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Dedicated SBCs for each of the system’s four stacking components, each powered by Samsung’s Exynos 5422 octa-core CPU, are used in each of the system’s four stacking components. All of the components of the ODROID-XU4 and its aluminum case are compatible with the operating system.


Each of the cases has an 80mm USB fan mounted to the back of it to offer adequate cooling (which also has a built-in heatsink). It is possible to create your own customized cluster of devices for educational and professional purposes using the ODROID MC1.

Many parallel computing programs such as Docker Swarm, Build Farm, and many others are capable of running on this 32-core cluster computer, which is available at a low cost. This device is equipped with multiple interfaces, including MMC 5.0, USB 3.0, and Gigabit Ethernet, which are all required for enabling increased processing power on ARM-based devices. Users will benefit from faster booting, surfing the web, networking, and 3D gaming due to these improvements.


Who should be interested in this board?

With the ODROID-MC1, a gadget that stands for My Cluster, you can have an affordable and powerful personal cluster at your disposal. Compared to the ODROID-HC1, it is devoid of a SATA port and is equipped with a large cooling fan to cope with the demands of high processing power. When it goes on sale in September of this year, it’s likely to sell for around $200.

What should users know about it?




The ODROID-MC1 represents a new generation of computing devices, thanks to its more powerful and more efficient hardware, as well as its smaller form factor. In addition to the most recent Ubuntu 16.04 operating system, older versions of the Android operating system are also compatible with the board, including older versions of the Android operating system.