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Altera FLEX 10K support

IlyaE
Beginner
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Hello!
We purchased EPF10K100ARI240-3N but have some questions about marking.
The date code of this FPGA is 1731, but they have ink marking that no accept for ADV1601 (change to laser). 
Also marking format is some strange, because EPF10K100ARI240-3N (DEA561731A) no accept adv9909 PCN, they must DBA marking or no? 

Please, can you answer me its right marking?
How it can be? May be these advisory documents dont valid now?
Look at photo.

Best regards,
Ilya

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AminT_Intel
Employee
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I am sorry to tell you that all of FLEX 10K devices have been obsolete for few years. Please refer to this link for discontinuation notice: https://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/programmable/us/en/pdfs/literature/pcn/pdn1619.pdf
 
Please consider to use the latest Intel FPGA devices. You can refer to Intel FPGA Catalog here: https://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/programmable/us/en/pdfs/literature/sg/product-catalog.pdf 

Apart from that, sorry to let you know that, we do not provide part marking verification in order to avoid the devices from grey market.

Intel PSG has its authorized distributor to sale Intel devices. If you got the devices from formal distributors, you shouldn’t worry on the device authenticity as the devices must be valid units. Otherwise, we do not ensure the device quality and do not provide the further service. You may find the authorized distributor list from the link below:
https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/programmable/buy.html
AminT_Intel
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