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Flirc Rasbperry Pi Cases: Pi 4 $12, Pi Zero EXPIRED

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Flirc Inc. via Amazon has select Flirc Rasbperry Pi Cases on sale for the prices listed. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25+.

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  • All LEDs visible in it's case
  • GPIO and SD Card accessible
  • Silent, passively cooled case
  • No fan ever needed
  • Made from aluminum, built in heat sink

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Looks like Flirc raspberry pi cases are on sale at Amazon. One of the better passive cooling cases you can buy. But not for those who need GPIO access.

Pi 4 - $11.95 [amazon.com]
Pi 3 - $10.95 [amazon.com]
Pi Zero - $9.95 [amazon.com]
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The FLIRC case is good because it provides passive cooling. It's good enough to run with a mild overclock. The fit and finish is high quality.

If you need to have GPIO access, the pins are hidden under the case, but a GPIO extender cable (or 40-pin IDE cable) will fit through a slot on the case.

For those of you looking for a Pi, Adafruit reliably has them on Wednesday mornings.
those are extinct
what am i supposed to put inside of it?

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Excellent cases! Had all three and they've all been solid!
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Just got to find a Pi to put in it. Rpilocator.com is a great tool to find em, but I have only seen the compute modules available recently.
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what am i supposed to put inside of it?
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Quote from SplendidHome1945 :
what am i supposed to put inside of it?
A Raspberry Pi.
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A Raspberry Pi.
those are extinct
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Went ahead and got a Pi Zero case.

BTW, that one actually has an alternate top with a cutout for GPIO pins.
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I can't fit my old laptop in this that is doing Pi duty due to Pi unavailability.
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So anyone know where I can get a raspberry pi 4 with manufacture price?
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The FLIRC case is good because it provides passive cooling. It's good enough to run with a mild overclock. The fit and finish is high quality.

If you need to have GPIO access, the pins are hidden under the case, but a GPIO extender cable (or 40-pin IDE cable) will fit through a slot on the case.

For those of you looking for a Pi, Adafruit reliably has them on Wednesday mornings.
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Flirc cases are fantastic. I have two of them, and two Argon cases as well. I prefer the latter but I'm tempted to buy one or two more Flirc cases even if I don't have Pi's to put in them (yet). The passive cooling works really well. I've significantly overclocked a Pi4 in one of them (over_voltage=8, arm_freq=2100) without fails. (although I'd probably get one eventually if I kept it under load)
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Just FYI these cases are aluminum which will hurt WiFi signal strength.
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How to find Raspberry pi available for sale? I have been looking for it but not finding it available anywhere.
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Quote from ben_r_ :
Excellent cases! Had all three and they've all been solid!
Yep, I have 2. Love this case.
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