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Contents
Cyclone V Device Overview................................................................................................. 3
Key Advantages of Cyclone V Devices............................................................................. 3
Summary of Cyclone V Features.....................................................................................4
Cyclone V Device Variants and Packages......................................................................... 5
Cyclone V E........................................................................................................5
Cyclone V GX..................................................................................................... 7
Cyclone V GT......................................................................................................9
Cyclone V SE.................................................................................................... 12
Cyclone V SX....................................................................................................14
Cyclone V ST.................................................................................................... 15
I/O Vertical Migration for Cyclone V Devices...................................................................18
Adaptive Logic Module................................................................................................ 18
Variable-Precision DSP Block........................................................................................19
Embedded Memory Blocks........................................................................................... 21
Types of Embedded Memory............................................................................... 21
Embedded Memory Capacity in Cyclone V Devices................................................. 21
Embedded Memory Configurations.......................................................................22
Clock Networks and PLL Clock Sources.......................................................................... 22
FPGA General Purpose I/O...........................................................................................23
PCIe Gen1 and Gen2 Hard IP....................................................................................... 24
External Memory Interface.......................................................................................... 24
Hard and Soft Memory Controllers....................................................................... 24
External Memory Performance............................................................................ 25
HPS External Memory Performance......................................................................25
Low-Power Serial Transceivers......................................................................................25
Transceiver Channels......................................................................................... 25
PMA Features................................................................................................... 26
PCS Features....................................................................................................27
SoC with HPS.............................................................................................................28
HPS Features....................................................................................................28
FPGA Configuration and Processor Booting............................................................30
Hardware and Software Development.................................................................. 31
Dynamic and Partial Reconfiguration............................................................................. 31
Dynamic Reconfiguration....................................................................................31
Partial Reconfiguration....................................................................................... 31
Enhanced Configuration and Configuration via Protocol....................................................32
Power Management.................................................................................................... 33
Document Revision History for Cyclone V Device Overview...............................................33
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Cyclone V Device Overview
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Cyclone V Device Overview
The Cyclone® V devices are designed to simultaneously accommodate the shrinking
power consumption, cost, and time-to-market requirements; and the increasing
bandwidth requirements for high-volume and cost-sensitive applications.
Enhanced with integrated transceivers and hard memory controllers, the Cyclone V
devices are suitable for applications in the industrial, wireless and wireline, military,
and automotive markets.
Related Information
Cyclone V Device Handbook: Known Issues
Lists the planned updates to the Cyclone V Device Handbook chapters.
Key Advantages of Cyclone V Devices
Table 1. Key Advantages of the Cyclone V Device Family
Advantage Supporting Feature
Lower power consumption Built on TSMC's 28 nm low-power (28LP) process technology and includes an
abundance of hard intellectual property (IP) blocks
Up to 40% lower power consumption than the previous generation device
Improved logic integration and
differentiation capabilities
8-input adaptive logic module (ALM)
Up to 13.59 megabits (Mb) of embedded memory
Variable-precision digital signal processing (DSP) blocks
Increased bandwidth capacity 3.125 gigabits per second (Gbps) and 6.144 Gbps transceivers
Hard memory controllers
Hard processor system (HPS)
with integrated Arm* Cortex*-A9
MPCore* processor
Tight integration of a dual-core Arm Cortex-A9 MPCore processor, hard IP, and an
FPGA in a single Cyclone V system-on-a-chip (SoC)
Supports over 128 Gbps peak bandwidth with integrated data coherency between
the processor and the FPGA fabric
Lowest system cost Requires only two core voltages to operate
Available in low-cost wirebond packaging
Includes innovative features such as Configuration via Protocol (CvP) and partial
reconfiguration
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Summary of Cyclone V Features
Table 2. Summary of Features for Cyclone V Devices
Feature Description
Technology TSMC's 28-nm low-power (28LP) process technology
1.1 V core voltage
Packaging Wirebond low-halogen packages
Multiple device densities with compatible package footprints for seamless migration between
different device densities
RoHS-compliant and leaded(1)options
High-performance
FPGA fabric
Enhanced 8-input ALM with four registers
Internal memory
blocks
M10K—10-kilobits (Kb) memory blocks with soft error correction code (ECC)
Memory logic array block (MLAB)—640-bit distributed LUTRAM where you can use up to 25%
of the ALMs as MLAB memory
Embedded Hard IP
blocks
Variable-precision DSP Native support for up to three signal processing precision levels
(three 9 x 9, two 18 x 18, or one 27 x 27 multiplier) in the same
variable-precision DSP block
64-bit accumulator and cascade
Embedded internal coefficient memory
Preadder/subtractor for improved efficiency
Memory controller DDR3, DDR2, and LPDDR2 with 16 and 32 bit ECC support
Embedded transceiver
I/O
PCI Express* (PCIe*) Gen2 and Gen1 (x1, x2, or x4) hard IP with
multifunction support, endpoint, and root port
Clock networks Up to 550 MHz global clock network
Global, quadrant, and peripheral clock networks
Clock networks that are not used can be powered down to reduce dynamic power
Phase-locked loops
(PLLs)
Precision clock synthesis, clock delay compensation, and zero delay buffering (ZDB)
Integer mode and fractional mode
FPGA General-purpose
I/Os (GPIOs)
875 megabits per second (Mbps) LVDS receiver and 840 Mbps LVDS transmitter
400 MHz/800 Mbps external memory interface
On-chip termination (OCT)
3.3 V support with up to 16 mA drive strength
Low-power high-speed
serial interface
614 Mbps to 6.144 Gbps integrated transceiver speed
Transmit pre-emphasis and receiver equalization
Dynamic partial reconfiguration of individual channels
HPS
(Cyclone V SE, SX,
and ST devices only)
Single or dual-core Arm Cortex-A9 MPCore processor-up to 925 MHz maximum frequency with
support for symmetric and asymmetric multiprocessing
Interface peripherals—10/100/1000 Ethernet media access control (EMAC), USB 2.0
On-The-GO (OTG) controller, quad serial peripheral interface (QSPI) flash controller, NAND
flash controller, Secure Digital/MultiMediaCard (SD/MMC) controller, UART, controller area
network (CAN), serial peripheral interface (SPI), I2C interface, and up to 85 HPS GPIO
interfaces
System peripherals—general-purpose timers, watchdog timers, direct memory access (DMA)
controller, FPGA configuration manager, and clock and reset managers
On-chip RAM and boot ROM
continued...
(1) Contact Intel for availability.
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Feature Description
HPS–FPGA bridges—include the FPGA-to-HPS, HPS-to-FPGA, and lightweight HPS-to-FPGA
bridges that allow the FPGA fabric to issue transactions to slaves in the HPS, and vice versa
FPGA-to-HPS SDRAM controller subsystem—provides a configurable interface to the multiport
front end (MPFE) of the HPS SDRAM controller
Arm CoreSight JTAG debug access port, trace port, and on-chip trace storage
Configuration Tamper protection—comprehensive design protection to protect your valuable IP investments
Enhanced advanced encryption standard (AES) design security features
• CvP
Dynamic reconfiguration of the FPGA
Active serial (AS) x1 and x4, passive serial (PS), JTAG, and fast passive parallel (FPP) x8 and
x16 configuration options
Internal scrubbing (2)
Partial reconfiguration (3)
Cyclone V Device Variants and Packages
Table 3. Device Variants for the Cyclone V Device Family
Variant Description
Cyclone V E Optimized for the lowest system cost and power requirement for a wide spectrum of general logic
and DSP applications
Cyclone V GX Optimized for the lowest cost and power requirement for 614 Mbps to 3.125 Gbps transceiver
applications
Cyclone V GT The FPGA industry’s lowest cost and lowest power requirement for 6.144 Gbps transceiver
applications
Cyclone V SE SoC with integrated Arm-based HPS
Cyclone V SX SoC with integrated Arm-based HPS and 3.125 Gbps transceivers
Cyclone V ST SoC with integrated Arm-based HPS and 6.144 Gbps transceivers
Cyclone V E
This section provides the available options, maximum resource counts, and package
plan for the Cyclone V E devices.
The information in this section is correct at the time of publication. For the latest
information and to get more details, refer to the Product Selector Guide.
Related Information
Product Selector Guide
Provides the latest information about Intel products.
(2) The SEU internal scrubbing feature is available for Cyclone V E, GX, SE, and SX devices with
the "SC" suffix in the part number. For device availability and ordering, contact your local Intel
sales representatives.
(3) The partial reconfiguration feature is available for Cyclone V E, GX, SE, and SX devices with
the "SC" suffix in the part number. For device availability and ordering, contact your local
Intel® sales representatives.
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Available Options
Figure 1. Sample Ordering Code and Available Options for Cyclone V E Devices
The SEU internal scrubbing feature is available for Cyclone V E, GX, SE, and SX devices with the "SC" suffix in
the part number. For device availability and ordering, contact your local Intel sales representatives.
Family Signature
Embedded Hard IPs
Package Type
Package Code
Operating Temperature
FPGA Fabric Speed Grade
Optional Suffix
Indicates specific device
options or shipment method
E : Enhanced logic/memory
B : No hard PCIe or hard
memory controller
F : No hard PCIe and maximum
2 hard memory controllers
5C : Cyclone V
F : FineLine BGA (FBGA)
U : Ultra FineLine BGA (UBGA)
M : Micro FineLine BGA (MBGA)
FBGA Package Type
17 : 256 pins
23 : 484 pins
27 : 672 pins
31 : 896 pins
UBGA Package Type
15 : 324 pins
19 : 484 pins
MBGA Package Type
13 : 383 pins
15 : 484 pins
C : Commercial (TJ = 0° C to 85° C)
I : Industrial (TJ = -40° C to 100° C)
A : Automotive (TJ = -40° C to 125° C)
6 (fastest)
7
8
N : Lead-free packaging
Contact Intel for availability
of leaded options
ES : Engineering sample
5C E F A9 F 31 C7N
Member Code
Family Variant
A2 : 25K logic elements
A4 : 49K logic elements
A5 : 77K logic elements
A7 : 150K logic elements
A9 : 301K logic elements
SC : Internal scrubbing support
Maximum Resources
Table 4. Maximum Resource Counts for Cyclone V E Devices
Resource Member Code
A2 A4 A5 A7 A9
Logic Elements (LE) (K) 25 49 77 150 301
ALM 9,430 18,480 29,080 56,480 113,560
Register 37,736 73,920 116,320 225,920 454,240
Memory (Kb) M10K 1,760 3,080 4,460 6,860 12,200
MLAB 196 303 424 836 1,717
Variable-precision DSP Block 25 66 150 156 342
18 x 18 Multiplier 50 132 300 312 684
PLL 4 4 6 7 8
GPIO 224 224 240 480 480
LVDS Transmitter 56 56 60 120 120
Receiver 56 56 60 120 120
Hard Memory Controller 1 1 2 2 2
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Related Information
True LVDS Buffers in Devices, I/O Features in Cyclone V Devices
Provides the number of LVDS channels in each device package.
Package Plan
Table 5. Package Plan for Cyclone V E Devices
Member
Code
M383
(13 mm)
M484
(15 mm)
U324
(15 mm)
F256
(17 mm)
U484
(19 mm)
F484
(23 mm)
F672
(27 mm)
F896
(31 mm)
GPIO GPIO GPIO GPIO GPIO GPIO GPIO GPIO
A2 223 176 128 224 224
A4 223 176 128 224 224
A5 175 — — — 224 240 — —
A7 — 240 — — 240 240 336 480
A9 — — — — 240 224 336 480
Cyclone V GX
This section provides the available options, maximum resource counts, and package
plan for the Cyclone V GX devices.
The information in this section is correct at the time of publication. For the latest
information and to get more details, refer to the Product Selector Guide.
Related Information
Product Selector Guide
Provides the latest information about Intel products.
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Available Options
Figure 2. Sample Ordering Code and Available Options for Cyclone V GX Devices
The SEU internal scrubbing feature is available for Cyclone V E, GX, SE, and SX devices with the "SC" suffix in
the part number. For device availability and ordering, contact your local Intel sales representatives.
Family Signature
Embedded Hard IPs
Transceiver Count
Transceiver
Speed Grade
Package Type
Package Code
Operating Temperature
FPGA Fabric
Speed Grade
Optional Suffix
Indicates specific device
options or shipment method
GX : 3-Gbps transceivers
B : No hard PCIe or hard
memory controller
F : Maximum 2 hard PCIe and
2 hard memory controllers
5C : Cyclone V
C3 :
36K logic elements
C4 : 50K logic elements
C5 : 77K logic elements
C7 : 150K logic elements
C9 : 301K logic elements
B : 3
F : 4
A : 5
C : 6
D : 9
E : 12
6 : 3.125 Gbps
7 : 2.5 Gbps
F : FineLine BGA (FBGA)
U : Ultra FineLine BGA (UBGA)
M : Micro FineLine BGA (MBGA)
FBGA Package Type
23 : 484 pins
27 : 672 pins
31 : 896 pins
35 : 1,152 pins
UBGA Package Type
15 : 324 pins
19 : 484 pins
MBGA Package Type
11 : 301 pins
13 : 383 pins
15 : 484 pins
C : Commercial (TJ = 0° C to 85° C)
I : Industrial (TJ = -40° C to 100° C)
A : Automotive (TJ = -40° C to 125° C)
6 (fastest)
7
8
N : Lead-free packaging
Contact Intel for availability
of leaded options
ES
:
Engineering sample
5C GX FC9 E 6F 35 C7N
Member Code
Family Variant
SC : Internal scrubbing support
Maximum Resources
Table 6. Maximum Resource Counts for Cyclone V GX Devices
Resource Member Code
C3 C4 C5 C7 C9
Logic Elements (LE) (K) 36 50 77 150 301
ALM 13,460 18,860 29,080 56,480 113,560
Register 53,840 75,440 116,320 225,920 454,240
Memory (Kb) M10K 1,350 2,500 4,460 6,860 12,200
MLAB 182 424 424 836 1,717
Variable-precision DSP Block 57 70 150 156 342
18 x 18 Multiplier 114 140 300 312 684
PLL 4 6 6 7 8
3 Gbps Transceiver 3 6 6 9 12
GPIO(4) 208 336 336 480 560
continued...
(4) The number of GPIOs does not include transceiver I/Os. In the Intel Quartus® Prime software,
the number of user I/Os includes transceiver I/Os.
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Resource Member Code
C3 C4 C5 C7 C9
LVDS Transmitter 52 84 84 120 140
Receiver 52 84 84 120 140
PCIe Hard IP Block 1 2 2 2 2
Hard Memory Controller 1 2 2 2 2
Related Information
True LVDS Buffers in Devices, I/O Features in Cyclone V Devices
Provides the number of LVDS channels in each device package.
Package Plan
Table 7. Package Plan for Cyclone V GX Devices
Member
Code
M301
(11 mm)
M383
(13 mm)
M484
(15 mm)
U324
(15 mm)
U484
(19 mm)
GPIO XCVR GPIO XCVR GPIO XCVR GPIO XCVR GPIO XCVR
C3 144 3 208 3
C4 129 4 175 6 224 6
C5 129 4 175 6 224 6
C7 — — — — 240 3 — — 240 6
C9 — — — — — — — — 240 5
Member
Code
F484
(23 mm)
F672
(27 mm)
F896
(31 mm)
F1152
(35 mm)
GPIO XCVR GPIO XCVR GPIO XCVR GPIO XCVR
C3 208 3 — — — — — —
C4 240 6 336 6
C5 240 6 336 6
C7 240 6 336 9 480 9
C9 224 6 336 9 480 12 560 12
Cyclone V GT
This section provides the available options, maximum resource counts, and package
plan for the Cyclone V GT devices.
The information in this section is correct at the time of publication. For the latest
information and to get more details, refer to the Product Selector Guide.
Related Information
Product Selector Guide
Provides the latest information about Intel products.
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Available Options
Figure 3. Sample Ordering Code and Available Options for Cyclone V GT Devices
Family Signature
Embedded Hard IPs
Transceiver Count
Transceiver
Speed Grade
Package Type
Package Code
Operating Temperature
FPGA Fabric
Speed Grade
GT : 6-Gbps transceivers
F : Maximum 2 hard PCIe and
2 hard memory controllers
5C : Cyclone V
D5 : 77K logic elements
D7 : 150K logic elements
D9 : 301K logic elements
B : 3
F : 4
A : 5
C : 6
D : 9
E : 12
5 : 6.144 Gbps
F : FineLine BGA (FBGA)
U : Ultra FineLine BGA (UBGA)
M : Micro FineLine BGA (MBGA)
FBGA Package Type
23 : 484 pins
27 : 672 pins
31 : 896 pins
35 : 1,152 pins
UBGA Package Type
19 : 484 pins
MBGA Package Type
11 : 301 pins
13 : 383 pins
15 : 484 pins
C : Commercial (TJ = 0° C to 85° C)
I : Industrial (TJ = -40° C to 100° C)
A : Automotive (TJ = -40° C to 125° C)
7
5C GT F D9 E 5 F 35 C 7N
Member Code
Family Variant Optional Suffix
Indicates specific device
options or shipment method
N : Lead-free packaging
Contact Intel for availability
of leaded options
ES : Engineering sample
Maximum Resources
Table 8. Maximum Resource Counts for Cyclone V GT Devices
Resource Member Code
D5 D7 D9
Logic Elements (LE) (K) 77 150 301
ALM 29,080 56,480 113,560
Register 116,320 225,920 454,240
Memory (Kb) M10K 4,460 6,860 12,200
MLAB 424 836 1,717
Variable-precision DSP Block 150 156 342
18 x 18 Multiplier 300 312 684
PLL 6 7 8
6 Gbps Transceiver 6 9 12
GPIO(5) 336 480 560
LVDS Transmitter 84 120 140
continued...
(5) The number of GPIOs does not include transceiver I/Os. In the Intel Quartus Prime software,
the number of user I/Os includes transceiver I/Os.
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Resource Member Code
D5 D7 D9
Receiver 84 120 140
PCIe Hard IP Block 2 2 2
Hard Memory Controller 2 2 2
Related Information
True LVDS Buffers in Devices, I/O Features in Cyclone V Devices
Provides the number of LVDS channels in each device package.
Package Plan
Table 9. Package Plan for Cyclone V GT Devices
Transceiver counts shown are for transceiver ≤5 Gbps . 6 Gbps transceiver channel count support depends on
the package and channel usage. For more information about the 6 Gbps transceiver channel count, refer to the
Cyclone V Device Handbook Volume 2: Transceivers.
Member
Code
M301
(11 mm)
M383
(13 mm)
M484
(15 mm)
U484
(19 mm)
GPIO XCVR GPIO XCVR GPIO XCVR GPIO XCVR
D5 129 4 175 6 224 6
D7 — — — — 240 3 240 6
D9 — — — — — — 240 5
Member
Code
F484
(23 mm)
F672
(27 mm)
F896
(31 mm)
F1152
(35 mm)
GPIO XCVR GPIO XCVR GPIO XCVR GPIO XCVR
D5 240 6 336 6
D7 240 6 336 9 (6)480 9 (6)— —
D9 224 6 336 9 (6)480 12 (7)560 12 (7)
Related Information
6.144-Gbps Support Capability in Cyclone V GT Devices, Cyclone V Device Handbook
Volume 2: Transceivers
Provides more information about 6 Gbps transceiver channel count.
(6) If you require CPRI (at 6.144 Gbps) and PCIe Gen2 transmit jitter compliance, Intel
recommends that you use only up to three full-duplex transceiver channels for CPRI, and up to
six full-duplex channels for PCIe Gen2. The CMU channels are not considered full-duplex
channels.
(7) If you require CPRI (at 6.144 Gbps) and PCIe Gen2 transmit jitter compliance, Intel
recommends that you use only up to three full-duplex transceiver channels for CPRI, and up to
eight full-duplex channels for PCIe Gen2. The CMU channels are not considered full-duplex
channels.
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Cyclone V SE
This section provides the available options, maximum resource counts, and package
plan for the Cyclone V SE devices.
The information in this section is correct at the time of publication. For the latest
information and to get more details, refer to the Product Selector Guide.
Related Information
Product Selector Guide
Provides the latest information about Intel products.
Available Options
Figure 4. Sample Ordering Code and Available Options for Cyclone V SE Devices
The SEU internal scrubbing feature is available for Cyclone V E, GX, SE, and SX devices with the "SC" suffix in
the part number. For device availability and ordering, contact your local Intel sales representatives.
Cyclone V SE and SX low-power devices (L power option) offer 30% static power reduction for devices with
25K LE and 40K LE, and 20% static power reduction for devices with 85K LE and 110K LE.
Family Signature
Embedded Hard IPs
Package Type
Package Code
Operating Temperature
FPGA Fabric
Speed Grade
Optional Suffix
Indicates specific device
options or shipment method
SE : SoC with enhanced logic/memory
5C : Cyclone V
F : FineLine BGA (FBGA)
U : Ultra FineLine BGA (UBGA)
FBGA Package Type
31 : 896 pins
UBGA Package Type
19 : 484 pins
23 : 672 pins
C : Commercial (TJ = 0° C to 85° C)
I : Industrial (TJ = -40° C to 100° C)
A : Automotive (TJ = -40° C to 125° C)
6 (fastest)
7
8
Processor Cores
Omit for dual-core
S : Single-core
N : Lead-free packaging
Contact Intel for availability
of leaded options
ES : Engineering sample
5C SE M A6 F 31 C6 S N
Member Code
Family Variant
A2 : 25K logic elements
A4 : 40K logic elements
A5 : 85K logic elements
A6 : 110K logic elements
B : No hard PCIe or hard
memory controller
M : No hard PCIe and
1 hard memory controller
SC : Internal scrubbing support
L
Power Option
Omit for standard power
L : Low power
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Maximum Resources
Table 10. Maximum Resource Counts for Cyclone V SE Devices
Resource Member Code
A2 A4 A5 A6
Logic Elements (LE) (K) 25 40 85 110
ALM 9,430 15,880 32,070 41,910
Register 37,736 60,376 128,300 166,036
Memory (Kb) M10K 1,400 2,700 3,970 5,570
MLAB 138 231 480 621
Variable-precision DSP Block 36 84 87 112
18 x 18 Multiplier 72 168 174 224
FPGA PLL 5 5 6 6
HPS PLL 3 3 3 3
FPGA GPIO 145 145 288 288
HPS I/O 181 181 181 181
LVDS Transmitter 32 32 72 72
Receiver 37 37 72 72
FPGA Hard Memory Controller 1 1 1 1
HPS Hard Memory Controller 1 1 1 1
Arm Cortex-A9 MPCore Processor Single- or dual-
core
Single- or dual-
core
Single- or dual-core Single- or dual-core
Related Information
True LVDS Buffers in Devices, I/O Features in Cyclone V Devices
Provides the number of LVDS channels in each device package.
Package Plan
Table 11. Package Plan for Cyclone V SE Devices
The HPS I/O counts are the number of I/Os in the HPS and does not correlate with the number of HPS-specific
I/O pins in the FPGA. Each HPS-specific pin in the FPGA may be mapped to several HPS I/Os.
Member Code U484
(19 mm)
U672
(23 mm)
F896
(31 mm)
FPGA GPIO HPS I/O FPGA GPIO HPS I/O FPGA GPIO HPS I/O
A2 66 151 145 181
A4 66 151 145 181
A5 66 151 145 181 288 181
A6 66 151 145 181 288 181
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Cyclone V SX
This section provides the available options, maximum resource counts, and package
plan for the Cyclone V SX devices.
The information in this section is correct at the time of publication. For the latest
information and to get more details, refer to the Product Selector Guide.
Related Information
Product Selector Guide
Provides the latest information about Intel products.
Available Options
Figure 5. Sample Ordering Code and Available Options for Cyclone V SX Devices
The SEU internal scrubbing feature is available for Cyclone V E, GX, SE, and SX devices with the "SC" suffix in
the part number. For device availability and ordering, contact your local Intel sales representatives.
Cyclone V SE and SX low-power devices (L power option) offer 30% static power reduction for devices with
25K LE and 40K LE, and 20% static power reduction for devices with 85K LE and 110K LE.
Maximum Resources
Table 12. Maximum Resource Counts for Cyclone V SX Devices
Resource Member Code
C2 C4 C5 C6
Logic Elements (LE) (K) 25 40 85 110
ALM 9,430 15,880 32,070 41,910
Register 37,736 60,376 128,300 166,036
Memory (Kb) M10K 1,400 2,700 3,970 5,570
MLAB 138 231 480 621
Variable-precision DSP Block 36 84 87 112
18 x 18 Multiplier 72 168 174 224
FPGA PLL 5 5 6 6
continued...
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Resource Member Code
C2 C4 C5 C6
HPS PLL 3 3 3 3
3 Gbps Transceiver 6 6 9 9
FPGA GPIO (8) 145 145 288 288
HPS I/O 181 181 181 181
LVDS Transmitter 32 32 72 72
Receiver 37 37 72 72
PCIe Hard IP Block 2 2 2 (9)2 (9)
FPGA Hard Memory Controller 1 1 1 1
HPS Hard Memory Controller 1 1 1 1
Arm Cortex-A9 MPCore Processor Dual-core Dual-core Dual-core Dual-core
Related Information
True LVDS Buffers in Devices, I/O Features in Cyclone V Devices
Provides the number of LVDS channels in each device package.
Package Plan
Table 13. Package Plan for Cyclone V SX Devices
The HPS I/O counts are the number of I/Os in the HPS and does not correlate with the number of HPS-specific
I/O pins in the FPGA. Each HPS-specific pin in the FPGA may be mapped to several HPS I/Os.
Member Code U672
(23 mm)
F896
(31 mm)
FPGA GPIO HPS I/O XCVR FPGA GPIO HPS I/O XCVR
C2 145 181 6
C4 145 181 6
C5 145 181 6 288 181 9
C6 145 181 6 288 181 9
Cyclone V ST
This section provides the available options, maximum resource counts, and package
plan for the Cyclone V ST devices.
The information in this section is correct at the time of publication. For the latest
information and to get more details, refer to the Product Selector Guide.
(8) The number of GPIOs does not include transceiver I/Os. In the Intel Quartus Prime software,
the number of user I/Os includes transceiver I/Os.
(9) 1 PCIe Hard IP Block in U672 package.
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Related Information
Product Selector Guide
Provides the latest information about Intel products.
Available Options
Figure 6. Sample Ordering Code and Available Options for Cyclone V ST Devices
Family Signature
Embedded Hard IPs
Transceiver Count
Transceiver
Speed Grade
Package Type
Package Code
Operating Temperature
FPGA Fabric
Speed Grade
Optional Suffix
Indicates specific device
options or shipment method
ST : SoC with 6.144-Gbps transceivers
F : 2 hard PCIe controllers
and 1 hard memory controller
5C : Cyclone V
D5 : 85K logic elements
D6 : 110K logic elements
D : 9
5 : 6.144 Gbps
F : FineLine BGA (FBGA)
31 : 896 pins
I : Industrial (TJ= -40° C to 100° C)
7
N : Lead-free packaging
Contact Intel for availability
of leaded options
ES : Engineering sample
5C ST FD6 D 5F 31 C6N
Member Code
Family Variant
Maximum Resources
Table 14. Maximum Resource Counts for Cyclone V ST Devices
Resource Member Code
D5 D6
Logic Elements (LE) (K) 85 110
ALM 32,070 41,910
Register 128,300 166,036
Memory (Kb) M10K 3,970 5,570
MLAB 480 621
Variable-precision DSP Block 87 112
18 x 18 Multiplier 174 224
FPGA PLL 6 6
HPS PLL 3 3
6.144 Gbps Transceiver 9 9
FPGA GPIO(10) 288 288
HPS I/O 181 181
LVDS Transmitter 72 72
continued...
(10) The number of GPIOs does not include transceiver I/Os. In the Intel Quartus Prime software,
the number of user I/Os includes transceiver I/Os.
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Resource Member Code
D5 D6
Receiver 72 72
PCIe Hard IP Block 2 2
FPGA Hard Memory Controller 1 1
HPS Hard Memory Controller 1 1
Arm Cortex-A9 MPCore Processor Dual-core Dual-core
Related Information
True LVDS Buffers in Devices, I/O Features in Cyclone V Devices
Provides the number of LVDS channels in each device package.
Package Plan
Table 15. Package Plan for Cyclone V ST Devices
The HPS I/O counts are the number of I/Os in the HPS and does not correlate with the number of HPS-
specific I/O pins in the FPGA. Each HPS-specific pin in the FPGA may be mapped to several HPS I/Os.
Transceiver counts shown are for transceiver ≤5 Gbps . 6 Gbps transceiver channel count support depends
on the package and channel usage. For more information about the 6 Gbps transceiver channel count,
refer to the Cyclone V Device Handbook Volume 2: Transceivers.
Member Code F896
(31 mm)
FPGA GPIO HPS I/O XCVR
D5 288 181 9 (11)
D6 288 181 9 (11)
Related Information
6.144-Gbps Support Capability in Cyclone V GT Devices, Cyclone V Device Handbook
Volume 2: Transceivers
Provides more information about 6 Gbps transceiver channel count.
(11) If you require CPRI (at 4.9152 Gbps) and PCIe Gen2 transmit jitter compliance, Intel
recommends that you use only up to seven full-duplex transceiver channels for CPRI, and up
to six full-duplex channels for PCIe Gen2. The CMU channels are not considered full-duplex
channels.
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I/O Vertical Migration for Cyclone V Devices
Figure 7. Vertical Migration Capability Across Cyclone V Device Packages and Densities
The arrows indicate the vertical migration paths. The devices included in each vertical migration path are
shaded. You can also migrate your design across device densities in the same package option if the devices
have the same dedicated pins, configuration pins, and power pins.
Variant Member
Code
Package
M301 M383 M484 F256 U324 U484 F484 U672 F672 F896 F1152
Cyclone V E
A2
A4
A5
A7
A9
Cyclone V GX
C3
C4
C5
C7
C9
Cyclone V GT
D5
D7
D9
Cyclone V SE
A2
A4
A5
A6
Cyclone V SX
C2
C4
C5
C6
Cyclone V ST D5
D6
You can achieve the vertical migration shaded in red if you use only up to 175 GPIOs
for the M383 package, and 138 GPIOs for the U672 package. These migration paths
are not shown in the Intel Quartus Prime software Pin Migration View.
Note: To verify the pin migration compatibility, use the Pin Migration View window in the
Intel Quartus Prime software Pin Planner.
Adaptive Logic Module
Cyclone V devices use a 28 nm ALM as the basic building block of the logic fabric.
The ALM, as shown in following figure, uses an 8-input fracturable look-up table (LUT)
with four dedicated registers to help improve timing closure in register-rich designs
and achieve an even higher design packing capability than previous generations.
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Figure 8. ALM for Cyclone V Devices
FPGA Device
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Adaptive
LUT
Full
Adder
Reg
Reg
Full
Adder
Reg
Reg
You can configure up to 25% of the ALMs in the Cyclone V devices as distributed
memory using MLABs.
Related Information
Embedded Memory Capacity in Cyclone V Devices on page 21
Lists the embedded memory capacity for each device.
Variable-Precision DSP Block
Cyclone V devices feature a variable-precision DSP block that supports these features:
Configurable to support signal processing precisions ranging from 9 x 9, 18 x 18
and 27 x 27 bits natively
A 64-bit accumulator
A hard preadder that is available in both 18- and 27-bit modes
Cascaded output adders for efficient systolic finite impulse response (FIR) filters
Internal coefficient register banks, 8 deep, for each multiplier in 18- or 27-bit
mode
Fully independent multiplier operation
A second accumulator feedback register to accommodate complex multiply-
accumulate functions
Fully independent Efficient support for single-precision floating point arithmetic
The inferability of all modes by the Intel Quartus Prime design software
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Table 16. Variable-Precision DSP Block Configurations for Cyclone V Devices
Usage Example Multiplier Size (Bit) DSP Block Resource
Low precision fixed point for video
applications
Three 9 x 9 1
Medium precision fixed point in FIR
filters
Two 18 x 18 1
FIR filters and general DSP usage Two 18 x 18 with accumulate 1
High precision fixed- or floating-point
implementations
One 27 x 27 with accumulate 1
You can configure each DSP block during compilation as independent three 9 x 9, two
18 x 18, or one 27 x 27 multipliers. With a dedicated 64 bit cascade bus, you can
cascade multiple variable-precision DSP blocks to implement even higher precision
DSP functions efficiently.
Table 17. Number of Multipliers in Cyclone V Devices
The table lists the variable-precision DSP resources by bit precision for each Cyclone V device.
Variant Member
Code
Variable-
precision
DSP Block
Independent Input and Output
Multiplications Operator
18 x 18
Multiplier
Adder Mode
18 x 18
Multiplier
Adder
Summed
with 36 bit
Input
9 x 9
Multiplier
18 x 18
Multiplier
27 x 27
Multiplier
Cyclone V E A2 25 75 50 25 25 25
A4 66 198 132 66 66 66
A5 150 450 300 150 150 150
A7 156 468 312 156 156 156
A9 342 1,026 684 342 342 342
Cyclone V
GX
C3 57 171 114 57 57 57
C4 70 210 140 70 70 70
C5 150 450 300 150 150 150
C7 156 468 312 156 156 156
C9 342 1,026 684 342 342 342
Cyclone V GT D5 150 450 300 150 150 150
D7 156 468 312 156 156 156
D9 342 1,026 684 342 342 342
Cyclone V SE A2 36 108 72 36 36 36
A4 84 252 168 84 84 84
A5 87 261 174 87 87 87
A6 112 336 224 112 112 112
Cyclone V SX C2 36 108 72 36 36 36
C4 84 252 168 84 84 84
C5 87 261 174 87 87 87
continued...
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Variant Member
Code
Variable-
precision
DSP Block
Independent Input and Output
Multiplications Operator
18 x 18
Multiplier
Adder Mode
18 x 18
Multiplier
Adder
Summed
with 36 bit
Input
9 x 9
Multiplier
18 x 18
Multiplier
27 x 27
Multiplier
C6 112 336 224 112 112 112
Cyclone V ST D5 87 261 174 87 87 87
D6 112 336 224 112 112 112
Embedded Memory Blocks
The embedded memory blocks in the devices are flexible and designed to provide an
optimal amount of small- and large-sized memory arrays to fit your design
requirements.
Types of Embedded Memory
The Cyclone V devices contain two types of memory blocks:
10 Kb M10K blocks—blocks of dedicated memory resources. The M10K blocks are
ideal for larger memory arrays while still providing a large number of independent
ports.
640 bit memory logic array blocks (MLABs)—enhanced memory blocks that are
configured from dual-purpose logic array blocks (LABs). The MLABs are ideal for
wide and shallow memory arrays. The MLABs are optimized for implementation of
shift registers for digital signal processing (DSP) applications, wide shallow FIFO
buffers, and filter delay lines. Each MLAB is made up of ten adaptive logic modules
(ALMs). In the Cyclone V devices, you can configure these ALMs as ten 32 x 2
blocks, giving you one 32 x 20 simple dual-port SRAM block per MLAB.
Embedded Memory Capacity in Cyclone V Devices
Table 18. Embedded Memory Capacity and Distribution in Cyclone V Devices
Variant
Member
Code
M10K MLAB
Total RAM Bit
(Kb)Block RAM Bit (Kb) Block RAM Bit (Kb)
Cyclone V E A2 176 1,760 314 196 1,956
A4 308 3,080 485 303 3,383
A5 446 4,460 679 424 4,884
A7 686 6,860 1338 836 7,696
A9 1,220 12,200 2748 1,717 13,917
Cyclone V GX C3 135 1,350 291 182 1,532
C4 250 2,500 678 424 2,924
C5 446 4,460 678 424 4,884
C7 686 6,860 1338 836 7,696
C9 1,220 12,200 2748 1,717 13,917
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Variant
Member
Code
M10K MLAB
Total RAM Bit
(Kb)Block RAM Bit (Kb) Block RAM Bit (Kb)
Cyclone V GT D5 446 4,460 679 424 4,884
D7 686 6,860 1338 836 7,696
D9 1,220 12,200 2748 1,717 13,917
Cyclone V SE A2 140 1,400 221 138 1,538
A4 270 2,700 370 231 2,460
A5 397 3,970 768 480 4,450
A6 553 5,530 994 621 6,151
Cyclone V SX C2 140 1,400 221 138 1,538
C4 270 2,700 370 231 2,460
C5 397 3,970 768 480 4,450
C6 553 5,530 994 621 6,151
Cyclone V ST D5 397 3,970 768 480 4,450
D6 553 5,530 994 621 6,151
Embedded Memory Configurations
Table 19. Supported Embedded Memory Block Configurations for Cyclone V Devices
This table lists the maximum configurations supported for the embedded memory blocks. The information is
applicable only to the single-port RAM and ROM modes.
Memory Block Depth (bits) Programmable Width
MLAB 32 x16, x18, or x20
M10K 256 x40 or x32
512 x20 or x16
1K x10 or x8
2K x5 or x4
4K x2
8K x1
Clock Networks and PLL Clock Sources
550 MHz Cyclone V devices have 16 global clock networks capable of up to operation.
The clock network architecture is based on Intel's global, quadrant, and peripheral
clock structure. This clock structure is supported by dedicated clock input pins and
fractional PLLs.
Note: To reduce power consumption, the Intel Quartus Prime software identifies all unused
sections of the clock network and powers them down.
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PLL Features
The PLLs in the Cyclone V devices support the following features:
Frequency synthesis
On-chip clock deskew
Jitter attenuation
Programmable output clock duty cycles
PLL cascading
Reference clock switchover
Programmable bandwidth
User-mode reconfiguration of PLLs
Low power mode for each fractional PLL
Dynamic phase shift
Direct, source synchronous, zero delay buffer, external feedback, and LVDS
compensation modes
Fractional PLL
In addition to integer PLLs, the Cyclone V devices use a fractional PLL architecture.
The devices have up to eight PLLs, each with nine output counters. You can use the
output counters to reduce PLL usage in two ways:
Reduce the number of oscillators that are required on your board by using
fractional PLLs
Reduce the number of clock pins that are used in the device by synthesizing
multiple clock frequencies from a single reference clock source
If you use the fractional PLL mode, you can use the PLLs for precision fractional-N
frequency synthesis—removing the need for off-chip reference clock sources in your
design.
The transceiver fractional PLLs that are not used by the transceiver I/Os can be used
as general purpose fractional PLLs by the FPGA fabric.
FPGA General Purpose I/O
Cyclone V devices offer highly configurable GPIOs. The following list describes the
features of the GPIOs:
Programmable bus hold and weak pull-up
LVDS output buffer with programmable differential output voltage (VOD ) and
programmable pre-emphasis
On-chip parallel termination (RT OCT) for all I/O banks with OCT calibration to
limit the termination impedance variation
On-chip dynamic termination that has the ability to swap between series and
parallel termination, depending on whether there is read or write on a common
bus for signal integrity
Easy timing closure support using the hard read FIFO in the input register path,
and delay-locked loop (DLL) delay chain with fine and coarse architecture
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PCIe Gen1 and Gen2 Hard IP
Cyclone V GX, GT, SX, and ST devices contain PCIe hard IP that is designed for
performance and ease-of-use. The PCIe hard IP consists of the MAC, data link, and
transaction layers.
The PCIe hard IP supports PCIe Gen2 and Gen1 end point and root port for up to x4
lane configuration. The PCIe Gen2 x4 support is PCIe-compatible.
The PCIe endpoint support includes multifunction support for up to eight functions, as
shown in the following figure. The integrated multifunction support reduces the FPGA
logic requirements by up to 20,000 LEs for PCIe designs that require multiple
peripherals.
Figure 9. PCIe Multifunction for Cyclone V Devices
PCIe Link
External System FPGA Device
Host CPU
Memory
Controller
Root
Complex
Local
Peripheral 1
Local
Peripheral 2
PCIe RP
PCIe EP
CAN
GbE
ATA
Bridge
to PCIe
SPI
GPIO
I2C
USB
The Cyclone V PCIe hard IP operates independently from the core logic. This
independent operation allows the PCIe link to wake up and complete link training in
less than 100 ms while the Cyclone V device completes loading the programming file
for the rest of the device.
In addition, the PCIe hard IP in the Cyclone V device provides improved end-to-end
datapath protection using ECC.
External Memory Interface
This section provides an overview of the external memory interface in Cyclone V
devices.
Hard and Soft Memory Controllers
Cyclone V devices support up to two hard memory controllers for DDR3, DDR2, and
LPDDR2 SDRAM devices. Each controller supports 8 to 32 bit components of up to
4 gigabits (Gb) in density with two chip selects and optional ECC. For the Cyclone V
SoC devices, an additional hard memory controller in the HPS supports DDR3, DDR2,
and LPDDR2 SDRAM devices.
All Cyclone V devices support soft memory controllers for DDR3, DDR2, and LPDDR2
SDRAM devices for maximum flexibility.
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External Memory Performance
Table 20. External Memory Interface Performance in Cyclone V Devices
The maximum and minimum operating frequencies depend on the memory interface standards and the
supported delay-locked loop (DLL) frequency listed in the device datasheet.
Interface Voltage
(V)
Maximum Frequency (MHz) Minimum Frequency
(MHz)
Hard Controller Soft Controller
DDR3 SDRAM 1.5 400 303 303
1.35 400 303 303
DDR2 SDRAM 1.8 400 300 167
LPDDR2 SDRAM 1.2 333 300 167
Related Information
External Memory Interface Spec Estimator
For the latest information and to estimate the external memory system
performance specification, use Intel's External Memory Interface Spec Estimator
tool.
HPS External Memory Performance
Table 21. HPS External Memory Interface Performance
The hard processor system (HPS) is available in Cyclone V SoC devices only.
Interface Voltage (V) HPS Hard Controller (MHz)
DDR3 SDRAM 1.5 400
1.35 400
DDR2 SDRAM 1.8 400
LPDDR2 SDRAM 1.2 333
Related Information
External Memory Interface Spec Estimator
For the latest information and to estimate the external memory system
performance specification, use Intel's External Memory Interface Spec Estimator
tool.
Low-Power Serial Transceivers
Cyclone V devices deliver the industry’s lowest power 6.144 Gbps transceivers at an
estimated 88 mW maximum power consumption per channel. Cyclone V transceivers
are designed to be compliant with a wide range of protocols and data rates.
Transceiver Channels
The transceivers are positioned on the left outer edge of the device. The transceiver
channels consist of the physical medium attachment (PMA), physical coding sublayer
(PCS), and clock networks.
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Figure 10. Device Chip Overview for Cyclone V GX and GT Devices
The figure shows a Cyclone V FPGA with transceivers. Different Cyclone V devices may have a different
floorplans than the one shown here.
I/O, LVDS, and Memory Interface
I/O, LVDS, and Memory Interface
I/O, LVDS, and Memory Interface
Transceiver PMA Blocks
Fractional PLLs
Hard PCS Blocks
Fractional PLL
Fractional PLLs
PCIe Hard IP Blocks
Hard Memory Controller
Hard Memory Controller
Core Logic Fabric and MLABs
Variable-Precision DSP Blocks
M10K Internal Memory Blocks
Transceiver
PMA
Transceiver
PMA
Transceiver
PMA
Hard
PCS
Hard
PCS
Hard
PCS
Clock Networks
Transceiver
Individual Channels
PMA Features
To prevent core and I/O noise from coupling into the transceivers, the PMA block is
isolated from the rest of the chip—ensuring optimal signal integrity. For the
transceivers, you can use the channel PLL of an unused receiver PMA as an additional
transmit PLL.
Table 22. PMA Features of the Transceivers in Cyclone V Devices
Features Capability
Backplane support Driving capability up to 6.144 Gbps
PLL-based clock recovery Superior jitter tolerance
Programmable deserialization and word
alignment
Flexible deserialization width and configurable word alignment pattern
Equalization and pre-emphasis Up to 14.37 dB of pre-emphasis and up to 4.7 dB of equalization
No decision feedback equalizer (DFE)
Ring oscillator transmit PLLs 614 Mbps to 6.144 Gbps
Input reference clock range 20 MHz to 400 MHz
Transceiver dynamic reconfiguration Allows the reconfiguration of a single channel without affecting the operation of
other channels
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PCS Features
The Cyclone V core logic connects to the PCS through an 8, 10, 16, 20, 32, or 40 bit
interface, depending on the transceiver data rate and protocol. Cyclone V devices
contain PCS hard IP to support PCIe Gen1 and Gen2, Gbps Ethernet (GbE), Serial
RapidIO® (SRIO), and Common Public Radio Interface (CPRI).
Most of the standard and proprietary protocols from 614 Mbps to 6.144 Gbps are
supported.
Table 23. Transceiver PCS Features for Cyclone V Devices
PCS Support Data Rates
(Gbps)
Transmitter Data Path Feature Receiver Data Path Feature
3-Gbps and 6-Gbps Basic 0.614 to 6.144 Phase compensation FIFO
Byte serializer
8B/10B encoder
Transmitter bit-slip
Word aligner
Deskew FIFO
Rate-match FIFO
8B/10B decoder
Byte deserializer
Byte ordering
Receiver phase compensation
FIFO
PCIe Gen1
(x1, x2, x4)
2.5 and 5.0 Dedicated PCIe PHY IP core
PIPE 2.0 interface to the core
logic
Dedicated PCIe PHY IP core
PIPE 2.0 interface to the core
logic
PCIe Gen2
( x1, x2, x4)(12)
GbE 1.25 Custom PHY IP core with preset
feature
GbE transmitter synchronization
state machine
Custom PHY IP core with preset
feature
GbE receiver synchronization
state machine
XAUI (13) 3.125 Dedicated XAUI PHY IP core
XAUI synchronization state
machine for bonding four
channels
Dedicated XAUI PHY IP core
XAUI synchronization state
machine for realigning four
channels
HiGig 3.75
SRIO 1.3 and 2.1 1.25 to 3.125 Custom PHY IP core with preset
feature
SRIO version 2.1-compliant x2
and x4 channel bonding
Custom PHY IP core with preset
feature
SRIO version 2.1-compliant x2
and x4 deskew state machine
SDI, SD/HD, and 3G-SDI 0.27(14), 1.485,
and 2.97
Custom PHY IP core with preset
feature
Custom PHY IP core with preset
feature
JESD204A 0.3125(15) to
3.125
continued...
(12) PCIe Gen2 is supported for Cyclone V GT and ST devices. The PCIe Gen2 x4 support is
PCIe-compatible.
(13) XAUI is supported through the soft PCS.
(14) The 0.27-Gbps data rate is supported using oversampling user logic that you must implement
in the FPGA fabric.
(15) The 0.3125-Gbps data rate is supported using oversampling user logic that you must
implement in the FPGA fabric.
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PCS Support Data Rates
(Gbps)
Transmitter Data Path Feature Receiver Data Path Feature
Serial ATA Gen1 and Gen2 1.5 and 3.0 Custom PHY IP core with preset
feature
Electrical idle
Custom PHY IP core with preset
feature
Signal detect
Wider spread of asynchronous
SSC
CPRI 4.1(16) 0.6144 to 6.144 Dedicated deterministic latency
PHY IP core
Transmitter (TX) manual bit-slip
mode
Dedicated deterministic latency
PHY IP core
Receiver (RX) deterministic
latency state machine
OBSAI RP3 0.768 to 3.072
V-by-One HS Up to 3.75 Custom PHY IP core Custom PHY IP core
Wider spread of asynchronous
SSC
DisplayPort 1.2(17) 1.62 and 2.7
SoC with HPS
Each SoC combines an FPGA fabric and an HPS in a single device. This combination
delivers the flexibility of programmable logic with the power and cost savings of hard
IP in these ways:
Reduces board space, system power, and bill of materials cost by eliminating a
discrete embedded processor
Allows you to differentiate the end product in both hardware and software, and to
support virtually any interface standard
Extends the product life and revenue through in-field hardware and software
updates
HPS Features
The HPS consists of a dual-core Arm Cortex-A9 MPCore processor, a rich set of
peripherals, and a shared multiport SDRAM memory controller, as shown in the
following figure.
(16) High-voltage output mode (1000-BASE-CX) is not supported.
(17) Pending characterization.
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Figure 11. HPS with Dual-Core Arm Cortex-A9 MPCore Processor
FPGA Fabric
HPS
HPS-to-FPGA
Lightweight
HPS-to-FPGA
FPGA-to-HPS FPGA-to-HPS SDRAM
Configuration
Controller
FPGA
Manager
64 KB
On-Chip RAM
64 KB
Boot ROM
Level 3
Interconnect
Ethernet
MAC (2x)
USB
OTG (2x)
NAND Flash
Controller
SD/MMC
Controller
DMA
Controller STM
ETR
(Trace)
Debug
Access Port ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore
MPU Subsystem
CPU0
ARM Cortex-A9
with NEON/FPU,
32 KB Instruction Cache,
32 KB Data Cache, and
Memory Management
Unit
CPU1
ARM Cortex-A9
with NEON/FPU,
32 KB Instruction Cache,
32 KB Data Cache, and
Memory Management
Unit
SCUACP
Level 2 Cache (512 KB)
Multiport
DDR SDRAM
Controller
with
Optional ECC
Peripherals
(UART, Timer, I2C, Watchdog Timer, GPIO, SPI, Clock Manager, Reset Manager, Scan Manager, System Manager, and Quad
SPI Flash Controller)
System Peripherals and Debug Access Port
Each Ethernet MAC, USB OTG, NAND flash controller, and SD/MMC controller module
has an integrated DMA controller. For modules without an integrated DMA controller,
an additional DMA controller module provides up to eight channels of high-bandwidth
data transfers. Peripherals that communicate off-chip are multiplexed with other
peripherals at the HPS pin level. This allows you to choose which peripherals to
interface with other devices on your PCB.
The debug access port provides interfaces to industry standard JTAG debug probes
and supports Arm CoreSight debug and core traces to facilitate software development.
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HPS–FPGA AXI Bridges
The HPS–FPGA bridges, which support the Advanced Microcontroller Bus Architecture
(AMBA®) Advanced eXtensible Interface (AXI) specifications, consist of the following
bridges:
FPGA-to-HPS AXI bridge—a high-performance bus supporting 32, 64, and 128 bit
data widths that allows the FPGA fabric to issue transactions to slaves in the HPS.
HPS-to-FPGA AXI bridge—a high-performance bus supporting 32, 64, and 128 bit
data widths that allows the HPS to issue transactions to slaves in the FPGA fabric.
Lightweight HPS-to-FPGA AXI bridge—a lower latency 32 bit width bus that allows
the HPS to issue transactions to slaves in the FPGA fabric. This bridge is primarily
used for control and status register (CSR) accesses to peripherals in the FPGA
fabric.
The HPS–FPGA AXI bridges allow masters in the FPGA fabric to communicate with
slaves in the HPS logic, and vice versa. For example, the HPS-to-FPGA AXI bridge
allows you to share memories instantiated in the FPGA fabric with one or both
microprocessors in the HPS, while the FPGA-to-HPS AXI bridge allows logic in the
FPGA fabric to access the memory and peripherals in the HPS.
Each HPS–FPGA bridge also provides asynchronous clock crossing for data transferred
between the FPGA fabric and the HPS.
HPS SDRAM Controller Subsystem
The HPS SDRAM controller subsystem contains a multiport SDRAM controller and DDR
PHY that are shared between the FPGA fabric (through the FPGA-to-HPS SDRAM
interface), the level 2 (L2) cache, and the level 3 (L3) system interconnect. The
FPGA-to-HPS SDRAM interface supports AMBA AXI and Avalon® Memory-Mapped
(Avalon-MM) interface standards, and provides up to six individual ports for access by
masters implemented in the FPGA fabric.
To maximize memory performance, the SDRAM controller subsystem supports
command and data reordering, deficit round-robin arbitration with aging, and
high-priority bypass features. The SDRAM controller subsystem supports DDR2, DDR3,
or LPDDR2 devices up to 4 Gb in density operating at up to 400 MHz (800 Mbps data
rate).
FPGA Configuration and Processor Booting
The FPGA fabric and HPS in the SoC are powered independently. You can reduce the
clock frequencies or gate the clocks to reduce dynamic power, or shut down the entire
FPGA fabric to reduce total system power.
You can configure the FPGA fabric and boot the HPS independently, in any order,
providing you with more design flexibility:
You can boot the HPS independently. After the HPS is running, the HPS can fully or
partially reconfigure the FPGA fabric at any time under software control. The HPS
can also configure other FPGAs on the board through the FPGA configuration
controller.
You can power up both the HPS and the FPGA fabric together, configure the FPGA
fabric first, and then boot the HPS from memory accessible to the FPGA fabric.
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Note: Although the FPGA fabric and HPS are on separate power domains, the HPS must
remain powered up during operation while the FPGA fabric can be powered up or down
as required.
Related Information
Cyclone V Device Family Pin Connection Guidelines
Provides detailed information about power supply pin connection guidelines and
power regulator sharing.
Hardware and Software Development
For hardware development, you can configure the HPS and connect your soft logic in
the FPGA fabric to the HPS interfaces using the Platform Designer (Standard) system
integration tool in the Intel Quartus Prime software.
For software development, the Arm-based SoC devices inherit the rich software
development ecosystem available for the Arm Cortex-A9 MPCore processor. The
software development process for Intel SoCs follows the same steps as those for other
SoC devices from other manufacturers. Support for Linux, VxWorks®, and other
operating systems is available for the SoCs. For more information on the operating
systems support availability, contact the Intel sales team.
You can begin device-specific firmware and software development on the Intel SoC
Virtual Target. The Virtual Target is a fast PC-based functional simulation of a target
development system—a model of a complete development board that runs on a PC.
The Virtual Target enables the development of device-specific production software that
can run unmodified on actual hardware.
Related Information
International Altera Sales Support Offices
Dynamic and Partial Reconfiguration
The Cyclone V devices support dynamic reconfiguration and partial reconfiguration.
Dynamic Reconfiguration
The dynamic reconfiguration feature allows you to dynamically change the transceiver
data rates, PMA settings, or protocols of a channel, without affecting data transfer on
adjacent channels. This feature is ideal for applications that require on-the-fly
multiprotocol or multirate support. You can reconfigure the PMA and PCS blocks with
dynamic reconfiguration.
Partial Reconfiguration
Note: The partial reconfiguration feature is available for Cyclone V E, GX, SE, and SX devices
with the "SC" suffix in the part number. For device availability and ordering, contact
your local Intel sales representatives.
Partial reconfiguration allows you to reconfigure part of the device while other sections
of the device remain operational. This capability is important in systems with critical
uptime requirements because it allows you to make updates or adjust functionality
without disrupting services.
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Apart from lowering cost and power consumption, partial reconfiguration increases the
effective logic density of the device because placing device functions that do not
operate simultaneously is not necessary. Instead, you can store these functions in
external memory and load them whenever the functions are required. This capability
reduces the size of the device because it allows multiple applications on a single
device—saving the board space and reducing the power consumption.
Intel simplifies the time-intensive task of partial reconfiguration by building this
capability on top of the proven incremental compile and design flow in the Intel
Quartus Prime design software. With the Intel solution, you do not need to know all
the intricate device architecture details to perform a partial reconfiguration.
Partial reconfiguration is supported through the FPP x16 configuration interface. You
can seamlessly use partial reconfiguration in tandem with dynamic reconfiguration to
enable simultaneous partial reconfiguration of both the device core and transceivers.
Enhanced Configuration and Configuration via Protocol
Cyclone V devices support 1.8 V, 2.5 V, 3.0 V, and 3.3 V programming voltages and
several configuration schemes.
Table 24. Configuration Schemes and Features Supported by Cyclone V Devices
Mode Data
Width
Max Clock
Rate
(MHz)
Max Data
Rate
(Mbps)
Decompressi
on
Design
Security
Partial
Reconfigurat
ion(18)
Remote
System
Update
AS through the EPCS
and EPCQ serial
configuration device
1 bit, 4
bits
100 — Yes Yes Yes
PS through CPLD or
external
microcontroller
1 bit 125 125 Yes Yes
FPP 8 bits 125 Yes Yes Parallel flash
loader
16 bits 125 Yes Yes Yes
CvP (PCIe) x1, x2,
and x4
lanes
— — Yes Yes Yes
JTAG 1 bit 33 33
Instead of using an external flash or ROM, you can configure the Cyclone V devices
through PCIe using CvP. The CvP mode offers the fastest configuration rate and
flexibility with the easy-to-use PCIe hard IP block interface. The Cyclone V CvP
implementation conforms to the PCIe 100 ms power-up-to-active time requirement.
Related Information
Configuration via Protocol (CvP) Implementation in Intel FPGAs User Guide
Provides more information about CvP.
(18) The partial reconfiguration feature is available for Cyclone V E, GX, SE, and SX devices with
the "SC" suffix in the part number. For device availability and ordering, contact your local Intel
sales representatives.
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Power Management
Leveraging the FPGA architectural features, process technology advancements, and
transceivers that are designed for power efficiency, the Cyclone V devices consume
less power than previous generation Cyclone FPGAs:
Total device core power consumption—less by up to 40%.
Transceiver channel power consumption—less by up to 50%.
Additionally, Cyclone V devices contain several hard IP blocks that reduce logic
resources and deliver substantial power savings of up to 25% less power than
equivalent soft implementations.
Document Revision History for Cyclone V Device Overview
Document
Version
Changes
2018.05.07 Added the low power option ("L" suffix) for Cyclone V SE and Cyclone V SX devices in the Sample
Ordering Code and Available Options diagrams.
Rebranded as Intel.
Date Version Changes
December 2017 2017.12.18 Updated ALM resources for Cyclone V E, Cyclone V SE, Cyclone V SX, and
Cyclone V ST devices.
June 2016 2016.06.10 Updated Cyclone V GT speed grade to –7 in Sample Ordering Code and
Available Options for Cyclone V GT Devices diagram.
December 2015 2015.12.21 Added descriptions to package plan tables for Cyclone V GT and ST
devices.
Changed instances of Quartus II to Quartus Prime.
June 2015 2015.06.12 Replaced a note to partial reconfiguration feature. Note: The partial
reconfiguration feature is available for Cyclone V E, GX, SE, and SX
devices with the "SC" suffix in the part number. For device availability and
ordering, contact your local Altera sales representatives.
Updated logic elements (LE) (K) for the following devices:
Cyclone V E A7: Updated from 149.5 to 150
Cyclone V GX C3: Updated from 35.5 to 36
Cyclone V GX C7: Updated from 149.7 to 150
Cyclone V GT D7: Updated from 149.5 to 150
Updated MLAB (Kb) in Maximum Resource Counts for Cyclone V GX
Devices table as follows:
Cyclone V GX C3: Updated from 291 to 182
Cyclone V GX C4: Updated from 678 to 424
Cyclone V GX C5: Updated from 678 to 424
Cyclone V GX C7: Updated from 1,338 to 836
Cyclone V GX C9: Updated from 2,748 to 1,717
continued...
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Date Version Changes
Updated MLAB RAM Bit (Kb) in Embedded Memory Capacity and
Distribution in Cyclone V Devices table as follows:
Cyclone V GX C3: Updated from 181 to 182
Cyclone V GX C4: Updated from 295 to 424
Updated Total RAM Bit (Kb) in Embedded Memory Capacity and
Distribution in Cyclone V Devices table as follows:
Cyclone V GX C3: Updated from 1,531 to 1,532
Cyclone V GX C4: Updated from 2,795 to 2,924
Updated MLAB Block count in Embedded Memory Capacity and
Distribution in Cyclone V Devices table as follows:
Cyclone V GX C4: Updated from 472 to 678
Cyclone V GX C5: Updated from 679 to 678
March 2015 2015.03.31 Added internal scrubbing feature under configuration in Summary of
Features for Cyclone V Devices table.
Added optional suffix "SC: Internal scrubbing support" to the following
diagrams:
Sample Ordering Code and Available Options for Cyclone V E Devices
Sample Ordering Code and Available Options for Cyclone V GX Devices
Sample Ordering Code and Available Options for Cyclone V SE Devices
Sample Ordering Code and Available Options for Cyclone V SX Devices
January 2015 2015.01.23 Updated Sample Ordering Code and Available Options for Cyclone V ST
Devices figure because Cyclone V ST devices are only available in I
temperature grade and –7 speed grade.
Operating Temperature: Removed C and A temperature grades
FPGA Fabric Speed Grade: Removed –6 and –8 speed grades
Updated the transceiver specification for Cyclone V ST from 5 Gbps to
6.144 Gbps:
Device Variants for the Cyclone V Device Family table
Sample Ordering Code and Available Options for Cyclone V ST Devices
figure
Maximum Resource Counts for Cyclone V ST Devices
Updated Maximum Resource Counts for Cyclone V GX Devices table for
Cyclone V GX G3 devices.
Logic elements (LE) (K): Updated from 35.7 to 35.5
Variable-precision DSP block: Updated from 51 to 57
18 x 18 multiplier: Updated from 102 to 114
Updated Number of Multipliers in Cyclone V Devices table for Cyclone V
GX G3 devices.
Variableprecision DSP Block: Updated from 51 to 57
9 x 9 Multiplier: Updated from 153 to 171
18 x 18 Multiplier: Updated from 102 to 114
27 x 27 Multiplier: Updated from 51 to 57
18 x 18 Multiplier Adder Mode: Updated from 51 to 57
18 x 18 Multiplier Adder Summed with 36 bit Input: Updated from 51
to 57
Updated Embedded Memory Capacity and Distribution in Cyclone V
Devices table for Cyclone V GX G3 devices.
M10K block: Updated from 119 to 135
M10K RAM bit (Kb): Updated from 1,190 to 1,350
MLAB block: Updated from 255 to 291
MLAB RAM bit (Kb): Updated from 159 to 181
Total RAM bit (Kb): Updated from 1,349 to 1,531
October 2014 2014.10.06 Added a footnote to the "Transceiver PCS Features for Cyclone V Devices"
table to show that PCIe Gen2 is supported for Cyclone V GT and ST devices.
continued...
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Date Version Changes
July 2014 2014.07.07 Updated the I/O vertical migration figure to clarify the migration capability of
Cyclone V SE and SX devices.
December 2013 2013.12.26 Corrected single or dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore processor-up to 925
MHz from 800 MHz.
Removed "Preliminary" texts from Ordering Code figures, Maximum
Resources, Package Plan and I/O Vertical Migration tables.
Removed the note "The number of GPIOs does not include transceiver
I/Os. In the Quartus II software, the number of user I/Os includes
transceiver I/Os." for GPIOs in the Maximum Resource Counts table for
Cyclone V E and SE.
Added link to Altera Product Selector for each device variant.
Updated Embedded Hard IPs for Cyclone V GT devices to indicate
Maximum 2 hard PCIe and 2 hard memory controllers.
Added leaded package options.
Removed the note "The number of PLLs includes general-purpose
fractional PLLs and transceiver fractional PLLs." for all PLLs in the
Maximum Resource Counts table.
Corrected max LVDS counts for transmitter and receiver for Cyclone V E
A5 device from 84 to 60.
Corrected max LVDS counts for transmitter and receiver for Cyclone V E
A9 device from 140 to 120.
Corrected variable-precision DSP block, 27 x 27 multiplier, 18 x 18
multiplier adder mode and 18 x 18 multiplier adder summed with 36 bit
input for Cyclone V SE devices from 58 to 84.
Corrected 18 x 18 multiplier for Cyclone V SE devices from 116 to 168.
Corrected 9 x 9 multiplier for Cyclone V SE devices from 174 to 252.
Corrected LVDS transmitter for Cyclone V SE A2 and A4 as well as SX C2
and C4 devices from 31 to 32.
Corrected LVDS receiver for Cyclone V SE A2 and A4 as well as SX C2 and
C4 devices from 35 to 37.
Corrected transceiver speed grade for Cyclone V ST devices ordering code
from 4 to 5.
Updated the DDR3 SDRAM for the maximum frequency's soft controller
and the minimum frequency from 300 to 303 for voltage 1.35V.
Added links to Altera's External Memory Spec Estimator tool to the topics
listing the external memory interface performance.
Corrected XAUI is supported through the soft PCS in the PCS features for
Cyclone V.
Added decompression support for the CvP configuration mode.
May 2013 2013.05.06 Added link to the known document issues in the Knowledge Base.
Moved all links to the Related Information section of respective topics for
easy reference.
Corrected the title to the PCIe hard IP topic. Cyclone V devices support
only PCIe Gen1 and Gen2.
Updated Supporting Feature in Table 1 of Increased bandwidth capacity to
'6.144 Gbps'.
Updated Description in Table 2 of Low-power high-speed serial interface to
'6.144 Gbps'.
Updated Description in Table 3 of Cyclone V GT to '6.144 Gbps'.
Updated the M386 package to M383 for Figure 1, Figure 2 and Figure 3.
Updated Figure 2 and Figure 3 for Transceiver Count by adding 'F : 4'.
Updated LVDS in the Maximum Resource Counts tables to include
Transmitter and Receiver values.
Updated the package plan with M383 for the Cyclone V E device.
Removed the M301 and M383 packages from the Cyclone V GX C4 device.
Updated the GPIO count to '129' for the M301 package of the Cyclone V
GX C5 device.
Updated 5 Gbps to '6.144 Gbps' forCyclone V GT device.
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Date Version Changes
Updated HPS I/O for U484 (19 mm) in Table 11 with '151' for A2, A4, A5
and A6.
Updated Memory (Kb) for Maximum Resource Counts for Cyclone V SE A4
and A6, SX C4 and C6, ST D6 devices.
Updated FPGA PLL for Maximum Resource Counts for Cyclone V SE A2, SX
C2, devices.
Removed '36 x 36' from the Variable-Precision DSP Block.
Updated Variable-precision DSP Blocks and 18 x 18 Multiplier for
Maximum Resource Counts for Cyclone V SX C4 device.
Updated the HPS I/O counts for Cyclone V SE, SX, and ST devices.
Updated Figure 7 which shows the I/O vertical migration table.
Updated Table 17 for Cyclone V SX C4 device.
Updated Embedded Memory Capacity and Distribution table for Cyclone V
SE A4 and A6, SX C4 and C6, ST D6 devices.
Removed 'Counter reconfiguration' from the PLL Features.
Updated Low-Power Serial Transceivers by replacing 5 Gbps with
6.144 Gbps.
Removed 'Distributed Memory' symbol.
Updated the Capability in Table 22 of Backplane support to '6.144 Gbps'.
Updated Capability in Table 22 of Ring oscillator transmit PLLs with
6.144 Gbps.
Updated the PCS Support in Table 23 from 5 Gbps to '6 Gbps'.
Updated the Data Rates (Gbps) in Table 23 of 3 Gbps and 6 Gbps Basic to
'6.144 Gbps'.
Updated the Data Rates (Gbps) in Table 23 of CPRI 4.1 to '6.144 Gbps'.
Clarified that partial reconfiguration is an advanced feature. Contact Altera
for support of the feature.
December 2012 2012.12.28 Updated the pin counts for the MBGA packages.
Updated the GPIO and transceiver counts for the MBGA packages.
Updated the GPIO counts for the U484 package of the Cyclone V E A9, GX
C9, and GT D9 devices.
Updated the vertical migration table for vertical migration of the U484
packages.
Updated the MLAB supported programmable widths at 32 bits depth.
November 2012 2012.11.19 Added new MBGA packages and additional U484 packages for Cyclone V E,
GX, and GT.
Added ordering code for five-transceiver devices for Cyclone V GT and ST.
Updated the vertical migration table to add MBGA packages.
Added performance information for HPS memory controller.
Removed DDR3U support.
Updated Cyclone V ST speed grade information.
Added information on maximum transceiver channel usage restrictions for
PCI Gen2 and CPRI at 4.9152 Gbps transmit jitter compliance.
Added note on the differences between GPIO reported in Overview with
User I/O numbers shown in the Quartus II software.
Updated template.
July 2012 2.1 Added support for PCIe Gen2 x4 lane configuration (PCIe-compatible)
June 2012 2.0 Restructured the document.
Added the “Embedded Memory Capacity” and “Embedded Memory
Configurations” sections.
Added Table 1, Table 3, Table 16, Table 19, and Table 20.
Updated Table 2, Table 4, Table 5, Table 6, Table 7, Table 8, Table 9, Table
10, Table 11, Table 12, Table 13, Table 14, Table 17, and Table 18.
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Date Version Changes
Updated Figure 1, Figure 2, Figure 3, Figure 4, Figure 5, Figure 6, and
Figure 10.
Updated the “FPGA Configuration and Processor Booting” and “Hardware
and Software Development” sections.
Text edits throughout the document.
February 2012 1.2 Updated Table 1–2, Table 1–3, and Table 1–6.
Updated “Cyclone V Family Plan” on page 1–4 and “Clock Networks and
PLL Clock Sources” on page 1–15.
Updated Figure 1–1 and Figure 1–6.
November 2011 1.1 Updated Table 1–1, Table 1–2, Table 1–3, Table 1–4, Table 1–5, and Table
1–6.
Updated Figure 1–4, Figure 1–5, Figure 1–6, Figure 1–7, and Figure 1–8.
Updated “System Peripherals” on page 1–18, “HPS–FPGA AXI Bridges” on
page 1–19, “HPS SDRAM Controller Subsystem” on page 1–19, “FPGA
Configuration and Processor Booting” on page 1–19, and “Hardware and
Software Development” on page 1–20.
Minor text edits.
October 2011 1.0 Initial release.
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