AW: [SPAM] - Re: potential new build hardware, "arndaleboard" samsungexynos 5,2GB ram - Bayesian Filter detected spam
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> Von: Phil Endecott [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Gesendet: Montag, 3. Dezember 2012 19:41
> An: email@example.com
> Betreff: [SPAM] - Re: potential new build hardware, "arndaleboard"
> samsungexynos 5,2GB ram - Bayesian Filter detected spam
> Hi Kevin,
> Kevin Bortis <Kevin.Bortis <at> ruf.ch> writes:
> > Actually, I have one arndale board up and running. Over the weekend I
> > have recompiled our embedded Debian based dist and it is awesome fast.
> > I have attached an 256GB Samsung 830 Series SSD on the SATA3 port and
> > got ~250MB/s write speed (dd from /dev/zero). The board consumes
> > around 4W in idle, 6.2W with one core processing and 8W with both
> > cores near 100% without the SSD. I would say that the overall
> > performance is better than our 1.6GHz dual core Intel Atom board.
> Thanks, that's very useful to know. A couple of questions:
> - Can it be made to power up ON? Or is it always necessary to press a power-
> on button after connecting the power, like certain other boards?
Without modification it does not automatically power up. You can hovewer solder a short over the start switch "SW-TACT1" so it's always "pressed". After that modification it will power up automatically.
> - Does it ship with a heatsink on the CPU? How warm does the CPU package
Unfortunately a CPU cooler is not included in the package. If you the CPU is near 100%, the board begins to act unstable. So there are two options, throttle down the CPU or mount a headsink. I have glued an old passive heatsink from a nordbridge with arctic silver adhesive to the CPU. Now the package is completely stable.
> I am considering putting one in a 1U rack case in a warmish server room for a
> few years...
I don't know if this is the right board for the purpose. It is powerfull for sure, but I think it was put together in a hurry with engineers in mind. But honestly, I don't know how it will perform in the long therm.
> Cheers, Phil.
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