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Choosing an Architecture
Most users of FreeBSD will have hardware for either the amd64, i386, or armv6 architectures.
Modern PCs use the amd64 architecture, including those with Intel® branded processors. Computers with more than 3 GB of memory should use amd64. If the computer is an older, 32-bit only model, use i386. For embedded devices and single-board computers (SBC) such as the Raspberry Pi, Beagle Bone Black, Panda Board, and Zed Board, use the armv6 SD card image which supports ARMv6 and ARMv7 processors.
All other users should reference the link:../platforms/[complete list] of supported FreeBSD platforms.
Choosing an Image
The FreeBSD installer can be downloaded in a number of different formats including CD (disc1), DVD (dvd1), and Network Install (bootonly) sized ISO Disc Images, as well as regular and mini USB memory stick images. Recent versions of FreeBSD are also offered as prebuilt expandable Virtual Machine images, and as SD Card images for embedded platforms.
FreeBSD Deployment Statistics
While FreeBSD does not gather deployment statistics, having statistical information available is essential. Please consider installing the https://www.freshports.org/sysutils/bsdstats/[sysutils/bsdstats] package, which collects hardware and software statistics, helping developers understand how to best focus their efforts. The information collected is available at the http://bsdstats.org[bsdstats.org] website.
FreeBSD {rel122-current}-RELEASE
|Installer Images |Virtual Machine Images |SD Card Images |Documentation
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link:{url-rel}/amd64/amd64/ISO-IMAGES/{rel122-current}/[amd64]
link:{url-rel}/i386/i386/ISO-IMAGES/{rel122-current}/[i386]
link:{url-rel}/powerpc/powerpc/ISO-IMAGES/{rel122-current}/[powerpc]
link:{url-rel}/powerpc/powerpc64/ISO-IMAGES/{rel122-current}/[powerpc64]
link:{url-rel}/powerpc/powerpcspe/ISO-IMAGES/{rel122-current}/[powerpcspe]
link:{url-rel}/sparc64/sparc64/ISO-IMAGES/{rel122-current}/[sparc64]
link:{url-rel}/arm64/aarch64/ISO-IMAGES/{rel122-current}/[aarch64]

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link:{url-rel}/VM-IMAGES/README.txt[README]
link:{url-rel}/VM-IMAGES/{rel122-current}-RELEASE/amd64/Latest/[amd64]