Since the launch of the original HiFive1 and the FE310 in 2016, we have received lots of great community feedback. The FE310-G002 is an upgrade to the Freedom Everywhere SoC, that adds support for the latest RISC-V Debug Spec 0.13, hardware I²C, two UARTs and power gating the core rail in low power sleep modes. Like the original FE310, the FE310-G002 features SiFive’s E31 CPU core complex, a high-performance, 32-bit RV32IMAC core with a 16 KB L1 instruction cache, a 16 KB data SRAM scratchpad and hardware multiply/divide. Running at 320+ MHz, the FE310 is among the fastest microcontrollers on the market.
The HiFive1 dev board has also been upgraded. Powered by the FE310-G002, the new HiFive1 Rev B has wireless connectivity through an onboard Wi-Fi/Bluetooth module. The USB debugger has been upgraded to Segger J-Link, with support for drag & drop code download. In favor of driving GPIO directly from the FE310, the HiFive1 Rev B supports 3.3 V I/O only.
The FE310 is the first open source, commercially available RISC-V SoC. SiFive has contributed the FE310 RTL code to the open source community. Now you can see what’s inside the chip and completely understand how the hardware works.
To read more, please visit: https://www.crowdsupply.com/sifive/hifive1-rev-b.