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Amazon also has Flirc Raspberry Pi Case (Gen 2) for $12.95 ---> $13.24. Shipping is free.

Note, temporarily out of stock but may still be purchased and ships when available.

Flirc Inc. via Amazon also has Flirc Raspberry Pi Case (Gen 2) for $12.95. Shipping is free.

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Flirc via Newegg has Flirc Raspberry Pi Case (Gen 2) for $12.95Shipping is free. Thanks Chewpers
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Flirc Raspberry Pi Case Gen2 (New Model)

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07349HT26

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This case is very effective because it has an integrated heatsink. The case is solid aluminum and contacts the chips, dissipating heat very effectively with no fan needed. Commonly regarded as the best passive pi case.
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Plan on buying a couple, but has anyone had any issues with using wifi with this case?
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Looks nice. Is this better than the "official" case?

I'm looking to make a RetroPi setup.
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Looks nice. Is this better than the "official" case?

I'm looking to make a RetroPi setup.
Also planning on setting up a RetroPie, and I've been watching this case for a while; I've seen it highly regarded and recommended by several sites that do build guides.
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Also planning on setting up a RetroPie, and I've been watching this case for a while; I've seen it highly regarded and recommended by several sites that do build guides.
Any particular reason why it's worth paying double? I realize it's not much difference, just curious. I want to get the right one.
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Any particular reason why it's worth paying double? I realize it's not much difference, just curious. I want to get the right one.
This case is very effective because it has an integrated heatsink. The case is solid aluminum and contacts the chips, dissipating heat very effectively with no fan needed. Commonly regarded as the best passive pi case.
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This case is very effective because it has an integrated heatsink. The case is solid aluminum and contacts the chips, dissipating heat very effectively with no fan needed. Commonly regarded as the best passive pi case.
Thanks! That's very helpful!
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Plan on buying a couple, but has anyone had any issues with using wifi with this case?
I just set one up this week, no wifi issues at all for me.
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I use this for my repro pie setup. Wi-Fi works great and the case itself acts as a heat sink. Haven't tried to oc it but haven't needed to. I've only ran up to n64 games on it tho
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I use this for my repro pie setup. Wi-Fi works great and the case itself acts as a heat sink. Haven't tried to oc it but haven't needed to. I've only ran up to n64 games on it tho
You have any suggestions for usb n64 controllers?
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You have any suggestions for usb n64 controllers?
Honestly I just bought the ones I thought looked the coolest on eBay lol. Wired usb
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Limit 2 but Amazon is a seller too. So I got 2 and 4 from Amazon. Amazon is out of stock but hopefully it won't be too long. Making retropi's for my groomsmem
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I bought 2. One for my current retropi and one for another project. Thanks
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Cheaper options on ebay I think?
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