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Radxa Set to Release Rock 5 ITX Board in April with RK3588 processor, LPDDR5 memory

Radxa is set to expand its Rock 5 line of single-board computers with the upcoming release of the Rock 5 ITX board in April. This new addition stands out by employing the Rockchip RK3588 processor, integrating LPDDR5 memory, and adopting the ITX form factor.

The Rockchip RK3588 processor at the core of the Rock 5 ITX board features a robust architecture with four ARM Cortex-A76 CPU cores and four Cortex-A55 cores, complemented by Mali-G610 MP4 graphics and an NPU for hardware-accelerated AI tasks. The Rock 5 ITX board is designed to fit into ITX form factor PC cases, offering a versatile solution for enthusiasts and hobbyists. The board is distinguished by its support for up to five storage devices, including an M.2 2280 connector for PCIe Gen 3 x2 NVMe storage, four SATA ports for hard drives or SSDs, an eMMC module slot, and a microSD card reader.

The board has plenty of I/O, featuring a 24-pin ATX connector for power supply, DC power input, PoE interface, LCD and camera connectors, an M.2 E-Key connector for wireless cards, and an assortment of ports including HDMI, eDP, USB-C, SPDIF, 3.5mm audio, USB 3.0 Type-A, and Ethernet.

While Radxa has not yet announced the pricing for the Rock 5 ITX, interested users can find schematics and other details on the company’s wiki. Software support is also underway, with initial Linux-based releases available from the Rock 5 ITX GitHub page.

Source: Liliputing.