ASUS SBC Tinker board RK3288 SoC 1. 8GHz Quad Core CPU, 600MHz Mali-T764 GPU, 2GB

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  • CPU
    Rockchip Quad-Core RK3288 processor
  • Memory
    2GB Dual Channel DDR3
  • Graphic
    Integrated Graphics Processor 

    ARM® Mali™-T764 GPU*1
  • Storage
    Micro SD(TF) card slot
  • LAN
  • Wireless Data Network
    802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth V4.0 + EDR
  • Audio
  • USB Ports
    4 x USB 2.0
  • Internal I/O Ports
    1 x 40-pin header :
    - up to 28 x GPIO pins
    - up to 2 x SPI bus
    - up to 2 x I2C bus
    - up to 4 x UART
    - up to 2 x PWM
    - up to 1 x PCM/I2S
    - 2 x 5V power pins
    - 2 x 3.3V power pins
    - 8 x ground pins
    1 x 2-pin contact pin :
    - 1 x PWM
    - 1 x S/PDIF
    1 x 15-pin MIPI DSI
    1 x 15-pin MIPI CSI
  • Accessories
    Passive heatsink*2
    User manual
  • Weight
  • Note
    *1. The ARM® Quad-Core Mali GPU supports max. resolution of 4K@30hz (up-scaled from 1080P) with H.264/H.265 hardware decoder (update coming soon).
    *2. Do not touch the SoC or heatsink surface directly to prevent possible burn injury.


1 x Micro SD card with at least 8GB capacity
.1 x Micro USB cable and a 5V/2~2.5A USB power adapter with LPS marking
.1 x Monitor with HDMI cable
.1 x Keyboard and Mouse set
Note: To enhance the system stability, using high-speed SD card (Class 10 or above) is highly recommended.
1. Insert the microSD card into a Linux PC
2. Rename the image to output.img and then put the file into the FlashUSB folder
3. Execute
Select the disk you want to flash:
sdc -Multiple_Flash_Reader_058F63616476-0:1
sdb -Generic-_Compact_Flash_058F63616476-0:0
Enter the number:0
dd if=/home/yihsin/Rockchip/aa7-demo/out/target/output.img of=/dev/sdc seek=0 bs=16M conv=notrunc
flash start!
flash end!
Insert the microSD card into the slot on the Tinker Board.
Connect the power supply, keyboard, mouse and your monitor. Now boot it up!


One powerful feature of the Tinker Board is the row of available GPIO (general purpose input/output) pins along the edge of the board. These pins are a physical interface between the Tinker Board and the outside world. At the simplest level, you can think of them as switches that can be turned on or off. Of the 40 pins, 28 are GPIO pins (shared with SPI/UART/I2C pins). The Tinker Board is equipped with one SPI bus that offers two chip selects. The SPI bus is available on the onboard 40-pin header.

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