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The Raspberry Pi 2 is a pretty neat little device... but why is it so cool, and what can you do with it? Massdrop link: 🤍 Intel link: 🤍 Pricing & discussion: 🤍 Support us: 🤍 Join our community forum: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Title: Laszlo - Supernova Video Link: 🤍 iTunes Download Link: 🤍 Artist Link: 🤍 Outro Screen Music Credit: Approaching Nirvana - Sugar High 🤍
Unboxing and review of the Raspberry Pi 2, including Raspbian and Libre Office speed tests that demonstrate substantial performance improvement. The Raspberry Pi 2 featured in this video was kindly supply by Newark Element 14, who stock it here: 🤍 You may also be interested in my other Raspberry Pi videos, including: Setting Up a Raspberry Pi (which works just fine for the Pi 2): 🤍 Raspberry Pi XMBC Media Player (which again works with the Pi 2): 🤍 Raspberry Pi Robotics #1: GPIO Control (also Pi 2 compatible!): 🤍 and Raspberry Pi Robotics #2: Zumo Robot (guess what?!): 🤍 More videos on computer hardware and related topics can be found at: 🤍 You may also enjoy my other channel at 🤍
Please note that this is NOT a how-to video for installing Windows 10 IoT, but rather, an overview of what the Pi is and how it works. Raspberry Pi 2 Model B is a quad core mini computer with a 900mhz CPU and 1GB of RAM. It's 6 times faster than it's previous generation model, capable of running Windows 10. You can click on these links using your mouse wheel to open the tabs :) Raspberry Pi 2 Model B: Amazon USA:........... 🤍 Amazon UK:.............. 🤍 Amazon Spain:.......... 🤍 Amazon Italy:............ 🤍 Amazon France:........ 🤍 Amazon Germany:..... 🤍 Lexar High-Performance MicroSDHC 633x 16GB (This is the fastest micro SD card currently available. The faster, the better.) 🤍 Try one of these amazing little Bluetooth keyboard/ mouse combos: 🤍 Wireless WiFi module: 🤍 Don't forget a protective case for you Pi if you feel you need or want one: 🤍 Because it has an ARMv7 processor, it can run the full range of ARM GNU/Linux distributions, including Snappy Ubuntu Core, as well as Microsoft Windows 10 IoT (Click here for more information: 🤍 ). When you use our Amazon link you are supporting our cause and our desire to create videos for you! Please bookmark these links for future Amazon purchases. Thanks again for watching! Don't forget to Subscribe, Like, and Comment with more great video ideas for us.
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Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W review, including hardware specification and comparative performance tests. You can find more information on the Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W at: 🤍 Please note that the Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W shown was supplied for review by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. The video has therefore been flagged as a "paid promotion", as I received something "of value from a third party" that allowed me to make the video ahead of the launch on October 28th 2021. More videos on the Raspberry Pi, other SBCs, and wider computing and related topics, can be found at 🤍 You may also like my ExplainingTheFuture channel at: 🤍 Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 00:57 Specifications 05:34 Performance & Boot Test 08:43 Sysbench 10:49 Image Processing 13:30: Wrap #RaspberryPiZero #PiZero2W #ExplainingComputers
The Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W is here and it is pretty awesome! In this video, we take a look at test out and review the all-new Raspberry Pi Zero 2! Powered by the new Raspberry Pi RP3A0 system-in-package, quad-core 1GHz A53 CPU “Overclockable to 1.3GHz” this is a massive jump in performance when compared to the original Raspberry Pi Zero and more on par with the performance of the Raspberry Pi 3 but in super small Zero form factor! We test out some video playback from YouTube, run some benchmarks and test out some emulation on the Pi Zero 2 like Like GBA using RetroArch, PS1, and even PSP using PPSSPP all running in Raspberry Pi OS Get Some Awesome Pi Accessories from SunFounder Here: Raspad 3.0- 🤍 10.1" Raspberry Pi Touchscreen: 🤍 7" Raspberry Pi Touchscreen: 🤍 Raspberry Pi Ultimate Starter Kit (Raphael Kit):🤍 Learn More Here: 🤍 Flirc Case Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W: 🤍 Pi Zero 2 W On Amazon: 🤍 Follow Me On Twitter: 🤍 Follow Me On Instagram: 🤍 00:00-Intro 00:57-Specs 02:22-Pi Zero 2 Setup Overview 02:39-Pi Zero 2 Raspberry Pi OS Boot 03:48-Testing Raspberry Pi OS 05:06-Video Playback Pi Zero 2 06:50-Web Browsing Pi Zero 2 07:30-Pi Zero 2 Benchmarks 08:42-Pi Zero 2 Emulation Test 09:18-GBA Retroarch Pi Zero 2 W 09:37-PS1 emulation Pi Zero 2 W 10:02-PSP emulation Pi Zero 2 W 11:11-Final Thoughts Equipment I Use: Screen Capture Device: 🤍 Tool Kit: 🤍 Soldering Station: 🤍 Camera: 🤍 Tripod: 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4: 🤍 Flirc Case: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission at no extra cost to you! This video and Channel and Video are for viewers 14 years older and up. This video is not made for viewers under the age of 14. Want to send me something? ETAPRIME 12520 Capital Blvd Ste 401 Number 108 Wake Forest, NC 27587 US THIS VIDEO IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY! #RaspberryPi #PiZero2 #etaprime DISCLAIMER: Under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. No Games Or Applications Are Included Or Added On Or To Any Device In This Video
HI, in this video i will be covering the installation of windows 10 (release) on raspberry pi 2. After installing windows 10, you will be presented with a minimal gui. In order to take advantage of the windows 10 IoT you would need to install visual studios and code projects with c# ( c sharp). thanks for the view! Raspberry Pi 2: 🤍 Raspberry Pi torrent server project 🤍 5 things to do after installing windows 10 🤍 how to clean install windows 10 🤍 windows 10 iot download 🤍 Tweet me: 🤍 🤍 instagram: 🤍 🤍 facebook: 🤍🤍
To keep up to date with the progress of the Raspberry PI, I have now received my model 2's, so the fist thing to do is install Raspbian via NOOBS and see how easy it goes in. The whole process took close to an hour but half of that was waiting for file system expansion and un-attended install stuff + of course I was videoing the whole thing which slowed me down a bit, I estimate the human effort is way under a half hour and the video is edited to 30mins (But no details are missing) The WIFI Adapters I used that were fully supported right out of the box where as follows From Element 14: 🤍 and from Adafruit: 🤍 No additional software was required to get the WIFI up and running and as long as you can have a keyboard and HDMI screen hooked up at time of first setup, you can use SSH for later connections as the HDMI and Keyboard are not essential once completed assuming you want to SSH using PUTTY or Tera Term from a PC, MAC or Linux main machine I am pleased to report the new PI 2 Model B is an excellent improvement and at 35$, a real bargain. For some reason I had a focusing issue for a couple of mins part way through the vid and my sound was noisy near the end, sorry about that, I had not realized until editing the video, Ill try to do better in future :)
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Raspberry Pi turns 10! To celebrate, here's the list of my ten favorite Raspberry Pi projects through the years. Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Sponsor me on GitHub: 🤍 Merch: 🤍 2nd Channel: 🤍 #RaspberryPi #Top10 Mentioned in the video (in order of appearance): - I Block Ads shirt: 🤍 - OSMC: 🤍 - Kodi: 🤍 - Plex: 🤍 - Pi Dramble Cluster: 🤍 - Turing Pi 2 Cluster: 🤍 - Turing Pi 2 on a FARM: 🤍 - 4G LTE on a Pi: 🤍 - Waveshare 5G/4G Dual Ethernet Carrier Board: 🤍 - PiVPN: 🤍 - Open Media Vault: 🤍 - NextCloud: 🤍 - $5000 48 TB All-SSD Pi NAS: 🤍 - Home Assistant Yellow: 🤍 - Arducam 16MP Autofocus Camera: 🤍 - Showmewebcam: 🤍 - DIY Air Quality Monitoring: 🤍 - RetroPie: 🤍 - Retro Lite CM4: 🤍 - Picosystem: 🤍 - Null 2 DIY Retro Gaming Handheld Build: 🤍 - Pi-Hole: 🤍 - Red Shirt Jeff - I block ads shirt: 🤍 - FTC Report on ISP Privacy Practices: 🤍 Contents: 00:00 - Happy 10th Birthday! 00:19 - 10 - Media Center 00:42 - 9 - Cluster for learning 01:27 - 8 - 4G / 5G Hotspot 02:00 - 7 - PiVPN 02:35 - 6 - NAS (OMV, NextCloud) 03:16 - 5 - Home Automation Hub 03:47 - 4 - Camera 04:31 - 3 - Environment Monitoring 05:00 - 2 - Retro Gaming 05:42 - 1 - Pi-Hole (Privacy + DNS)
The Raspberry Pi single board computer is an amazing little device filled with TONS of potential - here are my Top 5 Raspberry Pi projects for 2023. Each one of these projects is a learning experience that has a super useful server as an end result! So let's dig in and see what we can do with our Raspberry Pi! Project Links Pi-hole Project: 🤍 Step-by-step tutorial: 🤍 PiVPN Project: 🤍 Step-by-step tutorial: 🤍 Octoprint Project: 🤍 Home Assistant Project: 🤍 Internet Speed Test Monitor Project: 🤍 Timecodes 00:00 Intro 00:43 How to Get a Raspberry Pi in 2023 03:08 Pi-hole - Network-wide Ad Blocking and DNS Server 04:19 PiVPN - OpenVPN or Wireguard VPN server 05:21 Octoprint - A Must-have 3D Printing Companion 06:32 Home Assistant - Open Source Home Automation Platform 08:02 Internet Speed Test Monitor - Grafana-based Internet Monitoring Buy me a coffee! 🤍 Or donate some Crypto! 🤍 Crosstalk Discord: 🤍 Follow me on: - Twitter: 🤍 - Facebook: 🤍 - Instagram: 🤍 - TikTok: 🤍 Crosstalk Solutions - RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS: 🤍 Amazon Wish List: 🤍 Crosstalk Solutions offers best practice phone systems and network/wireless infrastructure design/deployment. Visit 🤍 for more info! Connect with Chris: LinkedIn: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍
Learn the new way to setup your Raspberry Pi device using Raspberry Pi Imager. This video will step you through the exact process to format your Micro SD card and install the Raspbian operating system as well as booting up and configuring your Raspberry PI. We will also walk through how to connect to your device over SSH and VNC Remote Desktop. Outline Intro 0:00 - 0:33 Download RPI Imager 0:30 - 1:53 Connect SD to Computer 1:53 - 3:30 Flash Raspbian to SD Card 3:30 - 4:15 Power on Raspberry Pi 4:15 - 6:58 Configure OS 6:58 - 11:30 Find RPI on Wifi Network 11:30 - 13:56 Connect via SSH 13:56 - 15:46 Remote Desktop VNC 15:46 - 18:13 Host Website on RPI 18:13 - 21:14 Raspberry Pi Image 🤍 Real VNC Viewer 🤍 Commands SSH ssh pi🤍raspberrypi Ping ping raspberrypi Dig dig raspberrypi Update OS sudo su - apt-get update apt-get upgrade Reboot OS sudo reboot Modify Configuration raspi-config #raspberrypi Subscribe 🤍 New Here? My name is Tim Draper and I live in Boston, MA. I work for a marketing technology startup and love to teach others about emerging technology around artificial intelligence internet of things and google cloud platform. Contact YouTube: YouTube comments are by far the best way to get a response from me! Email: thetimdraper[at]gmail.com *If you contact me, also drop a comment on a video just letting me know that you reached out. Need Help with Something? I offer micro consulting sessions to quickly solve your problems over a screen share. 🤍
Which Raspberry Pi model is best for you? Way back there was just one model but over the years the number of options has increased, now including microcontrollers and desktop computers. Let's take a look at what is available, so you can pick the right Raspberry Pi for your needs. Links to other Raspberry Pi videos: Raspberry Pi 4 review: 🤍 Flight tracking using a Raspberry Pi: 🤍 Raspberry Pi Zero: 🤍 Raspberry Pi Pico review: 🤍 Raspberry Pi 400 review: 🤍 Raspberry Pi playlist: 🤍 Visit our website: 🤍 Check out our favorite stuff on Amazon: 🤍 Download the Android Authority App: 🤍 Listen to our Podcast: 🤍 Follow us on social: - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 Affiliate Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links, when you buy through links in the description we may earn an affiliate commission. See our affiliate link policy for more details: 🤍 Follow the Team: Ryan Thomas: 🤍 Joe Hindy: 🤍 Gary Sims: 🤍
This is a quick review of the new raspberry pi 3 and in comparison to the raspberry pi 2. ○○○ LINKS ○○○ Raspberry Pi 3 ► 🤍 TechWiz Raspberry Pi Streamer ► 🤍 TechWiz Channel ► 🤍 Novaspirit TV ► 🤍 ○○○ Other Videos ○○○ Cleaning GPU ► 🤍 Raspberry Pi Zero Review ► 🤍 raspberry pi 2 osmc htpc kodi ► 🤍 Customizing Windows 10 ► 🤍 Raspberry Pi Amazon Echo ► 🤍 Windows 10 Privacy ► 🤍 Dual Monitor with Raspberry Pi ► 🤍 Tweet me: 🤍 🤍 facebook: 🤍 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This help support the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support!
Is it possible to have more fun building your game console than playing it? And heck, maybe we can build a game console that plays more retro games than a brand new Switch! It's certainly more open. Here's all the equipment I used or purchased (affiliate links): - Weller WES51 Soldering Station: 🤍 - Menda Alcohol container (for my isopropyl alcohol): 🤍 - WS-5 Adjustable stripper: 🤍 - Dowell Micro cutter: 🤍 - Hakko long-nose pliers: 🤍 - Hakko CHP 7-SA Tweezers (for SMD components): 🤍 - APT 1mm 1" Kapton heat-resistant tape: 🤍 - AUSTOR Desoldering wick and solder sucker: 🤍 Mentioned in this video: - Null 2: 🤍 - My Null 2 build blog post: 🤍 - RetroPie Weekly Build: 🤍 Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Sponsor me on GitHub: 🤍 Merch: 🤍 #RaspberryPi #RetroPie Contents: 00:00 - Meet Null 2 01:19 - The build 06:02 - Getting software working 08:45 - Assembling the Acrylic case 11:03 - RetroPie setup and gameplay 14:00 - Things I like 15:31 - Things I don't like 16:21 - Results and Outtakes
In this video I show you how to overclock the new Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W! I go over two different ways of overclocking first all on the Pi Zero 2 and second from a different PC. I recommend a heatsink of the Flirc case for the Pi Zero 2 W when overclocking but this defiantly helps out with performance! The Stock CPU speed on the Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W is 1.0GHz but we can easily overclock to 1.3GHz. Flirc Case Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W: 🤍 Pi Zero 2 W On Amazon: 🤍 Download Notepad Here: 🤍 My Pi Zero 2 W Review Video: 🤍 Pi Zero 2 W Flirc Case review: Overclock Text File: 🤍 Pi Zero 2 W 1.3GHz 1.sudo apt update 2.sudo apt full-upgrade 3.sudo nano /boot/config.txt Add both Lines at The Bottom of the config.txt arm_freq=1300 over_voltage=4 4.sudo reboot Follow Me On Twitter: 🤍 Follow Me On Instagram: 🤍 00:00-Intro 00:15-Overview 00:35-Pi Zero 2 W cooling 01:48-First Overclocking Method 06:09: Second Overclocking Method 08:37-Pi Zero W overclocking Benchmark 09:00-Pi Zero 2 W Overclocked CPU Temps Equipment I Use: Screen Capture Device: 🤍 Tool Kit: 🤍 Soldering Station: 🤍 Camera: 🤍 Tripod: 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4: 🤍 Flirc Case: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission at no extra cost to you! This video and Channel and Video are for viewers 14 years older and up. This video is not made for viewers under the age of 14. Want to send me something? ETAPRIME 12520 Capital Blvd Ste 401 Number 108 Wake Forest, NC 27587 US THIS VIDEO IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY! #PiZeroW #RaspberryPi #etaprime DISCLAIMER: Under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. No Games Or Applications Are Included Or Added On Or To Any Device In This Video
In this video, we're going to be answering a question that has come up quite a lot in videos where I’ve used a small purpose-built UPS to power a Raspberry Pi - Can you just use a Power Bank instead? I tested the Shargeek Storm 2 to find out whether a power bank can power a Raspberry Pi. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION - Visit my blog for the write-up - 🤍 PURCHASE LINKS - Shargeek Storm 2 (Web Store) - 🤍 Shargeek Storm 2 (Amazon) - 🤍 Alternate Power Banks - 🤍 Pi Sugar 3 Plus UPS - 🤍 Pi UPS - 🤍 Portable Monitor - 🤍 Tool & Equipment Used: USB Power Tester - 🤍 Electric Screwdriver - 🤍 TS100 Soldering Iron - 🤍 Some of the above parts are affiliate links. By purchasing products through the above links, you’ll be supporting this channel, at no additional cost to you. CHAPTERS - 0:00 UPS' Used Previously 1:32 Power Banks To Test 3:12 Testing The Cheap Power Bank 4:32 Testing The Storm 2 6:32 Powering My Turing Pi 2 7:43 UPS vs Power Bank 10:17 Final Thoughts If you've got any ideas for Raspberry Pi, Arduino, or other Electronics projects or tutorials you'd like to see, let me know in the comments section.
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This thing isn't a TV; it's a display! It costs more than a smart TV, but it also doesn't spy on you, so that's nice. Thanks to Sharp NEC Display Solutions of America for sending the display, speakers, stand, and Compute Module kit used in this video. Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Sponsor me on GitHub: 🤍 Merch: 🤍 2nd Channel: 🤍 #RaspberryPi Mentioned in this video: - NEC UHD Professional Display M551: 🤍 - MPI4E Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 addon: 🤍 - Intel Smart Display Module: 🤍 - Crab Rave: 🤍 - What Does the Fox Say? 🤍 - Lincoln-Binns Compute Module 4 Enclosures: 🤍 Contents: 00:00 - Not a TV 01:22 - Everywhere but GameStop 02:20 - Raspberry Pi Inside 03:11 - MediaPlayer on the Pi 05:04 - RetroPie 05:32 - LibreELEC / Kodi 06:03 - Native Linux on a TV? 06:23 - Why so expensive? 07:27 - Gaming? 08:22 - Alternatives
In this video, we take a look at and test out what I consider to be the BEST Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W case, It's made by a company called Flirc, and the Pi Zero version fit the Pi Zero 2 perfectly but how is the thermal performance when using it with an overclocked Pi Zero 2? Spoiler alert! it pretty good! Flirc Case Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W: 🤍 Pi Zero 2 W On Amazon: 🤍 My Pi Zero 2 W Review Video: 🤍 How to overclock the Raspberry Pi Zero 2: Follow Me On Twitter: 🤍 Follow Me On Instagram: 🤍 Equipment I Use: Screen Capture Device: 🤍 Tool Kit: 🤍 Soldering Station: 🤍 Camera: 🤍 Tripod: 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4: 🤍 Flirc Case: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission at no extra cost to you! This video and Channel and Video are for viewers 14 years older and up. This video is not made for viewers under the age of 14. Want to send me something? ETAPRIME 12520 Capital Blvd Ste 401 Number 108 Wake Forest, NC 27587 US THIS VIDEO IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY! #PiZero2 #etaprime #aspberrypi DISCLAIMER: Under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. No Games Or Applications Are Included Or Added On Or To Any Device In This Video
A first look at Windows 10 IoT running on a Raspberry Pi 2. You may find it helpful to watch my previous video "Windows 10 Preview" to fully understand what is going on here! The link is: 🤍 You may also be interested in my video on installing Windows 3.1 on a Raspberry Pi (and which actually looks like a Pi running Windows!): 🤍 And indeed, you may appreciate my entire Raspberry Pi video playlist: 🤍 Finally, if you want loads and loads of stuff, just visit my two YouTube channels at: 🤍 and 🤍 Oh, and of course, please subscribe! :) Have fun! :)
Boasting a Quad-core Arm7 and 1GB of RAM, the Pi2 is capable of emulating more CPU-demanding systems. Watch how the Porta Pi Arcade (🤍retrobuiltgames.com) paired with the Pi2 handles PS1, Sega 32X, and Neo Geo MVS games like a champ. Want one of these tiny arcades? Get one at 🤍
This video contains 12 New and Interesting Raspberry Pi Projects that you can try. Subscribe to our channel to never miss any good project ideas. Get your free trial version of the Altium Designer: 🤍 Discover Altium 365, the all-in-one electronics product design platform: 🤍 Get the best quality components from Octopart: 🤍 About Altium: Altium is the industry’s leading PCB design software that combines schematic, layout, and everything else you need in one environment to effortlessly design printed circuit boards. Disclaimer: All the projects in this video are the sole property of the creators. We are thankful to each one of them for sharing their projects with us or allowing us to include their project in this video. Check out the full project video of the respective creators below: - Projects: 12. Zepir V - PicoComputer His Channel: 🤍bobricius Project video: 🤍 11. Raspberry Pi CM4 Cluster His channel: 🤍MichaelKlements Project video: 🤍 10. Product Sorting System His channel: 🤍roboticslearner Project video: 🤍 9. Smallest Server Rack | Source: Michael Klements Project video: 🤍 8. Emo - A DIY Companion Robot Their channel: 🤍CodersCafeTech Project video: 🤍 7. Cyber deck - extruder edition His channel: 🤍facelesstech Project video: 🤍 6. Home Temperature Monitoring System Their channel: 🤍element14presents Project files & video: 🤍 🤍 5. Litter Detection Robot His channel: 🤍Kutluhan_Aktar Project video: 🤍 4. DIY Photography Tool Their channel: 🤍VEEBProjects Project video: 🤍 3. Macro Keyboard His channel: 🤍NerdCaveYT Project video: 🤍 2. Pockit: A tiny, powerful, modular computer His channel: 🤍PockitChannel Project video: 🤍 1. GPIO-based Game Controller His channel: 🤍BytesNBits Project video: 🤍 - Chapters: 00:00 Intro 00:09 PicoComputer 00:45 Raspberry Pi CM4 Cluster 01:27 Product Sorting System 02:09 Smallest Server Rack 02:53 Ad 03:18 Emo - A DIY Companion Robot 03:55 Cyber deck - extruder edition 04:39 Home Temperature Monitoring System 05:19 Litter Detection Robot 05:56 DIY Photography Tool 06:30 Macro Keyboard 07:03 Pockit 07:46 GPIO-based Game Controller 08:25 Outro -
Thanks to Brilliant for sponsoring today's video. To try everything Brilliant has to offer—free—for a full 30 days, visit 🤍 . The first 200 of you will get 20% off Brilliant’s annual premium subscription. Not everyone has a desire to build, maintain, and run a fully kitted out server rack, especially if you just need a few self hosted services. Raspberry Pi offers an accessible, low-power option, but demand has driven prices unreasonably high. That's where ZimaBoard comes in, it's a powerful single board computer with micro server functionality baked in. In this video I examine the out of the box experience. Can your network use a new single board server? But first ... What am I drinking? It's "percussive" and dank - the Blast Beat Sultana Hop IPA. Clocking in at 6.7%, you'll find the perfect rhythm to drink to. Check out the ZimaBoard SBC for yourself: 🤍 Check out what Raid Owl did with his ZimaBoard's : 🤍 Grab yourself a Pint Glass or Hoodie at 🤍 Follow me on Mastodon 🤍Craftcomputing🤍hostux.social Support me on Patreon and get access to my exclusive Discord server. Chat with myself and the other hosts on Talking Heads all week long. 🤍 The following music was used for this media project: Music: Lo Fi Hip Hop 06 by WinnieTheMoog Free download: 🤍 License (CC BY 4.0): 🤍 0:00 Intro 1:19 Wlecome Back 1:50 ZimaBoard Overview 4:00 Features 5:25 CasaOS 7:23 First Snag 8:44 Support 10:14 Conclusion 12:18 Beer
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The Raspberry Pi 5 has been launched. It is 2 to 3 times faster than Pi 4. It starts at $60 for 4GB and $80 for 8GB, and it will start shipping in October. There is a new processor, the BCM2712 SoC with a quad-core ARM A76 CPU and improved GPU capabilities. There is now a custom I/O chip, called the RP1. It has 4x USB controllers, two of them are for USB 3.0, supporting simultaneous 5Gbps operation. Plus there is a full PCI Express support for high-speed expansion HATs. - 00:00 Intro 00:42 Quad-core Cortex-A76, 16nm 01:36 New GPU 03:19 Improved I/O 05:09 RP1 07:38 PMIC Let Me Explain T-shirt: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 #garyexplains
The Turing Pi 2 puts 4 Raspberry Pi CM4s on a mini ITX board. But how do they perform? Can a little Pi supercomputer make the Top500 list? Find out all that and more! Check out Patrick's video on 🤍ServeTheHomeVideo – 🤍 Mentioned in this video (some links are affiliate links): - Turing Pi 2: 🤍 - Open source repo (with HPL benchmark setup): 🤍 - BC1 mini ITX build platform: 🤍 - Corsair SF600 PSU: 🤍 - Pico PSU: 🤍 - 8A 12V PSU: 🤍 - Nvidia Jetson Nano Dev Kit: 🤍 - Compute Module 4 8GB Lite: 🤍 - Waveshare CM4 Heat Sink: 🤍 - SanDisk Extreme 32GB microSD card: 🤍 - Crucial MX500 2TB SSD: 🤍 - Noctua NF-A14 5V PWM Fan: 🤍 - mini PCIe to M.2 A+E key adapter: 🤍 Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Sponsor me on GitHub: 🤍 Merch: 🤍 Additional footage from Pexels.com, Patrick Kennedy (ServeTheHome), and from InsideHPC's SC17 video: 🤍 #RaspberryPi #TuringPi2 #Homelab Contents: 00:00 - The challenge 01:13 - The build 02:44 - A standard ATX PSU? 04:18 - Installing Turing Pi 2 05:31 - Thermals and heatsinks 07:33 - Expansion slots 09:27 - Fan control 10:22 - Pi OS 10:53 - Booting the cluster 12:40 - Blinkenlights! 13:19 - 146,772 Compute Modules? 16:40 - 1.4 Terabits?! 20:57 - What's the point? 21:56 - Rackmount and outtakes
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In this exciting build, we're going to be assembling a Raspberry Pi cluster running Kubernetes K3S on the new Turing Pi 2. The Turing Pi 2 is the successor to the popular Turing Pi but now runs the newer Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 and comes with a host of new features and interfaces. A big thanks to Turing Machines Inc for sending me this beta board to try out and share with you. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION - Visit my blog for the written build - 🤍 Official Turing Pi 2 Product Page - 🤍 PURCHASE LINKS - Turing Pi 2 - 🤍 4 x Raspberry Pi CM4 Modules - 🤍 4 x Waveshare CM4 Heatsinks - 🤍 or 4 x NVIDIA Jetson Nano Modules - 🤍 Sandisk MicroSD Cards (For Nodes without eMMC Storage) - 🤍 PicoPSU ATX Power Supply - 🤍 3 x 40mm 5V RGB Fans - 🤍 Power Button - 🤍 M3 Brass Insert Set - 🤍 M3 Nylon Standoff Set - 🤍 M3 Button Head Screw Set - 🤍 6mm Clear Acrylic - 🤍 3mm Clear Acrylic - 🤍 Equipment Used: TS100 Soldering Iron - 🤍 K40 Laser Cutter/Engraver - 🤍 Electric Screwdriver Set - 🤍 Some of the above parts are affiliate links. By purchasing products through the above links, you’ll be supporting this channel, at no additional cost to you. CHAPTERS - 0:00 Intro 0:33 First Look At The Turing Pi 2 1:34 Preparing The CM4 Modules 4:13 Power 4:40 Designing & Laser Cutting The Case 6:48 Assembling The Case 8:47 First Boot 11:48 Installing Kubernetes 13:06 Final Thoughts If you've got any ideas for Raspberry Pi, Arduino, or other Electronics projects or tutorials you'd like to see, let me know in the comments section.