[Arm-netbook] PCIe Graphic Chip
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
luke.leighton at gmail.com
Sun Nov 6 03:46:20 GMT 2011
On Sun, Nov 6, 2011 at 3:17 AM, Michelle Konzack
<linux4michelle at tamay-dogan.net> wrote:
> Hello Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton,
> Am 2011-11-06 02:12:53, hacktest Du folgendes herunter:
>> ah i meant put them onto really small expansion header, which could
>> run them off to a motherboard, then that has standard PCIe.
>> _but_, if people do not want that, just want a small powerful
>> low-power server, they can have that as well.
> I have to think about it... This is a very BIG Fine-Pitch BGA!
> Currently I do not know, how to build my own PCB, because it seems, that
> I need 6 or 8 signal Layer
>> > It is time to build (requires some crazy guys) our own GPU even based on
>> > a FPGA!
>> yes, best to wait for the Zynq 7030 for that.
zynq 7030, it is from xilinx, it has a dual-core cortex A9 (800mhz)
built-in, and will be 28nm. absolutely amazing CPU.
>> > This are µC fpr PanelPCs, Routers or Server
>> sounds great!
> I like to build the PCB more or less Universal...
> My MV78200 (DualCore 1200MHz) is working fine and consuming only 13Watt,
> but if I put my Dual-Head NVIDIA graphic card into 81 Watt! :-S
> If I am right, TI develop a "server" version too.
> But the best ARM as server is currently the MV78200 with two PCIe 4x or
> up to eight PCI 1x and of course, it can use standard SO-DIMM as memory.
oh wait - how much power does this 2.5ghz CPU use?
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