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Re: Disassembly instructions

Postby Aergan » January 30th, 2015, 4:04 pm

gball wrote:So the eMMC is not upgradeable either? I was hoping to up the SSD to 64G to allow it to run things like a VM on it (my work has a virtual laptop type solution - a few people have them running on a Surface Pro3) Unfortunately the performance of the MicroSD card is too limiting - I can only seem to get 1MB/s even with a Class10 card.


Almost zero chance, better off buying the Pipo W1 64GB or the main-board for one (either option will likely cost considerably more than a Linx 10).

Throughput over a USB HDD caddy is pretty good though ~ 30-34MB/sec write (requires powered USB hub). Using a Verbatim USB 3.0 caddy (in USB 2.0 mode) and a 500GB Western Digital Blue 5,400RPM disk. No physical USB 3.0 support unfortunately (although the platform is capable).
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Re: Disassembly instructions

Postby kipo » February 2nd, 2015, 12:01 am

i took some photos of the Linx 10

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Re: Disassembly instructions

Postby K1lo » February 2nd, 2015, 12:50 pm

kipo wrote:i took some photos of the Linx 10

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Awesome! Does it still work ? :P
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Re: Disassembly instructions

Postby kipo » February 2nd, 2015, 5:34 pm

of course, was thinking of testing the motor ports to see if they're enabled would like to get some haptic feedback on this
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Re: Disassembly instructions

Postby Aergan » February 2nd, 2015, 7:07 pm

kipo wrote:of course, was thinking of testing the motor ports to see if they're enabled would like to get some haptic feedback on this


Not sure how relevant they would be outside of Android to be honest. Not sure if the GPIO is presented to Windows or not for that device.
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Re: Disassembly instructions

Postby StealthDOP3 » January 11th, 2017, 8:57 pm

Just popped mine up, wasnt so hard, hmm i wonder... intel writes this on they're side for the intel atom x5-Z8300:

Expansion Options
PCI Express Revision 2.0
PCI Express Configurations ‡ 1x1
Max # of PCI Express Lanes 1

Would be cool tho...

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