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Desktop Raspberry Pi case

By Andrew Gregory. Posted

PC aficionados love two things above all else: overclocking and cooling. We looked into cooling a Raspberry Pi with liquid nitrogen way back in the early days of HackSpace magazine, but this solution by Michael Klements is just a smidge more user-friendly.

He’s used an ICE Tower cooling system for Raspberry Pi, an I2C OLED display, various cables and screws, clear laser-cut 2 mm acrylic for the sides, and black PLA filament for the body. Michael designed the case in Tinkercad – he’s also made the design files available so that you can build this case yourself.

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