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Reddit reviews on Atomic Pi - High Speed SBC with Peripheral ICs

Sentiment score: 4
Reddit mentions: 16

We found 16 Reddit mentions of Atomic Pi - High Speed SBC with Peripheral ICs. Here are the top ones.

Powerful Atom quad-core processor with 2Gb ram and 16GB Flash on boardGigabit Ethernet, AC WiFi, Bluetooth, Hi Performance Audio, USB-2, USB-3, SD, GPIOPeripherals include 9-axis sensor, bluetooth and XMOS audio power-ampBoots Linux right out of the box. What will you make with it?Power supply, antennae, and breakout boards sold separately.

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Found 16 comments on Atomic Pi - High Speed SBC with Peripheral ICs:

u/SMURGwastaken · 58 pointsr/hardware

>The Atomic Pi is available on Amazon US for US$34 and can be shipped worldwide

Ya but it's not

Also this implementation looks janky af, the power supply is on a separate board? No chassis of any kind available?

I'd be really interested in one of these if I could buy one with a basic little chassis and a power supply, but from the Digital Loggers site it seems like the best they have to offer is the unit itself with a separate power supply board so it accepts a 2.5mm power adapter which you appear to have to supply yourself. Why is the 2.5mm jack not on the board itself? Why can't I buy a compatible chassis and power adapter at the same time?

u/MMMuzzy · 14 pointsr/sffpc

I just got the Atomic Pi SBC from Amazon for $35 which has Intel Z8350 + 2GB + 16GB EMMC. Should be fine for some Reddit, Youtube and some coding.


It's not really SFF but I think the heatsink can be replaced with a smaller one to make it more compact.

I'm trying to get Windows To Go on this working right now.

u/DMRv2 · 3 pointsr/homelab

These are x86 Pis (Atomic Pis): https://www.amazon.com/Atomic-Pi-High-Speed-Peripheral/dp/B07N298F2B

It's part of the package.

u/gteagle1 · 3 pointsr/PleX

They are on Amazon now, just hurry. Atomic Pi - High Speed SBC with Peripherals https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07N298F2B/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_iyA2Cb7WR2BT0

u/bfodder · 3 pointsr/PleX

> Now go do the math on how much CPU/GPU it would cost to transcodes for just that one moment.



Just do this for unlimited transcodes. https://www.reddit.com/r/PleX/comments/ahf0l1/tutorial_on_setting_up_unlimited_transcodes_for/?utm_source=BD&utm_medium=Search&utm_name=Bing&utm_content=PSR1

Hell an Atomic Pi can do hardware accelerated transcoding for $43 and you get a whole ass computer.


Edit: I'd much rather be able to transcode should I ever need to. Chrome transcodes basically everything for some reason. I use iOS, Android, Rokus, and various web browsers. My users have a Vizio smart TV, Rokus, Apple TVs, iOS, Android, Xbox ONE, PS4, web browsers, and probably more I'm forgetting. You're always going to run into stuff that won't direct play. I'll bet many of your users get irritated because it happens to them when trying to watch stuff from your server.

Either that or you are storing multiple versions of files with different codecs and you're paying for it in storage already.

u/tek256 · 2 pointsr/voidlinux

You could look at getting an Atomic Pi.

Do note that it's a little more involved than just a raspberry pi, especially when it comes to powering.

u/mpalpha · 1 pointr/Arcade1Up

I used this but it's not In Stock right now. The atomic pi is $27 on Amazon right now. You will need to pick a 12v or 5v power supply to match whichever daughter board you pick.

Edit: I found this combo which includes the daughter board and power supply for $39.99

u/neonshaun · 1 pointr/homelab

The thing with the heatsink is an atomic pi. It's a SBC that has an intel atom x5 and 2gb of ram. It can run win10 but I have lubuntu installed.


u/xIDGcUNx6M · 1 pointr/SingleBoardComputer

Here are 2 possibilities in how you could achieve this goal.

1 There's a version of Celeste available for the Pico-8 which is available on the Raspberry pi. You have to pay $15 for the Pico-8 on top of the price of the Raspberry Pi and the Pico-8 version of Celeste is obviously going to be more limited than the full desktop version is.

The biggest pros of using this method are that you'll be able to make a lighter weight handheld that doesn't use up nearly as much battery life as the other option I can think of. Pico-8 Celeste can be found here

2 You could get an Atomic Pi which is a $40 SBC that has an X86 CPU, meaning it's capable of running Windows and x86 linux distros, which would both be able to run the full desktop version of Celeste.

The biggest issue with this is that this would most likely be more expensive than the previous option and would require a much beefier battery in order to get a decent amount of game-time on it.

I hope this helps!

u/cr0wstuf · 1 pointr/homeassistant

Well, a quick duckduckgo search found this in regards to that device: https://www.reddit.com/r/youshouldknow/comments/2c5qok

So I'm going to say I really wouldn't use that going forward with automation or security. Other than that, it doesn't look like something that can run Linux.

If you have a spare computer, you can get started with home Assistant on that. You can also go get a raspberry pi for $35, but if you feel you're going to need more power I'd recommend a PC.

I use the atomic Pi. $33, works much better than the Raspberry Pi 3, at least.
Atomic Pi - High Speed SBC with Peripheral ICs https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07N298F2B/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_ftpJDb5C6ARHQ

u/UnlikelyPotato · 1 pointr/obs

Don't use OBS. A Pi4 or atomic Pi running linux can use ffmpeg to stream directly to twitch: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Streaming_to_twitch.tv


Your best bet is probably going to be an Atom (or even i3) SBC, running windows, instead of a Pi.


this guy will run windows OK without much hassle (Don't try to put 10 on it, as of the last time i poked one. anyway. it runs fine, but drivers are a problem)

There are other x86 SBCs as well.

u/NicoD-SBC · 1 pointr/SBCGaming

Yes it is. There are multiple sellers.
You can buy it from AmeriDroid or from Amazon.
Or here from Digital Loggers

u/angstybagels · 1 pointr/PlaystationClassic

Atomic Pi's run psp really well and are great for desktop computing and Plex as well.