How to Add a Fan to the Raspberry Pi 4 for Proper Cooling (You Need One)
The Raspberry Pi 4 has been a hot topic since it's release—and no one knows that better than Jeff Geerling. In a recent blog post, Jeff reveals a serious issue that's impacting the performance of the Pi 4.
Be sure to also check out our guide on adding a Raspberry Pi fan that will turn itself on and off automatically!
Update 11/30/20: An official Raspberry Pi 4 case fan was recently released. This is ideal for anyone who wants to cool their Pi with name-brand hardware. It's specifically designed to fit the official Raspberry Pi 4 case, so if you're using this case you can order this fan instead—doing away with the need to drill a hole!
|Raspberry Pi 4 Model B||×||1|
|Official Raspberry Pi 4 case||×||1|
|Pi-Fan Raspberry Pi fan||×||1|
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|Drill bit, 7/64"||×||1|
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