@Suhailjr But I think since it's not a plug and plug play system and it will laying on the PCB for the long term, it might be fine. for me, it's similar to the Intel Edison and the PICO-IMX7 System-on-Module
Built on the same 64-bit quad-core BCM2711 application processor as Raspberry Pi 4, Compute Module 4 delivers a step-change in performance over its predecessors: faster CPU cores, better multimedia, more interfacing capabilities, and, for the first time, a choice of RAM densities and a wireless connectivity option.
You can find detailed specs here,
Compute Module 4 IO Board
The IO board provides:
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@kowshik1729 Please check this, it might help you,
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@salmanfaris Oh hey woow...this is what I've been searching for. I have contacted Nvidia forums asking for the design files of this module. But those people gave me the design files of the Carrier board. What a waste of time. This is awesome...!! Can I get the design files of this SOM? Not to replicate but just for my reference, practicing, and understanding.
@kksjunior Just a small naughty thought ....Is it possible to upgrade the RAM on those RPi modules? I mean if the modules has pin to pin compatibility then can I consider upgrading them? Or will I be having some limitations from the Broadcom SoC they have on board?