Razzmatazz Launches Raspberry Pi 2 Overclocking Case for Only $39

I think it’s fair to say that the world of Raspberry Pi overclocking is still in a somewhat nascent phase of development, a fact underlined by the lack of third party ecosystem components for enthusiasts who really want to push their Pi. Today is the day that this all changes thanks to a new startup called Razzmatazz who have just launched a Pi 2 chassis that is designed specifically with Overclocking in mind.

The Razzmatazz case is made of aluminum and features grills on the front which greatly help dissipate heat. The Razzmatazz is the brain child of Inas Azzam who is hoping to raise $20,000 on Kickstarter to get his idea from prototype to full production. Here is a sample of what Azzam has to say about his creation:

“The Razzamatazz is a work of art where form and function live in perfect harmony. It is made of quality materials and designed without compromise to house your Raspberry Pi 2 and keep it cool under extreme performance. In a nutshell after running the Rasbperry Pi overclocked at 1000MHz for a period of 24 hours, the Razzmatazz kept the core and surface temperatures very cool at a small steady change in temperature.”

You can check out more details about the Razzmatazz raspberry Pi 2 chassis here on the project’s Kickstarter page where there is also a cool video you can watch.


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Taiwan sdougal says:

This is very good news for those of us who are keen to push ARM as well as x86 processors. Great to see that someone actually sees the benefit of having such a product available on the market, and at a price that fits with the Raspbery Pi ecosystem.

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