18.104.22.168. Command and Data Reordering
Data reordering allows transactions to be serviced in a different order than they were received when that new order allows for improved utilization of the SDRAM bandwidth. Operations to the same bank and row are performed in order to ensure that operations which impact the same address preserve the data integrity.
The following figure shows the relative timing for a write/read/write/read command sequence performed in order and then the same command sequence performed with data reordering. Data reordering allows the write and read operations to occur in bursts, without bus turnaround timing delay or bank reassignment.
The SDRAM controller schedules among all pending row and column commands every clock cycle.
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