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Old FGPA's and LPM functions

Honored Contributor II

Hi All, 


I'm trying to shoehorn a design into an EPF10k10 and noticed that certain things are MUCH smaller if you use LPM functions. For instance, A loadable counter with sync- and async reset and clock-enable is about HALF of what Quartus (9.x) would synthesize. So if you're tight on resources for an older model, have a look at the LPM functions :-) 


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