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Comparison of single-board computers excluding Single-board microcontrollers.

General comparison[edit]

Name Model Release date
armStone A5[1] 2013/02
armStone A8[2] 2011/02
armStone A9[3] 2012
Arndale Board[4] 5250-AA 2012/10
Arndale Octa 2013/10
Banana Pi[5] 2014/03
Banana Pro 2014/12
Banana Pi M2 2015
Banana Pi M3 2015
BeagleBoard D 2012/10
BeagleBoard-xM C2 2010/09
BeagleBone A6A 2011/10
BeagleBone Black C 2013/04
C.H.I.P. 2015/05
Cosmic+ Board[6] 2013/07
Cubieboard 2012/09
Cubieboard 2 2013/06
Cubieboard 3 2013/10
Cubieboard 4 / CC-A80 Octo 2014
Cubox-i[7][8] i2, i2eX, i4Pro 2013/11
Dragonboard[9] Snapdragon 410 (APQ8016) 2015/09
DreamPlug 2011/02
Embest SBC8600B[10] 2013/01
Epic EPX-C380-D 2015/10
Firefly-RK3288[11] RK3288 2014
Firefly-RK3288 Plus RK3288 ?
Firefly-RK3288 Reload[11] RK3288 2016
Foxconn AT-5570[12] 2012/11
Forlinx OK335xD[13] 2013/03
GameStick[14] 2013/11
Gizmo Board[15] 2013/02
GoWarrior[16] TIGER Board 2015/09
Gumstix Overo EarthSTORM[17] + Summit[18] 2012/01
Hackberry A10[19] 2012/09
HiKey[20] Rev A1 2015/02
HummingBoard[21][22] i1, i2, i2eX 2014/07
Inforce 6410[23] Snapdragon 600 (APQ8064) 2013/04
Inforce 6540[24] Snapdragon 805 (APQ8084) 2014/10[25]
Inforce 6410plus[26] 2015/06
Intel Galileo[27] Gen 2 2013/10
Inventami[28] Entry 2015/12
Inventami[28] Full 2015/12
MarsBoard A10 New[29] 2013/03
MarsBoard A20 New[30] 2013/04
MarsBoard RK3066[31] 2014/05
MinnowBoard[32] 2013/04
MIPS Creator CI20[33] ? 2014/08
MiraBox[34] 2014/06
MK802 II ? 2012/08[35]
MK808 ? ?
MTB025 ? 2013/01
MYIR MYD-AM335X[36] 2013/12
MYIR Rico Board[37] 2015/3
MYIR Z-turn Board[38] 2015/3
MYIR MYC-IMX28X[39] 2014/5
NanoPC-T1 2014/01
NanoPi 2 2015/11
NanoPi NEO 2 56 MB, 512 MB 2016/07
Nitrogen6x Rev 3 2013/06
Nvidia Jetson TK1[40] 2014/04
Orange Pi 2015/01
Orange Pi 2 2015/01
Orange Pi Plus 2015/02
Orange Pi Plus 2 2015/02
Orange Pi Mini 2015/02
Orange Pi Mini 2 2015/02
Orange Pi PC 2015/02
Orange Pi One 2016/01
Orange Pi Lite 2016/01
ODROID-C1 2014/12
ODROID-C1+ 2015/07
ODROID-C2 2016/03
ODROID-U3 2014/01
ODROID-W[41] 2014/08
ODROID-XU[42] 2013
ODROID-XU3[43] 2014/08
ODROID-XU3 Lite[44] 2015/01
ODROID-XU4[45] 2015/07
OLinuXino A10 LIME ?
OLinuXino A13 base, MICRO, WIFI ?
OLinuXino A20 LIME, MICRO 2013/06
OLinuXino A20 LIME2 2014/09
Orion R28 Pro 2014
Ouya 2013
PandaBoard ES[46] Rev. 3 2011/12
Adapteva Parallella 2013
pcDuino Lite[47] 2013/10
pcDuino v2[48] 2013/09
pcDuino3[49] 2014/02
pcDuino3Nano[50] 2014/07
PC Engines APU[51] APU.1D,[52] APU.1D4[53] 2014/04
PC Engines APU[54] APU.2C2,[55] APU.2C4[56] 2016/03
phyBOARD-Wega[57] 5V, 12-24V 2013
phyBOARD-Mira[58] Solo, Quad 2014
PINE A64 2015
PINE A64+ 2015
Radxa Rock base, Lite 2014/01
Raspberry Pi Model A, B, A+, B+ 2012/02 (A)
2012/10 (B)
2014/07 (B+)
2014/11 (A+)
Raspberry Pi Zero 2015/11
Raspberry Pi 2 Generation 2 Model B 2015/02
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B 2016/02
Rikomagic MK802 base,[59] +[59] / II[60] ?
RIoTboard ? 2014/01
RouterBOARD RB450G[61] 2012/12
RouterBOARD RB953GS-5HnT[62] 2014/06
Snowball SKY-S9500 2011/08
Supermicro E100-8Q[63][64] 2014/11
TBS 2910 Matrix[65] 2014/01
Tronsmart Draco Octo Meta, Octo Telos  ?
UDOO Dual Basic, Dual, Quad 2013/10
UDOO X86[66] Basic, Advanced, Ultra 2016/11
UP 2016/4
Utilite[67] Value, Standard, Pro 2013/07
Utilite2[68] 4GB, SSD 2015/02
Ventana GW5510 Femto[69] Solo, Dual, Quad 2014
VIA APC 8750 / Rock 2012/05
VIA Springboard VAB-600[70] 2013/11
Wandboard Solo, Dual, Quad 2013
Name Model Release date

CPU, GPU, memory[edit]

Name SoC CPU GPU RAM
Architecture Cores Frequency Size Data rate [MT/s] Data path width [bits] Type
armStoneA5 Freescale Vybrid VF6xx ARM Cortex-A5
ARM Cortex-M4
2 (1 + 1) 500 MHz
167 MHz
512 MB ? 16 DDR3, 4x 12Bit ADC
armStoneA8 Samsung S5PV210 ARM Cortex-A8 1 800 MHz PowerVR SGX540 512 MB ? ? ?
armStoneA9 Freescale i.MX6 Quad ARM Cortex-A9 4 1.2 GHz Vivante GC2000 + GC335 + GC320 4 GB ? 64 DDR3, 4x 12Bit ADC
Arndale Board[4] Samsung Exynos 5 ARM Cortex-A15 2 1.7 GHz Mali-T604MP4 2 GB ? ? DDR3L
Banana Pi[5] Allwinner A20 ARM Cortex-A7 2 1 GHz Mali-400MP2 1 GB ? 32 DDR3
Banana Pro Allwinner A20 ARM Cortex-A7 2 1 GHz Mali-400MP2 1 GB ? 32 DDR3
Banana Pi M2 Allwinner A31s ARM-Cortex-A7 4 1 GHz PowerVR SGX544MP 1 GB ? 32 DDR3
Banana Pi M3 Allwinner A83T ARM-Cortex-A7 8 1.8 GHz PowerVR SGX544MP 2 GB ? 32 LPDDR3
BeagleBoard TI OMAP3530 ARM Cortex-A8 1 720 MHz TMS320C64x @430 MHz, DSP 256 MB ? ? LPDDR
BeagleBoard-xM TI Sitara AM37x ARM Cortex-A8 1 1 GHz C64x, DSP 512 MB ? ? LPDDR
BeagleBone TI Sitara AM335x ARM Cortex-A8 1 720 MHz PowerVR SGX530 256 MB ? 16 DDR2
BeagleBone Black TI Sitara AM335x ARM Cortex-A8 1 1 GHz PowerVR SGX530 512 MB ? 16 DDR3L
C.H.I.P.[71] Allwinner R8 ARM Cortex-A8 1 1 GHz Mali 400 512 MB ? ? DDR3
Cosmic+ Board[6] Freescale Vybrid VF6xx ARM Cortex-A5
ARM Cortex-M4
2 (1 + 1) 500 MHz
167 MHz
? 256 MB ? ? DDR3
Cubieboard Allwinner A10 ARM Cortex-A8 1 1 GHz Mali-400 1 GB 960 ? DDR3
Cubieboard 2 Allwinner A20 ARM Cortex-A7 2 1 GHz Mali-400MP2 1 GB 960 ? DDR3
Cubieboard 3 Allwinner A20 ARM Cortex-A7 2 1 GHz Mali-400MP2 2 GB 960 ? DDR3
Cubieboard 4 / CC-A80 Allwinner A80 ARM Cortex-A15x4/ARM Cortex-A7x4 8 1.3 GHz PowerVR 64-core 6230 2 GB 1600 64 DDR3
Cubox-i2[7][8] Freescale i.MX6 Dual Lite ARM Cortex-A9 2 1 GHz Vivante GC880 + GC320 1 GB 800 32 DDR3
Cubox-i2eX[7][8] Freescale i.MX6 Dual ARM Cortex-A9 2 1 GHz Vivante GC2000 + GC335 + GC320 1 GB 1066 64 DDR3
Cubox-i4Pro[7][8] Freescale i.MX6 Quad ARM Cortex-A9 4 1 GHz Vivante GC2000 + GC335 + GC320 2 GB 1066 64 DDR3
Dragonboard 410c Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 ARM Cortex-A53 4 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Adreno 306 1 GB 1066 ? LPDDR3
DreamPlug Marvell Kirkwood 88F6281 ARM9E 1 1.2 GHz N/A 512 MB ? ? DDR2
Embest SBC8600B[10] TI Sitara AM3359 ARM Cortex-A8 1 720 MHz PowerVR SGX530 512 MB ? 16 DDR3
Firefly-RK3288[11] Rockchip RK3288 ARM Cortex-A12 4 1.8 GHz ARM Mali-T764 2 GB ? 32 DDR3
Firefly-RK3288 Plus 4 GB
Firefly-RK3288 Reload 2 GB
GameStick[14] Amlogic 8726-MX ARM Cortex-A9 2 1 GHz Mali-400 1 GB ? ? DDR3
Gizmo Board[15] AMD Embedded G-Series T40E APU[72] x86-64 Bobcat 2 1 GHz Radeon HD 6250 1 GB ? 64 DDR3
GoWarrior[16] ALi M3733-AFAAA ARM Cortex-A9 2 1 GHz Mali-400MP2 1 GB 1600 64 DDR3
Gumstix Overo EarthSTORM[17] + Summit[18] TI Sitara AM3703 ARM Cortex-A8 1 1 GHz ? 512 MB ? ? LPDDR
Hackberry A10[19] Allwinner A10 ARM Cortex-A8 1 1 GHz Mali-400 1 GB ? ? DDR3
HiKey HiSilicon Kirin 620 ARM Cortex-A53 8 1.2 GHz Mali-450 MP4 1 GB 1600 64 LPDDR3
HummingBoard i1[21][22] Freescale i.MX6 Solo ARM Cortex-A9 1 1 GHz Vivante GC880 + GC320 512 MB 800 32 DDR3
HummingBoard i2[21][22] Freescale i.MX6 Dual Lite ARM Cortex-A9 2 1 GHz Vivante GC880 + GC320 1 GB 800 64 DDR3
HummingBoard i2eX[21][22] Freescale i.MX6 Dual ARM Cortex-A9 2 1 GHz Vivante GC2000 + GC355 + GC320 1 GB 1066 64 DDR3
Inforce 6410[23] Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 (APQ8064M) Krait 4 1.7 GHz Adreno 320 @400 MHz 2 GB 1066 ? DDR3
Inforce 6540[24][73] Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 (APQ8084) Krait 450 4 2.5 GHz Adreno 420 @600 MHz 2 GB ? ? LP-DDR3
Inforce 6410plus[26] Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 (APQ8064M) Krait 4 1.7 GHz Adreno 320 @400 MHz 2 GB 1066 ? DDR3
Intel Galileo Gen 2[27] Intel Quark SoC X1000 x86 Quark 1 400 MHz N/A 256 MB 800 ? DDR3
Inventami Entry[28] Freescale i.MX6 Dual ARM Cortex-A9 2 1 GHz Vivante GC2000 + GC335 + GC320 1 GB 1066 64 DDR3
Inventami Full[28] Freescale i.MX6 Quad ARM Cortex-A9 4 1 GHz Vivante GC2000 + GC335 + GC320 1 GB 1066 64 DDR3
MarsBoard A10 New[29] Allwinner A10 ARM Cortex-A8 1 ? Mali-400MP2 1 GB 960 ? DDR3
MarsBoard A20 New[30] Allwinner A20 ARM Cortex-A7 2 1 GHz Mali-400MP2 1-2 GB 960 ? DDR3
MarsBoard RK3066[31] Rockchip RK3066 ARM Cortex-A9 2 1.6 GHz Mali-400MP4 1-2 GB ? ? DDR3
MinnowBoard[32] Intel Atom E640 x86 Bonnell 1 1 GHz Intel GMA600 1 GB ? 64 DDR2
MIPS Creator CI20[33] Ingenic JZ4780 Ingenic XBurst (mips32 rev.2) 2 1.2 GHz PowerVR SGX540 1 GB ? 32 DDR3
MiraBox[34] Marvell Armada 370 ARMv7 1 1.2 GHz N/A 1 GB 1333 16 DDR3L
MK802 II Allwinner A10 ARM Cortex-A8 1 1 GHz Mali-400 1 GB 960 ? DDR3
MK808 Rockchip RK3066 ARM Cortex-A9 2 1.6 GHz Mali-400MP4 @250 MHz 1 GB ? ? DDR3
MTB025 WonderMedia WM8850 ARM Cortex-A8 1 1.2 GHz Mali-400 512 MB ? ? ?
MYIR MYD-AM335X[36] TI Sitara AM335x ARM Cortex-A8 1 800-1000 MHz PowerVR SGX530 (optional) 512 MB ? 16 DDR3
NanoPC T1 Samsung Exynos 4 (4412) ARM Cortex-A9 4 ? Mali-400MP4 1 GB 960 ? DDR3
NanoPi 2 Samsung S5P4418 ARM Cortex-A9 4 1.4 GHz ? 1 GB ? 32 DDR3
NanoPi NEO Allwinner H3 ARM Cortex-A7 4 1.2 GHz ARM Mali-400 MP2 256 or 512 MB 864 16 DDR3
Nitrogen6x[74] Freescale i.MX6 Quad ARM Cortex-A9 4 1 GHz Vivante GC2000 + GC355 + GC320 1 GB (2 GB option) 1066 64 DDR3
Nvidia Jetson TK1[40] Nvidia Tegra K1 ARM Cortex-A15
"low-power core"
5 (4 + 1) 2.3 GHz
?
Nvidia GK20A (192 CUDA cores) @950 MHz 2 GB 933 64 DDR3L
Orange Pi Allwinner A20 ARM Cortex-A7 2 ? ARM Mali-400 MP2 1 GB ? 32 DDR3
Orange Pi Mini ? ?
Orange Pi 2 Allwinner H3 4 1.536 GHz[note 1] ARM Mali-400 MP2 @600 MHz ? 32
Orange Pi Mini 2 ?
Orange Pi PC ?
Orange Pi Plus ?
Orange Pi Plus 2 2 GB ?
Orange Pi One 1.2 GHz [note 2] 512 MB ? ?
Orange Pi Lite ? ?
ODROID-C1/C1+ Amlogic S805 ARM Cortex-A5 4 1.5 GHz Mali-450MP @600 MHz 1 GB ? 32 DDR3
ODROID-C2 Amlogic S905 ARM Cortex-A53 4 2 GHz Mali-450MP3 +2VS @700 MHz 2 GB ? 64 DDR3
ODROID-U3 Samsung Exynos 4 Quad ARM Cortex-A9 4 1.7 GHz Mali-400MP4 @440 MHz 2 GB 880 ? LPDDR2
ODROID-W[41] Broadcom BCM2835 ARM11 1 700 MHz Broadcom VideoCore IV 512 MB ? 32 LPDDR2
ODROID-XU[42] Samsung Exynos 5 Octa (5410) ARM Cortex-A15
ARM Cortex-A7
8 (4 + 4) 1.7 GHz
1.2 GHz
PowerVR SGX544MP3 @600 MHz 2 GB 800 32 LPDDR3
ODROID-XU3[43] Samsung Exynos 5 Octa (5422) ARM Cortex-A15
ARM Cortex-A7
8 (4 + 4) 2 GHz
1.4 GHz
ARM Mali-T628 @695 MHz 2 GB 933 32[75] DDR3L
ODROID-XU4[45] Samsung Exynos 5 Octa (5422) ARM Cortex-A15
ARM Cortex-A7
8 (4 + 4) 2 GHz
1.4 GHz
ARM Mali-T628 @695 MHz 2 GB 933 32[75] DDR3L
ODROID-XU3 Lite[44] Samsung Exynos 5 Octa (5422) ARM Cortex-A15
ARM Cortex-A7
8 (4 + 4) 1.8 GHz
1.3 GHz
ARM Mali-T628 @695 MHz 2 GB 933 32[75] DDR3L
OLinuXino A10 LIME Allwinner A10 ARM Cortex-A8 1 1 GHz Mali-400 512 MB ? ? DDR3
OLinuXino A13 Allwinner A13 ARM Cortex-A8 1 1 GHz Mali-400 512 MB ? 32 DDR3
OLinuXino A13 MICRO Allwinner A13 ARM Cortex-A8 1 1 GHz Mali-400 256 MB ? 16 DDR3
OLinuXino A13 WIFI Allwinner A13 ARM Cortex-A8 1 1 GHz Mali-400 512 MB ? 16 DDR3
OLinuXino A20 LIME Allwinner A20 ARM Cortex-A7 2 1 GHz Mali-400MP2 512 MB ? ? DDR3
OLinuXino A20 LIME2 Allwinner A20 ARM Cortex-A7 2 1 GHz Mali-400MP2 1 GiB ? 32 DDR3
OLinuXino A20 MICRO Allwinner A20 ARM Cortex-A7 2 1 GHz Mali-400MP2 1 GB ? ? DDR3
Ouya Nvidia Tegra 3 T33-P-A3 ARM Cortex-A9 4 1.7 GHz Nvidia ULP GeForce 1 GB 1600 ? DDR3
PandaBoard ES[46] TI OMAP4460 ARM Cortex-A9 2 1.2 GHz PowerVR SGX540 1 GB ? ? LPDDR2
pcDuino Lite[47] Allwinner A10 ARM Cortex-A8 1 1 GHz Mali-400 512 MB ? ? ?
pcDuino v2[48] Allwinner A10 ARM Cortex-A8 1 1 GHz Mali-400 1 GB ? ? ?
pcDuino3[49] Allwinner A20 ARM Cortex-A7 2 1 GHz Mali-400MP2 1 GB ? ? ?
pcDuino3Nano[50] Allwinner A20 ARM Cortex-A7 2 1 GHz Mali-400MP2 1 GB ? ? ?
PC Engines APU.1D AMD Embedded G-Series T40E APU x86-64 Bobcat 2 1 GHz N/A (disabled in BIOS) 2 GB 1066 64 DDR3
PC Engines APU.1D4 AMD Embedded G-Series T40E APU x86-64 Bobcat 2 1 GHz N/A (disabled in BIOS) 4 GB 1066 64 DDR3
PC Engines APU.2C2 AMD Embedded G-Series GX-412TC APU x86-64 Jaguar 4 1 GHz N/A 2 GB 1333 64 DDR3
PC Engines APU.2C4 AMD Embedded G-Series GX-412TC APU x86-64 Jaguar 4 1 GHz N/A 4 GB 1333 64 DDR3 ECC
phyBOARD-Wega TI Sitara AM335x ARM Cortex-A8 1 800 MHz PowerVR SGX530 512 MB  ?  ? DDR3
phyBOARD-Mira Freescale i.MX6 ARM Cortex-A9 4 1 GHz N/A 1 GB  ?  ? DDR3
PINE A64 Allwinner A64 ARM Cortex-A53 4 1.2 GHz Mali-400MP2 512MB  ? 64 DDR3
Radxa Rock Rockchip RK3188 ARM Cortex-A9 4 1.6 GHz Mali-400MP4 2 GB ? ? DDR3
Radxa Rock Lite Rockchip RK3188 ARM Cortex-A9 4 1.6 GHz Mali-400MP4 1 GB ? ? DDR3
Raspberry Pi Model A / B rev 1 Broadcom BCM2835 ARM11 1 700 MHz Broadcom VideoCore IV 256 MB ? ? ?
Raspberry Pi Model B rev 2 / B+ Broadcom BCM2835 ARM11 1 700 MHz Broadcom VideoCore IV 512 MB ? ? ?
Raspberry Pi 2 Model B Broadcom BCM2836 ARM Cortex-A7 4 900 MHz Broadcom VideoCore IV 1 GB ? ? LPDDR2
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Broadcom BCM2837 ARM Cortex-A53 4 1.2 GHz Broadcom VideoCore IV 1 GB ? ? LPDDR2
Raspberry Pi Zero Broadcom BCM2835 ARM11 1 1 GHz Broadcom VideoCore IV 512 MB ? ? LPDDR2
Rico Board (MYIR) TI AM437x ARM Cortex-A9 1 1 GHz 512MB DDR3
Rikomagic MK802[59] Allwinner A10 ARM Cortex-A8 1 1 GHz AMD Z430/Z160 512 MB ? ? DDR3
Rikomagic MK802+[59] / MK802 II[60] Allwinner A10 ARM Cortex-A8 1 1 GHz AMD Z430/Z160 1 GB ? ? DDR3
RIoTboard Freescale i.MX6 Solo ARM Cortex-A9 1 1 GHz Vivante GC880 + GC320 1 GB ? ? DDR3
RouterBOARD RB450G[61] Qualcomm Atheros AR7161 MIPS 24K 1 680 MHz N/A 256 MB ? ? DDR
RouterBOARD RB953GS-5HnT[62] Qualcomm Atheros QCA9558 MIPS 74Kc 1 720 MHz N/A 128 MB ? ? DDR2
Snowball SKY-S9500 ? ARM Cortex-A9 2 1 GHz Mali-400 1 GB ? ? LPDDR2
Supermicro E100-8Q[63] Intel® Quark™ SoC X1021[76] x86 Quark 1 400 MHz N/A 512 MB 800/1600 MHz  ? DDR3 ECC
TBS 2910 Matrix[65] Freescale i.MX6 Quad ARM Cortex-A9 4 1 GHz Vivante GC2000 + GC335 + GC320 2 GB ? ? DDR3
Tronsmart Draco Meta Allwinner A80 ARM Cortex-A15x4/ARM Cortex-A7x4 8 1.3 GHz PowerVR 64-core 6230 2 GB 1600 64 DDR3
Tronsmart Draco Telos Allwinner A80 ARM Cortex-A15x4/ARM Cortex-A7x4 8 1.3 GHz PowerVR 64-core 6230 4 GB 1600 64 DDR3
UDOO Dual Basic Freescale i.MX6 Dual Lite
Atmel SAM3X8E
ARM Cortex-A9
ARM Cortex-M3
3 (2 + 1) 1 GHz
84 MHz
Vivante GC880 + GC320 1 GB 800 32 DDR3
UDOO Dual Freescale i.MX6 Dual Lite
Atmel SAM3X8E
ARM Cortex-A9
ARM Cortex-M3
3 (2 + 1) 1 GHz
84 MHz
Vivante GC880 + GC320 1 GB 800 32 DDR3
UDOO Quad Freescale i.MX6 Quad
Atmel SAM3X8E
ARM Cortex-A9
ARM Cortex-M3
5 (4 + 1) 1 GHz
84 MHz
Vivante GC2000 + GC355 + GC320 1 GB 1066 64 DDR3
UDOO X86 Advanced Intel N3160 x86 4 2.24 GHz Intel® HD 400 Graphics, 12 execution units up to 640 MHz 4 GB ? ? DDR3L DUAL CHANNEL
UDOO X86 Basic Intel x5-E8000 x86 4 2 GHz Intel® HD Graphics 12 execution uints up to 320 MHz 2 GB ? ? DDR3L
UDOO X86 Ultra Intel N3710 x86 4 2.56 GHz Intel® HD 405 Graphics, 16 execution units up to 700 MHz 8 GB ? ? DDR3L DUAL CHANNEL
UP Intel x5-Z8350 x86-64 4 1.44 GHz Intel® HD 400 Graphics, 12 EU GEN 8, up to 500 MHz 1/2/4 GB 1600 64 DDR3L
Utilite Pro[67] Freescale i.MX6 Quad ARM Cortex-A9 4 1.2 GHz Vivante GC2000 + GC355 + GC320 2 GB 1066 ? DDR3
Utilite Standard[67] Freescale i.MX6 Dual ARM Cortex-A9 2 1 GHz Vivante GC2000 + GC355 + GC320 2 GB 1066 ? DDR3
Utilite Value[67] Freescale i.MX6 Solo ARM Cortex-A9 1 1 GHz Vivante GC880 + GC320 512 MB 1066 ? DDR3
VIA APC 8750 / Rock WonderMedia WM8750 ARM1176JZF 1 800 MHz Mali-200 512 MB ? ? DDR3
VIA Springboard VAB-600[70] WonderMedia WM8950 ARM Cortex-A9 1 800 MHz Mali-400 1 GB 1066 32 DDR3
Wandboard Dual Freescale i.MX6 Dual ARM Cortex-A9 2 1 GHz Vivante GC880 + GC320 1 GB ? ? DDR3
Wandboard Quad Freescale i.MX6 Quad ARM Cortex-A9 4 1 GHz Vivante GC2000 + GC355 + GC320 2 GB ? ? DDR3
Wandboard Solo Freescale i.MX6 Solo ARM Cortex-A9 1 1 GHz Vivante GC880 + GC320 512 MB ? ? DDR3
Z-turn Board (MYIR) Xilinx XC7Z010-1CLG400C or XC7Z020-1CLG400C ARM Cortex-A9 + FPGA 2 667 MHz 1GB DDR3
Name SoC Architecture Cores Frequency GPU Size Data rate [MT/s] Data path width [bits] Type
CPU RAM
  1. ^ This requires 1.5 V, which is above the recommended maximum and heats up the chip quickly without proper cooling, which in turn lowers the frequency and voltage or even completely turns off processor cores to let the temperature drop.
  2. ^ The Orange Pi One and Lite use a different voltage regulator compared to the previous H3-based Orange Pi boards. This regulator will be operating at at most 1.3 V, likely resulting in a maximum frequency of 1.2 GHz.[1]

I/O interfaces and ports[edit]

Name PCIe USB Storage Networking Communication Generic I/O Other interfaces
2.0 3.0 Device On-board Flash slots SATA Eth. Wi-Fi Bt. I²C SPI GPIO Analog
armStoneA5 No 2 No 1 1 GB Flash µSD Slot No 10/100 No No Yes Yes ? ? CAN, UART, Audio, Digital I/O, Touch Panel
armStoneA8 No 1 No 1 1 GB Flash No No 10/100 No No Yes Yes ? ? CAN, Audio, Digital I/O, Touch Panel
armStoneA9 1 mini 4 No 1 1 GB Flash SD Yes GbE No No Yes Yes ? ? CAN, UART, Audio, Digital I/O, Touch Panel
Arndale Board[77][78] No 2 1 OTG 4GB eMMC microSD SATA 3.0 100 a/b/g/n (AR6003) 4.0 BR/EDR + BLE ? ? Opt. ? JTAG, RS232, MIPI DSI, Audio
Banana Pi[5] No 2 No OTG No SD SATA 2.0 GbE No No Yes Yes 80 12-Bit-ADC (CON1 for Touch) CSI, UART
Banana Pi M2 No 2 No OTG No microSD No GbE a/b/g/n No Yes Yes 40 12-Bit-ADC (CON1 for Touch) CSI, UART
Banana Pi M3 No 2 No OTG No microSD SATA 2.0 GbE a/b/g/n 4.0 Yes Yes 40 12-Bit-ADC (CON1 for Touch) CSI, UART
BeagleBoard No 1 No OTG 512 MB Flash SD No No No No ? ? Yes No
BeagleBoard-xM No 4 No Yes ? SD No 10/100 No No ? ? ? ? ?
BeagleBone No 1 No Device 4 GB Flash microSD No 10/100 No No Yes Yes 66 12-bit ADC CAN, UART
BeagleBone Black No 1 No Device 4 GB eMMC microSD No 10/100 No No Yes Yes 66 12-bit ADC CAN, UART
C.H.I.P.[79][80] No 2 No No 4 GB No No No a/b/g/n 4.0 Yes ? Yes ? UART, PWM
Cosmic+ Board[6] No 1 No OTG 512 MB Flash microSD (SDHC) No 10/100 No No Yes Yes 120 12-bit ADC, 12-bit DAC, PWM CAN, JTAG, OpenSDA, RS-232
Cubieboard, Cubieboard 2 No 2 No OTG 4 GB Flash microSD SATA 2.0 10/100 No No Yes Yes Yes No UART, AudioIn, IR
Cubieboard 3 No 3 No OTG 8 GB Flash microSD SATA 2.0 GbE a/b/g/n (BCM4329) 2.1 + EDR Yes Yes Yes ? IrDA, UART
CuBox-i2[7][8] No 2 No No No microSD No 10/100 n opt. Opt. No No ? No S/PDIF, CIR rx
CuBox-i2eX[7][8] No 2 No RS-232 No microSD eSATA 2.0 GbE n opt. Opt. No No ? No S/PDIF, CIR rx/tx
CuBox-i4Pro[7][8] No 2 No RS-232 No microSD eSATA 2.0 GbE b/g/n (BCM4329) 2.1 + EDR No No ? No S/PDIF, CIR rx/tx
Dragonboard 410c No 2 No 1 8 GB eMMC microSD No No a/b/g/n (2.4 GHz) 4.1 Yes Yes 12 No UART, I2S, 2-lane + 4-lane CSI, USB (expansion), GPS (onboard antenna)
DreamPlug No 2 No No 4 GB microSD microSD eSATA 2.0 2x GbE b/g/n (88W8787) 3.0 + HS No No 7 No JTAG, UART
Embest SBC8600B[10] No 2 No OTG 512 MB Flash microSD No 2x GbE No No No Yes Yes 12-bit ADC CAN-2, RS-232, RS-485
Firefly-RK3288 (Plus)[11] No 6 No OTG 16 eMMC microSD No GbE RTL8211E a/b/g/n/ac AP6335 4.0 + BLE Yes Yes Yes Yes I2S, IR, UART, MIPI CSI
Firefly-RK3288 Reload[11] No 3 No OTG 16 eMMC microSD SATA 2.0 GbE RTL8211E a/b/g/n/ac AP6335 4.0 + BLE Yes Yes Yes Yes I2S, IR, UART, MIPI CSI, DVP
GameStick[14] No 1 No No 8 GB Flash microSD No Dock b/g/n 4.0 LE No No ? No
Gizmo Board[15] No 2 No No No No Yes GbE No No No Yes ? ADC, DAC JTAG, extra connectors
GoWarrior[16] No 2 No OTG 4 GB Flash microSD No 10/100 b/g/n 4.0 Yes Yes Yes PWM UART, Audio, DIgital I/O, JTAG connector reserved on the board.
Gumstix Overo EarthSTORM[17] + Summit[18] No 2 No OTG 512 MB Flash microSD No No No No No No Yes ADC, PWM ?
Hackberry A10[19] No 2 No No 4 GB Flash SDHC No 10/100 b/g/n (RTL8188) No No No ? No RS-232 header
HiKey No 2 No 1 4 GB eMMC microSD No No a/b/g/n 4.0 Yes Yes 12 No UART, USB (expansion)
HummingBoard-i1/2[21][22] No 2 No ? No microSD (UHS) No 10/100 No No Yes Yes 8 No CSI-2, FlexCAN, UART
HummingBoard-i2eX[21][22] 1 mini 2 No ? No microSD (UHS) mSATA GbE No No Yes Yes 8 No CIR rx, CSI-2, FlexCAN, UART
IFC6410[81] No 2 No OTG 4 GB eMMC microSD Yes GbE (AR8151) a/b/g/n (QCA6234) 4.0 (QCA6234) Yes Yes 8 No CSI-2, UART, UIM
IFC6540[73][82] No 2 2 OTG 4 GB eMMC microSD Yes GbE a/b/g/n/ac (2.4 GHz/5 GHz) 4.1 Yes Yes Yes No GPS, 2 x MIPI-DSI and Touch Screen, 3 x MIPI-CSI, RS-232, I2C, SPI, UART, and MPPs
Intel Galileo Gen 2[27] 1 mini 1 No Client 8 MB Flash + 8 KB EEPROM SD No 10/100 No No Yes Yes 20 12-bit ADC, 6 PWM Arduino 1.0 headers, JTAG, 6x UART
Inventami Entry[28] 1 mini 2 + 1 header No OTG 4 GB eMMC microSD mSATA GbE No No Yes Yes 46 No FPGA ETH, FPGA GPIO, CAN, UART, RS-232, LVDS+Touch Panel
Inventami Full[28] 1 mini 2 + 1 header No OTG 16 GB eMMC microSD mSATA GbE No No Yes Yes 50 No FPGA ETH, FPGA GPIO, FPGA SerDes, CAN, UART, RS-232, LVDS+Touch Panel
MarsBoard A10/A20 New[29][30] No 4 No OTG 8 GB Flash microSD Yes 10/100 b/g/n (RTL8188) No No No ? No CIF, UART
MarsBoard RK3066[31] No 4 No OTG 4 GB Flash microSD No 10/100 b/g/n (RTL8188) No No No ? No CIF, UART
MinnowBoard[32] No 2 No Device No microSD Yes GbE No No No No 14 No JTAG
MIPS Creator CI20[33] No 2 No OTG 8 GB Flash SD No 10/100 b/g/n (BCM4330) 4.0 (BCM4330) Yes Yes 25 ADC UART, JTAG
MiraBox[34] 1 mini 1 3 No 1 GB Flash microSD No 2x GbE b/g/n (88W8787) 3.0 No No 40 No JTAG
MK802 II No 2 No OTG 4 GB Flash microSD No No b/g/n No No No No No ?
MK808 No 2 No OTG 8 GB Flash microSD No No b/g/n No No No No No ?
MTB025 No 1 No No 4 GB Flash ? No No b/g/n No No No No No ?
MYIR MYD-AM335X[36] No 4 No OTG 512 MB Flash SD No 2x GbE No No Yes Yes No ADC, PWM CAN, 2x RS-232, RS-485
NanoPC-T1 No 2 No OTG 8 GB Flash SD Yes 10/100 No No No No ? No CIF, UART
NanoPi 2 No 1 No OTG No 2x microSD No No b/g/n (AP6212) 4.0 + LE (AP6212) Yes Yes Yes PWM UART
NanoPi NEO No 1 + 2 on pads No OTG No microSD No 10/100 No No Yes Yes Yes PWM UART
Nitrogen6x 1 mini opt.[83] 2 No OTG No 2x microSD SATA GbE b/g/n (WL1271) Opt. Yes No ? No CAN-2, JTAG, extra USB header
Nvidia Jetson TK1[40] 1 mini 1 1 OTG 16 GB eMMC SD Yes GbE No No Yes Yes 7 No CSI-2, HSIC, JTAG, RS-232, UART
ODROID-C1 No 4 No OTG eMMC module opt. microSD No 10/100/1000 No No Yes Yes 32 2x 12-bit ADC, PWM UART, IR, Real-time clock battery connector
ODROID-C2 No 4 No OTG eMMC module opt. microSD No 10/100/1000 No No Yes Yes 32 2x 12-bit ADC, PWM UART, IR, Real-time clock battery connector
ODROID-C1+ No 4 No OTG eMMC module opt. microSD No 10/100/1000 No No Yes Yes 32 2x 12-bit ADC, PWM UART, IR, I2S, Real-time clock battery connector
ODROID-U3 No 3 No OTG eMMC module opt. microSD No 10/100 No No Yes No Yes No UART, Real-time clock battery connector
ODROID-W[41] No Pads No ? eMMC module opt. microSD No No No No Yes Yes 32 2x 12-bit ADC, PWM Real-time clock battery connector, LiPo battery connector
ODROID-XU3[43] No 4 1 OTG 3.0 eMMC module opt. microSD No 10/100 (LAN9514) No No Yes Yes Yes ADC UART, Real-time clock battery connector
ODROID-XU3 Lite[44] No 4 1 OTG 3.0 eMMC module opt. microSD No 10/100 (LAN9514) No No Yes Yes Yes ADC UART, Real-time clock battery connector
ODROID-XU4[43] No 1 2 OTG 3.0 eMMC module opt. microSD No 10/100/1000 (LAN9514) No No Yes Yes Yes ADC UART, Real-time clock battery connector
OLinuXino A10-LIME No 2 No OTG No microSD Yes 100 No No Yes Yes 134 PWM 6x UART
OLinuXino A13 base No 3 + 1 header No OTG No microSD No No No No ? ? 142 No ?
OLinuXino A13 MICRO No 1 No OTG No microSD No No No No ? ? 142 No ?
OLinuXino A13 WIFI No 3 No OTG 4 GB Flash microSD No No b/g/n (RTL8188) No ? ? 142 No ?
OLinuXino A20 LIME No 2 No OTG 4 GB Flash opt. microSD Yes 100 No No ? ? 160 No UART, UEXT
OLinuXino A20 LIME2 No 2 No OTG 4 GB Flash opt. microSD Yes 1000 No No ? ? 160 No UART, UEXT
OLinuXino A20 MICRO No 2 No OTG 4 GB Flash opt. microSD, SD Yes 100 No No ? ? 160 No UART, UEXT
Orange Pi No 4 No OTG No microSD SATA 2.0 GbE b/g/n ? Yes Yes Yes ADC, PWM CAN, CSI, IR, UART
Orange Pi Mini 2 2× microSD
Orange Pi 2 4 microSD No 10/100 Yes Yes Yes ? CSI, UART
Orange Pi Mini 2 No
Orange Pi PC 3
Orange Pi Plus 4 8 GB Flash SATA 2.0 GbE b/g/n
Orange Pi Plus 2
Ouya No 1 No Yes 8 GB Flash No No 10/100 b/g/n 4.0 LE ? ? ? ? ?
PandaBoard ES[46] No 2 No OTG No SDHC No 10/100 b/g/n (WL1271) 2.1 + EDR Yes No Yes No JTAG, RS-232, UART
pcDuino Lite[47] No 2 No OTG No microSD No 10/100 No No Yes Yes 22 ADC, PWM Arduino 1.0 headers
pcDuino v2[48] No 1 No OTG 4 GB Flash microSD No 10/100 b/g/n (RTL8188) No Yes Yes 22 ADC, PWM Arduino 1.0 headers
pcDuino3[49] No 1 No OTG 4 GB Flash microSD Yes 10/100 b/g/n (RTL8188) No Yes Yes 22 ADC, PWM Arduino 1.0 headers
pcDuino3Nano[50] No 2 No OTG 4 GB Flash microSD Yes GbE No No Yes Yes 22 ADC, PWM Arduino 1.0 headers
PC Engines APU 2 mini 2 No No No SD SATA, mSATA 3x GbE Opt. Opt. Yes No 20 No LPC, extra USB and RS-232 headers
phyBOARD-Wega[57] No 2 No OTG 512 MB Flash, 4 kB EEPROM microSD No 10/100 No No Yes Yes Yes ADC, PWM CAN, RS232, Audio, UART, JTAG, MMC
phyBOARD-Mira[58] 1 mini 2 No OTG 1 GB Flash, 4 kB EEPROM microSD Yes GbE Yes No Yes Yes Yes PWM CAN, RS232, Digital I/O, Audio, Camera, UART, JTAG
PINE A64 No 2 No ? No microSD No 10/100 Opt. Opt. Yes Yes 46 No
PINE A64+ 10/100/1000 MIPI Video, Camera, Touch Panel Port
Radxa Rock No 2 No OTG 8 GB Flash microSD (SDXC) No 10/100 b/g/n (RTL8723) 4.0 (Works on android but not on linux) Yes Yes 80 ADC, PWM UART
Radxa Rock Lite No 2 No OTG 4 GB Flash microSD (SDXC) No 10/100 b/g/n (RTL8188) No Yes Yes 80 ADC, PWM UART
Raspberry Pi Model A No 1 No ? No SD No No No No Yes Yes 8 No UART
Raspberry Pi Model B No 2 No ? No SD No 10/100 No No Yes Yes 8 No UART
Raspberry Pi Model B+ No 4 No ? No microSD No 10/100 No No Yes Yes 17 No UART
Raspberry Pi 2 Model B No 4 No ? No microSD No 10/100 No No Yes Yes 17 No UART
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B No 4 No ? No microSD No 10/100 b/g/n 4.1 Yes Yes 17 No UART
Raspberry Pi Zero No 1 No ? No microSD No No No No Yes Yes 17 No UART
Rikomagic MK802 / MK802+ No 2 No ? 4 GB Flash microSD No No b/g/n No No No No No
Rikomagic MK802 II No 3 No ? 4 GB Flash microSD No No b/g/n No No No No No
RIoTboard No 4 No OTG 4 GB Flash microSD and SD No GbE No No Yes Yes 10 PWM CSI, UART
RouterBOARD RB450G[61] No No No No 512 MB Flash microSD No 5x GbE (AR8316) No No No No No No JTAG, RS-232
RouterBOARD RB953GS-5HnT[62] 2 mini 1 No No 128 MB Flash No No 3x GbE (AR8327) a/n (QCA9558) No No No No No RS-232, 2x SFP
Snowball No 1 No ? ? microSD No 100 b/g/n (CW1200) 2.1 + EDR (CG2900) opt. Yes Yes Yes No GPS, UART
Supermicro E100-8Q[63] 2 mini 2 No Device No microSDHC No 2 x 10/100 No No No No No No RS232 (DB9), RS285 (screw terminal), ZigBee module socket
TBS 2910 Matrix[65] 1 mini 3 No OTG 16 GB eMMC microSD and SD SATA 2.0 GbE b/g/n No Yes No No Yes UART
UDOO Dual Basic No 2+1 No OTG No microSD No No No No Yes Yes 76 10-bit ADC, PWM Arduino 1.0 headers
UDOO Dual No 2+1 No OTG No microSD No GbE n (RT5370) No Yes Yes 76 10-bit ADC, PWM Arduino 1.0 headers
UDOO Quad No 2+1 No OTG No microSD SATA GbE n (RT5370) No Yes Yes 76 10-bit ADC, PWM Arduino 1.0 headers
UP No 4+2 1 OTG 16/32/64 GB eMMC No No GbE No No Yes Yes Yes N/A 40-pin GP-bus
Utilite Pro[67] No 4 No OTG 32 GB mSATA[locked] microSD (SDXC) mSATA[84][locked] 2x GbE b/g/n (88W8787) 3.0 No No No No 2x RS-232
Utilite Standard[67] No 4 No OTG 8 GB microSD microSD (SDXC) mSATA[84][locked] 2x GbE b/g/n (88W8787) 3.0 No No No No 2x RS-232
Utilite Value[67] No 4 No OTG 4 GB microSD microSD (SDXC) mSATA[84][locked] GbE No No No No No No 2x RS-232
VIA APC 8750 No 4 No No 2 GB Flash microSD No 10/100 No No No No No No
VIA APC Rock No 2 No OTG 4 GB Flash microSD No 10/100 No No Yes Yes Yes No JTAG
VIA Springboard VAB-600[70] 1 mini 4 No No 4 GB eMMC microSD No 10/100 (VT6113) b/g/n opt. (AR9271) No Yes Yes 8 No CIR
Wandboard Dual No 1 No OTG No 2x microSD No GbE n (BCM4329) Yes Yes Yes 10 No UART
Wandboard Quad No 1 No OTG No 2x microSD Yes GbE n (BCM4329) Yes Yes Yes 10 No UART
Wandboard Solo No 1 No OTG No 2x microSD No GbE No No Yes Yes 10 No UART
Name PCIe 2.0 3.0 Device On-board Flash slots SATA Eth. Wi-Fi Bt I²C SPI GPIO Analog Other interfaces
USB Storage Networking Communication Generic I/O
Notes
^Utilite mSATA : the mSATA slot in Utilite is considered non-user-serviceable and the procedure to access it causes the warranty to be void.[85][86]

Audiovisual interfaces[edit]

Name Mic In Audio Out HDMI LVDS Other Video Out
armStoneA5 Yes Yes No Yes ?
armStoneA8 Yes Yes No Yes ?
armStoneA9 Yes Yes 1.x Yes DVI, RGB
Arndale Board Yes Yes 1.4 Yes No
Banana Pi M3[5] Pads Yes 1.4 Yes Composite
BeagleBoard Black Yes Yes 1.xDVI compatible No No
BeagleBoard-xM Yes Yes 1.x No DVI-D, S-Video
BeagleBone No No No 1.x No
BeagleBone Black No HDMI 1.4a (Micro) No No
C.H.I.P.[87] Yes Yes 1.x ? ?
Cosmic+ Board[6] No No 1.x (Micro) No No
Cubieboard 2 No 3.5 mm, HDMI 1.x Headers Headers
Cubieboard 3 Header 3.5 mm, HDMI, S/PDIF 1.4 No VGA
CuBox-i[7][8] No Optical S/PDIF 1.4 No No
Dragonboard 410c No HDMI 1.x No 4-lane DSI
DreamPlug Yes 3.5 mm, Optical S/PDIF No N/A N/A
Embest SBC8600B[10] Yes Yes No Yes Optional VGA module
Firefly-RK3288 (Plus)[11] Yes 3.5mm, S/PDIF, HDMI 2.0 eDP, 2xMIPI DSI VGA
Firefly-RK3288 Reload[11] Yes 3.5mm, S/PDIF, HDMI, HDMI in 2.0 eDP, 2xMIPI DSI VGA
GameStick[14] No HDMI 1.x No No
Gizmo Board[15] Yes Yes No Part of "High Speed Connector" VGA
GoWarrior No 3.5mm jack, HDMI 1.x No No
Gumstix Overo EarthSTORM[17] + Summit[18] Yes Yes 1.xDVI compatible No No
Hackberry A10[19] Yes ? PartialDVI incompatible[88] ? ?
HiKey No HDMI 1.x No 4-lane DSI
HummingBoard-i1/2[21][22] No 3.5mm jack, S/PDIF 1.x LCD header No
HummingBoard-i2eX[21][22] Yes 3.5mm jack, S/PDIF 1.x LCD header No
IFC6410[81] 3.5 mm 3.5 mm 1.x (Micro) LCD header No
IFC6540[73][82] 3.5 mm 3.5 mm 1.4a (Micro) LCD header No
Intel Galileo Gen 2[27] No No No N/A N/A
Inventami Entry[28] 3.5 mm Combo, Line In 3.5 mm Combo, Line Out, HDMI 1.x (Mini) Yes No
Inventami Full[28] 3.5 mm Combo, Line In 3.5 mm Combo, Line Out, HDMI 1.x (Mini) Yes No
MarsBoard A10/A20 New[29][30] Yes Yes 1.x RGB, LVDS pads Composite in/out, VGA
MarsBoard RK3066[31] Yes Yes 1.x RGB No
MinnowBoard[32] Yes Yes 1.x No No
MIPS Creator CI20[33] No 3.5 mm, HDMI 1.x No No
MiraBox[34] N/A N/A No N/A N/A
MK802 II No No 1.x No No
MK808 No No 1.x No No
MTB025 ? ? 1.x ? ?
MYIR MYD-AM335X[36] Yes Yes 1.x LCD header No
NanoPC-T1 Yes Yes 1.x Yes ?
NanoPi 2 No No 1.x Yes Parallel RGB, DVP camera input
NanoPi NEO Pads stereo line-out and I²S on pads No No No
Nitrogen6x Header 3.5 mm, HDMI 1.xDVI compatible[89] 3 screen options Parallel RGB
Nvidia Jetson TK1[40] Yes Yes 1.x LCD header No
ODROID-C1 No HDMI 1.x No No
ODROID-C1+ No HDMI, I2S 1.x No No
ODROID-C2 No HDMI 2.0 N/A No
ODROID-U3 3.5 mm 3.5 mm, HDMI 1.x No No
ODROID-W[41] No No 1.x No Pads: Composite[90]
ODROID-XU3[43] No 3.5 mm, HDMI 1.x No DisplayPort
ODROID-XU3 Lite[44] No 3.5 mm, HDMI 1.x No No
ODROID-XU4[45] No HDMI 1.4a No No
OLinuXino A10 LIME No No 1.x LCD header No
OLinuXino A13 base / WIFI Yes Yes No LCD header VGA
OLinuXino A13 MICRO Pads Yes No LCD header VGA
OLinuXino A20 LIME No No 1.x LCD header No
OLinuXino A20 LIME2 No No 1.x LCD header No
OLinuXino A20 MICRO Yes Yes 1.x LCD header VGA 6-pin 1.25 mm step connector
Ouya No HDMI 1.4 No No
PandaBoard ES[46] Yes 3.5 mm, HDMI 1.x LCD header DSI, DVI-D (non-standard plug)
pcDuino Lite[47] No No 1.x No No
pcDuino v2[48] No No 1.x No No
pcDuino3[49] No Yes 1.x LCD header No
pcDuino3Nano[50] No No 1.x No No
PC Engines APU No No No N/A N/A
phyBOARD-Wega[57] No Yes 1.x Yes No
phyBOARD-Mira[58] No Yes 1.x Yes No
PINE A64 Yes 3.5 mm, HDMI, S/PDIF 1.4 Yes DSI
Radxa Rock ? 3.5 mm, HDMI, S/PDIF 1.4 Yes AV output
Raspberry Pi 3 No Yes 1.4DVI compatible[88] ? Composite video
Rikomagic MK802 / MK802+ / MK802 II No HDMI PartialDVI incompatible[88] No No
RIoTboard Yes 3.5 mm, HDMI 1.x Yes ?
RouterBOARD RB450G[61] N/A N/A No N/A N/A
RouterBOARD RB953GS-5HnT[62] N/A N/A No N/A N/A
Snowball ? Yes 1.x ? ?
TBS 2910 Matrix[65] No Yes 1.x No No
UDOO Yes 3.5 mm, HDMI, S/PDIF 1.x LCD header No
UP No SPI 1.x convert from DSI DSI/eDP
Utilite[67] 3.5 mm 3.5 mm 1.4 ? Optional DVI-D
VIA APC 8750 / Rock Yes Yes 1.x No VGA
VIA Springboard VAB-600[70] 3.5 mm 3.5 mm 1.4 (Mini) DVO connector No
Wandboard Yes 3.5 mm, S/PDIF 1.x expansion board No
Name Mic In Audio Out HDMI LVDS Other Video Out
Notes
^DVI compatible HDMI signal can be converted to DVI by passive adapter.
^DVI incompatible HDMI signal not convertible to DVI by passive adapter. Watch out for HDMI screens that require DVI signalling.

Operating system[edit]

Name Linux Android BSD Windows Other
armStoneA5 Partial; Custom kernel 3.0.15 No No Yes; Compact 2013 MQX
armStoneA8 Partial; Custom kernel 3.3 No No Yes; CE 6.0, WEC 7
armStoneA9 Partial; Custom kernel 3.3 Yes No Yes; CE 6.0, WEC 7, WEC 2013
Arndale Board ? ? ? ? seL4[91]
Banana Pi[5] Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?) Yes ? ?
BeagleBoard Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?)[92] ? ? Yes; CE 6, WEC 7[93] seL4[91]
BeagleBoard-xM Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?)[92] Yes ? Yes; CE 6, WEC 7[93]
BeagleBone Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?)[Sitara] ? ? Yes; CE 6, WEC 7[94]
BeagleBone Black With out-of-tree patches[95] (and BLOBs?)[Sitara] Yes[96] Yes[97] Yes; CE 6, WEC 7[94]
C.H.I.P.[98] Yes; Linux, Ubuntu 14.04+ No  ? No
Cosmic+ Board[6] Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?) No ? No MQX RTOS
Cubieboard With out-of-tree patches[99] (and BLOBs?) Yes[100] Yes; FreeBSD,[101] OpenBSD[102] ?
Cubieboard 2 Partial; With out-of-tree patches[99] (and BLOBs?) Yes[103] Yes; FreeBSD,[101] OpenBSD,[102] NetBSD[104] ? ?
Cubieboard 3 Partial ? Yes[105] ? ?
CuBox-i[7][8] Forked kernel recommended, BLOB required for GPU use[i.MX6] Yes[106] Yes ?
Dragonboard 410c Yes; Mainline Yes No YesWindows 10
DreamPlug Yes; Mainline ? Yes[107] ?
Embest SBC8600B[10] Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?) Yes ? Yes; WEC 7
Firefly RK-3288 (Plus/Reload)[11] Yes Yes; Yes; 5.1 ? ?
GameStick[14] Partial ? Yes ? ?
Gizmo Board[15] Yes; Mainline ? ? Yes RTOS
GoWarrior Partial ? Yes ? No
Gumstix Overo EarthSTORM[17] + Summit[18] Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?) ? ? Yes; CE 6,WEC 7[108]
Hackberry A10[19] Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?) Yes ? ?
HiKey Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?) Yes No No
HummingBoard[21][22] Forked kernel recommended, BLOB required for GPU use[i.MX6] Yes ? ?
IFC6410[81] Yes; Mainline Yes ? No seL4[91]
IFC6540[73][82] Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?) Yes ? No
Intel Galileo Gen 2[27] Yes; Mainline No ? Yes
Inventami Entry[28] Forked kernel recommended, BLOB required for GPU use[i.MX6] TBA No No
Inventami Full[28] Forked kernel recommended, BLOB required for GPU use[i.MX6] TBA No No
MarsBoard Partial ? Picuntu based on Ubuntu 12 and 14, Linaro, openSUSE, Debian Wheezy ports Yes ? No
MinnowBoard[32] Yes; Mainline No No No
MIPS Creator CI20[33] With out-of-tree patches[109] Yes No No
MiraBox[34] Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?) ? ? ?
MK802 II Partial; Ubuntu, custom kernel 3.0.36[110] Yes ? ?
MK808 Partial; Picuntu, custom kernel 3.0.36[111] Yes ? ?
MTB025 ? ? ? ?
MYIR MYD-AM335X[36] Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?) Yes ? Yes; WEC 7 SCIOPTA
NanoPC-T1 Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?) ? ? ?
NanoPi 2 Partial; Forked kernel 3.4 ? No ?
Nitrogen6x Forked kernel recommended, BLOB required for GPU use[i.MX6][112] Yes ? Yes; CE QNX
Nvidia Jetson TK1[40] Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?) ? ? ?
ODROID-C1 Partial; Custom kernel 3.10.xx Yes Yes; NetBSD No
ODROID-C2 Partial; Custom kernel Yes No No
ODROID-C1+ Partial; Custom kernel 3.10.xx Yes Yes; NetBSD No
ODROID-U3 Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?) Yes Yes; NetBSD No
ODROID-W[41] Partial; With out-of-tree Broadcom GPU firmware as binary BLOB No No No
ODROID-XU3[43] Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?) Yes Yes; NetBSD No seL4[91]
ODROID-XU3 Lite[44] Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?)[113] Yes Yes; NetBSD No
ODROID-XU4 Partial; Ubuntu, custom kernel 3.10.92 With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?)[113] Yes Yes; NetBSD No
OLinuXino A10 Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?) ? ? ?
OLinuXino A13 Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?) Yes ? ?
OLinuXino A20 Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?) Yes ? ?
Ouya Partial ? Yes No No
PandaBoard ES[46] Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?) ? ? ? seL4[91]
pcDuino Lite[47] Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?) No ? ?
pcDuino v2[48] Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?) Yes ? ?
pcDuino3[49] Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?) Yes ? ?
pcDuino3Nano[50] Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?) Yes ? ?
PC Engines APU Yes; Mainline Yes Yes; FreeBSD, OpenBSD, pfSense ?
phyBOARD-Wega[57] Yes; Mainline, Yocto 1.7 based No ? Yes; Compact 2013
phyBOARD-Mira[58] Yes; Mainline, Yocto 1.7 based No ? No
PINE A64+ Yes; Ubuntu Snappy and Lubuntu Yes ? Not yet
Radxa Rock Ubuntu/Linaro 13.09 With out of tree patches. No bluetooth support.[114] Yes[115] ? No
Raspberry Pi With out-of-tree Broadcom GPU firmware as binary BLOB[116] or as source not yet merged upstream due to MPEG licensing[117] ? Yes; FreeBSD,[118] NetBSD[119] No RISC OS,[120] Plan 9[121]
Raspberry Pi Zero With out-of-tree Broadcom GPU firmware as binary BLOB[116] or as source not yet merged upstream due to MPEG licensing[117] ? Yes; FreeBSD,[118] NetBSD[119] No RISC OS,[120] Plan 9[121]
Raspberry Pi 2 Partial; With out-of-tree Broadcom GPU firmware as binary BLOB[116] or as source not yet merged upstream due to MPEG licensing[117]
Snappy: Ubuntu Core
? Yes; FreeBSD,[118] NetBSD[119] Yes; Windows 10 IoT Core[122] RISC OS,[120] Plan 9[121]
Rikomagic MK802 ? ? ? ?
RIoTboard Forked kernel recommended, BLOB required for GPU use[i.MX6] ? ? ?
RouterBOARD RB450G[61] Partial ? No ? No RouterOS 5
RouterBOARD RB953GS-5HnT[62] Partial ? No ? No RouterOS 5
Snowball ? ? ? ?
TBS 2910 Matrix[65] Forked kernel recommended, BLOB required for GPU use[i.MX6] Yes ? ?
UDOO Forked kernel recommended, BLOB required for GPU use[i.MX6] Yes No No
UP Partial ? ubilinux(Debian), Yocto, ubuntu Yes No Yes, Windows
Utilite[67] Forked kernel recommended, BLOB required for GPU use[i.MX6] Yes ? ?
VIA APC 8750 / Rock Yes Firefox OS Yes ? ?
VIA Springboard VAB-600[70] Partial; With out-of-tree patches (and BLOBs?) Yes ? ?
Wandboard With out-of-tree patches[123] (and BLOBs?) [i.MX6] ? Yes; FreeBSD[123] ?
Name Linux Android BSD Windows Other
Notes
^i.MX6 : mainline Linux has basic support (device trees) for most i.MX6 boards[124] (including Nitrogen6x, Wandboard, RIoTboard), but board vendors may still recommend forked kernels for full functionality. Vivante GPU drivers are provided as userspace library BLOBs; [125] a future open-source alternative might be etnaviv.[126]
^Sitara : Future SDKs for Sitara AM335x, AM4x, AM5x and Keystone SoCs will be based on a mainline kernel: "The Sitara Linux SDK based on the 2014 LTS kernel is expected to be available from TI during the fourth quarter of 2014."[127]

Physical and electrical comparison[edit]

Name Size [mm] Weight Input voltage Idle Power consumption Max Power consumption Power source
armStoneA5 100x72x15 55 g 5 V ? 3 W ?
armStoneA8 100x72x15 40 g 5 V ? 4 W ?
armStoneA9 100x72x15 60 g 5 V ? 4 W ?
Arndale Board 195 × 140 × 20 ? 5 V ? 11.5 W ?
Banana Pi[5] 92 × 60 48 g 5 V 1.15 W idle in Linux[128] 10 W supply micro USB
Banana Pi M2 92 × 60 48 g 5 V ? 10 W supply micro USB
Banana Pi M3 92 × 60 45 g 5 V ? 10 W supply micro USB
BeagleBoard 78.74 × 76.2 ? 2.7–4.5 V ? ? miniUSB or DC jack
BeagleBoard-xM 82.5 × 82.5 ? 5 V ? ? DC jack
BeagleBone 86 × 53 ? 5 V ? 0.85 W miniUSB or DC jack
BeagleBone Black 86.4 × 53.3 40 g 5 V 1.05 W 2.3 W miniUSB or DC jack or via expansion header
C.H.I.P.[129] ? ? 3V, 5V ? ? USB, microUSB, LiPo battery
Cosmic+ Board[6] 100 × 72 64.2 g 5 V 1.83 W 5 W supply Mini USB or DC jack
Cubieboard[130] 100 × 60 45 g 5 V ? ? DC jack or USB OTG input
Cubieboard 2[130] 100 x 60 ? 5 V ? ? DC jack or USB OTG input
Cubieboard 3[130] 110 × 80 220 g (kit) 5 V ? ? miniUSB or DC jack or LiPo batteries
CuBox-i2, i2eX[7][8] 55 × 55 × 42 ? 5 V ? 10 W supply DC jack
CuBox-i4Pro[7][8] 55 × 55 × 42 ? 5 V ? 15 W supply DC jack
Dragonboard 410c 85 × 54 × 12 ? 6.5-18 V ? 24 W supply recommended DC jack
DreamPlug 170 × 82 × 33 310 g 5 V 0.5W 1.5 W PSU included
Embest SBC8600B[10] 95 × 95 ? 12 V ? ? DC jack
Firefly-RK3288 (Plus)[11] 118 x 85 77g 5 V ? ? DC jack
Firefly-RK3288 Reload[11] 178 x 117 / 82 x 60 176g 5V ? ? DC jack
GameStick[14] ? ? 5 V ? ? Micro USB
Gizmo Board[15] 102 × 102 ? 12 V ? ? DC jack
GoWarrior 93 × 60 42 g 5 V ? ? Micro USB or DC jack
Gumstix Overo EarthSTORM[17] + Summit[18] 80 × 39 20.8 g 3.5-5 V ? ? DC jack
Hackberry A10[19] 110 × 76 × 20 ? 5 V ? 6 W supply DC jack
HiKey 85 × 54 × 12 ? 8-18 V ? 16 W (2 A @ 8 V) DC jack
HummingBoard[21][22] 85.6 × 54 x 19.5 48 g 5 V ? 10 W supply Micro USB
IFC6410[81] 100 × 72 (Pico-ITX) ? 5 V ? 15 W supply DC jack
IFC6540[73][82] 100 × 72 (Pico-ITX) ? 12 V ? 36 W supply DC jack
Intel Galileo Gen 2[27] 123.8 × 72 ? 7-15 V ? ? DC jack or PoE
Inventami Entry[28] 116 x 92 x 31 ? 7-24V ? ? ?
Inventami Full[28] 116 x 92 x 31 ? 7-24V ? ? ?
MarsBoard[29][30][31] 105x78 90 g 5 V ? 10 W supply DC jack
MinnowBoard[32] 106.68 x 106.68 ? 3.6-10 V ? ? DC jack
MIPS Creator CI20[33] 90 x 95 ? 5 V ? ? DC jack
MiraBox[34] 133 × 93 × 20 ? 5 V ? 15 W DC jack
MK808 ? ? ? ? ? ?
MTB025 ? ? ? ? ? ?
MYIR MYD-AM335X[36] 130 × 100 ? 5 V ? 10 W supply DC jack
NanoPC-T1 100 x 60 ? 5 V (USB) or 7.5–9.0 V (DC jack) ? ? DC jack or micro USB
NanoPi 2 75 x 40 22 g 5 V ? ? micro USB or GPIO pin header
NanoPi NEO 40 x 40 ? 5 V ? 10 W supply micro USB, pin header or pads
Nitrogen6x 116 × 75 ? 5 V DC ? 1.5 W Separate plug or PoE
Nvidia Jetson TK1[40] 127 × 127 120 g[131] 12 V ? 60 W supply, <30 W typ. stress DC jack
ODROID-C1 85.6 × 54 x 19.5 45 g 5 V ? ? Micro USB (with user modification), 2.5mm DC jack or GPIO header
ODROID-C2 85 × 56 × 18 56 g (with heat sink) 5 V 2.5mm DC jack or GPIO header
ODROID-C1+ 85.6 × 54 x 19.5 45 g (not including bundled heatsink) 5 V ? ? Micro USB, 2.5mm DC jack or GPIO header
ODROID-U3 83 × 48 48 g 5 V ? ? 2.5mm DC jack or GPIO header
ODROID-W[41] 60 × 36 × 7 8 g 5 V ? ? Micro USB, GPIO header or LiPo batteries
ODROID-XU3[43] 94 × 70 × 18 78 g 5 V 1.8 W? 20 W supply 5.5mm DC jack
ODROID-XU3 Lite[44] 94 × 70 × 18 78 g 5 V 1.8 W? 20 W supply 5.5mm DC jack
ODROID-XU4 82 × 58 × 22 (including active cooler) 60 g (including active cooler) 5 V 1.8 W? 20 W supply 5.5mm DC jack
OLinuXino A10 LIME 84 × 60 ? 5 V ? 1.3 W DC jack or USB OTG input or LiPo batteries
OLinuXino A13 base / WIFI 120 × 120 ? 6–16 V ? ? DC jack or USB OTG input or LiPo batteries
OLinuXino A13 MICRO 100 × 85 ? 6–16 V ? ? DC jack or USB OTG input
OLinuXino A20 LIME 84 × 60 ? 5 V ? ?[132] DC jack or LiPo batteries
OLinuXino A20 LIME2 84 × 60 ? 5 V ? ?[132] DC jack or LiPo batteries
OLinuXino A20 MICRO 142.24 × 82.55 ? 6–16 V ? ? DC jack or LiPo batteries
Ouya 75 × 75 × 82 300 g (w/ case) 12 V 1 W 4.5 W DC jack
PandaBoard ES[46] 114.3 × 101.6 81.5 g 5 V ? 3.5 W Micro USB or DC jack
pcDuino Lite[47] 125 × 52 ? 5 V ? 10 W supply Micro USB
pcDuino v2[48] 125 × 52 ? 5 V ? 10 W supply Micro USB
pcDuino3[49] 121 × 65 ? 5 V ? 10 W supply Micro USB
pcDuino3Nano[50] 92 × 54 ? 5 V ? 10 W supply Micro USB
PC Engines APU 152.4 × 152.4 250 g 12 V 6 W 12 W DC jack
phyBOARD-Wega[57] 100 × 72 (Pico-ITX) 57g 5V, 12-24V ? ? DC jack, Micro USB
phyBOARD-Mira[58] 100 × 72 (Pico-ITX) 67g 5V, 12-24V ? ? DC jack
PINE A64 127 x 79 x 21 46 g 5 V ? ? Micro USB or GPIO header
Radxa Rock 100 x 80 x 30 ? 5 V ? ? DC jack or USB OTG input
Raspberry Pi Model A+ 85.6 × 54.0 × 19.5 45 g 5 V 0.5 W[133] 1.15 W (5 W supply) Micro USB or GPIO header
Raspberry Pi Model A 85.6 × 54.0 × 19.5 45 g 5 V 0.7 W 5 W supply Micro USB or GPIO header
Raspberry Pi Model B 85.6 × 54.0 × 19.5 45 g 5 V 1.8 W 2.4 W (5 W supply) Micro USB or GPIO header
Raspberry Pi Model B+ 85.6 × 54.0 × 19.5 45 g 5 V 1.25 W[134] 5 W supply Micro USB or GPIO header
Raspberry Pi 2 Model B+ 85.6 × 56.5 × 17.0 45 g 5 V 1.3 W[134] 2.1 W (10 W supply) Micro USB or GPIO header
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B 85.6 × 56.5 × 17.0 45 g 5 V 1.6 W[134] 3 W (12 W supply) Micro USB or GPIO header
Raspberry Pi Zero 65.0 × 30.0 × 5.0 23 g 5 V 0.45 W[135] 5 W supply Micro USB or GPIO header
Rikomagic MK802 / MK802+ 87 x 35 x 12 mm ? ? ? ? ?
Rikomagic MK802 II 90 x 30 x 12 mm ? ? ? ? ?
RIoTboard 120 x 75 ? 5 V ? 5 W supply DC jack
RouterBOARD RB450G[61] 115 × 90 105 g 8-30 V ? ? DC jack or PoE
RouterBOARD RB953GS-5HnT[62] 183 × 105 × 24 ? 8-30 V ? 25 W max DC jack
Snowball ? ? 5 V ? ? ?
TBS 2910 Matrix[65] 135 x 90 x 45 ? 5 V ? 15 W supply DC jack
UDOO 110 x 85 ? 6-18 V ? ? DC jack, or GPIO header or pin header
Utilite[67][136][137] 135 x 100 x 21 ? 10-16 V 3.6 W 8.4 W DC Jack
VIA APC 8750 / Rock 170 × 85 (Neo-ITX) ? 12 V 3 W 13.5 W DC jack or internal 4-pin power connector
VIA Springboard VAB-600[70] 100 × 72 (Pico-ITX) ? 12-24 V ? ? DC jack
Wandboard 95 × 95 ? 5 V 1.15 W typ.[138] 10 W supply DC jack
Name Size [mm] Weight Input voltage Idle Power consumption Max Power consumption Power source

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