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There are prudent reasons for not using too much of the FPGA’s resources, because one almost always has to insert more logic to fix a failing timing path or a functionality bug. Even back in college, the digital systems professor made it a rule that we could only use up to 70% of the logic resources for our senior […]

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It is common knowledge that Vivado uses an analytical place and route engine for better and more predictable design closure. As a result, Vivado got rid of the “cost table” (also commonly known as random seeds) user options. What may be less well-known is that designers still have ways to introduce randomness into Vivado placement. Like […]

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