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Thread: Out of memory compiling Arria V design in Quartus II 11.1 (32-Bit)

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    Default Out of memory compiling Arria V design in Quartus II 11.1 (32-Bit)

    Does anyone know the minimum memory requirement for compiling Arria V family designs in Quartus II? I consistently get the following errors when fitting, even for the simplest single component designs:

    Error (114016): Out of memory in module quartus_fit.exe (1611 megabytes used)
    Error (293007): Current module quartus_fit ended unexpectedly

    A similar discussion for the Stratix V family (#30271) suggests that the minimum requirement is probably around 3GB, but does anyone know for sure (or know where to find out this info)?

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Out of memory compiling Arria V design in Quartus II 11.1 (32-Bit)

    http://www.altera.com/literature/rn/...ev_support.pdf

    They say 8GB to 12 GB for the different Arria V devices.

    and 12GB to 28 GB for the different Stratix V devices.

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