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Member #183693

Member Since: December 30, 2010

Country: United States

  • The note on the description indicates that they intended to use this on another product that they ultimately didn't create, so this isn't a ding and dent so much as it's just being sold wholesale and as-is.

  • You can only officially clock it up to 10MHz at 3.3v. High requires at least 4.5v.

  • I had just recently purchased this, and the one I received was the ATmega328P. If you send an e-mail to customer service, they can probably confirm this for you.

No public wish lists :(