Raspberry Pi 4 Model B



Raspberry Pi 4B review, including the hardware specs of this new single board computer, and a demo running the latest version of Raspbian. With thanks to the Raspberry Pi Foundation for supplying the board featured in this video.

You can learn more about the Raspberry Pi 4B on the Raspberry Pi Foundation website here:

You can see some of my performance tests of the Raspberry Pi 4B in this video:

The Pi 4B can be purchased from many suppliers. Some of my favourites include DFRobot (see: ), Pimoroni (see: ) and Adafruit (see: ). I will add Amazon links here when available.

You can find a playlist of my previous videos featuring the Raspberry Pi 3 B+ and 3A+ here:

And here is my video introducing the Python programming language:

More videos on single board computers and other computing topics can be found on the ExplainingComputers channel:

You may also like my other channel, ExplainingTheFuture, at:

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21 thoughts on “Raspberry Pi 4 Model B

  1. Would you make a video of making a nice cooler for this kit, would be cool to see it be able to run at better cooler with the stock case

  2. Raspberry Pi 4 Modded to Work with Multiple PCIe Devices:
    https://www.tomshardware.com/news/raspberry-pi-modder-explores-pcie-potential,40348.html

  3. Got mine the other day and just installed it today. I wasn't expecting to notice much of a difference. But… wow is it a lot faster on the bootup. And indeed, I can finally stop bitching about youtube streaming. Is there a guide anywhere to help with graphical memory tweaking? With the 3, I found increasing it to 256 made Youtube unwatchable. But with the 4G Ram I assume that's not an issue anymore. But how does one go about tweaking and how do you tell when you've reached the optimal setting?

  4. Hi Chris, thinking of getting a SBC as a cheap desktop replacement. My requirements are simple, checking emails, YouTube videos, Netflix streaming, internet browsing and opening some email attachments like PDF, pictures and running a media player like VLC. Which SBC that you have tested so far would fit the bill? I am not a tinkerer but I can manage installing Raspbian on the Pi 4. Thanks.

  5. I've seen the video where you put the Rasberry Pi 4 up against the Jetson Nano. My question however is how did or would it fare against the Rock64 and similar single board computers in head to head challenges. I have a 3B or 3B+ running Open Media Vault as a NAS, and I'm considering upgrading, but wondering which way to go, Rock64 or RP4B, and your opinion and testing will carry significant weight in my final decision. Mind you, I just cannot afford an out of the box NAS, but could swing one or the other, unless you might recommend an inexpensive 3rd choice. Thanks.

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