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2 min read - Posted 18 Dec 19

Supported hardware to run an Ethereum node

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In the article, we have grouped a list of tested and worth considering supported hardware to synchronize an Ethereum full node:

It is not clear what are the minimum and recommended hardware specification to run a node but here you can find a few hints to know if you can or cannot.

Memory

Minimum 2GB DDR3 Recommended 4GB DDR3

Disk

No HDD SSD Recommended M.2 PCIe 2.0 x4

CPU

TBD


Hardware table

Boards
BoardCostTestedReviewTime to sync mainnet
Raspberry Pi 4 (model B) 4GB$55Yhere3 days, 12 hours
NanoPi-M4$50N
Jetson-nano$?Y4 days
RockPiN
Rock64N
Nano-PC-T4N
UDOO X86 II ULTRAN
ODROID-H2N

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