I like it though. Reminds me of my 1st aftermarket cooler back on my Q6600. Some cooler master 92mm thing. Followed by a V6 GTS>280mm AIO (original corsair H110)>custom loop.I heard the rgb can increase emulation performance on Pi4 by 18-23%, big if true
ahh the orbz! I remember that craze lol. Wanted one, never had one and I don't think I was missing much in retrospect. I did have a couple "flower" coolers thoughBehold the Tt Superorb, the opposite of your PI heatsink. A bigger and crappier version of the golden orb of core cracking fame. Bought one of these to use on a 1 ghz Tbird back in the day, it was extremely noisy and could not keep the proc from nearly overheating.
I tried to fit a zalman copper orb on a raspberry pi 4, tried to dig out one of my old blorbs, and even pulled out a few pentium heat sinks. Unfortunately, it was no use- too little zheight clearance on the pi 4 for most heat sinks. The best I could do was some old zalman mem sinks.i had a gorb at one time and blorbs on my chipsets and gpus.
That thing costs more than the gorb did. I had a gorb. It did the job.
I have a ThermalTake Volcano 6cu + sitting on top of a raspberry pi (which is in a FLIRC metal case). The base models weren't that bad for being loud, but the 6 cu + had a blistering fan speed - something like 7,500 rpm. That was definitely no joke volume wise.Keep yer blorbs. ThermalTake Volcano, with three blades and a copper finstack for the win. My personal favorite bad heatsink. Remember the devil being LOUD.
I am, and I love it.
Itx eat your heart out
I’m in - Can I get that power supply as a 5v titanium psu?I actually had a look, I don't see any for sale. I would love if someone made a tiny ATX-like case for the Pi that had a TG window, front mesh for two tiny fans, and a PSU basement to put in a 5v Power supply.