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Legacy Parallel NOR MCP with PSRAM or LPDDR

Our NOR-Based MCPs are legacy products and are not recommended for new designs. Please contact your local Sales Representative for additional information.

By Density

NOR Density DRAM Type DRAM Density Voltage Package Pin Count
128Mb PSRAM (Sync) 32Mb, 64Mb 1.8V TFBGA 88-ball, 56-ball
256Mb PSRAM (Sync) 64Mb 1.8V TFBGA 88-ball
32Mb PSRAM (Async) 16Mb 1.8V TFBGA 88-ball
512Mb LPDDR 512Mb 1.8V VFBGA 133-ball
64Mb PSRAM (Async), PSRAM (Sync) 16Mb, 32Mb 1.8V TFBGA, VFBGA 88-ball, 52-ball
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Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently asked questions (FAQs) about Micron's Multichip Packages.
  • Updated: 09/30/2015
Customer Service Note
The first section of this customer service note describes the product marks and labels we place on our devices. The second section describes the labels used on and in our packaging.
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  • Updated: 07/19/2017



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