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5CGXFC7C6F23I7NSC can be an alternative of 5CGXFC7C6F23I7N

BenSlama
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Hello, 
5CGXFC7C6F23I7NSC can be an alternative of 5CGXFC7C6F23I7N  ?
I note that we don't want to change the HW (voltage) also SW

"SC" suffix in the part number means an option "Internal Scrubbing"


Ahmed

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NurAiman_M_Intel
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Hi,


Thank you for contacting Intel community.


May I know, how did you know the meaning for the 'SC' on the part number?


We could not say 5CGXFC7C6F23I7NSC can be an alternative of 5CGXFC7C6F23I7N as normally devices with additional part number comes from customer as specific order request. These are added to the device part number when a device has under gone additional qualification upon request.


Regards,

Aiman


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BenSlama
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Hello ,

Thanks for your reply,

our need is to assemble 5CGXFC7C6F23I7NSC in place of 5CGXFC7C6F23I7N without modifying HW or SW (pin to pin compatible)

We have seen that this SC suffix in the part number means an option "Internal Scrubbing"

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Also, we notice that in Intel document Cyclone 5 , the Parts that have the SC suffix need higher supply voltage.

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Can we mount the 5CGXFC7C6F23I7NSC  without activation of the Internal Scrubbing option that we don´t need.

Thanks

Ahmed

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NurAiman_M_Intel
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Hi,


Yes, you can used it without activate the Internal scrubbing.


Regards,

Aiman


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NurAiman_M_Intel
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