Potential All-in-One Single Board Computers

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19 Mar 2023 17:09 #267090 by Bari
Another Rpi4 replacement:
wiki.radxa.com/Rock3/3c
linuxgizmos.com/rock3-model-c-board-starts-at-39-00/

RK3566 64bit quad core processor
www.96rocks.com/blog/2020/10/21/rockchip-rk3566-highlights/
Quad-core Cortex-A55, frequency 1.6Ghz
GPU Mali G52
Memory LPDDR4@2112MT/s, 1/ 2/ 4/ 8GB variants

shop.allnetchina.cn/collections/top-new-...oducts/rock3-model-c

wiki.radxa.com/Rock3/downloads

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04 May 2023 17:25 #270650 by royka
SBC with a s912 soc does also work well, did a test with a tv box:
forum.linuxcnc.org/18-computer/39371-res...cnc?start=330#270625

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09 May 2023 07:35 #270996 by Ruddy
Anybody try RK3566 android tv box ?
it’s cheap, I wonder who done test this box ?
 

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10 May 2023 20:32 #271126 by echristley
Could we get another pinned topic called "All-in-One Single Board Computers That Worked"

I think you guys are doing great things, but you're inaccessible to the noobs. I'm looking to get a Bridgeport converted to LCNC. I've got a couple HP computers that I could gut, but I find the SBC compelling for having a compact installation. I just need to throw a little money around.

But, I get lost here. Y'all are into "the kernel loads on this board" and "don't buy that board, this board's ethernet is 5% faster". Which is exactly what you should do, because it is exactly what you want to do. But, I'd like to get a machine running, and then start playing.

So, how about a pinned thread of boards that have been demonstrated to reliably work, and I could feel happy spending some money on?

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11 May 2023 00:05 #271139 by cakeslob
the only thing that is noob friendly and works is the raspberry pi with premade linuxcnc image. not exactly an all in one though. everything else is so fucking hard, all day, every day.

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12 May 2023 02:41 - 12 May 2023 02:43 #271197 by Bari
Use a x86/amd64 PC. This thread was for devs and not for noobs.

Noobs should be looking into this thread  forum.linuxcnc.org/18-computer/39371-res...or-use-with-linuxcnc
Last edit: 12 May 2023 02:43 by Bari.

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13 May 2023 01:07 #271267 by buzzFab
I order one of these the other day, I'll add it to your list of potential boards.
I went with the 16gb/256gb variant

NanoPC-T6
www.friendlyelec.com/index.php?route=pro...oduct&product_id=292
www.rock-chips.com/uploads/pdf/2022.8.26...rief%20Datasheet.pdf
RK3588 
4x ARM Cortex-A76(up to 2.4GHz) 
4x Cortex-A55 CPU (up to 1.8GHz)
3x Cortex M0
Mali-G610 GPU
4GB/8GB/16GB LPDDR4X at 2133MHz
32GB/64GB/256GB eMMC

I really just picked it up for the 2x 2.5G Ethernet ports so I can use one for EtherCat devices and the 12v input so I can embed it in my control box and use an existing DIN mounted Meanwell PSU.  I also paid for the optional M.2 WiFi Card (8822CE) but I don't think I will need it with dual RJ45.  
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18 May 2023 17:58 #271616 by buzzFab
Orange Pi 5 Plus with 16gb ram is available from aliexpress as of today

www.aliexpress.com/item/1005005585029938.html
www.aliexpress.us/item/3256805375595121.html
www.aliexpress.com/item/1005005572414487.htm

This is also a rk3588 SBC similar to the nanopc-t6 i posted above but with no integrated eMMc

I ordered one of these as well 
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20 May 2023 18:15 #271767 by royka
Ordered one too to replace the rk3588s which I'm going to use for LinuxCNC. I'll use it with a Mesa card.

Guglielmi has made a software stepgen driver for this board.
His latency test shows it's a very good all-in one candidate:
forum.linuxcnc.org/18-computer/48079-can...cnc?start=170#271679

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21 May 2023 02:31 #271791 by buzzFab

Ordered one too to replace the rk3588s which I'm going to use for LinuxCNC. I'll use it with a Mesa card.

Guglielmi has made a software stepgen driver for this board.
His latency test shows it's a very good all-in one candidate:
forum.linuxcnc.org/18-computer/48079-can...cnc?start=170#271679

Are you talking about the OPi5 Plus which has a RK3358?
I thought the driver Guglielmi was working on was for the OPi5 which has RK3588S

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