[coreboot] flash-chip (and compatibles)
oliver at schinagl.nl
Wed Feb 22 10:35:54 CET 2012
Having trouble ordering from several webshops in Europe (The only want
to send you parts if you order in huge quantities or if you are a
company) I've found the following at digikey in the US.
I know they are 8-SOIC but have ordered (and received) 8-SOIC -> 8-DIP
pcb's so can easily convert between the sockets. I guess these should
work just fine?
On 16-02-12 02:44, Peter Stuge wrote:
> Oliver Schinagl wrote:
>> I was pointed to this one: A25L032-F
>> (There's also a Q version, which I don't think is what I'd want).
> Correct. Q is a WSON package which does not fit at all. Make sure you
> buy farnell nr. 1907085 and nothing else. A25L032-F is indeed the
> accurate manufacturer's part number, if you order somewhere else.
>> I haven't found a 64Mbit chip yet, so I hope I could use a linux
>> kernel as payload using a 4MB one (the current 32Mbit)
> Winbond W25Q64CV
> But Winbond's distributors AVNET and Digi-Key,
> only have SO-8 in stock, and you wanted DIP. You could look for
> adapters, but then you must do some soldering.
> AVNET only have SO-8 stock in Asia. You'll have to pay import fees
> and tax. Digi-Keys f-ing website barfs some idiotic error at me
> whenever I try to use it nowadays.
> You can buy DIP from bios-repair.co.uk, but they only have the older
> revision W25Q64BVAIG. For once they don't charge more than AVNET&co
> in single quantity.
> Click Winbond, then there's W25Q64BVAIG 64Mb PDIP top left in the
> product listing.
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