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Radxa And OKdo Reveal RK3588-powered ROCK 5 Board

powerful rock chip (opens in new tab) The RK3588 chipset is back again (opens in new tab), this time in the form of ROCK 5 boards from OKdo and Radxa. It claims to be the first his SBC to support 8k60 video output.

The RK3588 packs eight Arm cores together like other boards like the Raspberry Pi 4. (opens in new tab), there are only four. It has a quad-core 2.4 GHz Cortex A76 unit that provides processing power and his four Cortex 1.8 GHz A55 cores for efficiency and background tasks. Add in this 8 GB of RAM and a Mali G610MC4 GPU (not sure how many cores, but 6 is the max) and you have a board that can tackle a wide variety of tasks.

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SoCs Rock chip RK3588
processor Arm DynamIQ (Quad Cortex – A76 @ 2.2/2.4GHz, Quad Cortex – A55 @ 1.8GHz)
GPUs Arm Mali G610MC4 GPU, OpenGL® ES1.1, ES2.0 and ES3.2, OpenCL® 1.1, 1.2 and 2.2, Vulkan® 1.1 and 1.2 support, built-in high performance 2D image acceleration module
memory 8GB 64-bit LPDDR4 RAM
Power USB Type-C PD version 2.0, 9V/2A, 12V/2A, 15V/2A, 20V/2A. 5V supply applied to GPIO pins 2 & 4.
HDMI Dual HDMI ports supporting displays with resolutions up to 8Kp60 and 4Kp60
row 6 – cell 0 Micro-HDMI input port supporting up to 4Kp60 resolution
GPIOs 40-pin GPIOs
row 8 – cell 0 2 x UART, 2 x SPI bus, 2 x I2C bus, 1 x PCM/I2S, 1 x SPDIF, 1 x PWM, 1 x ADC, 6 x GPIO, 2 x 5V DC power input/output, 2 x 3.3V power out.
USB 2x USB2 host ports
row 10 – cell 0 1x USB3 host port
Row 11 – Cell 0 1x USB3 OTG/Host Port
depository Micro SD/eMMC
size 100.15×74.25mm

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