alxprogramz wrote:I purchased a Raspberry pi online along with a case and adapter. Now on the chip(CPU) it says Broadcom BCM28374RIFGBG. I'm new in computer also the architecture. I'm running Raspbian, Kali Linux, and the Fedora distro. How can I tell if my Raspberry pi is truly 64-bit when the OS's tells me that I have ARMv7. I feel that I got ripped. Please help
The Raspberry Pi 3B is an ARMv8 CPU
The majority of suitable Operating Systems are compiled for AArch32 so they can run with the differing ARM CPU's of the Raspberry Pi family
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If you want to run a AArch64 Operating System there are a few available.
So no you have not been ripped off...
.......the RPT / RPF are not offering a "free" AArch64 Operating System
This at present is my daily "computer" https://www.asus.com/us/Chrome-Devices/Chromebit-CS10/