In the Intel® Quartus® Prime software, the buffer size of the Platform Designer interconnect depends on two factors:
1. Maximum pending read transactions from an Avalon slave IP (for instance: Intel Arria® 10 EMIF IP)
2. Burstcount width of the Avalon MM interface
However, the maximum pending read transactions of the EMIF IP can't be changed and is set to a fixed value of 64 to maximize the EMIF efficiency.
To work around this problem, reduce the burstcount width of the Avalon MM slave interface to reduce the buffer size of the Intel® Arria® 10 EMIF IP.