The MagPi - Issue 90 - 2020 February

The MagPi - Issue 90 - 2020 February
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The MagPi is an online magazine dedicated to the Raspberry Pi created by the community for the community. It’s a great way to get to grips with learning how to program your Pi and how to get started on building hardware projects; it’ll also help you find out more about the community around the device and demystify the command line.
 By now you will have noticed the free gift on the print edition of The MagPi. You may be wondering how useful a single strip of plastic can be? Very, very useful as it happens.
 You see, back in issue 88, Gareth Halfacree tested a Raspberry Pi 4 with all the different firmware updates. This gave us an insight into just how important firmware was to the Raspberry Pi. But another thing came to light: Raspberry Pi 4 runs cooler when stood vertically.
 Alex Bate, Raspberry Pi’s digital content manager, got to work on a design that’s now attached to the front cover. All is explained on page 6.
 Do yourself a favour and unstick the Raspberry Pi 4 stand, then pop your Raspberry Pi 4 on its side and keep it vertical.
 It turns out that keeping Raspberry Pi 4 cool enables it to run at full speed for longer and, crucially, this opens up a world of overclocking,
where you try to squeeze ever more performance out of a Raspberry Pi. Our overclocking tutorial (page 34) explains all.
 Raspberry Pi 4 has always been cool to us. But cool is fast in the world of computing, and this month we’re all about running Raspberry Pi as fast as possible.

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