[DOCUMENTS] NEW Z8350 IMAGE AND BIOS 1.1

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Our latest boards use a Z8350 processor and will need a different Windows image that you can flash using the "WINPE USB key" method

LattePanda 2G image for Z8350

LattePanda 4G image for Z8350

An updated bios can be found here

**PLEASE NOTE**
LattePanda v1.1 default BIOS Beta can only used with LattePanda v1.1 which uses the Z8350 CPU. You can distinguish between the two by the sticker on the side of the GPIO. If your board uses a Z8350 processor, this will be written on the sticker.

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Sun Feb 12, 2017 8:24 pm

Out of curiosity what's different about this processor and the original one?

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Greater burst frequency, see here
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They also fix some problems with alpha blending and ATSC graphics.

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Sun Feb 26, 2017 12:45 pm

Hi !

I've seen that this BIOS 1.1 update for Z8350 have an "auto-power" option. I have the 4G Z8300 and I do need this option for a permanent installation... is there a way to "auto-power" the lattepanda ?

Thanks in advance.

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Sun Mar 26, 2017 9:46 am

Can you provide a BIOS of non sercure?

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bart wrote:Hi !

I've seen that this BIOS 1.1 update for Z8350 have an "auto-power" option. I have the 4G Z8300 and I do need this option for a permanent installation... is there a way to "auto-power" the lattepanda ?

Thanks in advance.
Bios 1.0 has two separate versions - an auto power on and a non-auto power on
Bios 1.1 has one version, where you can change the settings in the bios. Instructions for this are on the GitHub page
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gpsp800 wrote:Can you provide a BIOS of non sercure?
Can you clarify what you mean here?
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http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-x5-Z8350- ... 5-x5-Z8300

my question is what are the big changes between the 2 cpus?
im using the v1.0 lattepanda. 4gb ram 64gb internal storage and cant compare the 2

i see the z8350 uses the intel HD graphics 400
and the z8300 uses the intel HD graphics
and the boost clock is different does that mean the z8350 has better heat disposel in general?

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jsombekke wrote:http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-x5-Z8350- ... 5-x5-Z8300

my question is what are the big changes between the 2 cpus?
im using the v1.0 lattepanda. 4gb ram 64gb internal storage and cant compare the 2

i see the z8350 uses the intel HD graphics 400
and the z8300 uses the intel HD graphics
and the boost clock is different does that mean the z8350 has better heat disposel in general?
Heat dissipation is more a factor of the board design rather than the chip. The burst frequency of the z830 means it can be clocked higher
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