Intel's 28 nm Stratix® V FPGAs deliver high bandwidth, high level of system integration, and ultimate flexibility with reduced cost and low total power for high-end applications.

Architecture

Feature Overview

Feature Stratix® V E FPGA Stratix® V GS FPGA Stratix® V GX FPGA
High-performance adaptive logic modules (ALMs) 359,200 262,400 359,200
Variable-precision DSP blocks (18x18) 704 3,926 798
M20K memory blocks 2,640 2,567 2,660
External memory interface x x x
Partial reconfiguration x x x
Fractional phase-locked loop (PLL) x x x
Design security x x x
Single event upset (SEU) mitigation x x x
PCI Express* Gen3, Gen2, Gen1 hardened IP blocks hardened IP block(s)   Up to 2 Up to 4
Embedded hard IP blocks   x x
Transceivers (Data rate / number of transceiver channels)   14.1 Gbps / 48 14.1 Gbps / 66

The Stratix® V FPGA family includes the following device variants:

  • Stratix® V GX FPGAs with transceivers: Integrate up to 66 full-duplex, 14.1 Gbps transceivers and up to 6 x72 bit DIMM DDR3 memory interfaces supporting 933 MHz
  • Stratix® V GS FPGAs with enhanced digital signal processing (DSP) capabilities and transceivers: Integrate up to 3,926 18x18, high-performance, variable-precision multipliers, 48 full-duplex, 14.1 Gbps transceivers, and up to 6 x72 bit DIMM DDR3 memory interfaces supporting 933 MHz
  • Stratix® V E FPGAs: Up to 950K logic elements (LEs), 52-megabit (Mb) RAM, 704 18x18 high-performance, variable-precision multipliers, and 840 I/Os

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