I am trying to find a fan-out example for this device. This device comes in a 943-pin BGA with a very unique pin arrangement. This pin arrangement is obviously meant to have a specific fan-out strategy but I cannot find any documentation on how it should be done.
I don't understand your question. It's not a general question about FPGA's if that's what you mean. It is specifically about the package for the PCH chip. I can't find much documentation on it. There is clearly a reason that the pins are positioned the way that they are but I'm unable to find anything that explains it. Attached is a screenshot of the footprint.
The question was asked because you posted in the FPGA / Programmable Devices Forum.
This sub group is meant for questions related to Intel FPGA programmable devices.
You are asking a question about a non-FPGA device in a forum intended for FPGA related questions.
You would be better served by finding a more relevant forum group for Intel processors, for example.
This is where Intel Support directed me after multiple emails. If anyone knows where else I should direct this question that would be nice. I honestly couldn't identify an appropriate category in the support section of the website so I tried the "Developer Zone" which ultimately brought me here.
Noted with thanks ok the explanation as as mention this is a non-FPGA question, allow me to move this to the correct sub forum in order for you to get a quicker and more accurate response.
Thanks for the understanding.
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