Last week, I put together a water-cooled Raspberry Pi 4 and overclocked it to 2.0Ghz. It worked really well, but the system is really big and quite expensive. So, I wanted to compare it to a couple of other Raspberry Pi cooling solutions to see which is the most cost-effective, while still being efficient.

I compared the thermal performance of plain aluminium heatsinks, a compact case with a cooling fan and heatsinks, an Ice Tower, and then the water-cooled Pi.

Here’s a link to the write-up of the results –

Purchase Links For Cooling Solutions
Heatsink Cooling Kit –
Cooling Fan Case –
Ice Tower –
Ice Tower (Low Profile) –
Water Cooled Pi (Build Guide) –

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