Just noticed this: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/25564/BIOS-Update-SCCHTAX5-86A- Download BIOS Update [SCCHTAX5.86A]
According to the TXE firmware (2.0.xxx), it seems to be for the new ICS platform (Core M or Broxton). Why is it listed compatible with the current BayTrail ICS?
The model STK1A32SC belongs to the new generation with Intel® Core™ M Processors. Intel are going to be in the market in 2 months (aprox).
The current models are Intel® Compute Stick STCK1A32WFC (Windows) and STCK1A8LFC (Linux) and the current BIOS versions are below:
OK, thanks for the information. I noticed earlier that this file was delisted from the STCK1A32WFC section, so it is clear now.
BTW: the code you mentioned (STK1A32SC) seem to reveal a 32GB unit, not 64 like it was on the roadmap...
Mike, you have wrong information. Because of the 32 GB eMMC it could not be the Core M variant. It is an unannounced Atom Cherry Trail variant of ICS.
Same specs as the current ICS but with Atom x5-Z8300 SoC. And maybe it is compatible with Windows 10 TH2
According to our last update, the new Intel® Compute Sticks will have Core m3 and m5 chips. The official documentation will be available in 3 or 4 weeks with all the specs.