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Power Analyzer Operating Conditions Used wrong VCCPGM

I'm not sure if this is the right place to report errors of Quartus. If not please move it to proper place:

 

I found a minor bug in Quartus Prime 17.1.

The Power Analyzer Operating Conditions used report shows a wrong VCCPGM.

Configured in Settings is the following:

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Hm I don't know why the images are not shown in post. In editor they were shown :(

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vccpgm.png

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Hello Erich, Thank you for the questions and I apologize for delay in response Can you kindly let me know the device part number you referring too ? When I select the "5CSXFC6D6F31I7ES" Cyclone V family in quartus prime. I could see VCCPGM option such as (1.8V,2.5V,3.0V and 3.3V) as mentioned in the datasheet of Cyclone V family. Note : i am trying to find a way to attach the screen shot of drop down box in VCCPGM. Thank you , Regards, Sree
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Hi Sree!

 

Thank you for your reply! sorry for my late reply, but I did not get an email notification that you wrote a reply! Please Intel improve the forum here a lot!! It is not suitable for such a big company!!

Ok back to your question. I have the issue with the parts: 5CEBA5F23C7 and 5CEFA4F23C6

It happens in Quartus 15.1 as well.

I'll compile at the moment an Arria V project to see results there.

 

By the way my drop down menu looks like:

 

Regards,

Erich

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Again it did not show the image, again please improve the forum!!!

vpgm_drop_down.png

 

Regards,

Erich

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Hello Erich,

Sorry about the forum , But would it possible to change the VCCPGM in the tool according to your design ?

from the drop down box i think yes .

 

Thank you ,

 

regards,

Sree

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Hi Sree!

 

As I wrote in my first Message, I set it under "Operating Settings and Conditions" -> "Voltage" to 3.3V but in Power Analyzer Report it is always 1.8V

 

Regards,

Erich

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By the way same issue for an 5AGXMB1G6F31C6.

 

Look here the setting from the Power Analyzer report:

pgm_settings.png

 

And here the reported Operating Conditions Used:

pgm_report.png

 

Clearly a bug!

 

 

Regards,

Erich

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Sure Erich, Thank you much for the input, Let me talk to software team and come back.. Thank you, regards, Sree
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