To better manage GTs, the I/O planning windows group the two related I/O diff pairs
and the GT logic object automatically during selection, placement, and moving. The
GT objects are selected as one object and move together, which prohibits illegal
assignment of the GT resources.
If the interactive DRCs are enabled, the noise sensitive I/O pins surrounding the
GTXs are prohibited automatically during port placement. For more information, see
Enabling or Disabling Interactive DRCs.
For information about transceiver placement rules, see the following, depending on
Series FPGAs GTX/GTH Transceivers User Guide (UG476)
Architecture GTH Transceivers User Guide (UG576)
Tip: When placing gigabit ports for 7 series, UltraScale, and UltraScale+, place them sequentially by
right-clicking the ports that need to be placed, selecting Place I/O Sequentially,
and then moving the mouse over the ports in the Package window.
AMD recommends that you begin pin
planning for gigabit transceivers at IP customization. If you are using IP
integrator, begin pin planning at that time.