Author Topic: Odroid-Go successor - Odroid Go Advance (60hz, Rockchip, PSP)  (Read 6523 times)

npaladin2000

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Re: Odroid-Go successor - Odroid Go Advance (60hz, Rockchip, PSP)
« Reply #40 on: January 12, 2020, 07:15:15 pm »
A Benchmark of CPU and GPU:

Intriguing.  So its performance is a little bit better than an RPi 3B+. 
I'm cool with that.
Considering how capable a Pi3b+ is, I am too. VERY cool with it.
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adventureFAN

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Re: Odroid-Go successor - Odroid Go Advance (60hz, Rockchip, PSP)
« Reply #41 on: January 13, 2020, 10:26:39 am »
No this Benchmark shows only the RPi3B not RPi3B+. The 3B+ has 1.4GHz not 1.2GHz
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Jutleys

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adventureFAN

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Re: Odroid-Go successor - Odroid Go Advance (60hz, Rockchip, PSP)
« Reply #43 on: February 29, 2020, 08:57:15 am »
Noone interested in the OGA on Dingoonity? x]
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iball

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Re: Odroid-Go successor - Odroid Go Advance (60hz, Rockchip, PSP)
« Reply #44 on: March 01, 2020, 02:56:30 am »
Noone interested in the OGA on Dingoonity? x]
We're all busy talking about it over at the odroid forums, especially in the Batocera thread.

adventureFAN

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Re: Odroid-Go successor - Odroid Go Advance (60hz, Rockchip, PSP)
« Reply #45 on: March 01, 2020, 11:05:34 am »
EmuELEC whould be better.
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iball

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Re: Odroid-Go successor - Odroid Go Advance (60hz, Rockchip, PSP)
« Reply #46 on: March 01, 2020, 08:26:43 pm »
EmuELEC whould be better.
You'd think so, but I've tried them all and find Batocera to be the most stable/complete/easy-to-use so far.
Really the only thing it's missing is an NDS core but I can probably hack one in if I feel like it.
But EmuELEC is coming along and I'll probably slap it on a spare 32GB card just to keep up with it.

npaladin2000

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Re: Odroid-Go successor - Odroid Go Advance (60hz, Rockchip, PSP)
« Reply #47 on: March 10, 2020, 08:32:22 pm »
EmuELEC whould be better.
You'd think so, but I've tried them all and find Batocera to be the most stable/complete/easy-to-use so far.
Really the only thing it's missing is an NDS core but I can probably hack one in if I feel like it.
But EmuELEC is coming along and I'll probably slap it on a spare 32GB card just to keep up with it.

I would disagree, I found EmuELEC to be the further advanced of the two. Not to say Batocera is bad, but I prefer the choices made in EmuELEC to Batocera. When i first started Batocera I found to many annoying little things that I felt I had to change...and more, and more, until i finally pulled the card and re-flashed it with RetroRoller. :)

The nice thing is there's so much OS development going on for the thing, and it's going on in such a healthy fashion, that everyone's benefiting and improving.
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iball

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Re: Odroid-Go successor - Odroid Go Advance (60hz, Rockchip, PSP)
« Reply #48 on: March 11, 2020, 07:19:37 pm »
EmuELEC whould be better.
You'd think so, but I've tried them all and find Batocera to be the most stable/complete/easy-to-use so far.
Really the only thing it's missing is an NDS core but I can probably hack one in if I feel like it.
But EmuELEC is coming along and I'll probably slap it on a spare 32GB card just to keep up with it.

I would disagree, I found EmuELEC to be the further advanced of the two. Not to say Batocera is bad, but I prefer the choices made in EmuELEC to Batocera. When i first started Batocera I found to many annoying little things that I felt I had to change...and more, and more, until i finally pulled the card and re-flashed it with RetroRoller. :)

The nice thing is there's so much OS development going on for the thing, and it's going on in such a healthy fashion, that everyone's benefiting and improving.
I tried Retroroller and found it to be too demanding of my time to get configured.  It's a complete blank slate that didn't even recognize any of my PSX .PBP files out-of-the-box.  No straight-forward install instructions either.  But it's new.
If you want total, complete control of *everything* while remaining as close to the reference Ubuntu image crashoverride created as possible and hacking in whatever you want, this is the image to get.  But you gotta work for it, this one isn't for noobs, and you're going to be playing hard mode until it just "clicks" in your brain with how it's laid out.
Comments seen include a way to keep this one updated with .DEB install packages via SSH with future updates being more menu-like ala Batocera.
If you enjoy going through life on hard mode, then this is the image for you.

Batocera has most everything *but* Drastic and is easy to keep updated without reflashing.  If one is a noob to Odroid and Linux, this is the one for you.  It's OK and I've got a 256GB Samsung card dedicated to it on OGA #1.
If you're a lazy git or too damn busy with life to worry about configuring shit, this is the image for you.

EmuElec feels like a combo of both Batocera and Retroroller.  I hated it at first until I figured it out and now I've got another 256GB Sandisk dedicated to it on OGA #2 and I'm almost finished getting the boxart/video assets loaded on it.  Still need to figure out the Drastic menu access on it and get that assigned to a hotkey so I can quickly switch DS "screen" modes.  this one is probably going to be my go-to.  Unfortunately, updating it is currently...meh, but I hope they get batocera-like online updating rolled into it soon.

All three teams are very active over on the Odroid forums but be prepared to filter out the noob-noise from the team signal.

adventureFAN

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Re: Odroid-Go successor - Odroid Go Advance (60hz, Rockchip, PSP)
« Reply #49 on: March 14, 2020, 07:32:02 am »
For Drastic Menu: You have to use a USB Keyboard to Enter the Menu with "M".
Then you can configure the Keys. This you must do only one time.

But in the next release of EmuELEC there will be a preconfigured config-file.
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ace9094

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Re: Odroid-Go successor - Odroid Go Advance (60hz, Rockchip, PSP)
« Reply #50 on: June 06, 2020, 07:36:42 pm »
An O-Droid Advance "Clone" has been release (Well sort of) Its a little smaller has L2 and R2 shoulder buttons and 3.5 IPS screen... I had been trying to get an odroid advance for months but no joy :( Sold out and inflated prices on ebay of upto ?200 !!

?52 sound OK to me - anyone seen or tried one??? ETA Prime has a solid little video

https://rkconsole.com/products/rk2020-console?aff=13


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