JoeAtari wrote:I was running just fine at 100 MHz at 50 degrees C if the temp display is right.
The nominal resistance and temperature coefficient of the internal die resistor connected
across the thermal sensing pins (THERM1, THERM0) as listed in the User's Manual (rev. 1)
on page 2-16 is incorrect. The correct value for the temperature coefficient is approximately
2.8 ohms/ degree C. The correct value for the nominal resistance is approximately 780
ohms at 25 degrees C.
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