Thanks evasive, but I already have the CPU jumper settings.
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The other jumpers are what bother me. Especially the 3-pin jumper marked "JD" under the corner of the SDRAM slot.
Compared to the "Lucky Star 5v-2" (after a closer look) there are still significant differences regarding the jumpers. Especially the missing "JD" jumper on the 5V-2... (not that the 5V-2 manual is anywhere to be found)
But in the manual for the Lucky Star 5VPX2 ( http://www.elhvb.com/mboards/luckystar/manual … 5VPX2/5vpx2.pdf ) there can be seen a "JD1" 8-pin jumper, also placed under the same corner of the SDRAM slot.. that the manual confirms my hunch, by describing it as: "JD1 - DIMM Voltage Selector". And it switches btwn: 5V DIMM and 3.3V DIMM.
So i dunno if they actually mean that both voltages are only for the DIMM, while the SIMM always remains at 5V... or what.. But i would really like to not fry my RAM, seeing as i'm gonna switch quite often btwn SIMM and DIMM modules, on this board.. 😒 But in any case, this is an 8-pin , and mine is a 3-pin .. so the schematic is not really useful.