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What is "non-optimized die" ?

Question asked by VDM on Feb 5, 2013
Latest reply on May 5, 2013 by hamard.patrice
Hi all,

I'm looking for buying an 500 x STM32F050K4U6 for production.

I noticed that some parts have a "A" at the end of the part number ( STM32F050K4U6A ), so I looked at the datasheet, on the "part numbering section", and it is written :
A = non-optimized die
Blank = standard die

What's the difference ? Does this mean the "A" version is like "prototypes" ?

Thanks for help.
Best regards,
Vincent.

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