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So many boards, so many µCs

Added by JohnO over 4 years ago

There are some monster boards in the family.


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RE: So many boards, so many µCs - Added by jcw over 4 years ago

Indeed, and this F4 variant runs at 168 MHz and has memory protection.
Should be able to run a very comfortable Unix/Linux setup.
No RetroBSD for it so far, but who knows.

RE: So many boards, so many µCs - Added by michalm over 4 years ago

Is HT-TinySTM103T based on ST MCU or Giga Devices MCU - what is your guess ?
https://olimex.wordpress.com/2015/11/09/chinese-clones-attack-stm32-microcontrollers/

RE: So many boards, so many µCs - Added by jcw over 4 years ago

The HY-TinySTM103T’s are based on STM32.

RE: So many boards, so many µCs - Added by michalm over 4 years ago

Genuie or cloned ?
How did you detected that please ?

RE: So many boards, so many µCs - Added by jcw over 4 years ago

Oh, just based on the STM32 markings and logo on the µC chip.
I bought another board to try out the Giga Devices chip, it has a chip clearly marked GD32.

If the chip is an illegally rebranded package, then I have no way to check.
Apparently there are some differences detectable with s/w, but I haven’t investigated.

If it looks, swims, and quacks like an STM32, then that’s good enough for me.

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