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Resource usage estimation after analysis&synthesis

daehyeok
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Hello,

 

I have a Quartus project that can be successfully compiled for Intel N3000 (i.e., the bitstream is generated). I was wondering if it is possible to get estimated resource usage information after the analysis & synthesis step (before the IP generation step) in Quartus Prime Pro. 

I find the resource utilization report that is available after the entire compilation process, but I was curious if it's possible to get approximate information only after the synthesis step.

If so, could you let me know how to retrieve the information for a given .qpf project file?

 

Please let me know if you need any further information.

 

Thanks,

Daehyeok

 

 

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Nurina
Employee
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Hi,


On Quartus Prime Pro, you need to run IP generation first and then only you are able to run Analysis & Synthesis.


After completing Synthesis, go to Compilation Report->Synthesis and find the Resource Usage Summary report. It might be in the "Partition" folder, you'll have to look through the files/folders in the Synthesis folder for this report yourself.


Regards,

Nurina


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Nurina
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Hi,


On Quartus Prime Pro, you need to run IP generation first and then only you are able to run Analysis & Synthesis.


After completing Synthesis, go to Compilation Report->Synthesis and find the Resource Usage Summary report. It might be in the "Partition" folder, you'll have to look through the files/folders in the Synthesis folder for this report yourself.


Regards,

Nurina


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