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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?...
12 PCI Express M.2 Slots on a Raspberry Pi!?

12 PCI Express M.2 Slots on a Raspberry Pi!?

I take Alftel Systems’ 12-slot PCI Express M.2 carrier board for a spin on my Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4, and mention their soon-to-be-announced ‘Seaberry’ Mini ITX board for the Compute Module! Check out all the neat stuff Alftel makes:...
Can My Water Cooled Raspberry Pi Cluster Beat My MacBook?

Can My Water Cooled Raspberry Pi Cluster Beat My MacBook?

I recently built this water-cooled Raspberry Pi cluster and now it’s time to put it to the test. I ran it against a Windows PC, a MacBook Air and a single Raspberry Pi to see how it compares. On each platform, we searched for all of the primes numbers up to a...
WiFi 6 on the Raspberry Pi CM4 makes it Fly! MORE THAN 1 Gbps!

WiFi 6 on the Raspberry Pi CM4 makes it Fly! MORE THAN 1 Gbps!

The Raspberry Pi has built in 802.11ac WiFi. But it’s not that fast. Let’s see what we can do about that! I tried getting both an ASUS AC51 and Intel AX200 PCI express card working on the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4. How did that work out? Check out this...
4+ Gbps Ethernet on the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4

4+ Gbps Ethernet on the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4

After my previous video testing Intel’s i340 4-port gigabit Ethernet NIC on the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4, I thought I’d see if I could break the 4 Gbps networking barrier—and I did! Check out the Raspberry Pi PCIe Card Database:...