Overclocked Raspberry Pi4 8 gig (2 Viewers)

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Work in progress, but have it running at 2.1 gigs and a GPU clock of 650 with no problems. Running rasperian with update Lee on my 5520SE perfect. Can't believe how smooth the video is. Best 100 bucks I ever spent. Have it booting off a spare NVMe 512 drive. Pretty sweet.
 
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Did you see the new Pi4 in a keyboard?
Couldn't help but see it here. I got multiple emails about it and it was in my news feed, on launch. Reminds me of the likes of Commodore 64, Atari 800XL, ZX Spectrum days.
 
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I saw it, but my cooling tower won't work with it. Looks cool and yes I remember those early PC's, but a Pi4 overclocked is awesome, I don't think you could keep it cool in that keyboard enclosure. I might try though, it will always throttle down if needed.
 

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Found a another use for it. Bluetooth is strong, browsing the net tonight while listening to a Roy Orbison album . Don't worry I am old, but that old, jamming to Meatloaf earlier! The Pi is in my bedroom and the bluetooth sound bar is mounted over the TV in the living room.
 

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Next question, has anybody tried Twister OS yet, some say it's great some say it's lame. I am looking for the ultimate OS for the 400 and so far the Buster release seems to be the best, but only 32 bit. Ubunto 64 bit seems to be slower. Anybody with Pi's guide me to a fast operating system that will replace a desktop. Buster is fine, but know it has more potential, and the 64 bit version is available but still very buggy.
 

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