This errata sheet provides information about known device issues affecting Intel® Arria® 10 GX/GT devices. It also offers design recommendations you should follow when using Intel® Arria® 10 GX/GT devices.
The table below describes the Intel® Arria® 10 GX/GT product family lifetime guidance corresponding to VGA gain settings.
|VGA Gain Setting||Device Lifetime Guidance for Continuous Operation 1|
|100°C TJ (Years)||90°C TJ (Years)|
If you are using VGA gain settings of 5, 6, or 7 and require an 11.4-year lifetime, Intel recommends either one of the following guidelines:
- Change the VGA gain setting to 4, and re-tune the link, or
- Limit the junction temperature TJ to 90°C.
|Issue||Affected Devices||Planned Fix|
|Automatic Lane Polarity Inversion for PCIe Hard IP||All Intel® Arria® 10 devices||No planned fix|
For Intel® Arria® 10 PCIe Hard IP open systems where you do not control both ends of the PCIe link, Intel does not guarantee automatic lane polarity inversion with the Gen1x1 configuration, Configuration via Protocol (CvP), or Autonomous Hard IP mode. The link may not train successfully, or it may train to a smaller width than expected. There is no planned workaround or fix.
For all other configurations, refer to the following workaround.
Refer to the Knowledge Database for details to workaround this issue.
Affects: All Intel® Arria® 10 devices.
Status: No planned silicon fix.
|July 2017||2017.07.28||Initial release|