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Simple hardware stability test

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We've run a simple hardware stability test with three random M1 samples in the past several weeks.
Installed Android 11 on eMMC and attached SSD, MIPI DSI display and MIPI CSI camera to the M1 boards.
Run a CPU & GPU burning app and executed continuous 'dd' reading commands from SSD in the background.
We've logged the system status via USB ADB interface and we couldn't find any critical issue so far.
I think we can say the M1 platform seems to be stable at least.
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System uptime were 44~46 days. Each M1 system consumed around 15W including many peripheral devices.
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off topik,
those red terminator eyes look great on the M1. :)
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Post by mctom »

As an engineer I know exactly the thrill of releasing a stable product. I wish it happened more often in my industry :D
Great job with M1, it is already a permanent resident on my workbench and always works as expected.
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