NXP MCU Hits 1 GHz

Cluso99Cluso99 Posts: 15,409
edited 2019-10-09 - 08:00:00 in General Discussion
Interesting little device. No internal Flash/NVRAM. 28nm.

i.MX RT1170 Crossover MCU Family - First Ghz MCU with Arm® Cortex®-M7 and Cortex-M4 Cores, 2MB internal SRAM.

A P2 at 28nm would slaughter it :)

https://eejournal.com/article/nxp-mcu-hits-1-ghz/

https://nxp.com/products/processors-and-microcontrollers/arm-microcontrollers/i.mx-rt-series/i.mx-rt1170-crossover-mcu-family-first-ghz-mcu-with-arm-cortex-m7-and-cortex-m4-cores:i.MX-RT1170
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Comments

  • jmgjmg Posts: 13,928
    Yes, interesting part... has a useful 2MB of on-chip SRAM, but in a BGA package.

    Another interesting part is the 500MHz i.MX RT1010 - Flash-less, they call a low end part, sub $1 (in decent volumes) with a $10.10 eval board..

    "The i.MX RT1010 MCU family is a low-cost,high-performance crossover MCU priced at sub-$1 (USD). In addition, starting
    on 10/10/19, the MIMXRT1010-EVK will be available at a promotional price of $10.10 – for a limited time only."

    Analog devices also offer 1GHz floating point DSPs 2000 MMAC 640 kB + 1024 kB SRAM
    https://www.analog.com/en/parametricsearch/11131
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