SBC Quad Core, Ubuntu, 16Gb RAM, etc

Any help much appreciated to find SBC with…

Quad core 2 to 3 GHz - ideally new ARM
Storage minimum 32Gb
4 x USB min
1 x HDMI min
RAM 16Gb min
2 Eth ports, min 1 x GigE
WiFi ideally

That’s a beefy build for a SBC, I’m not sure of any that fit the bill.

What’re you needing it for?


After a short google search, Khadas Edge2 is listed as the most powerful SBC according to the web site below. Other searches revealed 1000’s of SBC with maybe some of what you want.
Suggest you contact SBC manufactures as there are many of them too.
Good luck with finding exactly what you want.


Processor Rockchip RK3588S octa-core 64-bit processor with quad-core A76+ (2.4GHz) and quad-core A55 (1.8GHz); Mali-G610 GPU; 6 TOPS NPU
Memory 8GB or 16GB LPDDR4 RAM
Ports HDMI 2.1 (up to 8K@60Hz), 1 x USB-C (Power Delivery only), 1 x USB-C (3.1, Display Port 1.4, and Power Delivery), 1 x USB 2.0, 1 x USB 3.0, 2 x 30-pin IO connectors, 3 x MIPI CSI connectors, 2 x MIPI DSI connectors, 7 x pogo pads
Connectivity Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi 6 IEEE 802.11 ax/ac/a/b/g
Power 5V/3A via USB-C

Indeed Cheesey. I’m developing an AI Firefighting Tech so yeh, it’s a big ask but I’m getting somewhere. I’m finding that the udoo bolt v8 or v3 and the ODYSSEY - X86J4125864 v2 seem pretty up to it, so unless you’ve got any better ideas, I’ll probably go for the Odyssey as it seems to have more reliable supply. cheers, Nick

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Hey thanks Jim, nice one. the only problem with this is that it is lacking the gigE ports which I need to connect thermal cameras and also as a hardwire connection between machines, required for reliability in industry setting. so, atm I’m finding that the udoo bolt v8 or v3 and the ODYSSEY - X86J4125864 v2 seem pretty up to it. Bit exy but as it’s a good product dev then it’s worth investing in. Thanks again and let me know if anything else springs to mind. cheers, nick


Hi Nick,

Good point about supply - and looks like a very powerful board!


Hi Nick,
If you’re not afraid of left field, maybe have a look at - it has pretty much everything that you want (16GB + 128GB for AU$300). The big possible drawback is the CPU which is a bit below your spec (quad core 1.85GHz) and it’s RISC-V. I have no idea of the maturity of the OS and development support.
I do have some experience with Sipeed, they are high quality and one of the few Aliexpress vendors I will buy from without hesitation.
Food for thought :slight_smile:

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