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  1. Итак, не сдержался и решил попробовать, что же можно выжать из этой железки. Тестовый стенд: ASRock J4105-ITX, память Crucial DDR4 SO-DIMM 2400MHz PC4-19200 CL17 - 4Gb CT4G4SFS824A, флешка, винт 2.5 на 250 Гиг. Подготовил флешку, как описывал тут, воткнул память, подключил винт и питание. Подключил телек по hdmi, но как выяснилось этого можно было не делать, ибо все взлетело из коробки, даже в биос лезть не пришлось. Потребление по ватт метру 10 ватт, папка /dev/dri на месте, установил Video station, кодеки активировались. С танскодом 4к получилось вот что:
  2. Test stand: ASRock J4105-ITX, Crucial DDR4 so-DIMM RAM with 2400MHz CL17-CT4G4SFS824A 4GB, flash drive, 2.5 250GB hard drive. Prepared the flash drive as described here, installed the memory, connected the HDD and turned on the power. It worked without the BIOS reconfiguration. Power consumption 10 watts, the folder /dev/dri is in place, installed the Video station, the codecs was activated. With transcoding 4K here is what I got: On four streams of transcoding consumption increased to 30 watts, the CPU radiator is noticeably hot, so who plans to use xpen in this mod
  3. Okay, I'm stuck.Last week, after I saw some good comments in this topic for my setup I've hit that update button, as I did may times before. However, my NAS did come online. After searching, Googling, buying an USB-RS232 adapter, fiddling with some breadboard wires I did manage to get my serial up and running. The conslusion so far, somewhere in the boot sequence it got stuck, but I can't figure out why. It does not come to the point where it presents a login or brings up net, so I can't access it now. I hope you folks can help me, or at least, point me in the right direction. - Ou