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config SOC_AMD_COMMON_BLOCK_SPI
bool
default n
help
Select this option to add FCH SPI controller functions to the build.
This overwrites the structure spi_flash_ops to use FCH SPI code
instead of individual SPI specific code.
config SOC_AMD_COMMON_BLOCK_SPI_DEBUG
bool
default n
config EFS_SPI_READ_MODE
int
range 0 7
default 2
help
SPI read mode to be programmed by the PSP.
The numbers in the options below indicate how many wires
are utilized for command, address and data. For instance 1-1-2
means 1 command, 1 address and 2 data wires.
0: Normal Read (up to 33M)
1: Reserved
2: Dual IO (1-1-2)
3: Quad IO (1-1-4)
4: Dual IO (1-2-2)
5: Quad IO (1-4-4)
6: Normal Read (up to 66M)
7: Fast Read
config EFS_SPI_SPEED
int
range 0 5
default 0
help
SPI Fast Speed to be programmed by the PSP.
0: 66.66Mhz
1: 33.33MHz
2: 22.22MHz
3: 16.66MHz
4: 100MHz
5: 800KHz
config EFS_SPI_MICRON_FLAG
int
range 0 2
default 0
help
For Family 17h Model 00h and later SoC the PSP must be aware if a Micron
part is present in EFS. Automatic detection (option 2) is available
for Family 17h Model 30h-3Fh but is unsupported otherwise.
0: Board does not use Micron parts
1: Board always uses Micron parts
2: Micron parts are optional