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    Default area report

    Hi

    can anyone please tell me where is the area report in Quartus II?
    I have checked almost every report and still cannot find it
    thank you!

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    Default Re: area report

    In the "Compilation Report" Tab, both for "Analysis & Synthesis" and for "Fitter", you'll find a "Resource Usage Summary" and a "Resource Utilization by Entity" report.

    The navigation pane will also show resource usage.

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    Hi rbugalho,

    I checked the reports you mentioned in post but I still did not get it.
    what I am looking for is something like 423558 (Ám^2), would you help me on this?
    thanks a lot.

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    Default Re: area report

    There is no such thing, it does not make sense for an FPGA.

    Each FPGA model has a fixed amount of resources (LEs, M*K blocks, etc, etc). And a fixed die size.
    Your design may or may not use all the resources in your FPGA, but they're there and the die doesn't magically shrink or increase.

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    Hi rbugalho,

    thank you for the tip!

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