FLIRC Raspberry Pi 4 passive cooling case

Building on its previous Raspberry Pi 3 FLIRC passive cooling case, FLIRC has now created an aluminium case for the Raspberry Pi 4 offering impressive passive cooling technology and using the aluminium case is a huge heatsink. The rugged Raspberry Pi case is available for less than $16 and can be seen in action in the video below.

“The perfect home for your new Raspberry Pi 4. We will ensure our case is adjusted to fit the latest Raspberry Pi specifications. Our case is made of a beautiful aluminium core heat sink that is sandwiched between two black, soft touch shells that feel amazing in your hands. But once it’s out of your hands, it blends in with your entertainment system.”

This is the first affordable Raspberry Pi case made out of aluminum. We wanted to ensure we didn’t sacrifice form over function, so we used the aluminium housing of the case to provide a built in heat sink. Supplied with the case is a thermal pad and 4 screws for the simplest Raspberry Pi case assembly on the market. It only takes seconds to drop your Raspberry Pi into it’s amazing new home and show it off on your counter top.

We included rubber feet to raise the enclosure so it just hovers underneath your television. In addition to the built in heat sink, small ventilation slots on the bottom help keep the Raspberry Pi cool. GPIO pins are accessible through the slot on the bottom of the case and there is no need for disassembly to get to the SD card. We know you will love the attention to detail we put in throughout the case.”

if you’re interested in learning more about the main Raspberry Pi operating systems currently available allowing you to create a wealth of different projects from desktop computer replacements to gaming consoles, jump over to our which Raspberry Pi OS article.

Source: FLIRC Raspberry Pi 4 passive cooling case

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