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Why complicate your design? If a simple, cost-effective SDRAM solution will do, plug it in and go. You already know it's a reliable part. You know it's got all the features you're looking for. Plus it's a solid long-term solution. We have plans to support it for years to come so it's still a good fit for products with long life cycles.

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Density Width Voltage Clock Rate Package Op. Temp.
512Mb x16, x8 3.3V 133 MHz TSOP -40C to +85C
256Mb x16, x8, x4 3.3V 166 MHz, 143 MHz, 133 MHz, 167 MHz TSOP, VFBGA, FBGA -40C to +105C, -40C to +85C, 0C to +70C, n/a
128Mb x32, x8, x16 3.3V 166 MHz, 133 MHz, 167 MHz, 143 MHz TSOP, VFBGA, FBGA -40C to +85C, 0C to +70C, -40C to +105C
64Mb x32, x16, x8 3.3V 166 MHz, 200 MHz, 133 MHz, 143 MHz VFBGA, TSOP 0C to +70C, -40C to +105C, -40C to +85C
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Power Calculator
SDRAM Power Calculator
  • File Type: XLS
  • Updated: 11/03/2009
Technical Notes
This technical note compares the I/O characteristics of the 54nm to the 130nm single data rate (SDR) synchronous dynamic random access memory (SDRAM) die.
  • File Type: PDF
  • Updated: 05/25/2011



Customer collateral describing the benefits of Product Lifecycle Solutions, including Standard Lifecycle Products and Product Longevity Program (PLP)

  • File Type: PDF
  • Updated: 07/06/2016

Our automotive solutions are aligned with industry requirements for innovation, high reliability, and long-term product support.

  • File Type: PDF
  • Updated: 06/23/2016
Compatibility Guide

Compatibility guide for Micron Memory and Infineon XMC Microcontrollers

  • File Type: PDF
  • Updated: 04/12/2016

As you’ve seen in the news in the last year; coming out of every major trade show there is another announcement about autonomous vehicles, also known as self-driving cars. We wanted to take a few minutes to explain Autonomous Driving progression, based on the SAE (Society of...