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reference:programmable-logic:arty-a7:reference-manual [2018/11/05 21:19]
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 The only difference between the Arty A7-35 and Arty A7-100 are the capabilities of the Artix-7 part. The Artix-7 FPGAs both have the same functionality,​ but the -100 has about a 3 times larger internal FPGA than the -35. The differences between the two variants are summarized below: The only difference between the Arty A7-35 and Arty A7-100 are the capabilities of the Artix-7 part. The Artix-7 FPGAs both have the same functionality,​ but the -100 has about a 3 times larger internal FPGA than the -35. The differences between the two variants are summarized below:
  
-^ Product Variant ​         ^ Arty A7-35           ​^ Arty A7-100 ​         +^ Product Variant ​        ​^ Arty A7-35         ​^ Arty A7-100 ​      ​
-^ FPGA Part Number ​        ​| XC7A35TICSG324-1L ​   | XC7A100TCSG324-1 ​    ​+^ FPGA Part Number ​       | XC7A35TICSG324-1L ​ | XC7A100TCSG324-1 ​ 
-^ Look-up Tables (LUTs) ​   | 5,200                | 15,​850 ​              ​+^ Look-up Tables (LUTs) ​  ​| 5,200              | 15,​850 ​           
-^ Flip-Flops ​              ​| 29,​200 ​              ​65,200               +^ Flip-Flops ​             | 29,​200 ​            ​126,800           
-^ Block RAM                | 225 KB               ​| 607.5 KB             ​+^ Block RAM               ​| 225 KB             ​| 607.5 KB          
-^ Clock Management Tiles   ​| 5                    | 6                    |+^ Clock Management Tiles  | 5                  | 6                 ​|
  
 The board is sold standalone, but requires either a micro USB cable or 7-15V external power supply to be powered. The external power supply must have a coaxial, center-positive connector with 2.1 mm or 2.5 mm internal diameter. When purchased from Digilent, a micro USB cable or suitable 12V, 3A power supply can be added at the time of purchase. The board is sold standalone, but requires either a micro USB cable or 7-15V external power supply to be powered. The external power supply must have a coaxial, center-positive connector with 2.1 mm or 2.5 mm internal diameter. When purchased from Digilent, a micro USB cable or suitable 12V, 3A power supply can be added at the time of purchase.