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how to find the area in slices and the frequency in MHz

ahmedhs
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Is there a way to find the area and frequency after compiling a code?

If there is how?

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ak6dn
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After you are done compiling, look in your design directory.

The DESIGN.fit.rpt will give you the exact usage summary of logic cells, memory, I/O, etc.

The DESIGN.sta.rpt will give you the timing analysis, predicting the maximum clock rate of the design, and worst case critical paths.

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ahmedhs
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Thank you for your response  

But I also want to ask when I open those files do I need to calculate something to get the area and frequency or is it written directly 

I uploaded the files if that would help you answer

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ak6dn
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The info is right in the reports. Do you not see it?
Maximum frequency is displayed at the worst case corner (184.2 MHz).
Percentage utilization of chip resources (2% of logic, no memory used).

What else are you looking for?

In the .sta.txt timing report is this table:

+-------------------------------------------------+
; Slow 1100mV 85C Model Fmax Summary              ;
+-----------+-----------------+------------+------+
; Fmax      ; Restricted Fmax ; Clock Name ; Note ;
+-----------+-----------------+------------+------+
; 184.2 MHz ; 184.2 MHz       ; clk        ;      ;
+-----------+-----------------+------------+------+

 

In the .fit.tx report is the table:

+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
; Fitter Summary                                                                        ;
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------------+
; Fitter Status                       ; Successful - Sat May 14 18:07:14 2022           ;
; Quartus II 64-Bit Version           ; 13.0.1 Build 232 06/12/2013 SP 1 SJ Web Edition ;
; Revision Name                       ; sha3                                            ;
; Top-level Entity Name               ; keccak                                          ;
; Family                              ; Cyclone V                                       ;
; Device                              ; 5CGXFC7C7F23C8                                  ;
; Timing Models                       ; Final                                           ;
; Logic utilization (in ALMs)         ; 1,110 / 56,480 ( 2 % )                          ;
; Total registers                     ; 1683                                            ;
; Total pins                          ; 135 / 268 ( 50 % )                              ;
; Total virtual pins                  ; 0                                               ;
; Total block memory bits             ; 0 / 7,024,640 ( 0 % )                           ;
; Total DSP Blocks                    ; 0 / 156 ( 0 % )                                 ;
; Total HSSI RX PCSs                  ; 0 / 6 ( 0 % )                                   ;
; Total HSSI PMA RX Deserializers     ; 0 / 6 ( 0 % )                                   ;
; Total HSSI PMA RX ATT Deserializers ; 0                                               ;
; Total HSSI TX PCSs                  ; 0 / 6 ( 0 % )                                   ;
; Total HSSI PMA TX Serializers       ; 0 / 6 ( 0 % )                                   ;
; Total HSSI PMA TX ATT Serializers   ; 0 / 6 ( 0 % )                                   ;
; Total PLLs                          ; 0 / 13 ( 0 % )                                  ;
; Total DLLs                          ; 0 / 4 ( 0 % )                                   ;
+-------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------------+

 

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ahmedhs
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Thank you so much 

That was my mistake I didn't see it

Your answer was good enough I don't need anything else for now

Again thank you so much

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RichardTanSY_Intel
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I’m glad that your question has been addressed. With that, I will now transition this thread to community support. If you have a new question, feel free to open a new thread to get the support from Intel experts. Otherwise, the community users will continue to help you on this thread. Thank you.

 

Best Regards,

Richard Tan

 

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