Flirc Case For The Raspberry Pi 4 – The Best Pi4 Case! – First Look And Thermal Testing

The new Flirc case for the Raspberry pi 4 is here and it doesn’t disappoint! In my opinion, the Flirc case is and has been the Best Case for the Raspberry Pi 2 3 3b+ and now the Pi4. In this video, I take a look at the Raspberry pi 4 version of the Flic case from assembly to thermal testing.
With its sleek design and passive cooling capabilities, this is a must-have for any Raspberry Pi fan.

2 thoughts on “Flirc Case For The Raspberry Pi 4 – The Best Pi4 Case! – First Look And Thermal Testing”

  1. Case if good but I had it get to 80c when over clocking to 2Ghz. I tried all 3 Pi4’s I have. The 1Gb,2Gb and 4Gb. At idle it sits around 47c. But simply running one video on Firefox on YouTube page It gets to 80c and sometimes 81c. My questions is can/should I drill holes in the case and if so how large and where? Or can/should I add a fan? If so where and do I need to add holes for ventilation?

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