AMD internal documents also suggest A45/A50M/A55E FCH (Hudson-1) use
device ID 438D. Not sure if it's wrong since I don't have a test
According to AMD document A55/A60M/A68/A68M/A70M/A75/A85X use device
ID 780E. There's also this A77E FCH (codename Bolton) which also uses
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On Fri, Jul 26, 2013 at 10:29 AM, Wei Hu <wei(a)aristanetworks.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 26, 2013 at 6:12 AM, Stefan Tauner
> <stefan.tauner(a)student.tuwien.ac.at> wrote:
>> The code names are complicated.
>> Jaguar describes the CPU(APU) architecture (succeeding Bobcat), while
>> Kabini (embedded, htpc, laptops) and Temash (tablets) describe SoC
>> families with those cores.
>> Hudson seems to be the generic code name(!?) for all FCH aka
>> southbridges since sb9xx which came to be when they started with their
>> fusion aka APU development, hence there are multiple generations of
>> Hudson (3 AFAIK, where Yangtze/Salton are #3).
>> The integrated FCH for Kabini and Temash are codenamed "Yangtze" and
>> "Salton" respectively. I am not aware of the previous code names...
>> The only other FCH name i could find is Yuba but that was never
>> released because it was cancelled together with Krishna/Wichita.
> Is it right to call out Hudson for incompatible SPI changes though? We
> might need to call it hudson3 or something. What I seem to see in
> coreboot is they try to bundle compatible changes into hudson and for
> incompatible changes just call it yangtze.