Over clock raspberry pi 3 b+
So i’ve just been looking into overclocking my pi, iv overclocked a few PC and got some quite good results, i’ve found a what i think is a quite good guide to follow -
any others out there anyone would like to mention would be great
also wondering if anybody had a go at doing this before, if so what were your results, i know each and every pi will produce different outcomes just wanted a feel of things to come.
at the moment i have a heatsink on the cpu and ram with a fan on each chip and just a heatsink on the ethernet controller.
@Jmh474 yeah I overclocked mine but it became very unstable after it being on for 6days, the Pi is more or less at its max stable already,it’s not like overclocking a pc where the gains to be had are really good.
There is more powerful alternative SBC with same form factor with RPI3b+ (Asus TinkerBoard, RockPi model 4 B, …) How about using those?
@sean can these run Pi? As I don’t really want to install a completely new OS and MM
For ATB, that is my main device to host MM. Of course somethings are slightly different, but if you have some experience about Linux(Debian), I believe you can handle it.
For RcokPi, I didn’t test it by myself. But I know someone have tried to host MM and got a success.
Some H/W or S/W dependencies specific modules might not work, but I can swear the default MM will work on any Arm-based & node-enabled devices.
Here are some googling of benchmark for alternatives;