In this video, we take look at the all-new Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4ANd the CM4 io Board!
This is going to be a game-changer when it comes to Raspberry Pi 4 Powered Handheld and portable computers and in this video, we test out RetroPie and see how the new CM4 handles emulators like PSP, Dreamcast, and N64!
The compute module 4 is powered by the same Cpu that is used in the Pi 400 which means it can be overclocked up to 2.3GHz for a nice little boost in performance! With up to 8GB of ram, the CM4 is going to power some really awesome Nintendo Switch Style handheld in 2020!
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