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Official Retropie Support H3, H5
#1
Hello Guys good News

Retropie has added H3 and H5 for offical support!



https://github.com/RetroPie/RetroPie-Set...1cd8db7808


https://github.com/RetroPie/RetroPie-Set...iptmodules
system.sh
Add Allwinner H3 and H5 devices
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#2
we know that pull request, which seems not to be valid for H5, different cpuinfo. Due to our heavy customizations, we'll keep our fork
edit: btw, it's very likely the retropie team wont ever support it for real, so its Nintendont doing all by himself.
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#3
you have right the H5 is not a sun8i .. ia a sun50i 64Bit Cortex-A53

the guys have a fail information...

the Mali 450 on the H5 is supported by the new driver, i think this is mean

I am aware that retrorangepi remains at h2/h3 , its many work to customize retropie on the soc
you make a great job
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#4
in fact, we're testing new stuff, Retroarch is working on A64 , but still getting EGL issues in H5 (Mali kernel module built OK).
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#5
okay interesting

Allwinner A64 is the 64Bit edition of the H3, supports bigger sd-card sizes and have gbit lan, gpu is thesame mali400mp2 i think the performace is not really faster than H3

The Allwinner H5 is a jump forward, has a Mali450 MP4 with 2 vertex shader and 4 fragment shaders, the performance in tests is over 110% faster than the Mali400MP2
the support of the board is boring....
Allwinner H6 has with the 720MP2 the same performance like the Mali450MP4 i have found a benchmark compare, H6 Support is far behind...

in the price performance check is the allwinner H5 a good hardware deal

i hope in the future runs retropie on the H5...

i love the orange pi pc cheap and good, with the right settings and community support i think its possible to boost up the performance
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