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RK3229 vs RK3328, Which is faster and better?

RK3229 is a cost effective model, BUT RK3328 is more powerful which is based on RK3229, and it has more features. Click to check the HOT RK3328 tv boxes. Rockchip RK3229 specifications: CPU- Quad Core ARM Cortex A7 @ 1.5 GHz GPU – ARM Mali-400MP2 Memory I/F – DDR3-1866/LPDDR3-1333 Video Output – HDMI 2.0 with HDCP …

Which is faster and better or best? S905, S905X and S912

Amlogic S912 TV Box Featuring Octa-core 64-bit 4K@60Hz 10-bit HEVC VP9. In 2015 or before, there are too many so-called “4K” in the market. With the development of chipset or CPU, consumers will know what is the true 4K in 2016. The difference between Amlogic S905, S905X and S912: S912 supports dual channel memory and up …

RK3399 vs MT8693, Which is faster and better?

Check the chart below and find how RK3399 beats MT8693. The structure of SoC Rockchip RK3399 is not only quad-core Cortex A53, but two Cortex A72, GPU Mali-T860MP4 and power video processing with support for the format H .265 with 4K resolution and frequency to 60 Hz. This media center is available in two versions, …

S905X vs S905, Which is faster and better Android TV BOX

S905X vs S905,  Which is faster and better Android TV BOX : Both of them support H.265, Click to see H.265 vs VP9, which one is better for 4K video. Another one is the price. As a newer model, S905X has better performance, however, the price is same or a little lower. Last,  S905X is tailored to Android …

S905X vs RK3229, Which is faster and better?

S905X is a cost effective model based on S905, the greatest spotlight is that S905X supports VP9 decoding while S905 not. But, Rockchip RK3229 specifications: CPU- Quad Core ARM Cortex A7 @ 1.5 GHz GPU – ARM Mali-400MP2 Memory I/F – DDR3-1866/LPDDR3-1333 Video Output – HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 1.4/2.2 + CVBS Video Codec – 4K2K …

RK3399 vs S912, Which is faster and better?

Amlogic S912 is a powerful SOC (“System On a Chip“) enabling 4K video in 10 bits -or even 12 bits Dolby Vision- encoded in h265 or V9 compression engines. HOWEVER, Rockchip RK3399 includes an hexacore processor in a Big.Little configuration. The concept behind the funny “Big.Little” naming involves an asymmetry on their core processing technologies …

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