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Altera MAX V vs MAX II. Any substantial reason to ever consider the Max II?

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JoeN:
The MAX V CPLDs seem better in almost every aspect compared to MAX II, unless you need the higher core voltage for some reason.  MAX Vs are actually less expensive.  What is the MAX II good for other keeping a current design static?

Digikey price for qty 1 for industrial (0°C ~ 85°C) grade:

Model24054012702210MAX II $$6.80$13.30$22.70$36.20MAX V $$4.90$7.50$11.00$19.90
Max V is cheaper.

Typical propagation delays:

Model24054012702210MAX II4.7ns5.4ns6.2ns7.0nsMAX V7.5ns9.0ns6.2ns7.0ns
Max II small devices are faster.  Larger devices have the exact same typical delay.

Max V also has 40, 80, and 160 LE versions.  The 40 LE version is 90 cents!  80 LE version is $1.70.  160 LE is $3.70.

Why Max II?  Any reason?

marshallh:
Max V is newer and smaller die, that's why it's cheaper

Both use on-die eeprom for configuration

miguelvp:
169 LFBGA package 8000 LE $19 Qty 1 ($15 Qty 100) 387078 ram bits and 130 I/O pins.

http://www.buyaltera.com/scripts/partsearch.dll?Detail&name=544-3038-ND

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