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PCH does not work after SLP_A#.

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Hello. There.

I made my own board with COFFEE LAKE H.

If I had known the support page before, I would have requested circuit kendo or artwork kendo... First I made it based on my own datasheet.

I'll use the FPGA to directly adjust the PCH's power sequence.
While looking at the PDG document, I am writing the power sequence control in Verilog.

I am making a control program referring to the '45.4 Power Sequencing' item in the PDG document.
All of the VCCPRIM power is applied to the PCH, and both SLP_SUS# and SLP_A# come out normally.
However, even after pressing the power button, SLP_S5# is always in assert state.
Of course it doesn't go to S4 and S3.
When I press PWRBTN for about 4 seconds, SLP_A# turns off and on, so PCH seems to work.
However, it does not work after S5#.

Could it have something to do with the BIOS?
Both Figure 45-3 and Figure 45-4 in the '571391_CFL_H_PDG' document appear to access SPI FLASH after S5#.

I understood DSW_PWROK -> RSMRST -> PWRBTN -> S5#, but it stopped from S5#.

The assembled CPU is CL8068404165301S RFEJ and the PCH is FH82CM246 SR40E.

If the process does not work after SLP_A#, please review which part to check from.

THANKS

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Hello lkk_vmetech

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Based on your post, we noticed that this seems to be related to custom hardware design and integration with Intel® components (Intel® Xeon® E-2254ML Processor, Mobile Intel® CM246 Chipset).

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Thanks for the reply.
I think I found the wrong board.

We have already signed CNDA.

I will ask this issue again on the embedded bulletin board.

 

Thanks

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