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1-1 Typical PCI North-South Bridge System1-2 Sample HT-based System2-1 Example HyperTransport System2-2 HT Address Map2-3 Transaction Flow During Programmed I/O Operation2-4 Transaction Flow During DMA Operation2-5 Peer-to-Peer Transaction Flow2-6 Primary HT Signal Groups2-7 Link Signals Used to Transfer Packets2-8 Link Support Signals2-9 Scalable Link Width and Speeds2-10 Link Widths Supported2-11 Basic HT Device Types2-12 HyperTransport Topology Supporting All Three Major Device Types2-13 Distinguishing Control from Data Packets2-14 HT Virtual Channels2-15 Example Protocol — Receiving Data from Target2-16 Example Protocol — Non-Posted Sized Write2-17 Example Protocol — Posted Sized Write2-18 Example Protocol — Flush Transaction2-19 ...
1-1 Typical PCI North-South Bridge System
1-2 Sample HT-based System
2-1 Example HyperTransport System
2-2 HT Address Map
2-3 Transaction Flow During Programmed I/O Operation
2-4 Transaction Flow During DMA Operation
2-5 Peer-to-Peer Transaction Flow
2-6 Primary HT Signal Groups
2-7 Link Signals Used to Transfer Packets
2-8 Link Support Signals
2-9 Scalable Link Width and Speeds
2-10 Link Widths Supported
2-11 Basic HT Device Types
2-12 HyperTransport Topology Supporting All Three Major Device Types
2-13 Distinguishing Control from Data Packets
2-14 HT Virtual Channels
2-15 Example Protocol — Receiving Data from Target
2-16 Example Protocol — Non-Posted Sized Write
2-17 Example Protocol — Posted Sized Write
2-18 Example Protocol — Flush Transaction