RK3399 Pro is released! Rockhip released their first processor for AI - RK3399pro, is a new upgrade version of RK3399 with a powerful NPU with up to 2.4TOPs performance! According to Rockchip, RK3399Pro has the advantages of high performance, low power consumption and easily development. Superior AI computing performance: Integrated NPU neural network processor 8bit/16bit processing supported Computing performance up to 2.4TOPs Designed for various AI applications including smart vision and smart audio Powerful general-purpose computing
Rock960 Linux Benchmarks Last week, our friends, CNXSoft write a post about the linux benchmarks with among some popular arm boards and intel devices - “Linux Benchmarks – Intel J3455 Apollo Lake vs Z3735F Bay Trail vs RK3399 and Other ARM Platforms”. The result seems not very good for RK3399 on another board, and also there are some comments of users complaining that RK3399 performance let them down. So we ran the benchmark on rock960, let’s have a look at the result.
Rock960 Poster We have quickly made a poster for rock960. This was initial for the announcement at the SFO17 Linaro Connect. You can download the full pdf version here. Update: Some engineers and the VP of Rockchip, Chen Feng, shared this poster at their Wechat Moments.
Rock960 layout Hello, here comes the rock960, a Rockchip RK3399 based single board computer which is compliant for the 96boards CE specification. The screenshot below shows the basic layout of the board, with major SoC, dram, emmc and connectors in place. Considering that the 96boards CE specification of board size is only 85mm x 54mm, the actually size is really small.