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= ROCK Pi X=
 
= ROCK Pi X=
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X is for X86.
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This is the documentation for ROCK Pi X, written by Radxa Team with community contributions.
 
This is the documentation for ROCK Pi X, written by Radxa Team with community contributions.
  
 
ROCK Pi X is the first X86 SBC(Single Board Computer) by [[Special:SpecialContact/| Radxa]]. It can run Windows and Linux distributions. The ROCK Pi X is started after the Radxa team get a lot of inquiries from the users if the [[rockpi4 | ROCK Pi 4]] can run Windows.
 
ROCK Pi X is the first X86 SBC(Single Board Computer) by [[Special:SpecialContact/| Radxa]]. It can run Windows and Linux distributions. The ROCK Pi X is started after the Radxa team get a lot of inquiries from the users if the [[rockpi4 | ROCK Pi 4]] can run Windows.
  
ROCK Pi X features an Intel Cherry Trail quad core processor Z8300, 64bit dual channel 1866Mb/s LPDDR3, up to 4K@30 HDMI, MIPI DSI, MIPI CSI, 3.5mm jack with mic, 802.11 ac WIFI, Bluetooth 4.2, USB Port, GbE LAN, 40-pin color expansion header, RTC. Also, ROCK Pi X supports USB PD and QC powering.
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ROCK Pi X features an Intel Cherry Trail quad core processor Z8300, 64bit dual channel 1866Mb/s LPDDR3, up to 4K@30 HDMI, MIPI DSI, eDP, MIPI CSI, 3.5mm jack with mic, 802.11 ac WIFI, Bluetooth 4.2, USB Port, GbE LAN, 40-pin color expansion header, RTC. Also, ROCK Pi X supports USB PD and QC powering.
  
 
ROCK Pi X comes in two models, Model A and Model B, each model has 1GB, 2GB or 4GB ram options. for detailed difference of Model A and Model B, please check [[RockpiX/getting_started#get_start_specs | Specifications]].
 
ROCK Pi X comes in two models, Model A and Model B, each model has 1GB, 2GB or 4GB ram options. for detailed difference of Model A and Model B, please check [[RockpiX/getting_started#get_start_specs | Specifications]].
  
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         <div class="panel-heading"> <h3 class="panel-title"><i class="fa fa-star"></i>  [[community_updates | What's new]]</h3> </div>
 
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* [[RockpiX/getting_started | Getting started with ROCK Pi X]]
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* [[RockpiX/hardware/rockpiX#gpio | GPIO pinout]]
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        <div class="panel-heading"><h3 class="panel-title"><i class="fa fa-download"></i> [[RockpiX/install | Installation]]</h3></div>
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Installing an operating system on your ROCK PI X, including microSD card, eMMC module, USB drive, etc.
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* [[RockpiX/install/microSD | Install on microSD card]]
  
  
 
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        <div class="panel-heading"><h3 class="panel-title"><i class="fa fa-cog"></i> [[RockpiX/dev | Development]]</h3></div>
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Information about Linux development
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* [[RockpiX/dev/Debian | Build Debian]]
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* [[RockpiX/dev/serial-console | Serial Console]]
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Technical specifications about the ROCK Pi X hardware, including WI-FI module, LCD module, etc.
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* [[RockpiX/hardware/rockpiX | Main board]] - Hardware introduction of the ROCK Pi X
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* [[RockpiX/hardware/gpio | GPIO]] - GPIO pinout&numbers
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Fundamental Linux usage for beginners and more advanced information for power users.
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* [[RockpiX/Debian | Debian]]
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* [[RockpiX/radxa-apt | Radxa APT]]
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* [[RockpiX/downloads | Images official/3rd party/community]]
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* Answers to sale of ROCK Pi X
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* Forum: http://forum.radxa.com
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* [[Rockpi4/contribute | How to contribute to this wiki, refer ROCK Pi 4 contribution page]]
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Latest revision as of 09:51, 30 September 2019


ROCK Pi X

X is for X86.

This is the documentation for ROCK Pi X, written by Radxa Team with community contributions.

ROCK Pi X is the first X86 SBC(Single Board Computer) by Radxa. It can run Windows and Linux distributions. The ROCK Pi X is started after the Radxa team get a lot of inquiries from the users if the ROCK Pi 4 can run Windows.

ROCK Pi X features an Intel Cherry Trail quad core processor Z8300, 64bit dual channel 1866Mb/s LPDDR3, up to 4K@30 HDMI, MIPI DSI, eDP, MIPI CSI, 3.5mm jack with mic, 802.11 ac WIFI, Bluetooth 4.2, USB Port, GbE LAN, 40-pin color expansion header, RTC. Also, ROCK Pi X supports USB PD and QC powering.

ROCK Pi X comes in two models, Model A and Model B, each model has 1GB, 2GB or 4GB ram options. for detailed difference of Model A and Model B, please check Specifications.


More:

Installing an operating system on your ROCK PI X, including microSD card, eMMC module, USB drive, etc.


Information about Linux development

> More...

Technical specifications about the ROCK Pi X hardware, including WI-FI module, LCD module, etc.

  • Main board - Hardware introduction of the ROCK Pi X
  • GPIO - GPIO pinout&numbers

> More...

Fundamental Linux usage for beginners and more advanced information for power users.

  • Answers to frequently asked technical questions
  • Answers to sale of ROCK Pi X