Do you know how to determine what Raspberry Pi 4 Model is what without any labels on the pi? This video will show you where to look. Don’t forget to check out the new 2019 Flirc Cases for Raspberry Pi 4 coming soon too https://youtu.be/lfbg7mD31sU
Another method I found that is a little more difficult depending on the light is to look on the RAM chips themselves. More difficult because they are just strings of Letters and Numbers. The easiest way is to think
1GB = 1.6 – 10 19
2GB = 2.4 – 16 19
4GB = 3.3 – 19 19
I feel like there’s a math problem that the Raspberry Pi team put there just as an inside joke.
The stickers on the back that look similar to a QR Code are a sony barcode to track quality control, apparently. Even though they do appear to get bigger on each.
1GB = 15/04
2GB = 20/05
4GB = 24/05
The information on the ram chips are as follows
1GB = K4F8E30 4H8MGCJ
2GB = 9FD77 D9WHZ
4GB = 9FD77 D9WHV
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