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Posted (edited) · creality c10 v3

If it is an older printer you will need to look at the mainboard and the main chip on the board.  If it is an STM32F1 then it's 32 bit.

I don't think Creality has put an 8 bit board into a printer since last fall.  There should be something on the Creality site to point you in the right direction.  The CR10 forum on Reddit would be a good place to start looking as well.

I just found this...I don't know if it's true but it's the way my boards are:

"Look at the USB connector. If it is a mini USB socket then it is 8 bit. If it is a micro USB socket it is 32 bit."

So the bigger socket means it's 8 bit.


This site mostly covers Ultimaker hardware and Cura.  My printer is an Ender 3 Pro but I'm much in the minority here.

Edited by GregValiant
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