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Odroid C0

Posted by mconners Top Member Feb 25, 2016
I recently picked up one of these sweet little boards, and I have to say I'm pretty pleased. It is a stripped down version of the Odroid C1+, designed to be lighter, and more configurable to suit your end purpose. It is based on a quad core Amlogic S805 running at 1.5 GHz. It sports 1GB of RAM and both micro SD and emmc slots for storage. Oh, and did I mention it only costs $25. I have to give credit to the folks at ameridroid. I ordered this on a Wednesday night, and it was in my mailbox the f ...
Applies to both the Inforce IFC6410 and IFC6410 Plus   Parts needed:   1x 28MM CPU HEATSINK 1x 5V FAN 1x Epoxy (can probably find it cheaper at a local hardware store) 1x 2-pin header cable (optional). I cut off the HDD LED connector from an old PC and soldered it to my fan. You could also just wrap it around the 5V and GND pins if you want.   Steps:   Heatsink only makes connection with the SoC package but it makes a pretty strong connection from the included sticky/th ...
A bottom mounted cooling solution is best for the Dragonboard 410c due to layout and top-side interference shield with air gap. This will work for all current and future Dragonboards that follow the same 96boards CE spec. Here's a summarization of what you need to do:   Required Items   A drill with a 3/32″ drill bit (or a drill press) 4x 4-40 PHILLIPS MACHINE SCREWS - These are self-tapping screws 4x 4MM M3 SPACERS 1x THERMAL PAD 1x ALUMINUM HEATSINK 2.0" WIDTH. Order 4" in ...

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