This is my now ! @PINE64 @Rockchip

The board and SSD are powered by a . There are only 2*1TB SSDs installed, but I would like to install 6 of them in the future!

It's comfortably running my @matrix right now!

@JF @PINE64 @matrix I've got one of those ATX breakout boards too, I even made a little 3d printable case for it to protect myself from any fuse shards.

Here's the STL, STEP and FreeCAD file for it, you'll also need some brass inserts (I forgot what size) and soldering iron to melt them in, as well as screws, and a toggleswitch to mount through that round hole.

@CounterPillow @PINE64 @matrix That's a great idea! Would you like to share to printable model so I can print one too?

@JF @PINE64 @matrix Looks like we just crossed each other in our messages :) Also, just checked: the hole diameter for the inserts is 4mm, so something a little larger than 4mm measured on the ribs to melt into it.

@CounterPillow @PINE64 @matrix Thanks! I don't have a 3D printer, but I'll ask a friend if he can have a look at those files and print them :)

@JF @PINE64 @matrix Nice setup, although the case seems a bit oversized. :) Is quartz64 support already stable for everyday use?

@kuleszdl @JF All the pieces are falling into place now, hopefully with Linux 5.19 most stuff will Just Work™. We're still waiting for TF-A sources though. I recommend keeping an eye on

If you're comfortable with patching your own kernel you are of course not bound by release schedules and can enjoy video output and PCIe right now without issues.

Big pieces still missing: CSI, DSI, eDP, NPU, rkvdec2, rkvenc.

@CounterPillow @kuleszdl Yeah, it's stable and support everything I need (PCIe + Ethernet, basically). I'm on Linux 5.17 (Manjaro kernel) right now.

@kuleszdl @PINE64 @matrix Oh yeah, the case is way too big for the setup! But I had it on hands for free so I figured I should try to build my own NAS case with it :)

@JF I just love how much computer you are getting out of that little amount of equipment inside of that now-cavernous old case.

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