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    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.<br>
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    <span style="font-weight: normal;"></span><a
href="http://search.digikey.com/nl/en/products/SST25VF032B-80-4I-S2AF/SST25VF032B-80-4I-S2AF-ND/2297800">http://search.digikey.com/nl/en/products/SST25VF032B-80-4I-S2AF/SST25VF032B-80-4I-S2AF-ND/2297800</a><br>
    <span style="font-weight: normal;"></span><span style="font-weight:
      bold;color: #cc0000;"></span><a
href="http://search.digikey.com/nl/en/products/W25Q64FVSSIG/W25Q64FVSSIG-ND/2815931">http://search.digikey.com/nl/en/products/W25Q64FVSSIG/W25Q64FVSSIG-ND/2815931</a><br>
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    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?<br>
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    On 16-02-12 02:44, Peter Stuge wrote:
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      <pre wrap="">Oliver Schinagl wrote:
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        <pre wrap="">I was pointed to this one: A25L032-F 
<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://nl.farnell.com/amic/a25l032-f/memory-flash-spi-32m-8dip/dp/1907085">http://nl.farnell.com/amic/a25l032-f/memory-flash-spi-32m-8dip/dp/1907085</a>

(There's also a Q version, which I don't think is what I'd want).
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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.


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        <pre wrap="">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)
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Winbond W25Q64CV

But Winbond's distributors AVNET and Digi-Key,

<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://www.winbond-usa.com/winbondcms/Application/member/Distributors.aspx?partno=W25Q64CV">http://www.winbond-usa.com/winbondcms/Application/member/Distributors.aspx?partno=W25Q64CV</a>

only have SO-8 in stock, and you wanted DIP. You could look for
adapters, but then you must do some soldering.

<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://search.digikey.com/scripts/DkSearch/dksus.dll?site=us&lang=en&v=256&WT.z_supplier_id=256&WT.z_page_type=SP&WT.z_page_sub_type=SS&WT.z_oss_type=View+All&chp=0">http://search.digikey.com/scripts/DkSearch/dksus.dll?site=us&lang=en&v=256&WT.z_supplier_id=256&WT.z_page_type=SP&WT.z_page_sub_type=SS&WT.z_oss_type=View+All&chp=0</a>

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.

<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://bios-repair.co.uk/Products/EEPROM/SPI-SerialFlash-EEPROM.html">http://bios-repair.co.uk/Products/EEPROM/SPI-SerialFlash-EEPROM.html</a>

Click Winbond, then there's W25Q64BVAIG 64Mb PDIP top left in the
product listing.


//Peter

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