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Memory DE-70

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I have a question about the memory of the FPGA. I use the kit DE2-70 and some IP from Altera (FIFO, RS coding and FFT). By adding a new block, the compilation fail because apparently there is not enough memory (M4K). However I use that 85% of the internal memory of FPGA. Only the ip uses memory. 

Is this normal? 

Is there any way to configure the ips it uses for other types of memories? 

A build option? 


Thank you for the help. 


PS: sorry for my english!
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