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<p>The first version of our custom hardware should be amendable to DIY manufacturing. This means no BGA parts. This severely restricts the list of CPUs/SoCs to older and lower-performance chips, limiting our capability to 100MBps initially. We'll expand this list as we discover more:</p>
 
<p>The first version of our custom hardware should be amendable to DIY manufacturing. This means no BGA parts. This severely restricts the list of CPUs/SoCs to older and lower-performance chips, limiting our capability to 100MBps initially. We'll expand this list as we discover more:</p>
 
<h4>List of non-BGA ARM SoCs</h4>
 
<h4>List of non-BGA ARM SoCs</h4>
* <s>Current leading candidate: [https://www.nuvoton.com/export/resource-files/DS_NUC980_Series_EN_Rev1.11.pdf Nuvoton NUC980DR61Y] - 64-eLQFP 0.5mm</s>
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* Current leading candidate: [https://www.nuvoton.com/export/resource-files/DS_NUC980_Series_EN_Rev1.11.pdf Nuvoton NUC980DR61Y] - 64-eLQFP 0.5mm
** <s>Pros: Low pin count, has 10/100 PHY, 64 MB SiP RAM, HW crypto, relatively cheap (~$10 low qty)</s>
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** Pros: Low pin count, has 10/100 PHY, 64 MB SiP RAM, HW crypto, relatively cheap (~$10 low qty)
** <s>Cons: No native OpenBSD/NetBSD support, no video out, RAM may be tight, 0.5mm pitch is tough with Voltera, no USB 1 port (USB 2 needs 1 GHz scope for debugging)</s>
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** Cons: No native OpenBSD/NetBSD support, no video out, RAM may be tight, 0.5mm pitch is tough with Voltera, no USB 1 port (USB 2 needs 1 GHz scope for debugging)  
** <s>[https://github.com/OpenNuvoton/NUC980_NonOS_BSP Open source sample code]</s>
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** [https://github.com/OpenNuvoton/NUC980_NonOS_BSP Open source sample code]
** <s>[https://www.nuvoton.com/products/microprocessors/arm9-mpus/nuc980-industrial-control-iot-series/nuc980dr61yc/?group=Document&tab=2 Reference schematics & design docs]</s>
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** [https://www.nuvoton.com/products/microprocessors/arm9-mpus/nuc980-industrial-control-iot-series/nuc980dr61yc/?group=Document&tab=2 Reference schematics & design docs]
** Dealbreaker: Only one PHY on 0.5mm package
 
 
* [https://www.ti.com/document-viewer/AM1705/datasheet TI AM1705] - 176-PQFP 0.5mm
 
* [https://www.ti.com/document-viewer/AM1705/datasheet TI AM1705] - 176-PQFP 0.5mm
 
* [https://www.nxp.com/docs/en/fact-sheet/IMX233FS.pdf NXP i.MX233] - 128-LQFP 0.4mm
 
* [https://www.nxp.com/docs/en/fact-sheet/IMX233FS.pdf NXP i.MX233] - 128-LQFP 0.4mm

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