[Arm-netbook] SO-DIMM Upgrade Proposal: CT-PC89E with an 833mhz S5PC100 and 1gb of RAM - anyone interested?
linux4michelle at tamay-dogan.net
Sat Apr 3 01:41:10 BST 2010
Am 2010-04-02 23:08:09, hacktest Du folgendes herunter:
> On Fri, Apr 2, 2010 at 10:40 PM, Michelle Konzack
> <linux4michelle at tamay-dogan.net> wrote:
> i have nooo idea, i leave it up to james: i trust him, he gets on
> with it. his english isn't very good, so i prefer not to quiz him -
> he just make a solution work, i'm happy.
The Sitara AM3517 can not handel more then 128 MByte per CS line, so I
have to install two 1 Gbit to get it running.
It is nice, but for bigger things is 256 MByte not enough
> not good enough. you can't go spending money like that, in advance:
> that's completely unreasonable for you (and for anyone who wants to
> have the possibility of a marvell CPU).
> tell them no way - no deal, asking them this question: how can we do
> an open survey, asking people "ohh, because marvell will not tell us
> the price, you must donate approx $20 each, for us to 'prove' to
> marvell that we are worthy to use their CPU in the 100% free software
> FSF-approved netbook" ?
> if that doesn't work, then tell them that lkcl said that they can
> fuck right off :)
This is, why I try to get ANY required microchips and EVKits for free!
It is already enough, if I have to pay the protytype PCB wich cost
arround 80 Euro for a SO-Dimm size and for the baseboard in the size A5
arround 350 Euro.
> > I am waiting for the prices, but I think, it will be arround 80 US$ but
> > if it can be made compatibel with the Samsung SO-Dimm it is a realy nice
> > option.
> for a 2ghz CPU? they are taking the piss. or, the yield is very
> poor. i assume that's a 45nm part. ask them what the CPU speed is at
> 70 Centigrade, and how much power it consumes at that temperature.
If I see it right, the industrial version of the "Armada 300" has only
1600 MHz while the consumer parts 1600 and 2000 MHz
> i bet you it is 4 to 5 watts ( but below 25 centigrade it is 1 watt ).
They told me, it is nearly three times more then the Kirkwood 88F6281.
And this is, WHY I install a singel 3,7V/12Ah block (100x125x10,5mm) in
my TablePC. :-D
I hope I get the cells in 2-3 weeks...
(the Manufacturer "SouthRiver" is currently sampling)
> > I would go for a 64-256 MByte NAND as "Rescue System" maybe with a
> > special prepared universal installer for Debian on a dedicated server.
> yes. that's one of the plans.
I am experimenting with EmDebian Grip which need less then 16 MByte
otherwise the NAND sucks energy for nothing. Adn I can not say, a NAND
Flash sucks only some mW. I have found some real Energy-Monster.
> whoo-hoo, that is just about ok - that will squeeze in, there is a
> very thin plastic sheet covering the area under the SO-DIMM, so there
> will be no electrical contact.
I have nearly the WHOLE material complete to build
1) TablePC 1 8" Sitara AM3517 500 MHz
2) TablePC 2 8" OMAP 3530 720 MHz
3) TablePC 3 8"4 Armada 300 1600 MHz
4) NetBook 1 8" OMAP 3530 720 MHz
5) Netbook 2 10" Armada 300 1600 MHz
6) PanelPC 1 19" Armada 300 2000 MHz
7) Server 1 Kirkwood MV78200 1200 MHZ
with two 8ch SAS/SATA Raid Controller
In 9 Days I send out the order for the million connectors @MoreThanAll.
Hey, do you have read the Datasheet for the MAX2769 GPS chip?
What do you think about it?
All we need under Linux is a Kernel-Module depend on a SPI Controller
and "serial" and then we can connect directly with the "gpsd" using NMEA
Oh, I am in contact with BOPLA and the mulding forms for a Netbook cost
28.000 Euro if the design is simple like <http://www.touchkit.com/>. :-)
Thanks, Greetings and nice Day/Evening
24V Electronic Engineer
Tamay Dogan Network
Debian GNU/Linux Consultant
Linux-User #280138 with the Linux Counter, http://counter.li.org/
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