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PCIe Graphics Cards on the Raspberry Pi

PCIe Graphics Cards on the Raspberry Pi

After TWO YEARS it finally works! Video output through multiple GPUs on the Raspberry Pi. Well… sorta. Check out what we have working in the video—and what’s yet to be discovered. Special thanks to EVERYONE who’s worked so hard on this over the past...
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:...
Testing the PiBox mini 2, a Raspberry Pi MicroK8s server

Testing the PiBox mini 2, a Raspberry Pi MicroK8s server

Kubesail sent me their brand-new PiBox mini 2. It’s a 2-drive SATA NAS built with the Compute Module 4. It has a front-panel LCD, native SATA, and more! I did have a little trouble with the early prototype model they sent, but was able to get that fixed and now...
Will ANY GPUs work on the Raspberry Pi?

Will ANY GPUs work on the Raspberry Pi?

Last year I tried getting older AMD and Nvidia graphics cards working on the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4. I was not successful. Armed with three new video cards—newer-gen AMD and Nvidia cards, plus a teensy-tiny M.2 video card from ASRock Rack—can I get any of them...
Argon One M.2 Raspberry Pi Case – SSD on your Pi 4!

Argon One M.2 Raspberry Pi Case – SSD on your Pi 4!

The Argon One has been a popular case for the Raspberry Pi 4 model B. The newer M.2 version of the case adds a new trick: a built-in SSD slot inside the case! There are some caveats and things to watch out for, but watch this video to see my recommendations. Support...