From: Frank Kern (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Nov 10 2000 - 15:20:20 PST
I have had very good results using the Pentium III FCPGA models.
However, you did point out a typo. The instructions indicate that a 50
ohm model should be used. Instead, they should read:
"Use the Fast/Slow/Si corner model with 56 ohm on-die Rtt."
My apologies for this error. I have contacted our technical marketing
department to make sure the information is corrected.
To address your other point, the die does have an on-die termination
(Rtt). It is a programmable value that is set by placing a resistor at a
sense pin of the processor. The on-die RTT assumes the value of this
resistor if it is within the spec range.
Please let me know if you have any other questions.
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