Still not booted up yet. Arrow are sending me a new board so I’ll go into recess with this blog series until it arrives. Today’s info includes a video captured from a Dragonboard which highlights the usefulness of DirectX being supported by the Dragonboard’s GPU. Also a further list of its capabilities.
Another MVP. Morten Nielsen has captured a video (available on YouTube) that demonstrates the graphic capability of the Dragonboard with respect to rendering with DirectX.
He said he only got a frame between every 1 and 15 seconds on the Raspberry Pi for this app. The difference between the two boards in this context is the Dragonboard’s GPU capability support for DirectX.
6.5 to 15V, 12V recommended
+V internal, GND outside: