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Raspberry Pi 4 Model B 2GB - £32.57 @ CPC Farnell
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Raspberry Pi 4 Model B 2GB - £32.57 @ CPC Farnell

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FYI, while this is a good deal, it's apparently a permanent price cut going forward - raspberrypi.org/blo…gb/
Great price, amazing little device. With proper cooling it can go up to 2Ghz without a problem!
That's mine...
39996908-D1XV6.jpg
Edited by: "PetrolHeadRR" 27th Feb
hoggs27/02/2020 12:00

Is that a fan and case combo unit?


No, I've bought the aluminum case from Amazon for 9.99 (ASIN: B07XL17RQ4) and the fan is cheap chineese one for 0.99. You can use the side pins to connect the fan (needs to work on 5V)
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Great price, amazing little device. With proper cooling it can go up to 2Ghz without a problem!
That's mine...
39996908-D1XV6.jpg
Edited by: "PetrolHeadRR" 27th Feb
Is it worth the extra to get the 4gb version? Looking at just using it for retro games.
FYI, while this is a good deal, it's apparently a permanent price cut going forward - raspberrypi.org/blo…gb/
PetrolHeadRR27/02/2020 11:49

Great price, amazing little device. With proper cooling it can go up to …Great price, amazing little device. With proper cooling it can go up to 2Ghz without a problem!That's mine...[Image]


Is that a fan and case combo unit?
hoggs27/02/2020 12:00

Is that a fan and case combo unit?


No, I've bought the aluminum case from Amazon for 9.99 (ASIN: B07XL17RQ4) and the fan is cheap chineese one for 0.99. You can use the side pins to connect the fan (needs to work on 5V)
PetrolHeadRR27/02/2020 12:08

No, I've bought the aluminum case from Amazon for 9.99 (ASIN: B07XL17RQ4) …No, I've bought the aluminum case from Amazon for 9.99 (ASIN: B07XL17RQ4) and the fan is cheap chineese one for 0.99. You can use the side pins to connect the fan (needs to work on 5V)


Ace. Thanks
Shame it's not the 4gb model.
UltraMagnus27/02/2020 12:19

Shame it's not the 4gb model.


Depends of your needs, currently I can't use more than 1GB of the RAM. I have raspbian installed with retro pi and kodi. I've clocked the device to 2Ghz just to see how Quake 3 is running (and it's running nice).
Anyone in the know have a link for a decent case / heatsink/ fan that won't take 6 weeks to come from Corona-ville?
rockape7327/02/2020 11:57

Is it worth the extra to get the 4gb version? Looking at just using it for …Is it worth the extra to get the 4gb version? Looking at just using it for retro games.


If thats your use-case i would probably hold fire retropie isn't released yet AFAIK.

I mean you can absolutely retro game on it, check ETA Prime on youtube, but for an out of the box, all-in-one - retropie is hard to beat.
aidan.conway27/02/2020 12:44

Anyone in the know have a link for a decent case / heatsink/ fan that …Anyone in the know have a link for a decent case / heatsink/ fan that won't take 6 weeks to come from Corona-ville?



thepihut.com/pro…i-4
Edited by: "Josh.Rogan" 27th Feb
aidan.conway27/02/2020 12:44

Anyone in the know have a link for a decent case / heatsink/ fan that …Anyone in the know have a link for a decent case / heatsink/ fan that won't take 6 weeks to come from Corona-ville?


The Flirc case at £16.02 delivered from CPC is a great passively cooled case (the lid becomes the heatsink)

cpc.farnell.com/fli…308

Review results at 15:17
Edited by: "davem" 27th Feb
I was reading the other day that they have a new revision that fixes an issue with power.
I've been running a Minecraft vanilla server for the family without any issues on the 4gb version.

These are great.
Walgeon27/02/2020 14:00

I was reading the other day that they have a new revision that fixes an …I was reading the other day that they have a new revision that fixes an issue with power.


There has been a release of a device that works with USB-C PD power sources (mac and certain anker ones IIRC) - this has been a pretty silent release and the differences on the circuit board are pretty subtle, if this matters to you I would advise phoning your vendor and asking them to confirm the new release, otherwise I would suspect its a lottery if you get one or not.

If you get one and want to check if you got the revision, details are here: raspberrypi.org/for…629
maybe I should have ordered PI 3b+ I am hearing its supports more retropie images and is an cheaper option. what's CPC like for returns?
Edited by: "hackerace" 27th Feb
Also some good sound on offer

Hifiberry dac+
Walgeon27/02/2020 14:00

I was reading the other day that they have a new revision that fixes an …I was reading the other day that they have a new revision that fixes an issue with power.


I emailed to ask about this and the answer I got back was that they were usb c devices... Helpful I know.
6% TCB
Wish the 4gb would come down
Would this work well as NAS for storing footage from my CCTV cameras?

Currently using a 3B+ for Home assistant and not really saving any footage
davem27/02/2020 12:59

The Flirc case at £16.02 delivered from CPC is a great passively cooled …The Flirc case at £16.02 delivered from CPC is a great passively cooled case (the lid becomes the heatsink)https://cpc.farnell.com/flirc/102476/case-flirc-black-silver-pi-4-model/dp/SC15308Review results at 15:17 [Video]


Nice case, but wanted something that caters for the PoE Hat v2, but yet to find a decent solution.
emmpii827/02/2020 21:34

Theres this on eBay


It's £15 cheaper than anywhere else, got to be a scam? There's no reason to undercut this much
montblanc28/02/2020 21:08

It's £15 cheaper than anywhere else, got to be a scam? There's no reason …It's £15 cheaper than anywhere else, got to be a scam? There's no reason to undercut this much


I bought 2 from that seller a couple of weeks ago, all good so far.
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