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Eleduino Studio via Amazon.com has Eleduino Raspberry Pi 3, 2 and B+ Case Aluminum w/ Fan (Black) on sale for $14.90 - $3.73 w/ promo code PDHPA548 = $11.17. Shipping is free w/ Prime or orders $25+. Thanks Virmillion

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Grab one of these for only $11.17!

Save 25% each on Qualifying items offered by Eleduino Studio when you purchase 1 or more. Enter code PDHPA548 at checkout. Here's how (restrictions apply)

Specs:
  • Aluminum case ,Customize for Raspberry Pi 3/Raspberry Pi 2/ Raspberry Pi B+
  • High dimensional accuracy, surface anodic oxidation process. Durable, good heat dissipation
  • Good ventilation,easy carrying Simply Clicks Together Enclosure,good heat dissipation
  • Smart design,not block the wifi/BT signals
  • Access to all Raspberry Pi 3 /Raspberry Pi 2 / Raspberry Pi B+ consumer ports and GSI, camera and GPIO connectors
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Highly recommended if you run some of the more resource-intensive emulators in RetroPie. I haven't had the temperature warning come up once since switching to this case from one of the fanless acrylic models. The machining on some of the screw holes leaves something to be desired, though.
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I bought this for $12 according to a fellow Slickdealer's recommendation:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01H8L4EM8/
It's fanless, so one less thing to break.
Although I had to buy the thermal compound for the contact and that's a few dollars extra if you don't already have it.
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Can I use this for kodi
This is just a case
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This is just a case
Thanks.. I missed that part 😊
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Highly recommended if you run some of the more resource-intensive emulators in RetroPie. I haven't had the temperature warning come up once since switching to this case from one of the fanless acrylic models. The machining on some of the screw holes leaves something to be desired, though.
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I bought this for $12 according to a fellow Slickdealer's recommendation:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01H8L4EM8/
It's fanless, so one less thing to break.
Although I had to buy the thermal compound for the contact and that's a few dollars extra if you don't already have it.
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Highly recommended if you run some of the more resource-intensive emulators in RetroPie. I haven't had the temperature warning come up once since switching to this case from one of the fanless acrylic models. The machining on some of the screw holes leaves something to be desired, though.
Am I reading this wrong, I see nothing that would suggest this case would keep your raspberry pi running cooler versus it being barebones, unless you're only comparing it to other cases.
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Highly recommended if you run some of the more resource-intensive emulators in RetroPie. I haven't had the temperature warning come up once since switching to this case from one of the fanless acrylic models. The machining on some of the screw holes leaves something to be desired, though.
how loud is the fan?
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Hmmmm, same seller has a fanless one [amazon.com] in that same listing (it's the 3rd one over for me), but the code doesn't work on it.
Anyway, thanks OP, and Tom-Chan for your contribution.
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Am I reading this wrong, I see nothing that would suggest this case would keep your raspberry pi running cooler versus it being barebones, unless you're only comparing it to other cases.
I did specifically mention my previous fanless acrylic case, which caused the Pi to run hotter due to its lack of ventilation. Yes, I'm sure a Pi without a case would run cooler since no case is the ultimate ventilation.

Regarding fan noise, I couldn't even hear the fan from two feet away when I first plugged it in.
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These are nice but for a fanless case the FLIRC is great. There's a post coming from the top that contacts the chip and makes the entire thing a sink. I never go above 53-54C.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...159acQdpnL
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Thanks.. I missed that part 😊
But if it were a pi 3 then yes there are lots of tutorials on setting up kodi. Also retro pi for old arcade and console games.
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I don't understand this at all. But oddly I still want one.
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In for one. Thanks OP
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