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Intel® System Controller Hub Large Form Factor: AddendumIntroductionThe Intel® System Controller Hub (Intel® SCH) chipset was designed to be used in conjunction with the Intel® Atom™ Z5xx series processor. The chipset combines functionality normally found in separate graphics and memory controller hub (GMCH)—integrated graphics, processor interface, memory controller—and I/O controller hub (ICH)—on-board and end-user I/O expansion—components into a single component consuming less than 2.3 W of thermal design power. The Intel® SCH provides functionality necessary for traditional operating systems—such as Microsoft Windows XP*, Windows XPe*, Win CE* or Linux*—as well as functionality normally associated with handheld devices—such as SDIO/MMC and USB client. Section 1.3 provides an overview of the major features of the Intel® SCH.This document is the datasheet addendum for the Intel® SCH for SKUs US15WP and US15WPT. These SKUs provide the same functionality found in the smaller package Intel® SCH, but with a larger package that is easier to deal with. The “P” extension to the part number denotes that the part has a larger package than its small form factor counterpart, and the “T” extension to the part number denotes that the part supports the Industrial Temperature range. These larger package Intel® SCH SKUs were designed to be used in conjunction with the Intel® Atom™ Z5xxPx series processors. This addendum and datasheet contain signal description, system memory map, register descriptions, a description of the Intel® SCH interfaces and major functional units, electrical characteristics, ballout definitions, and package characteristics.Read the full Intel® System Controller Hub Large Form Factor Datasheet Addendum.
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