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Forum: FPGA, VHDL & Verilog why core current of Virtex or Spartan-II is so large?


Author: Ivan Abramovich (ivan2006)
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Do  anybody konwn why the core current of Virtex or Spatran-II is so 
large and the situation is worser when at low temperature.

Author: Sam Singh (helpful)
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Ivan A. wrote:
> Do  anybody konwn why the core current of Virtex or Spatran-II is so
> large and the situation is worser when at low temperature.


Like earlier SRAM -based FPGA have this problem, you look at their 
documents.

Author: Ivan Abramovich (ivan2006)
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which documents? Pls give me more information.

Author: Sam Singh (helpful)
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see attach files.

by the way ,the situation happens not only at low tempture, but also at 
high tempture. you should choose a good power chip.

good luck!

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