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Flirc Raspberry Pi 4 Case (Silver)
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I own this case, I like this case, but it sits in a drawer. If a silent case is your goal, then this is great. If you are going to do anything that needs a little bit of performance, get a case with a fan. I recently got the Argon One [amazon.com] case, which is on sale now on Amazon.

To add to that, overclocking is very easy and gives you significantly more performance. DietPi is definitely my go to OS for Raspberry Pi. Gives you a huge list of software with easy install options, and preprogrammed overclocking profiles, among a bunch of other features that DietPi makes simple to implement.
Nice now any deals on the pi4 8gb?
Might want to wait anyway to see if they start using the new revision faster chip that they are putting on the compute modules and the 400 keyboards.

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Nice now any deals on the pi4 8gb?
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I wish I could add "-case" to my rpi alert without filtering out bundles.
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Nice now any deals on the pi4 8gb?
YMMV, only discount I've seen on the Pi4 8gb is in store only Micro Center for $65.
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Nice now any deals on the pi4 8gb?
Might want to wait anyway to see if they start using the new revision faster chip that they are putting on the compute modules and the 400 keyboards.
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I wish I had micro center stores in my state. Unfortunately, there is none here. The cheapest RPI v4 8GB is over 100$ on Amazon.
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Man just picked up the argon from Amazon yesterday for 20...wonder if this is worth it. They said the argon fan is quiet
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I own this case, I like this case, but it sits in a drawer. If a silent case is your goal, then this is great. If you are going to do anything that needs a little bit of performance, get a case with a fan. I recently got the Argon One [amazon.com] case, which is on sale now on Amazon.

To add to that, overclocking is very easy and gives you significantly more performance. DietPi is definitely my go to OS for Raspberry Pi. Gives you a huge list of software with easy install options, and preprogrammed overclocking profiles, among a bunch of other features that DietPi makes simple to implement.
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i like this design!
is there something similar that i can also squeeze an SSD in as well? mine is stick out like a sore thumb with this USB 3 to SSD cord
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I own this case, I like this case, but it sits in a drawer. If a silent case is your goal, then this is great. If you are going to do anything that needs a little bit of performance, get a case with a fan. I recently got the Argon One [amazon.com] case, which is on sale now on Amazon.
Note that the sale ($5 off) is only for Prime members.
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Man just picked up the argon from Amazon yesterday for 20...wonder if this is worth it. They said the argon fan is quiet
Very quiet, also very cool looking. You can adjust the fan curve yourself.
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i like this design!
is there something similar that i can also squeeze an SSD in as well? mine is stick out like a sore thumb with this USB 3 to SSD cord
Not the same design and about 4 times more expensive, but you could have a look at this Argon One case [amazon.com] mentioned in this thread. There's an extension board [amazon.com] that allows you to add a M.2 drive to it.
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i like this design!
is there something similar that i can also squeeze an SSD in as well? mine is stick out like a sore thumb with this USB 3 to SSD cord
Argon One M.2. SSD Case [amazon.com]

Edit: I now realize someone else basically provided this info, but I will still let this sit here.
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Can anyone with this case comment on whether it blocks the hdmi port? I have a different case that sets the port too deep, effectively blocking it.
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