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...
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...
I lied… WiFi 6 on the Raspberry Pi is NOT faster than Ethernet

I lied… WiFi 6 on the Raspberry Pi is NOT faster than Ethernet

As it turns out, my benchmarking process was flawed, and I had to learn a bit about the Linux networking stack to figure out why! Special thanks to commenter marvell marvell for pointing out the obvious, and to Javier Choclin for suggesting I try out the MZHOU...
Raspberry Pi CM4 does 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet!

Raspberry Pi CM4 does 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet!

The CM4 goes beyond 1 Gigabit with WiFi 6. But can it do 2.5 Gbps Ethernet? I’ll explore that question using the Rosewill RC20001 PCIe card, and test how fast it can go on my new baby 10 Gbps home network! Support me on Patreon:...
Enterprise SAS RAID …on a RASPBERRY PI?!

Enterprise SAS RAID …on a RASPBERRY PI?!

Can you use an enterprise-grade SAS RAID card in the Raspberry Pi? That’s the question I try to answer in this video. There is a lot more data that I didn’t cover in the video, but I cover in the Raspberry Pi PCI Express Card Database website:...