Milk-V Oasis Sounds Like An Interesting RISC-V Board With 16 Cores, Up To 64GB LPDDR5

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In addition to working on the likes of the Milk-V Duo and high-end Pioneer board, Milk-V has now announced the "Oasis" as a forthcoming mini-ITX RISC-V board that will feature 16 cores and up to 64GB of LPDDR5 system memory.

Milk-V announced on Friday the Oasis board that is under development for a "truly desktop-grade RISC-V PC" within a mini-ITX form factor. Powering the Milk-V OAsis is to be the Sophgo SG2380 SoC that features 16 cores: twelve P cores that clock up to 2.5GHz and four E cores that clock up to 1.6GHz. The SG2380 is making use of SiFive P670 cores for its design. This SoC also features Imagination AXT-16-512 graphics, which will be interesting once the open-source Imagination PowerVR driver in the kernel and Mesa come together for use.

The Milk-V Oasis is also to have a dedicated NPU via an 8-core SiFive X280, up to 64GB of LPDDR5-5500 memory, plugable UFS module, microSD card slot, M.2 slot for NVMe SSD storage, four SATA ports, USB 3.0 connectivity, USB-C with DP Alt-Mode support, and dual 2.5Gb Ethernet.

The specifications all sound interesting and making it all the more interesting is the price... It's said to start out at $120 USD for pre-orders.

But on the downside, this board isn't expected to be ready for ten months, there is no pictures of the board yet but just the spec sheets and design documents, and the SG2380 SoC itself is also still being finalized. They hope to have the board ready for shipping in Q3'2024.

At least with Milk-V having shipped other RISC-V wares already gives us hope that everything will pan out for what should be an interesting 16-core RISC-V board that past pre-order period will be around $150 USD if all goes according to plan.

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In addition to working on the likes of the Milk-V Duo and high-end Pioneer board, Milk-V has now announced the "Oasis" as a forthcoming mini-ITX RISC-V board that will feature 16 cores and up to 64GB of LPDDR5 system memory.

Milk-V announced on Friday the Oasis board that is under development for a "truly desktop-grade RISC-V PC" within a mini-ITX form factor. Powering the Milk-V OAsis is to be the Sophgo SG2380 SoC that features 16 cores: twelve P cores that clock up to 2.5GHz and four E cores that clock up to 1.6GHz. The SG2380 is making use of SiFive P670 cores for its design. This SoC also features Imagination AXT-16-512 graphics, which will be interesting once the open-source Imagination PowerVR driver in the kernel and Mesa come together for use.

The Milk-V Oasis is also to have a dedicated NPU via an 8-core SiFive X280, up to 64GB of LPDDR5-5500 memory, plugable UFS module, microSD card slot, M.2 slot for NVMe SSD storage, four SATA ports, USB 3.0 connectivity, USB-C with DP Alt-Mode support, and dual 2.5Gb Ethernet.

The specifications all sound interesting and making it all the more interesting is the price... It's said to start out at $120 USD for pre-orders.

But on the downside, this board isn't expected to be ready for ten months, there is no pictures of the board yet but just the spec sheets and design documents, and the SG2380 SoC itself is also still being finalized. They hope to have the board ready for shipping in Q3'2024.

At least with Milk-V having shipped other RISC-V wares already gives us hope that everything will pan out for what should be an interesting 16-core RISC-V board that past pre-order period will be around $150 USD if all goes according to plan.

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