notes: 1) For any of the above bits to function properly, the respective GPIO pin must be configured as an input (F0 Index 90h).
2) GPIO7 can generate an SMI (F0 Index 97h[3]) or re-trigger General Purpose Timer 2 (F0 Index 8Bh[2]) or both.
3) If GPIO[2:0] are enabled as external SMI sources, they are the only GPIOs that can be used as SMI sources to wake-up the
system from Suspend when the clocks are stopped.
F0 Index 97h
7
GPIO Control Register 2 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
GPIO7 Edge Sense for SMI: Selects which edge transition of the GPIO7 pin generates an SMI. 0 = Rising; 1 = Falling.
Bit 3 must be set to enable this bit.
6
GPIO5 Edge Sense for SMI: Selects which edge transition of the GPIO5 pin generates an SMI. 0 = Rising; 1 = Falling.
Bit 2 must be set to enable this bit.
5
GPIO4 Edge Sense for SMI: Selects which edge transition of the GPIO4 pin generates an SMI. 0 = Rising; 1 = Falling.
Bit 1 must be set to enable this bit.
4
GPIO3 Edge Sense for SMI: Selects which edge transition of the GPIO3 pin generates an SMI. 0 = Rising; 1 = Falling.
Bit 0 must be set to enable this bit.
3
Enable GPIO7 as an External SMI Source: Allow GPIO7 to be an external SMI source and to generate an SMI on either a
rising or falling edge transition (depends upon setting of bit 7). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status reporting is at F0 Index 84h/F4h[3].
2
Enable GPIO5 as an External SMI Source: Allow GPIO5 to be an external SMI source and to generate an SMI on either a
rising or falling edge transition (depends upon setting of bit 6). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status reporting is at F0 Index 84h/F4h[2].
1
Enable GPIO4 as an External SMI Source: Allow GPIO4 to be an external SMI source and to generate an SMI on either a
rising- or falling-edge transition (depends upon setting of bit 5). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status reporting is at F0 Index 84h/F4h[1].
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Bit
0
Description
Enable GPIO3 as an External SMI Source: Allow GPIO3 to be an external SMI source and to generate an SMI on either a
rising or falling edge transition (depends upon setting of bit 4) 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status reporting is at F0 Index 84h/F4h[0].
Note: For any of the above bits to function properly, the respective GPIO pin must be configured as an input (F0 Index 90h).
4.4.3.5
Power Management SMI Status Reporting
Registers
The CS5530A updates status registers to reflect the SMI
sources. Power management SMI sources are the device
idle timers, address traps, and general purpose I/O pins.
Power management events are reported to the processor
through the SMI# pin. It is active low. When an SMI is initiated, the SMI# pin is asserted low and is held low until all
SMI sources are cleared. At that time, SMI# is deasserted.
All SMI sources report to the Top Level SMI Status Register (F1BAR+Memory Offset 02h) and the Top Level SMI
Status Mirror Register (F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h). The
Top SMI Status and Status Mirror Registers are the top
level of hierarchy for the SMI handler in determining the
source of an SMI. These two registers are identical except
that reading the register at F1BAR+Memory Offset 02h
clears the status.
Since all SMI sources report to the Top Level SMI Status
Register, many of its bits combine a large number of events
requiring a second level of SMI status reporting. The second level of SMI status reporting is set up very much like
the top level. There are two status reporting registers, one
“read only” (mirror) and one “read to clear”. The data
returned by reading either offset is the same, the difference
between the two being that the SMI can not be cleared by
reading the mirror register.
Figure 4-7 on page 83 shows an example SMI tree for
checking and clearing the source of general purpose timer
and the user defined trap generated SMIs.
Table 4-33 on page 84 shows the bit formats of the read to
clear Top Level SMI Status Register (F1BAR+Memory Offset 02h). Table 4-34 starting on page 85 shows the bit formats of the read to clear second level SMI status registers.
For information regarding the location of the corresponding
mirror register, refer to the note in the footer of the register
description.
Keep in mind, all SMI sources in the CS5530A are reported
into the Top Level SMI Status Registers (F1BAR+Memory
Offset 00h/02h); however, this discussion is regarding
power management SMIs. For details regarding audio SMI
events/reporting, refer to Section 4.7.2.2 "Audio SMI
Related Registers" on page 125.
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SMI# Asserted
AMD Geode™
GX1
Processor
SMM software reads SMI Header
If Bit X = 1
(External SMI)
If Bit X = 0
(Internal SMI)
Call internal SMI handler
to take appropriate action
AMD Geode™
CS5530A
Companion F1BAR+Memory
Offset 02h
Read to Clear
to determine
top-level source
of SMI
SMI Deasserted after all SMI Sources are Cleared
(i.e., Top and Second Levels - note some sources may have a Third Level)
F1BAR+Memory
Offset 06h
Read to Clear
to determine
second-level
source of SMI
Bits [15:10]
Other_SMI
Bit 9
GTMR_TRP_SMI
If bit 9 = 1,
Source of SMI
is GP Timer or UDEF Trap
Bits 15:6
RSVD
Bit 5
PCI_TRP_SMI
Bit 4
UDEF3_TRP_SMI
Bit 3
UDEF2_TRP_SMI
Bits [8:0]
Other_SMI
Bit 2
UDEF1_TRP_SMI
Take
Appropriate
Action
Bit 1
GPT2_SMI
Bit 0
GPT1_SMI
Top Level
Second Level
Figure 4-7. General Purpose Timer and UDEF Trap SMI Tree Example
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Bit
Description
F1BAR+Memory Offset 02h-03h
Top Level SMI Status Register (RC)
Reset Value = 0000h
15
Suspend Modulation Enable Mirror (Read to Clear): This bit mirrors the Suspend Mode Configuration bit (F0 Index
96h[0]). It is used by the SMI handler to determine if the SMI Speedup Disable Register (F1BAR+Memory Offset 08h) must
be cleared on exit.
14
SMI Source is USB (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by USB activity? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
SMI generation is configured in F0 Index 42h[7:6].
13
SMI Source is Warm Reset Command (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by Warm Reset command?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
12
SMI Source is NMI (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by NMI activity? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
11:10
9
Reserved (Read to Clear): Always reads 0.
SMI Source is General Purpose Timers/User Defined Device Traps/Register Space Trap (Read to Clear): SMI was
caused by expiration of GP Timer 1/2; trapped access to UDEF3/2/1; trapped access to F1-F4 or ISA Legacy Register
Space? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
The next level of status is found at F1BAR+Memory Offset 04h/06h.
8
SMI Source is Software Generated (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by software? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
7
SMI on an A20M# Toggle (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by an access to either Port 092h or the keyboard command
which initiates an A20M# SMI? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This method of controlling the internal A20M# in the GX1 processor is used instead of a pin.
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 53h[0].
6
SMI Source is a VGA Timer Event (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by the expiration of the VGA Timer (F0 Index 8Eh)?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 83h[3].
5
SMI Source is Video Retrace (IRQ2) (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a video retrace event as decoded from the
serial connection (PSERIAL register, bit 7) from the GX1 processor? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 83h[2].
4:2
1
Reserved (Read to Clear): Always reads 0.
SMI Source is Audio Interface (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by the audio interface? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
The next level SMI status registers is found in F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h.
0
SMI Source is Power Management Event (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by one of the power management resources?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
The next level of status is found at F0 Index 84h-87h/F4h-F7h.
Note: The status for the General Purpose Timers and the User Device Defined Traps are checked separately in bit 9.
Note: Reading this register clears all the SMI status bits. Note that bits 9, 1, and 0 have another level (second) of status reporting.
A read-only “Mirror” version of this register exists at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h. If the value of the register must be read without
clearing the SMI source (and consequently deasserting SMI), the Mirror register may be read instead.
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Bit
Description
F1BAR+Memory Offset 06h-07h Second Level Gen. Traps/Timers SMI Status Register (RC)
15:6
5
Reset Value = 0000h
Reserved (Read to Clear)
PCI Function Trap (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped configuration cycle (listed below)?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
Trapped access to F0 PCI header registers other than Index 40h-43h; SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 41h[0].
Trapped access to F1 PCI header registers; SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 41h[3].
Trapped access to F2 PCI header registers; SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 41h[6].
Trapped access to F3 PCI header registers; SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 42h[0].
Trapped access to F4 PCI header registers; SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 42h[1].
4
SMI Source is Trapped Access to User Defined Device 3 (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O or memory
access to the User Defined Device 3 (F0 Index C8h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 82h[6].
3
SMI Source is Trapped Access to User Defined Device 2 (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O or memory
access to the User Defined Device 2 (F0 Index C4h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 82h[5].
2
SMI Source is Trapped Access to User Defined Device 1 (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O or memory
access to the User Defined Device 1 (F0 Index C0h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 82h[4].
1
SMI Source is Expired General Purpose Timer 2 (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by the expiration of General
Purpose Timer 2 (F0 Index 8Ah)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 83h[1].
0
SMI Source is Expired General Purpose Timer 1 (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by the expiration of General
Purpose Timer 1 (F0 Index 88h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 83h[0].
Note: Reading this register clears all the SMI status bits.
A read-only “Mirror” version of this register exists at F1BAR+Memory Offset 04h. If the value of the register must be read without
clearing the SMI source (and consequently deasserting SMI), the Mirror register may be read instead.
F0 Index F4h
7:5
4
Second Level Power Management Status Register 1 (RC)
Reset Value = 84h
Reserved
Game Port SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a R/W access to game port (I/O Port 200h and 201h)?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Game Port Read SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 83h[4].
Game Port Write SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 53h[3].
3
GPIO7 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by transition on (properly-configured) GPIO7 pin? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 97h[3].
2
GPIO5 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by transition on (properly-configured) GPIO5 pin? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 97h[2].
1
GPIO4 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by transition on (properly-configured) GPIO4 pin? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 97h[1].
0
GPIO3 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by transition on (properly-configured) GPIO3 pin? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 97h[0].
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Bit
Description
Note: Properly-configured means that the GPIO pin must be enabled as a GPIO, an input, and to cause an SMI.
This register provides status on various power-management SMI events. Reading this register clears the SMI status bits. A readonly (mirror) version of this register exists at F0 Index 84h.
F0 Index F5h
7
Second Level Power Management Status Register 2 (RC)
Reset Value = 00h
Video Idle Timer SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by expiration of the Video Idle Timer Count Register
(F0 Index A6h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 81h[7].
6
User Defined Device 3 (UDEF3) Idle Timer SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by expiration of the UDEF3 Idle
Timer Count Register (F0 Index A4h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 81h[6].
5
User Defined Device 2 (UDEF2) Idle Timer SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by expiration of the UDEF2 Idle
Timer Count Register (F0 Index A2h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 81h[5].
4
User Defined Device 1 (UDEF1) Idle Timer SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by expiration of the UDEF1 Idle
Timer Count Register (F0 Index A0h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 81h[4].
3
Keyboard/Mouse Idle Timer SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by expiration of the Keyboard/Mouse Idle
Timer Count Register (F0 Index 9Eh)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 81h[3].
2
Parallel/Serial Idle Timer SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by expiration of the Parallel/Serial Port Idle Timer
Count Register (F0 Index 9Ch)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 81h[2].
1
Floppy Disk Idle Timer SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by expiration of the Floppy Disk Idle Timer Count
Register (F0 Index 9Ah)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 81h[1].
0
Primary Hard Disk Idle Timer SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by expiration of the Primary Hard Disk Idle
Timer Count Register (F0 Index 98h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 81h[0].
Note: This register provides status on the Device Idle Timers to the SMI handler. A bit set here indicates that the device was idle for the
duration configured in the Idle Timer Count register for that device, causing an SMI. Reading this register clears the SMI status
bits. A read-only (mirror) version of this register exists at F0 Index 85h. If the value of the register must be read without clearing
the SMI source (and consequently deasserting SMI), F0 Index 85h may be read instead.
F0 Index F6h
7
Second Level Power Management Status Register 3 (RC)
Reset Value = 00h
Video Access Trap SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to the Video I/O Trap?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 82h[7].
6
Reserved (Read Only)
5
Secondary Hard Disk Access Trap SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to the
secondary hard disk? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 83h[6].
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Bit
4
Description
Secondary Hard Disk Idle Timer SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by expiration of the Hard Disk Idle Timer
Count Register (F0 Index ACh)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 83h[7].
3
Keyboard/Mouse Access Trap SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to the keyboard or
mouse? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 82h[3].
2
Parallel/Serial Access Trap SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to either the serial or
parallel ports? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 82h[2].
1
Floppy Disk Access Trap SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to the
floppy disk? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 82h[1].
0
Primary Hard Disk Access Trap SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to the
primary hard disk? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 82h[0].
Note: This register provides status on the Device Traps to the SMI handler. A bit set here indicates that an access occurred to the
device while the trap was enabled, causing an SMI. Reading this register clears the SMI status bits. A read-only (mirror) version
of this register exists at F0 Index 86h. If the value of the register must be read without clearing the SMI source (and consequently
deasserting SMI), F0 Index 86h may be read instead.
F0 Index F7h
7
Second Level Power Management Status Register 4 (RO/RC)
Reset Value = 00h
GPIO2 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by transition on (properly-configured) GPIO2 pin? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 92h[2].
6
GPIO1 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by transition on (properly-configured) GPIO1 pin? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 92h[1].
5
GPIO0 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by transition on (properly-configured) GPIO0 pin? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 92h[0].
4
3
Lid Position (Read Only): This bit maintains the current status of the lid position. If the GPIO6 pin is configured as the lid
switch indicator, this bit reflects the state of the pin.
Lid Switch SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a transition on the GPIO6 (lid switch) pin? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
For this to happen, the GPIO6 pin must be configured both as an input (F0 Index 90h[6] = 0) and as the lid switch (F0 Index
92h[6] =1).
2
Codec SDATA_IN SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by an AC97 codec producing a positive edge on
SDATA_IN? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of status is reporting. The top level status is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 80h[5].
1
RTC Alarm (IRQ8) SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by an RTC interrupt? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This SMI event can only occur while in 3V Suspend and RTC interrupt occurs.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
0
ACPI Timer SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by an ACPI Timer MSB toggle? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation configuration is at F0 Index 83h[5].
Note: Properly-configured means that the GPIO pin must be enabled as a GPIO, an input, and to cause an SMI.
This register provides status on several miscellaneous power management events that generate SMIs, as well as the status of
the Lid Switch. Reading this register clears the SMI status bits. A read-only (mirror) version of this register exists at
F0 Index 87h.
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Device Power Management Register Programming Summary
Table 4-35 provides a programming register summary of
the device idle timers, address traps, and general purpose
I/O pins. For complete bit information regarding the regis-
ters listed in Table 4-35, refer to Section 5.3.1 "Bridge Configuration Registers - Function 0" on page 155 and Section
5.3.2 "SMI Status and ACPI Timer Registers - Function 1"
on page 180.
Table 4-35. Device Power Management Programming Summary
Located at F0 Index xxh Unless Otherwise Noted
Device Power
Management Resource
Enable
Second Level SMI
Status/No Clear
Configuration
Second Level SMI
Status/With Clear
Global Timer Enable
80h[1]
N/A
N/A
N/A
Keyboard / Mouse Idle Timer
81h[3]
93h[1:0]
85h[3]
F5h[3]
Parallel / Serial Idle Timer
81h[2]
93h[1:0]
85h[2]
F5h[2]
Floppy Disk Idle Timer
81h[1]
9Ah[15:0], 93h[7]
85h[1]
F5h[1]
Video Idle Timer (Note 1)
81h[7]
A6h[15:0]
85h[7]
F5h[7]
VGA Timer (Note 2)
83h[3]
8Eh[7:0]
F1BAR+Memory
Offset 00h[6]
F1BAR+Memory
Offset 02h[6]
Primary Hard Disk Idle Timer
81h[0]
98h[15:0], 93h[5]
85h[0]
F5h[0]
Secondary Hard Disk Idle Timer
83h[7]
ACh[15:0], 93h[4]
86h[4]
F6h[4]
User Defined Device 1 Idle Timer
81h[4]
A0h[15:0], C0h[31:0], CCh[7:0]
85h[4]
F5h[4]
User Defined Device 2 Idle Timer
81h[5]
A2h[15:0], C4h[31:0], CDh[7:0]
85h[5]
F5h[5]
User Defined Device 3 Idle Timer
81h[6]
A4h[15:0], C8h[31:0], CEh[7:0]
85h[6]
F5h[6]
Global Trap Enable
80h[2]
N/A
N/A
N/A
Keyboard / Mouse Trap
82h[3]
9Eh[15:0] 93h[1:0]
86h[3]
F6h[3]
Parallel / Serial Trap
82h[2]
9Ch[15:0], 93h[1:0]
86h[2]
F6h[2]
Floppy Disk Trap
82h[1]
93h[7]
86h[1]
F6h[1]
Video Access Trap
82h[7]
N/A
86h[7]
F6h[7]
Primary Hard Disk Trap
82h[0]
93h[5]
86h[0]
F6h[0]
Secondary Hard Disk Trap
83h[6]
93h[4]
86h[5]
F6h[5]
User Defined Device 1 Trap
82h[4]
C0h[31:0], CCh[7:0]
F1BAR+Memory
Offset 04h[2]
F1BAR+Memory
Offset 06h[2]
User Defined Device 2 Trap
82h[5]
C4h[31:0], CDh[7:0]
F1BAR+Memory
Offset 04h[3]
F1BAR+Memory
Offset 06h[3]
User Defined Device 3 Trap
82h[6]
C8h[31:0], CEh[7:0]
F1BAR+Memory
Offset 04h[4]
F1BAR+Memory
Offset 06h[4]
General Purpose Timer 1
83h[0]
88h[7:0], 89h[7:0], 8Bh[4]
F1BAR+Memory
Offset 04h[0]
F1BAR+Memory
Offset 06h[0]
General Purpose Timer 2
83h[1]
8Ah[7:0], 8Bh[5,3,2]
F1BAR+Memory
Offset 04h[1]
F1BAR+Memory
Offset 06h[1]
GPIO7 Pin
N/A
90h[7], 91h[7], 92h[7], 97h[7,3]
91h[7]
N/A
GPIO6 Pin
N/A
90h[6], 91h[6], 92h[6]
87h[4,3], 91h[6]
F7h[4,3]
GPIO5 Pin
N/A
90h[5], 91h[5], 97h[6,2]
91h[5]
N/A
GPIO4 Pin
N/A
90h[4], 91h[4], 97h[5,1]
91h[4]
N/A
GPIO3 Pin
N/A
90h[3], 91h[3], 97h[4,0]
91h[3]
N/A
GPIO2 Pin
N/A
90h[2], 91h[2], 92h[5,2]
87h[7], 91h[2]
F7h[7]
GPIO1 Pin
N/A
90h[1], 91h[1] 92h[4,1]
87h[6], 91h[1]
F7h[6]
GPIO0 Pin
N/A
90h[0], 91h[0], 92h[3,0]
87h[5], 91h[0]
F7h[5]
Suspend Modulation OFF/ON
Video Speedup
IRQ Speedup
96h[0]
80h[4]
80h[3]
94h[7:0]/95h[7:0]
8Dh[7:0]
8Ch[7:0]
N/A
A8h[15:0]
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Note: 1. This function is used for Suspend determination.
2. This function is used for SoftVGA, not power management. It is not affected by Global Power Enable.
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PC/AT Compatibility Logic
The CS5530A’s PC/AT compatibility logic provides support
for the standard PC architecture. This subsystem also provides legacy support for existing hardware and software.
Support functions for the GX1 processor provided by these
subsystems include:
• ISA Subtractive Decode
— SMI Generation for NMI
• Keyboard Interface Function
— Fast Keyboard Gate Address 20 and CPU Reset
• External Real-Time Clock Interface
The following subsections give a detailed description for
each of these functions.
• ISA Bus Interface
— Delayed PCI Transactions
— Limited ISA and ISA Master Modes
4.5.1
ISA Subtractive Decode
The CS5530A provides an ISA bus controller. The
CS5530A is the default subtractive-decoding agent, and
forwards all unclaimed memory and I/O cycles to the ISA
interface. For reads and writes in the first 1 MB of memory
(i.e., A23:A20 set to 0), MEMR# or MEMW# respectively
will be asserted. However, the CS5530A can be configured
using F0 Index 04h[1:0] to ignore either I/O, memory, or all
unclaimed cycles (subtractive decode disabled, F0 Index
41h[2:1] = 1x). Table 4-36 shows these programming bits.
• ROM Interface
• Megacells
— Direct Memory Access (DMA)
— Programmable Interval Timer
— Programmable Interrupt Controller
— PCI Compatible Interrupts
• I/O Ports 092h and 061h System Control
— I/O Port 092h System Control
— I/O Port 061h System Control
Table 4-36. Cycle Configuration Bits
Bit
Description
F0 Index 04h-05h
PCI Command Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 000Fh
1
Memory Space: Allow the CS5530A to respond to memory cycles from the PCI bus. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable (Default).
0
I/O Space: Allow the CS5530A to respond to I/O cycles from the PCI bus. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable (Default).
F0 Index 41h
2:1
PCI Function Control Register 2 (R/W)
Reset Value = 10h
Subtractive Decode: These bits determine the point at which the CS5530A accepts cycles that are not claimed by another
device. The CS5530A defaults to taking subtractive decode cycles in the default cycle clock, but can be moved up to the
Slow Decode cycle point if all other PCI devices decode in the fast or medium clocks. Disabling subtractive decode must be
done with care, as all ISA and ROM cycles are decoded subtractively.
00 = Default sample (4th clock from FRAME# active)
01 = Slow sample (3rd clock from FRAME# active)
1x = No subtractive decode
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ISA Bus Interface
The ISA bus controller issues multiple ISA cycles to satisfy
PCI transactions that are larger than 16 bits. A full 32-bit
read or write results in two 16-bit ISA transactions or four 8bit ISA transactions. The ISA controller gathers the data
from multiple ISA read cycles and returns TRDY# only after
all of the data can be presented to the PCI bus at the same
time.
SA[23:0] are a concatenation of ISA LA[23:17] and
SA[19:0] and perform equivalent functionality at a reduced
pin count.
Figure 4-8 shows the relationship between a PCI cycle and
the corresponding ISA cycle generated.
PCI_CLK
ISACLK
FRAME#
IRDY#
TRDY#
STOP#
AD[31:0] (Read)
AD[31:0] (Write)
BALE
IOR#/IOW#
MEMR#/MEMW#
Figure 4-8. Non-Posted PCI-to-ISA Access
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4.5.2.1 Delayed PCI Transactions
If PCI delayed transactions are enabled (F0 Index 42h[5] =
1) multiple PCI cycles occur for every slower ISA cycle. Figure 4-9 shows the relationship of PCI cycles to an ISA
cycle with PCI delayed transactions enabled.
See Section 4.2.6 "Delayed Transactions" on page 54 for
additional information.
REQ#
GNT#
FRAME#
2
1
1
PCI
IRDY#
1
TRDY#
STOP#
1
BALE
ISA
IOR#
3
1 - Delay
2 - IDE bus master - starts and completes
3 - End of ISA cycle
Figure 4-9. PCI to ISA Cycles with Delayed Transaction Enabled
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4.5.2.2 Limited ISA and ISA Master Modes
The CS5530A supports two modes on the ISA interface.
The default mode of the ISA bus is a fully functional ISA
mode, but it does not support ISA masters, as shown in
Figure 4-10 "Limited ISA Mode". When in this mode, the
address and data buses are multiplexed together, requiring
an external latch to latch the lower 16 bits of address of the
ISA cycle. The signal SA_LATCH is generated when the
data on the SA/SD bus is a valid address. Additionally, the
upper four address bits, SA[23:20], are multiplexed on
GPIO[7:4].
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Table 4-37. Signal Assignments
Pin No.
Limited ISA Mode
ISA Master
Mode
AD15
SA_LATCH
SA_DIR
AE25, AD24,
AE22, AE21,
AF21, AC20,
AD19, AF19,
AF4, AF5,
AD5, AF6,
AC6, AD9,
AE6, AE9
SA[15:0]/SD[15:0]
SD[15:0]
H2, K1, K2,
L1, D1, E2,
F1, G1, G3,
G4, G2, H1,
J1, J3, J2, K3
FP_DATA[15:0]
SA[15:0]
H3
FP_DATA[16]
SA_OE#
F3
FP_DATA[17]
MASTER#
E1
FP_HSYNC_OUT
SMEMW#
The mode of operation is selected by the strapping of pin
P26 (INTR):
E3
FP_VSYNC_OUT
SMEMR#
AF3 (Note)
SMEMW#
RTCCS#
• ISA Limited Mode — Strap pin P26 (INTR) low through a
10-kohm resistor.
AD4 (Note)
SMEMR#
RTCALE
AF23, AE23,
AC21, AD22
GPIO[7:4]
SA[23:20]
SA[23:20]
The second mode of the ISA interface supports ISA bus
masters, as shown in Figure 4-11. When the CS5530A is
placed in the ISA Master mode, a large number of pins are
redefined as shown in Table 4-37.
In this mode of operation, the CS5530A cannot support
TFT flat panels or TV controllers, since most of the signals
used to support these functions have been redefined. This
mode is required if ISA slots or ISA masters are used. ISA
master cycles are only passed to the PCI bus if they
access memory. I/O accesses are left to complete on the
ISA bus.
• ISA Master Mode — Strap pin P26 (INTR) high through
a 10-kohm resistor.
F0 Index 44h[7] (bit details on page 158) reports the strap
value of the INTR pin (pin P26) during POR: 0 = ISA Limited; 1 = ISA Master.
Note:
If Limited ISA Mode of operation has been
selected, SMEMW# and SMEMR# can be output
on these pins by programming F0 Index 53[2] = 0
(bit details on page 159).
This bit can be written after POR# deassertion to change
the ISA mode selected. Writing to this bit is not recommended due to the actual strapping done on the board.
ISA memory and ISA refresh cycles are not supported by
the CS5530A, although, the refresh toggle bit in I/O Port
061h still exists for software compatibility reasons.
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ISA Device
SD[15:0]
1
GPIO[7:4]/SA[23:20]
SA[23:20]
SA[19:16]
SA[19:16]
SA[15:0]/SD[15:0]
D
INTR
10K
3
SA_LATCH/SA_DIR
Q
SA[15:0]
74F373x2
G
OC
Notes:
1. F0 Index 43h[2] controls GPIO[7:4]/SA[23:20].
2. These signals are: MEMW#, MEMR#, IOR#, IOW#, TC, AEN, DREQ[7:5, 3:0], DACK[7:5, 3:0]#, MEMCS16#, ZEROWS#,
SBHE#, IOCS16#, IOCHRDY, ISACLK.
3. This resistor is used at boot time to determine the mode of the ISA bus.
Figure 4-10. Limited ISA Mode
ISA Control2
FP_VSYNC_OUT/SMEMR#
SMEMR#
FP_HSYNC_OUT/SMEMW#
SMEMW#
3.3V/5V
330Ω
FP_DATA17/MASTER#
MASTER#
1GPIO[7:4]/SA[23:20]
SA[23:20]
SA[19:16]
SA[19:16]
FP_DATA[15:0]/SA[15:0]
SA[15:0]
5.0V
Geode™
CS5530A
INTR
10K3
SA[15:0]_SD[15:0]/SD[15:0]
ISA Master
SD[15:0]
Notes:
1. When strapped for ISA Master mode, GPIO[7:4]/SA[23:20] are set to SA[23:20] and the settings in F0 Index 43h[2] are invalid.
2. These signals are: MEMW#, MEMR#, IOR#, IOW#, TC, AEN, DREQ[7:5, 3:0], DACK[7:5, 3:0]#, MEMCS16#, ZEROWS#,
SBHE#, IOCS16#, IOCHRDY, ISACLK.
3. This resistor is used at boot time to determine the mode of the ISA bus.
Figure 4-11. ISA Master Mode
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4.5.2.3 ISA Bus Data Steering
The CS5530A performs all of the required data steering
from SD[7:0] to SD[15:0] during normal 8-bit ISA cycles, as
well as during DMA and ISA master cycles. It handles data
transfers between the 32-bit PCI data bus and the ISA bus.
8/16-bit devices can reside on the ISA bus. Various PCcompatible I/O registers, DMA controller registers, interrupt
controller registers, and count registers (for loading timers)
lie on the on-chip I/O data bus. Either the PCI bus master
or the DMA controllers can become the bus owner.
When the PCI bus master is the bus owner, the CS5530A
data steering logic provides data conversion necessary for
8/16/32-bit transfers to and from 8/16-bit devices on either
the ISA bus or the 8-bit registers on the on-chip I/O data
bus. When PCI data bus drivers of the CS5530A are
tristated, data transfers between the PCI bus master and
PCI bus devices are handled directly via the PCI data bus.
When the DMA requestor is the bus owner, the CS5530A
allows 8/16-bit data transfer between the ISA bus and the
PCI data bus.
4.5.2.4 I/O Recovery Delays
In normal operation, the CS5530A inserts a delay between
back-to-back ISA I/O cycles that originate on the PCI bus.
The default delay is four ISACLK cycles. Thus, the second
of consecutive I/O cycles is held in the ISA bus controller
until this delay count has expired. The delay is measured
between the rising edge of IOR#/IOW# and the falling edge
of BALE. This delay can be adjusted to a greater delay
through the ISA I/O Recovery Control Register (F0 Index
51h, see Table 4-38).
Note:
This delay is not inserted for a 16-bit ISA I/O
access that is split into two 8-bit I/O accesses.
Table 4-38. I/O Recovery Programming Register
Bit
Description
F0 Index 51h
7:4
0100 = 5 ISA clocks
0101 = 6 ISA clocks
0110 = 7 ISA clocks
0111 = 8 ISA clocks
1000 = 9 ISA clocks
1001 = 10 ISA clocks
1010 = 11 ISA clocks
1011 = 12 ISA clocks
1100 = 13 ISA clocks
1101 = 14 ISA clocks
1110 = 15 ISA clocks
1111 = 16 ISA clocks
16-Bit I/O Recovery: These bits determine the number of ISA bus clocks between back-to-back 16-bit I/O cycles. This
count is in addition to a preset one-clock delay built into the controller.
0000 = 1 ISA clock
0001 = 2 ISA clocks
0010 = 3 ISA clocks
0011 = 4 ISA clocks
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8-Bit I/O Recovery: These bits determine the number of ISA bus clocks between back-to-back 8-bit I/O read cycles. This
count is in addition to a preset one-clock delay built into the controller.
0000 = 1 ISA clock
0001 = 2 ISA clocks
0010 = 3 ISA clocks
0011 = 4 ISA clocks
3:0
ISA I/O Recovery Control Register (R/W)
0100 = 5 ISA clocks
0101 = 6 ISA clocks
0110 = 7 ISA clocks
0111 = 8 ISA clocks
1000 = 9 ISA clocks
1001 = 10 ISA clocks
1010 = 11 ISA clocks
1011 = 12 ISA clocks
1100 = 13 ISA clocks
1101 = 14 ISA clocks
1110 = 15 ISA clocks
1111 = 16 ISA clocks
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4.5.2.5 ISA DMA
DMA transfers occur between ISA I/O peripherals and system memory. The data width can be either 8 or 16 bits. Out
of the seven DMA channels available, four are used for 8bit transfers while the remaining three are used for 16-bit
transfers. One BYTE or WORD is transferred in each DMA
cycle.
Note:
The CS5530A does not support DMA transfers to
ISA memory.
The ISA DMA device initiates a DMA request by asserting
one of the DRQ[7:5, 3:0] signals. When the CS5530A
receives this request, it sends a bus grant request to the
PCI arbiter. After the PCI bus has been granted, the
respective DACK# is driven active.
The CS5530A generates PCI memory read or write cycles
in response to a DMA cycle. Figures 4-12 and 4-13 are
examples of DMA memory read and memory write cycles.
Upon detection of the DMA controller’s MEMR# or MEMW#
active, the CS5530A starts the PCI cycle, asserts
FRAME#, and negates an internal IOCHRDY. This assures
the DMA cycle does not complete before the PCI cycle has
provided or accepted the data. IOCHRDY is internally
asserted when IRDY# and TRDY# are sampled active.
PCICLK
ISACLK
MEMR#
IOW#
SD[15:0]
IOCHRDY
FRAME#
AD[31:0]
IRDY#
TRDY#
Figure 4-12. ISA DMA Read from PCI Memory
PCICLK
ISACLK
MEMW#
IOR#
SD[15:0]
IOCHRDY
FRAME#
AD[31:0]
IRDY#
TRDY#
Figure 4-13. ISA DMA Write To PCI Memory
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ROM Interface
4.5.4
The CS5530A positively decodes memory addresses
000F0000h-000FFFFFh (64 KB) and FFFC0000hFFFFFFFFh (256 KB) at reset. These memory cycles
cause the CS5530A to claim the cycle, and generate an
ISA bus memory cycle with KBROMCS# asserted. The
CS5530A can also be configured to respond to memory
addresses FF000000h-FFFFFFFFh (16 MB) and
000E0000h-000FFFFFh (128 KB).
Flash ROM is supported in the CS5530A by enabling the
KBROMCS# signal on write accesses to the ROM region.
Normally only read cycles are passed to the ISA bus, and
the KBROMCS# signal is suppressed. When the ROM
Write Enable bit (F0 Index 52h[1]) is set, a write access to
the ROM address region causes an 8-bit write cycle to
occur with MEMW# and KBROMCS# asserted. Table 4-39
shows the ROM interface related programming bits.
Megacells
The CS5530A core logic integrates:
• Two 8237-equivalent DMA controllers (DMAC) with full
32-bit addressing for DMA transfers.
• Two 8259-equivalent interrupt controllers providing 13
individually programmable external interrupts.
• An 8254-equivalent timer for refresh, timer, and speaker
logic.
• NMI control and generation for PCI system errors and all
parity errors.
• Support for standard AT keyboard controllers, reset
control, and VSA technology audio.
Table 4-39. ROM Interface Related Bits
Bit
Description
F0 Index 52h
2
ROM/AT Logic Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = F8h
Upper ROM Address Range: KBROMCS# is asserted for ISA memory read accesses.
0 = FFFC0000h-FFFFFFFFh (256 KB, Default); 1 = FF000000h-FFFFFFFFh (16 MB)
Note: PCI Positive decoding for the ROM space is enabled at F0 Index 5Bh[5]).
1
ROM Write Enable: Assert KBROMCS# during writes to configured ROM space (configured in bits 2 and 0),
allowing Flash programming. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
0
Lower ROM Address Range: KBROMCS# is asserted for ISA memory read accesses.
0 = 000F0000h-000FFFFFh (64 KB, Default); 1 = 000E0000h-000FFFFFh (128 KB).
Note: PCI Positive decoding for the ROM space is enabled at F0 Index 5Bh[5]).
F0 Index 5Bh
5
Decode Control Register 2 (R/W)
Reset Value = 20h
BIOS ROM Positive Decode: Selects PCI positive or subtractive decoding for accesses to the configured ROM space.
0 = Subtractive; 1 = Positive.
ROM configuration is at F0 Index 52h[2:0].
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4.5.4.1 Direct Memory Access (DMA)
The 8237-compatible DMA controllers in the CS5530A
control transfers between ISA I/O devices and system
memory. They generate a bus request to the PCI bus when
an I/O device requests a DMA operation. Once they are
granted the bus, the DMA transfer cycle occurs. DMA
transfers can occur over the entire 32-bit address range of
the PCI bus. Software DMA is not supported.
The CS5530A contains registers for driving the high
address bits (high page) and registers for generating the
middle address bits (low page) output by the 8237 controller.
DMA Controllers
The CS5530A supports seven DMA channels using two
standard 8237-equivalent controllers. DMA Controller 1
contains Channels 0 through 3 and supports 8-bit I/O
adapters. These channels are used to transfer data
between 8-bit peripherals and PCI memory or 8/16-bit ISA
memory. Using the high and low page address registers, a
full 32-bit PCI address is output for each channel so they
can all transfer data throughout the entire 4 GB system
address space. Each channel can transfer data in 64 KB
pages.
DMA Controller 2 contains Channels 4 through 7. Channel
4 is used to cascade DMA Controller 1, so it is not available
externally. Channels 5 through 7 support 16-bit I/O adapters to transfer data between 16-bit I/O adapters and 16-bit
system memory. Using the high and low page address registers, a full 32-bit PCI address is output for each channel
so they can all transfer data throughout the entire 4 GB
system address space. Each channel can transfer data in
128 KB pages. Channels 5, 6, and 7 transfer 16-bit
WORDs on even byte boundaries only.
DMA Transfer Modes
Each DMA channel can be programmed for single, block,
demand or cascade transfer modes. In the most commonly
used mode, single transfer mode, one DMA cycle occurs
per DRQ and the PCI bus is released after every cycle.
This allows the CS5530A to timeshare the PCI bus with the
CPU. This is imperative, especially in cases involving large
data transfers, so that the CPU does not get locked out for
too long.
In block transfer mode, the DMA controller executes all of
its transfers consecutively without releasing the PCI bus.
In demand transfer mode, DMA transfer cycles continue to
occur as long as DRQ is high or terminal count is not
reached. In this mode, the DMA controller continues to execute transfer cycles until the I/O device drops DRQ to indicate its inability to continue providing data. For this case,
the PCI bus is held by the CS5530A until a break in the
transfers occurs.
In cascade mode, the channel is connected to another
DMA controller or to an ISA bus master, rather than to an I/
O device. In the CS5530A, one of the 8237 controllers is
designated as the master and the other as the slave. The
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tied to the slave’s HLDA input.
In each of these modes, the DMA controller can be programmed for read, write, or verify transfers.
Both DMA controllers are reset at Power On Reset (POR)
to fixed priority. Since master Channel 0 is actually connected to the slave DMA controller, the slave’s four DMA
channels have the highest priority, with Channel 0 as highest and Channel 3 as the lowest. Immediately following
slave Channel 3, master Channel 1 (Channel 5) is the next
highest, followed by Channels 6 and 7.
DMA Controller Registers
The DMA controller can be programmed with standard I/O
cycles to the standard register space for DMA. The I/O
addresses of all registers for the DMA controller are listed
in Table 5-27 "DMA Channel Control Registers" on page
215.
Addresses under Master are for the 16-bit DMA channels,
and Slave corresponds to the 8-bit channels. When writing
to a channel's address or word-count register, the data is
written into both the base register and the current register
simultaneously. When reading a channel address or word
count register, only the current address or word count can
be read. The base address and base word count are not
accessible for reading.
DMA Transfer Types
Each of the seven DMA channels may be programmed to
perform one of three types of transfers: read, write, or verify. The transfer type selected defines the method used to
transfer a BYTE or WORD during one DMA bus cycle.
For read transfer types, the CS5530A reads data from
memory and writes it to the I/O device associated with the
DMA channel.
For write transfer types, the CS5530A reads data from the
I/O device associated with the DMA channel and writes to
the memory.
The verify transfer type causes the CS5530A to execute
DMA transfer bus cycles, including generation of memory
addresses, but neither the Read nor Write command lines
are activated. This transfer type was used by DMA Channel
0 to implement DRAM refresh in the original IBM PC/XT.
DMA Priority
The DMA controller may be programmed for two types of
priority schemes: fixed and rotate (I/O Ports 008h[4] and
0D0h[4]), as shown in Table 5-27 "DMA Channel Control
Registers" on page 215.
In fixed priority, the channels are fixed in priority order
based on the descending values of their numbers. Thus,
Channel 0 has the highest priority. In rotate priority, the last
channel to get service becomes the lowest-priority channel
with the priority of the others rotating accordingly. This prevents a channel from dominating the system.
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The address and word count registers for each channel are
16-bit registers. The value on the data bus is written into
the upper byte or lower byte, depending on the state of the
internal addressing byte pointer. This pointer can be
cleared by the Clear Byte Pointer command. After this command, the first read/write to an address or word count register will read/write to the low byte of the 16-bit register and
the byte pointer will point to the high byte. The next read/
write to an address or word-count register will read or write
to the high byte of the 16-bit register and the byte pointer
will point back to the low byte.
When programming the 16-bit channels (Channels 5, 6,
and 7), the address which is written to the base address
register must be the real address divided by two. Also, the
base word count for the 16-bit channels is the number of
16-bit WORDs to be transferred, not the number of bytes
as is the case for the 8-bit channels.
The DMA controller allows the user to program the active
level (low or high) of the DRQ and DACK# signals. Since
the two controllers are cascaded together internally on the
chip, these signals should always be programmed with the
DRQ signal active high and the DACK# signal active low.
DMA Shadow Registers
The CS5530A contains a shadow register located at F0
Index B8h (Table 4-40) for reading the configuration of the
DMA controllers. This read-only register can sequence to
read through all of the DMA registers.
DMA Addressing Capability
DMA transfers occur over the entire 32-bit address range of
the PCI bus. This is accomplished by using the DMA controller’s 16-bit memory address registers in conjunction
with an 8-bit DMA Low Page register and an 8-bit DMA
High Page register. These registers, associated with each
channel, provide the 32-bit memory address capability. A
write to the Low Page register clears the High Page register, for backward compatibility with the PC/AT standard.
The starting address for the DMA transfer must be programmed into the DMA controller registers and the chan-
nel’s respective Low and High Page registers prior to
beginning the DMA transfer.
DMA Page Registers and Extended Addressing
The DMA Page registers provide the upper address bits
during DMA cycles. DMA addresses do not increment or
decrement across page boundaries. Page boundaries for
the 8-bit channels (Channels 0 through 3) are every 64 KB
and page boundaries for the 16-bit channels (Channels 5,
6, and 7) are every 128 KB.
Before any DMA operations are performed, the Page Registers must be written at the I/O Port addresses shown in
Table 5-28 "DMA Page Registers" on page 218 to select
the correct page for each DMA channel. The other address
locations between 080h and 08Fh and 480h and 48Fh are
not used by the DMA channels, but can be read or written
by a PCI bus master. These registers are reset to zero at
POR. A write to the Low Page register clears the High
Page register, for backward compatibility with the PC/AT
standard.
For most DMA transfers, the High Page register is set to
zeros and is driven onto PCI address bits AD[31:24] during
DMA cycles. This mode is backward compatible with the
PC/AT standard. For DMA extended transfers, the High
Page register is programmed and the values are driven
onto the PCI addresses AD[31:24] during DMA cycles to
allow access to the full 4 GB PCI address space.
DMA Address Generation
The DMA addresses are formed such that there is an
upper address, a middle address, and a lower address portion.
The upper address portion, which selects a specific page,
is generated by the Page registers. The Page registers for
each channel must be set up by the system before a DMA
operation. The DMA Page register values are driven on
PCI address bits AD[31:16] for 8-bit channels and
AD[31:17] for 16-bit channels.
Table 4-40. DMA Shadow Register
Bit
Description
F0 Index B8h
7:0
DMA Shadow Register (RO)
Reset Value = xxh
DMA Shadow (Read Only): This 8-bit port sequences through the following list of shadowed DMA Controller registers. At
power on, a pointer starts at the first register in the list and consecutively reads incrementally through it. A write to this register resets the read sequence to the first register. Each shadow register in the sequence contains the last data written to
that location.
The read sequence for this register is:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
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DMA Channel 1 Mode Register
DMA Channel 2 Mode Register
DMA Channel 3 Mode Register
DMA Channel 4 Mode Register
DMA Channel 5 Mode Register
DMA Channel 6 Mode Register
DMA Channel 7 Mode Register
DMA Channel Mask Register (bit 0 is channel 0 mask, etc.)
DMA Busy Register (bit 0 or 1 means a DMA occurred within last 1 ms, all other bits are 0)
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The middle address portion, which selects a block within
the page, is generated by the DMA controller at the beginning of a DMA operation and any time the DMA address
increments or decrements through a block boundary. Block
sizes are 256 bytes for 8-bit channels (Channels 0 through
3) and 512 bytes for 16-bit channels (Channels 5, 6, and
7). The middle address bits are driven on PCI address bits
AD[15:8] for 8-bit channels and AD[16:9] for 16-bit channels.
The lower address portion is generated directly by the DMA
controller during DMA operations. The lower address bits
are output on PCI address bits AD[7:0] for 8-bit channels
and AD[8:1] for 16-bit channels.
SBHE# is configured as an output during all DMA operations. It is driven as the inversion of AD0 during 8-bit DMA
cycles and forced low for all 16-bit DMA cycles.
4.5.4.2 Programmable Interval Timer
The CS5530A contains an 8254-equivalent Programmable
Interval Timer (PIT) configured as shown in Figure 4-14.
The PIT has three timers/counters, each with an input frequency of 1.19318 MHz (OSC divided by 12), and individually programmable to different modes.
The gates of Counter 0 and 1 are usually enabled, however, they can be controlled via F0 Index 50h (see Table 441). The gate of Counter 2 is connected to I/O Port 061h[0].
The output of Counter 0 is connected internally to IRQ0.
This timer is typically configured in Mode 3 (square wave
output), and used to generate IRQ0 at a periodic rate to be
used as a system timer function. The output of Counter 1 is
connected to I/O Port 061h[4]. The reset state of I/O Port
061h[4] is 0 and every falling edge of Counter 1 output
causes I/O Port 061h[4] to flip states. The output of
Counter 2 is brought out to the PC_BEEP output. This output is gated with I/O Port 061h[1].
Table 4-41. PIT Control and I/O Port 061h Associated Register Bits
Bit
Description
F0 Index 50h
PIT Control/ISA CLK Divider (R/W)
Reset Value = 7Bh
7
PIT Software Reset: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
6
PIT Counter 1: 0 = Forces Counter 1 output (OUT1) to zero; 1 = Allows Counter 1 output (OUT1) to pass to I/O
Port 061h[4].
5
PIT Counter 1 Enable: 0 = Sets GATE1 input low; 1 = Sets GATE1 input high.
4
PIT Counter 0: 0 = Forces Counter 0 output (OUT0) to zero; 1 = Allows Counter 0 output (OUT0) to pass to IRQ0.
3
PIT Counter 0 Enable: 0 = Sets GATE0 input low; 1 = Sets GATE0 input high.
I/O Port 061h
5
Port B Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00x01100b
PIT OUT2 State (Read Only): This bit reflects the current status of the PIT Counter 2 (OUT2).
4
Toggle (Read Only): This bit toggles on every falling edge of Counter 1 (OUT1).
1
PIT Counter2 (SPKR): 0 = Forces Counter 2 output (OUT2) to zero; 1 = Allows Counter 2 output (OUT2) to pass to the
speaker.
0
PIT Counter2 Enable: 0 = Sets GATE2 input low; 1 = Sets GATE2 input high.
CLK0
1.19318 MHz
OUT0
CLK1
CLK2
F0 Index 50h[3]
GATE0
F0 Index 50h[5]
GATE1
I/O Port 061h[0]
GATE2
A[1:0]
IRQ0
F0 Index 50h[4]
OUT1
I/O Port 061h[4]
F0 Index 50h[6]
OUT2
PC_BEEP
I/O Port 061h[1]
XD[7:0]
IOW#
WR#
IOR#
RD#
Figure 4-14. PIT Timer
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The PIT registers are summarized and bit formats are in
Table 5-29 "Programmable Interval Timer Registers" on
page 219.
8254 Timer 0
PIT Shadow Register
The PIT registers are shadowed to allow for Save-to-Disk/
RAM to save/restore the PIT state by reading the PIT’s
counter and write-only registers. The read sequence for the
shadow register is listed in F0 Index BAh, Table 4-42.
4.5.4.3 Programmable Interrupt Controller
The CS5530A includes an AT-compatible Programmable
Interrupt Controller (PIC) configuration with two 8259equivalent interrupt controllers in a master/slave configuration (Figure 4-15). These PIC devices support all x86
modes of operation except Special Fully Nested Mode.
RTC_IRQ#
Coprocessor
IRQ0
IRQ1
IRQ2
IRQ3
IRQ4
IRQ5
IRQ6
IRQ7
IRQ8
IRQ9
IRQ10
IRQ11
IRQ12
IRQ13
IRQ14
IRQ15
IR0
IR1
IR2
IR3
IR4
IR5
IR6
IR7
IR0
IR1
IR2
IR3
IR4
IR5
IR6
IR7
INTR
INTR
Figure 4-15. PIC Interrupt Controllers
Table 4-42. PIT Shadow Register
Bit
Description
F0 Index BAh
7:0
PIT Shadow Register (RO)
Reset Value = xxh
PIT Shadow (Read Only): This 8-bit port sequences through the following list of shadowed Programmable Interval Timer
registers. At power on, a pointer starts at the first register in the list and consecutively reads to increment through it. A write
to this register resets the read sequence to the first register. Each shadow register in the sequence contains the last data
written to that location.
The read sequence for this register is:
1. Counter 0 LSB (least significant byte)
2. Counter 0 MSB
3. Counter 1 LSB
4. Counter 1 MSB
5. Counter 2 LSB
6. Counter 2 MSB
7. Counter 0 Command Word
8. Counter 1 Command Word
9. Counter 2 Command Word
Note: The LSB/MSB of the count is the Counter base value, not the current value.
Bits [7:6] of the command words are not used.
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Of the 16 IRQs, four are mapped as shown in Table 4-43,
leaving 12 external interrupts. The two controllers are cascaded through IRQ2. The internal 8254 PIT connects to
IRQ0. The real-time clock interface chip (see Figure 4-18
"External RTC Interface" on page 109) and the external
coprocessor interface (see Figure 4-1 "Processor Signal
Connections" on page 48) connect to IRQ8# and IRQ13
respectively.
Table 4-43. PIC Interrupt Mapping
Master IRQ#
Mapping
IRQ0
Connected to the OUT0 (system timer) of
the internal 8254 PIT.
IRQ2
Connected to the slave’s INTR for a
cascaded configuration.
IRQ8#
Connected to external real-time clock.
IRQ13
Connected to the coprocessor interface.
IRQ[15:14, 12:9,
7:3, 1]
External interrupts.
The CS5530A allows the PCI interrupt signals INTA#INTD# (also known in industry terms as PIRQx#) to be
routed internally to any IRQ signal. The routing can be
modified through the CS5530A’s configuration registers. If
this is done, the IRQ input must be configured to be levelrather than edge-sensitive. IRQ inputs may be individually
programmed to be active low, level-sensitive with the Interrupt Sensitivity configuration registers at I/O address space
4D0h and 4D1h. PCI interrupt configuration is discussed in
further detail in Section 4.5.4.4 "PCI Compatible Interrupts"
on page 103.
PIC Interrupt Sequence
A typical AT-compatible interrupt sequence is as follows.
Any unmasked interrupt generates the INTR signal to the
CPU. The interrupt controller then responds to the interrupt
acknowledge (INTA) cycles from the CPU. On the first INTA
cycle the cascading priority is resolved to determine which
of the two 8259 controllers output the interrupt vector onto
the data bus. On the second INTA cycle the appropriate
8259 controller drives the data bus with the correct interrupt vector for the highest priority interrupt.
By default, the CS5530A responds to PCI INTA cycles
because the system interrupt controller is located within the
CS5530A. This may be disabled with F0 Index 40h[7] (see
Table 4-44). When the CS5530A responds to a PCI INTA
cycle, it holds the PCI bus and internally generates the two
INTA cycles to obtain the correct interrupt vector. It then
asserts TRDY# and returns the interrupt vector.
PIC I/O Registers
Each PIC contains registers located in the standard I/O
address locations, as shown in Table 5-30 "Programmable
Interrupt Controller Registers" on page 220.
An initialization sequence must be followed to program the
interrupt controllers. The sequence is started by writing Initialization Command Word 1 (ICW1). After ICW1 has been
written, the controller expects the next writes to follow in
the sequence ICW2, ICW3, and ICW4 if it is needed. The
Operation Control Words (OCW) can be written after initialization. The PIC must be programmed before operation
begins.
Since the controllers are operating in cascade mode, ICW3
of the master controller should be programmed with a
value indicating that IRQ2 input of the master interrupt controller is connected to the slave interrupt controller rather
than an I/O device as part of the system initialization code.
In addition, ICW3 of the slave interrupt controller should be
programmed with the value 02h (slave ID) and corresponds
to the input on the master controller.
Table 4-44. PCI INTA Cycle Disable/Enable Bit
Bit
Description
F0 Index 40h
7
PCI Function Control Register 1 (R/W)
Reset Value = 89h
PCI Interrupt Acknowledge Cycle Response: Allow the CS5530A responds to PCI interrupt acknowledge cycles.
0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
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PIC Shadow Register
The PIC registers are shadowed to allow for Save-to-Disk/
RAM to save/restore the PIC state by reading the PIC’s
write-only registers. A write to this register resets the read
sequence to the first register. The read sequence for the
shadow register is listed in F0 Index B9h (Table 4-45).
Table 4-45. PIC Shadow Register
Bit
Description
F0 Index B9h
7:0
PIC Shadow Register (RO)
Reset Value = xxh
PIC Shadow (Read Only): This 8-bit port sequences through the following list of shadowed Programmable Interrupt Controller registers. At power on, a pointer starts at the first register in the list and consecutively reads incrementally through it.
A write to this register resets the read sequence to the first register. Each shadow register in the sequence contains the last
data written to that location.
The read sequence for this register is:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
PIC1 ICW1
PIC1 ICW2
PIC1 ICW3
PIC1 ICW4 - Bits [7:5] of ICW4 are always 0
PIC1 OCW2 - Bits [6:3] of OCW2 are always 0 (Note)
PIC1 OCW3 - Bits [7, 4] are 0 and bit [6, 3] are 1
PIC2 ICW1
PIC2 ICW2
PIC2 ICW3
PIC2 ICW4 - Bits [7:5] of ICW4 are always 0
PIC2 OCW2 - Bits [6:3] of OCW2 are always 0 (Note)
PIC2 OCW3 - Bits [7, 4] are 0 and bit [6, 3] are 1
Note: To restore OCW2 to shadow register value, write the appropriate address twice. First with the shadow register value,
then with the shadow register value ORed with C0h.
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4.5.4.4 PCI Compatible Interrupts
The CS5530A allows the PCI interrupt signals INTA#,
INTB#, INTC#, and INTD# (also known in industry terms as
PIRQx#) to be mapped internally to any IRQ signal with the
PCI Interrupt Steering Registers 1 and 2, F0 Index 5Ch and
5Dh (Table 4-46). This reassignment does not disable the
corresponding IRQ pin. Two interrupt signals may not be
assigned to the same IRQ.
IRQ[15:14,12:9,7:3,1]
PCI INTA#-INTD#
Steering Registers
F0 Index 5Ch,5Dh
12
4
PCI interrupts are low-level sensitive, whereas PC/AT interrupts are positive-edge sensitive; therefore, the PCI interrupts are inverted before being connected to the 8259.
Although the controllers default to the PC/AT-compatible
mode (positive-edge sensitive), each IRQ may be individually programmed to be edge or level sensitive using the
Interrupt Edge/Level Sensitivity registers in I/O Port 4D0h
and 4D1h, as shown in Table 4-47. However, if the controllers are programmed to be level-sensitive via ICW1, all
interrupts must be level-sensitive. Figure 4-16 shows the
PCI interrupt mapping for the master/slave 8259 interrupt
controller.
IRQ[13,8,0]
Level/Edge
Sensitivity
12
3
4D0h/4D1h
ICW1
16
IRQ3
IRQ4
MASTER/SLAVE
8259 PIC
1
IRQ15
INTR
Figure 4-16. PCI and IRQ Interrupt Mapping
Table 4-46. PCI Interrupt Steering Registers
Bit
Description
F0 Index 5Ch
7:4
Reset Value = 00h
INTB# Target Interrupt: Selects target interrupt for INTB#.
0000 = Disable
0001 = IRQ1
0010 = RSVD
0011 = IRQ3
3:0
PCI Interrupt Steering Register 1 (R/W)
0100 = IRQ4
0101 = IRQ5
0110 = IRQ6
0111 = IRQ7
1000 = RSVD
1001 = IRQ9
1010 = IRQ10
1011 = IRQ11
1100 = IRQ12
1101 = RSVD
1110 = IRQ14
1111 = IRQ15
INTA# Target Interrupt: Selects target interrupt for INTA#.
0000 = Disable
0001 = IRQ1
0010 = RSVD
0011 = IRQ3
0100 = IRQ4
0101 = IRQ5
0110 = IRQ6
0111 = IRQ7
1000 = RSVD
1001 = IRQ9
1010 = IRQ10
1011 = IRQ11
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1100 = IRQ12
1101 = RSVD
1110 = IRQ14
1111 = IRQ15
Note: The target interrupt must first be configured as level sensitive via I/O Port 4D0h and 4D1h in order to maintain PCI interrupt
compatibility.
F0 Index 5Dh
7:4
Reset Value = 00h
INTD# Target Interrupt: Selects target interrupt for INTD#.
0000 = Disable
0001 = IRQ1
0010 = RSVD
0011 = IRQ3
3:0
PCI Interrupt Steering Register 2 (R/W)
0100 = IRQ4
0101 = IRQ5
0110 = IRQ6
0111 = IRQ7
1000 = RSVD
1001 = IRQ9
1010 = IRQ10
1011 = IRQ11
1100 = IRQ12
1101 = RSVD
1110 = IRQ14
1111 = IRQ15
1000 = RSVD
1001 = IRQ9
1010 = IRQ10
1011 = IRQ11
1100 = IRQ12
1101 = RSVD
1110 = IRQ14
1111 = IRQ15
INTC# Target Interrupt: Selects target interrupt for INTC#.
0000 = Disable
0001 = IRQ1
0010 = RSVD
0011 = IRQ3
0100 = IRQ4
0101 = IRQ5
0110 = IRQ6
0111 = IRQ7
Note: The target interrupt must first be configured as level sensitive via I/O Port 4D0h and 4D1h in order to maintain PCI interrupt
compatibility.
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Table 4-47. Interrupt Edge/Level Select Registers
Bit
Description
I/O Port 4D0h
Interrupt Edge/Level Select Register 1 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
7
IRQ7 Edge or Level Select: Selects PIC IRQ7 sensitivity configuration. 0 = Edge; 1 = Level. (Notes 1 and 2)
6
IRQ6 Edge or Level Select: Selects PIC IRQ6 sensitivity configuration. 0 = Edge; 1 = Level. (Notes 1 and 2)
5
IRQ5 Edge or Level Select: Selects PIC IRQ5 sensitivity configuration. 0 = Edge; 1 = Level. (Notes 1 and 2)
4
IRQ4 Edge or Level Select: Selects PIC IRQ4 sensitivity configuration. 0 = Edge; 1 = Level. (Notes 1 and 2)
3
IRQ3 Edge or Level Select: Selects PIC IRQ3 sensitivity configuration. 0 = Edge; 1 = Level. (Notes 1 and 2)
2
Reserved: Set to 0.
1
IRQ1 Edge or Level Select: Selects PIC IRQ1 sensitivity configuration. 0 = Edge; 1 = Level. (Notes 1 and 2)
0
Reserved: Set to 0.
Notes: 1. If ICW1 - bit 3 in the PIC is set as level, it overrides this setting.
2. This bit is provided to configure a PCI interrupt mapped to IRQ[x] on the PIC as level-sensitive (shared).
I/O Port 4D1h
7
Interrupt Edge/Level Select Register 2 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
IRQ15 Edge or Level Select: Selects PIC IRQ15 sensitivity configuration. 0 = Edge; 1 = Level. (Notes 1 and 2)
6
IRQ14 Edge or Level Select: Selects PIC IRQ14 sensitivity configuration. 0 = Edge; 1 = Level. (Notes 1 and 2)
5
Reserved: Set to 0.
4
IRQ12 Edge or Level Select: Selects PIC IRQ12 sensitivity configuration. 0 = Edge; 1 = Level. (Notes 1 and 2)
3
IRQ11 Edge or Level Select: Selects PIC IRQ11 sensitivity configuration. 0 = Edge; 1 = Level. (Notes 1 and 2)
2
IRQ10 Edge or Level Select: Selects PIC IRQ10 sensitivity configuration. 0 = Edge; 1 = Level. (Notes 1 and 2)
1
IRQ9 Edge or Level Select: Selects PIC IRQ9 sensitivity configuration. 0 = Edge; 1 = Level. (Notes 1 and 2)
0
Reserved: Set to 0.
Notes: 1. If ICW1 - bit 3 in the PIC is set as level, it overrides this setting.
2. This bit is provided to configure a PCI interrupt mapped to IRQ[x] on the PIC as level-sensitive (shared).
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I/O Ports 092h and 061h System Control
The CS5530A supports control functions of I/O Ports 092h
(Port A) and 061h (Port B) for PS/2 compatibility. I/O Port
092h allows a fast assertion of the A20M# or CPU_RST. I/
O Port 061h controls NMI generation and reports system
status. Table 4-48 shows these register bit formats.
The CS5530A does not use a pin to control A20 Mask
when used together with a GX1 processor. Instead, it generates an SMI for every internal change of the A20M# state
and the SMI handler sets the A20M# state inside the CPU.
This method is used for both the Port 092h (PS/2) and Port
061h (keyboard) methods of controlling A20M#.
Table 4-48. I/O Ports 061h and 092h
Bit
Description
I/O Port 061h
7
Port B Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00x01100b
PERR#/SERR# Status (Read Only): Was a PCI bus error (PERR#/SERR#) asserted by a PCI device or by the CS5530A?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This bit can only be set if ERR_EN (bit 2) is set 0. This bit is set 0 after a write to ERR_EN with a 1 or after reset.
6
IOCHK# Status (Read Only): Is an I/O device reporting an error to the CS5530A? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
5
PIT OUT2 State (Read Only): This bit reflects the current status of the PIT Counter 2 (OUT2).
4
Toggle (Read Only): This bit toggles on every falling edge of Counter 1 (OUT1).
3
IOCHK Enable:
This bit can only be set if IOCHK_EN (bit 3) is set 0. This bit is set 0 after a write to IOCHK_EN with a 1 or after reset.
0 = Generates an NMI if IOCHK# is driven low by an I/O device to report an error. Note that NMI is under SMI control.
1 = Ignores the IOCHK# input signal and does not generate NMI.
2
PERR#/SERR# Enable: Generates an NMI if PERR#/SERR# is driven active to report an error.
0 = Enable; 1 = Disable
1
PIT Counter2 (SPKR): 0 = Forces Counter 2 output (OUT2) to zero; 1 = Allows Counter 2 output (OUT2) to pass to the
speaker.
0
PIT Counter2 Enable: 0 = Sets GATE2 input low; 1 = Sets GATE2 input high.
I/O Port 092h
7:2
Port A Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 02h
Reserved: Set to 0.
1
A20M# SMI Assertion: Assert A20M#. 0 = Enable mask; 1 = Disable mask.
0
Fast CPU Reset: WM_RST SMI is asserted to the BIOS. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
This bit must be cleared before the generation of another reset.
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4.5.5.1 I/O Port 092h System Control
I/O Port 092h allows for a fast keyboard assertion of an
A20# SMI and a fast keyboard CPU reset. Decoding for this
register may be disabled via F0 Index 52h[3] (Table 4-49).
The assertion of a fast keyboard A20# SMI is controlled by
either I/O Port 092h or by monitoring for the keyboard command sequence (see Section 4.5.6.1 "Fast Keyboard Gate
Address 20 and CPU Reset" on page 108). If bit 1 of I/O
Port 092h is cleared, the CS5530A internally asserts an
A20M# SMI, which in turn causes an SMI to the processor.
If bit 1 is set, A20M# SMI is internally deasserted again
causing an SMI.
The assertion of a fast keyboard reset (WM_RST SMI) is
controlled by bit 0 in I/O Port 092h or by monitoring for the
keyboard command sequence. If bit 0 is changed from a 0
to a 1, the CS5530A generates a reset to the processor by
generating a WM_RST SMI. When the WM_RST SMI
occurs, the BIOS jumps to the Warm Reset vector. This bit
remains set until the CS5530A is externally reset, or this bit
is cleared by program control. Note that Warm Reset is not
a pin; it is under SMI control.
4.5.5.2 I/O Port 061h System Control
Through I/O Port 061h, the speaker output can be enabled,
NMI from IOCHK# or SERR# can be enabled, the status of
IOCHK# and SERR# can be read, and the state of the
speaker data (Timer2 output) and refresh toggle (Timer1
output) can be read back. Note that NMI is under SMI control. Even though the hardware is present, the IOCHK# pin
does not exist so an NMI from IOCHK# can not happen.
4.5.5.3 SMI Generation for NMI
Figure 4-17 shows how the CS5530A can generate an SMI
for an NMI. Note that NMI is not a pin.
Table 4-49. I/O Port 092h Decode Enable Bit
Bit
Description
F0 Index 52h
3
ROM/AT Logic Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = F8h
Enable I/O Port 092h Decode (Port A): I/O Port 092h decode and the logical functions. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Parity Errors
AND
System Errors
F0 Index 04h[6]
IOCHK#
F0 Index 04h[8]
AND
F0 Index 41h[5]
NMI
SERR#
OR
AND
I/O Port 061h[3]
AND
PERR#
I/O Port 061h[2]
F0 Index 04h: PCI Command Register
Bit 6 = PE (Parity Error Enable)
Bit 8 = SERR# (SERR# Enable)
AND
NMI
F0 Index 41h: PCI Function Control Register 2
Bit 5 = PES (PERR# Signals SERR#)
OR
I/O Port 070h[7]
I/O Port 061h: Port B
Bit 2 = ERR_EN (PERR#/SERR# enable)
Bit 3 = IOCHK_EN (IOCHK Enable)
AND
SMI
I/O Port 070h: RTC Index Register (WO)
Bit 7 = NMI (NMI Enable)
Figure 4-17. SMI Generation for NMI
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Keyboard Interface Function
The CS5530A actively decodes the keyboard controller I/O
Ports 060h and 064h, and generate an ISA I/O cycle with
KBROMCS# asserted. Access to I/O Ports 062h and 066h
must be enabled for KBROMCS# to be asserted. The
CS5530A also actively decodes the keyboard controller I/O
Ports 062h and 066h if F0 Index 5Bh[7] is set. Keyboard
positive decoding can be disabled if F0 Index 5Ah[1] is
cleared. Table 4-50 shows these two decoding bits.
Table 4-51 lists the standard keyboard control I/O registers
and their bit formats.
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Table 4-50. Decode Control Registers
Bit
Description
F0 Index 5Ah
1
Decode Control Register 1 (R/W)
Reset Value = 03h
Keyboard Controller Positive Decode: Selects PCI positive or subtractive decoding for accesses to I/O Port
060h and 064h (and 062h/066h if enabled). 0 = Subtractive; 1 = Positive.
Note: Positive decoding by the CS5530A speeds up the I/O cycle time. These I/O Ports do not exist in the CS5530A. It is assumed that
if positive decode is enabled, the port exists on the ISA bus.
F0 Index 5Bh
7
Decode Control Register 2 (R/W)
Reset Value = 20h
Keyboard I/O Port 062h/066h Decode: This alternate port to the keyboard controller is provided in support of the 8051SL
notebook keyboard controller mailbox. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Note: Positive decoding by the CS5530A speeds up the I/O cycle time. The keyboard, LPT3, LPT2, and LPT1 I/O Ports do not exist in
the CS5530A. It is assumed that if positive decode is enabled, the port exists on the ISA bus.
Table 4-51. External Keyboard Controller Registers
Bit
Description
I/O Port 060h (R/W)
External Keyboard Controller Data Register
Keyboard Controller Data Register: All accesses to this port are passed to the ISA bus. If the fast keyboard gate A20 and reset features are enabled through bit 7 of the ROM/AT Logic Control Register (F0 Index 52h[7]), the respective sequences of writes to this port
assert the A20M# pin or cause a warm CPU reset.
I/O Port 062h (R/W)
External Keyboard Controller Mailbox Register
Keyboard Controller Mailbox Register: Accesses to this port will assert KBROMCS# if the Port 062h/066h decode is enabled through
bit 7 of the Decode Control Register 2 (F0 Index 5Bh[7]).
I/O Port 064h (R/W)
External Keyboard Controller Command Register
Keyboard Controller Command Register: All accesses to this port are passed to the ISA bus. If the fast keyboard gate A20 and reset
features are enabled through bit 7 of the ROM/AT Logic Control Register (F0 Index 52h[7]), the respective sequences of writes to this
port assert the A20M# pin or cause a warm CPU reset.
I/O Port 066h (R/W)
External Keyboard Controller Mailbox Register
Keyboard Controller Mailbox Register: Accesses to this port will assert KBROMCS# if the Port 062h/066h decode is enabled through
bit 7 of the Decode Control Register 2 (F0 Index 5Bh[7]).
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Fast Keyboard Gate Address 20 and CPU
Reset
The CS5530A monitors the keyboard I/O Ports 064h and
060h for the fast keyboard A20M# and CPU reset control
sequences. If a write to I/O Port 060h[1] = 1 after a write
takes place to I/O Port 064h with data of D1h, then the
CS5530A asserts the A20M# signal. A20M# remains
asserted until cleared by:
(1) a write to bit 1 of I/O Port 092h,
(2) a CPU reset of some kind, or
(3) write to I/O Port 060h[1] = 0 after a write takes place to
I/O Port 064h with data of D1h.
The CS5530A also monitors the keyboard ports for the
CPU reset control sequence. If a write to I/O Port 060h with
data bit 0 set occurs after a write to I/O Port 064h with data
of D1h, the CS5530A asserts a WM_RST SMI.
The fast keyboard A20M# and CPU reset can be disabled
through F0 Index 52h[7]. By default, bit 7 is cleared, and
the fast keyboard A20M# and CPU reset monitor logic is
active. If bit 7 is clear, the CS5530A forwards the commands to the keyboard controller.
By default, the CS5530A forces the deassertion of A20M#
during a warm reset. This action may be disabled if F0
Index 52h[4] is cleared.
Table 4-52. A20 Associated Programming Bits
Bit
Description
F0 Index 52h
7
ROM/AT Logic Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = F8h
Snoop Fast Keyboard Gate A20 and Fast Reset: Enables the snoop logic associated with keyboard commands for A20
Mask and Reset. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable (snooping).
If disabled, the keyboard controller handles the commands.
4
108
Enable A20M# Deassertion on Warm Reset: Force A20M# high during a Warm Reset (guarantees that A20M# is deasserted regardless of the state of A20). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
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External Real-Time Clock Interface
I/O Ports 070h and 071h decodes are provided to interface
to an external real-time clock controller. I/O Port 070h, a
write only port, is used to set up the address of the desired
data in the controller. This causes the address to be placed
on the ISA data bus, and the RTCALE signal to be triggered. A read of I/O Port 071h causes an ISA I/O read
cycle to be performed while asserting the RTCCS# signal.
A write to I/O Port 071h causes an ISA I/O write cycle to be
performed with the desired data being placed on the ISA
bus and the RTCCS# signal to be asserted. RTCCS#/
SMEMW# and RTCALE/SMEMR# are multiplexed pins.
The function selection is made through F0 Index 53h[2].
Table 4-53 shows the bit formats for the associated registers for interfacing with an external real-time clock.
SD[7:0]
IOW#
IOR#
IRQ8#
RTC
RTCCS#/SMEMW#
RTCALE/SMEMR#
The connection between the CS5530A and an external
real-time clock is shown in Figure 4-18.
Figure 4-18. External RTC Interface
The CS5530A also provides the RTC Index Shadow Register (F0 Index BBh) to store the last write to I/O Port 070h.
Table 4-53. Real-Time Clock Registers
Bit
Description
I/O Port 070h (WO)
7
6:0
RTC Address Register
NMI Mask: 0 = Enable; 1 = Mask.
RTC Register Index: A write of this register sends the data out on the ISA bus and also causes RTCALE to be triggered.
Note: This register is shadowed within the CS5530A and is read through the RTC Shadow Register (F0 Index BBh).
I/O Port 071h (R/W)
RTC Data Register
A read of this register returns the value of the register indexed by the RTC Address Register plus initiates a RTCCS#.
A write of this register sets the value into the register indexed by the RTC Address Register plus initiates a RTCCS#.
F0 Index BBh
7:0
Reset Value = xxh
RTC Index Shadow (Read Only): The RTC Shadow register contains the last written value of the RTC Index
register (I/O Port 070h).
F0 Index 53h
2
RTC Index Shadow Register (RO)
Alternate CPU Support Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
RTC Enable/RTC Pin Configuration: 0 = SMEMW# (Pin AF3) and SMEMR# (Pin AD4), RTC decode disabled;
1 = RTCCS# (Pin AF3) and RTCALE (Pin AD4), RTC decode enabled.
Note: The RTC Index Shadow Register (F0 Index BBh) is independent of the setting of this bit.
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IDE Controller
The CS5530A integrates a fully-buffered, 32-bit, ANSI ATA4-compliant (Ultra DMA33) IDE interface. The IDE interface
supports two channels, primary and secondary, each supporting two devices that can operate in PIO Modes 1, 2, 3,
4, Multiword DMA, or Ultra DMA/133.
The IDE interface provides a variety of features to optimize
system performance, including 32-bit disk access, post
write buffers, bus master, Multiword DMA, look-ahead read
buffer, and prefetch mechanism for each channel respectively.
The IDE interface timing is completely programmable. Timing control covers the command active and recover pulse
widths, and command block register accesses. The IDE
data-transfer speed for each device on each channel can
be independently programmed allowing high-speed IDE
peripherals to coexist on the same channel as older, compatible devices.
The CS5530A also provides a software-accessible buffered
reset signal to the IDE drive, F0 Index 44h[3:2] (Table 454). The IDE_RST# signal is driven low during reset to the
CS5530A and can be driven low or high as needed for
device-power-off conditions.
4.6.1
IDE Interface Signals
The CS5530A has two completely separate IDE control
signals, however, the IDE_RST#, IDE_ADDR[2:0] and
IDE_DATA[15:0] are shared. The connections between the
CS5530A and IDE devices are shown as Figure 4-19.
Table 4-54. IDE Reset Bits
Bit
Description
F0 Index 44h
3
Reset Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = xx000000b
IDE Controller Reset: Reset both of the CS5530A IDE controllers’ internal state machines. 0 = Run; 1 = Reset.
This bit is level-sensitive and must be explicitly cleared to 0 to remove the reset.
2
IDE Reset: Reset IDE bus. 0 = Deassert IDE bus reset signal; 1 = Assert IDE bus reset signal.
This bit is level-sensitive and must be explicitly cleared to 0 to remove the reset.
IDE_DATA[15:0]
IDE_ADDR[2:0]
Primary
Channel
IRQ14
Secondary
Channel
IRQ15
IDE_CS0#, IDE_DREQ0,
IDE_DACK0#, IDE_IORDY0,
IDE_IOR0#, IDE_IOW0#
IDE_RST#
IDE_CS1#, IDE_DREQ1,
IDE_DACK1#, IDE_IORDY1,
IDE_IOR1#, IDE_IOW1#
Figure 4-19. CS5530A and IDE Channel Connections
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IDE Configuration Registers
Registers for configuring the IDE interface are accessed
through F2 Index 20h, the Base Address Register (F2BAR)
in Function 2. F2BAR sets the base address for the IDE
Controllers Configuration Registers as shown in Table 455. For complete bit information, refer to Section 5.3.3 "IDE
Controller Registers - Function 2" on page 184.
The following subsections discuss CS5530A operational/
programming details concerning PIO, Bus Master, and
Ultra DMA/33 modes.
4.6.2.1 PIO Mode
The IDE data port transaction latency consists of address
latency, asserted latency and recovery latency. Address
latency occurs when a PCI master cycle targeting the IDE
data port is decoded, and the IDE_ADDR[2:0] and
IDE_CS# lines are not set up. Address latency provides the
setup time for the IDE_ADDR[2:0] and IDE_CS# lines prior
to IDE_IOR# and IDE_IOW#.
Asserted latency consists of the I/O command strobe
assertion length and recovery time. Recovery time is provided so that transactions may occur back-to-back on the
IDE interface without violating minimum cycle periods for
the IDE interface.
If IDE_IORDY is asserted when the initial sample point is
reached, no wait states are added to the command strobe
assertion length. If IDE_IORDY is negated when the initial
sample point is reached, additional wait states are added.
Recovery latency occurs after the IDE data port transactions have completed. It provides hold time on the
IDE_ADDR[2:0] and IDE_CS# lines with respect to the
read and write strobes (IDE_IOR# and IDE_IOW#).
The PIO portion of the IDE registers is enabled through:
• Channel 0 Drive 0 Programmed I/O Register (F2BAR+I/
O Offset 20h)
• Channel 0 Drive 1 Programmed I/O Register (F2BAR+I/
O Offset 28h)
• Channel 1 Drive 0 Programmed I/O Register (F2BAR+I/
O Offset 30h)
• Channel 1 Drive 1 Programmed I/O Register (F2BAR+I/
O Offset 38h)
The IDE channels and devices can be individually programmed to select the proper address setup time, asserted
time, and recovery time.
The bit formats for these registers are shown in Table 4-56.
Note that there are different bit formats for each of the PIO
programming registers depending on the operating format
selected: Format 0 or Format 1.
F2BAR+I/O Offset 24h[31] (Channel 0 Drive 0 — DMA
Control Register) sets the format of the PIO register. If bit
31 = 0, Format 0 is used and it selects the slowest PIOMODE (bits [19:16]) per channel for commands. If bit 31 =
1, Format 1 is used and it allows independent control of
command and data.
Also listed in the bit formats are recommended values for
the different PIO modes.
Note:
These are only recommended settings and are not
100% tested.
Table 4-55. Base Address Register (F2BAR) for IDE Support Registers
Bit
Description
F2 Index 20h-23h
Base Address Register - F2BAR (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000001h
This register sets the base address of the I/O mapped bus mastering IDE and controller registers. Bits [6:0] are read only (0000 001),
indicating a 128-byte I/O address range. Refer to Table 5-19 for the IDE configuration registers bit formats and reset values.
31:7
Bus Mastering IDE Base Address
6:0
Address Range (Read Only)
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Table 4-56. PIO Programming Registers
Bit
Description
F2BAR+I/O Offset 20h-23h
Channel 0 Drive 0 PIO Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000E132h (Note)
If Offset 24h[31] = 0, Format 0: Selects slowest PIOMODE per channel for commands.
Format 0 settings for: PIO Mode 0 = 00009172h
PIO Mode 1 = 00012171h
PIO Mode 2 = 00020080h
PIO Mode 3 = 00032010h
PIO Mode 4 = 00040010h
31:20
Reserved: Set to 0.
19:16
PIOMODE: PIO mode
15:12
t2I: Recovery time (value + 1 cycle)
11:8
t3: IDE_IOW# data setup time (value + 1 cycle)
7:4
t2W: IDE_IOW# width minus t3 (value + 1 cycle)
3:0
t1: Address Setup Time (value + 1 cycle)
If Offset 24h[31] = 1, Format 1: Allows independent control of command and data.
Format 1 settings for: PIO Mode 0 = 9172D132h
PIO Mode 1 = 21717121h
PIO Mode 2 = 00803020h
PIO Mode 3 = 20102010h
PIO Mode 4 = 00100010h
31:28
t2IC: Command cycle recovery time (value + 1 cycle)
27:24
t3C: Command cycle IDE_IOW# data setup (value + 1 cycle)
23:20
t2WC: Command cycle IDE_IOW# pulse width minus t3 (value + 1 cycle)
19:16
t1C: Command cycle address setup time (value + 1 cycle)
15:12
t2ID: Data cycle recovery time (value + 1 cycle)
11:8
t3D: Data cycle IDE_IOW# data setup (value + 1 cycle)
7:4
t2WD: Data cycle IDE_IOW# pulse width minus t3 (value + 1 cycle)
3:0
t1D: Data cycle address Setup Time (value + 1 cycle)
Note: The reset value of this register is not a valid PIO Mode.
Offset 28h-2Bh
Channel 0 Drive 1 PIO Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000E132h
Channel 0 Drive 1 Programmed I/O Control Register: Refer to F2BAR+I/O Offset 20h for bit descriptions.
Offset 30h-33h
Channel 1 Drive 0 PIO Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000E132h
Channel 1 Drive 0 Programmed I/O Control Register: Refer to F2BAR+I/O Offset 20h for bit descriptions.
Offset 38h-3Bh
Channel 1 Drive 1 PIO Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000E132h
Channel 1 Drive 1 Programmed I/O Control Register: Refer to F2BAR+I/O Offset 20h for bit descriptions.
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4.6.2.2 Bus Master Mode
Two IDE bus masters are provided to perform the data
transfers for the primary and secondary channels. The
CS5530A off-loads the CPU and improves system performance in multitasking environments.
The bus master mode programming interface is an extension of the standard IDE programming model. This means
that devices can always be dealt with using the standard
IDE programming model, with the master mode functionality used when the appropriate driver and devices are
present. Master operation is designed to work with any IDE
device that supports DMA transfers on the IDE bus.
Devices that work in PIO mode can only use the standard
IDE programming model.
The IDE bus masters use a simple scatter/gather mechanism allowing large transfer blocks to be scattered to or
gathered from memory. This cuts down on the number of
interrupts to and interactions with the CPU.
Physical Region Descriptor Table Address
Before the controller starts a master transfer it is given a
pointer (shown in Table 4-57) to a Physical Region Descriptor Table. This pointer sets the starting memory location of
the Physical Region Descriptors (PRDs). The PRDs
describe the areas of memory that are used in the data
transfer. The PRDs must be aligned on a 4-byte boundary
and the table cannot cross a 64 KB boundary in memory.
Primary and Secondary IDE Bus Master Registers
The IDE Bus Master Registers for each channel (primary
and secondary) have an IDE Bus Master Command Register and Bus Master Status Register. These registers must
be accessed individually; a 32-bit DWORD access attempting to include both the Command and Status registers may
not operate correctly. Bit formats of these registers are
given in Table 4-58.
Table 4-57. IDE Bus Master PRD Table Address Registers
Bit
Description
F2BAR+I/O Offset 04h-07h
31:2
IDE Bus Master 0 PRD Table Address — Primary (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
Pointer to the Physical Region Descriptor Table: This register is a PRD table pointer for IDE Bus Master 0.
When written, this register points to the first entry in a PRD table. Once IDE Bus Master 0 is enabled (Command Register bit
0 = 1], it loads the pointer and updates this register to the next PRD by adding 08h.
When read, this register points to the next PRD.
1:0
Reserved: Set to 0.
F2BAR+I/O Offset 0Ch-0Fh
31:2
IDE Bus Master 1 PRD Table Address — Secondary (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
Pointer to the Physical Region Descriptor Table: This register is a PRD table pointer for IDE Bus Master 1.
When written, this register points to the first entry in a PRD table. Once IDE Bus Master 1 is enabled (Command Register bit
0 = 1], it loads the pointer and updates this register to the next PRD by adding 08h.
When read, this register points to the next PRD.
1:0
Reserved: Set to 0.
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Table 4-58. IDE Bus Master Command and Status Registers
Bit
Description
F2BAR+I/O Offset 00h
7:4
3
IDE Bus Master 0 Command Register — Primary (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Read or Write Control: Sets the direction of bus master transfers. 0 = PCI reads performed; 1 = PCI writes performed.
This bit should not be changed when the bus master is active.
2:1
0
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Bus Master Control: Controls the state of the bus master. 0 = Disable master; 1 = Enable master.
Bus master operations can be halted by setting bit 0 to 0. Once an operation has been halted, it can not be resumed. If bit 0
is set to 0 while a bus master operation is active, the command is aborted and the data transferred from the drive is discarded. This bit should be reset after completion of data transfer.
F2BAR+I/O Offset 02h
7
IDE Bus Master 0 Status Register — Primary (R/W)
6
Drive 1 DMA Capable: Allow Drive 1 to be capable of DMA transfers. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
5
Drive 0 DMA Capable: Allow Drive 0 to be capable of DMA transfers. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
4:3
2
Reset Value = 00h
Simplex Mode (Read Only): Can both the primary and secondary channel operate independently?
0 = Yes; 1 = No (simplex mode).
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Bus Master Interrupt: Has the bus master detected an interrupt? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
Write 1 to clear.
1
Bus Master Error: Has the bus master detected an error during data transfer? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
Write 1 to clear.
0
Bus Master Active (Read Only): Is the bus master active? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
F2BAR+I/O Offset 04h-07h
31:2
IDE Bus Master 0 PRD Table Address — Primary (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
Pointer to the Physical Region Descriptor Table: This register is a PRD table pointer for IDE Bus Master 0.
When written, this register points to the first entry in a PRD table. Once IDE Bus Master 0 is enabled (Command Register bit
0 = 1], it loads the pointer and updates this register to the next PRD by adding 08h.
When read, this register points to the next PRD.
1:0
Reserved: Set to 0.
F2BAR+I/O Offset 08h
7:4
3
IDE Bus Master 1 Command Register — Secondary (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Read or Write Control: Sets the direction of bus master transfers. 0 = PCI reads performed; 1 = PCI writes performed.
This bit should not be changed when the bus master is active.
2:1
0
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Bus Master Control: Controls the state of the bus master. 0 = Disable master; 1 = Enable master.
Bus master operations can be halted by setting bit 0 = 0. Once an operation has been halted, it can not be resumed. If bit 0
is set to 0 while a bus master operation is active, the command is aborted and the data transferred from the drive is discarded. This bit should be reset after completion of data transfer.
F2BAR+I/O Offset 0Ah
7
IDE Bus Master 1 Status Register — Secondary (R/W)
6
Drive 1 DMA Capable: Allow Drive 1 to be capable of DMA transfers. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
5
Drive 0 DMA Capable: Allow Drive 0 to be capable of DMA transfers. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
4:3
2
Reset Value = 00h
Simplex Mode (Read Only): Can both the primary and secondary channel operate independently?
0 = Yes; 1 = No (simplex mode).
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Bus Master Interrupt: Has the bus master detected an interrupt? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
Write 1 to clear.
1
Bus Master Error: Has the bus master detected an error during data transfer? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
Write 1 to clear.
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Physical Region Descriptor Format
Each physical memory region to be transferred is
described by a Physical Region Descriptor (PRD) as illustrated in Table 4-59. When the bus master is enabled
(Command Register bit 0 = 1), data transfer proceeds until
each PRD in the PRD table has been transferred. The bus
master does not cache PRDs.
3)
Software must fill the buffers pointed to by the PRDs
with IDE data.
4)
Write 1 to the Bus Master Interrupt bit and Bus Master
Error (Status Register bits 2 and 1) to clear the bits.
5)
Set the correct direction to the Read or Write Control
bit (Command Register bit 3).
The PRD table consists of two DWORDs. The first DWORD
contains a 32-bit pointer to a buffer to be transferred. This
pointer must be 16-byte aligned. The second DWORD contains the size (16 bits) of the buffer and the EOT flag. The
size must be in multiples of 16 bytes. The EOT bit (bit 31)
must be set to indicate the last PRD in the PRD table.
6)
Engage the bus master by writing a “1” to the Bus
Master Control bit (Command Register bit 0).
7)
The bus master reads the PRD entry pointed to by the
PRD Table Address Register and increments the
address by 08h to point to the next PRD. The transfer
begins.
Programming Model
The following steps explain how to initiate and maintain a
bus master transfer between memory and an IDE device.
8)
The bus master transfers data to/from memory
responding to bus master requests from the IDE
device. At the completion of each PRD, the bus master’s next response depends on the settings of the
EOT flag in the PRD. If the EOT bit is set, then the IDE
bus master clears the Bus Master Active bit (Status
Register bit 0) and stops. If any errors occurred during
the transfer, the bus master sets the Bus Master Error
bit (Status Register bit 1).
1)
Software creates a PRD table in system memory.
Each PRD entry is 8 bytes long, consisting of a base
address pointer and buffer size. The maximum data
that can be transferred from a PRD entry is 64 KB. A
PRD table must be aligned on a 4-byte boundary. The
last PRD in a PRD table must have the EOT bit set.
2)
Software loads the starting address of the PRD table
by programming the PRD Table Address Register.
Table 4-59. Physical Region Descriptor Format
Byte 3
Byte 2
Byte 1
DWORD 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9
0
1
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4.6.2.3 Ultra DMA/33 Mode
The CS5530A supports Ultra DMA/33. It utilizes the standard IDE Bus Master functionality to interface, initiate, and
control the transfer. Ultra DMA/33 definition also incorporates a Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) error checking
protocol to detect errors.
The Ultra DMA/33 protocol requires no extra signal pins on
the IDE connector. The CS5530A redefines three standard
IDE control signals when in Ultra DMA/33 mode. These
definitions are shown in Table 4-60.
Table 4-60. Ultra DMA/33 Signal Definitions
CS5530A IDE
Channel Signal
Ultra DMA/33
Read Cycle
Ultra DMA/33
Write Cycle
IDE_IOW#
STOP
STOP
IDE_IOR#
DMARDY#
STROBE
IDE_IORDY
STROBE
DMARDY#
All other signals on the IDE connector retain their functional definitions during the Ultra DMA/33 operation.
IDE_IOW# is defined as STOP for both read and write
transfers to request to stop a transaction.
IDE_IOR# is redefined as DMARDY# for transferring data
from the IDE device to the CS5530A. It is used by the
CS5530A to signal when it is ready to transfer data and to
add wait states to the current transaction. IDE_IOR# signal
is defined as STROBE for transferring data from the
CS5530A to the IDE device. It is the data strobe signal
driven by the CS5530A on which data is transferred during
each rising and falling edge transition.
IDE_IORDY is redefined as STROBE for transferring data
from the IDE device to the CS5530A during a read cycle. It
is the data strobe signal driven by the IDE device on which
data is transferred during each rising and falling edge transition. IDE_IORDY is defined as DMARDY# during a write
cycle for transferring data from the CS5530A to the IDE
device. It is used by the IDE device to signal when it is
ready to transfer data and to add wait states to the current
transaction.
Ultra DMA/33 data transfer consists of three phases, a startup phase, a data transfer phase and a burst termination
phase.
The IDE device begins the startup phase by asserting
IDE_DREQ. When ready to begin the transfer, the
CS5530A asserts IDE_DACK#. When IDE_DACK# is
asserted, the CS5530A drives IDE_CS0# and IDE_CS1#
asserted, and IDE_ADDR[2:0] low. For write cycles, the
CS5530A negates STOP, waits for the IDE device to assert
DMARDY#, and then drives the first data WORD and
STROBE signal. For read cycles, the CS5530A negates
STOP, and asserts DMARDY#. The IDE device then sends
the first data WORD and asserts STROBE.
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The data transfer phase continues the burst transfers with
the CS5530A and the IDE via providing data, toggling
STROBE and DMARDY#. IDE_DATA[15:0] is latched by
the receiver on each rising and falling edge of STROBE.
The transmitter can pause the burst cycle by holding
STROBE high or low, and resume the burst cycle by again
toggling STROBE. The receiver can pause the burst cycle
by negating DMARDY# and resumes the burst cycle by
asserting DMARDY#.
The current burst cycle can be terminated by either the
transmitter or the receiver. A burst cycle must first be
paused as described above before it can be terminated.
The CS5530A can then stop the burst cycle by asserting
STOP, with the IDE device acknowledging by negating
IDE_DREQ. The IDE device stops the burst cycle by negating IDE_DREQ and the CS5530A acknowledges by asserting STOP. The transmitter then drives the STROBE signal
to a high level. The CS5530A then puts the result of the
CRC calculation onto IDE_DATA[15:0] while deasserting
IDE_DACK#. The IDE device latches the CRC value on the
rising edge of IDE_DACK#.
The CRC value is used for error checking on Ultra DMA/33
transfers. The CRC value is calculated for all data by both
the CS5530A and the IDE device during the Ultra DMA/33
burst transfer cycles. This result of the CRC calculation is
based on all data transferred with a valid STROBE edge
while IDE_DACK# is asserted. At the end of the burst
transfer, the CS5530A drives the result of the CRC calculation onto IDE_DATA[15:0] which is then strobed by the
deassertion of IDE_DACK#. The IDE device compares the
CRC result of the CS5530A to its own and reports an error
if there is a mismatch.
The timings for Ultra DMA/33 are programmed into the
DMA control registers:
• Channel 0 Drive 0 DMA Control Register (F2BAR+I/O
Offset 24h)
• Channel 0 Drive 1 DMA Control Register (F2BAR+I/O
Offset 2Ch)
• Channel 1 Drive 0 DMA Control Register (F2BAR+I/O
Offset 34h)
• Channel 1 Drive 1 DMA Control Register (F2BAR+I/O
Offset 3Ch)
The bit formats for these registers are given in Table 4-61.
Note that F2BAR+I/O Offset 24h[20] is used to select either
Multiword or Ultra DMA mode. Bit 20 = 0 selects Multiword
DMA mode. If bit 20 = 1, then Ultra DMA/33 mode is
selected. Once mode selection is made using this bit, the
remaining DMA Control Registers also operate in the
selected mode.
Also listed in the bit formats are recommended values for
both Multiword DMA Modes 0-2 and Ultra DMA/33 Modes
0-2.
Note:
These are only recommended settings and are not
100% tested.
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Table 4-61. MDMA/UDMA Control Registers
Bit
Description
F2BAR+I/O Offset 24h-27h
Channel 0 Drive 0 DMA Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00077771h
If bit 20 = 0, Multiword DMA
Settings for: Multiword DMA Mode 0 = 00077771h
Multiword DMA Mode 1 = 00012121h
Multiword DMA Mode 2 = 00002020h
31
30:21
PIO Mode Format: 0 = Format 0; 1 = Format 1.
Reserved: Set to 0.
20
DMA Operation: 0 = Multiword DMA; 1 = Ultra DMA.
19:16
tKR: IDE_IOR# recovery time (4-bit) (value + 1 cycle)
15:12
tDR: IDE_IOR# pulse width (value + 1 cycle)
11:8
tKW: IDE_IOW# recovery time (4-bit) (value + 1 cycle)
7:4
tDW: IDE_IOW# pulse width (value + 1 cycle)
3:0
tM: IDE_CS0#/CS1# to IDE_IOR#/IOW# setup; IDE_CS0#/CS1# setup to IDE_DACK0#/DACK1#
If bit 20 = 1, Ultra DMA
Settings for: Ultra DMA Mode 0 = 00921250h
Ultra DMA Mode 1 = 00911140h
Ultra DMA Mode 2 = 00911030h
31
30:21
20
PIO Mode Format: 0 = Format 0; 1 = Format 1.
Reserved: Set to 0.
DMA Operation: 0 = Multiword DMA, 1 = Ultra DMA.
19:16
tCRC: CRC setup UDMA in IDE_DACK# (value + 1 cycle) (for host terminate CRC setup = tMLI + tSS)
15:12
tSS: UDMA out (value + 1 cycle)
11:8
tCYC: Data setup and cycle time UDMA out (value + 2 cycles)
7:4
tRP: Ready to pause time (value + 1 cycle). Note: tRFS + 1 tRP on next clock.
3:0
tACK: IDE_CS0#/CS1# setup to IDE_DACK0#/DACK1# (value + 1 cycle)
Offset 2Ch-2Fh
Channel 0 Drive 1 DMA Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00017771h
Channel 0 Drive 1 MDMA/UDMA Control Register: Refer to F2BAR+I/O Offset 24h for bit descriptions.
Note: Once the PIO Mode Format is selected in F2BAR+I/O Offset 24h[31], bit 31 of this register is defined as reserved, read only.
Offset 34h-37h
Channel 1 Drive 0 DMA Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00017771h
Channel 1 Drive 0 MDMA/UDMA Control Register: Refer to F2BAR+I/O Offset 24h for bit descriptions.
Note: Once the PIO Mode Format is selected in F2BAR+I/O Offset 24h[31], bit 31 of this register is defined as reserved, read only.
Offset 3Ch-3Fh
Channel 1 Drive 1 DMA Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00017771h
Channel 1 Drive 1 MDMA/UDMA Control Register: Refer to F2BAR+I/O Offset 24h for bit descriptions.
Note: Once the PIO Mode Format is selected in F2BAR+I/O Offset 24h[31], bit 31 of this register is defined as reserved, read only.
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XpressAUDIO™ Subsystem
Through XpressAUDIO™ architecture, the CS5530A offers
a combined hardware/software support solution to meet
industry standard audio requirements. The XpressAUDIO
architecture uses Virtual System Architecture™ (VSA)
technology along with additional hardware features to provide the necessary support for industry standard 16-bit stereo synthesis and OPL3 emulation.
• Trap accesses for serial input and output at COM2 (I/O
Port 2F8h-2FFh) or COM4 (I/O Port 2E8h-2EFh).
The hardware portion of the XpressAUDIO subsystem is
for transporting streaming audio data to/from the system
memory and an AC97 codec. This hardware includes:
• Support is provided for software-generated IRQs on IRQ
2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15.
• Six (three inbound/three outbound) buffered PCI bus
mastering engines that drive specific AC97 interface
slots.
• Interfaces to AC97 codecs for audio input/output.
Additional hardware provides the necessary functionality
for VSA technology. This hardware includes the ability to:
• Generate an SMI to alert software to update required
data. An SMI is generated when either audio buffer is
half empty or full. If the buffers become completely
empty or full, the Empty bit is asserted.
• Generate an SMI on I/O traps.
• Trap accesses for sound card compatibility at either I/O
Port 220h-22Fh, 240h-24Fh, 260h-26Fh, or 280h-28Fh.
• Trap accesses for FM compatibility at I/O Port 388h38Bh.
• Trap accesses for MIDI UART interface at I/O Port 300h301h or 330h-331h.
• Support trapping for low (I/O Port 00h-0Fh) and/or high
(I/O Port C0h-DFh) DMA accesses.
• Support hardware status register reads in CS5530A,
minimizing SMI overhead.
Included in the following subsections are details regarding
the registers used for configuring the audio interface. The
registers are accessed through F3 Index 10h, the Base
Address Register (F3BAR) in Function 3. F3BAR sets the
base address for XpressAUDIO subsystem support registers as shown in Table 4-62.
4.7.1
Subsystem Data Transport Hardware
The data transport hardware can be broadly divided into
two sections: bus mastering and the codec interface.
4.7.1.1 Audio Bus Masters
The CS5530A audio hardware includes six PCI bus masters (three for input and three for output) for transferring
digitized audio between memory and the external codec.
With these bus master engines, the CS5530A off-loads the
CPU and improves system performance.
The programming interface defines a simple scatter/gather
mechanism allowing large transfer blocks to be scattered to
or gathered from memory. This cuts down on the number of
interrupts to and interactions with the CPU.
Table 4-62. Base Address Register (F3BAR) for XpressAUDIO™ Subsystem Support Registers
Bit
Description
f3 Index 10h-13h
Base Address Register - F3BAR (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
This register sets the base address of the memory mapped audio interface control register block. This is a 128-byte block of registers
used to control the audio FIFO and codec interface, as well as to support SMIs produced by VSA technology. Bits [6:0] are read only
(0000 0000), indicating a 128-byte memory address range. Refer to Table 5-21 for the bit formats and reset values of the XpressAUDIO
subsystem support registers.
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The six bus masters that directly drive specific slots on the
AC97 interface:
• Audio Bus Master 0
— Output to codec
— PCI read
— 32-Bit
— Left and right channels
— Slots 3 and 4
• Audio Bus Master 4
— Output to codec
— PCI read
— 16-Bit
— Slot 6 or 11 (F3BAR+Memory Offset 08h[19] selects
slot)
• Audio Bus Master 5
- Input from codec
— PCI write
— 16-Bit
— Slot 6 or 11 (F3BAR+Memory Offset 08h[20] selects
slot)
• Audio Bus Master 1
— Input from codec
— PCI write
— 32-Bit
— Left and right channels
— Slots 3 and 4
Bus Master Audio Configuration Registers
The format for the bus master audio configuration registers
is similar in that each bus master has a Command Register, an SMI Status Register and a PRD Table Address Register. Programming of the bus masters is generic in many
ways, although specific programming is required of bit 3 in
the Command Register. This bit selects read or write control and is dependent upon which Audio Bus Master is
being programmed. For example, Audio Bus Master 0 is
defined as an output only, so bit 3 of Audio Bus Master 0
Command Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 20h[3]) must
always be set to 1.
• Audio Bus Master 2
— Output to codec
— PCI read
— 16-Bit
— Slot 5
• Audio Bus Master 3
— Input from codec
— PCI write
— 16-Bit
— Slot 5
Table 4-63. Generic Bit Formats for Audio Bus Master Configuration Registers
Bit
Description
Command Register (R/W)
7:4
3
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Read or Write Control: Set the transfer direction of Audio Bus Master X: 0 = Memory reads performed (output to codec);
1 = Memory writes performed (input from codec).
This bit should not be changed when the bus master is active. The setting of this bit is dependent upon the assigned bus
master.
2:1
0
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Bus Master Control: Controls the state of the Audio Bus Master X: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Setting this bit to 1 enables the bus master to begin data transfers. When writing this bit to 0, the bus master must either be
paused or have reached EOT. Writing this bit to 0 while the bus master is operating results in unpredictable behavior including the possibility of the bus master state machine crashing. The only recovery from this condition is a PCI reset.
Note: This register must be read and written as a BYTE.
SMI Status Register (RC)
7:2
1
Reserved (Read to Clear)
Bus Master Error (Read to Clear): Hardware encountered a second EOP (end of page) before software has cleared the
first? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
If hardware encounters a second EOP before software has cleared the first, it causes the bus master to pause until this register is read to clear the error.
Must be R/W as a byte.
0
End of Page (Read to Clear): Bus master transferred data which is marked by EOP bit in the PRD table (bit 30)?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
Note: Must be read and written as a BYTE.
PRD Table Address (R/W)
31:2
Pointer to the Physical Region Descriptor Table: This register is a PRD table pointer for Audio Bus Master X.
When written, this register points to the first entry in a PRD table. Once Audio Bus Master X is enabled (Command Register
bit 0 = 1], it loads the pointer and updates this register to the next PRD by adding 08h.
When read, this register points to the next PRD.
1:0
Reserved: Set to 0.
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Table 4-63 on page 119 explains the generic format for the
six audio bus masters. Table 4-64 gives the register locations, reset values and specific programming information of
bit 3, Read or Write Control, in the Command Register for
the Audio Bus Masters.
Table 4-64. Audio Bus Master Configuration Register Summary
Bit
Description
Audio Bus Master 0: Output to Codec; 32-Bit; Left and Right Channels; Slots 3 and 4.
F3BAR+Memory Offset 20h
F3BAR+Memory Offset 21h
F3BAR+Memory Offset 22h-23h
F3BAR+Memory Offset 24h-27h
Command Register (R/W)
SMI Status Register (RC)
Reserved
PRD Table Address (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Reset Value = 00h
Reset Value = xxh
Reset Value = 00000000h
Refer to Table 4-63 on page 119 for bit descriptions.
Note: Bit 3 of the Command Register must be set to 0 (memory read) for correct operation.
Audio Bus Master 1: Input from Codec; 32-Bit; Left and Right Channels; Slots 3 and 4.
F3BAR+Memory Offset 28h
F3BAR+Memory Offset 29h
F3BAR+Memory Offset 2Ah-2Bh
F3BAR+Memory Offset 2Ch-2Fh
Command Register (R/W)
SMI Status Register (RC)
Reserved
PRD Table Address (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Reset Value = 00h
Reset Value = xxh
Reset Value = 00000000h
Refer to Table 4-63 on page 119 for bit descriptions.
Note: Bit 3 of the Command Register must be set to 1 (memory write) for correct operation.
Audio Bus Master 2: Output to Codec; 16-Bit; Slot 5.
F3BAR+Memory Offset 30h
F3BAR+Memory Offset 31h
F3BAR+Memory Offset 32h-33h
F3BAR+Memory Offset 34h-37h
Command Register (R/W)
SMI Status Register (RC)
Reserved
PRD Table Address (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Reset Value = 00h
Reset Value = xxh
Reset Value = 00000000h
Refer to Table 4-63 on page 119 for bit descriptions.
Note: Bit 3 of the Command Register must be set to 0 (memory read) for correct operation.
Audio Bus Master 3: Input from Codec; 16-Bit; Slot 5.
F3BAR+Memory Offset 38h
F3BAR+Memory Offset 39h
F3BAR+Memory Offset 3Ah-3Bh
F3BAR+Memory Offset 3Ch-3Fh
Command Register (R/W)
SMI Status Register (RC)
Reserved
PRD Table Address (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Reset Value = 00h
Reset Value = xxh
Reset Value = 00000000h
Refer to Table 4-63 for bit descriptions.
Note: Bit 3 of the Command Register must be set to 1 (memory write) for correct operation.
Audio Bus Master 4: Output to Codec; 16-Bit; Slot 6 or 11 (F3BAR+Memory Offset 08h[19] selects slot).
F3BAR+Memory Offset 40h
F3BAR+Memory Offset 41h
F3BAR+Memory Offset 42h-43h
F3BAR+Memory Offset 44h-47h
Command Register (R/W)
SMI Status Register (RC)
Reserved
PRD Table Address (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Reset Value = 00h
Reset Value = xxh
Reset Value = 00000000h
Refer to Table 4-63 on page 119 for bit descriptions.
Note: Bit 3 of the Command Register must be set to 0 (memory read) for correct operation.
Audio Bus Master 5: Input from Codec; 16-Bit; Slot 6 or 11 (F3BAR+Memory Offset 08h[20] selects slot).
F3BAR+Memory Offset 48h
F3BAR+Memory Offset 49h
F3BAR+Memory Offset 4Ah-4Bh
F3BAR+Memory Offset 4Ch-4Fh
Command Register (R/W)
SMI Status Register (RC)
Reserved
PRD Table Address (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Reset Value = 00h
Reset Value = xxh
Reset Value = 00000000h
Refer to Table 4-63 on page 119 for bit descriptions.
Note: Bit 3 of the Command Register must be set to 1 (memory write) for correct operation.
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4.7.1.2 Physical Region Descriptor Table Address
Before the bus master starts a master transfer it must be
programmed with a pointer (PRD Table Address Register)
to a Physical Region Descriptor Table. This pointer sets the
starting memory location of the Physical Region Descriptors (PRDs). The PRDs describe the areas of memory that
are used in the data transfer. The descriptor table entries
must be aligned on a 4-byte boundary and the table cannot
cross a 64 KB boundary in memory.
4.7.1.3 Physical Region Descriptor Format
Each physical memory region to be transferred is
described by a Physical Region Descriptor (PRD) as illustrated in Table 4-65. When the bus master is enabled
(Command Register bit 0 = 1), data transfer proceeds until
each PRD in the PRD table has been transferred. The bus
master does not cache PRDs.
The PRD table consists of two DWORDs. The first DWORD
contains a 32-bit pointer to a buffer to be transferred. The
second DWORD contains the size (16 bits) of the buffer
and flags (EOT, EOP, JMP). The description of the flags are
as follows:
• EOT bit - If set in a PRD, this bit indicates the last entry
in the PRD table (bit 31). The last entry in a PRD table
must have either the EOT bit or the JMP bit set. A PRD
can not have both the JMP and EOT bits set.
• EOP bit - If set in a PRD and the bus master has
completed the PRD’s transfer, the End of Page bit is set
(Status Register bit 0 = 1) and an SMI is generated. If a
second EOP is reached due to the completion of
another PRD before the End of Page bit is cleared, the
Bus Master Error bit is set (Status Register bit 1 = 1) and
the bus master pauses. In this paused condition, reading
the Status Register clears both the Bus Master Error
and the End of Page bits and the bus master continues.
• JMP bit - This PRD is special. If set, the Memory Region
Physical Base Address is now the target address of the
JMP. There is no data transfer with this PRD. This PRD
allows the creation of a looping mechanism. If a PRD
table is created with the JMP bit set in the last PRD, the
PRD table does not need a PRD with the EOT bit set. A
PRD can not have both the JMP and EOT bits set.
Table 4-65. Physical Region Descriptor Format
Byte 3
Byte 2
Byte 1
Byte 0
DWORD 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9
0
1
E E J
O O M
T P P
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7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Memory Region Base Address [31:1] (Audio Data Buffer)
0
Reserved
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4.7.1.4 Programming Model
The following discussion explains, in steps, how to initiate
and maintain a bus master transfer between memory and
an audio slave device.
this is by using the EOP flags to generate an SMI
when a PRD is empty.
Example - Fill Audio Buffer_1 and Audio Buffer_2. The
SMI generated by the EOP from the first PRD allows
the software to refill Audio Buffer_1. The second SMI
will refill Audio Buffer_2. The third SMI will refill Audio
Buffer_1 and so on.
In the steps listed below, the reference to “Example” refers
to Figure 4-20, PRD Table Example.
1)
Software creates a PRD table in system memory.
Each PRD entry is 8 bytes long; consisting of a base
address pointer and buffer size. The maximum data
that can be transferred from a PRD entry is 64 KB. A
PRD table must be aligned on a 4-byte boundary. The
last PRD in a PRD table must have the EOT or JMP bit
set.
Example - Assume the data is outbound. There are
three PRDs in the example PRD table. The first two
PRDs (PRD_1, PRD_2) have only the EOP bit set.
The last PRD (PRD_3) has only the JMP bit set. This
example creates a PRD loop.
2)
Software loads the starting address of the PRD table
by programming the PRD Table Address Register.
Example - Program the PRD Table Address Register
with Address_3.
3)
Software must fill the buffers pointed to by the PRDs
with audio data. It is not absolutely necessary to fill the
buffers; however, the buffer filling process must stay
ahead of the buffer emptying. The simplest way to do
4)
Read the SMI Status Register to clear the Bus Master
Error and End of Page bits (bits 1 and 0).
Set the correct direction to the Read or Write Control
bit (Command Register bit 3). Note that the direction of
the data transfer of a particular bus master is fixed and
therefore the direction bit must be programmed
accordingly. It is assumed that the codec has been
properly programmed to receive the audio data.
Engage the bus master by writing a “1” to the Bus
Master Control bit (Command Register bit 0).
The bus master reads the PRD entry pointed to by the
PRD Table Address Register and increments the
address by 08h to point to the next PRD. The transfer
begins.
Example - The bus master is now properly programmed to transfer Audio Buffer_1 to a specific
slot(s) in the AC97 interface.
Address_3
Address_1
Address_1
PRD_1
EOT = 0
EOP = 1
JMP = 0
Audio
Buffer_1
Size_1
Audio
Buffer_2
Size_2
Size_1
Address_2
PRD_2
EOT = 0
EOP = 1
JMP = 0
Size_2
Address_2
Address_3
EOT = 0
EOP = 0
JMP = 1
PRD_3
Don’t Care
Figure 4-20. PRD Table Example
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5)
The bus master transfers data to/from memory
responding to bus master requests from the AC97
interface. At the completion of each PRD, the bus master’s next response depends on the settings of the
flags in the PRD.
Example - At the completion of PRD_1 an SMI is generated because the EOP bit is set while the bus master continues on to PRD_2. The address in the PRD
Table Address Register is incremented by 08h and is
now pointing to PRD_3. The SMI Status Register is
read to clear the End of Page status flag. Since Audio
Buffer_1 is now empty, the software can refill it.
At the completion of PRD_2 an SMI is generated
because the EOP bit is set. The bus master then continues on to PRD_3. The address in the PRD Table
Address Register is incremented by 08h. The DMA
SMI Status Register is read to clear the End of Page
status flag. Since Audio Buffer_2 is now empty, the
software can refill it. Audio Buffer_1 has been refilled
from the previous SMI.
PRD_3 has the JMP bit set. This means the bus master uses the address stored in PRD_3 (Address_3) to
locate the next PRD. It does not use the address in the
PRD Table Address Register to get the next PRD.
Since Address_3 is the location of PRD_1, the bus
master has looped the PRD table.
Stopping the bus master can be accomplished by not
reading the SMI Status Register End of Page status
flag. This leads to a second EOP which causes a Bus
Master Error and pauses the bus master. In effect,
once a bus master has been enabled it never needs to
be disabled, just paused. The bus master cannot be
disabled unless the bus master has been paused or
has reached an EOT.
4.7.1.5 AC97 Codec Interface
The CS5530A provides an AC97 Specification Revision
1.3, 2.0, and 2.1 compatible interface. Any AC97 codec
that supports sample rate conversion (SRC) can be used
with the CS5530A. This type of codec allows for a design
which meets the requirements for PC97 and PC98-compliant audio as defined by Microsoft Corporation.
External Source
BITCLK
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Companion SYNC
BIT_CLK
PC_BEEP
PC_BEEP
SDAT_I
SDATA_IN
SDAT_O
AC97
24.576MHz Codec
SYNC
SDATA_OUT
Figure 4-21. AC97 Signal Connections
Codec Configuration/Control Registers
The codec related registers consist of four 32-bit registers:
• Codec GPIO Status Register
• Codec GPIO Control Register
• Codec Status Register
• Codec Command Register
Codec GPIO Status and Control Registers (F3BAR+
Memory Offset 00h and 04h)
The Codec GPIO Status and Control Registers are used
for codec GPIO related tasks such as enabling a codec
GPIO interrupt to cause an SMI.
Codec Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 08h)
The Codec Status Register stores the codec status word. It
updates every valid Status Word slot.
Codec Control Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 0Ch)
The Codec Control Register writes the control word to the
codec. By writing the appropriate control words to this port,
the features of the codec can be controlled. The contents
of this register are written to the codec during the Control
Word slot.
The bit formats for these registers are given in Table 4-66.
The AC97 codec is the master of the serial interface and
generates the clocks to CS5530A, Figure 4-21 shows the
codec and CS5530A signal connections. For specifications
on the serial interface, refer to the appropriate codec manufacturer’s data sheet.
For PC speaker synthesis, the CS5530A outputs the PC
speaker signal on the PC_BEEP pin which is connected to
the PC_BEEP input of the AC97 codec.
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Bit
Description
F3BAR+Memory Offset 00h-03h
Codec GPIO Status Register (R/W)
31
Codec GPIO Interface: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
30
Codec GPIO SMI: Allow codec GPIO interrupt to generate an SMI. 0 = Disable; 1= Enable.
Reset Value = 00100000h
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
Second level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h[1].
29:21
20
19:0
Reserved: Set to 0.
Codec GPIO Status Valid (Read Only): Is the status read valid? 0 = Yes; 1 = No.
Codec GPIO Pin Status (Read Only): This is the GPIO pin status that is received from the codec in slot 12 on SDATA_IN
signal.
F3BAR+Memory Offset 04h-07h
Codec GPIO Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
31:20
Reserved: Set to 0.
19:0
Codec GPIO Pin Data: This is the GPIO pin data that is sent to the codec in slot 12 on the SDATA_OUT signal.
F3BAR+Memory Offset 08h-0Bh
31:24
23
Codec Status Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
Codec Status Address (Read Only): Address of the register for which status is being returned. This address comes from
slot 1 bits [19:12].
Codec Serial INT SMI: Allow codec serial interrupt to generate an SMI. 0 = Disable; 1= Enable.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
Second level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h[1].
22
SYNC Pin: Selects SYNC pin level. 0 = Low; 1 = High.
21
Enable SDATA_IN2: Pin AE24 function selection. 0 = GPIO1; 1 = SDATA_IN2.
20
Audio Bus Master 5 AC97 Slot Select: Selects slot for Audio Bus Master 5 to receive data. 0 = Slot 6; 1 = Slot 11.
For this pin to function as SDATA_IN2, it must first be configured as an input (F0 Index 90h[1] = 0).
19
Audio Bus Master 4 AC97 Slot Select: Selects slot for Audio Bus Master 4 to transmit data. 0 = Slot 6; 1 = Slot 11.
18
Reserved: Set to 0.
17
Status Tag (Read Only): Determines if the status in bits [15:0] is new or not. 0 = Not new; 1 = New.
16
Codec Status Valid (Read Only): Is the status in bits [15:0] valid? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
15:0
Codec Status (Read Only): This is the codec status data that is received from the codec in slot 2 on SDATA_IN. Only bits
[19:4] are used from slot 2.
F3BAR+Memory Offset 0Ch-0Fh
Codec Command Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
31:24
Codec Command Address: Address of the codec control register for which the command is being sent. This address goes
in slot 1 bits [19:12] on SDATA_OUT.
23:22
CS5530A Codec Communication: Selects which codec to communicate with.
00 = Primary codec
10 = Third codec
01 = Secondary codec
11 = Fourth codec
Note: 00 and 01 are the only valid settings for these bits.
21:17
16
Reserved: Set to 0.
Codec Command Valid: Is the command in bits [15:0] valid? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This bit is set by hardware when a command is loaded. It remains set until the command has been sent to the codec.
15:0
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Codec Command: This is the command being sent to the codec in bits [19:12] of slot 2 on SDATA_OUT.
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4.7.2
VSA Technology Support Hardware
The CS5530A companion device incorporates the required
hardware in order to support the Virtual System Architecture (VSA) technology for capture and playback of audio
using an external codec. This eliminates much of the hardware traditionally associated with industry standard audio
functions.
XpressAUDIO software provides 16-bit compatible sound.
This software is available to OEMs for incorporation into
the system BIOS ROM.
4.7.2.1 VSA Technology
VSA technology provides a framework to enable software
implementation of traditionally hardware-only components.
VSA technology software executes in System Management
Mode (SMM), enabling it to execute transparently to the
operating system, drivers, and applications.
The VSA technology design is based upon a simple model
for replacing hardware components with software. Hardware to be virtualized is merely replaced with simple
access detection circuitry which asserts the SMI# (System
Management Interrupt) pin when hardware accesses are
detected. The current execution stream is immediately preempted, and the processor enters SMM. The SMM system
software then saves the processor state, initializes the VSA
technology execution environment, decodes the SMI
source and dispatches handler routines which have registered requests to service the decoded SMI source. Once
all handler routines have completed, the processor state is
restored and normal execution resumes. In this manner,
hardware accesses are transparently replaced with the
execution of SMM handler software.
Historically, SMM software was used primarily for the single
purpose of facilitating active power management for notebook designs. That software’s only function was to manage
the power up and down of devices to save power. With high
performance processors now available, it is feasible to
implement, primarily in SMM software, PC capabilities traditionally provided by hardware. In contrast to power management code, this virtualization software generally has
strict performance requirements to prevent application performance from being significantly impacted.
4.7.2.2 Audio SMI Related Registers
The SMI related registers consist of:
• Second Level Audio SMI Status Registers
• I/O Trap SMI and Fast Write Status Register
• I/O Trap SMI Enable Register
The Top SMI Status Mirror and Status Registers are the top
level of hierarchy for the SMI handler in determining the
source of an SMI. These two registers are at
F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h (Status Mirror) and
F1BAR+Memory Offset 02h (Status). The registers are
identical except that reading the register at F1BAR+Memory Offset 02h clears the status.
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The second level of audio SMI status reporting is set up
very much like the top level. There are two status reporting
registers, one “read only” (mirror) and one “read to clear”.
The data returned by reading either offset is the same (i.e.,
SMI was caused by an audio related event). The difference
between F3BAR+Memory Offset 12h and 10h (mirror) is in
the ability to clear the SMI source at 10h.
Figure 4-22 shows an SMI tree for checking and clearing
the source of an audio SMI. Only the audio SMI bit is
detailed here. For details regarding the remaining bits in
the Top SMI Status Mirror and Status Registers refer to
Table 5-17 "F1BAR+Memory Offset xxh: SMI Status and
ACPI Timer Registers" on page 181.
I/O Trap SMI and Fast Write Status Register
This 32-bit read-only register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 14h)
not only indicates if the enabled I/O trap generated an SMI,
but also contains Fast Path Write related bits.
I/O Trap SMI Enable Register
The I/O Trap SMI Enable Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset
18h) allows traps for specified I/O addresses and configures generation for I/O events. It also contains the enabling
bit for Fast Path Write/Read features.
If Status Fast Path Read is enabled, the CS5530A intercepts and responds to reads to several status registers.
This speeds up operations, and prevents SMI generation
for reads to these registers. Status Fast Path Read is
enabled via F3BAR+Memory Offset 18h[4].
In Status Fast Path Read the CS5530A responds to reads
of the following addresses:
388h-38Bh
2x0h, 2x1h, 2x2h, 2x3h, 2x8h, and 2x9h
Note that if neither sound card nor FM I/O mapping is
enabled, then status read trapping is not possible.
If Fast Path Write is enabled, the CS5530A captures certain writes to several I/O locations. This feature prevents
two SMIs from being asserted for write operations that are
known to take two accesses (the first access is an index
and the second is data). Fast Path Write is enabled via
F3BAR+Memory Offset 18h[11].
Fast Path Write captures the data and address bit 1 (A1) of
the first access, but does not generate an SMI. A1 is stored
in F3BAR+Memory Offset 14h[15]. The second access
causes an SMI, and the data and address are captured as
in a normal trapped I/O.
In Fast Path Write, the CS5530A responds to writes to the
following addresses:
388h, 38Ah, and 38Bh
2x0h, 2x2h, and 2x8h
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Table 4-67 on page 127 and Table 4-68 on page 129 show
the bit formats of the second and third level SMI status
reporting registers, respectively. Table 4-69 on page 130
SMI# Asserted
shows the sound card I/O trap and Fast Path Read/Write
programming bits.
SMM software reads SMI Header
If Bit X = 0
(Internal SMI)
If Bit X = 1
(External SMI)
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F1BAR+Memory
Offset 02h
Read to Clear
to determine
top-level source
of SMI
SMI Deasserted after all SMI Sources are Cleared
(i.e., Top, Second, and Third Levels)
F3BAR+Memory
Offset 10h
Read to Clear
to determine
second-level
source of SMI
Bits [15:8]
RSVD
Bit 7
ABM5_SMI
Bits [15:2]
Other_SMI
F3BAR+Memory
Offset 14h
Read to Clear
to determine
third-level
source of SMI
Bit 6
ABM4_SMI
Bit 5
ABM3_SMI
Bit 1
AUDIO_SMI
Bit 0
Other_SMI
Top Level
If bit 1 = 1,
Source of
SMI is
Audio Event
Bit 4
ABM2_SMI
Take
Appropriate
Action
Bit 3
ABM1_SMI
Bit 2
ABM0_SMI
Bit 1
SER_INTR_SMI
Bit 0
I/O_TRAP_SMI
Bits [31:14]
Other_RO
Bit 13
SMI_SC/FM_TRAP
If bit 0 = 1,
Source of
SMI is
I/O Trap
Bit 12
SMI_DMA_TRAP
Bit 11
SMI_MPU_TRAP
Take
Appropriate
Action
Bit 10
SMI_SC/FM_TRAP
Second Level
Bit [9:0]
Other_RO
Third Level
Figure 4-22. Audio SMI Tree Example
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Table 4-67. Second Level SMI Status Reporting Registers
Bit
Description
F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h-11h
15:8
7
Second Level Audio SMI Status Register (RC)
Reset Value = 0000h
Reserved: Set to 0.
Audio Bus Master 5 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by an event occurring on Audio Bus Master 5?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation is enabled when Audio Bus Master 5 is enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 48h[0] = 1). An SMI is then
generated when the End of Page bit is set in the SMI Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 49h[0] = 1).
6
Audio Bus Master 4 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by an event occurring on Audio Bus Master 4?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation is enabled when Audio Bus Master 4 is enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 40h[0] = 1). An SMI is then
generated when the End of Page bit is set in the SMI Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 41h[0] = 1).
5
Audio Bus Master 3 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by an event occurring on Audio Bus Master 3?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation is enabled when Audio Bus Master 3 is enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 38h[0] = 1). An SMI is then
generated when the End of Page bit is set in the SMI Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 39h[0] = 1).
4
Audio Bus Master 2 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by an event occurring on Audio Bus Master 2?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation is enabled when Audio Bus Master 2 is enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 30h[0] = 1). An SMI is then
generated when the End of Page bit is set in the SMI Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 31h[0] = 1).
3
Audio Bus Master 1 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by an event occurring on Audio Bus Master 1?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation is enabled when Audio Bus Master 1 is enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 28h[0] = 1). An SMI is then
generated when the End of Page bit is set in the SMI Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 29h[0] = 1).
2
Audio Bus Master 0 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by an event occurring on Audio Bus Master 0?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation is enabled when Audio Bus Master 0 is enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 20h[0] = 1). An SMI is then
generated when the End of Page bit is set in the SMI Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 21h[0] = 1).
1
Codec Serial or GPIO Interrupt SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a serial or GPIO interrupt from codec?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation enabling for codec serial interrupt: F3BAR+Memory Offset 08h[23] = 1.
SMI generation enabling for codec GPIO interrupt: F3BAR+Memory Offset 00h[30] = 1.
0
I/O Trap SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by an I/O trap? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The next level (third level) of SMI status reporting is at F3BAR+Memory
Offset 14h. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
Note: Reading this register clears the status bits. Note that bit 0 has another level (third) of SMI status reporting.
A read-only “Mirror” version of this register exists at F3BAR+Memory Offset 12h. If the value of the register must be read without
clearing the SMI source (and consequently deasserting SMI), the Mirror register may be read instead.
F3BAR+Memory Offset 12h-13h
15:8
7
Second Level Audio SMI Status Mirror Register (RO)
Reset Value = 0000h
Reserved: Set to 0.
Audio Bus Master 5 SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by an event occurring on Audio Bus Master 5?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation is enabled when Audio Bus Master 5 is enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 48h[0] = 1). An SMI is then
generated when the End of Page bit is set in the SMI Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 49h[0] = 1).
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Bit
6
Description
Audio Bus Master 4 SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by an event occurring on Audio Bus Master 4?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation is enabled when Audio Bus Master 4 is enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 40h[0] = 1). An SMI is then
generated when the End of Page bit is set in the SMI Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 41h[0] = 1).
5
Audio Bus Master 3 SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by an event occurring on Audio Bus Master 3?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation is enabled when Audio Bus Master 3 is enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 38h[0] = 1). An SMI is then
generated when the End of Page bit is set in the SMI Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 39h[0] = 1).
4
Audio Bus Master 2 SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by an event occurring on Audio Bus Master 2?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation is enabled when Audio Bus Master 2 is enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 30h[0] = 1). An SMI is then
generated when the End of Page bit is set in the SMI Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 31h[0] = 1).
3
Audio Bus Master 1 SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by an event occurring on Audio Bus Master 1?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation is enabled when Audio Bus Master 1 is enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 28h[0] = 1). An SMI is then
generated when the End of Page bit is set in the SMI Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 29h[0] = 1).
2
Audio Bus Master 0 SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by an event occurring on Audio Bus Master 0?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation is enabled when Audio Bus Master 0 is enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 20h[0] = 1). An SMI is then
generated when the End of Page bit is set in the SMI Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 21h[0] = 1).
1
Codec Serial or GPIO Interrupt SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by a serial or GPIO interrupt from codec?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation enabling for codec serial interrupt: F3BAR+Memory Offset 08h[23] = 1.
SMI generation enabling for codec GPIO interrupt: F3BAR+Memory Offset 00h[30] = 1.
0
I/O Trap SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by an I/O trap? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The next level (third level) of SMI status reporting is at F3BAR+Memory
Offset 14h. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
Note: Reading this register does not clear the status bits. See F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h.
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Bit
Description
F3BAR+Memory Offset 14h-17h
I/O Trap SMI and Fast Write Status Register (RO/RC)
Reset Value = 00000000h
31:24
Fast Path Write Even Access Data (Read Only): These bits contain the data from the last Fast Path Write Even access.
These bits change only on a fast write to an even address.
23:16
Fast Path Write Odd Access Data (Read Only): These bits contain the data from the last Fast Path Write Odd access.
These bits change on a fast write to an odd address, and also on any non-fast write.
15
Fast Write A1 (Read Only): This bit contains the A1 value for the last Fast Write access.
14
Read or Write I/O Access (Read Only): Last trapped I/O access was a read or a write? 0 = Read; 1 = Write.
13
Sound Card or FM Trap SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to the sound card or FM I/
O Trap? 0 = No; 1 = Yes. (Note)
Fast Path Write must be enabled, F3BAR+Memory Offset 18h[11] = 1, for the SMI to be reported here. If Fast Path Write is
disabled, the SMI is reported in bit 10 of this register.
This is the third level of SMI status reporting.
The second level of SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h[0].
The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation enabling is at F3BAR+Memory Offset 18h[2].
12
DMA Trap SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to the DMA I/O Trap?
0 = No; 1 = Yes. (Note)
This is the third level of SMI status reporting.
The second level of SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h[0].
The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation enabling is at F3BAR+Memory Offset 18h[8:7].
11
MPU Trap SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to the MPU I/O Trap?
0 = No; 1 = Yes. (Note)
This is the third level of SMI status reporting.
The second level of SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h[0].
The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation enabling is at F3BAR+Memory Offset 18h[6:5].
10
Sound Card or FM Trap SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to the sound card or FM I/
O Trap? 0 = No; 1 = Yes. (Note)
Fast Path Write must be disabled, F3BAR+Memory Offset 18h[11] = 0, for the SMI to be reported here. If Fast Path Write is
enabled, the SMI is reported in bit 13 of this register.
This is the third level of SMI status reporting.
The second level of SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h[0].
The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation enabling is at F3BAR+Memory Offset 18h[2].
9:0
X-Bus Address (Read Only): Bits [9:0] contain the captured ten bits of X-Bus address.
Note: For the four SMI status bits (bits [13:10]), if the activity was a fast write to an even address, no SMI is generated regardless of the
DMA, MPU, or sound card status. If the activity was a fast write to an odd address, an SMI is generated but bit 13 is set to a 1.
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Bit
Description
F3BAR+Memory Offset 18h-19h
15:12
11
I/O Trap SMI Enable Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
Reserved: Set to 0.
Fast Path Write Enable: Fast Path Write (an SMI is not generated on certain writes to specified addresses).
0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
In Fast Path Write, the CS5530A responds to writes to the following addresses: 388h, 38Ah and 38Bh; 2x0h, 2x2h, and
2x8h.
10:9
8
Fast Read: These two bits hold part of the response that the CS5530A returns for reads to several I/O locations.
High DMA I/O Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs at I/O Port C0h-DFh, an SMI is generated.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
Second level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h[0].
Third level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 14h[12].
7
Low DMA I/O Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs at I/O Port 00h-0Fh, an SMI is generated.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
Second level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h[0].
Third level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 14h[12].
6
High MPU I/O Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs at I/O Port 330h and 331h, an SMI is generated.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
Second level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h[0].
Third level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 14h[11].
5
Low MPU I/O Trap: I0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs at I/O Port 300h and 301h, an SMI is generated.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
Second level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h[0].
Third level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 14h[11].
4
Fast Path Read Enable/SMI Disable: Read Fast Path (an SMI is not generated on reads from specified addresses).
0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
In Fast Path Read the CS5530A responds to reads of the following addresses: 388h-38Bh; 2x0h, 2x1h, 2x2h, 2x3h, 2x8h
and 2x9h.
Note that if neither sound card nor FM I/O mapping is enabled, then status read trapping is not possible.
3
FM I/O Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs at I/O Port 388h to 38Bh, an SMI is generated.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
Second level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h[0].
2
Sound Card I/O Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs in the address ranges selected by bits [1:0], an SMI is generated.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
Second level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h[0].
Third level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 14h[10].
1:0
Sound Card Address Range Select: These bits select the address range for the sound card I/O trap.
00 = I/O Port 220h-22Fh
01 = I/O Port 240h-24Fh
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11 = I/O Port 280h-28Fh
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4.7.2.3 IRQ Configuration Registers
The CS5530A provides the ability to set and clear IRQs
internally through software control. If the IRQs are configured for software control, they will not respond to external
hardware. There are three registers provided for this feature:
as an internal software driven source must be configured
as internal.
• Internal IRQ Enable Register
Internal IRQ Control Register
This register allows individual software assertion/deassertion of the IRQs that are enabled as internal and
unmasked.
• Internal IRQ Mask Register
• Internal IRQ Control Register
Internal IRQ Enable Register
This register configures the IRQs as internal (software)
interrupts or external (hardware) interrupts. Any IRQ used
Internal IRQ Mask Register
Each bit in the Mask register individually disables the corresponding bit in the Control Register.
The bit formats for these registers are given in Table 4-70.
Table 4-70. IRQ Configuration Registers
Bit
Description
F3BAR+Memory Offset 1Ah-1Bh
Internal IRQ Enable Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
15
IRQ15 Internal: Configure IRQ15 for internal (software) or external (hardware) use. 0 = External; 1 = Internal.
14
IRQ14 Internal: Configure IRQ14 for internal (software) or external (hardware) use. 0 = External; 1 = Internal.
13
Reserved: Set to 0.
12
IRQ12 Internal: Configure IRQ12 for internal (software) or external (hardware) use. 0 = External; 1 = Internal.
11
IRQ11 Internal: Configure IRQ11 for internal (software) or external (hardware) use. 0 = External; 1 = Internal.
10
IRQ10 Internal: Configure IRQ10 for internal (software) or external (hardware) use. 0 = External; 1 = Internal.
9
IRQ9 Internal: Configure IRQ9 for internal (software) or external (hardware) use. 0 = External; 1 = Internal.
8
Reserved: Set to 0.
7
IRQ7 Internal: Configure IRQ7 for internal (software) or external (hardware) use. 0 = External; 1 = Internal.
6
Reserved: Set to 0.
5
IRQ5 Internal: Configure IRQ5 for internal (software) or external (hardware) use. 0 = External; 1 = Internal.
4
IRQ4 Internal: Configure IRQ4 for internal (software) or external (hardware) use. 0 = External; 1 = Internal.
3
IRQ3 Internal: Configure IRQ3 for internal (software) or external (hardware) use. 0 = External; 1 = Internal.
2:0
Reserved: Set to 0.
Note: Must be read and written as a WORD.
F3BAR+Memory Offset 1Ch-1Dh
Internal IRQ Control Register (R/W)
15
Assert Masked Internal IRQ15: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
14
Assert Masked Internal IRQ14: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
13
Reserved: Set to 0.
12
Assert Masked Internal IRQ12: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
11
Assert masked internal IRQ11: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
10
Assert Masked Internal IRQ10: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
9
Assert Masked Internal IRQ9: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
8
Reserved: Set to 0.
7
Assert Masked Internal IRQ7: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
6
Reserved: Set to 0.
5
Assert Masked Internal IRQ5: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
4
Assert Masked Internal IRQ4: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
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Table 4-70. IRQ Configuration Registers (Continued)
Bit
3
2:0
Description
Assert Masked Internal IRQ3: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Reserved: Set to 0.
F3BAR+Memory Offset 1Eh-1Fh
15
Mask Internal IRQ15: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
14
Mask Internal IRQ14: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
13
Reserved: Set to 0.
12
Mask Internal IRQ12: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
11
Mask Internal IRQ11: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
10
Mask Internal IRQ10: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
9
Mask Internal IRQ9: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
8
Reserved: Set to 0.
7
Mask Internal IRQ7: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
6
Reserved: Set to 0.
5
Mask Internal IRQ5: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
4
Mask Internal IRQ4: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
3
Mask Internal IRQ3: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
2:0
132
Internal IRQ Mask Register (Write Only)
Reset Value = xxxxh
Reserved: Set to 0.
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Display Subsystem Extensions
The CS5530A incorporates extensions to the GX1 processor’s’ display subsystem. These include:
• Video Interface Configuration Registers
— Line Buffers
— Video Port Protocol
— Video Format
— X and Y Scaler / Filter
— Color-Space-Converter
Figure 4-23 shows the data path of the display subsystem
extensions.
4.8.1
Video Interface Configuration Registers
Registers for configuring the video interface are accessed
through F4 Index 10h, the Base Address Register (F4BAR)
in Function 4. F4BAR sets the base address for the Video
Interface Configuration Registers as shown in Table 4-71.
• Video Accelerator
Note:
• Gamma RAM
All Video Interface Configuration Registers have a
32-bit access granularity (only).
The following subsections describe the video interface and
the registers used for programming purposes. However, for
complete bit information refer to Section 5.3.5 "Video Controller Registers - Function 4" on page 198.
• Display Interface
— Video DACs
— VESA DDC2B / DPMS
— Flat Panel Support
Table 4-71. Base Address Register (F4BAR) for Video Controller Support Registers
Bit
Description
F4 Index 10h-13h
Base Address Register — F4BAR (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
This register sets the base address of the memory mapped video controller registers. Bits [11:0] are read only (0000 0000 0000),
indicating a 4 KB memory address range. Refer to Table 5-23 for the video controller register bit formats and reset values.
31:12
Video Controller and Clock Control Base I/O Address
11:0
Address Range (Read Only)
Input
Formatter
Buffer 0
24
Formatter
/
Scaler
Buffer 1
VID_DATA[7:0]
Vertical
Filter
Color
Space
Converter
Horizontal
Filter
8
Buffer 2
(3x360x32 bit)
Video
24
Color Key
Register
24
24
PIXEL[23:0]
Enable Gamma
Correction Register
24
Color
Compare
Bypass
24
24
Gamma
RAM
24
Dither
18
FP_DATA
8 each
DAC
RGB to CRT
Figure 4-23. 8-Bit Display Subsystem Extensions
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Video Accelerator
The CS5530A off-loads the processor from several computing-intensive tasks related to the playback of full motion
video. By incorporating this level of hardware-assist, a
CS5530A/GX1 processor based system can sustain 30
frames-per-second of MPEG quality video.
4.8.2.1 Line Buffers
The CS5530A accepts an 8-bit video stream from the processor and provides three full MPEG resolution line buffers
(3x360x32-bit). MPEG source horizontal resolutions up to
720 pixels are supported. By having three line buffers, the
display pipeline can read from two lines while the next line
of data is being loaded from the processor. This minimizes
memory bandwidth utilization by requiring that a source
line be transferred only once per frame. Peak bandwidth is
also reduced by requiring that the video source line be
transferred within the horizontal line time rather than forcing the transfer to occur during the active video window.
This efficient utilization of memory bandwidth allows the
processor and graphics accelerator an increased opportunity to access the memory subsystem and improves overall
system performance during video playback.
4.8.2.2 Video Port Protocol
The video port operates at one-half the processor’s core
clock rate and utilizes a two-wire handshake protocol. The
VID_VAL input signal indicates that valid data has been
placed on the VID_DATA[7:0] bus. When the CS5530A is
ready to accept data, it asserts VID_RDY to indicate that a
line buffer is free to accept the next line. When both
VID_VAL and VID_RDY are asserted, VID_DATA
advances.
The VID_RDY signal is driven by the CS5530A one clock
early to the processor while the VID_VAL signal is driven
by the processor coincident with valid data on VID_DATA. A
sample timing diagram is shown in Figure 4-24.
VID_CLK
VID_VAL
8 + 2CLKs
8 CLKs
2 CLKs
VID_RDY
VID_DATA[7:0]
3 CLKs
8 CLKs
Note: VID_CLK = CORE_CLK/2
Figure 4-24. Video Port Protocol
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The video input data can be in interleaved YUV 4:2:2 or
RGB 5:6:5 format. The sequence of the individual YUV
components is selectable to one of four formats via bits
[3:2] in the Video Configuration Register (F4BAR+Memory
Offset 00h[3:2]). The decode for these bits is shown in
Table 4-72.
Table 4-72. Video Input Format Bits
Bit
Description
F4BAR+Memory Offset 00h-03h
Video Configuration Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
31
Reserved: Set to 0
30
High Speed Timing for Video Interface: High speed timings for the video interface. 0 = Disable; 1= Enable.
If bit 30 is enabled, bit 25 should be set to 0.
29
16-bit Video Interface: Allow video interface to be 16 bits. 0 = Disable; 1= Enable.
If bit 29 is enabled, 8 bits of pixel data is used for video. The 24-bit pixel data is then dithered to 16 bits.
Note: F4BAR+Memory Offset 04h[25] should be set to the same value as this bit (bit 29).
28
YUV 4:2:2 or 4:2:0 Mode: 0 = 4:2:2 mode; 1= 4:2:0 mode.
If 4:2:0 mode is selected, bits [3:2] should be set to 01 for 8-bit video mode and 10 for 16-bit video mode.
Note: The GX1 processor does not support 4:2:0 mode.
27
Video Line Size (DWORDs): This is the MSB of the Video Line Size (DWORDs). See bits [15:8] for description.
26
Reserved: Set to 0
25
Early Video Ready: Generate VID_RDY output signal one-half VID_CLK period early to improve the speed of the video port
operation. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If bit 30 is enabled, this bit (bit 25) should be set to 0.
24
23:16
15:8
Initial Buffer Read Address: This is the MSB of the Initial Buffer Read Address. See bits [23:16] for description.
Initial Buffer Read Address: This field is used to preload the starting read address for the line buffers at the beginning of
each display line. It is used for hardware clipping of the video window at the left edge of the active display. It represents the
DWORD address of the source pixel which is to be displayed first. For an unclipped window, this value should be 0.
Video Line Size (DWORDs): This field represents the horizontal size of the source video data in DWORDs.
7
Y Filter Enable: Vertical filter. 0 = Disable; 1= Enable.
6
X Filter Enable: Horizontal filter. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
5
CSC Bypass: Allows color-space-converter to be bypassed. Primarily used for displaying an RGB graphics overlay rather
than a YUV video overlay. 0 = Overlay data passes through CSC; 1 = Overlay data bypasses CSC.
4
GV Select: Selects whether graphics or video data will be passed through the scaler hardware.
0 = Video data; 1 = Graphics data.
3:2
Video Input Format: This field defines the byte ordering of the video data on the VID_DATA bus.
8-Bit Mode (Value Byte Order [0:3])
16-Bit Mode (Value Byte Order [0:3])
00 = U Y0 V Y1 (also used for RGB 5:6:5 input)
01 = Y1 V Y0 U or 4:2:0
10 = Y0 U Y1 V
11 = Y0 V Y1 U
00 = U Y0 V Y1 (also used for RGB 5:6:5 input)
01 = Y0 U Y1 V
10 = Y1 V Y0 U or 4:2:0
11 = Reserved
If bit 28 is set for 4:2:0 mode, these bits (bits [3:2]) should be set to 01 for 8-bit video mode and 10 for 16-bit video mode.
Note: U = Cb, V = Cr
1
Video Register Update: Allow video position and scale registers to be updated simultaneously on next occurrence of
vertical sync. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
0
Video Enable: Video acceleration hardware. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
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4.8.2.4 X and Y Scaler / Filter
The CS5530A supports horizontal and vertical scaling of
the video stream up to eight times the source resolution.
The scaler uses a Digital-Differential-Analyzer (DDA)
based upon the values programmed in the Video Scale
Register (F4BAR+Memory Offset 10h, see Table 4-73)
The scaled video stream is then passed through horizontal
and vertical filters which perform a 2-tap, 8-phase bilinear
filter on the resulting stream. The filtering function removes
the “blockiness” of the scaled video thereby significantly
improving the quality of the displayed image.
By performing the scaling and filtering function in hardware, video performance is substantially improved over
pure software implementations by requiring that the
decompression software only output the video stream at
the native source resolution. This saves both processor
overhead and memory bandwidth.
4.8.2.5 Color-Space-Converter
After scaling and filtering have been applied, the YUV
video data is passed through the color-space converter to
obtain 24-bit RGB video data. The color-space conversion
equations are based on the CCIR Recommendation 601-1
as follows:
R = 1.164(Y–16) + 1.596(V–128)
G = 1.164(Y–16) – 0.813(V–128) – 0.391(U–128)
B = 1.164(Y–16) + 2.018(U–128)
The color-space converter clamps inputs to acceptable limits if the data is not well behaved. The color-space converter is bypassed for overlaying 16 bpp RGB graphics
data.
Table 4-73. Video Scale Register
Bit
Description
F4BAR+Memory Offset 10h-13h
Video Scale Register (R/W)
Reset Value = xxxxxxxxh
31:30
Reserved: Set to 0.
29:16
Video Y Scale Factor: This field represents the video window vertical scale factor according to the following
formula.
VID_Y_SCL = 8192 * (Ys - 1) / (Yd - 1)
Where:
Ys = Video source vertical size in lines
Yd = Video destination vertical size in lines
15:14
Reserved: Set to 0.
13:0
Video X Scale Factor: This field represents the video window horizontal scale factor according to the following
formula.
VID_X_SCL = 8192 * (Xs - 1) / (Xd - 1)
Where:
Xs = Video source horizontal size in pixels
Xd = Video destination horizontal size in pixels
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Video Overlay
The video data from the color-space converter is then
mixed with the graphics data based upon the video window
position. The video window position is programmable via
the Video X and Y Position Registers (F4BAR+Memory
Offset 08h and 0Ch). A color-keying mechanism is
employed to compare either the source (video) or destination (graphics) color to the color key programmed via the
Video Color Key Register (FBAR+Offset 14h) and to select
the appropriate pixel for display within the video window.
The range of the color key is programmable by setting the
appropriate bits in the Video Color Mask Register
(F4BAR+Memory Offset 18h). This mechanism greatly
reduces the software overhead for computing visible pixels,
and ensures that the video display window may be partially
occluded by overlapping graphics data. Tables 4-74 and 475 show the bit formats for these registers
The CS5530A accepts graphics data over the PIXEL[23:0]
interface from the GX1 processor at the screen DOT clock
rate. The CS5530A is capable of displaying graphics resolutions up to 1600x1200 at color depths up to 24 bits per
pixel (bpp) while simultaneously overlaying a video window.
However, system maximum resolution is not determined by
the CS5530A since it is not the source of the graphics data
and timings.
Table 4-74. Video X and Y Position Registers
Bit
Description
F4BAR+Memory Offset 08h-0Bh
Video X Register (R/W)
Reset Value = xxxxxxxxh
31:27
Reserved: Set to 0.
26:16
Video X End Position: This field represents the horizontal end position of the video window according to the following
formula. Position programmed = screen position + (H_TOTAL – H_SYNC_END) – 13.
15:11
Reserved: Set to 0.
10:0
Video X Start Position: This field represents the horizontal start position of the video window according to the following
formula. Position programmed = screen position + (H_TOTAL – H_SYNC_END) – 13.
F4BAR+Memory Offset 0Ch-0Fh
Video Y Register (R/W)
Reset Value = xxxxxxxxh
31:27
Reserved: Set to 0.
26:16
Video Y End Position: This field represents the vertical end position of the video window according to the following formula.
Position programmed = screen position + (V_TOTAL – V_SYNC_END) + 1.
15:11
Reserved: Set to 0.
10:0
Video Y Start Position: This field represents the vertical start position of the video window according to the following
formula. Position programmed = screen position + (V_TOTAL – V_SYNC_END) + 1.
Table 4-75. Video Color Registers
Bit
Description
F4BAR+Memory Offset 14h-17h
Video Color Key Register (R/W)
Reset Value = xxxxxxxxh
31:24
Reserved: Set to 0.
23:0
Video Color Key: This field represents the video color key. It is a 24-bit RGB value. The graphics or video data being
compared may be masked prior to the compare by programming the Video Color Mask Register (F4BAR+Memory Offset
18h) appropriately.
F4BAR+Memory Offset 18h-1Bh
Video Color Mask Register (R/W)
Reset Value = xxxxxxxxh
31:24
Reserved: Set to 0.
23:0
Video Color Mask: This field represents the video color mask. It is a 24-bit RGB value. Zeroes in the mask cause the
corresponding bits in the graphics or video stream being compared to be ignored.
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Gamma RAM
Either the graphics or video stream may be routed through
an on-chip gamma RAM (3x256x8-bit) which can be used
for gamma-correction of either data stream, or contrast/
brightness adjustments in the case of video data.
A bypass path is provided for either the graphics or video
stream (depending on which is sent through the gamma
RAM). The two streams are merged based on the results of
the color key compare.
Configuration for this feature and the display interface are
through the Display Configuration Register (F4BAR+Memory Offset 04h). Table 4-76 shows the bit formats for this
register.
Table 4-76. Display Configuration Register
Bit
Description
F4BAR+Memory Offset 04h-07h
31
30:28
Display Configuration Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
DDC Input Data (Read Only): This is the DDC input data bit for reads.
Reserved: Set to 0.
27
Flat Panel On (Read Only): This bit indicates whether the attached flat panel display is powered on or off. The bit transitions at the end of the power-up or power-down sequence. 0 = Off; 1 = On.
26
Reserved: Set to 0.
25
16-Bit Graphics Enable: This bit works in conjunction with the 16-bit Video Interface bit at F4BAR+Memory Offset 00h[29].
This bit should be set to the same value as the 16-bit Video Interface bit.
24
DDC Output Enable: This bit enables the DDC_SDA line to be driven for write data. 0 = DDC_SDA (pin M4) is an input;
1 = DDC_SDA (pin M4) is an output.
23
DDC Output Data: This is the DDC data bit.
22
DDC Clock: This is the DDC clock bit. It is used to clock the DDC_SDA bit.
21
Palette Bypass: Selects whether graphics or video data should bypass the gamma RAM.
0 = Video data; 1 = Graphics data.
20
Video/Graphics Color Key Select: Selects whether the video or graphics data stream will be used for color/chroma keying.
0 = Graphics data is compared to color key; 1 = Video data is compared to color key.
19:17
Power Sequence Delay: This field selects the number of frame periods that transpire between successive transitions of the
power sequence control lines. Valid values are 001 to 111.
16:14
CRT Sync Skew: This 3-bit field represents the number of pixel clocks to skew the horizontal and vertical syncs that are
sent to the CRT. This field should be programmed to 100 as the baseline. The syncs may be moved forward or backward relative to the pixel data via this register. It is used to compensate for the pipeline delay through the graphics pipeline.
13
Flat Panel Dither Enable: This bit enables flat panel dithering. It enables 24 bpp display data to be approximated with an
18-bit flat panel display. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
12
XGA Flat Panel: This bit enables the FP_CLK_ EVEN output signal which can be used to demultiplex the FP_DATA bus into
even and odd pixels. 0 = Standard flat panel; 1 = XGA flat panel.
11
Flat Panel Vertical Synchronization Polarity: Selects the flat panel vertical sync polarity.
0 = FP vertical sync is normally low, transitioning high during sync interval.
1 = FP vertical sync is normally high, transitioning low during sync interval.
10
Flat Panel Horizontal Synchronization Polarity: Selects the flat panel horizontal sync polarity.
0 = FP horizontal sync is normally low, transitioning high during sync interval.
1 = FP horizontal sync is normally high, transitioning low during sync interval.
9
CRT Vertical Synchronization Polarity: Selects the CRT vertical sync polarity.
0 = CRT vertical sync is normally low, transitioning high during sync interval.
1 = CRT vertical sync is normally high, transitioning low during sync interval.
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8
CRT Horizontal Synchronization Polarity: Selects the CRT horizontal sync polarity.
0 = CRT horizontal sync is normally low, transitioning high during sync interval.
1 = CRT horizontal sync is normally high, transitioning low during sync interval.
7
Flat Panel Data Enable: Enables the flat panel data bus.
0 = FP_DATA [17:0] is forced low;
1 = FP_DATA [17:0] is driven based upon power sequence control.
6
Flat Panel Power Enable: The transition of this bit initiates a flat panel power-up or power-down sequence.
0 -> 1 = Power-up flat panel;
1 -> 0 = Power-down flat panel.
5
DAC Power-Down (active low): This bit must be set to power-up the video DACs. It can be cleared to power-down the
video DACs when not in use. 0 = DACs are powered down; 1 = DACs are powered up.
4
Reserved: Set to 0.
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Bit
Description
3
DAC Blank Enable: This bit enables the blank to the video DACs.
0 = DACs are constantly blanked; 1 = DACs are blanked normally.
2
CRT Vertical Sync Enable: Enables the CRT vertical sync. Used for VESA DPMS support. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
1
CRT Horizontal Sync Enable: Enables the CRT horizontal sync. Used for VESA DPMS support.
0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
0
Display Enable: Enables the graphics display pipeline. It is used as a reset for the display control logic.
0 = Reset display control logic; 1 = Enable display control logic.
4.8.5
Display Interface
The CS5530A interfaces directly to a variety of display
devices including conventional analog CRT displays, TFT
flat panels, or optionally to digital NTSC/PAL encoder
devices.
4.8.5.1 Video DACs
The CS5530A incorporates three 8-bit video Digital-to-Analog Converters (DACs) for interfacing directly to CRT displays. The video DACs meet the VESA specification and
are capable of operation up to 157.5 MHz for supporting up
to 1280x1024 display at a 85 Hz refresh rate and are VESA
compliant.
4.8.5.2 VESA DDC2B / DPMS
The CS5530A supports the VESA DDC2B and DPMS
standards for enhanced monitor communications and
power management support.
4.8.5.3 Flat Panel Support
The CS5530A also interfaces directly to industry standard
18-bit Active Matrix Thin-Film-Transistor (TFT) flat panels.
The CS5530A includes 24-bit to 18-bit dithering logic to
increase the apparent number of colors displayed on 18-bit
flat panels.
Flat Panel Power-Up/Down Sequence
When the Flat Panel Power Enable bit (F4BAR+Memory
Offset 04h[6]) transitions from a 0 to 1, the FP_ENA_VDD
signal is enabled. This is followed by the data bus (including syncs and ENA_DISP). Finally, FP_ENA_BKL is
enabled. The time between each of these successive
stages is set by the value of the Power Sequence Delay
bits (F4BAR+Memory Offset 04h[19:17]). The value in
these bits refer to the number of graphics frames that will
elapse between each successive enabling of the TFT signals. For example, if the Power Sequence Delay is set to 3h
(011b), then three frame times will elapse between the time
when FP_ENA_VDD is transitioned and the data bus is
transitioned. Likewise, three frame times will elapse
between the data bus getting enabled and the
FP_ENA_BKL is transitioned. If the panel is being
refreshed at 100 Hz, each frame lasts 1 ms. So, if the
Power Sequence Delay is set to 3, 3 ms will elapse
between transitions. When powering off the panel, the signals are transitioned in the opposite order (FP_ENA_BKL,
data bus, FP_ENA_VDD) using the same Power Sequence
Delay in the power-down sequence.
In addition, the CS5530A incorporates power sequencing
logic to simplify the design of a portable system.
If flat panel support is not required, the flat panel output
port may be used to supply digital video data to one of several types of NTSC/PAL encoder devices on the market.
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Universal Serial Bus Support
Universal Serial Bus Support
The CS5530A integrates a Universal Serial Bus (USB) controller which supports two ports. The USB controller is
OpenHCI compliant, a standard developed by Compaq,
Microsoft, and National Semiconductor. The USB core consists of three main interface blocks: the USB PCI interface
controller, the USB host controller, and the USB interface
controller. Legacy keyboard and mouse controllers are also
supported for DOS compatibility with those USB devices.
Table 4-77. USB PCI Configuration Registers
USB
Index
Type
Name
00h-01h
RO
Vendor Identification
02h-03h
RO
Device Identification
04h-05h
R/W
Command Register
06h-07h
R/W
Status Register
08h
RO
Device Revision ID
09h-0Bh
RO
Class Code
0Ch
R/W
Cache Line Size
0Dh
R/W
Latency Timer
0Eh
RO
Header Type
0Fh
RO
BIST Register
The PCI controller interfaces the host controller to the PCI
bus. As a master, the PCI controller is responsible for running cycles on the PCI bus on behalf of the host controller.
As a target, the PCI controller monitors the cycles on the
PCI bus and determines when to respond to these cycles.
The USB core is a PCI target when it decodes cycles to its
internal PCI configuration registers or to its internal PCI
memory mapped I/O registers.
10h-13h
R/W
Base Address Register (USB
BAR): Sets the base address of
the memory mapped USB controller registers.
14h-3Bh
--
The USB core is implemented as a unique PCI device in
the CS5530A. It has its own PCI Header and Configuration
space. It is a single-function device, containing only Function #0. Depending on the state of the HOLD_REQ# strap
pin at reset, its PCI Device Number for Configuration
accesses varies:
This document must be used along with the following public
domain reference documents for a complete functional
description of the USB controller:
• USB Specification Revision 1.0
• OpenHCI Specification, Revision 1.0
• PCI Specification, Version 2.1
4.9.1
USB PCI Controller
If HOLD_REQ# is low, it uses pin AD29 as its IDSEL
input, appearing as Device #13h in a Geode system.
If HOLD_REQ# is high, it uses pin AD27 as its IDSEL
input, appearing as Device #11h in a Geode system.
Reserved
3Ch
R/W
Interrupt Line Register
3Dh
RO
Interrupt Pin Register
3Eh
RO
Min. Grant Register
3Fh
RO
Max. Latency Register
40h-43h
R/W
ASIC Test Mode Enable Register
44h-45h
R/W
ASIC Operational Mode Enable
46h-47h
--
Reserved
48h-FFh
--
Reserved
The USB core is also affected by some bits in registers
belonging to the other (Chipset) device of the CS5530A. In
particular, the USB device can be disabled through the
Chipset device, F0 Index 43h[0], and its IDSEL can be
remapped by changing F0 Index 44h[6] (though this also
affects the Chipset device's IDSEL and is not recommended).
All registers can be accessed via 8-, 16-, or 32-bit cycles
(i.e., each byte is individually selected by the byte enables).
Registers marked as Reserved, and reserved bits within a
register are not implemented and should not be modified.
These registers are summarized in Table 4-77. For complete bit information, see Table 5-25 "USB Index xxh: USB
PCI Configuration Registers" on page 205.
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USB Host Controller
In the USB core is the operational control block. It is
responsible for the host controller's operational states
(Suspend, Disable, Enable), special USB signals (Reset,
Resume), status, interrupt control, and host controller configuration.
The host controller interface registers are memory mapped
registers, mapped by USB F0 Index 10h (Base Address
Register). These memory mapped registers are summarized in Table 4-78. For bit definitions, refer to Table 5-26
"USB BAR+Memory Offset xxh: USB Controller Registers"
on page 208.
Table 4-78. USB Controller Registers
USB BAR+
Memory
Offset
Type
Name
00h-03h
R/W
HcRevision
04h-07h
R/W
HcControl
08h-0Bh
R/W
HcCommandStatus
0Ch-0Fh
R/W
HcInterruptStatus
10h-13h
R/W
HcInterruptEnable
14h-17h
R/W
HcInterruptDisable
18h-1Bh
R/W
HcHCCA
At this time, USB supports minimal system level power
management features. The only power management feature implemented is the disabling of the USB clock generator in USB Suspend state. Additional power management
features require slight modifications.
1Ch-1Fh
R/W
HcPeriodCurrentED
20h-23h
R/W
HcControlHeadED
24h-27h
R/W
HcControlCurrentED
28h-2Bh
R/W
HcBulkHeadED
The design supports PCICLK frequencies from 0 to 33
MHz. Synchronization between the PCI and USB clock
domains is frequency independent. Remote wakeup of
USB is asynchronously implemented from the USB Ports
to PCI INTA#.
2Ch-2Fh
R/W
HcBulkCurrentED
30h-33h
R/W
HcDoneHead
34h-37h
R/W
HcFmInterval
38h-3Bh
RO
HcFrameRemaining
3Ch-3Fh
RO
HcFmNumber
40h-43h
R/W
HcPeriodicStart
44h-47h
R/W
HcLSThreshold
48h-4Bh
R/W
HcRhDescriptorA
4Ch-4Fh
R/W
HcRhDescriptorB
50h-53h
R/W
HcRhStatus
54h-57h
R/W
HcRhPortStatus[1]
58h-5Bh
R/W
HcRhPortStatus[2]
5Ch-5Fh
--
Reserved
60h-9Fh
--
Reserved
4.9.3
USB Power Management
The design needs USBCLK to be operational at all times. If
it is necessary to stop the 48 MHz clock, the system design
requires that the signal used to enable/disable the USB
clock generators is also used to wake the 48 MHz clock
source. Currently, the RemoteWakeupConnected and
RemoteWakeupEnable bits in the HcControl register are
not implemented.
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R/W
HceControl
104h-107h
R/W
HceInput
108h-10Dh
R/W
HceOutput
10Ch-10Fh
R/W
HceStatus
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5.0Register Descriptions
The Geode CS5530A is a multi-function device. Its register
space can be broadly divided into four categories in which
specific types of registers are located:
The ISA Legacy I/O Register Space contains all the legacy compatibility I/O ports that are internal, trapped, shadowed, or snooped.
1)
Chipset Register Space (F0-F4)
2)
USB Controller Register Space (PCIUSB)
3)
ISA Legacy I/O Register Space (I/O Port)
4)
V-ACPI I/O Register Space (I/O Port)
The V-ACPI I/O Register Space contains two types of registers: Fixed Feature and General Purpose. These registers are emulated by the SMI handling code rather than
existing in physical hardware. To the ACPI-compliant operating system, the SMI-base virtualization is transparent. An
ACPI compliant system is one whose underlying BIOS,
device drivers, chipset and peripherals conform to revision
1.0 or newer of the Advanced Control and Power Interface
specification.
The Chipset and the USB Controller Register Spaces are
accessed through the PCI interface using the PCI Type
One Configuration Mechanism.
The Chipset Register Space of the CS5530A is comprised of five separate functions (F0-F4) each with its own
register space consisting of PCI header registers and
memory or I/O mapped registers.
F0: Bridge Configuration Registers
F1: SMI Status and ACPI Timer Registers
F2: IDE Controller Registers
F3: XpressAUDIO™ Subsystem Registers
F4: Video Controller Registers
The PCI header is a 256-byte region used for configuring a
PCI device or function. The first 64 bytes are the same for
all PCI devices and are predefined by the PCI specification.
These registers are used to configure the PCI for the
device. The rest of the 256-byte region is used to configure
the device or function itself.
The USB Controller Register Space consists of the standard PCI header registers. The USB controller supports
two ports and is OpenHCI-compliant.
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The CS5530A V-ACPI (Virtual ACPI) solution provides the
following support:
• CPU States — C1, C2
• Sleep States — S1, S2, S4, S4BIOS, S5
• Embedded Controller (Optional) — SCI and SWI event
inputs
• General Purpose Events — Fully programmable GPE0
Event Block registers
The remaining subsections of this chapter are as follows:
• A brief discussion on how to access the registers
located in the PCI Configuration Space
• Register summary
• Detailed bit formats of all registers
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PCI Configuration Space and Access Methods
Configuration cycles are generated in the processor. All
configuration registers in the CS5530A are accessed
through the PCI interface using the PCI Type One Configuration Mechanism. This mechanism uses two DWORD I/O
locations at 0CF8h and 0CFCh. The first location (0CF8h)
references the Configuration Address Register. The second location (0CFCh) references the Configuration Data
Register.
To access PCI configuration space, write the Configuration
Address (0CF8h) Register with data that specifies the
CS5530A as the device on PCI being accessed, along with
the configuration register offset. On the following cycle, a
read or write to the Configuration Data Register (CDR)
causes a PCI configuration cycle to the CS5530A. BYTE,
WORD, or DWORD accesses are allowed to the CDR at
0CFCh, 0CFDh, 0CFEh, or 0CFFh.
The CS5530A has six configuration register sets, one for
each function (F0-F4) and USB (PCIUSB). Base Address
Registers (BARs) in the PCI header registers are pointers
for additional I/O or memory mapped configuration registers.
Table 4-1 shows the PCI Configuration Address Register
(0CF8h) and how to access the PCI header registers.
Table 5-1. PCI Configuration Address Register (0CF8h)
31
30
24
23
16
15
11
10
8
7
2
1
0
Configuration
Space Mapping
RSVD
Bus Number
Device Number
Function
Index
DWORD
00
1 (Enable)
000 0000
0000 0000
xxxx x (Note)
xxx
xxxx xx
00 (Always)
1001 0 or 1000 0
000
Index
1001 0 or 1000 0
001
Index
1001 0 or 1000 0
010
Index
1001 0 or 1000 0
011
Index
1001 0 or 1000 0
100
Index
1001 1 or 1000 1
000
Index
Function 0 (F0): Bridge Configuration Register Space
80h
0000 0000
Function 1 (F1): SMI Status and ACPI Timer Register Space
80h
0000 0000
Function 2 (F2): IDE Controller Register Space
80h
0000 0000
Function 3 (F3): XpressAUDIO™ Subsystem Register Space
80h
0000 0000
Function 4 (F4): Video Controller Register Space
80h
0000 0000
PCIUSB: USB Controller Register Space
80h
0000 0000
Note: The device number depends upon the strapping of pin H26 (HOLD_REQ#) during POR.
Strap pin H26 low: IDSEL = AD28 for Chipset Register Space and AD29 for USB Register Space
Strap pin H26 high: IDSEL = AD26 for Chipset Register Space and AD27 for USB Register Space
The strapping of pin H26 can be read back in F0 Index 44h[6].
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Register Summary
The tables in this subsection summarize all the registers of the CS5530A. Included in the tables are the register’s reset values and page references where the bit formats are found.
Table 5-2. Function 0: PCI Header and Bridge Configuration Registers Summary
F0 Index
00h-01h
Width
(Bits)
Type
16
RO
Name
Reset
Value
Reference
(Table 5-15)
Vendor Identification Register
1078h
Page 155
Page 155
02h-03h
16
RO
Device Identification Register
0100h
04h-05h
16
R/W
PCI Command Register
000Fh
Page 155
06h-07h
16
R/W
PCI Status Register
0280h
Page 155
08h
8
RO
Device Revision ID Register
xxh
Page 156
09h-0Bh
24
RO
PCI Class Code Register
0Ch
8
R/W
0Dh
8
0Eh
8
0Fh
10h-1Fh
20h-3Fh
060100h
Page 156
PCI Cache Line Size Register
00h
Page 156
R/W
PCI Latency Timer Register
00h
Page 156
RO
PCI Header Type Register
80h
Page 156
8
RO
PCI BIST Register
00h
Page 156
--
--
Reserved
xxh
Page 156
--
--
Reserved
00h
Page 156
40h
8
R/W
PCI Function Control Register 1
89h
Page 156
41h
8
R/W
PCI Function Control Register 2
10h
Page 157
42h
8
R/W
PCI Function Control Register 3
ACh
Page 157
43h
8
R/W
USB Shadow Register
03h
Page 157
44h
8
R/W
Reset Control Register
01h
Page 158
45h-4Fh
--
--
Reserved
00h
Page 158
50h
8
R/W
PIT Control/ISA CLK Divider
7Bh
Page 158
51h
8
R/W
ISA I/O Recovery Control Register
40h
Page 159
52h
8
R/W
ROM/AT Logic Control Register
F8h
Page 159
53h
8
R/W
Alternate CPU Support Register
00h
Page 159
54h-59h
--
--
Reserved
xxh
Page 160
5Ah
8
R/W
Decode Control Register 1
03h
Page 160
5Bh
8
R/W
Decode Control Register 2
20h
Page 160
5Ch
8
R/W
PCI Interrupt Steering Register 1
00h
Page 160
5Dh
8
R/W
PCI Interrupt Steering Register 2
00h
Page 161
5Eh-6Fh
--
--
Reserved
xxh
Page 161
70h-71h
16
R/W
General Purpose Chip Select Base Address Register
0000h
Page 161
72h
8
R/W
General Purpose Chip Select Control Register
00h
Page 161
73h-7Fh
--
--
Reserved
xxh
Page 161
80h
8
R/W
Power Management Enable Register 1
00h
Page 161
81h
8
R/W
Power Management Enable Register 2
00h
Page 162
82h
8
R/W
Power Management Enable Register 3
00h
Page 163
83h
8
R/W
Power Management Enable Register 4
00h
Page 164
84h
8
RO
Second Level Power Management Status Mirror Register 1
00h
Page 165
85h
8
RO
Second Level Power Management Status Mirror Register 2
00h
Page 165
86h
8
RO
Second Level Power Management Status Mirror Register 3
00h
Page 166
87h
8
RO
Second Level Power Management Status Mirror Register 4
00h
Page 166
88h
8
R/W
General Purpose Timer 1 Count Register
00h
Page 167
89h
8
R/W
General Purpose Timer 1 Control Register
00h
Page 167
8Ah
8
R/W
General Purpose Timer 2 Count Register
00h
Page 168
8Bh
8
R/W
General Purpose Timer 2 Control Register
00h
Page 168
8Ch
8
R/W
IRQ Speedup Timer Count Register
00h
Page 168
8Dh
8
R/W
Video Speedup Timer Count Register
00h
Page 169
8Eh
8
R/W
VGA Timer Count Register
00h
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F0 Index
8Fh
Width
(Bits)
Type
--
--
Name
Reserved
Reset
Value
Reference
(Table 5-15)
xxh
Page 169
90h
8
R/W
GPIO Pin Direction Register 1
00h
Page 169
91h
8
R/W
GPIO Pin Data Register 1
00h
Page 169
92h
8
R/W
GPIO Control Register 1
00h
Page 169
93h
8
R/W
Miscellaneous Device Control Register
00h
Page 170
94h
8
R/W
Suspend Modulation OFF Count Register
00h
Page 170
95h
8
R/W
Suspend Modulation ON Count Register
00h
Page 170
96h
8
R/W
Suspend Configuration Register
00h
Page 171
97h
8
R/W
GPIO Control Register 2
00h
Page 171
98h-99h
16
R/W
Primary Hard Disk Idle Timer Count Register
0000h
Page 172
9Ah-9Bh
16
R/W
Floppy Disk Idle Timer Count Register
0000h
Page 172
9Ch-9Dh
16
R/W
Parallel / Serial Idle Timer Count Register
0000h
Page 172
9Eh-9Fh
16
R/W
Keyboard / Mouse Idle Timer Count Register
0000h
Page 172
A0h-A1h
16
R/W
User Defined Device 1 Idle Timer Count Register
0000h
Page 172
A2h-A3h
16
R/W
User Defined Device 2 Idle Timer Count Register
0000h
Page 172
A4h-A5h
16
R/W
User Defined Device 3 Idle Timer Count Register
0000h
Page 173
A6h-A7h
16
R/W
Video Idle Timer Count Register
0000h
Page 173
A8h-A9h
16
R/W
Video Overflow Count Register
0000h
Page 173
AAh-ABh
--
--
xxh
Page 173
ACh-ADh
16
R/W
Secondary Hard Disk Idle Timer Count Register
0000h
Page 173
AEh
8
WO
CPU Suspend Command Register
00h
Page 173
AFh
8
WO
Suspend Notebook Command Register
00h
Page 174
B0h-B3h
--
--
Reserved
xxh
Page 174
B4h
8
RO
Floppy Port 3F2h Shadow Register
xxh
Page 174
B5h
8
RO
Floppy Port 3F7h Shadow Register
xxh
Page 174
B6h
8
RO
Floppy Port 1F2h Shadow Register
xxh
Page 174
B7h
8
RO
Floppy Port 1F7h Shadow Register
xxh
Page 174
B8h
8
RO
DMA Shadow Register
xxh
Page 174
B9h
8
RO
PIC Shadow Register
xxh
Page 175
BAh
8
RO
PIT Shadow Register
xxh
Page 175
BBh
8
RO
RTC Index Shadow Register
xxh
Page 175
BCh
8
R/W
Clock Stop Control Register
00h
Page 175
BDh-BFh
--
--
Reserved
xxh
Page 176
C0h-C3h
32
R/W
User Defined Device 1 Base Address Register
00000000h
Page 176
C4h-C7h
32
R/W
User Defined Device 2 Base Address Register
00000000h
Page 176
C8h-CBh
32
R/W
User Defined Device 3 Base Address Register
00000000h
Page 176
CCh
8
R/W
User Defined Device 1 Control Register
00h
Page 176
CDh
8
R/W
User Defined Device 2 Control Register
00h
Page 176
CEh
8
R/W
User Defined Device 3 Control Register
00h
Page 176
CFh
--
--
Reserved
xxh
Page 177
D0h
8
WO
Software SMI Register
00h
Page 177
D1h-EBh
--
--
Page 177
ECh
8
R/W
EDh-F3h
--
--
F4h
8
F5h
8
F6h
Reserved
Reserved
xxh
Timer Test Register
00h
Page 177
Reserved
xxh
Page 177
RC
Second Level Power Management Status Register 1
00h
Page 177
RC
Second Level Power Management Status Register 2
00h
Page 177
8
RC
Second Level Power Management Status Register 3
00h
Page 178
F7h
8
RO/RC
Second Level Power Management Status Register 4
00h
Page 179
F8h-FFh
--
--
Reserved
xxh
Page 179
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Table 5-3. Function 1: PCI Header Registers for SMI Status and ACPI Timer Summary
F1 Index
00h-01h
Width
(Bits)
Type
16
RO
Reset Value
Reference
(Table 5-16)
Vendor Identification Register
1078h
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Name
02h-03h
16
RO
Device Identification Register
0101h
04h-05h
16
R/W
PCI Command Register
0000h
Page 180
06h-07h
16
RO
PCI Status Register
0280h
Page 180
08h
8
RO
Device Revision ID Register
00h
Page 180
09h-0Bh
24
RO
PCI Class Code Register
068000h
Page 180
0Ch
8
RO
PCI Cache Line Size Register
00h
Page 180
0Dh
8
RO
PCI Latency Timer Register
00h
Page 180
0Eh
8
RO
PCI Header Type Register
00h
Page 180
00h
Page 180
00000000h
Page 180
0Fh
8
RO
PCI BIST Register
10h-13h
32
R/W
Base Address Register (F1BAR): Sets base address for
memory mapped SMI status and ACPI timer support registers (summarized in Table 4-4).
14h-3Fh
--
--
40h-FFh
Reserved
00h
Page 180
Reserved
xxh
Page 180
Table 5-4. F1BAR: SMI Status and ACPI Timer Registers Summary
F1BAR+
Memory
Offset
Width
(Bits)
Type
Name
Reset
Value
Reference
(Table 5-17)
00h-01h
16
02h-03h
16
RO
Top SMI Status Mirror Register
0000h
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RC
Top SMI Status Register
0000h
04h-05h
Page 181
16
RO
Second Level General Traps & Timers Status Mirror
0000h
Page 182
06h-07h
16
RC
Second Level General Traps & Timers Status Register
0000h
Page 182
08h-09h
16
Read to
Enable
SMI Speedup Disable Register
0000h
Page 183
0Ah-1Bh
--
--
xxh
Page 183
1Ch-1Fh
32
RO
00FFFFFCh
Page 183
xxh
Page 183
Reserved
ACPI Timer Count
Note: The ACPI Timer Count Register is accessible through
I/O Port 121Ch.
20h-4Fh
50h-FFh
--
--
Reserved
Note: The registers located at F1BAR+Memory Offset 50h-FFh can also be accessed at F0 Index 50h-FFh. The preferred method is to program these registers through the F0 Register Space. Refer to Table 5-2 "Function 0: PCI
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Table 5-5. Function 2: PCI Header Registers for IDE Controller Summary
F2 Index
00h-01h
Width
(Bits)
Type
16
RO
Name
Reset
Value
Reference
(Table 5-18)
Vendor Identification Register
1078h
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02h-03h
16
RO
Device Identification Register
0102h
04h-05h
16
R/W
PCI Command Register
0000h
Page 184
06h-07h
16
RO
PCI Status Register
0280h
Page 184
08h
8
RO
Device Revision ID Register
00h
Page 184
09h-0Bh
24
RO
PCI Class Code Register
010180h
Page 184
0Ch
8
RO
PCI Cache Line Size Register
00h
Page 184
0Dh
8
RO
PCI Latency Timer Register
00h
Page 184
0Eh
8
RO
PCI Header Type Register
00h
Page 184
0Fh
8
RO
PCI BIST Register
00h
Page 184
10h-1Fh
--
--
Reserved
00h
Page 184
20h-23h
32
R/W
00000001h
Page 184
24h-3Fh
--
--
Reserved
00h
Page 184
40h-FFh
--
--
Reserved
xxh
Page 184
Base Address Register (F2BAR): Sets base address for I/O
mapped IDE controller configuration registers (summarized
in Table 4-6).
Table 5-6. F2BAR: IDE Controller Configuration Registers Summary
F2BAR+
I/O Offset
Width
(Bits)
Type
Name
Reset
Value
Reference
(Table 5-19)
00h
8
R/W
IDE Bus Master 0 Command Register: Primary
00h
Page 185
01h
--
--
02h
8
R/W
Reserved
xxh
Page 185
IDE Bus Master 0 Status Register: Primary
00h
03h
--
--
Page 185
Reserved
xxh
Page 185
04h-07h
32
R/W
00000000h
Page 185
08h
8
R/W
09h
--
--
0Ah
8
R/W
0Bh
--
--
0Ch-0Fh
32
R/W
10h-1Fh
--
--
20h-23h
32
R/W
24h-27h
32
28h-2Bh
2Ch-2Fh
IDE Bus Master 0 PRD Table Address: Primary
IDE Bus Master 1 Command Register: Secondary
00h
Page 185
Reserved
xxh
Page 185
IDE Bus Master 1 Status Register: Secondary
00h
Page 185
Reserved
xxh
Page 186
00000000h
Page 186
IDE Bus Master 1 PRD Table Address: Secondary
xxh
Page 186
Channel 0 Drive 0: PIO Register
0000E132h
Page 186
R/W
Channel 0 Drive 0: DMA Control Register
00077771h
Page 187
32
R/W
Channel 0 Drive 1: PIO Register
0000E132h
Page 187
32
R/W
Channel 0 Drive 1: DMA Control Register
00077771h
Page 187
30h-33h
32
R/W
Channel 1 Drive 0: PIO Register
0000E132h
Page 187
34h-37h
32
R/W
Channel 1 Drive 0: DMA Control Register
00077771h
Page 187
38h-3Bh
32
R/W
Channel 1 Drive 1: PIO Register
0000E132h
Page 187
3Ch-3Fh
32
R/W
Channel 1 Drive 1: DMA Control Register
00077771h
Page 187
40h-FFh
--
--
xxh
Page 187
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Reserved
Reserved
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Table 5-7. Function 3: PCI Header Registers for XpressAUDIO™ Subsystem Summary
F3 Index
00h-01h
Width
(Bits)
Type
16
RO
Name
Reset
Value
Reference
(Table 5-20)
Vendor Identification Register
1078h
Page 188
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02h-03h
16
RO
Device Identification Register
0103h
04h-05h
16
R/W
PCI Command Register
0000h
Page 188
06h-07h
16
RO
PCI Status Register
0280h
Page 188
08h
8
RO
Device Revision ID Register
00h
Page 188
09h-0Bh
24
RO
PCI Class Code Register
040100h
Page 188
0Ch
8
RO
PCI Cache Line Size Register
00h
Page 188
0Dh
8
RO
PCI Latency Timer Register
00h
Page 188
0Eh
8
RO
PCI Header Type Register
00h
Page 188
00h
Page 188
00000000h
Page 188
0Fh
8
RO
PCI BIST Register
10h-13h
32
R/W
Base Address Register (F3BAR): Sets base address for
memory mapped XpressAUDIO™ subsystem configuration
registers (summarized in Table 4-8).
14h-3Fh
--
--
Reserved
00h
Page 188
40h-FFh
--
--
Reserved
xxh
Page 188
Table 5-8. F3BAR: XpressAUDIO™ Subsystem Configuration Registers Summary
F3BAR+
Memory
Offset
Width
(Bits)
Type
Name
Reset Value
Reference
(Table 5-21)
Page 189
00h-03h
32
R/W
Codec GPIO Status Register
00100000h
04h-07h
32
R/W
Codec GPIO Control Register
00000000h
Page 189
08h-0Bh
32
R/W
Codec Status Register
00000000h
Page 189
0Ch-0Fh
32
R/W
Codec Command Register
00000000h
Page 189
10h-11h
16
RO
Second Level Audio SMI Source Mirror Register
0000h
Page 189
12h-13h
16
RC
Second Level Audio SMI Source Register
0000h
Page 190
14h-17h
32
RO/RC
00000000h
Page 191
18h-19h
16
R/W
I/O Trap SMI Enable Register
0000h
Page 192
1Ah-1Bh
16
R/W
Internal IRQ Enable Register
0000h
Page 193
1Ch-1Dh
16
R/W
Internal IRQ Control Register
0000h
Page 193
1Eh-1Fh
16
WO
Internal IRQ Mask Register
xxxxh
Page 193
20h
8
R/W
Audio Bus Master 0 Command Register
00h
Page 194
21h
8
RC
Audio Bus Master 0 SMI Status Register
00h
Page 194
22h-23h
--
--
Reserved
xxh
Page 194
24h-27h
32
R/W
Audio Bus Master 0 PRD Table Address
00000000h
Page 194
28h
8
R/W
Audio Bus Master 1 Command Register
00h
Page 194
29h
8
RC
Audio Bus Master 1 SMI Status Register
00h
Page 194
2Ah-2Bh
--
--
Reserved
xxh
Page 195
2Ch-2Fh
32
R/W
Audio Bus Master 1 PRD Table Address
00000000h
Page 195
30h
8
R/W
Audio Bus Master 2 Command Register
00h
Page 195
31h
8
RC
Audio Bus Master 2 SMI Status Register
00h
Page 195
32h-33h
--
--
Reserved
xxh
Page 195
34h-37h
32
R/W
Audio Bus Master 2 PRD Table Address
00000000h
Page 195
38h
8
R/W
Audio Bus Master 3 Command Register
00h
Page 195
39h
8
RC
Audio Bus Master 3 SMI Status Register
00h
Page 196
3Ah-3Bh
--
--
Reserved
xxh
Page 196
3Ch-3Fh
32
R/W
00000000h
Page 196
I/O Trap SMI and Fast Write Status Register
Audio Bus Master 3 PRD Table Address
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F3BAR+
Memory
Offset
Width
(Bits)
Type
Name
Reset Value
Reference
(Table 5-21)
40h
8
R/W
41h
8
RC
Audio Bus Master 4 Command Register
00h
Page 196
Audio Bus Master 4 SMI Status Register
00h
Page 196
xxh
Page 196
42h-43h
--
--
44h-47h
32
R/W
Audio Bus Master 4 PRD Table Address
00000000h
Page 197
48h
8
R/W
Audio Bus Master 5 Command Register
00h
Page 197
49h
8
RC
Audio Bus Master 5 SMI Status Register
00h
Page 197
xxh
Page 197
4Ah-4Bh
--
--
4Ch-4Fh
32
R/W
50h-FFh
--
--
Reserved
Reserved
Audio Bus Master 5 PRD Table Address
Reserved
00000000h
Page 197
xxh
Page 197
Table 5-9. Function 4: PCI Header Registers for Video Controller Summary
F4 Index
Width
(Bits)
Type
Name
Reset
Value
Reference
(Table 5-22)
00h-01h
16
RO
Vendor Identification
1078h
Page 198
02h-03h
16
RO
Device Identification
0104h
Page 198
04h-05h
16
R/W
PCI Command
0000h
Page 198
06h-07h
16
RO
PCI Status
0280h
Page 198
08h
8
RO
Device Revision ID
00h
Page 198
09h-0Bh
24
RO
PCI Class Code
030000h
Page 198
0Ch
8
RO
PCI Cache Line Size
00h
Page 198
0Dh
8
RO
PCI Latency Timer
00h
Page 198
0Eh
8
RO
PCI Header Type
00h
Page 198
0Fh
8
RO
PCI BIST Register
00h
Page 198
10h-13h
32
R/W
Base Address Register (F4BAR): Sets base address for
memory mapped video controller configuration registers
(summarized in Table 4-10).
00000000h
Page 198
14h-3Fh
--
--
Reserved
00h
Page 198
40h-FFh
--
--
Reserved
xxh
Page 198
x
Table 5-10. F4BAR: Video Controller Configuration Registers Summary
F4BAR+
Memory
Offset
Width
(Bits)
Type
Reset
Value
Register Name
Reference
(Table 5-23)
00h-03h
32
R/W
Video Configuration Register
00000000h
Page 199
04h-07h
32
R/W
Display Configuration Register
x0000000h
Page 200
08h-0Bh
32
R/W
Video X Register
xxxxxxxxh
Page 201
0Ch-0Fh
32
R/W
Video Y Register
xxxxxxxxh
Page 201
10h-13h
32
R/W
Video Scale Register
xxxxxxxxh
Page 201
14h-17h
32
R/W
Video Color Key Register
xxxxxxxxh
Page 201
18h-1Bh
32
R/W
Video Color Mask Register
xxxxxxxxh
Page 201
1Ch-1Fh
32
R/W
Palette Address Register
xxxxxxxxh
Page 201
20h-23h
32
R/W
Palette Data Register
xxxxxxxxh
Page 201
24h-27h
32
R/W
Dot Clock Configuration Register
00000000h
Page 202
28h-2Bh
32
R/W
CRC Signature and TFT/TV Configuration Register
00000100h
Page 203
2Ch-FFh
--
--
xxh
Page 203
150
Reserved
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Table 5-11. USB PCI Configuration Registers Summary
Width
(Bits)
Type
00h-01h
16
RO
02h-03h
16
04h-05h
16
06h-07h
16
08h
8
09h-0Bh
24
RO
Class Code
0Ch
8
R/W
Cache Line Size
00h
Page 206
0Dh
8
R/W
Latency Timer
00h
Page 206
0Eh
8
RO
Header Type
00h
Page 206
USB Index
Reset Value
Reference
(Table 5-25)
Vendor Identification
0E11h
Page 205
RO
Device Identification
A0F8h
Page 205
R/W
Command Register
0000h
Page 205
R/W
Status Register
0280h
Page 205
RO
Device Revision ID
06h
Page 206
0C0310h
Page 206
Name
0Fh
8
RO
BIST Register
10h-13h
32
R/W
Base Address Register (USB BAR): Sets the base address
of the memory mapped USB controller registers. Refer to
Table 5-26 for the USB controller register bit formats and
reset values.
00h
Page 206
00000000h
Page 206
14h-3Bh
--
--
3Ch
8
R/W
Reserved
xxh
Page 206
Interrupt Line Register
00h
3Dh
8
RO
Page 206
Interrupt Pin Register
01h
3Eh
8
Page 206
RO
Min. Grant Register
00h
Page 206
3Fh
8
RO
Max. Latency Register
40h-43h
32
R/W
ASIC Test Mode Enable Register
44h-45h
16
R/W
46h-47h
--
--
Reserved
48h-FFh
--
--
Reserved
50h
Page 206
000F0000h
Page 206
0000h
Page 206
00h
Page 207
xxh
Page 207
Reset Value
Reference
(Table 5-26)
Page 208
ASIC Operational Mode Enable
Table 5-12. USB BAR: USB Controller Registers Summary
USB BAR+
Memory
Offset
Width
(Bits)
Type
Name
00h-03h
32
R/W
HcRevision
00000110h
04h-07h
32
R/W
HcControl
00000000h
Page 208
08h-0Bh
32
R/W
HcCommandStatus
00000000h
Page 208
0Ch-0Fh
32
R/W
HcInterruptStatus
00000000h
Page 208
10h-13h
32
R/W
HcInterruptEnable
00000000h
Page 209
14h-17h
32
R/W
HcInterruptDisable
C000006Fh
Page 209
18h-1Bh
32
R/W
HcHCCA
00000000h
Page 209
1Ch-1Fh
32
R/W
HcPeriodCurrentED
00000000h
Page 209
20h-23h
32
R/W
HcControlHeadED
00000000h
Page 209
24h-27h
32
R/W
HcControlCurrentED
00000000h
Page 209
28h-2Bh
32
R/W
HcBulkHeadED
00000000h
Page 209
2Ch-2Fh
32
R/W
HcBulkCurrentED
00000000h
Page 209
30h-33h
32
R/W
HcDoneHead
00000000h
Page 210
34h-37h
32
R/W
HcFmInterval
00002EDFh
Page 210
38h-3Bh
32
RO
HcFrameRemaining
00002Exxh
Page 210
3Ch-3Fh
32
RO
HcFmNumber
00000000h
Page 210
40h-43h
32
R/W
HcPeriodicStart
00000000h
Page 210
44h-47h
32
R/W
HcLSThreshold
00000628h
Page 210
48h-4Bh
32
R/W
HcRhDescriptorA
01000002h
Page 210
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USB BAR+
Memory
Offset
Width
(Bits)
Type
Name
Reset Value
Reference
(Table 5-26)
4Ch-4Fh
32
R/W
HcRhDescriptorB
00000000h
Page 211
50h-53h
32
R/W
HcRhStatus
00000000h
Page 211
Page 212
54h-57h
32
R/W
HcRhPortStatus[1]
00000628h
58h-5Bh
32
R/W
HcRhPortStatus[2]
01000002h
Page 213
5Ch-5Fh
32
--
Reserved
00000000h
Page 213
60h-9Fh
--
--
Reserved
xxh
Page 213
100h-103h
32
R/W
HceControl
00000000h
Page 214
104h-107h
32
R/W
HceInput
000000xxh
Page 214
108h-10Dh
32
R/W
HceOutput
000000xxh
Page 214
10Ch-10Fh
32
R/W
HceStatus
00000000h
Page 214
Table 5-13. ISA Legacy I/O Registers Summary
I/O Port
Type
Name
Reference
DMA Channel Control Registers (Table 5-27)
000h
R/W
DMA Channel 0 Address Register
001h
R/W
DMA Channel 0 Transfer Count Register
Page 215
Page 215
002h
R/W
DMA Channel 1 Address Register
Page 215
003h
R/W
DMA Channel 1 Transfer Count Register
Page 215
004h
R/W
DMA Channel 2 Address Register
Page 215
005h
R/W
DMA Channel 2 Transfer Count Register
Page 215
006h
R/W
DMA Channel 3 Address Register
Page 215
007h
R/W
DMA Channel 3 Transfer Count Register
Page 215
008h
Read
DMA Status Register, Channels 3:0
Page 215
Write
DMA Command Register, Channels 3:0
Page 215
Software DMA Request Register, Channels 3:0
Page 216
009h
WO
00Ah
R/W
DMA Channel Mask Register, Channels 3:0
Page 216
00Bh
WO
DMA Channel Mode Register, Channels 3:0
Page 216
00Ch
WO
DMA Clear Byte Pointer Command, Channels 3:0
Page 216
00Dh
WO
DMA Master Clear Command, Channels 3:0
Page 216
00Eh
WO
DMA Clear Mask Register Command, Channels 3:0
Page 216
00Fh
WO
DMA Write Mask Register Command, Channels 3:0
Page 216
0C0h
R/W
DMA Channel 4 Address Register (Not used)
Page 216
0C2h
R/W
DMA Channel 4 Transfer Count Register (Not Used)
Page 216
Page 216
0C4h
R/W
DMA Channel 5 Address Register
0C6h
R/W
DMA Channel 5 Transfer Count Register
Page 216
0C8h
R/W
DMA Channel 6 Address Register
Page 216
0CAh
R/W
DMA Channel 6 Transfer Count Register
Page 216
0CCh
R/W
DMA Channel 7 Address Register
Page 216
0CEh
R/W
DMA Channel 7 Transfer Count Register
Page 216
0D0h
Read
DMA Status Register, Channels 7:4
Page 217
Write
DMA Command Register, Channels 7:4
Page 217
0D2h
WO
Software DMA Request Register, Channels 7:4
Page 217
0D4h
R/W
DMA Channel Mask Register, Channels 7:0
Page 217
0D6h
WO
DMA Channel Mode Register, Channels 7:4
Page 217
0D8h
WO
DMA Clear Byte Pointer Command, Channels 7:4
Page 217
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I/O Port
Type
Name
Reference
0DAh
WO
DMA Master Clear Command, Channels 7:4
Page 217
0DCh
WO
DMA Clear Mask Register Command, Channels 7:4
Page 217
0DEh
WO
DMA Write Mask Register Command, Channels 7:4
Page 217
DMA Page Registers (Table 5-28)
081h
R/W
DMA Channel 2 Low Page Register
Page 218
082h
R/W
DMA Channel 3 Low Page Register
Page 218
083h
R/W
DMA Channel 1 Low Page Register
Page 218
087h
R/W
DMA Channel 0 Low Page Register
Page 218
089h
R/W
DMA Channel 6 Low Page Register
Page 218
08Ah
R/W
DMA Channel 7 Low Page Register
Page 218
08Bh
R/W
DMA Channel 5 Low Page Register
Page 218
08Fh
R/W
ISA Refresh Low Page Register
Page 218
481h
R/W
DMA Channel 2 High Page Register
Page 218
482h
R/W
DMA Channel 3 High Page Register
Page 218
483h
R/W
DMA Channel 1 High Page Register
Page 218
487h
R/W
DMA Channel 0 High Page Register
Page 218
489h
R/W
DMA Channel 6 High Page Register
Page 218
48Ah
R/W
DMA Channel 7 High Page Register
Page 218
48Bh
R/W
DMA Channel 5 High Page Register
Page 218
Programmable Interval Timer Registers (Table 5-29)
040h
041h
042h
Write
PIT Timer 0 Counter
Page 219
Read
PIT Timer 0 Status
Page 219
Write
PIT Timer 1 Counter (Refresh)
Page 219
Read
PIT Timer 1 Status (Refresh)
Page 219
Write
PIT Timer 2 Counter (Speaker)
Page 219
Read
PIT Timer 2 Status (Speaker)
Page 219
043h
Write
PIT Mode Control Word Register
Page 219
043h
R/W
PIT Read-Back Command
Read Status Command
Counter Latch Command
Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers (Table 5-30)
020h / 0A0h
WO
Master / Slave PCI IWC1
Page 220
021h / 0A1h
WO
Master / Slave PIC ICW2
Page 220
021h / 0A1h
WO
Master / Slave PIC ICW3
Page 220
021h / 0A1h
WO
Master / Slave PIC ICW4
Page 220
021h / 0A1h
R/W
Master / Slave PIC OCW1
Page 220
020h / 0A0h
WO
Master / Slave PIC OCW2
Page 220
020h / 0A0h
WO
Master / Slave PIC OCW3
Page 221
020h / 0A0h
RO
Master / Slave PIC Interrupt Request and Service Registers for OCW3 Commands
Page 221
Keyboard Controller Registers (Table 5-31)
060h
R/W
External Keyboard Controller Data Register
Page 222
061h
R/W
Port B Control Register
Page 222
062h
R/W
External Keyboard Controller Mailbox Register
Page 222
064h
R/W
External Keyboard Controller Command Register
Page 222
066h
R/W
External Keyboard Controller Mailbox Register
Page 222
092h
R/W
Port A Control Register
Page 222
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I/O Port
Type
Name
Reference
Real Time Clock Registers (Table 5-32)
070h
WO
RTC Address Register
Page 222
071h
R/W
RTC Data Register
Page 222
Miscellaneous Registers (Table 5-33)
170h-177h/
376h
R/W
Secondary IDE Registers
Page 223
1F0h-1F7h/
3F6h
R/W
Primary IDE Registers
Page 223
4D0h
R/W
Interrupt Edge/Level Select Register 1
Page 223
4D1h
R/W
Interrupt Edge/Level Select Register 2
Page 223
121Ch-121Fh
RO
ACPI Timer Count Register
Page 223
Note: The ACPI Timer Count Register is accessible through I/O Port 121Ch. Otherwise use F1BAR+Offset 1Ch.
Table 5-14. V-ACPI I/O Register Space Summary
ACPI_
BASE
Type
Align
Length
00h-03h
R/W
4
4
P_CNT: Processor Control Register
04h
RO
1
1
P_LVL2: Enter C2 Power State Register
00h
Page 224
05h
--
1
1
Reserved
00h
Page 224
06h
R/W
1
1
SMI_CMD: OS/BIOS Requests Register (ACPI Enable/
Disable Port)
00h
Page 224
00h
Page 225
07h
Name
Reset
Value
Reference
(Table 5-34)
00000000h
Page 224
--
1
1
Reserved
08h-09h
R/W
2
2
PM1A_STS: PM1A Status Register
0000h
Page 225
0Ah-0Bh
R/W
2
2
PM1A_EN: PM1A Enable Register
0000h
Page 225
0Ch-0Dh
R/W
4
2
PM1A_CNT: PM1A Control Register
0000h
Page 225
0Eh-0Fh
R/W
2
2
SETUP_IDX: Setup Index Register (V-ACPI internal index
register)
0000h
Page 226
10h-11h
R/W
2
2
GPE0_STS: General Purpose Event 0 Status Register
0000h
Page 226
12h-13h
R/W
2
2
GPE0_EN: General Purpose Event 0 Enable Register
0000h
Page 226
14h-17h
R/W
4
4
SETUP_DATA: Setup Data Register (V-ACPI internal data
register)
00000000h
Page 227
18h-1Fh
--
8
Reserved: For Future V-ACPI Implementations
--
Page 227
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5.3
Chipset Register Space
The Chipset Register Space of the CS5530A is comprised
of five separate functions (Function 0 through 4, F0-F4),
each with its own register space and PCI header registers.
F1-F4 have memory or I/O mapped registers from a Base
Address Register (BAR). The PCI header registers in all
functions are very similar.
F0:
F1:
F2:
F3:
F4:
Bridge Configuration Register Space
SMI Status and ACPI Timer Register Space
IDE Controller Register Space
XpressAUDIO™ Subsystem Register Space
Video Controller Register Space
5.3.1
Bridge Configuration Registers - Function 0
The register space designated as Function 0 (F0) contains
registers used to configure features (e.g., power management) and functionality unique to the CS5530A. All registers in Function 0 are directly accessed (i.e., there are no
memory or I/O mapped registers in F0). Table 5-15 gives
the bit formats for these registers.
The registers at F0 Index 50h-FFh can also be accessed at
F1BAR+Memory Offset 50h-FFh. The preferred method is
to program these registers through the F0 register space.
If the F0 PCI Configuration Trap bit (F0 Index 41h[0]) is
enabled and an access is attempted to any of the F0 PCI
header and bridge configuration registers except F0 Index
40h-43h, an SMI is generated instead.
Table 5-15. F0 Index xxh: PCI Header and Bridge Configuration Registers
Bit
Description
Index 00h-01h
15:0
Device Identification Register (RO)
Reset Value = 0100h
Device Identification Register (Read Only)
Index 04h-05h
15:10
Reset Value = 1078h
Vendor Identification Register (Read Only)
Index 02h-03h
15:0
Vendor Identification Register (RO)
PCI Command Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 000Fh
Reserved: Set to 0.
9
Fast Back-to-Back Enable (Read Only): This function is not supported when the CS5530A is a master. It is always
disabled (always reads 0).
8
SERR#: Allow SERR# assertion on detection of special errors. 0 = Disable (Default); 1 = Enable.
7
Wait Cycle Control (Read Only): This function is not supported in the CS5530A. It is always disabled
(always reads 0).
6
Parity Error: Allow the CS5530A to check for parity errors on PCI cycles for which it is a target, and to assert PERR# when
a parity error is detected. 0 = Disable (Default); 1 = Enable.
5
VGA Palette Snoop Enable (Read Only): This function is not supported in the CS5530A. It is always disabled (always
reads 0).
4
Memory Write and Invalidate: Allow the CS5530A to do memory write and invalidate cycles, if the PCI Cache Line Size
Register (F0 Index 0Ch) is set to 16 bytes (04h). 0 = Disable (Default); 1 = Enable.
3
Special Cycles: Allow the CS5530A to respond to special cycles. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable (Default).
This bit must be enabled to allow the CPU Warm Reset internal signal to be triggered from a CPU Shutdown cycle.
2
Bus Master: Allow the CS5530A bus mastering capabilities. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable (Default).
This bit must be set to 1.
1
Memory Space: Allow the CS5530A to respond to memory cycles from the PCI bus. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable (Default).
0
I/O Space: Allow the CS5530A to respond to I/O cycles from the PCI bus. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable (Default).
Index 06h-07h
15
PCI Status Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0280h
Detected Parity Error: This bit is set whenever a parity error is detected.
Write 1 to clear.
14
Signaled System Error: This bit is set whenever the CS5530A asserts SERR# active.
Write 1 to clear.
13
Received Master Abort: This bit is set whenever a master abort cycle occurs while the CS5530A is the master. A master
abort occurs when a PCI cycle is not claimed, except for special cycles.
Write 1 to clear.
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Bit
Description
12
Received Target Abort: This bit is set whenever a target abort is received while the CS5530A is the master for the PCI
cycle.
Write 1 to clear.
11
Signaled Target Abort: This bit is set whenever the CS5530A signals a target abort. This occurs when an address parity
error occurs for an address that hits in the active address decode space of the CS5530A.
Write 1 to clear.
10:9
8
DEVSEL# Timing (Read Only): These bits are always 01, as the CS5530A always responds to cycles for which it is an
active target with medium DEVSEL# timing. 00 = Fast; 01 = Medium; 10 = Slow; 11 = Reserved
Data Parity Detected: This bit is set when:
1) The CS5530A asserted PERR# or observed PERR# asserted.
2) The CS5530A is the master for the cycle in which a parity error occurred and the Parity Error bit is set (F0 Index 04h[6]
= 1).
Write 1 to clear.
7
Fast Back-to-Back Capable (Read Only): As a target, the CS5530A is capable of accepting fast back-to-back
transactions. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
This bit is always set to 1.
6:0
Reserved: Set to 0.
Index 08h
7:0
Device Revision ID Register (RO)
Device Revision ID (Read Only): Device revision level. 20h for revision A; 30h for revision B.
Index 09h-0Bh
Index 0Ch
7:0
Reset Value = xxh
PCI Class Code Register (RO)
Reset Value = 060100h
PCI Cache Line Size Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
PCI Cache Line Size Register: This register sets the size of the PCI cache line, in increments of four bytes. For memory
write and invalidate cycles, the PCI cache line size must be set to 16 bytes (04h), and the Memory Write and Invalidate bit
must be set (F0 Index 04h[4] = 1).
Index 0Dh
PCI Latency Timer Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
7:4
Reserved: Set to 0.
3:0
PCI Latency Timer Value: The PCI Latency Timer Register prevents system lockup when a slave does not respond to a
cycle that the CS5530A masters. If the value is set to 00h (default), the timer is disabled. If the timer is written with any other
value, bits [3:0] become the four most significant bytes in a timer that counts PCI clocks for slave response. The timer is
reset on each valid data transfer. If the timer expires before the next assertion of TRDY# is received, the CS5530A stops the
transaction with a master abort and asserts SERR#, if enabled to do so (F0 Index 04h[8] = 1).
Index 0Eh
7:0
PCI Header Type Register (RO)
Reset Value = 80h
PCI Header Type Register (Read Only): This register defines the format of this header. This header is of type format 0.
Additionally, bit 7 defines whether this PCI device is a multifunction device (bit 7 = 1) or not (bit 7 = 0).
Index 0Fh
PCI BIST Register (RO)
Reset Value = 00h
7
BIST Capable (Read Only): Is device capable of running a built-in self-test (BIST)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes,
6
Start BIST: Setting this bit to a one starts up a BIST on the device. The device resets this bit when the BIST has been completed. (Not supported.)
5:4
Reserved (Read Only)
3:0
BIST Completion Code (Read Only): Upon completion of the BIST, the completion code is stored in these bits. A completion code of zero indicates the BIST has successfully been completed. All other values indicate some type of BIST failure.
Index 10h-1Fh
Reserved
Reset Value = xxh
Index 20h-3Fh
Reserved
00h
Index 40h
156
PCI Function Control Register 1 (R/W)
Reset Value = 89h
7
PCI Interrupt Acknowledge Cycle Response: Allow the CS5530A responds to PCI interrupt acknowledge cycles.
0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
6
Single Write Mode: The CS5530A accepts only single cycle write transfers as a slave on the PCI bus and performs a target
disconnect with the first data transferred. 0 = Disable (accepts burst write cycles); 1 = Enable.
5
Single Read Mode: The CS5530A accepts only single cycle read transfers as a slave on the PCI bus and performs a target
disconnect with the first data transferred. 0 = Disable (accepts burst read cycles); 1 = Enable.
4
Retry PCI Cycles: Retry inbound PCI cycles if data is buffered and waiting to go outbound on PCI. 0 = No Retry; 1 = Retry.
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Bit
3
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0
Description
Write Buffer: PCI slave write buffer. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Reserved: Set to 0.
BS8/16: This bit can not be written. Always = 1.
Note: Bits 6 and 5 emulate the behavior of first generation SIO devices developed for PCI. They should normally remain cleared.
Index 41h
PCI Function Control Register 2 (R/W)
Reset Value = 10h
7
Burst to Beat: If this bit is set to 1, the CS5530A performs a single access from the PCI bus. If set to 0, burst accesses are
enabled.
6
F2 IDE Configuration Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access is attempted to one of the F2 PCI header registers, an SMI is generated instead.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
Second level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 04h/06h[5].
5
PERR# Signals SERR#: Assert SERR# any time that PERR# is asserted or detected active by the CS5530A (allows
PERR# assertion to be cascaded to NMI (SMI) generation in the system). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
4
Write Buffer Enable: Allow 16-byte buffering for X-Bus to PCI bus writes. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
3
F1 Power Management Configuration Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs to one of the F1 PCI configuration header registers, an SMI is generated.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
Second level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 04h/06h[5].
2:1
Subtractive Decode: These bits determine the point at which the CS5530A accepts cycles that are not claimed by another
device. The CS5530A defaults to taking subtractive decode cycles in the default cycle clock, but can be moved up to the
Slow Decode cycle point if all other PCI devices decode in the fast or medium clocks. Disabling subtractive decode must be
done with care, as all ISA and ROM cycles are decoded subtractively.
00 = Default sample (4th clock from FRAME# active)
01 = Slow sample (3rd clock from FRAME# active)
1x = No subtractive decode
0
F0 PCI Configuration Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access is attempted to any of the F0 PCI header registers except F0 Index 40h-43h, an SMI is
generated instead.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
Second level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 04h/06h[5].
Index 42h
PCI Function Control Register 3 (R/W)
Reset Value = ACh
7
USB SMI I/O Configuration: Route USB-generated SMI to SMI# pin. 0 = Disable;
1 = Enable, USB-generated SMI pulls SMI# pin active (low).
6
USB SMI Power Mgmnt Configuration: Route USB-generated SMI to Top Level SMI Status Register, F1BAR+Memory
Offset 00h/02h[14]. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
5
Delayed Transactions: Allow delayed transactions on the PCI bus. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Also see F0 Index 43h[1].
4
DMA Priority: Allow USB DMA to have priority over other DMA requests. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
3
No X-Bus ARB, Buffer Enable: When the CS5530A is a PCI target, allow buffering of PCI transactions without X-Bus
arbitration. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
2
HOLD_REQ# (Pin H26): HOLD_REQ# signal (pin H26). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Note: Although the HOLD_REQ# signal function is no longer applicable, this bit must remain at its reset value (i.e.,
enabled, set to 1) for non-preemptive arbitration to operate correctly.
1
F4 Video Configuration Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access is attempted to one of the F4 PCI header registers, an SMI is generated instead.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
Second level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 04h/06h[5].
0
F3 Audio Configuration Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access is attempted to one of the F3 PCI header registers, an SMI is generated instead.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
Second level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 04h/06h[5].
Index 43h
7
USB Shadow Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 03h
Reserved: Set to 0.
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Bit
6
5
Description
Enable SA20: Pin AD22 configuration. 0 = GPIO4; 1 = SA20. If bit 6 or bit 2 is set to 1, then pin AD22 = SA20.
Legacy Cycles Assert HOLD_REQ#: Allow legacy cycles to cause HOLD_REQ# to be asserted. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Note: The HOLD_REQ# signal function is no longer applicable, this bit must remain at its reset value (i.e., disable).
4
Read Cycles Assert HOLD_REQ#: Allow read cycles to cause HOLD_REQ# to be asserted. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Note: The HOLD_REQ# signal function is no longer applicable, this bit must remain at its reset value (i.e., disable).
3
Any Cycle Asserts HOLD_REQ#: Allow any cycle to cause HOLD_REQ# to be asserted. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Note: The HOLD_REQ# signal function is no longer applicable, this bit must remain at its reset value (i.e., disable).
2
Enable SA[23:20]: Pins AF23, AE23, AC21, and AD22 configuration. 0 = GPIO[7:4]; 1 = SA[23:20].
If F0 Index 43h bit 6 or bit 2 is set to 1, then pin AD22 = SA20.
1
PCI Retry Cycles: When the CS5530A is a PCI target and the PCI buffer is not empty, allow the PCI bus to retry cycles.
0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
This bit works in conjunction with PCI bus delayed transactions bit. F0 Index 42h[5] must = 1 for this bit to be valid.
0
USB Core: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Index 44h
7
Reset Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 01h
ISA Mode: This bit is set to read back the strap value of the INTR pin (pin P26) during POR.
0 = ISA Limited; 1 = ISA Master.
This bit can be written after POR# deasserts to change the ISA mode selected. However, writing to this bit is not recommended due to the actual strapping done on the board.
6
IDSEL Mode: This bit is set to read back the strap value of the HOLD_REQ# pin (pin H26) during POR.
0 = AD28 is IDSEL for Chipset Register Space and AD29 is IDSEL for USB Register Space;
1 = AD26 is IDSEL for Chipset Register Space and AD27 is IDSEL for USB Register Space.
This bit can be written after POR# deasserts to change the IDSEL settings. However, writing to this bit is not recommended
due to the actual strapping done on the board.
5:4
3
Clock 32K Control: Controls the source of the CLK_32K pin (AE3).
00 = CLK_32K is internally derived from CLK_14MHZ (pin P24) and is not output on pin AE3 (Default)
01 = CLK_32K is internally derived from CLK_14MHZ (pin P24) and is output on pin AE3
10 = CLK_32K is an input
11 = Invalid
IDE Controller Reset: Reset both of the CS5530A IDE controllers’ internal state machines. 0 = Run; 1 = Reset.
This bit is level-sensitive and must be explicitly cleared to 0 to remove the reset.
2
IDE Reset: Reset IDE bus. 0 = Deassert IDE bus reset signal; 1 = Assert IDE bus reset signal.
1
PCI Reset: Reset PCI bus. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
This bit is level-sensitive and must be explicitly cleared to 0 to remove the reset.
When set, the CS5530A PCI_RST# output signal (pin C14) is asserted and all devices on the PCI bus including PCIUSB
are reset. No other function within the CS5530A is affected by this bit. It does not reset PCI registers.
Write 0 to clear. This bit is level-sensitive and must be cleared after the reset is enabled.
0
X-Bus Warm Start: Reading and writing this bit has two different meanings/functions.
Reading this bit: Has a warm start occurred since power-up? 0 = Yes; 1 = No
Writing this bit: 0 = NOP; 1 = Execute system wide reset (used only for clock configuration at power-up).
Note: X-Bus warm start will toggle the CPU_RST and PCI_RST# lines.
Index 45h-4Fh
Index 50h
158
Reserved
Reset Value = 00h
PIT Control/ISA CLK Divider (R/W)
Reset Value = 7Bh
7
PIT Software Reset: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
6
PIT Counter 1: 0 = Forces Counter 1 output (OUT1) to zero; 1 = Allows Counter 1 output (OUT1) to pass to I/O
Port 061h[4].
5
PIT Counter 1 Enable: 0 = Sets GATE1 input low; 1 = Sets GATE1 input high.
4
PIT Counter 0: 0 = Forces Counter 0 output (OUT0) to zero; 1 = Allows Counter 0 output (OUT0) to pass to IRQ0.
3
PIT Counter 0 Enable: 0 = Sets GATE0 input low; 1 = Sets GATE0 input high.
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Bit
Description
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ISA Clock Divisor: Determines the divisor of the PCI clock used to make the ISA clock, which is typically programmed for
approximately 8 MHz.
000 = Reserved
001 = Divide by two
010 = Divide by three
011 = Divide by four
100 = Divide by five
101 = Divide by six
110 = Divide by seven
111 = Divide by eight
If 25 MHz PCI clock, use setting of 010 (divide by 3). If 30 or 33 MHz PCI clock, use a setting of 011 (divide by 4).
Index 51h
7:4
ISA I/O Recovery Control Register (R/W)
8-Bit I/O Recovery: These bits determine the number of ISA bus clocks between back-to-back 8-bit I/O read cycles. This
count is in addition to a preset one-clock delay built into the controller.
0000 = 1 ISA clock
0001 = 2 ISA clocks
0010 = 3 ISA clocks
0011 = 4 ISA clocks
3:0
0100 = 5 ISA clocks
0101 = 6 ISA clocks
0110 = 7 ISA clocks
0111 = 8 ISA clocks
1000 = 9 ISA clocks
1001 = 10 ISA clocks
1010 = 11 ISA clocks
1011 = 12 ISA clocks
1100 = 13 ISA clocks
1101 = 14 ISA clocks
1110 = 15 ISA clocks
1111 = 16 ISA clocks
16-Bit I/O Recovery: These bits determine the number of ISA bus clocks between back-to-back 16-bit I/O cycles. This
count is in addition to a preset one-clock delay built into the controller.
0000 = 1 ISA clock
0001 = 2 ISA clocks
0010 = 3 ISA clocks
0011 = 4 ISA clocks
Index 52h
7
Reset Value = 40h
0100 = 5 ISA clocks
0101 = 6 ISA clocks
0110 = 7 ISA clocks
0111 = 8 ISA clocks
1000 = 9 ISA clocks
1001 = 10 ISA clocks
1010 = 11 ISA clocks
1011 = 12 ISA clocks
1100 = 13 ISA clocks
1101 = 14 ISA clocks
1110 = 15 ISA clocks
1111 = 16 ISA clocks
ROM/AT Logic Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = F8h
Snoop Fast Keyboard Gate A20 and Fast Reset: Enables the snoop logic associated with keyboard commands for A20
Mask and Reset. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable (snooping).
If disabled, the keyboard controller handles the commands.
6
Game Port GPORT_CS# on Writes: Allow GPORT_CS# to be asserted for writes to the game port (I/O Port 200h and
201h). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
5
Game Port GPORT_CS# on Reads: Allow GPORT_CS# to be asserted for reads to the game port (I/O Port 200h and
201h). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
4
Enable A20M# Deassertion on Warm Reset: Force A20M# high during a Warm Reset (guarantees that A20M# is deasserted regardless of the state of A20). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
3
Enable I/O Port 092h Decode (Port A): I/O Port 092h decode and the logical functions. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
2
Upper ROM Address Range: KBROMCS# is asserted for ISA memory read accesses.
0 = FFFC0000h-FFFFFFFFh (256 KB, Default); 1 = FF000000h-FFFFFFFFh (16 MB)
Note: PCI Positive decoding for the ROM space is enabled at F0 Index 5Bh[5]).
1
ROM Write Enable: Assert KBROMCS# during writes to configured ROM space (configured in bits 2 and 0),
allowing Flash programming. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
0
Lower ROM Address Range: KBROMCS# is asserted for ISA memory read accesses.
0 = 000F0000h-000FFFFFh (64 KB, Default); 1 = 000E0000h-000FFFFFh (128 KB).
Note: PCI Positive decoding for the ROM space is enabled at F0 Index 5Bh[5]).
Index 53h
Alternate CPU Support Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
7
Reserved: Set to 0.
6
Game Port Write Blocks ISA: Block ISA cycle on game port (I/O Port 200h and 201h) write. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
5
Bidirectional SMI Enable: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
This bit must be set to 0.
4
3
Game Port Read Block ISA: Block ISA cycle on game port (I/O Port 200h and 201h) read. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Game Port Write SMI: Allow SMI generation on writes to game port (I/O Port 200h and 201h). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 84h/F4h[4].
For “Game Port Read SMI”, see F0 Index 83h[4].
2
RTC Enable/RTC Pin Configuration: 0 = SMEMW# (Pin AF3) and SMEMR# (Pin AD4), RTC decode disabled;
1 = RTCCS# (Pin AF3) and RTCALE (Pin AD4), RTC decode enabled.
Note: The RTC Index Shadow Register (F0 Index BBh) is independent of the setting of this bit.
1
Reserved: Set to 1 after register reset. Failure to do this leaves IRQ13 in an unsupported mode.
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Bit
0
Description
Generate SMI on A20M# toggle: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable. This bit must be set to 1.
SMI status is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[7] (only).
Index 54h-59h
Reserved
Reset Value = xxh
Index 5Ah
Decode Control Register 1 (R/W)
Reset Value = 03h
7
Secondary Floppy Positive Decode: Selects PCI positive or subtractive decoding for accesses to I/O Port
372h, 373h, 375h, and 377h. 0 = Subtractive; 1 = Positive.
6
Primary Floppy Positive Decode: Selects PCI positive or subtractive decoding for accesses to I/O Port
3F2h, 3F4h, 3F5h, and 3F7h. 0 = Subtractive; 1 = Positive.
5
COM4 Positive Decode: Selects PCI positive or subtractive decoding for accesses to I/O Port 2E8h-2EFh.
0 = Subtractive; 1 = Positive.
4
COM3 Positive Decode: Selects PCI positive or subtractive decoding for accesses to I/O Port 3E8h-3EFh.
0 = Subtractive; 1 = Positive.
3
COM2 Positive Decode: Selects PCI positive or subtractive decoding for accesses to I/O Port 2F8h-2FFh.
0 = Subtractive; 1 = Positive.
2
COM1 Positive Decode: Selects PCI positive or subtractive decoding for accesses to I/O Port 3F8h-3FFh.
0 = Subtractive; 1 = Positive.
1
Keyboard Controller Positive Decode: Selects PCI positive or subtractive decoding for accesses to I/O Port
060h and 064h (and 062h/066h if enabled). 0 = Subtractive; 1 = Positive.
0
Real Time Clock Positive Decode: Selects PCI positive or subtractive decoding for accesses to I/O Port
070h-7Fh. 0 = Subtractive; 1 = Positive.
Note: Positive decoding by the CS5530A speeds up the I/O cycle time. These I/O Ports do not exist in the CS5530A. It is assumed that
if positive decode is enabled, the port exists on the ISA bus.
Index 5Bh
Decode Control Register 2 (R/W)
Reset Value = 20h
7
Keyboard I/O Port 062h/066h Decode: This alternate port to the keyboard controller is provided in support of the 8051SL
notebook keyboard controller mailbox. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
6
Reserved: Set to 0.
5
BIOS ROM Positive Decode: Selects PCI positive or subtractive decoding for accesses to the configured ROM space.
0 = Subtractive; 1 = Positive.
ROM configuration is at F0 Index 52h[2:0].
4
Secondary IDE Controller Positive Decode: Selects PCI positive or subtractive decoding for accesses to I/O Port 170h177h and 376h. 0 = Subtractive; 1 = Positive.
Note: Subtractive Decode mode disables this IDE controller entirely and routes any register references to the ISA bus.
3
Primary IDE Controller Positive Decode: Selects PCI positive or subtractive decoding for accesses to I/O Port 1F0h-1F7h
and 3F6h. 0 = Subtractive; 1 = Positive.
Note: Subtractive Decode mode disables this IDE controller entirely and routes any register references to the ISA bus.
2
LPT3 Positive Decode: Selects PCI positive or subtractive decoding for accesses to I/O Port 278h-27Fh.
0 = Subtractive; 1 = Positive.
1
LPT2 Positive Decode: Selects PCI positive or subtractive decoding for accesses to I/O Port 378h-37Fh.
0 = Subtractive; 1 = Positive.
This bit does not affect 7BCh-7BEh, which is always decoded subtractively.
This bit does not affect 678h-67Ah, which is always decoded subtractively.
0
LPT1 Positive Decode: Selects PCI positive or subtractive decoding for accesses to I/O Port 3BCh-3BFh.
0 = Subtractive; 1 = Positive.
This bit does not affect 778h-77Ah, which is always decoded subtractively.
Note: Positive decoding by the CS5530A speeds up the I/O cycle time. The keyboard, LPT3, LPT2, and LPT1 I/O Ports do not exist in
the CS5530A. It is assumed that if positive decode is enabled, the port exists on the ISA bus.
Index 5Ch
7:4
PCI Interrupt Steering Register 1 (R/W)
0000 = Disable
0001 = IRQ1
0010 = RSVD
0011 = IRQ3
160
Reset Value = 00h
INTB# Target Interrupt: Selects target interrupt for INTB#.
0100 = IRQ4
0101 = IRQ5
0110 = IRQ6
0111 = IRQ7
1000 = RSVD
1001 = IRQ9
1010 = IRQ10
1011 = IRQ11
1100 = IRQ12
1101 = RSVD
1110 = IRQ14
1111 = IRQ15
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Description
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INTA# Target Interrupt: Selects target interrupt for INTA#.
0000 = Disable
0001 = IRQ1
0010 = RSVD
0011 = IRQ3
0100 = IRQ4
0101 = IRQ5
0110 = IRQ6
0111 = IRQ7
1000 = RSVD
1001 = IRQ9
1010 = IRQ10
1011 = IRQ11
‘
1100 = IRQ12
1101 = RSVD
1110 = IRQ14
1111 = IRQ15
Note: The target interrupt must first be configured as level sensitive via I/O Port 4D0h and 4D1h in order to maintain PCI interrupt
compatibility.
Index 5Dh
7:4
PCI Interrupt Steering Register 2 (R/W)
INTD# Target Interrupt: Selects target interrupt for INTD#.
0000 = Disable
0001 = IRQ1
0010 = RSVD
0011 = IRQ3
3:0
Reset Value = 00h
0100 = IRQ4
0101 = IRQ5
0110 = IRQ6
0111 = IRQ7
1000 = RSVD
1001 = IRQ9
1010 = IRQ10
1011 = IRQ11
1100 = IRQ12
1101 = RSVD
1110 = IRQ14
1111 = IRQ15
1000 = RSVD
1001 = IRQ9
1010 = IRQ10
1011 = IRQ11
1100 = IRQ12
1101 = RSVD
1110 = IRQ14
1111 = IRQ15
INTC# Target Interrupt: Selects target interrupt for INTC#.
0000 = Disable
0001 = IRQ1
0010 = RSVD
0011 = IRQ3
0100 = IRQ4
0101 = IRQ5
0110 = IRQ6
0111 = IRQ7
Note: The target interrupt must first be configured as level sensitive via I/O Port 4D0h and 4D1h in order to maintain PCI interrupt
compatibility.
Index 5Eh-6Fh
Reserved
Index 70h-71h
General Purpose Chip Select Base Address Register (R/W)
15:0
Reset Value = xxh
Reset Value = 0000h
General Purpose Chip Select I/O Base Address: This 16-bit value represents the I/O base address used to enable the
assertion of the GPCS# signal.
This register, together with General Purpose Chip Select Control Register (F0 Index 72h) is used to configure the
operation of the GPCS# pin.
Index 72h
7
General Purpose Chip Select Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
General Purpose Chip Select: GPCS# (pin AF26). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If the GPCS# signal is disabled (i.e., this bit = 0) its output is permanently driven high.
6
Writes Result in Chip Select: Writes to configured I/O address (base address configured in F0 Index 70h and range configured in bits [4:0]) causes GPCS# signal to be asserted. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
5
Reads Result in Chip Select: Reads from configured I/O address (base address configured in F0 Index 70h and range
configured in bits [4:0]) causes GPCS# signal to be asserted. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
4:0
General Purpose Chip Select I/O Address Range: This 5-bit field selects the range of GPCS# signal.
00000 = 1 byte
01111 = 16 bytes
00001 = 2 bytes
11111 = 32 bytes
00011 = 4 bytes
All other combinations are reserved.
00111 = 8 bytes
Note: This register, together with General Purpose Chip Select Base Address Register (F0 Index 70h) is used to configure the operation of the GPCS# pin.
Index 73h-7Fh
Index 80h
7:6
5
Reserved
Reset Value = xxh
Power Management Enable Register 1 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Reserved: Set to 0.
Codec SDATA_IN SMI: Allow AC97 codec to generate an SMI due to codec producing a positive edge on SDATA_IN.
0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 87h/F7h[2].
4
Video Speedup: Any video activity, as decoded from the serial connection (PSERIAL register, bit 0) from the GX1 processor disables clock throttling (via SUSP#/SUSPA# handshake) for a configurable duration when the system is power managed using CPU Suspend modulation. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
The duration of the speedup is configured in the Video Speedup Timer Count Register (F0 Index 8Dh). Detection of an
external VGA access (3Bxh, 3Cxh, 3Dxh and A000h-B7FFh) on the PCI bus is also supported. This configuration is nonstandard, but it does allow the power management routines to support an external VGA chip.
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Bit
3
Description
IRQ Speedup: Any unmasked IRQ (per I/O Port 021h/0A1h) or SMI disables clock throttling (via SUSP#/SUSPA# handshake) for a configurable duration when the system is power managed using CPU Suspend modulation.
0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
The duration of the speedup is configured in the IRQ Speedup Timer Count Register (F0 Index 8Ch).
2
Traps: Globally enable all power management device I/O traps. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
This excludes the audio I/O traps. They are enabled at F3BAR+Memory Offset 18h.
1
Idle Timers: Globally enable all power management device idle timers. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Note, disable at this level does not reload the timers on the enable. The timers are disabled at their current counts.
This bit has no effect on the Suspend Modulation OFF/ON Timers (F0 Index 94h/95h), nor on the General Purpose (UDEFx)
Timers (F0 Index 88h-8Bh). This bit must be set for the command to trigger the SUSP#/SUSPA# feature to function (see F0
Index AEh).
0
Power Management: Global power management. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enabled.
This bit must be set (1) immediately after POST for some power management resources to function. Until this is done, the
command to trigger the SUSP#/SUSPA# feature is disabled (see F0 Index AEh) and all SMI# trigger events listed for
F0 Index 84h-87h are disabled. A ‘0’ in this bit does NOT stop the Idle Timers if bit 1 of this register is a ‘1’, but only prevents
them from generating an SMI# interrupt. It also has no effect on the UDEF traps.
Index 81h
7
Power Management Enable Register 2 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Video Access Idle Timer Enable: Load timer from Video Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index A6h) and generate an SMI
when the timer expires. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If an access occurs in the video address range (sets bit 0 of the GX1 processor’s PSERIAL register) the timer is reloaded
with the programmed count.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[7].
6
User Defined Device 3 (UDEF3) Idle Timer Enable: Load timer from UDEF3 Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index A4h) and
generate an SMI when the timer expires. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If an access occurs in the programmed address range the timer is reloaded with the programmed count.
UDEF3 address programming is at F0 Index C8h (base address register) and CEh (control register).
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[6].
5
User Defined Device 2 (UDEF2) Idle Timer Enable: Load timer from UDEF2 Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index A2h) and
generate an SMI when the timer expires. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If an access occurs in the programmed address range the timer is reloaded with the programmed count.
UDEF2 address programming is at F0 Index C4h (base address register) and CDh (control register).
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[5].
4
User Defined Device 1 (UDEF1) Idle Timer Enable: Load timer from UDEF1 Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index A0h) and
generate an SMI when the timer expires. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If an access occurs in the programmed address range the timer is reloaded with the programmed count.
UDEF1 address programming is at F0 Index C0h (base address register) and CCh (control register).
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[4].
3
Keyboard/Mouse Idle Timer Enable: Load timer from Keyboard/Mouse Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index 9Eh) and generate an SMI when the timer expires. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If an access occurs in the address ranges (listed below) the timer is reloaded with the programmed count.
Keyboard Controller: I/O Ports 060h/064h
COM1: I/O Port 3F8h-3FFh (if F0 Index 93h[1:0] = 10 this range is included)
COM2: I/O Port 2F8h-2FFh (if F0 Index 93h[1:0] = 11 this range is included)
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[3].
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Bit
2
Description
Parallel/Serial Idle Timer Enable: Load timer from Parallel/Serial Port Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index 9Ch) and generate an SMI when the timer expires. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If an access occurs in the address ranges (listed below) the timer is reloaded with the programmed count.
LPT1: I/O Port 378h-37Fh, 778h-77Ah
LPT2: I/O Port 278h-27Fh, 678h-67Ah
COM1: I/O Port 3F8h-3FFh (if F0 Index 93h[1:0] = 10 this range is excluded)
COM2: I/O Port 2F8h-2FFh (if F0 Index 93h[1:0] = 11 this range is excluded)
COM3: I/O Port 3E8h-3EFh
COM4: I/O Port 2E8h-2EFh
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[2].
1
Floppy Disk Idle Timer Enable: Load timer from Floppy Disk Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index 9Ah) and generate an
SMI when the timer expires. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If an access occurs in the address ranges (listed below) the timer is reloaded with the programmed count.
Primary floppy disk: I/O Port 3F2h, 3F4h, 3F5h, and 3F7
Secondary floppy disk: I/O Port 372h, 373h, 375h, and 377h
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[1].
0
Primary Hard Disk Idle Timer Enable: Load timer from Primary Hard Disk Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index 98h) and
generate an SMI when the timer expires. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If an access occurs in the address ranges selected in F0 Index 93h[5], the timer is reloaded with the programmed count.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[0].
Index 82h
7
Power Management Enable Register 3 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Video Access Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs in the video address range (sets bit 0 of the GX1 processor’s PSERIAL
register) an SMI is generated.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 86h/F6h[7].
6
User Defined Device 3 (UDEF3) Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs in the programmed address range an SMI is generated. UDEF3 address
programming is at F0 Index C8h (base address register) and CEh (control register).
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
Second level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 04h/06h[4].
5
User Defined Device 2 (UDEF2) Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs in the programmed address range an SMI is generated. UDEF2 address
programming is at F0 Index C4h (base address register) and CDh (control register).
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
Second level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 04h/06h[3].
4
User Defined Device 1 (UDEF1) Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs in the programmed address range an SMI is generated. UDEF1 address
programming is at F0 Index C0h (base address register), and CCh (control register).
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
Second level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 04h/06h[2].
3
Keyboard/Mouse Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs in the address ranges (listed below) an SMI is generated.
Keyboard Controller: I/O Ports 060h/064h
COM1: I/O Port 3F8h-3FFh (if F0 Index 93h[1:0] = 10 this range is included)
COM2: I/O Port 2F8h-2FFh (if F0 Index 93h[1:0] = 11 this range is included)
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 86h/F6h[3].
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Bit
2
Description
Parallel/Serial Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs in the address ranges (listed below) an SMI is generated.
LPT1: I/O Port 378h-37Fh, 778h-77Ah
LPT2: I/O Port 278h-27Fh, 678h-67Ah
COM1: I/O Port 3F8h-3FFh (if F0 Index 93h[1:0] = 10 this range is excluded)
COM2: I/O Port 2F8h-2FFh (if F0 Index 93h[1:0] = 11 this range is excluded)
COM3: I/O Port 3E8h-3EFh
COM4: I/O Port 2E8h-2EFh
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 86h/F6h[2].
1
Floppy Disk Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs in the address ranges (listed below) an SMI is generated.
Primary floppy disk: I/O Port 3F2h, 3F4h, 3F5h, or 3F7
Secondary floppy disk: I/O Port 372h, 373h, 375h, or 377h
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 86h/F6h[1].
0
Primary Hard Disk Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs in the address ranges selected in F0 Index 93h[5], an SMI is generated.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 86h/F6h[0].
Index 83h
7
Power Management Enable Register 4 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Secondary Hard Disk Idle Timer Enable: Load timer from Secondary Hard Disk Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index ACh)
and generate an SMI when the timer expires. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If an access occurs in the address ranges selected in F0 Index 93h[4], the timer is reloaded with the programmed count.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 86h/F6h[4].
6
Secondary Hard Disk Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs in the address ranges selected in F0 Index 93h[4], an SMI is generated.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 86h/F6h[5].
5
ACPI Timer SMI: Allow SMI generation for MSB toggles on the ACPI Timer (F1BAR+Memory Offset 1Ch or I/O Port
121Ch). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 87h/F7h[0].
4
Game Port Read SMI: Allow SMI generation on reads to game port (I/O Port 200h and 201h).
0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 84h/F4h[4].
For “Game Port Write SMI” see F0 Index 53h[3].
3
VGA Timer Enable: Turn on VGA Timer and generate an SMI when the timer reaches 0. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
VGA Timer programming is at F0 Index 8Eh and F0 Index 8Bh[6].
To reload the count in the VGA timer, disable it, optionally change the count value in F0 Index 8Eh[7:0], and reenable it
before enabling power management.
SMI Status reporting is at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[6] (only).
Although grouped with the power management Idle Timers, the VGA Timer is not a power management function. The VGA
Timer counts whether power management is enabled or disabled.
2
Video Retrace Interrupt SMI: Allow SMI generation whenever video retrace occurs. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
This information is decoded from the serial connection (PSERIAL register, bit 7) from the GX1 processor. This function is
normally not used for power management but for softVGA routines.
SMI status reporting is at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[5] (only).
1
General Purpose Timer 2 (GP Timer 2) Enable: Turn on GP Timer 2 and generate an SMI when the timer expires.
0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
This idle timer is reloaded from the assertion of GPIO7 (if programmed to do so). GP Timer 2 programming is at F0 Index
8Ah and 8Bh[5,3,2].
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
Second level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 04h/06h[1].
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Bit
Description
0
General Purpose Timer 1 (GP Timer 1) Enable: Turn on GP Timer 1 and generate an SMI when the timer expires.
0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
This idle timer’s load is multi-sourced and is reloaded any time an enabled event (F0 Index 89h[6:0]) occurs.
GP Timer 1 programming is at F0 Index 88h and 8Bh[4].
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
Second level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 04h/06h[0]
Index 84h
7:5
Second Level Power Management Status Mirror Register 1 (RO)
Reset Value = 00h
Reserved
4
Game Port SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by R/W access to game port (I/O Port 200h and 201h)?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Game Port Read SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 83h[4].
Game Port Write SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 53h[3].
3
GPIO7 SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by transition on (properly-configured) GPIO7 pin?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 97h[3].
2
GPIO5 SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by transition on (properly-configured) GPIO5 pin?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 97h[2].
1
GPIO4 SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by transition on (properly-configured) GPIO4 pin?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 97h[1].
0
GPIO3 SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by transition on (properly-configured) GPIO3 pin?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 97h[0].
Note: Properly-configured means that the GPIO pin must be enabled as a GPIO (if multiplexed pin), as an input, and to cause an SMI.
This register provides status on various power management SMI events to the SMI handler. It is called a Mirror register since an
identical register exists at F0 Index F4h. Reading this register does not clear the status, while reading its counterpart at F0 Index
F4h does clear the status.
Index 85h
7
Second Level Power Management Status Mirror Register 2 (RO)
Reset Value = 00h
Video Idle Timer SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by expiration of the Video Idle Timer Count Register
(F0 Index A6h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 81h[7].
6
User Defined Device 3 (UDEF3) Idle Timer SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by expiration of the UDEF3 Idle
Timer Count Register (F0 Index A4h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 81h[6].
5
User Defined Device 2 (UDEF2) Idle Timer SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by expiration of the UDEF2 Idle
Timer Count Register (F0 Index A2h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 81h[5].
4
User Defined Device 1 (UDEF1) Idle Timer SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by expiration of the UDEF1 Idle
Timer Count Register (F0 Index A0h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 81h[4].
3
Keyboard/Mouse Idle Timer SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by expiration of the Keyboard/Mouse Idle Timer
Count Register (F0 Index 9Eh)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 81h[3].
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Bit
2
Description
Parallel/Serial Idle Timer SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by expiration of the Parallel/Serial Port Idle Timer
Count Register (F0 Index 9Ch)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 81h[2].
1
Floppy Disk Idle Timer SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by expiration of the Floppy Disk Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index 9Ah)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 81h[1].
0
Primary Hard Disk Idle Timer SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by expiration of the Primary Hard Disk Idle Timer
Count Register (F0 Index 98h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 81h[0].
Note: This register provides status on the Device Idle Timers to the SMI handler. A bit set here indicates that the device was idle for the
duration configured in the Idle Timer Count register for that device, causing an SMI. It is called a Mirror register since an identical
register exists at F0 Index F5h. Reading this register does not clear the status, while reading its counterpart at F0 Index F5h does
clear the status.
Index 86h
7
Second Level Power Management Status Mirror Register 3 (RO)
Reset Value = 00h
Video Access Trap SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to the Video I/O Trap?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 82h[7].
6
Reserved (Read Only)
5
Secondary Hard Disk Access Trap SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to the
secondary hard disk? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 83h[6].
4
Secondary Hard Disk Idle Timer SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by expiration of Hard Disk Idle Timer Count
Register (F0 Index ACh)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 83h[7].
3
Keyboard/Mouse Access Trap SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to the keyboard or
mouse? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 82h[3].
2
Parallel/Serial Access Trap SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to either the serial or
parallel ports? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 82h[2].
1
Floppy Disk Access Trap SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to the floppy disk?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 82h[1].
0
Primary Hard Disk Access Trap SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to the primary hard
disk? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 82h[0].
Note: This register provides status on the Device Traps to the SMI handler. A bit set here indicates that an access occurred to the
device while the trap was enabled, causing an SMI. It is called a Mirror register since an identical register exists at F0 Index F6h.
Reading this register does not clear the status, while reading its counterpart at F0 Index F6h does clear the status.
Index 87h
7
Second Level Power Management Status Mirror Register 4 (RO)
Reset Value = 00h
GPIO2 SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by transition on (properly-configured) GPIO2 pin? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 92h[2].
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Bit
Description
6
GPIO1 SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by transition on (properly-configured) GPIO1 pin? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 92h[1].
5
GPIO0 SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by transition on (properly-configured) GPIO0 pin? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 92h[0].
4
Lid Position (Read Only): This bit maintains the current status of the lid position. If the GPIO6 pin is configured as the lid
switch indicator, this bit reflects the state of the pin.
3
Lid Switch SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by a transition on the GPIO6 (lid switch) pin? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
For this to happen, the GPIO6 pin must be configured both as an input (F0 Index 90h[6] = 0) and as the lid switch
(F0 Index 92h[6] =1).
2
Codec SDATA_IN SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by AC97 codec producing a positive edge on SDATA_IN?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of status is reporting. The top level status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 80h[5].
1
RTC Alarm (IRQ8) SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by an RTC interrupt? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This SMI event can only occur while in 3V Suspend and an RTC interrupt occurs.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
0
ACPI Timer SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by an ACPI Timer MSB toggle? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation configuration is at F0 Index 83h[5].
Note: Properly-configured means that the GPIO pin must be enabled as a GPIO (if multiplexed pin), an input, and to cause an SMI.
This register provides status on several miscellaneous power management events that generate SMIs, as well as the status of
the Lid Switch. It is called a Mirror register since an identical register exists at F0 Index F7h. Reading this register does not clear
the status, while reading its counterpart at F0 Index F7h does clear the status.
Index 88h
7:0
General Purpose Timer 1 Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
General Purpose Timer 1 Count: This register holds the load value for GP Timer 1. This value can represent either an 8bit or 16-bit timer (selected at F0 Index 8Bh[4]). It is loaded into the timer when the timer is enabled (F0 Index 83h[0] =1).
Once enabled, an enabled event (configured in F0 Index 89h[6:0]) reloads the timer.
The timer is decremented with each clock of the configured timebase. Upon expiration of the timer, an SMI is generated and
the top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9]. The second level SMI status is reported at
F1BAR+Memory Offset 04h/06h[0]).
Once expired, this timer must be re-initialized by either disabling and enabling it, or writing a new count value here.
This timer’s timebase can be configured as 1 msec or 1 sec at F0 Index 89h[7].
Index 89h
General Purpose Timer 1 Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
7
Timebase for General Purpose Timer 1: Selects timebase for GP Timer 1 (F0 Index 88h). 0 = 1 sec; 1 = 1 msec.
6
Re-trigger General Purpose Timer 1 on User Defined Device 3 (UDEF3) Activity: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Any access to the configured (memory or I/O) address range for UDEF3 reloads GP Timer 1. UDEF3 address
programming is at F0 Index C8h (base address register) and CEh (control register).
5
Re-trigger General Purpose Timer 1 on User Defined Device 2 (UDEF2) Activity: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Any access to the configured (memory or I/O) address range for UDEF2 reloads GP Timer 1. UDEF2 address
programming is at F0 Index C4h (base address register) and CDh (control register).
4
Re-trigger General Purpose Timer 1 on User Defined Device 1 (UDEF1) Activity: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Any access to the configured (memory or I/O) address range for UDEF1 reloads GP Timer 1. UDEF1 address
programming is at F0 Index C0h (base address register) and CCh (control register)
3
Re-trigger General Purpose Timer 1 on Keyboard or Mouse Activity: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable
Any access to the keyboard or mouse I/O address range (listed below) reloads GP Timer 1.
Keyboard Controller: I/O Ports 060h/064h
COM1: I/O Port 3F8h-3FFh (if F0 Index 93h[1:0] = 10 this range is included)
COM2: I/O Port 2F8h-2FFh (if F0 Index 93h[1:0] = 11 this range is included)
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Bit
2
Description
Re-trigger General Purpose Timer 1 on Parallel/Serial Port Activity: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Any access to the parallel or serial port I/O address range (listed below) reloads the GP Timer 1.
LPT1: I/O Port 378h-37Fh, 778h-77Ah
LPT2: I/O Port 278h-27Fh, 678h-67Ah
COM1: I/O Port 3F8h-3FFh (if F0 Index 93h[1:0] = 10 this range is excluded)
COM2: I/O Port 2F8h-2FFh (if F0 Index 93h[1:0] = 11 this range is excluded)
COM3: I/O Port 3E8h-3EFh
COM4: I/O Port 2E8h-2EFh
1
Re-trigger General Purpose Timer 1 on Floppy Disk Activity: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Any access to the floppy disk drive address ranges (listed below) reloads GP Timer 1.
Primary floppy disk: I/O Port 3F2h, 3F4h, 3F5h, and 3F7
Secondary floppy disk: I/O Port 372h, 373h, 375h, and 377h
The active floppy drive is configured via F0 Index 93h[7].
0
Re-trigger General Purpose Timer 1 on Primary Hard Disk Activity: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Any access to the primary hard disk drive address range selected in F0 Index 93h[5] reloads GP Timer 1.
Index 8Ah
7:0
General Purpose Timer 2 Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
General Purpose Timer 2 Count: This register holds the load value for GP Timer 2. This value can represent either an 8bit or 16-bit timer (configured in F0 Index 8Bh[5]). It is loaded into the timer when the timer is enabled (F0 Index 83h[1] = 1).
Once the timer is enabled and a transition occurs on GPIO7, the timer is re-loaded.
The timer is decremented with each clock of the configured timebase. Upon expiration of the timer, an SMI is generated and
the top level of status is F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9] and the second level of status is reported in F1BAR+Memory
Offset 04h/06h[1]).
Once expired, this timer must be re-initialized by either disabling and enabling it, or writing a new count value here.
For GPIO7 to act as the reload for this timer, it must be enabled as such (F0 Index 8Bh[2]) and be configured as an input (F0
Index 90h[7]).
This timer’s timebase can be configured as 1 msec or 1 sec in F0 Index 8Bh[3].
Index 8Bh
General Purpose Timer 2 Control Register (R/W)
7
Re-trigger General Purpose Timer 1 on Secondary Hard Disk Activity: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
6
VGA Timer Base: Selects timebase for VGA Timer Register (F0 Index 8Eh). 0 = 1 ms; 1 = 32 µs.
Reset Value = 00h
Any access to the secondary hard disk drive address range selected in F0 Index 93h[4] reloads GP Timer 1.
5
General Purpose Timer 2 Shift: GP Timer 2 is treated as an 8-bit or 16-bit timer. 0 = 8-bit; 1 = 16-bit.
As an 8-bit timer, the count value is loaded into GP Timer 2 Count Register (F0 Index 8Ah).
As a 16-bit timer, the value loaded into GP Timer 2 Count Register is shifted left by eight bits, the lower eight bits become
zero, and this 16-bit value is used as the count for GP Timer 2.
4
General Purpose Timer 1 Shift: GP Timer 1 is treated as an 8-bit or 16-bit timer. 0 = 8-bit; 1 = 16-bit.
As an 8-bit timer, the count value is that loaded into GP Timer 1 Count Register (F0 Index 88h).
As a 16-bit timer, the value loaded into GP Timer 1 Count Register is shifted left by eight bit, the lower eight bits become
zero, and this 16-bit value is used as the count for GP Timer 1.
3
Timebase for General Purpose Timer 2: Selects timebase for GP Timer 2 (F0 Index 8Ah). 0 = 1 sec; 1 = 1 msec.
2
Re-trigger General Purpose Timer 2 on GPIO7 Pin Transition: A configured transition on the GPIO7 pin reloads GP
Timer 2 (F0 Index 8Ah). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
F0 Index 92h[7] selects whether a rising- or a falling-edge transition acts as a reload. For GPIO7 to work here, it must first be
configured as an input (F0 Index 90h[7] = 0).
1:0
Index 8Ch
7:0
Reserved: Set to 0.
IRQ Speedup Timer Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
IRQ Speedup Timer Count: This register holds the load value for the IRQ speedup timer. It is loaded into the timer when
Suspend Modulation is enabled (F0 Index 96h[0] = 1) and an INTR or an access to I/O Port 061h occurs. When the event
occurs, the Suspend Modulation logic is inhibited, permitting full performance operation of the CPU. Upon expiration, no SMI
is generated; the Suspend Modulation begins again. The IRQ speedup timer’s timebase is 1 ms.
This speedup mechanism allows instantaneous response to system interrupts for full-speed interrupt processing. A typical
value here would be 2 to 4 ms.
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Bit
Index 8Dh
7:0
Description
Video Speedup Timer Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Video Speedup Timer Count: This register holds the load value for the Video speedup timer. It is loaded into the timer
when Suspend Modulation is enabled (F0 Index 96h[0] = 1) and any access to the graphics controller occurs. When a video
access occurs, the Suspend Modulation logic is inhibited, permitting full-performance operation of the CPU. Upon expiration, no SMI is generated; the Suspend Modulation begins again. The video speedup timer’s timebase is 1 ms.
This speedup mechanism allows instantaneous response to video activity for full speed during video processing calculations. A typical value here would be 50 to 100 ms.
Index 8Eh
7:0
VGA Timer Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
VGA Timer Load Value: This register holds the load value for the VGA timer. The value is loaded into the timer when the
timer is enabled (F0 Index 83h[3] = 1). The timer is decremented with each clock of the configured timebase (F0 Index
8Bh[6]). Upon expiration of the timer, an SMI is generated and the status is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[6]
(only). Once expired, this timer must be re-initialized by disabling it (F0 Index 83h[3] = 0) and then enabling it (F0 Index
83h[3] = 1). When the count value is changed in this register, the timer must be re-initialized in order for the new value to be
loaded.
This timer’s timebase is selectable as 1 ms (default) or 32 µs. (F0 Index 8Bh).
Note: Although grouped with the power management Idle Timers, the VGA Timer is not a power management function. It is
not affected by the Global Power Management Enable setting at F0 Index 80h[0].
Index 8Fh
Reserved
Reset Value = xxh
Index 90h
GPIO Pin Direction Register 1 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
7
GPIO7 Direction: Selects if GPIO7 is an input or output. 0 = Input; 1 = Output.
6
GPIO6 Direction: Selects if GPIO6 is an input or output. 0 = Input; 1 = Output.
5
GPIO5 Direction: Selects if GPIO5 is an input or output. 0 = Input; 1 = Output.
4
GPIO4 Direction: Selects if GPIO4 is an input or output. 0 = Input; 1 = Output.
3
GPIO3 Direction: Selects if GPIO3 is an input or output. 0 = Input; 1 = Output.
2
GPIO2 Direction: Selects if GPIO2 is an input or output. 0 = Input; 1 = Output.
1
GPIO1 Direction: Selects if GPIO1 is an input or output. 0 = Input; 1 = Output.
0
GPIO0 Direction: Selects if GPIO0 is an input or output. 0 = Input; 1 = Output.
Note: Several of these pins have specific alternate functions. The direction configured here must be consistent with the pins’ use as the
alternate function.
Index 91h
GPIO Pin Data Register 1 (R/W)
7
GPIO7 Data: Reflects the level of GPIO7. 0 = Low; 1 = High.
6
GPIO6 Data: Reflects the level of GPIO6. 0 = Low; 1 = High.
5
GPIO5 Data: Reflects the level of GPIO5. 0 = Low; 1 = High.
4
GPIO4 Data: Reflects the level of GPIO4. 0 = Low; 1 = High.
3
GPIO3 Data: Reflects the level of GPIO3. 0 = Low; 1 = High.
2
GPIO2 Data: Reflects the level of GPIO2. 0 = Low; 1 = High.
1
GPIO1 Data: Reflects the level of GPIO1. 0 = Low; 1 = High.
0
GPIO0 Data: Reflects the level of GPIO0. 0 = Low; 1 = High.
Reset Value = 00h
Note: This register contains the direct values of GPIO[7:0] pins. Write operations are valid only for bits defined as output. Reads from
this register read the last written value if the pin is an output. The pins are configured as inputs or outputs in F0 Index 90h.
Index 92h
GPIO Control Register 1 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
7
GPIO7 Edge Sense for Reload of General Purpose Timer 2: Selects which edge transition of GPIO7 causes
GP Timer 2 to reload. 0 = Rising; 1 = Falling (Note 2).
6
GPIO6 Enabled as Lid Switch: Allow GPIO6 to act as the lid switch input. 0 = GPIO6; 1 = Lid switch.
When enabled, every transition of the GPIO6 pin causes the lid switch status to toggle and generate an SMI.
The top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 87h/F7h[3].
If GPIO6 is enabled as the lid switch, F0 Index 87h/F7h[4] reports the current status of the lid’s position.
5
GPIO2 Edge Sense for SMI: Selects which edge transition of the GPIO2 pin generates an SMI. 0 = Rising; 1 = Falling.
Bit 2 must be set to enable this bit.
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Bit
Description
4
GPIO1 Edge Sense for SMI: Selects which edge transition of the GPIO1 pin generates an SMI. 0 = Rising; 1 = Falling.
Bit 1 must be set to enable this bit.
3
GPIO0 Edge Sense for SMI: Selects which edge transition of the GPIO0 pin generates an SMI. 0 = Rising; 1 = Falling.
Bit 1 must be set to enable this bit.
2
Enable GPIO2 as an External SMI Source: Allow GPIO2 to be an external SMI source and generate an SMI on either a
rising or falling edge transition (depends upon setting of bit 5). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable (Note 3).
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status reporting is at F0 Index 87h/F7h[7].
1
Enable GPIO1 as an External SMI Source: Allow GPIO1 to be an external SMI source and generate an SMI on either a
rising- or falling-edge transition (depends upon setting of bit 4). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable (Note 3).
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status reporting is at F0 Index 87h/F7h[6].
0
Enable GPIO0 as an External SMI Source: Allow GPIO0 to be an external SMI source and generate an SMI on either a
rising or falling edge transition (depends upon setting of bit 3). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable (Note 3)
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status reporting is at F0 Index 87h/F7h[5].
Notes: 1) For any of the above bits to function properly, the respective GPIO pin must be configured as an input (F0 Index 90h).
2) GPIO7 can generate an SMI (F0 Index 97h[3]) or re-trigger General Purpose Timer 2 (F0 Index 8Bh[2]) or both.
3) If GPIO[2:0] are enabled as external SMI sources, they are the only GPIOs that can be used as SMI sources to wake-up the
system from Suspend when the clocks are stopped.
Index 93h
7
Miscellaneous Device Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Floppy Drive Port Select: All system resources used to power manage the floppy drive use the primary or secondary FDC
addresses for decode. 0 = Primary; 1 = Primary and Secondary.
6
Reserved: This bit must always be set to 1.
5
Partial Primary Hard Disk Decode: This bit is used to restrict the addresses which are decoded as primary hard disk
accesses.
0 = Power management monitors all reads and writes I/O Port 1F0h-1F7h, 3F6h
1 = Power management monitors only writes to I/O Port 1F6h and 1F7h
4
Partial Secondary Hard Disk Decode: This bit is used to restrict the addresses which are decoded as secondary hard
Disk accesses.
0 = Power management monitors all reads and writes I/O Port 170h-177h, 376h
1 = Power management monitors only writes to I/O Port 176h and 177h
3:2
Reserved: Set to 0.
1
Mouse on Serial Enable: Mouse is present on a serial port. 0 = No; 1 = Yes. (Note)
0
Mouse Port Select: Selects which serial port the mouse is attached to. 0 = COM1; 1 = COM2. (Note)
Note: Bits 1 and 0 - If a mouse is attached to a serial port (bit 1 = 1), that port is removed from the serial device list being used to
monitor serial port access for power management purposes and added to the keyboard/mouse decode. This is done because a
mouse, along with the keyboard, is considered an input device and is used only to determine when to blank the screen.
These bits determine the decode used for the Keyboard/Mouse Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index 9Eh) as well as the Parallel/
Serial Port Idle Timer Count Register (F0 Index 9Ch).
Index 94h
7:0
Suspend Modulation OFF Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Suspend Signal Deasserted Count: This 8-bit value represents the number of 32 µs intervals that the SUSP# pin will be
deasserted to the GX1 processor. This timer, together with the Suspend Modulation ON Count Register (F0 Index 95h), perform the Suspend Modulation function for CPU power management. The ratio of the on-to-off count sets up an effective
(emulated) clock frequency, allowing the power manager to reduce CPU power consumption.
This timer is prematurely reset if an enabled speedup event occurs. The speedup events are IRQ speedups and video
speedups.
Index 95h
7:0
Suspend Modulation ON Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Suspend Signal Asserted Count: This 8-bit value represents the number of 32 µs intervals that the SUSP# pin will be
asserted. This timer, together with the Suspend Modulation OFF Count Register (F0 Index 94h), perform the Suspend Modulation function for CPU power management. The ratio of the on-to-off count sets up an effective (emulated) clock frequency, allowing the power manager to reduce CPU power consumption.
This timer is prematurely reset if an enabled speedup event occurs. The speedup events are IRQ speedups and video
speedups.
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Bit
Description
Index 96h
7:5
Suspend Configuration Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Reserved: Set to 0.
4
Power Savings Mode: 0 = Enable; 1 = Disable.
3
Include ISA Clock in Power Savings Mode: 0 = ISA clock not included; 1 = ISA clock included.
2
Suspend Mode Configuration: “Special 3 Volt Suspend” mode to support powering down the GX1 processor during Suspend. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
1
SMI Speedup Configuration: Selects how Suspend Modulation function reacts when an SMI occurs.
0 = Use the IRQ Speedup Timer Count Register (F0 Index 8Ch) to temporarily disable Suspend Modulation when an SMI
occurs.
1 = Disable Suspend Modulation when an SMI occurs until a read to the SMI Speedup Disable Register (F1BAR+Memory
Offset 08h).
The purpose of this bit is to disable Suspend Modulation while the CPU is in the System Management Mode so that VSA
technology and power management operations occur at full speed. Two methods for accomplishing this are either to map
the SMI into the IRQ Speedup Timer Count Register (F0 Index 8Ch), or to have the SMI disable Suspend Modulation until
the SMI handler reads the SMI Speedup Disable Register (F1BAR+Memory Offset 08h). The latter is the preferred method.
The IRQ speedup method is provided for software compatibility with earlier revisions of the CS5530A. This bit has no effect
if the Suspend Modulation feature is disabled (bit 0 = 0).
0
Suspend Modulation Feature: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
When enabled, the SUSP# pin will be asserted and deasserted for the durations programmed in the Suspend Modulation
OFF/ON Count Registers (F0 Index 94h/95h).
Index 97h
7
GPIO Control Register 2 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
GPIO7 Edge Sense for SMI: Selects which edge transition of the GPIO7 pin generates an SMI. 0 = Rising; 1 = Falling.
Bit 3 must be set to enable this bit.
6
GPIO5 Edge Sense for SMI: Selects which edge transition of the GPIO5 pin generates an SMI. 0 = Rising; 1 = Falling.
Bit 2 must be set to enable this bit.
5
GPIO4 Edge Sense for SMI: Selects which edge transition of the GPIO4 pin generates an SMI. 0 = Rising; 1 = Falling.
Bit 1 must be set to enable this bit.
4
GPIO3 Edge Sense for SMI: Selects which edge transition of the GPIO3 pin generates an SMI. 0 = Rising; 1 = Falling.
Bit 0 must be set to enable this bit.
3
Enable GPIO7 as an External SMI Source: Allow GPIO7 to be an external SMI source and to generate an SMI on either a
rising or falling edge transition (depends upon setting of bit 7). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status reporting is at F0 Index 84h/F4h[3].
2
Enable GPIO5 as an External SMI Source: Allow GPIO5 to be an external SMI source and to generate an SMI on either a
rising or falling edge transition (depends upon setting of bit 6). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status reporting is at F0 Index 84h/F4h[2].
1
Enable GPIO4 as an External SMI Source: Allow GPIO4 to be an external SMI source and to generate an SMI on either a
rising- or falling-edge transition (depends upon setting of bit 5). 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status reporting is at F0 Index 84h/F4h[1].
0
Enable GPIO3 as an External SMI Source: Allow GPIO3 to be an external SMI source and to generate an SMI on either a
rising or falling edge transition (depends upon setting of bit 4) 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status reporting is at F0 Index 84h/F4h[0].
Note: For any of the above bits to function properly, the respective GPIO pin must be configured as an input (F0 Index 90h).
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Bit
Description
Index 98h-99h
15:0
Primary Hard Disk Idle Timer Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
Primary Hard Disk Idle Timer Count: The idle timer loaded from this register is used to determine when the primary hard
disk is not in use so that it can be powered down. The 16-bit value programmed here represents the period of primary hard
disk inactivity after which the system is alerted via an SMI. The timer is automatically reloaded with the count value whenever an access occurs to the configured primary hard disk’s data port (configured in F0 Index 93h[5]). The timer uses a 1
second timebase.
To enable this timer set F0 Index 81h[0] = 1.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[0].
Index 9Ah-9Bh
15:0
Floppy Disk Idle Timer Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
Floppy Disk Idle Timer Count: The idle timer loaded from this register is used to determine when the floppy disk drive is
not in use so that it can be powered down. The 16-bit value programmed here represents the period of floppy disk drive
inactivity after which the system is alerted via an SMI. The timer is automatically reloaded with the count value whenever an
access occurs to any of I/O Ports 3F2h, 3F4h, 3F5h, and 3F7h (primary) or 372h, 374h, 375h, and 377h (secondary). The
timer uses a 1 second timebase.
To enable this timer set F0 Index 81h[1] = 1.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[1].
Index 9Ch-9Dh
15:0
Parallel / Serial Idle Timer Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
Parallel / Serial Idle Timer Count: The idle timer loaded from this register is used to determine when the parallel and serial
ports are not in use so that the ports can be power managed. The 16-bit value programmed here represents the period of
inactivity for these ports after which the system is alerted via an SMI. The timer is automatically reloaded with the count
value whenever an access occurs to the parallel (LPT) or serial (COM) I/O address spaces. If the mouse is enabled on a
serial port, that port is not considered here. The timer uses a 1 second timebase.
To enable this timer set F0 Index 81h[2] = 1.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[2].
Index 9Eh-9Fh
15:0
Keyboard / Mouse Idle Timer Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
Keyboard / Mouse Idle Timer Count: The idle timer loaded from this register determines when the keyboard and mouse
are not in use so that the LCD screen can be blanked. The 16-bit value programmed here represents the period of inactivity
for these ports after which the system is alerted via an SMI. The timer is automatically reloaded with the count value whenever an access occurs to either the keyboard or mouse I/O address spaces, including the mouse serial port address space
when a mouse is enabled on a serial port. The timer uses a 1 second timebase.
To enable this timer set F0 Index 81h[3] = 1.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[3].
Index A0h-A1h
15:0
User Defined Device 1 Idle Timer Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
User Defined Device 1 (UDEF1) Idle Timer Count: The idle timer loaded from this register determines when the device
configured as UDEF1 is not in use so that it can be power managed. The 16-bit value programmed here represents the
period of inactivity for this device after which the system is alerted via an SMI. The timer is automatically reloaded with the
count value whenever an access occurs to memory or I/O address space configured at F0 Index C0h (base address register) and F0 Index CCh (control register). The timer uses a 1 second timebase.
To enable this timer set F0 Index 81h[4] = 1.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[4].
Index A2h-A3h
15:0
User Defined Device 2 Idle Timer Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
User Defined Device 2 (UDEF2) Idle Timer Count: The idle timer loaded from this register determines when the device
configured as UDEF2 is not in use so that it can be power managed. The 16-bit value programmed here represents the
period of inactivity for this device after which the system is alerted via an SMI. The timer is automatically reloaded with the
count value whenever an access occurs to memory or I/O address space configured at F0 Index C4h (base address register) and F0 Index CDh (control register). The timer uses a 1 second timebase.
To enable this timer set F0 Index 81h[5] = 1.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[5].
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Bit
Description
Index A4h-A5h
15:0
User Defined Device 3 Idle Timer Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
User Defined Device 3 (UDEF3) Idle Timer Count: The idle timer loaded from this register determines when the device
configured as UDEF3 is not in use so that it can be power managed. The 16-bit value programmed here represents the
period of inactivity for this device after which the system is alerted via an SMI. The timer is automatically reloaded with the
count value whenever an access occurs to memory or I/O address space configured at F0 Index C8h (base address register) and F0 Index CEh (control register). The timer uses a 1 second timebase.
To enable this timer set F0 Index 81h[6] = 1.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[6].
Index A6h-A7h
15:0
Video Idle Timer Count Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
Video Idle Timer Count: The idle timer loaded from this register determines when the graphics subsystem has been idle as
part of the Suspend determination algorithm. The 16-bit value programmed here represents the period of video inactivity
after which the system is alerted via an SMI. The count in this timer is automatically reset whenever an access occurs to the
graphics controller space. The timer uses a 1 second timebase.
In a GX1 processor based system the graphics controller is embedded in the CPU, so video activity is communicated to the
CS5530A via the serial connection (PSERIAL register, bit 0) from the processor. The CS5530A also detects accesses to
standard VGA space on PCI (3Bxh, 3Cxh, 3Dxh and A000h-B7FFh) in the event an external VGA controller is being used.
To enable this timer set F0 Index 81h[7] = 1.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 85h/F5h[7].
Index A8h-A9h
15:0
Video Overflow Count Register (R/W)
Video Overflow Count: Each time the Video Speedup timer (F0 Index 8Dh) is triggered, a 100 ms timer is started. If the
100 ms timer expires before the Video Speedup timer lapses, the Video Overflow Count Register increments and the 100
ms timer re-triggers. Software clears the overflow register when new evaluations are to begin. The count contained in this
register may be combined with other data to determine the type of video accesses present in the system.
Index AAh-ABh
Reserved
Index ACh-ADh
Secondary Hard Disk Idle Timer Count Register (R/W)
15:0
Reset Value = 0000h
Reset Value = xxh
Reset Value = 0000h
Secondary Hard Disk Idle Timer Count: The idle timer loaded from this register is used to determine when the secondary
hard disk is not in use so that it can be powered down. The 16-bit value programmed here represents the period of secondary hard disk inactivity after which the system is alerted via an SMI. The timer is automatically reloaded with the count value
whenever an access occurs to the configured secondary hard disk’s data port (configured in F0 Index 93h[4]). The timer
uses a 1 second timebase.
To enable this timer set F0 Index 83h[7] = 1.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 86h/F6h[4].
Index AEh
7:0
CPU Suspend Command Register (WO)
Reset Value = 00h
Software CPU Suspend Command (Write Only): If bit 0 in the Clock Stop Control Register is set low (F0 Index BCh[0] =
0) and all SMI status bits are 0, a write to this register causes a SUSP#/SUSPA# handshake with the CPU, placing the CPU
in a low-power state. The data written is irrelevant. Once in this state, any unmasked IRQ or SMI releases the CPU halt condition.
If F0 Index BCh[0] = 1, writing to this register invokes a full system Suspend. In this case, the SUSP_3V pin is asserted after
the SUSP#/SUSPA# halt. Upon a Resume event (see Note), the PLL delay programmed in the F0 Index BCh[7:4] is invoked,
allowing the clock chip and CPU PLL to stabilize before deasserting the SUSP# pin.
Note: If the clocks are stopped, the external IRQ4 and IRQ3 pins, when enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 1Ah[4:3]), are the
only IRQ pins that can be used as a Resume event. If GPIO2, GPIO1, and GPIO0 are enabled as an external SMI
source (F0 Index 92h[2:0]), they too can be used as a Resume event. No other CS5530A pins can be used to wakeup the system from Suspend when the clocks are stopped. As long as the 32 KHz clock remains active, internal SMI
events are also Resume events.
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Bit
Description
Index AFh
7:0
Suspend Notebook Command Register (WO)
Reset Value = 00h
Software CPU Stop Clock Suspend (Write Only): A write to this register causes a SUSP#/SUSPA# handshake with the
CPU, placing the CPU in a low-power state. Following this handshake, the SUSP_3V pin is asserted. The SUSP_3V pin is
intended to be used to stop all system clocks.
Upon a Resume event (see Note), the SUSP_3V pin is deasserted. After a slight delay, the CS5530A deasserts the SUSP#
signal. Once the clocks are stable, the processor deasserts SUSPA# and system operation resumes.
Note: If the clocks are stopped the external IRQ4 and IRQ3 pins, when enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 1Ah[4:3]), are the
only IRQ pins that can be used as a Resume event. If GPIO2, GPIO1, and GPIO0 are enabled as an external SMI
source (F0 Index 92h[2:0]), they too can be used as a Resume event. No other CS5530A pins can be used to wakeup the system from Suspend when the clocks are stopped.
Index B0h-B3h
Index B4h
7:0
Reserved
Reset Value = xxh
Floppy Port 3F2h Shadow Register (RO)
Reset Value = xxh
Floppy Port 3F2h Shadow (Read Only): Last written value of I/O Port 3F2h. Required for support of FDC power ON/OFF
and Save-to-Disk/RAM coherency.
This register is a copy of an I/O register which cannot safely be directly read. Value in register is not deterministic of when
the register is being read. It is provided here to assist in a Save-to-Disk operation.
Index B5h
7:0
Floppy Port 3F7h Shadow Register (RO)
Reset Value = xxh
Floppy Port 3F7h Shadow (Read Only): Last written value of I/O Port 3F7h. Required for support of FDC power ON/OFF
and Save-to-Disk/RAM coherency.
This register is a copy of an I/O register which cannot safely be directly read. Value in register is not deterministic of when
the register is being read. It is provided here to assist in a Save-to-Disk operation.
Index B6h
7:0
Floppy Port 1F2h Shadow Register (RO)
Reset Value = xxh
Floppy Port 1F2h Shadow (Read Only): Last written value of I/O Port 1F2h. Required for support of FDC power ON/OFF
and Save-to-Disk/RAM coherency.
This register is a copy of an I/O register which cannot safely be directly read. Value in register is not deterministic of when
the register is being read. It is provided here to assist in a Save-to-Disk operation.
Index B7h
7:0
Floppy Port 1F7h Shadow Register (RO)
Reset Value = xxh
Floppy Port 1F7h Shadow (Read Only): Last written value of I/O Port 1F7h. Required for support of FDC power ON/OFF
and Save-to-Disk/RAM coherency.
This register is a copy of an I/O register which cannot safely be directly read. Value in register is not deterministic of when
the register is being read. It is provided here to assist in a Save-to-Disk operation.
Index B8h
7:0
DMA Shadow Register (RO)
Reset Value = xxh
DMA Shadow (Read Only): This 8-bit port sequences through the following list of shadowed DMA Controller registers. At
power on, a pointer starts at the first register in the list and consecutively reads incrementally through it. A write to this register resets the read sequence to the first register. Each shadow register in the sequence contains the last data written to
that location.
The read sequence for this register is:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
174
DMA Channel 0 Mode Register
DMA Channel 1 Mode Register
DMA Channel 2 Mode Register
DMA Channel 3 Mode Register
DMA Channel 4 Mode Register
DMA Channel 5 Mode Register
DMA Channel 6 Mode Register
DMA Channel 7 Mode Register
DMA Channel Mask Register (bit 0 is channel 0 mask, etc.)
DMA Busy Register (bit 0 or 1 means a DMA occurred within last 1 ms, all other bits are 0)
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Bit
Description
Index B9h
7:0
PIC Shadow Register (RO)
Reset Value = xxh
PIC Shadow (Read Only): This 8-bit port sequences through the following list of shadowed Programmable Interrupt Controller registers. At power on, a pointer starts at the first register in the list and consecutively reads incrementally through it.
A write to this register resets the read sequence to the first register. Each shadow register in the sequence contains the last
data written to that location.
The read sequence for this register is:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
PIC1 ICW1
PIC1 ICW2
PIC1 ICW3
PIC1 ICW4 - Bits [7:5] of ICW4 are always 0
PIC1 OCW2 - Bits [6:3] of OCW2 are always 0 (Note)
PIC1 OCW3 - Bits [7, 4] are 0 and bit [6, 3] are 1
PIC2 ICW1
PIC2 ICW2
PIC2 ICW3
PIC2 ICW4 - Bits [7:5] of ICW4 are always 0
PIC2 OCW2 - Bits [6:3] of OCW2 are always 0 (Note)
PIC2 OCW3 - Bits [7, 4] are 0 and bit [6, 3] are 1
Note: To restore OCW2 to shadow register value, write the appropriate address twice. First with the shadow register value,
then with the shadow register value ORed with C0h.
Index BAh
7:0
PIT Shadow Register (RO)
Reset Value = xxh
PIT Shadow (Read Only): This 8-bit port sequences through the following list of shadowed Programmable Interval Timer
registers. At power on, a pointer starts at the first register in the list and consecutively reads to increment through it. A write
to this register resets the read sequence to the first register. Each shadow register in the sequence contains the last data
written to that location.
The read sequence for this register is:
1. Counter 0 LSB (least significant byte)
2. Counter 0 MSB
3. Counter 1 LSB
4. Counter 1 MSB
5. Counter 2 LSB
6. Counter 2 MSB
7. Counter 0 Command Word
8. Counter 1 Command Word
9. Counter 2 Command Word
Note: The LSB/MSB of the count is the Counter base value, not the current value.
Bits [7:6] of the command words are not used.
Index BBh
RTC Index Shadow Register (RO)
7:0
RTC Index Shadow (Read Only): The RTC Shadow register contains the last written value of the RTC Index
register (I/O Port 070h).
Index BCh
7:4
Clock Stop Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = xxh
Reset Value = 00h
PLL Delay: The programmed value in this field sets the delay (in milliseconds) after a break event occurs before the SUSP#
pin is deasserted to the CPU. This delay is designed to allow the clock chip and CPU PLL to stabilize before starting execution. This delay is only invoked if the STP_CLK bit (bit 0) was set.
The four-bit field allows values from 0 to 15 ms.
0000 = 0 ms
0001 = 1 ms
0010 = 2 ms
0011 = 3 ms
3:1
0100 = 4 ms
0101 = 5 ms
0110 = 6 ms
0111 = 7 ms
1000 = 8 ms
1001 = 9 ms
1010 = 10 ms
1011 = 11 ms
1100 = 12 ms
1101 = 13 ms
1110 = 14 ms
1111 = 15 ms
Reserved: Set to 0.
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Bit
Description
0
CPU Clock Stop: 0 = Normal SUSP#/ SUSPA# handshake; 1 = Full system Suspend.
Note: This register configures the CS5530A to support a 3 Volt Suspend. Setting bit 0 causes the SUSP_3V pin to assert after the
appropriate conditions, stopping the system clocks. A delay of 0 to 15 ms is programmable (bits 7:4) to allow for a delay for the
clock chip and CPU PLL to stabilize when an event Resumes the system.
A write to the CPU Suspend Command Register (F0 Index AEh) with bit 0 written as:
0 = SUSP#/SUSPA# handshake occurs. The CPU is put into a low-power state, and the system clocks are not stopped. When a
break/resume event occurs, it releases the CPU halt condition.
1 = SUSP#/SUSPA# handshake occurs and the SUSP_3V pin is asserted, thus invoking a full system Suspend (both CPU and
system clocks are stopped). When a break event occurs, the SUSP_3V pin will deassert, the PLL delay programmed in bits [7:4]
will be invoked which allows the clock chip and CPU PLL to stabilize before deasserting the SUSP# pin.
Index BDh-BFh
Reserved
Index C0h-C3h
User Defined Device 1 Base Address Register (R/W)
31:0
User Defined Device 2 Base Address Register (R/W)
User Defined Device 3 Base Address Register (R/W)
7
Reset Value = 00000000h
User Defined Device 3 (UDEF3) Base Address [31:0]: This 32-bit register supports power management (trap and idle
timer resources) for a PCMCIA slot or some other device in the system. The value written is used as the address comparator for the device trap/timer logic. The device can be memory or I/O mapped (configured in F0 Index CEh).
Index CCh
6:0
Reset Value = 00000000h
User Defined Device 2 (UDEF2) Base Address [31:0]: This 32-bit register supports power management (trap and idle
timer resources) for a PCMCIA slot or some other device in the system. The value written is used as the address comparator for the device trap/timer logic. The device can be memory or I/O mapped (configured in F0 Index CDh).
Index C8h-CBh
31:0
Reset Value = 00000000h
User Defined Device 1 (UDEF1) Base Address [31:0]: This 32-bit register supports power management (trap and idle
timer resources) for a PCMCIA slot or some other device in the system. The value written is used as the address comparator for the device trap/timer logic. The device can be memory or I/O mapped (configured in F0 Index CCh).
Index C4h-C7h
31:0
Reset Value = xxh
User Defined Device 1 Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Memory or I/O Mapped: User Defined Device 1 is: 0 = I/O; 1 = Memory.
Mask
If bit 7 = 0 (I/O):
Bit 6
0 = Disable write cycle tracking
1 = Enable write cycle tracking
Bit 5
0 = Disable read cycle tracking
1 = Enable read cycle tracking
Bits 4:0
Mask for address bits A[4:0]
If bit 7 = 1 (M/IO):
Bits 6:0
Mask for address memory bits A[15:9] (512 bytes min. and 64 KB max.) and A[8:0] are ignored.
Note: A “1” in a mask bit means that the address bit is ignored for comparison.
Index CDh
7
6:0
User Defined Device 2 Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Memory or I/O Mapped: User Defined Device 2 is: 0 = I/O; 1 = Memory.
Mask
If bit 7 = 0 (I/O):
Bit 6
0 = Disable write cycle tracking
1 = Enable write cycle tracking
Bit 5
0 = Disable read cycle tracking
1 = Enable read cycle tracking
Bits 4:0
Mask for address bits A[4:0]
If bit 7 = 1 (M/IO):
Bits 6:0
Mask for address memory bits A[15:9] (512 bytes min. and 64 KB max.) and A[8:0] are ignored.
Note: A “1” in a mask bit means that the address bit is ignored for comparison.
Index CEh
7
176
User Defined Device 3 Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Memory or I/O Mapped: User Defined Device 3 is: 0 = I/O; 1 = Memory.
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Bit
Description
6:0
Mask
If bit 7 = 0 (I/O):
Bit 6
0 = Disable write cycle tracking
1 = Enable write cycle tracking
Bit 5
0 = Disable read cycle tracking
1 = Enable read cycle tracking
Bits 4:0
Mask for address bits A[4:0]
If bit 7 = 1 (M/IO):
Bits 6:0
Mask for address memory bits A[15:9] (512 bytes min. and 64 KB max.) and A[8:0] are ignored.
Note: A “1” in a mask bit means that the address bit is ignored for comparison.
Index CFh
Reserved
Reset Value = xxh
Index D0h
Software SMI Register (WO)
Reset Value = 00h
7:0
Software SMI (Write Only): A write to this location generates an SMI. The data written is irrelevant. This register allows
software entry into SMM via normal bus access instructions.
Index D1h-EBh
Index ECh
7:0
Reserved
Reset Value = xxh
Timer Test Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Timer Test Value: The Timer Test Register is intended only for test and debug purposes. It is not intended for setting operational timebases.
Index EDh-F3h
Index F4h
7:5
Reserved
Reset Value = xxh
Second Level Power Management Status Register 1 (RC)
Reset Value = 00h
Reserved
4
Game Port SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a R/W access to game port (I/O Port 200h and 201h)?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Game Port Read SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 83h[4].
Game Port Write SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 53h[3].
3
GPIO7 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by transition on (properly-configured) GPIO7 pin? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 97h[3].
2
GPIO5 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by transition on (properly-configured) GPIO5 pin? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 97h[2].
1
GPIO4 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by transition on (properly-configured) GPIO4 pin? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 97h[1].
0
GPIO3 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by transition on (properly-configured) GPIO3 pin? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 97h[0].
Note: Properly-configured means that the GPIO pin must be enabled as a GPIO, an input, and to cause an SMI.
This register provides status on various power-management SMI events. Reading this register clears the SMI status bits. A readonly (mirror) version of this register exists at F0 Index 84h.
Index F5h
7
Second Level Power Management Status Register 2 (RC)
Reset Value = 00h
Video Idle Timer SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by expiration of the Video Idle Timer Count Register
(F0 Index A6h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 81h[7].
6
User Defined Device 3 (UDEF3) Idle Timer SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by expiration of the UDEF3 Idle
Timer Count Register (F0 Index A4h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 81h[6].
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Bit
5
Description
User Defined Device 2 (UDEF2) Idle Timer SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by expiration of the UDEF2 Idle
Timer Count Register (F0 Index A2h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 81h[5].
4
User Defined Device 1 (UDEF1) Idle Timer SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by expiration of the UDEF1 Idle
Timer Count Register (F0 Index A0h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 81h[4].
3
Keyboard/Mouse Idle Timer SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by expiration of the Keyboard/Mouse Idle
Timer Count Register (F0 Index 9Eh)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 81h[3].
2
Parallel/Serial Idle Timer SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by expiration of the Parallel/Serial Port Idle Timer
Count Register (F0 Index 9Ch)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 81h[2].
1
Floppy Disk Idle Timer SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by expiration of the Floppy Disk Idle Timer Count
Register (F0 Index 9Ah)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 81h[1].
0
Primary Hard Disk Idle Timer SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by expiration of the Primary Hard Disk Idle
Timer Count Register (F0 Index 98h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 81h[0].
Note: This register provides status on the Device Idle Timers to the SMI handler. A bit set here indicates that the device was idle for the
duration configured in the Idle Timer Count register for that device, causing an SMI. Reading this register clears the SMI status
bits. A read-only (mirror) version of this register exists at F0 Index 85h. If the value of the register must be read without clearing
the SMI source (and consequently deasserting SMI), F0 Index 85h may be read instead.
Index F6h
7
Second Level Power Management Status Register 3 (RC)
Reset Value = 00h
Video Access Trap SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to the Video I/O Trap?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 82h[7].
6
Reserved (Read Only)
5
Secondary Hard Disk Access Trap SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to the
secondary hard disk? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 83h[6].
4
Secondary Hard Disk Idle Timer SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by expiration of the Hard Disk Idle Timer
Count Register (F0 Index ACh)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 83h[7].
3
Keyboard/Mouse Access Trap SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to the keyboard or
mouse? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 82h[3].
2
Parallel/Serial Access Trap SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to either the serial or
parallel ports? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 82h[2].
1
Floppy Disk Access Trap SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to the
floppy disk? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 82h[1].
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Bit
Description
0
Primary Hard Disk Access Trap SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to the
primary hard disk? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 82h[0].
Note: This register provides status on the Device Traps to the SMI handler. A bit set here indicates that an access occurred to the
device while the trap was enabled, causing an SMI. Reading this register clears the SMI status bits. A read-only (mirror) version
of this register exists at F0 Index 86h. If the value of the register must be read without clearing the SMI source (and consequently
deasserting SMI), F0 Index 86h may be read instead.
Index F7h
7
Second Level Power Management Status Register 4 (RO/RC)
Reset Value = 00h
GPIO2 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by transition on (properly-configured) GPIO2 pin? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 92h[2].
6
GPIO1 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by transition on (properly-configured) GPIO1 pin? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 92h[1].
5
GPIO0 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by transition on (properly-configured) GPIO0 pin? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 92h[0].
4
3
Lid Position (Read Only): This bit maintains the current status of the lid position. If the GPIO6 pin is configured as the lid
switch indicator, this bit reflects the state of the pin.
Lid Switch SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a transition on the GPIO6 (lid switch) pin? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
For this to happen, the GPIO6 pin must be configured both as an input (F0 Index 90h[6] = 0) and as the lid switch (F0 Index
92h[6] =1).
2
Codec SDATA_IN SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by an AC97 codec producing a positive edge on
SDATA_IN? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of status is reporting. The top level status is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 80h[5].
1
RTC Alarm (IRQ8) SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by an RTC interrupt? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This SMI event can only occur while in 3V Suspend and RTC interrupt occurs.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
0
ACPI Timer SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by an ACPI Timer MSB toggle? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
SMI generation configuration is at F0 Index 83h[5].
Note: Properly-configured means that the GPIO pin must be enabled as a GPIO, an input, and to cause an SMI.
This register provides status on several miscellaneous power management events that generate SMIs, as well as the status of
the Lid Switch. Reading this register clears the SMI status bits. A read-only (mirror) version of this register exists at
F0 Index 87h.
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The register space for the SMI status and ACPI Timer registers is divided into two sections. The first section is used
to configure the PCI portion of this support hardware. A
Base Address Register at F1 Index 10h (F1BAR) points to
the base address of where the second portion of the register space is located. This second section contains the SMI
status and ACPI timer support registers.
Note:
Table 5-16 shows the PCI header registers of F1. The
memory mapped registers accessed through F1BAR are
shown in Table 5-17.
If the Power Management Configuration Trap bit (F0 Index
41h[3]) is enabled, an access to the PCI header registers
causes an SMI. Access through F1BAR is not affected by
this bit.
The ACPI Timer Count Register is accessible
through F1BAR+Memory Offset 1Ch and I/O Port
121Ch.
Table 5-16. F1 Index xxh: PCI Header Registers for SMI Status and ACPI Timer
Bit
Description
Index 00h-01h
Vendor Identification Register (RO)
Reset Value = 1078h
Index 02h-03h
Device Identification Register (RO)
Reset Value = 0101h
Index 04h-05h
PCI Command Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
15:2
1
Reserved (Read Only)
Memory Space: Allow CS5530A to respond to memory cycles from the PCI bus. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
This bit must be enabled to access memory offsets through F1BAR (F1 Index 10h).
0
Reserved (Read Only)
Index 06h-07h
Index 08h
PCI Status Register (RO)
Reset Value = 0280h
Device Revision ID Register (RO)
Index 09h-0Bh
PCI Class Code Register (RO)
Reset Value = 00h
Reset Value = 068000h
Index 0Ch
PCI Cache Line Size Register (RO)
Reset Value = 00h
Index 0Dh
PCI Latency Timer Register (RO)
Reset Value = 00h
Index 0Eh
PCI Header Type (RO)
Reset Value = 00h
Index 0Fh
PCI BIST Register (RO)
Reset Value = 00h
Index 10h-13h
Base Address Register — F1BAR (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
This register sets the base address of the memory mapped SMI status and ACPI timer related registers. Bits [7:0] are read only (00h),
indicating a 256-byte memory address range. Refer to Table 5-17 for the SMI status and ACPI timer registers bit formats and reset values. The upper 16 bytes are always mapped to the ACPI timer, and are always memory mapped.
Note: The ACPI Timer Count Register is accessible through F1BAR+Memory Offset 1Ch and I/O Port 121Ch.
31:8
SMI Status/Power Management Base Address
7:0
Address Range (Read Only)
Index 14h-3Fh
Reserved
Reset Value = 00h
Index 40h-FFh
Reserved
Reset Value = xxh
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Bit
Description
Offset 00h-01h
Top Level SMI Status Mirror Register (RO)
Reset Value = 0000h
15
Suspend Modulation Enable Mirror (Read Only): This bit mirrors the Suspend Mode Configuration bit (F0 Index 96h[0]).
It is used by the SMI handler to determine if the SMI Speedup Disable Register (F1BAR+Memory Offset 08h) must be
cleared on exit.
14
SMI Source is USB (Read Only): SMI was caused by USB activity? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
SMI generation is configured in F0 Index 42h[7:6].
13
SMI Source is Warm Reset Command (Read Only): SMI was caused by Warm Reset command? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
12
SMI Source is NMI (Read Only): SMI was caused by NMI activity? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
11:10
9
Reserved (Read Only): Always reads 0.
SMI Source is General Purpose Timers/User Defined Device Traps/Register Space Trap (Read Only): SMI was
caused by expiration of GP Timer 1/2; trapped access to UDEF3/2/1; trapped access to F1-F4 or ISA Legacy Register
Space? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
The next level of status is found at F1BAR+Memory Offset 04h/06h.
8
SMI Source is Software Generated (Read Only): SMI was caused by software? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
7
SMI on an A20M# Toggle (Read Only): SMI was caused by an access to either Port 092h or the keyboard command which
initiates an A20M# SMI? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This method of controlling the internal A20M# in the GX1 processor is used instead of a pin.
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 53h[0].
6
SMI Source is a VGA Timer Event (Read Only): SMI was caused by the expiration of the VGA Timer (F0 Index 8Eh)?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 83h[3].
5
SMI Source is Video Retrace (IRQ2) (Read Only): SMI was caused by a video retrace event as decoded from the serial
connection (PSERIAL register, bit 7) from the GX1 processor? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 83h[2].
4:2
1
Reserved (Read Only): Always reads 0.
SMI Source is Audio Interface (Read Only): SMI was caused by the audio interface? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
The next level SMI status registers is found in F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h.
0
SMI Source is Power Management Event (Read Only): SMI was caused by one of the power management resources?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
The next level of status is found at F0 Index 84h-87h/F4h-F7h.
Note: The status for the General Purpose Timers and the User Device Defined Traps are checked separately in bit 9.
Note: Reading this register does not clear the status bits. See F1BAR+Memory Offset 02h.
Offset 02h-03h
Top Level SMI Status Register (RC)
Reset Value = 0000h
15
Suspend Modulation Enable Mirror (Read to Clear): This bit mirrors the Suspend Mode Configuration bit (F0 Index
96h[0]). It is used by the SMI handler to determine if the SMI Speedup Disable Register (F1BAR+Memory Offset 08h) must
be cleared on exit.
14
SMI Source is USB (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by USB activity? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
SMI generation is configured in F0 Index 42h[7:6].
13
SMI Source is Warm Reset Command (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by Warm Reset command?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
12
SMI Source is NMI (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by NMI activity? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
11:10
9
Reserved (Read to Clear): Always reads 0.
SMI Source is General Purpose Timers/User Defined Device Traps/Register Space Trap (Read to Clear): SMI was
caused by expiration of GP Timer 1/2; trapped access to UDEF3/2/1; trapped access to F1-F4 or ISA Legacy Register
Space? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
The next level of status is found at F1BAR+Memory Offset 04h/06h.
8
SMI Source is Software Generated (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by software? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
7
SMI on an A20M# Toggle (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by an access to either Port 092h or the keyboard command
which initiates an A20M# SMI? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This method of controlling the internal A20M# in the GX1 processor is used instead of a pin.
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 53h[0].
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Bit
Description
6
SMI Source is a VGA Timer Event (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by the expiration of the VGA Timer (F0 Index 8Eh)?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 83h[3].
5
SMI Source is Video Retrace (IRQ2) (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a video retrace event as decoded from the
serial connection (PSERIAL register, bit 7) from the GX1 processor? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 83h[2].
4:2
Reserved (Read to Clear): Always reads 0.
1
SMI Source is Audio Interface (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by the audio interface? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
The next level SMI status registers is found in F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h.
0
SMI Source is Power Management Event (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by one of the power management resources?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
The next level of status is found at F0 Index 84h-87h/F4h-F7h.
Note: The status for the General Purpose Timers and the User Device Defined Traps are checked separately in bit 9.
Note: Reading this register clears all the SMI status bits. Note that bits 9, 1, and 0 have another level (second) of status reporting.
A read-only “Mirror” version of this register exists at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h. If the value of the register must be read without
clearing the SMI source (and consequently deasserting SMI), the Mirror register may be read instead.
Offset 04h-05h
15:6
5
Second Level General Traps & Timers SMI Status Mirror Register (RO)
Reset Value = 0000h
Reserved (Read Only)
PCI Function Trap (Read Only): SMI was caused by a trapped configuration cycle (listed below)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
Trapped access to F0 PCI header registers other than F0 Index 40h-43h; SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 41h[0].
Trapped access to F1 PCI header registers; SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 41h[3].
Trapped access to F2 PCI header registers; SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 41h[6].
Trapped access to F3 PCI header registers; SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 42h[0].
Trapped access to F4 PCI header registers; SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 42h[1].
4
SMI Source is Trapped Access to User Defined Device 3 (Read Only): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O or memory
access to the User Defined Device 3 (F0 Index C8h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 82h[6].
3
SMI Source is Trapped Access to User Defined Device 2 (Read Only): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O or memory
access to the User Defined Device 2 (F0 Index C4h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 82h[5].
2
SMI Source is Trapped Access to User Defined Device 1 (Read Only): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O or memory
access to the User Defined Device 1 (F0 Index C0h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 82h[4].
1
SMI Source is Expired General Purpose Timer 2 (Read Only): SMI was caused by the expiration of General
Purpose Timer 2 (F0 Index 8Ah)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 83h[1].
0
SMI Source is Expired General Purpose Timer 1 (Read Only): SMI was caused by the expiration of General
Purpose Timer 1 (F0 Index 88h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 83h[0].
Note: Reading this register does not clear the status bits. See F1BAR+Memory Offset 06h.
Offset 06h-07h
15:6
182
Second Level General Traps & Timers SMI Status Register (RC)
Reset Value = 0000h
Reserved (Read to Clear)
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Bit
Description
5
PCI Function Trap (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped configuration cycle (listed below)?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
Trapped access to F0 PCI header registers other than Index 40h-43h; SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 41h[0].
Trapped access to F1 PCI header registers; SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 41h[3].
Trapped access to F2 PCI header registers; SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 41h[6].
Trapped access to F3 PCI header registers; SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 42h[0].
Trapped access to F4 PCI header registers; SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 42h[1].
4
SMI Source is Trapped Access to User Defined Device 3 (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O or memory
access to the User Defined Device 3 (F0 Index C8h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 82h[6].
3
SMI Source is Trapped Access to User Defined Device 2 (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O or memory
access to the User Defined Device 2 (F0 Index C4h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 82h[5].
2
SMI Source is Trapped Access to User Defined Device 1 (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O or memory
access to the User Defined Device 1 (F0 Index C0h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 82h[4].
1
SMI Source is Expired General Purpose Timer 2 (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by the expiration of General
Purpose Timer 2 (F0 Index 8Ah)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 83h[1].
0
SMI Source is Expired General Purpose Timer 1 (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by the expiration of General
Purpose Timer 1 (F0 Index 88h)? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported in F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[9].
SMI generation enabling is at F0 Index 83h[0].
Note: Reading this register clears all the SMI status bits.
A read-only “Mirror” version of this register exists at F1BAR+Memory Offset 04h. If the value of the register must be read without
clearing the SMI source (and consequently deasserting SMI), the Mirror register may be read instead.
Offset 08h-09h
15:0
SMI Speedup Disable Register (Read to Enable)
Reset Value = 0000h
SMI Speedup Disable: If bit 1 in the Suspend Configuration Register is set (F0 Index 96h[1] = 1), a read of this register
invokes the SMI handler to re-enable Suspend Modulation.
The data read from this register can be ignored. If the Suspend Modulation feature is disabled, reading this I/O location has
no effect.
Offset 0Ah-1Bh
Offset 1Ch-1Fh (Note)
Reserved
ACPI Timer Count Register (RO)
Reset Value = xxh
Reset Value = 00FFFFFCh
ACPI_COUNT (Read Only): This read-only register provides the current value of the ACPI timer. The timer counts at 14.31818/4 MHz
(3.579545 MHz). If SMI generation is enabled via F0 Index 83h[5], an SMI is generated when the MSB toggles. The MSB toggles every
2.343 seconds.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported at F0 Index 87h/F7h[0].
31:24
Reserved: Always returns 0.
23:0
Counter
Note: The ACPI Timer Count Register is also accessible through I/O Port 121Ch.
Offset 20h-4Fh
Offset
50h-FFh
Reserved
Reset Value = xxh
The memory mapped registers located here (F1BAR+Memory Offset 50h-FFh) can also be accessed at F0 Index 50h-FFh.
The preferred method is to program these register through the F0 register space. Refer to Table 5-15 "F0 Index xxh: PCI
Header and Bridge Configuration Registers" on page 155 for bit information regarding these registers.
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IDE Controller Registers - Function 2
The register space for the IDE controllers is divided into
two sections. The first section is used to configure the PCI
portion of the controller. A Base Address Register at F2
Index 20h points to the base address of where the second
portion of the register space is located. This second section contains the registers used by the IDE controllers to
carry out operations.
Table 5-18 shows the PCI header registers of F2. The I/O
mapped registers, accessed through F2BAR, are shown in
Table 5-19.
If the IDE Configuration Trap bit (F0 Index 41h[6]) is set,
access to the PCI header registers causes an SMI. Access
through F2BAR is not affected by this bit.
Table 5-18. F2 Index xxh: PCI Header Registers for IDE Configuration
Bit
Description
Index 00h-01h
Vendor Identification Register (RO)
Reset Value = 1078h
Index 02h-03h
Device Identification Register (RO)
Reset Value = 0102h
Index 04h-05h
PCI Command Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
15:3
Reserved (Read Only)
2
Reserved
1
Reserved (Read Only)
0
I/O Space: Allow CS5530A to respond to I/O cycles from the PCI bus. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
This bit must be enabled to access I/O offsets through F2BAR (F2 Index 20h).
Index 06h-07h
PCI Status Register (RO)
Index 08h
Device Revision ID Register (RO)
Index 09h-0Bh
PCI Class Code Register (RO)
Reset Value = 0280h
Reset Value = 00h
Reset Value = 010180h
Index 0Ch
PCI Cache Line Size Register (RO)
Reset Value = 00h
Index 0Dh
PCI Latency Timer Register (RO)
Reset Value = 00h
Index 0Eh
PCI Header Type (RO)
Reset Value = 00h
Index 0Fh
PCI BIST Register (RO)
Reset Value = 00h
Index 10h-1Fh
Reserved
ReservedReset Value = 00h
Index 20h-23h
Base Address Register - F2BAR (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000001h
This register sets the base address of the I/O mapped bus mastering IDE and controller registers. Bits [6:0] are read only (0000 001),
indicating a 128-byte I/O address range. Refer to Table 5-19 for the IDE configuration registers bit formats and reset values.
31:7
Bus Mastering IDE Base Address
6:0
Address Range (Read Only)
Index 24h-3Fh
Reserved
Reset Value = 00h
Index 40h-FFh
Reserved
Reset Value = xxh
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Bit
Description
Offset 00h
7:4
3
IDE Bus Master 0 Command Register — Primary (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Read or Write Control: Sets the direction of bus master transfers. 0 = PCI reads performed; 1 = PCI writes performed.
This bit should not be changed when the bus master is active.
2:1
0
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Bus Master Control: Controls the state of the bus master. 0 = Disable master; 1 = Enable master.
Bus master operations can be halted by setting bit 0 to 0. Once an operation has been halted, it can not be resumed. If bit 0
is set to 0 while a bus master operation is active, the command is aborted and the data transferred from the drive is discarded. This bit should be reset after completion of data transfer.
Offset 01h
Reserved
Reset Value = xxh
Offset 02h
IDE Bus Master 0 Status Register — Primary (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
7
Simplex Mode (Read Only): Can both the primary and secondary channel operate independently?
0 = Yes; 1 = No (simplex mode).
6
Drive 1 DMA Capable: Allow Drive 1 to be capable of DMA transfers. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
5
Drive 0 DMA Capable: Allow Drive 0 to be capable of DMA transfers. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
4:3
2
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Bus Master Interrupt: Has the bus master detected an interrupt? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
Write 1 to clear.
1
Bus Master Error: Has the bus master detected an error during data transfer? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
Write 1 to clear.
0
Bus Master Active (Read Only): Is the bus master active? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
Offset 03h
Reserved
Offset 04h-07h
31:2
IDE Bus Master 0 PRD Table Address — Primary (R/W)
Reset Value = xxh
Reset Value = 00000000h
Pointer to the Physical Region Descriptor Table: This register is a PRD table pointer for IDE Bus Master 0.
When written, this register points to the first entry in a PRD table. Once IDE Bus Master 0 is enabled (Command Register bit
0 = 1], it loads the pointer and updates this register to the next PRD by adding 08h.
When read, this register points to the next PRD.
1:0
Reserved: Set to 0.
Offset 08h
7:4
3
IDE Bus Master 1 Command Register — Secondary (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Read or Write Control: Sets the direction of bus master transfers. 0 = PCI reads performed; 1 = PCI writes performed.
This bit should not be changed when the bus master is active.
2:1
0
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Bus Master Control: Controls the state of the bus master. 0 = Disable master; 1 = Enable master.
Bus master operations can be halted by setting bit 0 = 0. Once an operation has been halted, it can not be resumed. If bit 0
is set to 0 while a bus master operation is active, the command is aborted and the data transferred from the drive is discarded. This bit should be reset after completion of data transfer.
Offset 09h
Reserved
Reset Value = xxh
Offset 0Ah
IDE Bus Master 1 Status Register — Secondary (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
7
Simplex Mode (Read Only): Can both the primary and secondary channel operate independently?
0 = Yes; 1 = No (simplex mode).
6
Drive 1 DMA Capable: Allow Drive 1 to be capable of DMA transfers. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
5
Drive 0 DMA Capable: Allow Drive 0 to be capable of DMA transfers. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
4:3
2
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Bus Master Interrupt: Has the bus master detected an interrupt? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
Write 1 to clear.
1
Bus Master Error: Has the bus master detected an error during data transfer? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
Write 1 to clear.
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Bit
0
Description
Bus Master Active (Read Only): Is the bus master active? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
Offset 0Bh
Reserved
Offset 0Ch-0Fh
31:2
Reset Value = xxh
IDE Bus Master 1 PRD Table Address — Secondary (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
Pointer to the Physical Region Descriptor Table: This register is a PRD table pointer for IDE Bus Master 1.
When written, this register points to the first entry in a PRD table. Once IDE Bus Master 1 is enabled (Command Register bit
0 = 1], it loads the pointer and updates this register to the next PRD by adding 08h.
When read, this register points to the next PRD.
1:0
Reserved: Set to 0.
Offset 10h-1Fh
Reserved
Reset Value = xxh
Offset 20h-23h
Channel 0 Drive 0 PIO Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000E132h (Note)
If Offset 24h[31] = 0, Format 0: Selects slowest PIOMODE per channel for commands.
Format 0 settings for: PIO Mode 0 = 00009172h
PIO Mode 1 = 00012171h
PIO Mode 2 = 00020080h
PIO Mode 3 = 00032010h
PIO Mode 4 = 00040010h
31:20
Reserved: Set to 0.
19:16
PIOMODE: PIO mode
15:12
t2I: Recovery time (value + 1 cycle)
11:8
t3: IDE_IOW# data setup time (value + 1 cycle)
7:4
t2W: IDE_IOW# width minus t3 (value + 1 cycle)
3:0
t1: Address Setup Time (value + 1 cycle)
If Offset 24h[31] = 1, Format 1: Allows independent control of command and data.
Format 1 settings for: PIO Mode 0 = 9172D132h
PIO Mode 1 = 21717121h
PIO Mode 2 = 00803020h
PIO Mode 3 = 20102010h
PIO Mode 4 = 00100010h
31:28
t2IC: Command cycle recovery time (value + 1 cycle)
27:24
t3C: Command cycle IDE_IOW# data setup (value + 1 cycle)
23:20
t2WC: Command cycle IDE_IOW# pulse width minus t3 (value + 1 cycle)
19:16
t1C: Command cycle address setup time (value + 1 cycle)
15:12
t2ID: Data cycle recovery time (value + 1 cycle)
11:8
t3D: Data cycle IDE_IOW# data setup (value + 1 cycle)
7:4
t2WD: Data cycle IDE_IOW# pulse width minus t3 (value + 1 cycle)
3:0
t1D: Data cycle address Setup Time (value + 1 cycle)
Note: The reset value of this register is not a valid PIO Mode.
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Bit
Description
Offset 24h-27h
Channel 0 Drive 0 DMA Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00077771h
If bit 20 = 0, Multiword DMA
Settings for: Multiword DMA Mode 0 = 00077771h
Multiword DMA Mode 1 = 00012121h
Multiword DMA Mode 2 = 00002020h
31
30:21
PIO Mode Format: 0 = Format 0; 1 = Format 1.
Reserved: Set to 0.
20
DMA Operation: 0 = Multiword DMA; 1 = Ultra DMA.
19:16
tKR: IDE_IOR# recovery time (4-bit) (value + 1 cycle)
15:12
tDR: IDE_IOR# pulse width (value + 1 cycle)
11:8
tKW: IDE_IOW# recovery time (4-bit) (value + 1 cycle)
7:4
tDW: IDE_IOW# pulse width (value + 1 cycle)
3:0
tM: IDE_CS0#/CS1# to IDE_IOR#/IOW# setup; IDE_CS0#/CS1# setup to IDE_DACK0#/DACK1#
If bit 20 = 1, Ultra DMA
Settings for: Ultra DMA Mode 0 = 00921250h
Ultra DMA Mode 1 = 00911140h
Ultra DMA Mode 2 = 00911030h
31
30:21
20
PIO Mode Format: 0 = Format 0; 1 = Format 1.
Reserved: Set to 0.
DMA Operation: 0 = Multiword DMA, 1 = Ultra DMA.
19:16
tCRC: CRC setup UDMA in IDE_DACK# (value + 1 cycle) (for host terminate CRC setup = tMLI + tSS)
15:12
tSS: UDMA out (value + 1 cycle)
11:8
tCYC: Data setup and cycle time UDMA out (value + 2 cycles)
7:4
tRP: Ready to pause time (value + 1 cycle). Note: tRFS + 1 tRP on next clock.
3:0
tACK: IDE_CS0#/CS1# setup to IDE_DACK0#/DACK1# (value + 1 cycle)
Offset 28h-2Bh
Channel 0 Drive 1 PIO Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000E132h
Channel 0 Drive 1 Programmed I/O Control Register: Refer to F2BAR+I/O Offset 20h for bit descriptions.
Offset 2Ch-2Fh
Channel 0 Drive 1 DMA Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00077771h
Channel 0 Drive 1 MDMA/UDMA Control Register: Refer to F2BAR+I/O Offset 24h for bit descriptions.
Note: Once the PIO Mode Format is selected in F2BAR+I/O Offset 24h[31], bit 31 of this register is defined as reserved, read only.
Offset 30h-33h
Channel 1 Drive 0 PIO Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000E132h
Channel 1 Drive 0 Programmed I/O Control Register: Refer to F2BAR+I/O Offset 20h for bit descriptions.
Offset 34h-37h
Channel 1 Drive 0 DMA Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00077771h
Channel 1 Drive 0 MDMA/UDMA Control Register: Refer to F2BAR+I/O Offset 24h for bit descriptions.
Note: Once the PIO Mode Format is selected in F2BAR+I/O Offset 24h[31], bit 31 of this register is defined as reserved, read only.
Offset 38h-3Bh
Channel 1 Drive 1 PIO Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000E132h
Channel 1 Drive 1 Programmed I/O Control Register: Refer to F2BAR+I/O Offset 20h for bit descriptions.
Offset 3Ch-3Fh
Channel 1 Drive 1 DMA Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00077771h
Channel 1 Drive 1 MDMA/UDMA Control Register: Refer to F2BAR+I/O Offset 24h for bit descriptions.
Note: Once the PIO Mode Format is selected in F2BAR+I/O Offset 24h[31], bit 31 of this register is defined as reserved, read only.
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XpressAUDIO™ Subsystem Registers - Function 3
The register space for the XpressAUDIO™ subsystem is
divided into two sections. The first section is used to configure the PCI portion of the audio interface hardware. A Base
Address Register at F3 Index 10h (F3BAR) points to the
base address of where the second portion of the register
space is located. This second section contains the control
and data registers of the audio interface.
Table 5-20 shows the PCI header registers of F3. The
memory mapped registers accessed through F3BAR are
shown in Table 5-21.
If the F3 Audio Configuration Trap bit (F0 Index 42h[0]) is
enabled, an access to the PCI header registers causes an
SMI. Access through F3BAR is not affected by this bit.
Table 5-20. F3 Index xxh: PCI Header Registers for XpressAUDIO™ Subsystem
Bit
Description
Index 00h-01h
Vendor Identification Register (RO)
Reset Value = 1078h
Index 02h-03h
Device Identification Register (RO)
Reset Value = 0103h
Index 04h-05h
PCI Command Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
15:3
Reserved (Read Only)
2
Reserved (Read/Write)
1
Memory Space: Allow CS5530A to respond to memory cycles from the PCI bus. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
This bit must be enabled to access memory offsets through F3BAR (F3 Index 10h).
0
Reserved (Read Only)
Index 06h-07h
Index 08h
PCI Status Register (RO)
Device Revision ID Register (RO)
Index 09h-0Bh
PCI Class Code Register (RO)
Reset Value = 0280h
Reset Value = 00h
Reset Value = 040100h
Index 0Ch
PCI Cache Line Size Register (RO)
Reset Value = 00h
Index 0Dh
PCI Latency Timer Register (RO)
Reset Value = 00h
Index 0Eh
PCI Header Type (RO)
Reset Value =00h
Index 0Fh
PCI BIST Register (RO)
Reset Value = 00h
Index 10h-13h
Base Address Register - F3BAR (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
This register sets the base address of the memory mapped audio interface control register block. This is a 128-byte block of registers
used to control the audio FIFO and codec interface, as well as to support SMIs produced by VSA technology. Bits [6:0] are read only
(0000000), indicating a 128-byte memory address range. Refer to Table 5-21 for the bit formats and reset values of the XpressAUDIO
subsystem support registers.
31:7
Audio Interface Base Address
6:0
Address Range (Read Only)
Index 14h-3Fh
Reserved
Reset Value = 00h
Index 40h-FFh
Reserved
Reset Value = xxh
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Bit
Description
Offset 00h-03h
Codec GPIO Status Register (R/W)
31
Codec GPIO Interface: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
30
Codec GPIO SMI: Allow codec GPIO interrupt to generate an SMI. 0 = Disable; 1= Enable.
Reset Value = 00100000h
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
Second level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h[1].
29:21
20
19:0
Reserved: Set to 0.
Codec GPIO Status Valid (Read Only): Is the status read valid? 0 = Yes; 1 = No.
Codec GPIO Pin Status (Read Only): This is the GPIO pin status that is received from the codec in slot 12 on SDATA_IN
signal.
Offset 04h-07h
Codec GPIO Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
31:20
Reserved: Set to 0.
19:0
Codec GPIO Pin Data: This is the GPIO pin data that is sent to the codec in slot 12 on the SDATA_OUT signal.
Offset 08h-0Bh
31:24
23
Codec Status Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
Codec Status Address (Read Only): Address of the register for which status is being returned. This address comes from
slot 1 bits [19:12].
Codec Serial INT SMI: Allow codec serial interrupt to generate an SMI. 0 = Disable; 1= Enable.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
Second level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h[1].
22
SYNC Pin: Selects SYNC pin level. 0 = Low; 1 = High.
21
Enable SDATA_IN2: Pin AE24 function selection. 0 = GPIO1; 1 = SDATA_IN2.
For this pin to function as SDATA_IN2, it must first be configured as an input (F0 Index 90h[1] = 0).
20
Audio Bus Master 5 AC97 Slot Select: Selects slot for Audio Bus Master 5 to receive data. 0 = Slot 6; 1 = Slot 11.
19
Audio Bus Master 4 AC97 Slot Select: Selects slot for Audio Bus Master 4 to transmit data. 0 = Slot 6; 1 = Slot 11.
18
Reserved: Set to 0.
17
Status Tag (Read Only): Determines if the status in bits [15:0] is new or not. 0 = Not new; 1 = New.
16
Codec Status Valid (Read Only): Is the status in bits [15:0] valid? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
15:0
Codec Status (Read Only): This is the codec status data that is received from the codec in slot 2 on SDATA_IN. Only bits
[19:4] are used from slot 2.
Offset 0Ch-0Fh
Codec Command Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
31:24
Codec Command Address: Address of the codec control register for which the command is being sent. This address goes
in slot 1 bits [19:12] on SDATA_OUT.
23:22
CS5530A Codec Communication: Selects which codec to communicate with.
00 = Primary codec
10 = Third codec
01 = Secondary codec
11 = Fourth codec
Note: 00 and 01 are the only valid settings for these bits.
21:17
16
Reserved: Set to 0.
Codec Command Valid: Is the command in bits [15:0] valid? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This bit is set by hardware when a command is loaded. It remains set until the command has been sent to the codec.
15:0
Codec Command: This is the command being sent to the codec in bits [19:12] of slot 2 on SDATA_OUT.
Offset 10h-11h
15:8
7
Second Level Audio SMI Status Register (RC)
Reset Value = 0000h
Reserved: Set to 0.
Audio Bus Master 5 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by an event occurring on Audio Bus Master 5?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation is enabled when Audio Bus Master 5 is enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 48h[0] = 1). An SMI is then
generated when the End of Page bit is set in the SMI Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 49h[0] = 1).
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6
Audio Bus Master 4 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by an event occurring on Audio Bus Master 4?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation is enabled when Audio Bus Master 4 is enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 40h[0] = 1). An SMI is then
generated when the End of Page bit is set in the SMI Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 41h[0] = 1).
5
Audio Bus Master 3 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by an event occurring on Audio Bus Master 3?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation is enabled when Audio Bus Master 3 is enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 38h[0] = 1). An SMI is then
generated when the End of Page bit is set in the SMI Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 39h[0] = 1).
4
Audio Bus Master 2 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by an event occurring on Audio Bus Master 2?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation is enabled when Audio Bus Master 2 is enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 30h[0] = 1). An SMI is then
generated when the End of Page bit is set in the SMI Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 31h[0] = 1).
3
Audio Bus Master 1 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by an event occurring on Audio Bus Master 1?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation is enabled when Audio Bus Master 1 is enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 28h[0] = 1). An SMI is then
generated when the End of Page bit is set in the SMI Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 29h[0] = 1).
2
Audio Bus Master 0 SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by an event occurring on Audio Bus Master 0?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation is enabled when Audio Bus Master 0 is enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 20h[0] = 1). An SMI is then
generated when the End of Page bit is set in the SMI Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 21h[0] = 1).
1
Codec Serial or GPIO Interrupt SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a serial or GPIO interrupt from codec?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation enabling for codec serial interrupt: F3BAR+Memory Offset 08h[23] = 1.
SMI generation enabling for codec GPIO interrupt: F3BAR+Memory Offset 00h[30] = 1.
0
I/O Trap SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by an I/O trap? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The next level (third level) of SMI status reporting is at F3BAR+Memory
Offset 14h. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
Note: Reading this register clears the status bits. Note that bit 0 has another level (third) of SMI status reporting.
A read-only “Mirror” version of this register exists at F3BAR+Memory Offset 12h. If the value of the register must be read without
clearing the SMI source (and consequently deasserting SMI), the Mirror register may be read instead.
Offset 12h-13h
15:8
7
Second Level Audio SMI Status Mirror Register (RO)
Reset Value = 0000h
Reserved: Set to 0.
Audio Bus Master 5 SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by an event occurring on Audio Bus Master 5?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation is enabled when Audio Bus Master 5 is enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 48h[0] = 1). An SMI is then
generated when the End of Page bit is set in the SMI Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 49h[0] = 1).
6
Audio Bus Master 4 SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by an event occurring on Audio Bus Master 4?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation is enabled when Audio Bus Master 4 is enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 40h[0] = 1). An SMI is then
generated when the End of Page bit is set in the SMI Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 41h[0] = 1).
5
Audio Bus Master 3 SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by an event occurring on Audio Bus Master 3?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation is enabled when Audio Bus Master 3 is enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 38h[0] = 1). An SMI is then
generated when the End of Page bit is set in the SMI Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 39h[0] = 1).
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Description
Audio Bus Master 2 SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by an event occurring on Audio Bus Master 2?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation is enabled when Audio Bus Master 2 is enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 30h[0] = 1). An SMI is then
generated when the End of Page bit is set in the SMI Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 31h[0] = 1).
3
Audio Bus Master 1 SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by an event occurring on Audio Bus Master 1?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation is enabled when Audio Bus Master 1 is enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 28h[0] = 1). An SMI is then
generated when the End of Page bit is set in the SMI Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 29h[0] = 1).
2
Audio Bus Master 0 SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by an event occurring on Audio Bus Master 0?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation is enabled when Audio Bus Master 0 is enabled (F3BAR+Memory Offset 20h[0] = 1). An SMI is then
generated when the End of Page bit is set in the SMI Status Register (F3BAR+Memory Offset 21h[0] = 1).
1
Codec Serial or GPIO Interrupt SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by a serial or GPIO interrupt from codec?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation enabling for codec serial interrupt: F3BAR+Memory Offset 08h[23] = 1.
SMI generation enabling for codec GPIO interrupt: F3BAR+Memory Offset 00h[30] = 1.
0
I/O Trap SMI Status (Read Only): SMI was caused by an I/O trap? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This is the second level of SMI status reporting. The next level (third level) of SMI status reporting is at F3BAR+Memory
Offset 14h. The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
Note: Reading this register does not clear the status bits. See F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h.
Offset 14h-17h
I/O Trap SMI and Fast Write Status Register (RO/RC)
Reset Value = 00000000h
31:24
Fast Path Write Even Access Data (Read Only): These bits contain the data from the last Fast Path Write Even access.
These bits change only on a fast write to an even address.
23:16
Fast Path Write Odd Access Data (Read Only): These bits contain the data from the last Fast Path Write Odd access.
These bits change on a fast write to an odd address, and also on any non-fast write.
15
Fast Write A1 (Read Only): This bit contains the A1 value for the last Fast Write access.
14
Read or Write I/O Access (Read Only): Last trapped I/O access was a read or a write? 0 = Read; 1 = Write.
13
Sound Card or FM Trap SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to the sound card or FM I/
O Trap? 0 = No; 1 = Yes. (Note)
Fast Path Write must be enabled, F3BAR+Memory Offset 18h[11] = 1, for the SMI to be reported here. If Fast Path Write is
disabled, the SMI is reported in bit 10 of this register.
This is the third level of SMI status reporting.
The second level of SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h[0].
The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation enabling is at F3BAR+Memory Offset 18h[2].
12
DMA Trap SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to the DMA I/O Trap?
0 = No; 1 = Yes. (Note)
This is the third level of SMI status reporting.
The second level of SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h[0].
The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation enabling is at F3BAR+Memory Offset 18h[8:7].
11
MPU Trap SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to the MPU I/O Trap?
0 = No; 1 = Yes. (Note)
This is the third level of SMI status reporting.
The second level of SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h[0].
The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation enabling is at F3BAR+Memory Offset 18h[6:5].
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10
Sound Card or FM Trap SMI Status (Read to Clear): SMI was caused by a trapped I/O access to the sound card or FM I/
O Trap? 0 = No; 1 = Yes. (Note)
Fast Path Write must be disabled, F3BAR+Memory Offset 18h[11] = 0, for the SMI to be reported here. If Fast Path Write is
enabled, the SMI is reported in bit 13 of this register.
This is the third level of SMI status reporting.
The second level of SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h[0].
The top level is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
SMI generation enabling is at F3BAR+Memory Offset 18h[2].
9:0
X-Bus Address (Read Only): Bits [9:0] contain the captured ten bits of X-Bus address.
Note: For the four SMI status bits (bits [13:10]), if the activity was a fast write to an even address, no SMI is generated regardless of the
DMA, MPU, or sound card status. If the activity was a fast write to an odd address, an SMI is generated but bit 13 is set to a 1.
Offset 18h-19h
15:12
11
I/O Trap SMI Enable Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
Reserved: Set to 0.
Fast Path Write Enable: Fast Path Write (an SMI is not generated on certain writes to specified addresses).
0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
In Fast Path Write, the CS5530A responds to writes to the following addresses: 388h, 38Ah and 38Bh; 2x0h, 2x2h, and
2x8h.
10:9
8
Fast Read: These two bits hold part of the response that the CS5530A returns for reads to several I/O locations.
High DMA I/O Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs at I/O Port C0h-DFh, an SMI is generated.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
Second level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h[0].
Third level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 14h[12].
7
Low DMA I/O Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs at I/O Port 00h-0Fh, an SMI is generated.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
Second level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h[0].
Third level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 14h[12].
6
High MPU I/O Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs at I/O Port 330h and 331h, an SMI is generated.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
Second level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h[0].
Third level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 14h[11].
5
Low MPU I/O Trap: I0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs at I/O Port 300h and 301h, an SMI is generated.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
Second level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h[0].
Third level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 14h[11].
4
Fast Path Read Enable/SMI Disable: Read Fast Path (an SMI is not generated on reads from specified addresses).
0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
In Fast Path Read the CS5530A responds to reads of the following addresses: 388h-38Bh; 2x0h, 2x1h, 2x2h, 2x3h, 2x8h
and 2x9h.
Note that if neither sound card nor FM I/O mapping is enabled, then status read trapping is not possible.
3
FM I/O Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs at I/O Port 388h to 38Bh, an SMI is generated.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
Second level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h[0].
2
Sound Card I/O Trap: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable
If this bit is enabled and an access occurs in the address ranges selected by bits [1:0], an SMI is generated.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[1].
Second level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 10h/12h[0].
Third level SMI status is reported at F3BAR+Memory Offset 14h[10].
1:0
Sound Card Address Range Select: These bits select the address range for the sound card I/O trap.
00 = I/O Port 220h-22Fh
01 = I/O Port 240h-24Fh
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10 = I/O Port 260h-26Fh
11 = I/O Port 280h-28Fh
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Internal IRQ Enable Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
15
IRQ15 Internal: Configure IRQ15 for internal (software) or external (hardware) use. 0 = External; 1 = Internal.
14
IRQ14 Internal: Configure IRQ14 for internal (software) or external (hardware) use. 0 = External; 1 = Internal.
13
Reserved: Set to 0.
12
IRQ12 Internal: Configure IRQ12 for internal (software) or external (hardware) use. 0 = External; 1 = Internal.
11
IRQ11 Internal: Configure IRQ11 for internal (software) or external (hardware) use. 0 = External; 1 = Internal.
10
IRQ10 Internal: Configure IRQ10 for internal (software) or external (hardware) use. 0 = External; 1 = Internal.
9
IRQ9 Internal: Configure IRQ9 for internal (software) or external (hardware) use. 0 = External; 1 = Internal.
8
Reserved: Set to 0.
7
IRQ7 Internal: Configure IRQ7 for internal (software) or external (hardware) use. 0 = External; 1 = Internal.
6
Reserved: Set to 0.
5
IRQ5 Internal: Configure IRQ5 for internal (software) or external (hardware) use. 0 = External; 1 = Internal.
4
IRQ4 Internal: Configure IRQ4 for internal (software) or external (hardware) use. 0 = External; 1 = Internal.
3
IRQ3 Internal: Configure IRQ3 for internal (software) or external (hardware) use. 0 = External; 1 = Internal.
2:0
Reserved: Set to 0.
Note: Must be read and written as a WORD.
Offset 1Ch-1Dh
15
Internal IRQ Control Register (R/W)
14
Assert Masked Internal IRQ14: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
13
Reserved: Set to 0.
12
Assert Masked Internal IRQ12: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
11
Assert masked internal IRQ11: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
10
Assert Masked Internal IRQ10: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
9
Assert Masked Internal IRQ9: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
8
Reserved: Set to 0.
7
Assert Masked Internal IRQ7: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
6
Reserved: Set to 0.
5
Assert Masked Internal IRQ5: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
4
Assert Masked Internal IRQ4: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
3
Assert Masked Internal IRQ3: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
2:0
Reserved: Set to 0.
Offset 1Eh-1Fh
Internal IRQ Mask Register (Write Only)
15
Mask Internal IRQ15: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
14
Mask Internal IRQ14: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
13
Reserved: Set to 0.
12
Mask Internal IRQ12: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
11
Mask Internal IRQ11: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
10
Mask Internal IRQ10: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
9
Mask Internal IRQ9: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
8
Reserved: Set to 0.
7
Mask Internal IRQ7: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
6
Reserved: Set to 0.
5
Mask Internal IRQ5: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
4
Mask Internal IRQ4: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
3
Mask Internal IRQ3: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
2:0
Reset Value = 0000h
Assert Masked Internal IRQ15: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Reset Value = xxxxh
Reserved: Set to 0.
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Offset 20h
Audio Bus Master 0 Command Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Audio Bus Master 0: Output to Codec; 32-Bit; Left and Right Channels; Slots 3 and 4.
7:4
3
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Read or Write Control: Set the transfer direction of Audio Bus Master 0. 0 = PCI reads performed;
1 = PCI writes performed.
This bit must be set to 0 (read) and should not be changed when the bus master is active.
2:1
0
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Bus Master Control: Controls the state of the Audio Bus Master 0. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Setting this bit to 1 enables the bus master to begin data transfers. When writing this bit to 0, the bus master must either be
paused or reach EOT. Writing this bit to 0 while the bus master is operating results in unpredictable behavior; including the
possibility of the bus master state machine crashing. The only recovery from this condition is a PCI reset.
Note: Must be read and written as a BYTE.
Offset 21h
Audio Bus Master 0 SMI Status Register (RC)
Reset Value = 00h
Audio Bus Master 0: Output to Codec; 32-Bit; Left and Right Channels; Slots 3 and 4.
7:4
1
Reserved (Read to Clear)
Bus Master Error (Read to Clear): Hardware encountered a second EOP before software has cleared the first?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
If hardware encounters a second EOP (end of page) before software has cleared the first, it causes the bus master to pause
until this register is read to clear the error.
0
End of Page (Read to Clear): Bus master transferred data which is marked by EOP bit in the PRD table (bit 30)?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
Note: Must be read and written as a BYTE.
Offset 22h-23h
Reserved
Reset Value = xxh
Offset 24h-27h
Audio Bus Master 0 PRD Table Address (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
Audio Bus Master 0: Output to Codec; 32-Bit; Left and Right Channels; Slots 3 and 4.
31:2
Pointer to the Physical Region Descriptor Table: This register is a PRD table pointer for Audio Bus Master 0.
When written, this register points to the first entry in a PRD table. Once Audio Bus Master 0 is enabled (Command Register
bit 0 = 1], it loads the pointer and updates this register to the next PRD by adding 08h.
When read, this register points to the next PRD.
1:0
Reserved: Set to 0.
Offset 28h
Audio Bus Master 1 Command Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Audio Bus Master 1: Input from Codec; 32-Bit; Left and Right Channels; Slots 3 and 4.
7:4
3
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Read or Write Control: Set the transfer direction of Audio Bus Master 1. 0 = PCI reads performed;
1 = PCI writes performed.
This bit must be set to 1 (write) and should not be changed when the bus master is active.
2:1
0
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Bus Master Control: Controls the state of the Audio Bus Master 1. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Setting this bit to 1 enables the bus master to begin data transfers. When writing this bit to 0, the bus master must be either
paused or reached EOT. Writing this bit to 0 while the bus master is operating results in unpredictable behavior including the
possibility of the bus master state machine crashing. The only recovery from this condition is a PCI reset.
Note: Must be read and written as a BYTE.
Offset 29h
Audio Bus Master 1 SMI Status Register (RC)
Reset Value = 00h
Audio Bus Master 1: Input from Codec; 32-Bit; Left and Right Channels; Slots 3 and 4.
7:2
1
Reserved (Read to Clear)
Bus Master Error (Read to Clear): Hardware encountered a second EOP before software has cleared the first?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
If hardware encounters a second EOP (end of page) before software has cleared the first, it causes the bus master to pause
until this register is read to clear the error.
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Description
End of Page (Read to Clear): Bus master transferred data which is marked by EOP bit in the PRD table (bit 30)?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
Note: Must be read and written as a BYTE.
Offset 2Ah-2Bh
Reserved
Offset 2Ch-2Fh
Audio Bus Master 1 PRD Table Address (R/W)
Reset Value = xxh
Reset Value = 00000000h
Audio Bus Master 1: Input from Codec; 32-Bit; Left and Right Channels; Slots 3 and 4.
31:2
Pointer to the Physical Region Descriptor Table: This register is a PRD table pointer for Audio Bus Master 1.
When written, this register points to the first entry in a PRD table. Once Audio Bus Master 1 is enabled (Command Register
bit 0 = 1], it loads the pointer and updates this register to the next PRD by adding 08h.
When read, this register points to the next PRD.
1:0
Reserved: Set to 0.
Offset 30h
Audio Bus Master 2 Command Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Audio Bus Master 2: Output to Codec; 16-Bit; Slot 5.
7:4
3
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Read or Write Control: Set the transfer direction of Audio Bus Master 2. 0 = PCI reads performed;
1 = PCI writes performed.
This bit must be set to 0 (read) and should not be changed when the bus master is active.
2:1
0
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Bus Master Control: Controls the state of the Audio Bus Master 2. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Setting this bit to 1 enables the bus master to begin data transfers. When writing this bit to 0, the bus master must be either
paused or reached EOT. Writing this bit to 0 while the bus master is operating results in unpredictable behavior including the
possibility of the bus master state machine crashing. The only recovery from this condition is a PCI reset.
Note: Must be read and written as a BYTE.
Offset 31h
Audio Bus Master 2 SMI Status Register (RC)
Reset Value = 00h
Audio Bus Master 2: Output to Codec; 16-Bit; Slot 5.
7:4
1
Reserved (Read to Clear)
Bus Master Error (Read to Clear): Hardware encountered a second EOP before software has cleared the first?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
If hardware encounters a second EOP (end of page) before software has cleared the first, it causes the bus master to pause
until this register is read to clear the error.
0
End of Page (Read to Clear): Bus master transferred data which is marked by EOP bit in the PRD table (bit 30)?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
Note: Must be read and written as a BYTE.
Offset 32h-33h
Reserved
Offset 34h-37h
Audio Bus Master 2 PRD Table Address (R/W)
Reset Value = xxh
Reset Value = 00000000h
Audio Bus Master 2: Output to Codec; 16-Bit; Slot 5.
31:2
Pointer to the Physical Region Descriptor Table: This register is a PRD table pointer for Audio Bus Master 2.
When written, this register points to the first entry in a PRD table. Once Audio Bus Master 2 is enabled (Command Register
bit 0 = 1], it loads the pointer and updates this register to the next PRD by adding 08h.
When read, this register points to the next PRD.
1:0
Offset 38h
Reserved: Set to 0.
Audio Bus Master 3 Command Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Audio Bus Master 3: Input from Codec; 16-Bit; Slot 5.
7:4
3
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Read or Write Control: Set the transfer direction of Audio Bus Master 3. 0 = PCI reads performed;
1 = PCI writes performed.
This bit must be set to 1 (write) and should not be changed when the bus master is active.
2:1
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
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0
Description
Bus Master Control: Controls the state of the Audio Bus Master 3. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Setting this bit to 1 enables the bus master to begin data transfers. When writing this bit to 0, the bus master must be either
paused or reached EOT. Writing this bit to 0 while the bus master is operating results in unpredictable behavior including the
possibility of the bus master state machine crashing. The only recovery from this condition is a PCI reset.
Note: Must be read and written as a BYTE.
Offset 39h
Audio Bus Master 3 SMI Status Register (RC)
Reset Value = 00h
Audio Bus Master 3: Input from Codec; 16-Bit; Slot 5.
7:4
1
Reserved (Read to Clear)
Bus Master Error (Read to Clear): Hardware encountered a second EOP before software has cleared the first?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
If hardware encounters a second EOP (end of page) before software has cleared the first, it causes the bus master to pause
until this register is read to clear the error.
0
End of Page (Read to Clear): Bus master transferred data which is marked by EOP bit in the PRD table (bit 30)?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
Note: Must be read and written as a BYTE.
Offset 3Ah-3Bh
Reserved
Reset Value = xxh
Offset 3Ch-3Fh
Audio Bus Master 3 PRD Table Address (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
Audio Bus Master 3: Input from Codec; 16-Bit; Slot 5.
31:2
Pointer to the Physical Region Descriptor Table: This register is a PRD table pointer for Audio Bus Master 3.
When written, this register points to the first entry in a PRD table. Once Audio Bus Master 3 is enabled (Command Register
bit 0 = 1], it loads the pointer and updates this register to the next PRD by adding 08h.
When read, this register points to the next PRD.
1:0
Reserved: Set to 0.
Offset 40h
Audio Bus Master 4 Command Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Audio Bus Master 4: Output to Codec; 16-Bit; Slot 6 or 11 (F3BAR+Memory Offset 08h[19] selects slot).
7:4
3
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Read or Write Control: Set the transfer direction of Audio Bus Master 4. 0 = PCI reads performed;
1 = PCI writes performed.
This bit must be set to 0 (read) and should not be changed when the bus master is active.
2:1
0
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Bus Master Control: Controls the state of the Audio Bus Master 4. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Setting this bit to 1 enables the bus master to begin data transfers. When writing this bit to 0, the bus master must be either
paused or reached EOT. Writing this bit to 0 while the bus master is operating results in unpredictable behavior including the
possibility of the bus master state machine crashing. The only recovery from this condition is a PCI reset.
Note: Must be read and written as a BYTE.
Offset 41h
Audio Bus Master 4 SMI Status Register (RC)
Reset Value = 00h
Audio Bus Master 4: Output to Codec; 16-Bit; Slot 6 or 11 (F3BAR+Memory Offset 08h[19] selects slot).
7:4
1
Reserved (Read to Clear)
Bus Master Error (Read to Clear): Hardware encountered a second EOP before software has cleared the first?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
If hardware encounters a second EOP (end of page) before software has cleared the first, it causes the bus master to pause
until this register is read to clear the error.
0
End of Page (Read to Clear): Bus master transferred data which is marked by EOP bit in the PRD table (bit 30)?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
Note: Must be read and written as a BYTE.
Offset 42h-43h
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Reserved
Reset Value = xxh
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Description
Offset 44h-47h
Audio Bus Master 4 PRD Table Address (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
Audio Bus Master 4: Output to Codec; 16-Bit; Slot 6 or 11 (F3BAR+Memory Offset 08h[19] selects slot).
31:2
Pointer to the Physical Region Descriptor Table: This register is a PRD table pointer for Audio Bus Master 4.
When written, this register points to the first entry in a PRD table. Once Audio Bus Master 4 is enabled (Command Register
bit 0 = 1], it loads the pointer and updates this register to the next PRD by adding 08h.
When read, this register points to the next PRD.
1:0
Reserved: Set to 0.
Offset 48h
Audio Bus Master 5 Command Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Audio Bus Master 5: Input from Codec; 16-Bit; Slot 6 or 11 (F3BAR+Memory Offset 08h[20] selects slot).
7:4
3
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Read or Write Control: Set the transfer direction of Audio Bus Master 5. 0 = PCI reads performed;
1 = PCI writes performed.
This bit must be set to 1 (write) and should not be changed when the bus master is active.
2:1
0
Reserved: Set to 0. Must return 0 on reads.
Bus Master Control: Controls the state of the Audio Bus Master 5. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Setting this bit to 1 enables the bus master to begin data transfers. When writing this bit to 0, the bus master must be either
paused or reached EOT. Writing this bit to 0 while the bus master is operating results in unpredictable behavior including the
possibility of the bus master state machine crashing. The only recovery from this condition is a PCI reset.
Note: Must be read and written as a BYTE.
Offset 49h
Audio Bus Master 5 SMI Status Register (RC)
Reset Value = 00h
Audio Bus Master 5: Input from Codec; 16-Bit; Slot 6 or 11 (F3BAR+Memory Offset 08h[20] selects slot).
7:4
1
Reserved (Read to Clear)
Bus Master Error (Read to Clear): Hardware encountered a second EOP before software has cleared the first?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
If hardware encounters a second EOP (end of page) before software has cleared the first, it causes the bus master to pause
until this register is read to clear the error.
0
End of Page (Read to Clear): Bus master transferred data which is marked by EOP bit in the PRD table (bit 30)?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
Note: Must be read and written as a BYTE.
Offset 4Ah-4Bh
Reserved
Offset 4Ch-4Fh
Audio Bus Master 5 PRD Table Address (R/W)
Reset Value = xxh
Reset Value = 00000000h
Audio Bus Master 5: Input from Codec; 16-Bit; Slot 6 or 11 (F3BAR+Memory Offset 08h[20] selects slot).
31:2
Pointer to the Physical Region Descriptor Table: This register is a PRD table pointer for Audio Bus Master 5.
When written, this register points to the first entry in a PRD table. Once Audio Bus Master 5 is enabled (Command Register
bit 0 = 1], it loads the pointer and updates this register to the next PRD by adding 08h.
When read, this register points to the next PRD.
1:0
Reserved: Set to 0.
Offset 50h-FFh
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Reset Value = xxh
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Video Controller Registers - Function 4
The register space for the video controller is divided into
two sections. The first section is used to configure the PCI
portion of the controller. A Base Address Register at F4
Index 10h (F4BAR) points to the base address of where
the second portion of the register space is located. The
second section contains the registers used by the video
controller to carry out video operations.
Table 5-22 shows the PCI header registers of F4. The
memory mapped registers accessed through F4BAR, and
shown in Table 5-23, must be accessed using DWORD
operations. When writing to one of these 32-bit registers,
all four bytes must be written.
If the F4 Video Configuration Trap bit (F0 Index 42h[1]) is
set, access to the PCI header registers causes an SMI.
Access through F4BAR is not affected by this bit.
Table 5-22. F4 Index xxh: PCI Header Registers for Video Controller Configuration
Bit
Description
Index 00h-01h
Vendor Identification Register (RO)
Reset Value = 1078h
Index 02h-03h
Device Identification Register (RO)
Reset Value = 0104h
Index 04h-05h
PCI Command Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
15:2
1
Reserved (Read Only)
Memory Space: Allow CS5530A to respond to memory cycles from the PCI bus. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
This bit must be enabled to access memory offsets through F4BAR (F4 Index 10h).
0
Reserved (Read Only)
Index 06h-07h
Index 08h
PCI Status Register (RO)
Device Revision ID Register (RO)
Index 09h-0Bh
PCI Class Code Register (RO)
Reset Value = 0280h
Reset Value = 00h
Reset Value = 030000h
Index 0Ch
PCI Cache Line Size Register (RO)
Reset Value = 00h
Index 0Dh
PCI Latency Timer Register (RO)
Reset Value = 00h
Index 0Eh
PCI Header Type (RO)
Reset Value = 00h
Index 0Fh
PCI BIST Register (RO)
Reset Value = 00h
Index 10h-13h
Base Address Register - F4BAR (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
This register sets the base address of the memory mapped video controller registers. Bits [11:0] are read only (0000 0000 0000),
indicating a 4 KB memory address range. Refer to Table 5-23 for the video controller register bit formats and reset values.
31:12
Video Controller and Clock Control Base I/O Address
11:0
Address Range (Read Only)
Index 14h-3Fh
Reserved
Reset Value = 00h
Index 40h-FFh
Reserved
Reset Value = xxh
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Bit
Description
Offset 00h-03h
Video Configuration Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
31
Reserved: Set to 0
30
High Speed Timing for Video Interface: High speed timings for the video interface. 0 = Disable; 1= Enable.
If bit 30 is enabled, bit 25 should be set to 0.
29
16-bit Video Interface: Allow video interface to be 16 bits. 0 = Disable; 1= Enable.
If bit 29 is enabled, 8 bits of pixel data is used for video. The 24-bit pixel data is then dithered to 16 bits.
Note: F4BAR+Memory Offset 04h[25] should be set to the same value as this bit (bit 29).
28
YUV 4:2:2 or 4:2:0 Mode: 0 = 4:2:2 mode; 1= 4:2:0 mode.
If 4:2:0 mode is selected, bits [3:2] should be set to 01 for 8-bit video mode and 10 for 16-bit video mode.
Note: The GX1 processor does not support 4:2:0 mode.
27
Video Line Size (DWORDs): This is the MSB of the Video Line Size (DWORDs). See bits [15:8] for description.
26
Reserved: Set to 0
25
Early Video Ready: Generate VID_RDY output signal one-half VID_CLK period early to improve the speed of the video port
operation. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
If bit 30 is enabled, this bit (bit 25) should be set to 0.
24
23:16
15:8
Initial Buffer Read Address: This is the MSB of the Initial Buffer Read Address. See bits [23:16] for description.
Initial Buffer Read Address: This field is used to preload the starting read address for the line buffers at the beginning of
each display line. It is used for hardware clipping of the video window at the left edge of the active display. It represents the
DWORD address of the source pixel which is to be displayed first. For an unclipped window, this value should be 0.
Video Line Size (DWORDs): This field represents the horizontal size of the source video data in DWORDs.
7
Y Filter Enable: Vertical filter. 0 = Disable; 1= Enable.
6
X Filter Enable: Horizontal filter. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
5
CSC Bypass: Allows color-space-converter to be bypassed. Primarily used for displaying an RGB graphics overlay rather
than a YUV video overlay. 0 = Overlay data passes through CSC; 1 = Overlay data bypasses CSC.
4
GV Select: Selects whether graphics or video data will be passed through the scaler hardware.
0 = Video data; 1 = Graphics data.
3:2
Video Input Format: This field defines the byte ordering of the video data on the VID_DATA bus.
8-Bit Mode (Value Byte Order [0:3])
16-Bit Mode (Value Byte Order [0:3])
00 = U Y0 V Y1 (also used for RGB 5:6:5 input)
01 = Y1 V Y0 U or 4:2:0
10 = Y0 U Y1 V
11 = Y0 V Y1 U
00 = U Y0 V Y1 (also used for RGB 5:6:5 input)
01 = Y0 U Y1 V
10 = Y1 V Y0 U or 4:2:0
11 = Reserved
If bit 28 is set for 4:2:0 mode, these bits (bits [3:2]) should be set to 01 for 8-bit video mode and 10 for 16-bit video mode.
Note: U = Cb, V = Cr
1
Video Register Update: Allow video position and scale registers to be updated simultaneously on next occurrence of
vertical sync. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
0
Video Enable: Video acceleration hardware. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
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Bit
Description
Offset 04h-07h
31
30:28
Display Configuration Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
DDC Input Data (Read Only): This is the DDC input data bit for reads.
Reserved: Set to 0.
27
Flat Panel On (Read Only): This bit indicates whether the attached flat panel display is powered on or off. The bit transitions at the end of the power-up or power-down sequence. 0 = Off; 1 = On.
26
Reserved: Set to 0.
25
16-Bit Graphics Enable: This bit works in conjunction with the 16-bit Video Interface bit at F4BAR+Memory Offset 00h[29].
This bit should be set to the same value as the 16-bit Video Interface bit.
24
DDC Output Enable: This bit enables the DDC_SDA line to be driven for write data. 0 = DDC_SDA (pin M4) is an input;
1 = DDC_SDA (pin M4) is an output.
23
DDC Output Data: This is the DDC data bit.
22
DDC Clock: This is the DDC clock bit. It is used to clock the DDC_SDA bit.
21
Palette Bypass: Selects whether graphics or video data should bypass the gamma RAM.
0 = Video data; 1 = Graphics data.
20
Video/Graphics Color Key Select: Selects whether the video or graphics data stream will be used for color/chroma keying.
0 = Graphics data is compared to color key; 1 = Video data is compared to color key.
19:17
Power Sequence Delay: This field selects the number of frame periods that transpire between successive transitions of the
power sequence control lines. Valid values are 001 to 111.
16:14
CRT Sync Skew: This 3-bit field represents the number of pixel clocks to skew the horizontal and vertical syncs that are
sent to the CRT. This field should be programmed to 100 as the baseline. The syncs may be moved forward or backward relative to the pixel data via this register. It is used to compensate for the pipeline delay through the graphics pipeline.
13
Flat Panel Dither Enable: This bit enables flat panel dithering. It enables 24 bpp display data to be approximated with an
18-bit flat panel display. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
12
XGA Flat Panel: This bit enables the FP_CLK_ EVEN output signal which can be used to demultiplex the FP_DATA bus into
even and odd pixels. 0 = Standard flat panel; 1 = XGA flat panel.
11
Flat Panel Vertical Synchronization Polarity: Selects the flat panel vertical sync polarity.
0 = FP vertical sync is normally low, transitioning high during sync interval.
1 = FP vertical sync is normally high, transitioning low during sync interval.
10
Flat Panel Horizontal Synchronization Polarity: Selects the flat panel horizontal sync polarity.
0 = FP horizontal sync is normally low, transitioning high during sync interval.
1 = FP horizontal sync is normally high, transitioning low during sync interval.
9
CRT Vertical Synchronization Polarity: Selects the CRT vertical sync polarity.
0 = CRT vertical sync is normally low, transitioning high during sync interval.
1 = CRT vertical sync is normally high, transitioning low during sync interval.
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8
CRT Horizontal Synchronization Polarity: Selects the CRT horizontal sync polarity.
0 = CRT horizontal sync is normally low, transitioning high during sync interval.
1 = CRT horizontal sync is normally high, transitioning low during sync interval.
7
Flat Panel Data Enable: Enables the flat panel data bus.
0 = FP_DATA [17:0] is forced low;
1 = FP_DATA [17:0] is driven based upon power sequence control.
6
Flat Panel Power Enable: The transition of this bit initiates a flat panel power-up or power-down sequence.
0 -> 1 = Power-up flat panel;
1 -> 0 = Power-down flat panel.
5
DAC Power-Down (active low): This bit must be set to power-up the video DACs. It can be cleared to power-down the
video DACs when not in use. 0 = DACs are powered down; 1 = DACs are powered up.
4
Reserved: Set to 0.
3
DAC Blank Enable: This bit enables the blank to the video DACs.
0 = DACs are constantly blanked; 1 = DACs are blanked normally.
2
CRT Vertical Sync Enable: Enables the CRT vertical sync. Used for VESA DPMS support. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
1
CRT Horizontal Sync Enable: Enables the CRT horizontal sync. Used for VESA DPMS support.
0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
0
Display Enable: Enables the graphics display pipeline. It is used as a reset for the display control logic.
0 = Reset display control logic; 1 = Enable display control logic.
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Bit
Description
Offset 08h-0Bh
Video X Register (R/W)
Reset Value = xxxxxxxxh
31:27
Reserved: Set to 0.
26:16
Video X End Position: This field represents the horizontal end position of the video window according to the following
formula. Position programmed = screen position + (H_TOTAL – H_SYNC_END) – 13.
15:11
Reserved: Set to 0.
10:0
Video X Start Position: This field represents the horizontal start position of the video window according to the following
formula. Position programmed = screen position + (H_TOTAL – H_SYNC_END) – 13.
Offset 0Ch-0Fh
Video Y Register (R/W)
Reset Value = xxxxxxxxh
31:27
Reserved: Set to 0.
26:16
Video Y End Position: This field represents the vertical end position of the video window according to the following formula.
Position programmed = screen position + (V_TOTAL – V_SYNC_END) + 1.
15:11
Reserved: Set to 0.
10:0
Video Y Start Position: This field represents the vertical start position of the video window according to the following
formula. Position programmed = screen position + (V_TOTAL – V_SYNC_END) + 1.
Offset 10h-13h
Video Scale Register (R/W)
Reset Value = xxxxxxxxh
31:30
Reserved: Set to 0.
29:16
Video Y Scale Factor: This field represents the video window vertical scale factor according to the following
formula.
VID_Y_SCL = 8192 * (Ys - 1) / (Yd - 1)
Where:
Ys = Video source vertical size in lines
Yd = Video destination vertical size in lines
15:14
Reserved: Set to 0.
13:0
Video X Scale Factor: This field represents the video window horizontal scale factor according to the following
formula.
VID_X_SCL = 8192 * (Xs - 1) / (Xd - 1)
Where:
Xs = Video source horizontal size in pixels
Xd = Video destination horizontal size in pixels
Offset 14h-17h
Video Color Key Register (R/W)
Reset Value = xxxxxxxxh
31:24
Reserved: Set to 0.
23:0
Video Color Key: This field represents the video color key. It is a 24-bit RGB value. The graphics or video data being
compared may be masked prior to the compare by programming the Video Color Mask Register (F4BAR+Memory Offset
18h) appropriately.
Offset 18h-1Bh
Video Color Mask Register (R/W)
Reset Value = xxxxxxxxh
31:24
Reserved: Set to 0.
23:0
Video Color Mask: This field represents the video color mask. It is a 24-bit RGB value. Zeroes in the mask cause the
corresponding bits in the graphics or video stream being compared to be ignored.
Offset 1Ch-1Fh
Palette Address Register (R/W)
31:8
Reserved: Set to 0.
7:0
Palette Address: The value programmed is used to initialize the palette address counter.
Offset 20h-23h
Palette Data Register (R/W)
31:24
Reserved: Set to 0.
23:0
Palette Data: This register contains the read or write data for a Gamma RAM access.
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Reset Value = xxxxxxxxh
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Bit
Description
Offset 24h-27h
DOT Clock Configuration Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
31
Feedback Reset: Reset the PLL postscaler and feedback divider. 0 = Normal operation; 1 = Reset.
A more comprehensive reset description is provided in bit 8.
30
Half Clock: 0 = Enable; 1 = Disable.
For odd post divisors, half clock enables the falling edge of the VCO clock to be used to generate the falling edge of the post
divider output to more closely approximate a 50% output duty cycle.
29
28:24
Reserved: Set to 0.
5-Bit DCLK PLL Post Divisor (PD) Value: Selects value of 1 to 31.
00000 = PD divisor of 8
00001 = PD divisor of 6
00010 = PD divisor of 18
00011 = PD divisor of 4
00100 = PD divisor of 12
00101 = PD divisor of 16
00110 = PD divisor of 24
00111 = PD divisor of 2
01000 = PD divisor of 10
01001 = PD divisor of 20
01010 = PD divisor of 14
01011 = PD divisor of 26
01100 = PD divisor of 22
01101 = PD divisor of 28
01110 = PD divisor of 30
01111 = PD divisor of 1*
10000 = PD divisor of 9
10001 = PD divisor of 7
10010 = PD divisor of 19
10011 = PD divisor of 5
10100 = PD divisor of 13
10101 = PD divisor of 17
10110 = PD divisor of 25
10111 = PD divisor of 3
11000 = PD divisor of 11
11001 = PD divisor of 21
11010 = PD divisor of 15
11011 = PD divisor of 27
11100 = PD divisor of 23
11101 = PD divisor of 29
11110 = PD divisor of 31
11111 = Reserved
*See bit 11 description.
23
22:12
11
Plus 1 (+1): Adds 1 or 0 to FD (DCLK PLL VCO Feedback Divisor) parameter in equation (see Note).
0 = Add 0 to FD; 1 = Add 1 to FD.
N: This bit represents “N” in the equation (see Note). It is used to solve the value of FD (DCLK PLL VCO feedback divisor).
N can be a value of 1 to 400. For all values of N, refer to Table 5-24 on page 204.
CLK_ON: 0 = PLL disable; 1 = PLL enable. If PD = 1 (i.e., bits [28:24] = 01111) the PLL is always enabled and cannot be
disabled by this bit.
10
DOT Clock Select: 0 = DCLK; 1 = TV_CLK.
9
Reserved: Set to 0
8
Bypass PLL: Connects the input of the PLL directly to the output of the PLL. 0 = Normal Operation; 1 = Bypass PLL.
If this bit is set to 1, the input of the PLL bypasses the PLL and resets the VCO control voltage, which in turn powers down
the PLL. Allow 0.5 ms for the control voltage to be driven to 0V.
7:6
5
Reserved: Set to 0.
Reserved (Read Only): Write as read
4:3
Reserved: Set to 0.
2:0
PLL Input Divide (ID) Value: Selects value of 2 to 9 (see Note).
000 = ID divisor of 2
010 = ID divisor of 4
Note:
100 = ID divisor of 6
110 = ID divisor of 8
001 = ID divisor of 3
011 = ID divisor of 5
101 = ID divisor of 7
111 = ID divisor of 9
To calculate DCLK output frequency:
Equation #1: DCLK = [CLK_14MHZ * FD] ÷ [PD *ID]
Condition: 140 MHz < [DCLK * PD] < 300 MHz
Where:
CLK_14MHZ is pin P24
FD is derived from N see equation #2 and #3
PD is derived from bits [28:24]
ID is derived from bits [2:0]
Equation #2: If FD is an odd number then: FD = 2*N +1
Equation #3: If FD is an even number then: FD = 2*N +0
Where: N is derived from bits [22:12]
+1 is achieved by setting bit 23 to 1.
+0 is achieved by clearing bit 23 to 0.
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Bit
Description
Offset 28h-2Bh
31:8
CRC Signature and TFT/TV Configuration Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000100h
24-Bit Video Signature Data (Read Only)
7
SYNC Override: Drive VSYNC_OUT on FP_VSYNC_OUT and HSYNC_OUT on FP_HSYNC_OUT.
0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
6
Invert FP_CLK: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable. (Applicable for TV not TFT.)
5
Invert FP_CLK_EVEN: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
4
Reserved (Read Only)
3
Signature Source Select: 0 = RGB data; 1 = FP data. (FP data occupies the top 6 bits of each color byte to the signature,
with the bottom two bits always zero.)
2
Signature Free Run: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
When high, with the signature enabled, the signature generator captures data continuously across multiple frames. This bit
may be set high when the signature is started, then later set low, which causes the signature generation process to stop at
the end of the current frame.
1
FP_HSYNC_OUT Delay: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable. (Applicable for TFT not TV.)
When SYNC Override (bit 7) is high, this bit (bit 1) can be set high to delay FP_HSYNC_OUT by an extra two clock cycles.
When the SYNC Override (bit 7) is low, this bit should also be set low.
0
Signature Enable: 0 = Disable; 1= Enable.
When low, the signature register is reset to 000001h and held (no capture). When high, the signature register captures the
pixel data signature with each pixel clock beginning with the next vsync.
Offset 2Ch-FFh
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Reset Value = xxh
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Table 5-24. F4BAR+Memory Offset 24h[22:12] Decode (Value of “N”)
N
Reg.
Value
N
Reg.
Value
N
Reg.
Value
N
Reg.
Value
N
Reg.
Value
N
Reg.
Value
N
Reg.
Value
400
399
398
397
396
395
394
393
392
391
390
389
388
387
386
385
384
383
382
381
380
379
378
377
376
375
374
373
372
371
370
369
368
367
366
365
364
363
362
361
360
359
358
357
356
355
354
353
352
351
350
33A
674
4E8
1D0
3A0
740
681
502
205
40B
16
2D
5B
B7
16F
2DE
5BD
37B
6F6
5EC
3D9
7B2
765
6CB
596
32D
65A
4B4
168
2D0
5A1
343
686
50C
219
433
66
CD
19B
336
66C
4D8
1B0
360
6C0
580
301
602
404
8
11
349
348
347
346
345
344
343
342
341
340
339
338
337
336
335
334
333
332
331
330
329
328
327
326
325
324
323
322
321
320
319
318
317
316
315
314
313
312
311
310
309
308
307
306
305
304
303
302
301
300
299
23
47
8F
11F
23E
47D
FA
1F5
3EA
7D4
7A9
753
6A7
54E
29D
53B
277
4EF
1DE
3BC
778
6F1
5E2
3C5
78A
715
62B
456
AC
159
2B2
565
2CB
597
32F
65E
4BC
178
2F0
5E1
3C3
786
70D
61B
436
6C
D9
1B3
366
6CC
598
298
297
296
295
294
293
292
291
290
289
288
287
286
285
284
283
282
281
280
279
278
277
276
275
274
273
272
271
270
269
268
267
266
265
264
263
262
261
260
259
258
257
256
255
254
253
252
251
250
249
248
331
662
4C4
188
310
620
440
80
101
202
405
A
15
2B
57
AF
15F
2BE
57D
2FB
5F7
3EF
7DE
7BD
77B
6F7
5EE
3DD
7BA
775
6EB
5D6
3AD
75A
6B5
56A
2D5
5AB
357
6AE
55C
2B9
573
2E7
5CF
39F
73E
67D
4FA
1F4
3E8
247
246
245
244
243
242
241
240
239
238
237
236
235
234
233
232
231
230
229
228
227
226
225
224
223
222
221
220
219
218
217
216
215
214
213
212
211
210
209
208
207
206
205
204
203
202
201
200
199
198
197
7D0
7A1
743
687
50E
21D
43B
76
ED
1DB
3B6
76C
6D9
5B2
365
6CA
594
329
652
4A4
148
290
521
243
487
10E
21C
439
72
E5
1CB
396
72C
659
4B2
164
2C8
591
323
646
48C
118
230
461
C2
185
30A
614
428
50
A1
196
195
194
193
192
191
190
189
188
187
186
185
184
183
182
181
180
179
178
177
176
175
174
173
172
171
170
169
168
167
166
165
164
163
162
161
160
159
158
157
156
155
154
153
152
151
150
149
148
147
146
143
286
50D
21B
437
6E
DD
1BB
376
6EC
5D8
3B1
762
6C5
58A
315
62A
454
A8
151
2A2
545
28B
517
22F
45F
BE
17D
2FA
5F5
3EB
7D6
7AD
75B
6B7
56E
2DD
5BB
377
6EE
5DC
3B9
772
6E5
5CA
395
72A
655
4AA
154
2A8
145
144
143
142
141
140
139
138
137
136
135
134
133
132
131
130
129
128
127
126
125
124
123
122
121
120
119
118
117
116
115
114
113
112
111
110
109
108
107
106
105
104
103
102
101
100
99
98
97
96
95
551
2A3
547
28F
51F
23F
47F
FE
1FD
3FA
7F4
7E9
7D3
7A7
74F
69F
53E
27D
4FB
1F6
3EC
7D8
7B1
763
6C7
58E
31D
63A
474
E8
1D1
3A2
744
689
512
225
44B
96
12D
25A
4B5
16A
2D4
5A9
353
6A6
54C
299
533
267
4CF
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
19E
33C
678
4F0
1E0
3C0
780
701
603
406
C
19
33
67
CF
19F
33E
67C
4F8
1F0
3E0
7C0
781
703
607
40E
1C
39
73
E7
1CF
39E
73C
679
4F2
1E4
3C8
790
721
643
486
10C
218
431
62
C5
18B
316
62C
458
B0
204
N
Reg.
Value
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
161
2C2
585
30B
616
42C
58
B1
163
2C6
58D
31B
636
46C
D8
1B1
362
6C4
588
311
622
444
88
111
222
445
8A
115
22A
455
AA
155
2AA
555
2AB
557
2AF
55F
2BF
57F
2FF
5FF
3FF
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Register Descriptions
5.4
USB Registers
The USB Host Controller exists logically as its own PCI
“Device”, separate from the Chipset functions. It is a singlefunction device, and so it contains a PCI Configuration
space for only Function 0. Depending on the state of the
HOLD_REQ# pin on reset, the USB Controller will respond
to one of two Device numbers for access to its PCI Configuration registers:
HOLD_REQ# low:
Responds to pin AD29 high
(Device 13h in a Geode system).
HOLD_REQ# high: Responds to pin AD27 high
(Device 11h in a Geode system).
The PCI Configuration registers are listed in Table 5-25.
They can be accessed as any number of bytes within a single 32-bit aligned unit. They are selected by the PCI-stan-
dard Index and Byte-Enable method. Registers marked as
“Reserved”, and reserved bits within a register, should not
be changed by software.
In the PCI Configuration space, there is one Base Address
Register (BAR), at Index 10h, which is used to map the
USB Host Controller's operational register set into a 4K
memory space. Once the BAR register has been initialized,
and the PCI Command register at Index 04h has been set
to enable the Memory space decoder, these “USB Controller” registers are accessible.
The memory-mapped USB Controller Registers are listed
in Table 5-26. They follow the Open Host Controller Interface (OHCI) specification.
Table 5-25. USB Index xxh: USB PCI Configuration Registers
Bit
Description
Index 00h-01h
Vendor Identification Register (RO)
Reset Value = 0E11h
Index 02h-03h
Device Identification Register (RO)
Reset Value = A0F8h
Index 04h-05h
Command Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
15:10
Reserved: Set to 0.
9
Fast Back-to-Back Enable (Read Only): USB only acts as a master to a single device, so this functionality is not needed.
It is always disabled (must always be set to 0).
8
SERR#: USB asserts SERR# when it detects an address parity error. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
7
Wait Cycle Control: USB does not need to insert a wait state between the address and data on the AD lines. It is always
disabled (bit is set to 0).
6
Parity Error: USB asserts PERR# when it is the agent receiving data and it detects a data parity error.
0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
5
VGA Palette Snoop Enable (Read Only): USB does not support this function. It is always disabled (bit is set to 0).
4
Memory Write and Invalidate: Allow USB to run Memory Write and Invalidate commands. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
The Memory Write and Invalidate command will only occur if the cache line size is set to 32 bytes and the memory write is
exactly one cache line.
If the CS5530A is being used in a GX1 processor based system, this bit must be set to 0.
3
Special Cycles: USB does not run special cycles on PCI. It is always disabled (bit is set to 0).
2
PCI Master Enable: Allow USB to run PCI master cycles. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
1
Memory Space: Allow USB to respond as a target to memory cycles. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
0
I/O Space: Allow USB to respond as a target to I/O cycles. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
Index 06h-07h
15
Status Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0280h
Detected Parity Error: This bit is set whenever the USB detects a parity error, even if the Parity Error (response) detection
enable bit (PCIUSB 04h[6]) is disabled. Write 1 to clear.
14
SERR# Status: This bit is set whenever the USB detects a PCI address error. Write 1 to clear.
13
Received Master Abort Status: This bit is set when the USB, acting as a PCI master, aborts a PCI bus memory cycle.
Write 1 to clear.
12
Received Target Abort Status: This bit is set when a USB generated PCI cycle (USB is the PCI master) is aborted by a
PCI target. Write 1 to clear.
11
10:9
8
Signaled Target Abort Status: This bit is set whenever the USB signals a target abort. Write 1 to clear.
DEVSEL# Timing (Read Only): These bits indicate the DEVSEL# timing when performing a positive decode. Since
DEVSEL# is asserted to meet the medium timing, these bits are encoded as 01b.
Data Parity Reported: Set to 1 if the Parity Error Response bit (Command Register bit 6) is set, and USB detects PERR#
asserted while acting as PCI master (whether PERR# was driven by USB or not).
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Bit
7
6:0
Description
Fast Back-to-Back Capable (Read Only): USB does support fast back-to-back transactions when the transactions are not
to the same agent. This bit is always 1.
Reserved: Set to 0.
Note: The PCI specification defines this register to record status information for PCI related events. This is a read/write register. However, writes can only reset bits. A bit is reset whenever the register is written and the data in the corresponding bit location is a 1.
Index 08h
Device Revision ID Register (RO)
Index 09h-0Bh
Reset Value = 06h
PCI Class Code Register (RO)
Reset Value = 0C0310h
This register identifies this function as an OpenHCI device. The base class is 0Ch (serial bus controller). The sub class is 03h (universal
serial bus). The programming interface is 10h (OpenHCI).
Index 0Ch
Cache Line Size Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
This register identifies the system cache line size in units of 32-bit WORDs. The USB only stores the value of bit 3 in this register since
the cache line size of 32 bytes is the only value applicable to the design. Any value other than 08h written to this register is read back as
00h.
In a CS5530A/GX1 processor based system this register must be set to 00h since the GX1 processor has a 16-byte cache line size.
Index 0Dh
Latency Timer Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
This register identifies the value of the latency timer in PCI clocks for PCI bus master cycles.
Index 0Eh
Header Type Register (RO)
Reset Value = 00h
This register identifies the type of the predefined header in the configuration space. Since the USB is a single function device and not a
PCI-to-PCI bridge, this byte should be read as 00h.
Index 0Fh
BIST Register (RO)
Reset Value = 00h
This register identifies the control and status of Built In Self Test. The USB does not implement BIST, so this register is read only.
Index 10h-13h
Base Address Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
This BAR sets the base address of the memory mapped USB controller registers. Bits [11:0] are read only (0000 0000 0000),
indicating a 4 KB memory address range. Refer to Table 5-26 for the USB controller register bit formats and reset values.
31:12
USB Controller Base Address
11:0
Address Range (Read Only)
Index 14h-3Bh
Index 3Ch
Reserved
Reset Value = xxh
Interrupt Line Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
This register identifies which of the system interrupt controllers the devices interrupt pin is connected to. The value of this register is
used by device drivers and has no direct meaning to the USB.
Index 3Dh
Interrupt Pin Register (RO)
Reset Value = 01h
This register identifies which interrupt pin a device uses. Since the USB uses INTA#, this value is set to 01h.
Index 3Eh
Min. Grant Register (RO)
Reset Value = 00h
This register specifies the desired settings for how long of a burst the USB needs assuming a clock rate of 33 MHz. The value specifies
a period of time in units of 1/4 microsecond.
Index 3Fh
Max. Latency Register (RO)
Reset Value = 50h
This register specifies the desired settings for how often the USB needs access to the PCI bus assuming a clock rate of 33 MHz. The
value specifies a period of time in units of 1/4 microsecond.
Index 40h-43h
ASIC Test Mode Enable Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 000F0000h
Used for internal debug and test purposes only.
Index 44h-45h
15:9
8
7:1
0
206
ASIC Operational Mode Enable Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
SIE Pipeline Disable: When set, waits for all USB bus activity to complete prior to returning completion status to the List
Processor. This is a fail-safe mechanism to avoid potential problems with the clk_dr transition between 1.5 MHz and 12
MHz.
Write Only: Read as 0s.
Data Buffer Region 16: When set, the size of the region for the data buffer is 16 bytes. Otherwise, the size is 32 bytes.
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Bit
Description
Index 46h-47h
Reserved
Reset Value = 00h
Index 48h-FFh
Reserved
Reset Value = xxh
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Bit
Description
Offset 00h-03h
HcRevision Register (RO)
Reset Value = 00000110h
31:8
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
7:0
Revision (Read Only): Indicates the Open HCI Specification revision number implemented by the Hardware. USB supports
1.0 specification. (X.Y = XYh).
Offset 04h-07h
31:11
HcControl Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
10
RemoteWakeupConnectedEnable: If a remote wakeup signal is supported, this bit enables that operation. Since there is
no remote wakeup signal supported, this bit is ignored.
9
RemoteWakeupConnected (Read Only): This bit indicated whether the HC supports a remote wakeup signal. This implementation does not support any such signal. The bit is hard-coded to 0.
8
InterruptRouting: This bit is used for interrupt routing: 0 = Interrupts routed to normal interrupt mechanism (INT);
1 = Interrupts routed to SMI.
7:6
HostControllerFunctionalState: This field sets the HC state. The HC may force a state change from UsbSuspend to
UsbResume after detecting resume signaling from a downstream port. States are:
00 = UsbReset
01 = UsbResume
10 = UsbOperational
11 = UsbSuspend
5
BulkListEnable: When set, this bit enables processing of the Bulk list.
4
ControlListEnable: When set, this bit enables processing of the Control list.
3
IsochronousEnable: When clear, this bit disables the Isochronous List when the Periodic List is enabled (so Interrupt EDs
may be serviced). While processing the Periodic List, the HC will check this bit when it finds an isochronous ED.
2
PeriodicListEnable: When set, this bit enables processing of the Periodic (interrupt and isochronous) list. The HC checks
this bit prior to attempting any periodic transfers in a frame.
1:0
ControlBulkServiceRatio: Specifies the number of Control Endpoints serviced for every Bulk Endpoint. Encoding is N-1
where N is the number of Control Endpoints (i.e., 00 = 1 Control Endpoint; 11 = 3 Control Endpoints).
Offset 08h-0Bh
HcCommandStatus Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
31:18
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
17:16
ScheduleOverrunCount: This field increments every time the SchedulingOverrun bit in HcInterruptStatus is set. The count
wraps from 11 to 00.
15:4
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
3
OwnershipChangeRequest: When set by software, this bit sets the OwnershipChange field in HcInterruptStatus. The bit is
cleared by software.
2
BulkListFilled: Set to indicate there is an active ED on the Bulk List. The bit may be set by either software or the HC and
cleared by the HC each time it begins processing the head of the Bulk List.
1
ControlListFilled: Set to indicate there is an active ED on the Control List. It may be set by either software or the HC and
cleared by the HC each time it begins processing the head of the Control List.
0
HostControllerReset: This bit is set to initiate a software reset. This bit is cleared by the HC upon completion of the reset
operation.
Offset 0Ch-0Fh
31
30
29:7
208
HcInterruptStatus Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
OwnershipChange: This bit is set when the OwnershipChangeRequest bit of HcCommandStatus is set.
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
6
RootHubStatusChange: This bit is set when the content of HcRhStatus or the content of any HcRhPortStatus register has
changed.
5
FrameNumberOverflow: Set when bit 15 of FrameNumber changes value.
4
UnrecoverableError (Read Only): This event is not implemented and is hard-coded to 0. Writes are ignored.
3
ResumeDetected: Set when HC detects resume signaling on a downstream port.
2
StartOfFrame: Set when the Frame Management block signals a Start of Frame event.
1
WritebackDoneHead: Set after the HC has written HcDoneHead to HccaDoneHead.
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Bit
0
Description
SchedulingOverrun: Set when the List Processor determines a Schedule Overrun has occurred.
Note: All bits are set by hardware and cleared by software.
Offset 10h-13h
HcInterruptEnable Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
31
MasterInterruptEnable: This bit is a global interrupt enable. A write of 1 allows interrupts to be enabled via the specific
enable bits listed above.
30
OwnershipChangeEnable: 0 = Ignore; 1 = Enable interrupt generation due to Ownership Change.
29:7
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
6
RootHubStatusChangeEnable: 0 = Ignore; 1 = Enable interrupt generation due to Root Hub Status Change.
5
FrameNumberOverflowEnable: 0 = Ignore; 1 = Enable interrupt generation due to Frame Number Overflow.
4
UnrecoverableErrorEnable: This event is not implemented. All writes to this bit are ignored.
3
ResumeDetectedEnable: 0 = Ignore; 1 = Enable interrupt generation due to Resume Detected.
2
StartOfFrameEnable: 0 = Ignore; 1 = Enable interrupt generation due to Start of Frame.
1
WritebackDoneHeadEnable: 0 = Ignore; 1 = Enable interrupt generation due to Writeback Done Head.
0
SchedulingOverrunEnable: 0 = Ignore; 1 = Enable interrupt generation due to Scheduling Overrun.
Note: Writing a 1 to a bit in this register sets the corresponding bit, while writing a 0 leaves the bit unchanged.
Offset 14h-17h
HcInterruptDisable Register (R/W)
Reset Value = C000006Fh
31
MasterInterruptEnable: Global interrupt disable. A write of 1 disables all interrupts.
30
OwnershipChangeEnable: 0 = Ignore; 1 = Disable interrupt generation due to Ownership Change.
29:7
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
6
RootHubStatusChangeEnable: 0 = Ignore; 1 = Disable interrupt generation due to Root Hub Status Change.
5
FrameNumberOverflowEnable: 0 = Ignore; 1 = Disable interrupt generation due to Frame Number Overflow.
4
UnrecoverableErrorEnable: This event is not implemented. All writes to this bit will be ignored.
3
ResumeDetectedEnable: 0 = Ignore; 1 = Disable interrupt generation due to Resume Detected.
2
StartOfFrameEnable: 0 = Ignore; 1 = Disable interrupt generation due to Start of Frame.
1
WritebackDoneHeadEnable: 0 = Ignore; 1 = Disable interrupt generation due to Writeback Done Head.
0
SchedulingOverrunEnable: 0 = Ignore; 1 = Disable interrupt generation due to Scheduling Overrun.
Note: Writing a 1 to a bit in this register clears the corresponding bit, while writing a 0 to a bit leaves the bit unchanged.
Offset 18h-1Bh
HcHCCA Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
HcPeriodCurrentED Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
31:8
HCCA: Pointer to HCCA base address.
7:0
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
Offset 1Ch-1Ch
31:4
PeriodCurrentED: Pointer to the current Periodic List ED.
3:0
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
Offset 20h-23h
HcControlHeadED Register (R/W)
31:4
ControlHeadED: Pointer to the Control List Head ED.
3:0
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
Offset 24h-27h
HcControlCurrentED Register (R/W)
31:4
ControlCurrentED: Pointer to the current Control List ED.
3:0
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
Offset 28h-2Bh
HcBulkHeadED Register (R/W)
31:4
BulkHeadED: Pointer to the Bulk List Head ED.
3:0
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
Offset 2Ch-2Fh
HcBulkCurrentED Register (R/W)
31:4
BulkCurrentED: Pointer to the current Bulk List ED.
3:0
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
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Reset Value = 00000000h
Reset Value = 00000000h
Reset Value = 00000000h
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Bit
Description
Offset 30h-33h
HcDoneHead Register (R/W)
31:4
DoneHead: Pointer to the current Done List Head ED.
3:0
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
Offset 34h-37h
31
HcFmInterval Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
Reset Value = 00002EDFh
FrameIntervalToggle (Read Only): This bit is toggled by HCD when it loads a new value into FrameInterval.
30:16
FSLargestDataPacket (Read Only): This field specifies a value which is loaded into the Largest Data Packet Counter at
the beginning of each frame.
15:14
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
13:0
FrameInterval: This field specifies the length of a frame as (bit times - 1). For 12,000 bit times in a frame, a value of 11,999
is stored here.
Offset 38h-3Bh
31
HcFrameRemaining Register (RO)
Reset Value = 00002Exxh
FrameRemainingToggle (Read Only): Loaded with FrameIntervalToggle when FrameRemaining is loaded.
30:14
Reserved: Read 0s.
13:0
FrameRemaining (Read Only): When the HC is in the UsbOperational state, this 14-bit field decrements each 12 MHz
clock period. When the count reaches 0, (end of frame) the counter reloads with FrameInterval. In addition, the counter
loads when the HC transitions into UsbOperational.
Offset 3Ch-3Fh
HcFmNumber Register (RO)
Reset Value = 00000000h
31:16
Reserved: Read 0s.
15:0
FrameNumber (Read Only): This 16-bit incrementing counter field is incremented coincident with the loading of FrameRemaining. The count rolls over from FFFFh to 0h.
Offset 40h-43h
HcPeriodicStart Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
31:14
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
13:0
PeriodicStart: This field contains a value used by the List Processor to determine where in a frame the Periodic List processing must begin.
Offset 44h-47h
HcLSThreshold Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000628h
31:12
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
11:0
LSThreshold: This field contains a value used by the Frame Management block to determine whether or not a low speed
transaction can be started in the current frame.
Offset 48h-4Bh
HcRhDescriptorA Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 01000002h
31:24
PowerOnToPowerGoodTime: This field value is represented as the number of 2 ms intervals, ensuring that the power
switching is effective within 2 ms. Only bits [25:24] are implemented as R/W. The remaining bits are read only as 0. It is not
expected that these bits be written to anything other than 1h, but limited adjustment is provided. This field should be written
to support system implementation. This field should always be written to a non-zero value.
23:13
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
12
NoOverCurrentProtection: This bit should be written to support the external system port over-current implementation. 0 =
Over-current status is reported; 1 = Over-current status is not reported.
11
OverCurrentProtectionMode: This bit should be written 0 and is only valid when NoOverCurrentProtection is cleared. 0 =
Global Over-Current; 1 = Individual Over-Current
10
DeviceType (Read Only): USB is not a compound device.
9
NoPowerSwitching: This bit should be written to support the external system port power switching implementation. 0 =
Ports are power switched. 1 = Ports are always powered on.
8
PowerSwitchingMode: This bit is only valid when NoPowerSwitching is cleared. This bit should be written 0. 0 = Global
Switching; 1 = Individual Switching
7:0
NumberDownstreamPorts (Read Only): USB supports two downstream ports.
Note: This register is only reset by a power-on reset (PCIRST#). It is written during system initialization to configure the Root Hub.
These bit should not be written during normal operation.
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Table 5-26. USB BAR+Memory Offset xxh: USB Controller Registers (Continued)
Bit
Description
Offset 4Ch-4Fh
31:16
HcRhDescriptorB Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
PortPowerControlMask: Global-power switching. This field is only valid if NoPowerSwitching is cleared and PowerSwitchingMode is set (individual port switching). When set, the port only responds to individual port power switching commands
(Set/ClearPortPower). When cleared, the port only responds to global power switching commands (Set/ClearGlobalPower).
0 = Device not removable; 1 = Global-power mask.
Port Bit relationship - Unimplemented ports are reserved, read/write 0.
0 = Reserved
1 = Port 1
2 = Port 2
...
15 = Port 15
15:0
DeviceRemoveable: USB ports default to removable devices. 0 = Device not removable; 1 = Device removable.
Port Bit relationship
0 = Reserved
1 = Port 1
2 = Port 2
...
15 = Port 15
Unimplemented ports are reserved, read/write 0.
Note: This register is only reset by a power-on reset (PCIRST#). It is written during system initialization to configure the Root Hub.
These bit should not be written during normal operation.
Offset 50h-53h
31
30:18
HcRhStatus Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
ClearRemoteWakeupEnable (Write Only): Writing a 1 to this bit clears DeviceRemoteWakeupEnable. Writing a 1 has no
effect.
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
17
OverCurrentIndicatorChange: This bit is set when OverCurrentIndicator changes. Writing a 1 clears this bit. Writing a 0
has no effect.
16
Read: LocalPowerStatusChange: Not supported. Always read 0.
Write: SetGlobalPower: Write a 1 issues a SetGlobalPower command to the ports. Writing a 0 has no effect.
15
Read: DeviceRemoteWakeupEnable: This bit enables ports' ConnectStatusChange as a remote wakeup event.
0 = Disabled; 1 = Enabled.
Write = SetRemoteWakeupEnable: Writing a 1 sets DeviceRemoteWakeupEnable. Writing a 0 has no effect.
14:2
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
1
OverCurrentIndicator: This bit reflects the state of the OVRCUR pin. This field is only valid if NoOverCurrentProtection and
OverCurrentProtectionMode are cleared. 0 = No over-current condition; 1 = Over-current condition.
0
Read: LocalPowerStatus: Not Supported. Always read 0.
Write: ClearGlobalPower: Writing a 1 issues a ClearGlobalPower command to the ports. Writing a 0 has no effect.
Note: This register is reset by the UsbReset state.
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Bit
Description
Offset 54h-57h
31:21
HcRhPortStatus[1] Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000628h
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
20
PortResetStatusChange: This bit indicates that the port reset signal has completed. 0 = Port reset is not complete;
1 = Port reset is complete.
19
PortOverCurrentIndicatorChange: This bit is set when OverCurrentIndicator changes. Writing a 1 clears this bit. Writing a
0 has no effect.
18
PortSuspendStatusChange: This bit indicates the completion of the selective resume sequence for the port. 0 = Port is not
resumed; 1 = Port resume is complete.
17
PortEnableStatusChange: This bit indicates that the port has been disabled due to a hardware event (cleared PortEnableStatus). 0 = Port has not been disabled; 1 = PortEnableStatus has been cleared.
16
ConnectStatusChange: This bit indicates a connect or disconnect event has been detected. Writing a 1 clears this bit.
Writing a 0 has no effect. 0 = No connect/disconnect event; 1 = Hardware detection of connect/disconnect event.
If DeviceRemoveable is set, this bit resets to 1.
15:10
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
9
Read: LowSpeedDeviceAttached: This bit defines the speed (and bud idle) of the attached device. It is only valid when
CurrentConnectStatus is set. 0 = Full Speed device; 1 = Low Speed device.
8
Read: PortPowerStatus: This bit reflects the power state of the port regardless of the power switching mode. 0 = Port
power is off; 1 = Port power is on.
Write: ClearPortPower: Writing a 1 clears PortPowerStatus. Writing a 0 has no effect.
Note: If NoPowerSwitching is set, this bit is always read as 1.
Write: SetPortPower: Writing a 1 sets PortPowerStatus. Writing a 0 has no effect.
7:5
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
4
Read: PortResetStatus: 0 = Port reset signal is not active; 1 = Port reset signal is active.
3
Read: PortOverCurrentIndicator: This bit reflects the state of the OVRCUR pin dedicated to this port. This field is only
valid if NoOverCurrentProtection is cleared and OverCurrentProtectionMode is set. 0 = No over-current condition; 1 = Overcurrent condition.
Write: SetPortReset: Writing a 1 sets PortResetStatus. Writing a 0 has no effect.
Write: ClearPortSuspend: Writing a 1 initiates the selective resume sequence for the port. Writing a 0 has no effect.
2
Read: PortSuspendStatus: 0 = Port is not suspended; 1 = Port is selectively suspended.
Write: SetPortSuspend: Writing a 1 sets PortSuspendStatus. Writing a 0 has no effect.
1
Read: PortEnableStatus: 0 = Port disabled; 1 = Port enabled.
Write: SetPortEnable: Writing a 1 sets PortEnableStatus. Writing a 0 has no effect.
0
Read: CurrentConnectStatus: 0 = No device connected; 1 = Device connected.
Note: If DeviceRemoveable is set (not removable) this bit is always 1.
Write: ClearPortEnable: Writing 1 a clears PortEnableStatus. Writing a 0 has no effect.
Note: This register is reset by the UsbReset state.
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Bit
Description
Offset 58h-5Bh
31:21
HcRhPortStatus[2] Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 01000002h
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
20
PortResetStatusChange: This bit indicates that the port reset signal has completed. 0 = Port reset is not complete;
1 = Port reset is complete.
19
PortOverCurrentIndicatorChange: This bit is set when OverCurrentIndicator changes. Writing a 1 clears this bit. Writing a
0 has no effect.
18
PortSuspendStatusChange: This bit indicates the completion of the selective resume sequence for the port. 0 = Port is not
resumed; 1 = Port resume is complete.
17
PortEnableStatusChange: This bit indicates that the port has been disabled due to a hardware event (cleared PortEnableStatus). 0 = Port has not been disabled; 1 = PortEnableStatus has been cleared.
16
ConnectStatusChange: This bit indicates a connect or disconnect event has been detected. Writing a 1 clears this bit.
Writing a 0 has no effect. 0 = No connect/disconnect event; 1 = Hardware detection of connect/disconnect event.
If DeviceRemoveable is set, this bit resets to 1.
15:10
9
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
Read: LowSpeedDeviceAttached: This bit defines the speed (and bud idle) of the attached device. It is only valid when
CurrentConnectStatus is set. 0 = Full Speed device; 1 = Low Speed device.
Write: ClearPortPower: Writing a 1 clears PortPowerStatus. Writing a 0 has no effect.
8
Read: PortPowerStatus: This bit reflects the power state of the port regardless of the power switching mode. 0 = Port
power is off; 1 = Port power is on.
Note: If NoPowerSwitching is set, this bit is always read as 1.
Write: SetPortPower: Writing a 1 sets PortPowerStatus. Writing a 0 has no effect.
7:5
4
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
Read: PortResetStatus: 0 = Port reset signal is not active; 1 = Port reset signal is active.
Write: SetPortReset: Writing a 1 sets PortResetStatus. Writing a 0 has no effect.
3
Read: PortOverCurrentIndicator: This bit reflects the state of the OVRCUR pin dedicated to this port. This field is only
valid if NoOverCurrentProtection is cleared and OverCurrentProtectionMode is set. 0 = No over-current condition; 1 = Overcurrent condition.
Write: ClearPortSuspend: Writing a 1 initiates the selective resume sequence for the port. Writing a 0 has no effect.
2
Read: PortSuspendStatus: 0 = Port is not suspended; 1 = Port is selectively suspended.
Write: SetPortSuspend: Writing a 1 sets PortSuspendStatus. Writing a 0 has no effect.
1
Read: PortEnableStatus: 0 = Port disabled; 1 = Port enabled.
Write: SetPortEnable: Writing a 1 sets PortEnableStatus. Writing a 0 has no effect.
0
Read: CurrentConnectStatus: 0 = No device connected; 1 = Device connected.
Note: If DeviceRemoveable is set (not removable) this bit is always 1.
Write: ClearPortEnable: Writing 1 a clears PortEnableStatus. Writing a 0 has no effect.
Note: This register is reset by the UsbReset state.
Offset 5Ch-5Fh
Reserved
Reset Value = 00000000h
Offset 60h-9Fh
Reserved
Reset Value = xxh
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Bit
Description
Offset 100h-103h
31:9
HceControl Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
8
A20State: Indicates current state of Gate A20 on keyboard controller. Compared against value written to 60h when
GateA20Sequence is active.
7
IRQ12Active: Indicates a positive transition on IRQ12 from keyboard controller occurred. Software writes this bit to 1 to
clear it (set it to 0); a 0 write has no effect.
6
IRQ1Active: Indicates a positive transition on IRQ1 from keyboard controller occurred. Software writes this bit to 1 to clear
it (set it to 0); a 0 write has no effect.
5
GateA20Sequence: Set by HC when a data value of D1h is written to I/O port 64h. Cleared by HC on write to I/O port 64h
of any value other than D1h.
4
ExternalIRQEn: When set to 1, IRQ1 and IRQ12 from the keyboard controller cause an emulation interrupt. The function
controlled by this bit is independent of the setting of the EmulationEnable bit in this register.
3
IRQEn: When set, the HC generates IRQ1 or IRQ12 as long as the OutputFull bit in HceStatus is set to 1. If the AuxOutputFull bit of HceStatus is 0, IRQ1 is generated: if 1, then an IRQ12 is generated.
2
CharacterPending: When set, an emulation interrupt will be generated when the OutputFull bit of the HceStatus register is
set to 0.
1
EmulationInterrupt (Read Only): This bit is a static decode of the emulation interrupt condition.
0
EmulationEnable: When set to 1 the HC is enabled for legacy emulation and will decode accesses to I/O registers 60h and
64h and generate IRQ1 and/or IRQ12 when appropriate. The HC also generates an emulation interrupt at appropriate times
to invoke the emulation software.
Note: This register is used to enable and control the emulation hardware and report various status information.
Offset 104h-107h
HceInput Register (R/W)
31:8
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
7:0
InputData: This register holds data written to I/O ports 60h and 64h.
Reset Value = 000000xxh
Note: This register is the emulation side of the legacy Input Buffer register.
Offset 108h-10Bh
HceOutput Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 000000xxh
31:8
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
7:0
OutputData: This register hosts data that is returned when an I/O read of port 60h is performed by application software.
Note: This register is the emulation side of the legacy Output Buffer register where keyboard and mouse data is to be written by software.
Offset 10Ch-10Fh
31:8
HceStatus Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
Reserved: Read/Write 0s.
7
Parity: Indicates parity error on keyboard/mouse data.
6
Timeout: Used to indicate a time-out
5
AuxOutputFull: IRQ12 is asserted whenever this bit is set to 1 and OutputFull is set to 1 and the IRQEn bit is set.
4
Inhibit Switch: This bit reflects the state of the keyboard inhibit switch and is set if the keyboard is NOT inhibited.
3
CmdData: The HC will set this bit to 0 on an I/O write to port 60h and on an I/O write to port 64h the HC will set this bit to 1.
2
Flag: Nominally used as a system flag by software to indicate a warm or cold boot.
1
InputFull: Except for the case of a Gate A20 sequence, this bit is set to 1 on an I/O write to address 60h or 64h. While this
bit is set to 1 and emulation is enabled, an emulation interrupt condition exists.
0
OutputFull: The HC will set this bit to 0 on a read of I/O port 60h. If IRQEn is set and AuxOutputFull is set to 0 then an IRQ1
is generated as long as this bit is set to 1. If IRQEn is set and AuxOutputFull is set to 1 then and IRQ12 will be generated a
long as this bit is set to 1. While this bit is 0 and CharacterPending in HceControl is set to 1, an emulation interrupt condition exists.
Note: This register is the emulation side of the legacy Status register.
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5.5
ISA Legacy I/O Register Space
The bit formats for the ISA Legacy I/O Registers plus two
chipset-specific configuration registers used for interrupt
mapping in the CS5530A are given in this section. These
registers reside in the ISA I/O address space in the
address range from 000h to FFFh and are accessed
through typical input/output instructions (i.e., CPU direct R/
W) with the designated I/O port address and 8-bit data.
The registers are separated into the following categories:
• DMA Channel Control Registers, see Table 5-27
• Programmable Interval Timer Registers, see Table 5-29
• Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers, see Table
5-30
• Keyboard Controller Registers, see Table 5-31
• Real Time Clock Registers, see Table 5-32
• Miscellaneous Registers, see Table 5-33 (includes 4D0h
and 4D1h Interrupt Edge/Level Select Registers and
ACPI Timer Count Register at I/O Port 121Ch)
• DMA Page Registers, see Table 5-28
Table 5-27. DMA Channel Control Registers
Bit
Description
I/O Port 000h (R/W)
DMA Channel 0 Address Register
Written as two successive bytes, byte 0, 1.
I/O Port 001h (R/W)
DMA Channel 0 Transfer Count Register
Written as two successive bytes, byte 0, 1.
I/O Port 002h (R/W)
DMA Channel 1 Address Register
Written as two successive bytes, byte 0, 1.
I/O Port 003h (R/W)
DMA Channel 1 Transfer Count Register
Written as two successive bytes, byte 0, 1.
I/O Port 004h (R/W)
DMA Channel 2 Address Register
Written as two successive bytes, byte 0, 1.
I/O Port 005h (R/W)
DMA Channel 2 Transfer Count Register
Written as two successive bytes, byte 0, 1.
I/O Port 006h (R/W)
DMA Channel 3 Address Register
Written as two successive bytes, byte 0, 1.
I/O Port 007h (R/W)
DMA Channel 3 Transfer Count Register
Written as two successive bytes, byte 0, 1.
I/O Port 008h (R/W)
Read
DMA Status Register, Channels 3:0
7
Channel 3 Request: Request pending? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
6
Channel 2 Request: Request pending? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
5
Channel 1 Request: Request pending? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
4
Channel 0 Request: Request pending? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
3
Channel 3 Terminal Count: TC reached? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
2
Channel 2 Terminal Count: TC reached? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
1
Channel 1 Terminal Count: TC reached? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
0
Channel 0 Terminal Count: TC reached? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
Write
7
DMA Command Register, Channels 3:0
DACK Sense: 0 = Active high; 1 = Active low.
6
DREQ Sense: 0 = Active high; 1 = Active low.
5
Write Selection: 0 = Late write; 1 = Extended write.
4
Priority Mode: 0 = Fixed; 1 = Rotating.
3
Timing Mode: 0 = Normal; 1 = Compressed.
2
Channels 3 through 0: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
1:0
Reserved: Set to 0.
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Bit
Description
I/O Port 009h (WO)
7:3
Reserved: Set to 0.
2
Reserved: Set to 0.
1:0
Software DMA Request Register, Channels 3:0
Channel Number Request Select: 00 = Channel 0; 01 = Channel 1; 10 = Channel 2; 11 = Channel 3.
Note: Software DMA is not supported.
I/O Port 00Ah (R/W)
7:3
2
1:0
Channel Mask: 0 = Not masked; 1 = Masked.
Channel Number Mask Select: 00 = Channel 0; 01 = Channel 1; 10 = Channel 2; 11 = Channel 3.
I/O Port 00Bh (WO)
7:6
DMA Channel Mask Register, Channels 3:0
Reserved: Set to 0.
DMA Channel Mode Register, Channels 3:0
Transfer Mode: 00 = Demand; 01 = Single; 10 = Block; 11 = Cascade.
5
Address Direction: 0 = Increment; 1 = Decrement.
4
Auto-initialize: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
3:2
Transfer Type: 00 = Verify; 01 = Memory read; 10 = Memory write; 11 = Reserved.
1:0
Channel Number Mode Select: 00 = Channel 0; 01 = Channel 1; 10 = Channel 2; 11 = Channel 3.
I/O Port 00Ch (WO)
DMA Clear Byte Pointer Command, Channels 3:0
I/O Port 00Dh (WO)
DMA Master Clear Command, Channels 3:0
I/O Port 00Eh (WO)
DMA Clear Mask Register Command, Channels 3:0
I/O Port 00Fh (WO)
DMA Write Mask Register Command, Channels 3:0
I/O Port 0C0h (R/W)
DMA Channel 4 Address Register
Not used.
I/O Port 0C2h (R/W)
DMA Channel 4 Transfer Count Register
Not used.
I/O Port 0C4h (R/W)
DMA Channel 5 Address Register
Memory address bytes 1 and 0.
I/O Port 0C6h (R/W)
DMA Channel 5 Transfer Count Register
Transfer count bytes 1 and 0
I/O Port 0C8h (R/W)
DMA Channel 6 Address Register
Memory address bytes 1 and 0.
I/O Port 0CAh (R/W)
DMA Channel 6 Transfer Count Register
Transfer count bytes 1 and 0.
I/O Port 0CCh (R/W)
DMA Channel 7 Address Register
Memory address bytes 1 and 0.
I/O Port 0CEh (R/W)
DMA Channel 7 Transfer Count Register
Transfer count bytes 1 and 0.
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Bit
Description
I/O Port 0D0h (R/W)
Read
DMA Status Register, Channels 7:4
7
Channel 7 Request: Request pending? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
6
Channel 6 Request: Request pending? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
5
Channel 5 Request: Request pending? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
4
Undefined
3
Channel 7 Terminal Count: TC reached? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
2
Channel 6 Terminal Count: TC reached? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
1
Channel 5 Terminal Count: TC reached? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
0
Undefined
Write
DMA Command Register, Channels 7:4
7
DACK Sense: 0 = Active high; 1 = Active low.
6
DREQ Sense: 0 = Active high; 1 = Active low.
5
Write Selection: 0 = Late write; 1 = Extended write.
4
Priority Mode: 0 = Fixed; 1 = Rotating.
3
Timing Mode: 0 = Normal; 1 = Compressed.
2
Channels 7 through 4: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
1:0
Reserved: Set to 0.
I/O Port 0D2h (WO)
7:3
2
1:0
Software DMA Request Register, Channels 7:4
Reserved: Set to 0.
Request Type: 0 = Reset; 1 = Set.
Channel Number Request Select: 00 = Illegal; 01 = Channel 5; 10 = Channel 6; 11 = Channel 7.
Note: Software DMA is not supported
I/O Port 0D4h (R/W)
7:3
2
1:0
Reserved: Set to 0.
Channel Mask: 0 = Not masked; 1 = Masked.
Channel Number Mask Select: 00 = Channel 4; 01 = Channel 5; 10 = Channel 6; 11 = Channel 7.
I/O Port 0D6h (WO)
7:6
DMA Channel Mask Register, Channels 7:0
DMA Channel Mode Register, Channels 7:4
Transfer Mode: 00 = Demand; 01 = Single; 10 = Block; 11 = Cascade.
5
Address Direction: 0 = Increment; 1 = Decrement.
4
Auto-initialize: 0 = Disabled; 1 = Enable.
3:2
Transfer Type: 00 = Verify; 01 = Memory read; 10 = Memory write; 11 = Reserved.
1:0
Channel Number Mode Select: 00 = Channel 4; 01 = Channel 5; 10 = Channel 6; 11 = Channel 7.
Channel 4 must be programmed in cascade mode. This mode is not the default.
I/O Port 0D8h (WO)
DMA Clear Byte Pointer Command, Channels 7:4
I/O Port 0DAh (WO)
DMA Master Clear Command, Channels 7:4
I/O Port 0DCh (WO)
DMA Clear Mask Register Command, Channels 7:4
I/O Port 0DEh (WO)
DMA Write Mask Register Command, Channels 7:4
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Table 5-28. DMA Page Registers
Bit
Description
I/O Port 081h (R/W)
DMA Channel 2 Low Page Register
Address bits [23:16] (byte 2).
I/O Port 082h (R/W)
DMA Channel 3 Low Page Register
Address bits [23:16] (byte 2).
I/O Port 083h (R/W)
DMA Channel 1 Low Page Register
Address bits [23:16] (byte 2).
I/O Port 087h (R/W)
DMA Channel 0 Low Page Register
Address bits [23:16] (byte 2).
I/O Port 089h (R/W)
DMA Channel 6 Low Page Register
Address bits [23:16] (byte 2).
I/O Port 08Ah (R/W)
DMA Channel 7 Low Page Register
Address bits [23:16] (byte 2).
I/O Port 08Bh (R/W)
DMA Channel 5 Low Page Register
Address bits [23:16] (byte 2).
I/O Port 08Fh (R/W)
ISA Refresh Low Page Register
Refresh address.
I/O Port 481h (R/W)
DMA Channel 2 High Page Register
Address bits [31:24] (byte 3). Note: This register is reset to 00h on any access to Port 081h.
I/O Port 482h (R/W)
DMA Channel 3 High Page Register
Address bits [31:24] (byte 3). Note: This register is reset to 00h on any access to Port 082h.
I/O Port 483h (R/W)
DMA Channel 1 High Page Register
Address bits [31:24] (byte 3). Note: This register is reset to 00h on any access to Port 083h.
I/O Port 487h (R/W)
DMA Channel 0 High Page Register
Address bits [31:24] (byte 3). Note: This register is reset to 00h on any access to Port 087h.
I/O Port 489h (R/W)
DMA Channel 6 High Page Register
Address bits [31:24] (byte 3). Note: This register is reset to 00h on any access to Port 089h.
I/O Port 48Ah (R/W)
DMA Channel 7 High Page Register
Address bits [31:24] (byte 3). Note: This register is reset to 00h on any access to Port 08Ah.
I/O Port 48Bh (R/W)
DMA Channel 5 High Page Register
Address bits [31:24] (byte 3). Note: This register is reset to 00h on any access to Port 08Bh.
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Table 5-29. Programmable Interval Timer Registers
Bit
Description
I/O Port 040h
Write
7:0
PIT Timer 0 Counter
Counter Value
Read
PIT Timer 0 Status
7
Counter Output: State of counter output signal.
6
Counter Loaded: Last count written is loaded? 0 = Yes; 1 = No.
5:4
Current Read/Write Mode: 00 = Counter latch command; 01 = R/W LSB only; 10 = R/W MSB only; 11 = R/W LSB, followed
by MSB.
3:1
Current Counter Mode: 0-5.
0
BCD Mode: 0 = Binary; 1 = BCD (binary coded decimal).
I/O Port 041h
Write
7:0
PIT Timer 1 Counter (Refresh)
Counter Value
Read
PIT Timer 1 Status (Refresh)
7
Counter Output: State of counter output signal.
6
Counter Loaded: Last count written is loaded? 0 = Yes; 1 = No.
5:4
Current Read/Write Mode: 00 = Counter latch command; 01 = R/W LSB only; 10 = R/W MSB only; 11 = R/W LSB, followed
by MSB.
3:1
Current Counter Mode: 0-5.
0
BCD Mode: 0 = Binary; 1 = BCD (binary coded decimal).
I/O Port 042h
Write
7:0
PIT Timer 2 Counter (Speaker)
Counter Value
Read
PIT Timer 2 Status (Speaker)
7
Counter Output: State of counter output signal.
6
Counter Loaded: Last count written is loaded? 0 = Yes; 1 = No.
5:4
Current Read/Write Mode: 00 = Counter latch command; 01 = R/W LSB only; 10 = R/W MSB only; 11 = R/W LSB, followed
by MSB.
3:1
Current Counter Mode: 0-5.
0
BCD Mode: 0 = Binary; 1 = BCD (binary coded decimal).
I/O Port 043h (R/W)
PIT Mode Control Word Register
7:6
Counter Select: 00 = Counter 0; 01 = Counter 1; 10 = Counter 2; 11 = Read-back command (Note 1).
5:4
Current Read/Write Mode: 00 = Counter latch command (Note 2); 01 = R/W LSB only; 10 = R/W MSB only; 11 = R/W LSB,
followed by MSB.
3:1
Current Counter Mode: 0-5.
0
BCD Mode: 0 = Binary; 1 = BCD (binary coded decimal).
Notes: 1. If bits [7:6] = 11: Register functions as Read Status Command
Bit 5 = Latch Count, Bit 4 = Latch Status, Bit 3 = Select Counter 2, Bit 2 = Select Counter 1, Bit 1 = Select Counter 0, and Bit
0 = Reserved
2. If bits [5:4] = 00: Register functions as Counter Latch Command
Bits [7:6] = Selects Counter, and [3:0] = Don’t care
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Table 5-30. Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Bit
Description
I/O Port 020h / 0A0h (WO)
7:5
Reserved: Set to 0.
4
Reserved: Set to 1.
Master / Slave PIC IWC1
3
Trigger Mode: 0 = Edge; 1 = Level.
2
Vector Address Interval: 0 = 8-byte intervals; 1 = 4-byte intervals.
1
Reserved: Set to 0 (cascade mode).
0
Reserved: Set to 1 (ICW4 must be programmed).
I/O Port 021h / 0A1h (WO)
Master / Slave PIC ICW2
(after ICW1 is written)
7:3
A[7:3]: Address lines [7:3] for base vector for interrupt controller.
2:0
Reserved: Set to 0.
I/O Port 021h / 0A1h (WO)
Master / Slave PIC ICW3
(after ICW2 is written)
Master PIC ICW3
7:0
Cascade IRQ: Must be 04h.
Slave PIC ICW3
7:0
Slave ID: Must be 02h.
I/O Port 021h / 0A1h (WO)
7:5
4
Master / Slave PIC ICW4
(after ICW3 is written)
Reserved: Set to 0.
Special Fully Nested Mode: 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
This function is not implemented and should always be disabled (i.e., set this bit to 0).
3:2
Reserved: Set to 0.
1
Auto EOI: 0 = Normal EOI; 1 = Auto EOI.
0
Reserved: Set to 1 (8086/8088 mode).
I/O Port 021h / 0A1h (R/W)
7
Master / Slave PIC OCW1
(except immediately after ICW1 is written)
IRQ7 / IRQ15 Mask: 0 = Not Masked; 1 = Mask.
6
IRQ6 / IRQ14 Mask: 0 = Not Masked; 1 = Mask.
5
IRQ5 / IRQ13 Mask: 0 = Not Masked; 1 = Mask.
4
IRQ4 / IRQ12 Mask: 0 = Not Masked; 1 = Mask.
3
IRQ3 / IRQ11 Mask: 0 = Not Masked; 1 = Mask.
2
IRQ2 / IRQ10 Mask: 0 = Not Masked; 1 = Mask.
1
IRQ1 / IRQ9 Mask: 0 = Not Masked; 1 = Mask.
0
IRQ0 / IRQ8 Mask: 0 = Not Masked; 1 = Mask.
I/O Port 020h / 0A0h (WO)
7:5
Master / Slave PIC OCW2
Rotate/EOI Codes
000 = Clear rotate in Auto EOI mode
001 = Non-specific EOI
010 = No operation
011 = Specific EOI (bits [2:0] must be valid)
220
4:3
Reserved: Set to 0.
2:0
IRQ Number (000-111)
100 = Set rotate in Auto EOI mode
101 = Rotate on non-specific EOI command
110 = Set priority command (bits [2:0] must be valid)
111 = Rotate on specific EOI command (bits [2:0] must be valid)
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Bit
Description
I/O Port 020h / 0A0h (WO)
7
Reserved: Set to 0.
6:5
Special Mask Mode
Master / Slave PIC OCW3
00 = No operation
01 = No operation
10 = Reset Special Mask Mode
11 = Set Special Mask Mode
4
Reserved: Set to 0.
3
Reserved: Set to 1.
2
Reserved: Set to 0. Poll Command at this address is not supported.
1:0
Register Read Mode
00 = No operation
01 = No operation
I/O Port 020h / 0A0h (RO)
10 = Read interrupt request register on next read of Port 20h
11 = Read interrupt service register on next read of Port 20h
Master / Slave PIC Interrupt Request and Service Registers
for OCW3 Commands
Interrupt Request Register
7
IRQ7 / IRQ15 Pending: 0 = Yes; 1 = No.
6
IRQ6 / IRQ14 Pending: 0 = Yes; 1 = No.
5
IRQ5 / IRQ13 Pending: 0 = Yes; 1 = No.
4
IRQ4 / IRQ12 Pending: 0 = Yes; 1 = No.
3
IRQ3 / IRQ11 Pending: 0 = Yes; 1 = No.
2
IRQ2 / IRQ10 Pending: 0 = Yes; 1 = No.
1
IRQ1 / IRQ9 Pending: 0 = Yes; 1 = No.
0
IRQ0 / IRQ8 Pending: 0 = Yes; 1 = No.
Interrupt Service Register
7
IRQ7 / IRQ15 In-Service: 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
6
IRQ6 / IRQ14 In-Service: 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
5
IRQ5 / IRQ13 In-Service: 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
4
IRQ4 / IRQ12 In-Service: 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
3
IRQ3 / IRQ11 In-Service: 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
2
IRQ2 / IRQ10 In-Service: 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
1
IRQ1 / IRQ9 In-Service: 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
0
IRQ0 / IRQ8 In-Service: 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
Note: The function of this register is set with bits [1:0] in a write to 020h.
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Table 5-31. Keyboard Controller Registers
Bit
Description
I/O Port 060h (R/W)
External Keyboard Controller Data Register
Keyboard Controller Data Register: All accesses to this port are passed to the ISA bus. If the fast keyboard gate A20 and reset features are enabled through bit 7 of the ROM/AT Logic Control Register (F0 Index 52h[7]), the respective sequences of writes to this port
assert the A20M# pin or cause a warm CPU reset.
I/O Port 061h (R/W)
7
Port B Control Register
Reset Value = 00x01100b
PERR#/SERR# Status (Read Only): Was a PCI bus error (PERR#/SERR#) asserted by a PCI device or by the CS5530A?
0 = No; 1 = Yes.
This bit can only be set if ERR_EN (bit 2) is set 0. This bit is set 0 after a write to ERR_EN with a 1 or after reset.
6
IOCHK# Status (Read Only): Is an I/O device reporting an error to the CS5530A? 0 = No; 1 = Yes.
5
PIT OUT2 State (Read Only): This bit reflects the current status of the PIT Counter 2 (OUT2).
This bit can only be set if IOCHK_EN (bit 3) is set 0. This bit is set 0 after a write to IOCHK_EN with a 1 or after reset.
4
Toggle (Read Only): This bit toggles on every falling edge of Counter 1 (OUT1).
3
IOCHK Enable:
0 = Generates an NMI if IOCHK# is driven low by an I/O device to report an error. Note that NMI is under SMI control.
1 = Ignores the IOCHK# input signal and does not generate NMI.
2
PERR#/SERR# Enable: Generates an NMI if PERR#/SERR# is driven active to report an error.
0 = Enable; 1 = Disable
1
PIT Counter2 (SPKR): 0 = Forces Counter 2 output (OUT2) to zero; 1 = Allows Counter 2 output (OUT2) to pass to the
speaker.
0
PIT Counter2 Enable: 0 = Sets GATE2 input low; 1 = Sets GATE2 input high.
I/O Port 062h (R/W)
External Keyboard Controller Mailbox Register
Keyboard Controller Mailbox Register: Accesses to this port will assert KBROMCS# if the Port 062h/066h decode is enabled through
bit 7 of the Decode Control Register 2 (F0 Index 5Bh[7]).
I/O Port 064h (R/W)
External Keyboard Controller Command Register
Keyboard Controller Command Register: All accesses to this port are passed to the ISA bus. If the fast keyboard gate A20 and reset
features are enabled through bit 7 of the ROM/AT Logic Control Register (F0 Index 52h[7]), the respective sequences of writes to this
port assert the A20M# pin or cause a warm CPU reset.
I/O Port 066h (R/W)
External Keyboard Controller Mailbox Register
Keyboard Controller Mailbox Register: Accesses to this port will assert KBROMCS# if the Port 062h/066h decode is enabled through
bit 7 of the Decode Control Register 2 (F0 Index 5Bh[7]).
I/O Port 092h
7:2
Port A Control Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 02h
Reserved: Set to 0.
1
A20M# SMI Assertion: Assert A20M#. 0 = Enable mask; 1 = Disable mask.
0
Fast CPU Reset: WM_RST SMI is asserted to the BIOS. 0 = Disable; 1 = Enable.
This bit must be cleared before the generation of another reset.
Table 5-32. Real-Time Clock Registers
Bit
Description
I/O Port 070h (WO)
7
6:0
RTC Address Register
NMI Mask: 0 = Enable; 1 = Mask.
RTC Register Index: A write of this register sends the data out on the ISA bus and also causes RTCALE to be triggered.
Note: This register is shadowed within the CS5530A and is read through the RTC Shadow Register (F0 Index BBh).
I/O Port 071h (R/W)
RTC Data Register
A read of this register returns the value of the register indexed by the RTC Address Register plus initiates a RTCCS#.
A write of this register sets the value into the register indexed by the RTC Address Register plus initiates a RTCCS#.
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Table 5-33. Miscellaneous Registers
Bit
Description
I/O Ports 170h-177h/376h
Secondary IDE Registers (R/W)
When the local IDE functions are enabled, reads or writes to these registers cause the local IDE interface signals to operate according to
their configuration rather than generating standard ISA bus cycles.
I/O Ports 1F0h-1F7h/3F6h
Primary IDE Registers (R/W)
When the local IDE functions are enabled, reads or writes to these registers cause the local IDE interface signals to operate according to
their configuration rather than generating standard ISA bus cycles.
I/O Port 4D0h
Interrupt Edge/Level Select Register 1 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
7
IRQ7 Edge or Level Select: Selects PIC IRQ7 sensitivity configuration. 0 = Edge; 1 = Level. (Notes 1 and 2)
6
IRQ6 Edge or Level Select: Selects PIC IRQ6 sensitivity configuration. 0 = Edge; 1 = Level. (Notes 1 and 2)
5
IRQ5 Edge or Level Select: Selects PIC IRQ5 sensitivity configuration. 0 = Edge; 1 = Level. (Notes 1 and 2)
4
IRQ4 Edge or Level Select: Selects PIC IRQ4 sensitivity configuration. 0 = Edge; 1 = Level. (Notes 1 and 2)
3
IRQ3 Edge or Level Select: Selects PIC IRQ3 sensitivity configuration. 0 = Edge; 1 = Level. (Notes 1 and 2)
2
Reserved: Set to 0.
1
IRQ1 Edge or Level Select: Selects PIC IRQ1 sensitivity configuration. 0 = Edge; 1 = Level. (Notes 1 and 2)
0
Reserved: Set to 0.
Notes: 1. If ICW1 - bit 3 in the PIC is set as level, it overrides this setting.
2. This bit is provided to configure a PCI interrupt mapped to IRQ[x] on the PIC as level-sensitive (shared).
I/O Port 4D1h
Interrupt Edge/Level Select Register 2 (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
7
IRQ15 Edge or Level Select: Selects PIC IRQ15 sensitivity configuration. 0 = Edge; 1 = Level. (Notes 1 and 2)
6
IRQ14 Edge or Level Select: Selects PIC IRQ14 sensitivity configuration. 0 = Edge; 1 = Level. (Notes 1 and 2)
5
Reserved: Set to 0.
4
IRQ12 Edge or Level Select: Selects PIC IRQ12 sensitivity configuration. 0 = Edge; 1 = Level. (Notes 1 and 2)
3
IRQ11 Edge or Level Select: Selects PIC IRQ11 sensitivity configuration. 0 = Edge; 1 = Level. (Notes 1 and 2)
2
IRQ10 Edge or Level Select: Selects PIC IRQ10 sensitivity configuration. 0 = Edge; 1 = Level. (Notes 1 and 2)
1
IRQ9 Edge or Level Select: Selects PIC IRQ9 sensitivity configuration. 0 = Edge; 1 = Level. (Notes 1 and 2)
0
Reserved: Set to 0.
Notes: 1. If ICW1 - bit 3 in the PIC is set as level, it overrides this setting.
2. This bit is provided to configure a PCI interrupt mapped to IRQ[x] on the PIC as level-sensitive (shared).
I/O Port 121Ch-121Fh (Note)
ACPI Timer Count Register (RO)
Reset Value = 00FFFFFCh
ACPI_COUNT (Read Only): This read-only register provides the current value for the ACPI timer. The timer counts at 14.31818/4 MHz
(3.579545 MHz). If SMI generation is enabled via F0 Index 83h[5], an SMI is generated when the MSB toggles. The MSB toggles every
2.343 seconds.
Top level SMI status is reported at F1BAR+Memory Offset 00h/02h[0].
Second level SMI status is reported is at F0 Index 87h/F7h[0].
31:24
Reserved: Always returns 0.
23:0
Counter
Note: The ACPI Timer Count Register is also accessible through F1BAR+Offset 1Ch.
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V-ACPI I/O Register Space
The register space designated as V-ACPI I/O does not
physically exist in the CS5530A. ACPI is supported in the
CS5530A by virtualizing this register space, called V-ACPI.
In order for ACPI to be supported, the V-ACPI VSA module
must be included in the BIOS. The register descriptions
that follow, are supplied here for reference only.
Fixed Feature Space registers are required to be implemented by all ACPI-compatible hardware. The Fixed Feature registers in the VSA/ACPI solution are mapped to
normal I/O space starting at offset AC00h; however, the
designer can relocate this register space at compile time,
hence are hereafter referred to as ACPI_BASE. Registers
within V-ACPI (Virtualized ACPI) I/O space must only be
accessed on their defined boundaries. For example, byte
aligned registers must not be accessed via WORD I/O
instructions, WORD aligned registers must not be
accessed as DWORD I/O instructions, etc.
The V-ACPI I/O Register Space can be broken up into
major blocks:
• PM Event Block 1A (PM1A_EVT_BLK)
• PM Event Block 1A Control (PM1A_CNT_BLK)
• Processor Register Block (P_BLK)
• Command Block (CMD_BLK)
• Test/Setup Block (TST/SETUP_BLK)
• General Purpose Enable 0 Block (GPE0_BLK)
PM1A_EVT_BLK is 32-bit aligned and contains two 16-bit
registers, PM1A_STS and PM1A _EN.
PM1A_CNT_BLK is 32-bit aligned and contains one 16-bit
register, PM1A_CNT. PM1A_CNT contains the Fixed Feature control bits used for various power management
enables and as communication flags between BIOS and
the ACPI OS.
P_BLK is 32-bit aligned (one register block per processor)
and contains two registers P_CNT and P_LVL2. P_LVL3 is
currently not supported.
— P_CNT (Processor Control) - 16-bit register, Controls
process duty cycle via CPU clock throttling.
DUTY_WIDTH = 3 (can be widened)
DUTY_OFFSET = 0
— P_LVL2 (Enter C2 Power State) - 8-bit, read only
register. When read, causes the processor to enter
C2 power state.
CMD_BLK contains one 8-bit register SMI_CMD which
interprets and processes the ACPI commands (defined in
Fixed ACPI Description Table, refer to ACPI Specification,
Section 5.2.5).
TST/SETUP_BLK is provided by the VSA technology code
and
contains
two
registers,
SETUP_IDX
and
SETUP_DATA for the purpose of configuring the CS5530A.
Specifically, this pair of registers enables system software
to map GPIO pins on the CS5530A to PM1A_STS and
GPE0_STS register bits.
GPE0_BLK has registers used to enable system software
to configure GPIO (General Purpose I/O) pins to generate
SCI interrupts. GPE0_BLK is a 32-bit block aligned on a 4byte boundary. It contains two 16-bit registers, GPE0_STS
and GPE0_EN, each of which must be configured by the
BIOS POST. In order for a GPE0_STS bit to generate an
SCI, the corresponding enable bit in GPE0_EN must be
set.
Table 5-34 gives the bit formats of the V-ACPI I/O registers.
Table 5-34. V-ACPI Registers
Bit
Description
ACPI_BASE 00h-03h
31:5
P_CNT — Processor Control Register (R/W)
4
THT_EN: Enables throttling of the clock based on the CLK_VAL field.
3
Reserved: Always 0.
2:0
Reset Value = 00000000h
Reserved: Always 0.
CLK_VAL: Clock throttling value. CPU duty cycle =
000 = Reserved
001 = 12.5%
ACPI_BASE 04h
010 = 25%
011 = 37.5%
100 = 50%
101 = 62.5%
P_LVL2 — Enter C2 Power State Register (RO)
110 = 75%
111 = 87.5%
Reset Value = 00h
Reading this 8-bit read only register causes the processor to enter the C2 power state. Reads of P_LVL2 return 0. Writes have no effect.
ACPI_BASE 05h
Reserved
Reset Value = 00h
ACPI_BASE 06h
SMI_CMD — OS/BIOS Requests Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Interpret and process the ACPI commands (defined in Fixed ACPI Description Table, refer to ACPI Specification, Section 5.2.5).
0x01 - ACPI_ENABLE
0x02 - ACPI_DISABLE
0x03 - S4BIOS_REQ (optional)
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Bit
Description
ACPI_BASE 07h
ACPI_BASE 08h-09h
15
14:11
Reserved
PM1A_STS — PM1A Status Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00h
Reset Value = 0000h
WAKE_STS: Wake Status - Set when system was in sleep state and an enabled wakeup occurs.
Reserved
10
RTC_STS: Real Time Clock Status - This bit changes to 1 if an RTC alarm causes a wake up event. This bit is only set upon
wakeup from a sleep state and IRQ8 is asserted by the RTC. Refer to Table 5-37.
9
SLPBTN_STS: Sleep Button Status (Optional) - This bit changes to 1 when the sleep button is pressed. If SLPBTN_EN is
set, an SCI interrupt is generated.
This bit must be configured to be set by a GPIO pin using SETUP_IDX values 0x10-0x17 in order to be set. Refer to Table 536.
8
PWRBTN_STS: Power Button Status - This bit is set when power button is pressed. If PWRBTN_EN is set, an SCI interrupt
is asserted.
This bit must be configured to be set by a GPIO pin using SETUP_IDX values 0x10-0x17 in order to be set. Refer to Table 536.
7:6
Reserved
5
GBL_STS: Global Status - The BIOS sets GBL_STS to 1 to release its global lock and return control to the ACPI OS. At the
same time GBL_STS is set, the BIOS generates an SCI.
4
BM_STS: Bus Master Status - This bit is not supported by V-ACPI.
3:1
0
Reserved
TMR_STS: ACPI Timer Status - This bit changes to 1 whenever bit 23 of the ACPI timer (F1BAR+Memory Offset 1Ch or I/O
Port 121Ch) changes state. The ACPI OS is responsible for clearing TMR_STS.
If TMR_EN (ACPI_BASE 0Ah[0] is also set, then a SCI interrupt is asserted.
Note: Status bits are “sticky”. A write of a one (1) to a given bit location will reset the bit.
ACPI_BASE 0Ah-0Bh
15:11
PM1A_EN — PM1A Enable Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
Reserved
10
RTC_EN: Real Time Clock Enable - If set, an SCI is asserted when RTC_STS changes to 1.
9
SLPBTN_EN: Sleep Button Enable (Optional) - If set, an SCI is asserted when SLPBTN_STS changes to 1.
8
7:6
5
4:1
0
PWRBTN_EN: Power Button Enable - If set, an SCI is asserted when PWRBTN_STS changes to 1.
Reserved
GBL_EN: Global Lock Enable - If set, writing a 1 to GBL_STS causes an SCI to be asserted.
Reserved
TMR_EN: ACPI Timer Enable - If set, an SCI is asserted when bit 23 of the ACPI timer (F1BAR+Memory Offset 1Ch or I/O
Port 121Ch) changes state.
ACPI_BASE 0Ch-0Dh
15:14
13
12:10
PM1A_CNT — PM1A Control Register (R/W)
Reserved
SLP_EN (WO): Sleep Enable (Write Only) - Setting this bit causes the system to enter the sleep state defined by
SLP_TYPx. Reads of this bit always return zero.
SLP_TYPx: Sleep Type - Defines the type of sleep state the system enters when SLP_EN (bit 13) is set.
000 = Sleep State S0 (Full on)
001 = Sleep State S1
010 = Sleep State S2
011 = Reserved
9:3
Reset Value = 0000h
100 = Sleep State S4
101 = Sleep State S5 (Soft off)
110 = Reserved
111 = Reserved
Reserved
2
GBL_RLS (WO): Global Lock Release (Write Only) - Used by ACPI OS to raise an event to the BIOS software (SMI). Used
by ACPI driver to indicate a release of the global lock and the setting of the pending bit in the FACS table (refer to ACPI
Specification, Section 5.2.8).
1
BM_RLD: This bit is not supported by V-ACPI.
0
SCI_EN: System Controller Interrupt Enable - Selects whether power management events are SCI or SMI. Set by hardware
based on an ACPI_ENABLE/ACPI_DISABLE written to the SMI_CMD port.
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Bit
Description
ACPI_BASE 0Eh-0Fh
SETUP_IDX — Setup Index Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
SETUP_IDX is a 16-bit register that references an internal setting in the VSA (refer to Table 5-35). A read of SETUP_IDX returns the last
value written to SETUP_IDX. A write of SETUP_IDX selects the index for a corresponding write to SETUP_DATA. Writes of any undefined index values to SETUP_IDX are ignored. If the current value of SETUP_IDX is invalid, a read of SETUP_DATA returns 0.
ACPI_BASE 10h-11h
GPE0_STS — General Purpose Event 0 Status Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
Each bit is set by an external event and cleared by a write of a one to that bit. The GPE0_STS bits are mapped to specific, chipset-resident
GPIO signals using the SETUP_IDX and SETUP_DATA registers. Refer to Tables 5-35 through 5-37.
15
OEM_GPE_S15: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Status Bit 15 - OEM defined.
14
OEM_GPE_S14: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Status Bit 14 - OEM defined.
13
OEM_GPE_S13: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Status Bit 13 - OEM defined.
12
OEM_GPE_S12: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Status Bit 12 - OEM defined.
11
OEM_GPE_S11: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Status Bit 11 - OEM defined.
10
OEM_GPE_S10: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Status Bit 10 - OEM defined.
9
OEM_GPE_S09: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Status Bit 9 - OEM defined.
8
OEM_GPE_S08: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Status Bit 8 - OEM defined.
7
OEM_GPE_S07: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Status Bit 7 - OEM defined.
6
OEM_GPE_S06: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Status Bit 6 - OEM defined.
The recommended mapping for the lid switch input is to use GPIO6. If the recommended mapping is used, this bit (bit 6)
needs to be mapped to GPIO6 at boot time via SETUP_IDX and SETUP_DATA. Similarly, the lid switch input needs to be
routed to GPIO6 in hardware. If this method is selected, this bit is defined as:
LID_STS: Lid Status - Set when lid state changes. If LID_EN (ACPI_BASE 12h[6] is set, a SCI interrupt is asserted. Reset
by writing a 1 to this bit.
5
OEM_GPE_S05: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Status Bit 5 - OEM defined.
4
OEM_GPE_S04: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Status Bit 4 - OEM defined.
3
OEM_GPE_S03: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Status Bit 3 - OEM defined.
2
OEM_GPE_S02: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Status Bit 2 - OEM defined.
1
OEM_GPE_S01: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Status Bit 1 - OEM defined.
0
OEM_GPE_S00: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Status Bit 0 - OEM defined.
ACPI_BASE 12h-13h
226
GPE0_EN — General Purpose Event 0 Enable Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 0000h
15
OEM_GPE_E15: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Enable Bit 15 - When set, enables a SCI to be
generated when the corresponding GPE0_STS bit is set.
14
OEM_GPE_E14: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Enable Bit 14 - When set, enables a SCI to be
generated when the corresponding GPE0_STS bit is set.
13
OEM_GPE_E13: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Enable Bit 13 - When set, enables a SCI to be
generated when the corresponding GPE0_STS bit is set.
12
OEM_GPE_E12: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Enable Bit 12 - When set, enables a SCI to be
generated when the corresponding GPE0_STS bit is set.
11
OEM_GPE_E11: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Enable Bit 11 - When set, enables a SCI to be
generated when the corresponding GPE0_STS bit is set.
10
OEM_GPE_E10: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Enable Bit 10 - When set, enables a SCI to be
generated when the corresponding GPE0_STS bit is set.
9
OEM_GPE_E09: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Enable Bit 9 - When set, enables a SCI to be
generated when the corresponding GPE0_STS bit is set.
8
OEM_GPE_E08: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Enable Bit 8 - When set, enables a SCI to be
generated when the corresponding GPE0_STS bit is set.
7
OEM_GPE_E07: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Enable Bit 7 - When set, enables a SCI to be
generated when the corresponding GPE0_STS bit is set.
6
LID_EN: Lid Enable - Enables LID_STS to generate a SCI when set.
5
OEM_GPE_E05: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Enable Bit 5 - When set, enables a SCI to be
generated when the corresponding GPE0_STS bit is set.
4
OEM_GPE_E04: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Enable Bit 4 - When set, enables a SCI to be
generated when the corresponding GPE0_STS bit is set.
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Bit
Description
3
OEM_GPE_E03: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Enable Bit 3 - When set, enables a SCI to be
generated when the corresponding GPE0_STS bit is set.
2
OEM_GPE_E02: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Enable Bit 2 - When set, enables a SCI to be
generated when the corresponding GPE0_STS bit is set.
1
OEM_GPE_E01: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Enable Bit 1 - When set, enables a SCI to be
generated when the corresponding GPE0_STS bit is set.
0
OEM_GPE_E00: Original Equipment Manufacturer General Purpose Event Enable Bit 0 - When set, enables a SCI to be
generated when the corresponding GPE0_STS bit is set.
ACPI_BASE 14h-17h
SETUP_DATA — Setup Data Register (R/W)
Reset Value = 00000000h
During a read operation, SETUP_DATA returns the value of the internal setting specified by the current value in SETUP_IDX
(ACPI_ABASE 0Eh-0Fh)
ACPI_BASE 18h-1Fh
Reserved
Reset Value = 00h
Reserved for future V-ACPI Implementations.
Table 5-35. SETUP_IDX Values
Index
Operation
0x00
No operation
0x10
Configure GPIO0 to PM1A_STS or GPE0_STS bits
0x11
Configure GPIO1 to PM1A_STS or GPE0_STS bits
0x12
Configure GPIO2 to PM1A_STS or GPE0_STS bits
0x13
Configure GPIO3 to PM1A_STS or GPE0_STS bits
0x14
Configure GPIO4 to PM1A_STS or GPE0_STS bits
0x15
Configure GPIO5 to PM1A_STS or GPE0_STS bits
0x16
Configure GPIO6 to PM1A_STS or GPE0_STS bits
0x17
Configure GPIO7 to PM1A_STS or GPE0_STS bits
0x30
Configure IRQ0 to wakeup system
0x31
Configure IRQ1 to wakeup system
0x32
Do not use – Reserved for cascade interrupt
0x33
Configure IRQ3 to wakeup system
0x34
Configure IRQ4 to wakeup system
0x35
Configure IRQ5 to wakeup system
0x36
Configure IRQ6 to wakeup system
0x37
Configure IRQ7 to wakeup system
0x38
Configure IRQ8 to wakeup system (Defaults to RTC_STS in PM1A_STS)
0x39
Configure IRQ9 to wakeup system.
0x3A
Configure IRQ10 to wakeup system.
0x3B
Configure IRQ11 to wakeup system
0x3C
Configure IRQ12 to wakeup system
0x3D
Do not use – Reserved for math coprocessor
0x3E
Configure IRQ14 to wakeup system
0x3F
Configure IRQ15 to wakeup system
0x40
Generate GBL_STS – Sets the GLB_STS bit and generates a SCI to the OS
0x41
Configure IRQ to be used for SCI
0x42
Enable reads of ACPI registers
0x43
Do atomic I/O sequence
0x50
Video power
0x60
Soft SMI AX = 6000 emulation
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Table 5-35. SETUP_IDX Values (Continued)
Index
Operation
0x61
Soft SMI AX = 6001 emulation
0x62
Soft SMI AX = 6002 emulation
0x63
Soft SMI AX = 6003 emulation
0x64
Audio power control
Table 5-36. GPIO Mapping (0x10-0x17)
SETUP_
DATA
Function
xx Value
0x00
No mapping – Do not use this GPIO pin
0x08
Assign GPIOx to PWRBTN_STS bit in PM1A_STS
0x09
Assign GPIOx to SLPBTN_STS in PM1A_STS
0x10
Assign GPIOx to bit 0 in GPE0_STS register
0x11
Assign GPIOx to bit 1 in GPE0_STS register
0x12
Assign GPIOx to bit 2 in GPE0_STS register
0x13
Assign GPIOx to bit 3 in GPE0_STS register
0x14
Assign GPIOx to bit 4 in GPE0_STS register
0x15
Assign GPIOx to bit 5 in GPE0_STS register
0x16
Assign GPIOx to bit 6 in GPE0_STS register
0x17
Assign GPIOx to bit 7 in GPE0_STS register
0x18
Assign GPIOx to bit 8 in GPE0_STS register
0x19
Assign GPIOx to bit 9 in GPE0_STS register
0x1A
Assign GPIOx to bit 10 in GPE0_STS register
0x1B
Assign GPIOx to bit 11 in GPE0_STS register
0x1C
Assign GPIOx to bit 12 in GPE0_STS register
0x1D
Assign GPIOx to bit 13 in GPE0_STS register
0x1E
Assign GPIOx to bit 14 in GPE0_STS register
0x1F
Assign GPIOx to bit 15 in GPE0_STS register
y Value (y values may be ORed together to get the desired combination of features)
0x01
Falling edge
0x02
Rising edge
0x04
Power button
0x08
Reserved
Note: For GPIO mapping, a value of 0000zyxx is used where:
z = a runtime/wake indicator
y = the edge to be used
xx = a bit in either PM1A_STS or GPE0_STS
When using V-ACPI both edges of GPIO6 can be sensed. When using the CS5530A, GPIO6 provides additional hardware that
enables the chipset to generate an SMI on both the rising and falling edges of the input signal.
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Table 5-37. IRQ Wakeup Status Mapping (0x30-0x3F)
SETUP_
DATA
0
Function
Do not wakeup on IRQ activity.
0x0a
Assign IRQ Wake to bit 10 in PM1A_STS register
0x10
Assign IRQ Wake to bit 0 in GPE0_STS register
0x11
Assign IRQ Wake to bit 1 in GPE0_STS register
0x12
Assign IRQ Wake to bit 2 in GPE0_STS register
0x13
Assign IRQ Wake to bit 3 in GPE0_STS register
0x14
Assign IRQ Wake to bit 4 in GPE0_STS register
0x15
Assign IRQ Wake to bit 5 in GPE0_STS register
0x16
Assign IRQ Wake to bit 6 in GPE0_STS register
0x17
Assign IRQ Wake to bit 7 in GPE0_STS register
0x18
Assign IRQ Wake to bit 8 in GPE0_STS register
0x19
Assign IRQ Wake to bit 9 in GPE0_STS register
0x1A
Assign IRQ Wake to bit 10 in GPE0_STS register
0x1B
Assign IRQ Wake to bit 11 in GPE0_STS register
0x1C
Assign IRQ Wake to bit 12 in GPE0_STS register
0x1D
Assign IRQ Wake to bit 13 in GPE0_STS register
0x1E
Assign IRQ Wake to bit 14 in GPE0_STS register
0x1F
Assign IRQ Wake to bit 15 in GPE0_STS register
Note: When the ability to wakeup on an IRQ is desired use Index 0x31 through 0x3F. This will allow sensing of interrupts while sleeping
and waking of the system when activity occurs. The desired GPE0 Status bit will only be set if the system is sleeping and a wake
event occurs. The system will only wake if the status bit is enabled in the corresponding enable register.
IRQ8 (RTC) is assigned to the RTC_STS bit in the PM1A_STS register by default and should NOT be changed.
For enabling and selection of the GPE0 Status bit to be set when Wake on IRQ Activity is desired, use the SETUP_DATA values
listed above.
Table 5-38. Commands (0x41-0x43, and 0x50)
Index
Function
0x41
Configure IRQ to be used for SCI: When mapping the SCI interrupt SETUP_IDX contains the number of the IRQ to be
used for the SCI. Valid values are 3-7, 9-12, and 14-15. Invalid values will not change the assignment of the SCI IRQ. The
default value for the SCI IRQ is 9.
0x42
Enable Reads of ACPI Registers: Prior to the issuance of this command only WRITES can be performed to the V-ACPI
Fixed feature registers. This command MUST be issued to enable reading of the registers. This is to prevent the User Def 1
hook on NON-ACPI systems from interfering with system functions.
0x43
Do Atomic I/O Sequence: This command allows a sequence of I/O operations to be done with no interruption. Certain
SuperI/O chips must receive unlock codes with NO intervening I/O. In addition other SuperI/O chips do not allow I/O to
devices while in configuration mode. This command will insure that I/O operations are completed without interruption. The
address of a sequence of I/O commands is placed in the SETUP_DATA register. The command sequence will then be processed immediately.
The I/O command sequence consists of two parts: the signature/length block and the I/O block. There is only one signature/
length block. There may be one or more I/O blocks.
The signature block consists of four DWORDs (see Table 5-39).
The I/O block consists of four bytes followed by three DWORDs (see Table 5-40).
0x50
Video Power: This command will control the power to the SoftVGA. If SETUP_DATA is written with a 0, power will be turned
off. If a 1 is written, power will be turned on.
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Table 5-39. Signature/Length Block for 0x43
Byte
Offset
Value
0
Signature: Always 0x00000070
4
Length: The length of the entire buffer including the signature block in bytes.
8
Reserved: Set to 0
12
Reserved: Set to 0
Table 5-40. I/O Block for 0x43
Byte
Offset
0
Description
BYTE: Operation Type.
1 = Read
2 = Write
3 = Read/And/Or/Write
4 = Define index and data ports
In addition, values may be OR’ed in to the upper two bits of this byte to indicate that special functions are desired.
0x80 = Do not perform this operation (convert to NO-OP).
0x40 = This is an index operation.
1
BYTE: Reserved set to 0
2
BYTE: I/O Length - Determines whether a BYTE, WORD or DWORD operation is performed.
1 = BYTE operation
2 = WORD operation
3 = DWORD operation
If BYTE 0 is a 4, then this field is used to indicate the size of the index write.
3
BYTE: Reserved set to 0
4
DWORD: I/O Address - This is the address in the I/O space to be used. It is always a WORD value. If this is a define index/
data port operation, this DWORD contains the I/O address of the index port.
If this is an index operation, other than define, this DWORD contains the value to be written to the index port.
8
DWORD: I/O Data - The meaning depends on the operation type.
Read = This is where the data read from the I/O port will be placed.
Write = This is the data to write to the I/O port.
Read/AND/OR/Write = This is the data that will be ANDed with the data read from the I/O port.
12
DWORD: OR Data - This field is only used in a Read/AND/OR/Write operation. It contains the data that will be OR’ed after
the data read was AND’ed with the previous field. After the OR is done, the data will be re-written to the I/O port.
Define index/data port - This DWORD contains the I/O address of the data port.
Note: In all cases if the data called for is shorter than the field, the data will be stored or retrieved from the least significant portion of the
DWORD.
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Table 5-41. Audio Soft SMI Emulation (0x60-0x63)
Soft SMI AX
SETUP_IDX
SETUP_DATA
0x6000
0x60
BP register value
0x6001
0x61
BP register value
0x6002
0x62
BX register value
0x6003
0x63
BX register value
Note: Arbitrary registers cannot be set in ASL code before issuing a soft SMI. These commands provide an I/O interface to allow
AUDIO Soft SMIs to be emulated.
Table 5-42. Audio Power Control (0x64)
Data
Value
Action
0
Power codec off and mute output
1
Power codec off, do not mute (allows CD to play)
2
Power codec on and un-mute output
3
Power codec on only
Note: This command allows control of power to the audio codec as well as control of amplifier muting.
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6.0Electrical Specifications
This section provides information on electrical connections,
absolute maximum ratings, recommended operating conditions, and DC/AC characteristics for the Geode CS5530A.
All voltage values in the electrical specifications are with
respect to VSS unless otherwise noted.
For detailed information on the PCI bus electrical specification refer to Chapter 4 of the PCI Bus Specification, Revision 2.1.
6.1.2
All inputs not used by the system designer and not listed in
Table 6-1 should be kept at either VSS or VDD. To prevent
possible spurious operation, connect active-high inputs to
ground through a 20-kohm (±10%) pull-down resistor and
active-low inputs to VDD through a 20-kohm (±10%) pull-up
resistor.
6.1.3
6.1
Electrical Connections
6.1.1
Pull-Up Resistors
Table 6-1 lists the pins that are internally connected to a
20-kohm pull-up resistor. When unused, these inputs do
not require connection to an external pull-up resistor.
Table 6-1. Pins with Weak Internal Pull-Up
Signal Name
Type
Pin No.
IOR#
I/O
AE12
IOW#
I/O
AC11
MEMR#
I/O
AE19
MEMW#
I/O
AF20
SBHE#
I/O
AE17
SA[19:0]/
SD[19:0]
I/O
AD10, AE11, AF12, AD11,
AE25, AD24, AD22, AE21,
AF21, AC20, AD19, AF19,
AF4, AF5, AD5, AF6, AC6,
AD9, AE6, AD9
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NC-Designated Pins
Pins designated NC should be left disconnected. Connecting an NC pin to a pull-up resistor, pull-down resistor, or an
active signal could cause unexpected results and possible
circuit malfunctions.
6.1.4
PWR/GND Connections and Decoupling
Testing and operating the CS5530A requires the use of
standard high frequency techniques to reduce parasitic
effects. These effects can be minimized by filtering the DC
power leads with low-inductance decoupling capacitors,
using low-impedance wiring, and by using all of the VDD
and VSS pins.
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6.3
Table 6-2 lists absolute maximum ratings for the CS5530A.
Stresses beyond the listed ratings may cause permanent
damage to the device. Exposure to conditions beyond
these limits may (1) reduce device reliability and (2) result
in premature failure even when there is no immediately
apparent sign of failure. Prolonged exposure to conditions
at or near the absolute maximum ratings may also result in
reduced useful life and reliability These are stress ratings
only and do not imply that operation under any conditions
other than those listed under Table 6-3 is possible.
Operating Conditions
Table 6-3 lists the recommended operating conditions for
the CS5530A.
Table 6-2. Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameter
Operating Case Temperature
Storage Temperature
Min
Max
Units
0
110
°C
Power Applied
–65
150
°C
No Bias
4.0
V
Supply Voltage
Comments
Voltage On Any Pin
–0.5
5.5
V
Input Clamp Current, IIK
–0.5
10
mA
Power Applied
25
mA
Power Applied
Output Clamp Current, IOK
Table 6-3. Operating Conditions
Symbol
Parameter (Note 1)
TC
Operating Case Temperature
VDD
Supply Voltage
1.
234
Min
Max
Units
0
85
°C
3.14
3.46
V
Comments
For video interface specific parameters, refer to Table 6-17 "CRT, TFT/TV and MPEG Display Timing" on page 247.
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DC Characteristics
All DC parameters and current measurements in this section were measured under the operating conditions listed in Table
6-3 on page 234, unless otherwise noted.
Table 6-4. DC Characteristics
Symbol
Parameter
VIL
Low Level Input VoltageNote 1
Min
Max
Units
Comments
8 mA
0.8
V
VDD = 3.14V
CLK
0.8
IDE
0.8
V
VDD = 3.14V
V
VDD = 3.14V, IOL = 8 mA
PCI
VIH
VOL
VOH
ILEAK
-0.5
Typ
0.3VDD
High Level Input Voltage (Note 1)
8 mA
2.0
CLK
2.0
IDE
2.0
PCI
0.5VDD
VDD+0.5
Low Level Output Voltage (Note 1)
8 mA
0.4
DOTCLK
0.4
VDD = 3.14V, IOL = 20 mA
FP_CLK
0.4
VDD = 3.14V, IOL = 12 mA
IDE
0.5
VDD = 3.14V, IOL = 12 mA
PCI
0.1VDD
VDD = 3.14V, IOL = 1.5 mA
USB
0.3
RL = 1.5 KΩ to VDD, VDD = 3.46V
High Level Output Voltage (Note 1)
8 mA
2.4
V
DOTCLK
2.4
VDD = 3.14V, IOH = -20 mA
FP_CLK
2.4
VDD = 3.14V, IOH = -12 mA
IDE
2.4
VDD = 3.14V, IOH = -400 µA
PCI
0.9VDD
VDD = 3.14V, IOH = -0.5 mA
USB
2.8
VDD
VDD = 3.14V, RL = 15 KΩ to VSS
Input Leakage Current Including Hi-Z Output Leakage (Note 1)
8 mA, CLK, DOTCLK,
FP_CLK, IDE, PCI
+/-10
µA
VDD = VDDIO = 3.46V,
VPAD = 0 to 3.46V, Note 2
VDD = VDDIO = 3.46V,
VPAD = 3.46 to 5.5V, Note 2
+/-200
IPU
VDD = 3.14V, IOH = -8 mA
Weak Pull-Up Current (Note 1)
8 mA
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Table 6-4. DC Characteristics (Continued)
Symbol
Parameter
IOH
Output High Current (Note 1)
Max
Units
8 mA
-8
mA
FP_CLK
-12
IDE
-0.5
PCI
IOL
Min
Typ
-0.5
Comments
VDD = VDDIO = VDDmin = 3.14V
VDD = VDDIO = VDDmin= 3.14V
Output Low Current (Note 1)
8 mA
8
FP_CLK
12
IDE
12
mA
VDD = VDDIO = VDDmin = 3.14V
VDD = VDDIO = VDDmin = 3.14V
VDD = VDDIO = VDDmin = 3.14V
PCI
1.5
VH
Hysteresis Voltage 8 mA,
CLK (Note 1)
350
mV
VDI
USB - Differential Input
Sensitivity
0.2
V
|(D+)-(D-)|, within VCM, Note 3
VCM
USB - Differential Common
Mode Range
0.8
2.5
V
Includes VDI range
VSE
USB - Single Ended
Receiver Threshold
0.8
2.0
V
VCRS
USB - Output Signal Crossover Voltage
CIN
Low Speed
1.3
2.0
V
Full Speed
1.3
2.0
V
VDD = 3.14V to 3.46V,
See Figure 6-9 and Figure 6-10
on page 245
5
pF
Note 3
pF
Note 3
Input Capacitance (Note 1)
8 mA
CLK
COUT
1.
2.
3.
236
VT+ – VT-
5
12
IDE
25
PCI
10
Output Capacitance - All
Digital Drivers
7
Pins with this buffer type are listed in Table 3-3 "352 PBGA Pin Assignments - Sorted Alphabetically by Signal Name"
on page 25.
Pins with a pull-up always enabled are denoted in Table 6-1 "Pins with Weak Internal Pull-Up" on page 233. Note that
the leakage specification does not apply to hard-wired pull-ups.
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Definition of System Conditions for Measuring “On” Parameters
The current of the CS5530A is highly dependent on the DCLK (DOT clock). Table 6-5 shows how these factors are controlled when measuring the typical average and absolute maximum CS5530A current parameters. Table 6-6 provides the
CS5530A’s core, DAC, and PLL DC characteristics during various power states.
Table 6-5. System Conditions Used to Determine CS5530A’s Current Used During the “On” State
System Conditions
CPU Current Measurement
Typical Average
Absolute Maximum
1.
2.
3.
4.
VDD (Note 1)
DCLK Frequency (Note 2)
Nominal
50 MHz (Note 3)
Max
135 MHz (Note 4)
See Table 6-3 on page 234 for nominal and maximum voltages.
Not all system designs support display modes that require a DCLK of 157 MHz. Therefore, absolute maximum current
will not be realized in all system designs.
A DCLK frequency of 50 MHz is derived by setting the display mode to 800x600x8 bpp at 75 Hz, using a display image
of vertical stripes (4-pixel wide) alternating between black and white with power management disabled.
A DCLK frequency of 157 MHz is derived by setting the display mode to 1280x1024x8 bpp at 85 Hz, using a display
image of vertical stripes (1-pixel wide) alternating between black and white with power management disabled.
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Table 6-6. DC Characteristics During Power States
Symbol
Parameter
Min
Typ
Max
Units
Comments
255
mA
Note 2 and Note 3
Core (Note 1)
IDD_CORE
Active IDD
145
IDDAI_CORE
Active Idle IDD
85
mA
Note 4
IDDSM_CORE
Suspend Mode IDD
29
mA
Note 5
IDDSS_CORE
Standby IDD
5.7
mA
Note 6
IDD_DAC
Active IDD
60
mA
Note 2 and Note 3
IDDAI_DAC
Active Idle IDD
60
mA
Note 4
IDDSM_DAC
Suspend Mode IDD
0.2
mA
Note 5
IDDSS_DAC
Standby IDD
0.2
mA
Note 6
DAC (Note 1)
85
PLL (Note 1)
IDD_PLL
Active IDD
6
6
mA
IDDAI_PLL
Active Idle IDD
6
mA
Note 4
IDDSM_PLL
Suspend Mode IDD
0.3
mA
Note 5
IDDSS_PLL
Standby IDD
0.2
mA
Note 6
EXTVREFIN
IDD_EXTVREFIN
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
238
Active IDD
75
µA
Outputs unloaded.
Maximum current is measured under the following assumptions:
PCICLK = 33 MHz, USBCLK = 48 MHz, DCLK = 157 MHz, and VID_CLK = 133 MHz.
Typical current is measured under the following assumptions:
PCICLK = 33 MHz, USBCLK = 48 MHz, DCLK = 50 MHz, and VID_CLK = 0 MHz.
Active Idle current is measured under the following assumptions with SUSPA# asserted:
PCICLK = 33 MHz, USBCLK = 48 MHz, DCLK = 50 MHz, and VID_CLK = 0 MHz.
Suspend current is measured under the following assumptions with SUSPA# asserted:
PCICLK = 33 MHz, USBCLK = 48 MHz, DCLK = 0 MHz, and VID_CLK = 0 MHz.
Standby current is measured under the following assumptions with SUSPA# and SUSP_3V (stop clock signal) asserted:
PCICLK = 0 MHz, USBCLK = 0 MHz, DCLK = 0 MHz, and VID_CLK = 0 MHz.
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AC Characteristics
The following tables list the AC characteristics including
output delays, input setup requirements, input hold requirements and output float delays. The rising-clock-edge reference level, VREF, and other reference levels are shown in
Table 6-7. Input or output signals must cross these levels
during testing.
Table 6-7. Drive Level and Measurement Points
for AC Characteristics
Symbol
Voltage (V)
VREF
1.5
VDD
3.14
VSS
0
Input setup and hold times are specified minimums that
define the smallest acceptable sampling window for which
a synchronous input signal must be stable for correct operation.
Table 6-8. AC Characteristics
Symbol
Parameter
tSU
Input Setup Time to PCICLK
7
ns
tH
Input Hold Time to PCICLK
0
ns
tLH
Low to High Propagation Delay (Referenced to PCICLK, Note 2)
PCI
Min
2
PCI
tRISE/FALL
2
Unit
11
Comments (Note 1)
See Figures 6-1 and 6-2 on
page 240
ns
See Figure 6-2 on page 240 and
Figure 6-3 on page 241 (also
known as tVAL)
11
ns
See Figure 6-2 on page 240 and
Figure 6-4 on page 241 (also
known as tVAL)
1.25
V/ns
Rising/Falling Edge Rate
IDE
3.
Max
High to Low Propagation Delay (Referenced to PCICLK, Note 2)
tHL
1.
2.
Typ
See Figures 6-1 and 6-2 on
page 240, Note 3
All tests, unless otherwise specified, are at VDD = 3.14V to 3.46V, TC = 0°C to 85°C, and CL = 50 pF.
Pins with this buffer type are listed in Table 3-3 "352 PBGA Pin Assignments - Sorted Alphabetically by Signal Name"
on page 25.
Not 100% tested.
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90%
10%
10%
tFALL
tRISE
CLK
VDD
VREF = 50% VDD
VSS
tLH/tHL Max
tLH/tHL Min
OUTPUTS
Valid Output n+1
Valid Output n
tSU Min
INPUTS
VDD
VREF = 50% VDD
tH Min
Valid Input
VSS
VREF = 50% VDD
Legend:
tLH/tHL Max = Maximum Output Delay Specification
tLH/tHL Min = Minimum Output Delay Specification
tSU Min = Minimum Input Setup Specification
tH Min = Minimum Input Hold Specification
Note: See Table 6-7 "Drive Level and Measurement Points for AC Characteristics" on page 239 for VDD, VSS, and VREF values.
Figure 6-1. Test Measurements for AC Characteristics
pin
Driver
CL
VSS
Figure 6-2. Test Circuit for AC Characteristics
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1/2 in. Max.
PCI
Driver
pin
25 Ω
10pF
VSS
Figure 6-3. PCI Rising Edge (tLH) Test Circuit
1/2 in. Max.
PCI
Driver
pin
VDD
10pF 25 Ω
VSS
Figure 6-4. PCI Falling Edge (tHL) Test Circuit
1/2 in. Max.
PCI
Driver
pin
VDD
10pF 1 KΩ
1 KΩ
VSS
Figure 6-5. PCI Slew Rate Test Circuit
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Table 6-9. Clock and Reset Specifications
Symbol
Parameter
Min
Max
Duty
Cycle
Unit
Comments (Note 1)
25
157.5
40/60
MHz
Note 2
50/50
kHz
Note 3
Output Signals
--
DCLK Frequency
--
CLK_32K Frequency
--
ISACLK Frequency
32.768
8.33333
MHz
Input Signals
--
CLK_14MHZ Frequency
--
USBCLK Frequency
--
TVCLK Frequency
27
MHz
--
VID_CLK Frequency
135
MHz
tCYC
PCICLK Cycle Time
30
ns
tHIGH
PCICLK High Time
11
ns
tLOW
PCICLK Low Time
11
ns
--
PCICLK Slew Rate
1
4
V/ns
--
PCI_RST# Slew Rate
50
--
mV/ns
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
14.31818
45/55
48
MHz
MHz
Note 4
See Figure 6-1 on page 240
and Figure 6-5 on page 241
(known as slewr/slewf), Note 5,
and Note 6
Rising edge only (deassertion), Note 6
All tests, unless otherwise specified, are at VDD = 3.14V to 3.46V, TC = 0°C to 85°C, and CL = 50 pF.
Worst case duty cycle. Duty cycle is a function of PLL post divider. DCLK is programmable to standard video frequencies. Typical jitter < 650 ps peak-to-peak. CLK_14MHZ input jitter < 500 ps peak-to-peak.
CLK_32K jitter = period of CLK_14MHZ. CLK_32K output frequency = CLK_14MHZ/436.95621.
Frequency of operation is from DC to 33 MHz but at a single fixed frequency. Operation below 20 MHz is guaranteed
by design.
Rise and fall times are specified in terms of the edge rate measured in V/ns. This slew rate must be met across the
minimum peak-to-peak portion of the clock waveform as shown in Figure 6-6.
Not 100% tested.
tCYC
tHIGH
0.6 VDD
tLOW
0.5 VDD
0.4 VDD
0.4 VDD, peak-to-peak
(minimum)
0.3 VDD
0.2 VDD
Figure 6-6. 3.3V PCICLK Waveform
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Table 6-10. DCLK PLL Specifications
Symbol
Parameter
fDCLK
DCLK Clock Operating Frequency
fREF
Input Reference Frequency
tRISE/FALL
Output Clock Rise/Fall Time
--
Jitter, Peak-to-Peak
DC
Duty Cycle
1.
Min
Typ
25
Max
Units
Comments (Note 1)
157.5
MHz
Also known as CRT
clock
14.318
MHz
2
ns
-300
300
ps
40/60
60/40
%
@ 25 MHz
All tests, unless otherwise specified, are at VDD = 3.14V to 3.46V, TC = 0°C to 85°C, and CL = 50 pF.
Table 6-11. CPU Interface Timing
Symbol
Parameter
Min
Max
Units
tSMI
Rising PCICLK to SMI#
3
16
ns
tSUSP#
Rising PCICLK to SUSP#
6
9
ns
tSUSPASetup
SUSPA# Setup to Rising PCICLK
0
ns
tSUSPAHold
SUSPA# Hold from Rising PCICLK
3
ns
--
IRQ13 Input
Asynchronous input for IRQ decode.
--
INTR Output
Asynchronous output from IRQ decode.
--
SMI# Output
Asynchronous output from SMI decode.
1.
Comments (Note 1)
All tests, unless otherwise specified, are at VDD = 3.14V to 3.46V, TC = 0°C to 85°C, and CL = 50 pF.
PCICLK
tSMI
SMI#
tSUSP
SUSP#
tSUSPAhold
tSUSPAsetup
Valid Input
SUSPA#
Figure 6-7. CPU Interface Timing
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Table 6-12. Audio Interface Timing
Symbol
Parameter
tBITCLK
Max
Units
Rising BIT_CLK to SYNC
15
ns
tSDAT
Rising BIT_CLK to SDATA_OUT
15
ns
tSDATsetup
SDATA_IN setup to falling BIT_CLK
10
ns
tSDAThold
SDATA_IN hold from falling BIT_CLK
10
ns
1.
Min
Comments (Note 1)
All tests, unless otherwise specified, are at VDD = 3.14V to 3.46V, TC = 0°C to 85°C, and CL = 50 pF.
BIT_CLK
tBITCLK
SYNC
tSDAT
tSDAThold
SDATA_OUT
tSDATsetup
Valid Input
SDATA_IN
Figure 6-8. Audio Interface Timing
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Table 6-13. USB Timing
Symbol
Parameter
Min
Max
Unit
Comments (Note 1)
Full Speed Mode
tR
Rise Time
4
20
ns
tF
Fall Time
4
20
ns
Low Speed Mode
Rise Time
tR
75
ns
CL = 350 pF
300
tF
Fall Time
75
ns
300
1.
CL = 350 pF
All tests, unless otherwise specified, are at VDD = 3.14V to 3.46V, TC = 0°C to 85°C, and CL = 50 pF.
Differential Buffer
Differential Data Lines
VCRS
90%
Rs
90%
10%
10%
tR
TxD+
USB
Driver
tF
CL
Figure 6-9. USB Timing
VSS
Rs
TxD-
USB
Driver
CL
VSS
Figure 6-10. USB Test Circuit
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Display Characteristics
The following tables and figures describe the characteristics of the CRT, TFT/TV and MPEG Display interfaces. It is
divided into the following categories:
• CRT Display Recommended Operating Conditions
• Display Miscellaneous Characteristics
• CRT, TFT/TV and MPEG Display Timing
Additionally, Figure 6-13 on page 249 is provided showing
a typical video connection diagram.
• CRT Display Analog (DAC) Characteristics
Table 6-14. CRT Display Recommended Operating Conditions
Symbol
Parameter
Min
Typ
Max
Units
AVDD
Power Supply connected to
AVDD1, AVDD2 and AVDD3
3.14
3.3
3.46
V
RL
Output Load on each of the pins
IOUTR, IOUTG and IOUTB
IOUT
Output Current on each of the
pins IOUTR, IOUTG and IOUTB
RSET
Value of the full-scale adjust
resistor connected to IREF
VEXTREF
External voltage reference connected to the EXTVREFIN pin
37.5
Ohms
21
Comments
R1, R2, and R3 as shown in
Figure 6-13 on page 249
mA
680
Ohms
1.235
V
This resistor should have a
1% tolerance.
Table 6-15. CRT Display Analog (DAC) Characteristics
Symbol
Parameter
VOM
Max
Units
Output Voltage
0.735
V
VOC
Output Current
20
mA
INL
Integral Linearity Error
+/-1
LSB
DNL
Differential Linearity Error
+/-1
LSB
tFS
Full Scale Settling Time
2.5
ns
--
DAC-to-DAC matching
5
%
--
Power Supply Rejection
0.7
%
@ 1 KHz
tRISE
Output Rise Time
3.8
ns
Note 2 and Note 3
tFALL
Output Fall Time
3.8
ns
Note 2 and Note 4
1.
2.
3.
4.
246
Min
Typ
Comments (Note 1)
All tests, unless otherwise specified, are at VDD = 3.14V to 3.46V, TC = 0°C to 85°C, and CL = 50 pF.
Timing measurements are made with a 75 ohm doubly-terminated load, with VEXTREF = 1.235V and
RSET = 680 ohms.
10% to 90% of full-scale transition.
Full-scale transition: time from output minimum to maximum, not including clock and data feedthrough.
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Table 6-16. Display Miscellaneous Characteristics
Symbol
Parameter
White Level Relative to Black
IAVDD
Min
Typ
Max
Units
16.74
17.62
18.50
mA
AVDD Supply Current
60
mA
Comments
(Static)
Table 6-17. CRT, TFT/TV and MPEG Display Timing
Symbol
Parameter
Min
Typ
Max
Units
Display Setup to Rising PCLK:
2.2
ns
1.0
ns
Comments
(Note 1)
Setup/Hold Time
tDisplaySetup
VSYNC, HSYNC, ENA_DISP,
FP_VSYNC, FP_HSYNC, PIXEL[23:0]
tDisplayHold
Display Hold from Rising PCLK:
See Figure 6-1 on
page 240.
VSYNC, HSYNC, ENA_DISP,
FP_VSYNC, FP_HSYNC, PIXEL[23:0]
tVID_VALSetup
VID_VAL Setup to Rising VID_CLK
3.0
ns
See Figure 6-1 on
page 240.
tVID_VALHold
VID_VAL Hold from Rising VID_CLK
0.8
ns
tVID_DATASetup
VID_DATA Setup to Rising VID_CLK
3.0
ns
tVID_DATAHold
VID_DATA Hold from Rising VID_CLK
0.8
ns
VID_CLK Minimum Clock Period
7.4
ns
FPOUTMinDelay,
FPOUTMaxDelay
TFT/TV Output Delays from FP_CLK:
0.5
4.5
ns
Note 3
VID_RDYMinDelayE,
VID_RDYMaxDelayE
VID_RDY Delay from Falling VID_CLK
(early mode)
3.0
10.5
ns
Note 4
VID_RDYMinDelayN,
VID_RDYMaxDelayN
VID_RDY delay from rising VID_CLK
(normal mode)
3.0
9.5
ns
See Figure 6-1 on
page 240, Note 2
Clock Specification
tVID_CLKMin
Delay Time
1.
2.
3.
4.
FP_DATA[17:0], FP_HSYNC_OUT,
FP_VSYNC_OUT,
FP_DISP_ENA_OUT, FP_ENA_VDD,
FP_ENA_BKL, FP_CLK_EVEN
All tests, unless otherwise specified, are at VDD = 3.14V to 3.46V, TC = 0°C to 85°C, and CL = 50 pF.
Also applies to PIXEL[23:16] when in 16-bit video mode.
All flat panel applications use the falling edge of FP_CLK to latch their data.
The mode for VID_RDY (early or normal) is set with bit 25 of the Video Configuration Register (F4BAR+Memory Offset
00h[25]).
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FP_CLK
FPOUTMaxDelay
FPOUTMinDelay
TFT/TV Outputs
Figure 6-11. Display TFT/TV Outputs Delays
VID_CLK
VID_RDYMaxDelayE
VID_RDYMinDelayE
VID_RDY (Early)
VID_RDYMaxDelayN
VID_RDYMinDelayN
VID_RDY (Normal)
Figure 6-12. MPEG Timing
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VDD
VDD
AVDD
L4
L5
C7
EXTVREFIN
C8
VEXTREF
IREF
RSET
AVSS
IOUTR
R1
C1
R2
C2
R3
C3
L1
C4
AVSS
IOUTG
L2
To RGB
Video Connector
C5
AVSS
IOUTB
L3
C6
One-point
ground
AVSS
Legend
Part Designator
Value
R1-R3
RSET
C1-C6
C7
C8
L1-L3 (Optional)
L4-L5 (Optional)
75 Ohms, 1%
732 Ohms, 1%
33 pF
0.1 µF, Ceramic
2.2 µF, Electrolytic
120 Ohm Ferrite Bead
600 Ohm Ferrite Bead
Figure 6-13. Typical Video Connection Diagram
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7.0Test Mode Information
The CS5530A provides two test modes:
1)
The NAND tree test mode for board-level automatic
test equipment (ATE).
2)
The I/O test mode for system design testing.
7.1
NAND Tree Test Mode
The NAND tree mode is used to test input and bidirectional
pins which will be part of the NAND tree chain. Table 7-1
shows how to set the device for the NAND tree test.
The output of the NAND tree is multiplexed on the SUSP#
output (pin K26). After a POR# (pin K24) pulse, all inputs in
Table 7-2 on page 252 are initialized to a “1” and then are
successively pulled and held to a “0” starting with
SUSP_3V (the first input pin in the tree). The output wave-
form on SUSP# will toggle on each input change as shown
in Figure 7-1.
POR# is included as an input during the NAND Tree test,
after being used to trigger the test first. IRQ7 (pin AD14)
and TEST (pin D3) must be held high throughout the test.
Table 7-1. NAND Tree Test Selection
Signal Name
Pin No.
Setting
POR#
K24
0 -> 1
TEST
D3
1
IRQ7
AD14
1
Initial Conditions: TEST = 1, IRQ7 = 1, POR# = (first 0, then 1), all inputs ‘1’
SUSP_3V
SUSPA#
NAND Tree Inputs
PSERIAL
CLK_14MHZ
.
.
.
NAND Tree Output
SUSP# (out)
The following pins are not in the NAND tree: AEN, BALE, CPU_RST, DACK[3:0]#, DACK[7:5]#, DCLK, DDC_SCL, D+_PORT1, D–
_PORT1, D+_PORT2, D–_PORT2, EXTVREFIN, FP_CLK, FP_CLK_EVEN, FP_DISP_ENA_OUT, FP_ENA_BKL, FP_ENA_VDD,
FP_HSYNC_OUT, FP_VSYNC_OUT, GPCS#, GPORT_CS#, HSYNC_OUT, IDE_ADDR[2:0], IDE_CS[1:0]#, IDE_DACK[1:0]#,
IDE_IOR[1:0]#, IDE_IOW[1:0]#, IDE_RST#, IOUTB, IOUTG, IOUTR, IREF, IRQ7, ISACLK, KBROMCS#, PC_BEEP, PCI_RST#,
PLLTEST, SA_LATCH, SDATA_OUT, SMEMR#/RTCALE, SMEMW#/RTCCS#, SUSP#, SYNC, TEST, VID_RDY, VSYNC_OUT, all
NCs, and all analog/digital supplies.
Figure 7-1. Example: NAND Tree Output Waveform
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Table 7-2. NAND Tree Test Mode Pins
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
SUSP_3V
L24
IRQ12
AF17
FP_DATA17
F3
AD7
A16
SUSPA#
L25
IRQ10
AE16
FP_DATA10
E2
AD4
C17
B17
Pin No.
PSERIAL
L26
IOCS16#
AF16
FP_DATA11
D1
AD6
CLK_14MHZ
P24
MEMCS16#
AC15
FP_VSYNC
C1
AD9
A17
SMI#
P25
IRQ4
AE15
FP_HSYNC
C2
AD8
D18
INTR
P26
TC
AF15
ENA_DISP
B1
C/BE0#
B18
IRQ13
R23
IRQ3
AC14
TVCLK
B2
AD12
A18
IDE_DATA7
U23
IRQ8#
AE14
PIXEL0
A1
AD11
B19
IDE_DATA6
U24
IRQ6
AF14
PIXEL3
C4
AD10
A19
IDE_DATA8
V24
DRQ3
AD13
PIXEL6
D5
AD15
A20
IDE_DATA10
V25
IRQ5
AE13
PIXEL4
B3
AD14
B20
IDE_DATA5
W26
IRQ1
AF13
PIXEL1
A2
AD13
C20
IDE_DATA9
Y25
DRQ1
AD12
PIXEL2
A3
PAR
A21
IDE_DATA11
Y24
IOR#
AE12
PIXEL11
C5
C/BE1#
B21
IDE_DATA4
AA26
SA17
AF12
PIXEL9
D6
SERR#
A22
IDE_DATA12
AA25
IOW#
AC11
PIXEL5
B4
PERR#
B22
IDE_DATA3
AB26
SA16
AD11
PIXEL7
A4
LOCK#
C22
A23
IDE_DATA1
AA24
SA18
AE11
HSYNC
C6
DEVSEL#
IDE_DATA13
AB25
IOCHRDY
AF11
VSYNC
B5
TRDY#
B23
IDE_DATA2
AB24
SA19
AD10
PIXEL13
D7
FRAME#
C23
IDE_DATA0
AC26
DRQ2
AE10
PIXEL14
C7
C/BE2#
A24
IDE_DATA14
AC25
ZEROWS#
AF10
PIXEL10
A5
IRDY#
B24
IDE_DATA15
AB23
SA2/SD2
AD9
PIXEL8
B6
AD17
A25
IDE_DREQ1
AC24
SA0/SD0
AE9
VID_CLK
A6
AD18
B25
IDE_DREQ0
AD26
SA4/SD4
AF6
PIXEL17
C8
AD16
A26
IDE_IORDY0
AD25
SA1/SD1
AE6
VID_VAL
B7
GNT#
D24
IDE_IORDY1
AE26
SA6/SD6
AF5
PIXEL12
A7
AD21
C25
SA14/SD14
AD24
SA3/SD3
AC6
PIXEL15
B8
AD19
B26
SA15/SD15
AE25
IRQ9
AE5
PIXEL20
D9
AD22
C26
GPIO0
AC22
SA5/SD5
AD5
PIXEL21
C9
AD20
E24
GPIO1
AE24
SA7/SD7
AF4
PIXEL16
A8
AD26
D25
GPIO2
AF25
CLK_32K
AE3
PIXEL18
B9
C/BE3#
D26
GPIO3
AF24
OVER_CUR#
W3
PIXEL19
A9
AD23
E25
GPIO4
AD22
POWER_EN
V4
PIXEL23
C10
AD25
G24
GPIO5
AC21
USBCLK
W1
VID_DATA4
D11
STOP#
E26
GPIO6
AE23
BIT_CLK
V2
VID_DATA3
C11
AD24
F25
GPIO7
AF23
SDATA_IN
U4
PIXEL22
B11
AD27
F26
SA13/SD13
AE22
DDC_SDA
M4
VID_DATA0
A11
AD28
G25
SA10/SD10
AC20
FP_DATA12
L1
VID_DATA7
C12
AD29
G26
DRQ7
AF22
FP_DATA0
K3
VID_DATA6
B12
AD31
H25
SA12/SD12
AE21
FP_DATA13
K2
VID_DATA5
A12
AD30
J24
SA11/SD11
AF21
FP_DATA14
K1
VID_DATA1
C13
HOLD_REQ#
H26
SA9/SD9
AD19
FP_DATA2
J3
VID_DATA2
B13
REQ#
J25
DRQ6
AE20
FP_DATA1
J2
PCLK
A13
PCICLK
J26
MEMW#
AF20
FP_DATA3
J1
AD1
D14
POR#
K24
MEMR#
AE19
FP_DATA15
H2
INTD#
B14
DRQ5
AD18
FP_DATA16
H3
INTA#
A14
SA8/SD8
AF19
FP_DATA4
H1
INTB#
D15
DRQ0
AE18
FP_DATA8
G1
INTC#
C15
IRQ11
AF18
FP_DATA5
G2
AD3
B15
IRQ14
AC17
FP_DATA7
G3
AD0
A15
IRQ15
AD17
FP_DATA6
G4
AD2
C16
SBHE#
AE17
FP_DATA9
F1
AD5
B16
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I/O Test
This test affects all output and bidirectional pins. To trigger
the I/O test, set the TEST and IRQ[3:7] pins according to
Table 7-3, while holding POR# low. The test begins when
POR# is brought high. Starting with the next rising edge of
PCICLK, the states listed in Table 7-4 are entered by all
digital output and I/O pins on successive PCICLK pulses:
The following pins are INCLUDED in this test:
Signal Name
Pin No.
Setting
POR#
K24
X
TEST
D3
1
IRQ3
AC14
0
IRQ4
AE15
1
• AD[31:0], AEN, BALE, C/BE[3:0]#, CLK_32K,
CPU_RST, DACK[7:5,3:0], DDC_SCL, DDC_SDA,
DEVSEL#, FP_CLK, FP_CLK_EVEN, FP_DATA[17:0],
FP_DISP_ENA_OUT, FP_ENA_BKL, FP_ENA_VDD,
FP_HSYNC_OUT, FP_VSYNC_OUT, FRAME#,
GPCS#, GPIO[7:0], GPORT_CS#, HOLD_REQ#,
HSYNC_OUT, IDE_ADDR[2:0], IDE_CS[1:0]#,
IDE_DACK[1:0]#, IDE_DATA[15:0], IDE_IOR[1:0]#,
IDE_IOW[1:0]#, IDE_RST#, INTR, IOCHRDY, IOR#,
IOW#, IRDY#, ISACLK, KBROMCS#, LOCK#,
MEMCS16#, MEMR#, MEMW#, PAR, PCI_RST#,
PC_BEEP, PERR#, POWER_EN, REQ#, SA/SD[15:0],
SA[19:16], SA_LATCH, SBHE#, SDATA_OUT, SERR#,
SMEMR#, SMEMW#, SMI#, STOP#, SUSP#,
SUSP_3V, SYNC, TC, TRDY#, VID_RDY, VSYNC_OUT
IRQ5
AE13
1
Note:
IRQ6
AF14
0
IRQ7
AD14
1
Table 7-3. I/O Test Selection
The SA/SD and SA bus, IOR#, IOW#, MEMR#,
MEMW# and SBHE# pins never actually float,
because they have internal weak pull-up devices
that remain active.
The following pins are EXCLUDED from this test:
Table 7-4. I/O Test Sequence
Clock #
Output Pin States
Before 1
Undefined
1
Floating
2
High
3
Low
4
Floating
5
Low
6
High
7
Floating
8 and beyond
Undefined
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• Input-only pins: BIT_CLK, CLK_14MHZ, DRQ[7:5,3:0],
ENA_DISP, FP_HSYNC, FP_VSYNC, GNT#, HSYNC,
IDE_DREQ[1:0], IDE_IORDY[1:0], INTA#, INTB#,
INTC#, INTD#, IOCS16#, IRQ1, IRQ[7:3], IRQ8#,
IRQ[15:9], OVER_CUR#, PCICLK, PCLK, PIXEL[23:0],
POR#, PSERIAL, SDATA_IN, SUSPA#, TEST, TVCLK,
USBCLK, VID_CLK, VID_DATA[7:0], VID_VAL, VSYNC,
ZEROWS#.
• USB pins: D+_PORT1, D–_PORT1, D+_PORT2,
D–_PORT2, AVDD_USB, AVSS_USB.
• Time-critical output: DCLK.
• Analog pins (including supplies): EXTVREFIN, IOUTB,
IOUTG, IOUTR, IREF, PLLAGD, PLLDGN, PLLDVD,
PLLTEST, AVDDx, AVSSx.
• Digital supply pins (VDD, VSS) and No Connects (NC).
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The physical dimensions for the 352 PBGA (Plastic Ball Grid Array) package are provided in Figure 8-1.
Figure 8-1. 352 PBGA Mechanical Package Outline
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Appendix A: Support Documentation
Revision 1.1
Appendix ASupport Documentation
A.1
Revision History
This document is a report of the revision/creation process of the architectural specification for the CS5530A companion
device. Any revisions (i.e., additions, deletions, parameter corrections, etc.) are recorded in the table(s) below.
Table A-1. Revision History
Revision #
(PDF Date)
Revisions / Comments
0.1 (4/2/00)
Completed formatting first-pass of spec. Current spec is updated version of CS5530 data book with
additional inputs from engineering. Differences between this spec’s revision and the CS5530 data
book are denoted with a change bar in the margin. Still need to proof-read for “ripple effects” made by
engineering changes for next rev.
0.2 (6/16/00)
Corrections from Issues 1.3.
0.3 (6/27/00)
Further corrections from Issues 1.3. Partly indexed.
0.4 (7/5/00)
Corrections from Issues 1.3 and 1.5. Some issues remain to be resolved. Index markers inserted
through AT chapter.
0.5 (7/19/00)
TME/Tech Pubs edits. See document revision 0.5 for revision history.
0.6 (8/7/00)
TME/Tech Pubs edits. See document revision 0.6 for revision history details.
0.7(9/18/00)
TME/Tech Pubs/Engr edits. See document revision 0.7 for revision history details.
Note:
1.0 (11/10/00)
TME/Tech Pubs/Engr edits. See document revision 1.0 for revision history details.
Note:
1.1 (5/1/01)
Next revision to include section on “recommended soldering parameters” in Section 8.0
"Physical Dimensions".
Will create separate applications note on “recommended soldering parameters” as opposed
to adding as subsection in data book.
TME/Engr edits. See Table A-2 for details.
Note:
Will not create separate applications note on “recommended soldering parameters”. Applications is fulfilling any customer inquiries with a document supplied by the Quality Group.
Table A-2. Edits to Create Revision 1.1
Section
Description
Section 3.0 "Signal Definitions"
Section 3.2.2 "Clock
Interface"
• Changed last sentence of DCLK signal description on page 29.
Did say: “However, system constraints limit DCLK to 150 MHz when DCLK is used as the
graphics subsystem clock.”
Now says: “However, when DCLK is used as the graphics subsystem clock, the Geode
processor determines the maximum DCLK frequency.”
Section 3.2.11 "Display Interface"
• Changed resistor value in IREF signal description (from 732 ohm to 680 ohm) on page 41.
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Table A-2. Edits to Create Revision 1.1 (Continued)
Section
Description
Section 4.8 "Display Subsystem Extensions"
Section 4.8.3 "Video
Overlay"
• Added sentence to last paragraph on page 137:
— “However, system maximum resolution is not determined by the CS5530A since it is not
the source of the graphics data and timings.”
• Section 4.8.5.3 "Flat Panel Support" on page 139
— Added subsection titled “Flat Panel Power-Up/Down Sequence“.
Section 6.0 "Electrical Specifications"
Section 6.5 "AC Characteristics"
• Table 6-8 "AC Characteristics" on page 239:
— Removed 8 mA, DOTCLK, and FP_CLK tLH and tHL parameters.
• Table 6-10 "DCLK PLL Specifications" on page 243:
— Removed Jitter, Sigma One parameter from table (completely).
• Table 6-11 "CPU Interface Timing" on page 243:
— Changed tSMI max value from 9 ns to 16 ns.
— Changed tSUSPAHold min value from 1 ns to 3 ns.
• Table 6-15 "CRT Display Analog (DAC) Characteristics" on page 246:
— Added VOM max value of 0.735V.
— Added VOC max value of 20 mA.
— Added tFS max value of 2.5 ns.
— Removed COUT parameter from table (completely).
— Changed tRISE max value from 3 to 3.8 ns.
— Added tFALL max value of 3.8 ns.
— Changed RSET value in Note 2 from 732 ohms to 680 ohms.
• Table 6-17 "CRT, TFT/TV and MPEG Display Timing" on page 247:
— Changed tDisplaySetup min value from 2.5 ns to 2.2 ns.
— Changed tVID_VALSetup min value from 3.75 ns to 3.0 ns.
— Changed tVID_VALHold min value from 0 ns to 0.8 ns.
— Changed tVID_DATASetup min value from 3.75 ns to 3.0 ns.
— Changed tVID_DATAHold min value from 0 ns to 0.8 ns.
— Changed tVID_CLKMin parameter description from “VID_CLK Minimum Pulse Width” to
“VID_CLK Minimum Clock Period”.
— Changed FPOUTMinDelay, FPOUTMaxDelay min value from 0.1 ns to 0.5 and max value
from 5.2 ns to 4.5 ns.
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