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Cheaper than OPI-PC: OPI-ONE and OPI-Lite are coming!

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Published in 2016-1-8 21:59:22 | Show all floors
bronco replied at 2016-1-8 20:29
Thx, according to specs https://www.olimex.com/Products/Breadboarding/BB-PWR-8113/resources/SY8113 ...

Hopefully it won't kill the boards.. :3

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Published in 2016-1-8 23:40:34 | Show all floors
Edited by dvl36 at 2016-1-9 00:09

It seems there would be switching between 1.1V and 1.3V by H3 GPIO. (U53 - SY8113b, Q5 - switching MOSFET?)
It's possible to change feedback resistors on the fly. (in this case add in parallel?)




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Published in 2016-1-9 00:12:21 | Show all floors
dvl36 replied at 2016-1-8 23:40
It seems there would be switching between 1.1V and 1.3V by H3 GPIO. (U53 - SY8113b, Q5 - switching  ...

Ah, that would be great. And supported: https://github.com/loboris/Orang ... _pc.fex#L1112-L1114

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Published in 2016-1-9 05:41:13 | Show all floors
well, thats a shame... cutting custs in areas like that.
this will make those boards way less power efficient. too bad voltage regulation isnt a part of h3s soc....

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Published in 2016-1-9 17:33:51 | Show all floors
dvl36 replied at 2016-1-8 23:40
It seems there would be switching between 1.1V and 1.3V by H3 GPIO. (U53 - SY8113b, Q5 - switching  ...

Yes the voltage selection will now be done by GPIOs , arrangment will be like   " FEX -> GPIO -> Sy8113b " and as per my information hard coded relation between Clock/Core voltages will be  >>
"1.2GHZ -> 1.3V "
" 624Mhz -> 1.1V"


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Published in 2016-1-11 17:16:57 | Show all floors
shahe_ansar replied at 2016-1-8 14:58
If that's the case, the OPi Lite or it's brother won't be of any use to you.  Mainly because it ha ...

Thanks for you fast response @shahe_ansar!  I have been seeing the LaMaker products too, but also not "thinked" for clusters neither, I saw that the manufactures are just focus by now on "TV" players in the most cases by sad, bored or concerned only in hdmi, 4K yes or not, etc.   Don't understand your point about mSata, I think it's a good solution, easy, just plug inside the same board and run.  Why you say it's outside this world? there are other SBC like intel nuc and other that supports that kind of SSD board disk.  Regards.  Varela

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Published in 2016-1-12 11:32:27 | Show all floors
Edited by Manjup at 2016-1-12 11:45

Is it releaseing on 25th JAN 16?

Which models ONE or Lite
Or both are releasing in 25th


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Published in 2016-1-12 17:52:58 | Show all floors
Manjup replied at 2016-1-12 11:32
Is it releaseing on 25th JAN 16?

Which models ONE or Lite

OP-1 is currently under mass production and will be released on 25th Jan 2016 , Op-Lite is still under development/testing and will be released soon after OP-1 ....

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Published in 2016-1-15 06:35:52 | Show all floors
cgvarela replied at 2016-1-11 17:16
Thanks for you fast response @shahe_ansar!  I have been seeing the LaMaker products too, but also  ...

I know I'm replying really late. Forgive me for that, I currently have a lot going on, trust me. I have a Banana Pro too, it's an awesome SBC, great for development. Pretty much every piece of HW they've released has an awesome community around it, so cluster computing with them won't be a problem. And regarding the Intel NUC, it isn't really what I'd classify as a low cost SBC. That's why I said that it's gonna be hard to find mSATA ports in this part of embedded computers. It's super rare for an SBC to have an mSATA port.

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Published in 2016-1-15 17:55:11 | Show all floors
Thanks @shahe_ansar for your comments!  That my point, nuc (Intel) in general are crazy about prices, then need an SBC, but with mSata and/or PCIe connection like Mac Pro flash disk, are little and very thin SSD disk, ideal for this SBC embedded world I think.  I like a lot Orange Pi, have many thins, just miss an mSata socket connector on the back that can plug an mSata SSD disk board, directly without any cables.  : (
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