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ive just finished laying out a uno bare board / breakout board, and ive just noticed the re-set pin (1) resistor is only 1k as compared to 10k on the uno? wondering which one is correct?

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Either.  They will both work.

It's a pull-up resistor.

The lower the value, the more current will be consumed by it.

10K is a "normal" value.  20K is sometimes seen too.  1K is fine, but could be higher.

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