Intel® Quartus® Prime Standard Edition User Guide: Power Analysis and Optimization

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Date 12/07/2020
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2. Power Optimization

The Intel® Quartus® Prime software offers power-driven compilation to fully optimize device power consumption. Power-driven compilation focuses on reducing the design’s total power consumption in synthesis and place-and-route stages.

This chapter describes the power-driven compilation feature and flow in detail, as well as low power design techniques that can further reduce power consumption in your design. The techniques primarily target Arria® , Stratix® , and Cyclone® series of devices. These devices utilize a low-k dielectric material that dramatically reduces dynamic power and improves performance. Arria® series, Stratix® IV, and Stratix® V device families include efficient logic structures called adaptive logic modules (ALMs) that obtain maximum performance while minimizing power consumption. Cyclone® device families offer the optimal blend of high performance and low power in a low-cost FPGA.

This chapter focuses on design optimization options and techniques that help reduce core dynamic power and I/O power. In addition to these techniques, there are additional power optimization techniques available for specific devices, including Programmable Power Technology and Device Speed Grade Selection.

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