The HIP6521EVAL1 evaluates the HIP6521 PWM and triple linear power controller. This evaluation board embodies a 4-output regulator solution targeted at supplying power to the system memory (2.5V), system clock (2.5V), ICH/MCH chip set core (1.8V), and the 4X AGP video (1.5V), with provisions for ACPI power management implementation.
The HIP6521 was created to complement a multiphase buck controller in creating a complete power solution for the typical Pentium 4 system. Athlon-class processor based systems (AMD) may also benefit from the HIP6521.
- Provides 4 regulated voltages
- ACPI compatible
- Simple single-loop control design
- Fast PWM converter transient response
- Excellent output voltage regulation
- Overcurrent fault monitors
- Small converter size
- Motherboard power regulation for computers
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