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 the Raspberry Pi beat a real NAS?

Can the Raspberry Pi beat a real NAS?

Some lower end NASes like ASUSTOR’s Drivestor 4 Pro use ARM processors—just like the Raspberry Pi! Can the Pi hold its own against a lower-cost NAS from a major storage vendor? Check out the Drivestor 4 Pro here: https://amzn.to/3pifC4J And more on Radxa’s...
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:...
Huge Raspberry Pi OS Update! Lots Of New Stuff With This One!

Huge Raspberry Pi OS Update! Lots Of New Stuff With This One!

Raspberry Pi OS has been updated to Debian Bullseye and its added a ton of new stuff like Hardware-accelerated YouTube video playback using Chromium, A New Window manager known as Mutter and a free 300Mhz CPU overclock! Learn More about Raspberry Pi OS Bullseye here:...
FREE 300 MHz upgrade for your Raspberry Pi? Bullseye is here!

FREE 300 MHz upgrade for your Raspberry Pi? Bullseye is here!

Raspberry Pi OS Bullseye is here. Hopefully the 64-bit version comes soon. Go download it at https://www.raspberrypi.com/software/operating-systems/ Bullseye changelog: https://downloads.raspberrypi.org/raspios_armhf/release_notes.txt Comments/bug report thread:...