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KYang11
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The Apollo lake (E39XX) CPU used the I/O fabric for internal I/O communication. How to calculate the I/O bandwidth? For example, the I/O fabric is 128b @ 133MHz. How many bps on this I/O bus?

 
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CarlosAM_INTEL
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​Hello, @KYang11​ :

 

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KYang11
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Our customer​ is KOYODENSHI in Japan. They want to make sure the bandwidth is enough for USB3.0 (x2)+USB2.0 (x8) + SATA (x2). When the system is in full loading, the I/O performance is meet I/O fabric design bandwidth. It doesn't have any technical problem.

CarlosAM_INTEL
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​Hello, @KYang11​:

 

Thanks for your clarification.

 

The supported configurations are stated in Tables 3-15 and 3-19, on pages 78 and 81 of the Intel(R) Pentium(R) and Celeron(R) Processor N- and J- Series (Formerly Apollo Lake) External Design Specification [EDS] - Volume 1 of 3 document # 557555. This EDS is accessible to you when you are logged into your Resource and Design Center (RDC) privileged account in the following website:

 

http://www.intel.com/cd/edesign/library/asmo-na/eng/557555.htm

 

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