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The chip is VTU00M but since its only the firmware revision 0xf1 affected, I doubt you identify it externally.
Although if you're getting a pit error during Odin flash, that's 99% attributed to NAND failure anyway so even identifying an SDS affected chip won't really help much. As already stated, it's a mobo replace probably.
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