Commit 1045ff4d authored by Suman Anna's avatar Suman Anna Committed by Tom Rini
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ARM: DRA7: Fixup DSP OPP_HIGH clock rate on DRA76P/DRA77P SoCs

The commit 1b42ab3e

 ("ARM: DRA7: Fixup DSPEVE, IVA and GPU clock
frequencies based on OPP") added the core logic to update the kernel
device-tree blob to adjust the DSP, IVA and GPU DPLL clocks based on
a one-time OPP choice selected in U-Boot for most of the DRA7xx/AM57xx
family of SoCs.

The DSPs on DRA76xP/DRA77xP SoCs (DRA76x ACD package SoCs) though
provide a higher performance and can run at a higher clock frequency
of 850 MHz at OPP_HIGH instead of 750 MHz. Fix up the logic to use the
correct clock rates on these SoCs. Note that this higher clock rate is
not applicable to other Jacinto 6 Plus SoCs (DRA75xP/DRA74xP SoCs or
AM574x SoCs) that follow the ABZ package.
Signed-off-by: default avatarSuman Anna <s-anna@ti.com>
Reviewed-by: default avatarLokesh Vutla <lokeshvutla@ti.com>
parent ac1ca999
......@@ -180,6 +180,14 @@ u32 dra7_opp_dsp_clk_rates[NUM_OPPS][OPP_DSP_CLK_NUM] = {
{750000000, 750000000, 500000000}, /* OPP_HIGH */
};
/* DSP clock rates on DRA76x ACD-package based SoCs */
u32 dra76_opp_dsp_clk_rates[NUM_OPPS][OPP_DSP_CLK_NUM] = {
{}, /* OPP_LOW */
{600000000, 600000000, 400000000}, /* OPP_NOM */
{700000000, 700000000, 466666667}, /* OPP_OD */
{850000000, 850000000, 566666667}, /* OPP_HIGH */
};
/* IVA voltage domain */
u32 dra7_opp_iva_clk_rates[NUM_OPPS][OPP_IVA_CLK_NUM] = {
{}, /* OPP_LOW */
......@@ -257,6 +265,10 @@ static void ft_opp_clock_fixups(void *fdt, bd_t *bd)
/* fixup DSP clocks */
clk_names = dra7_opp_dsp_clk_names;
clk_rates = dra7_opp_dsp_clk_rates[get_voltrail_opp(VOLT_EVE)];
/* adjust for higher OPP_HIGH clock rate on DRA76xP/DRA77xP SoCs */
if (is_dra76x_acd())
clk_rates = dra76_opp_dsp_clk_rates[get_voltrail_opp(VOLT_EVE)];
ret = ft_fixup_clocks(fdt, clk_names, clk_rates, OPP_DSP_CLK_NUM);
if (ret) {
printf("ft_fixup_clocks failed for DSP voltage domain: %s\n",
......
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