Building the best Raspberry Pi NAS – Wiretrustee SATA

Building the best Raspberry Pi NAS – Wiretrustee SATA

I’ve built a few Raspberry Pi NASes in my day, but none were *this* nice. The Wiretrustee SATA is listed on Crowd Supply and will allow you to plug in a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 and up to four SATA hard drives or SSDs to build your own gigabit NAS....
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 GPU Bringup LIVE – Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080

Raspberry Pi GPU Bringup LIVE – Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080

A friend sent me his MSI Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080. I’m going to plug it into my Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 and see what happens. I’ll also probably recompile the Linux kernel, live! Besides this video, you can check out my progress on...
New Raspberry Pi Projects – CM4 NAS, Piunora, and Seaberry!

New Raspberry Pi Projects – CM4 NAS, Piunora, and Seaberry!

There are new boards in town. The Compute Module 4 ecosystem is expanding at a rapid pace, and I don’t even have time to cover all the new projects I’ve found! The three I cover in this video include: – CM4 NAS by mebs_t:...
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...