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 No.1707

Tell me about the open source hardware projects you guys find interesting, think they have potential or have contributed to.
I'll start : Some time ago I heard about the Zet CPU, it was an attempt to make a clone of the x86 but they haven updated since 2013, it's sad that happend
http://zet.aluzina.org/index.php/Zet_processor

 No.1708

>>1707
i find the librem 5 interesting. also, there was the socalfreenet that made better wifi networks with solar panels.

isn't x86 bad? people are all like x86, muh 64 bit but i dont see a difference, ive only heard bad things about them from professional sources.

 No.1722

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I like the HiFive1: https://www.sifive.com/products/hifive1/

It's a development board featuring the Freedom E310, an open RISC-V microcontroller. They try to be as open as possible, but it's still not 100% since that is just not possible today. For some more details on this see: https://hackaday.com/2017/01/05/hands-on-with-the-first-open-source-microcontroller/

 No.2851

PowerPC

 No.2852

>>2851
PowerPC was pretty underrated IMO. Wish development continued on those.

 No.2853

>>2852
You can buy a POWER-based workstation right now if you want (TALOS). Sure it's more expensive than x86 cause it's a niche product, but it exists.



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