# Hardware Compatibility

We have updated our hardware support tracking and moved it to a repo of it's own along with a web frontend at: https://tested.blissos.org/

Repo: https://github.com/BlissRoms-x86/CompatibilityList

Supported CPU's:

(as of 2022 Q4)


  • Intel i Series (i3/5/7/9) - Fully Supported
  • Intel Celeron M - Fully Supported (Kernel 5.4+ recommended)
  • Intel Atom - Mostly Supported (Kernel 5.10+ recommended)
  • Core2Duo - Not Fully Supported (Needs SSE4.2) (May require 32bit builds)


  • A Series - Mostly Supported (Needs SSE4.2) (Kernel 5.10+ recommended)
  • Ryzen Series (1k-7k) - Fully Supported (Kernel 5.10+ recommended)
  • Athlon Series - Mostly Supported (Needs SSE4.2) (Kernel 5.10+ recommended)

Supported GPU's:

  • Intel iGPU : Supported
  • Intel dGPU (Ex: DG1/DG2) : Untested
  • AMD APU/GPU : Supported
  • Nvidia : Support but limited


BlissOS include native-bridge solution for translating ARM apps. If you can boot BlissOS, you can use this native bridge as it require x86_64v2 CPU. As of right now, 2 native bridge solution are being used :

  • BlissOS 14/15 : Intel's libhoudini (aka Intel Bridge Technology)
  • BlissOS 16/17 : Google's libndk_translation.

These are proprietary libraries extracted from firmware of different devices.

How to identify Native-Bridge Types in ISO file ?

* houdini - Includes Intel's Houdini (Works with most Intel CPU's and some recent AMD CPU's) * libndk - Includes Google's libndk-translation (Works on all CPU's, but not as efficient as Houdini)