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Dollar Cove Architecture

New Contributor I

Is there any public or CNDA required documentation of the Dollar Cove architecture available for me ?



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Hello B-OatPQURE,

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To better assist you, please provide us with the below information:

  • Are you designing or modifying hardware?
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  • Can you please provide us more information, where did you hear about this architecture?

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Maria R.

Intel Customer Support Technician

New Contributor I

Hi Maria.

  • I'm designing and modifying hardware.
  • I'm a developer.
  • I have an account for the community and for FPGA. I want an account for engineering (firmware and hardware).
  • I found the information from Intel public pages. See included picture below.

The data sheets and EDS files for the Z8000 series SoCs has so many errors. The storage cluster for example is totally wrong (copied from the bay trail architecture). PCI device names are not consistent even within the same document.

You can't tell from the documentation which devices that only exist in the T3 version. The default FSP configuration script has SATA enabled, even though it clearly doesn't exist in the T3 version.

As the documentation I have access to is the worst I have ever seen, I have to ask for documentation of the Dollar Cove architecture (T3 = Dollar Cove) to confirm my guesses.   



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