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Stratix V Student Support

Honored Contributor II

Hi everyone, 

I am studying how to implement a particular algorithm on FPGA and my professor gave me this board (DE5-Net with Stratix V) and I am struggling to understand if I can use any universality program software from Intel to program this FPGA using OpenCL. Is there anyone that can help me? Thanks for the help.
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Honored Contributor II



You are running into the same problem I ran into. The free version of Quartus (Quartus Lite) does not support the Stratix V. In the end, I asked my professor to ask Altera/Intel to donate a license to the University for Quartus Standard/Pro with the corresponding OpenCL and other tools. It tooks about two weeks, but in the end, it was granted. I suggest you do the same and ask your professor to reach out to Altera/Intel...