It’s not clickbait if it’s the truth.
I bought an AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT. I plugged it into a Raspberry Pi. This is what happened.
I would give you a link to where you can buy one, but… you basically can’t. I’m thanking my lucky stars I could buy one at MSRP, because if not, I don’t think I’d be able to afford the keyboard I’m typing this on!
If you like what you see, and want me to continue doing insane things with Pis and other devices—and maybe someday get an external GPU working on the Pi, please consider supporting the channel:
Mentioned in this video:
– Pi PCI Express Database entry for RX 6700 XT: https://pipci.jeffgeerling.com/cards_gpu/sapphire-radeon-rx550-2gb.html (GitHub issue is also linked there.)
– Gamers Nexus’ RX 6700 XT teardown: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmOp3LLwHmM
– How to enable the USB 2.0 ports on CM4: https://www.jeffgeerling.com/blog/2020/usb-20-ports-not-working-on-compute-module-4-check-your-overlays
– Pi PCI Express Database entry for older Radeon 5450: https://pipci.jeffgeerling.com/cards_gpu/visiontek-radeon-5450-1gb.html
– How to cut the PCIe x1 slot on the CM4 IO Board: TODO
Products I mentioned / used in this video (some are affiliate links):
– AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT: Good luck. Out of stock everywhere.
– Redragon 700W PSU: TODO
– x1 to x16 PCIe riser cable: TODO
– SanDisk Extreme 128GB microSD card: TODO
– Noctua 4-pin PWM fan: TODO
– Molex to floppy power adapter: TODO
00:00 – How much did it cost?
00:50 – Unboxing
04:05 – Pi Problems
05:40 – Plugging it in
09:59 – No explosions, yay!
12:18 – Needed: a Driver
12:40 – Compiling the kernel
20:09 – Something goes wrong
22:03 – Not all is lost!