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Hackaday Article: New Part Day: A 64-Bit RISC-V CPU In Raspberry Pi Hat Form

By May 28, 2019May 12th, 2021No Comments

Over the last few years the open-source RISC-V microprocessor has moved from existing only on FPGAs into real silicon. A chip from China called the Sipeed M1 features a dual-core RISC-V core running at 600MHz, a bunch of I/Os, and a neural network processor.  Seeed Studios is selling this chip as a Raspberry Pi Hat.
The Grove AI Hat for Edge Computing is built around the Sipeed MAix M1 AI Module with a Kendryte K210 processor. This is a dual-core 64-bit RISC-V chip. In addition to this chip, there are also a few Grove headers for digital I/O, I2C, PWM, and a UART. There is a USB Type C for power and a 40-pin Raspberry Pi-style header.
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