Argon NEO Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Heatsink Case | Supports Cooling Fan, Camera, and LCD Display | GPIO and PoE Pins are Accessible
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- Small formed cooling case that especially keeps the Raspberry Pi 4 safe.
- Supports up to the Raspberry Pi 4 4GB model.
- Provides access to the Camera module, Display Module, GPIO pins, and PoE pins.
- The perfect Raspberry Pi 4 Case that keeps your Pi cool even at maximum performance.
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The perfect Raspberry Pi 4 Case that keeps your Pi cool even at maximum performance
Minimalist Design / Slim Aluminum Enclosure
The Argon NEO is designed specifically for the needs and functionality of the Raspberry Pi 4 Model B. Made with aluminum alloy and polished with a modern Space Grey finish for stunning aesthetics.
Passive Cooling / Robust yet Portable
The case acts as passive cooling for the high demands of the Raspberry Pi 4 Model B. Assembling the case with the Raspberry Pi is easy. With the case's small form, it's easy to bring anywhere.
Sliding Magnetic Top / Access to all ports
The case has a magnetic top to keep the ports safe when not in use. All the ports of the Raspberry Pi 4 while keeping the Pi safe.
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Brought my Temp down by 10°C-12°C
This Argon Neo case is the best balance of all. It is refined and professional looking, while still offering access to the GPIO and camera ports. It looks like a finished product, not a project.
I've had the CanaKit case, the "Official Raspberry Pi Case", the Argon One and the Flirc - all for Raspberry Pi 3 B+'s. All those cases have there pluses and minuses. (And I'd be fine to use any of them)
-Canakit - Cheap, good airflow, well made and allows access to GPIO and ports - a little cheesy looking though with the Raspberry Pi logo cut out of the lid
-The "Official RPI Case" by Adafruit - same as above but much nicer looking - although the new ones for RPI 4 seem to only come in pink/white (yuk) - My only real dislike of this case is that the top is curved so you can't stack them (if that even matters)
- Flirc - Awesome build quality and similar to Argon Neo for cooling - more work to get to GPIO (4 screws) but has a slot that you can route a ribbon cable through. - I consider this case best for when you know exactly what the RPI's purpose is and you don't need to get inside anymore. (It's silver - I personally prefer the Neo's charcoal)
- Argon One - The best if you are using your RPI as a desktop computer or game console - has the best cooling in the form of the case being a heatsink as well as having a fan. The Argon One also has the benefit of a little add-on board the moves all connections to the rear of the case - this is both a cleaner look as well as reducing wear to the plugs on the RPI itself. The Argon One also gives you a power button on the back so you don't need to be always plugging and unplugging power. The only potential drawback to the Argon One is that it is near twice the size of the other cases, but that shouldn't matter if you're using it as intended.
Downfall is like everyone is saying their is no where for the heat to come out. So when you install the fan you can feel it suck down the cover my raspberry pi 4 was running overnight at around 55 to 58. And the case was really hot to touch
What I did was drill in holes in the top and bam the temp is now running around 38 to 40c
All and all if you have a drill and a small cup lid to make good hope patterns it's well worth it.
I bought 2 of these, and I am using 1 of them with the POE hat in my RACK to run PiHole. I am sure heat would be a problem with the POE Hat on closed up like that if I was doing anything processor intensive... but its sitting at right around 130F (55C) sitting in my rather warm closet with my 24U rack. Which is kinda warm for just running PiHole... but I don't care.
Overall, the case looks nice, and the fan could be more handy with a better lid. Would also be nice if could be mounted, but I guess some velcro on the bottom and on a wood shelf would be fine.
I think my next project I will go back to the Flirc case. They were just out of stock at the time so I tried this one. It's not bad, but don't bother with the fan unit unless you plan to alter the lid or have a extreme need for cooling the pi4.