Sorgelig wrote:Terasic is selling another board - DE10-standard: http://www.terasic.com.tw/cgi-bin/page/ ... 1&PartNo=1
From MiSTer point of view it's pretty the same as DE10-nano:
alfishe wrote:If it's another speed grade and other parameters - so twice harder to support as a platform...
ijor wrote: If everything else would be the same (say, upgrading a DE-10 nano to a -6 speed grade), then you could use the same binary without any problems.
alfishe wrote:DE10-Standard + HDMI output FMSC card combo looks weird from user standpoint and cover significant area on a table. So... as a devkit it brings almost nothing except stable speed SDRAM and lack of HDMI can be treated as significant flaw nowadays.
Newsdee wrote:It might be worth it to port MiSTer to it just because of longevity, i.e. between this, the DE10-Nano-SoC and DE0-Nano there is a good chance the cores will remain playable for a very long time even if one or two boards stop being produced.
olin wrote:but there is the DE1-Soc which has almost the same specs as DE10-standard
Sorgelig wrote:ijor wrote: If everything else would be the same (say, upgrading a DE-10 nano to a -6 speed grade), then you could use the same binary without any problems.
except that DE10-nano is Cyclone V SE, while DE10-standard is Cyclone V SX
Sorgelig wrote:DE10-nano also can boot from serial flash (EPCS). There is no difference from DE10-std or DE1-SocKit here.
ijor wrote:One significant difference on the DE-10-Standard is that Linux can bootstrap, at least in theory, from Flash. But the schematics show serial flash as non populated ??? The Flash parameters do are enabled in the U-Boot.
Sorgelig wrote:Booting HPS from FPGA is standard feature of Cyclone V.
Select MSEL switches to boot FPGA from EPCS, then FPGA will be able to kick off the HPS booting from OCRAM filled by FPGA. And so on, continuing to boot from EPCS.
alfishe wrote:Why the question about boot sequence and devices even came to a scene? Booting HPS from sd and then loading bitstream to FPGA is pretty reliable and convenient, also works on every SoC board.
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