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STM32F72 and STM32F73 reference manual?

Question asked by Freddie Chopin on Feb 19, 2017
Latest reply on Feb 23, 2017 by Freddie Chopin

I'm wondering where to find reference manual for STM32F72 and STM32F73 chips? I was able to find the datasheets - directly from the site of the particular chip - but the reference manual is not available from the general STM32F7 page, from specific chip pages and not found with the site search.


For a while I was thinking that these chips are not available at the moment, so the lack of reference manual wouldn't be a problem, but I see that I can buy a NUCLEO board with STM32F72 without any problems, which contradicts that theory (; The chips are also supported by the most recent Cube for STM32F7.


Any ideas? I've started implementing support for STM32F7 in the C++ RTOS I'm working on ( distortos - object-oriented C++ RTOS for microcontrollers  ), and I'd really like to cover as much as possible - it's easier to add more chips at the beginning than to add only some of them and later add more variations (especially when you can expect some differences like in this case).