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Which Quartus Device for Cyclone V SoC Chip 5CSEBA6U23I7NDK (DE10-Nano Board)

RZyde
Beginner
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I work with the DE10 Nano Board from Terasic, which uses a Cyclone V SoC chip with the inscription 5CSEBA6U23I7NDK.

Quartus Prime has the following two devices:

5CSEBA6U23I7

5CSEBA6U23I7DK

Both have the same parameters.

 

Are the device names identical?

If not, which is the correct device name?

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a_x_h_75
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Either will (should) work. The 'N' simply refers to RoHS compliance ('N'o lead). The DK indicates the device is an early sample. Neither selection will damage your device.

 

Cheers,

Alex

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a_x_h_75
New Contributor III
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Either will (should) work. The 'N' simply refers to RoHS compliance ('N'o lead). The DK indicates the device is an early sample. Neither selection will damage your device.

 

Cheers,

Alex

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RZyde
Beginner
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Thanks Alex for your answer. Now I can understand the names better.

 

I always use the shorter version and everything works well. Maybe I'll make a comparison later for a bigger project and see if there are differences in compilation or used logic units.

 

Best regards,

Rafael

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