I made an only fans case for my Raspberry Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi @Raspberry_Pi
The DIY Life blog writes a tutorial in an extreme cooling solution for a Raspberry Pi 4B:
Every time I’ve made a new case for my Raspberry Pi, there are always a few comments suggesting adding another fan or making improvements to the cooling, so today I’m going to put these suggestions to the test by building a case that has as many fans as possible to find out if more fans really result in lower CPU temperatures.
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