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  • 2018-12-17 12:02:28

    Tiny computer. WiFi works much better than raspberry pi zero and also have 4 cpu cores instead of 1. WiFi tested over a distance of 8 meters with 2 walls in between, speed up/download is about 18 Mbit/'s. This is enough for my applications. Power consumption Idle: ~1.5 Watt Stress test 4 cores 1GHz: ~3 Watt temperature: ~70 °C (cooling is required)

  • gsmhack
    2018-01-18 08:20:27

    This is an amazing board, but you WILL Definitely need a fan. This one fits on the case nicely: Operates on 5V, so easy to connect. You also might want to consider using a heatsink:

  • 2017-06-02 16:20:47

    Came well packaged and on time. Works flawlessly. I used it to set up octoprint server for 3d printer. You will need good micro USB (2A) charger and SD card.

  • dommels
    2017-05-14 07:55:54

    PRO: Good value board with multi-core processing and wifi. Perfect for running pi-hole. CON: cpu gets extremely hot (around 60C idle) so an additional heat sink is advised.

  • 2018-05-13 10:20:05

    ele tem o processador melhor que o raspberry pi zero porem ele esquenta muito

  • F0GND
    2019-09-10 11:15:16

    Très bon produit.Très content de mon achat.Ajout d'un refroidisseur en cuivre sur le processeur.

  • zayigo
    2017-12-22 07:58:58

    This board-pc has awesome features for its price. If features a quad-core processor and 512mb of ram. I suggest to use DietPi as its operating system

  • 2020-03-09 03:13:59

    All okay. Good product!

  • 2017-11-13 10:05:46

    Working well with Pi-Hole on Armbian. I received the 1.4 revision which seems to have a few problems with CPU idle temperature; its in the case with a heatsink attached and CPU underclocked - the idle temperature is 48C, not too bad. Not tried wireless but I imagine it won't be great. You need a decent sdcard and PSU and if you want a small server running 24/7, more expensive boards may be more stable but this is good value if your needs are not too demanding. Case is functional rather than elega

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  • ronex
    2017-06-13 16:39:58

    The Orange Pi Zero works fine. The only things necessary to run it are a good power supply (a good micro USB phone charger will suffice - the specification states that a 5V (3A) is needed but a 5V (2A) is sufficient enough) and a micro sd card (over 8g, class10) with enough space for the OS. The only problematic thing is that the cpu tends to get quite hot 55-60C (while idle) but this can be solved by a heat sink.


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