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Can these boards replace the Raspberry Pi CM4?

Can these boards replace the Raspberry Pi CM4?

There are two new Rockchip RK3566-based Compute Module 4 competitors, the Radxa CM3, and the Pine64 SOQuartz. Should you go buy one of these instead of a Raspberry Pi? Maybe, but not yet. I’ll explain why. Mentioned in this video: – Radxa CM3:...
You call THAT a router?! 2 Tiny Raspberry Pi Routers

You call THAT a router?! 2 Tiny Raspberry Pi Routers

Take a look at the two smallest Raspberry Pi Routers in existence: The DFRobot IoT Router Board Mini and the Seeed Studio Routerboard! Along the way, learn about networking, OpenWRT, and how these two routerboards stack up against each other. Support me on Patreon:...
A Raspberry Pi takes on KIOXIA’s Enterprise NVMe and SAS SSDs

A Raspberry Pi takes on KIOXIA’s Enterprise NVMe and SAS SSDs

It took some convincing, but KIOXIA sent me two of their latest Enterprise SSDs, the PM6 SAS 24G drive, and the CM6 PCIe NVMe drive, and I test them using the MegaRAID card and ‘Elrond’ storage enclosure sent to me by Broadcom. How do the drives perform?...
Raspberry Pi boots off an NVMe SSD, natively!

Raspberry Pi boots off an NVMe SSD, natively!

The Raspberry Pi can now boot off NVMe drives natively—assuming you have the right hardware. NVMe Boot is currently in beta, but will hopefully be available on all Compute Module 4’s soon! This is the fastest way to run a Raspberry Pi, but is it better than just...
How to flash the eMMC on a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4

How to flash the eMMC on a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4

How do you flash a new OS onto the eMMC built into a Compute Module 4? It’s simple! In this video, I’ll show you how. And for those who don’t like watching videos, here’s a blog post that goes along with the video:...