With rapid scaling of semiconductor devices, new and more complicated challenges emerge as technology development progresses. In SRAM yield learning vehicles, it is becoming increasingly difficult to differentiate the voltage-sensitive SRAM yield loss from the expected hard bit-cells failures. It can only be accomplished by extensively leveraging yield, layout analysis and fault localization in sub-micron devices. In this paper, we describe the successful debugging of the yield gap observed between the High Density and the High Performance bit-cells. The SRAM yield loss is observed to be strongly modulated by different active sizing between two pull up (PU) bit-cells. Failure analysis focused at the weak point vicinity successfully identified abnormal poly edge profile with systematic High k Dielectric shorts. Tight active space on High Density cells led to limitation of complete trench gap-fill creating void filled with gate material. Thanks to this knowledge, the process was optimized with “Skip Active Atomic Level Oxide Deposition” step improving trench gap-fill margin.