Complete Buyer’s Guide in The MagPi magazine #136

By Lucy Hattersley. Posted

We’re heading straight into the holiday season and we’ve got a fantastic buyer’s guide. Raspberry Pi fans will love all the official accessories and third-party kits and projects on offer here. So put something for yourself under the tree this Christmas, and discover a wealth of entertaining Raspberry Pi activities. Happy holidays!

Your full guide to Raspberry Pi kits, components, and accessories

Complete Raspberry Pi Buyer’s Guide

Everything you need to have fun with Raspberry Pi in 2024. We’ve got official accessories, third-party kits, cases, projects, circuits, robots and 3D printing projects. There’s enough here to keep any Raspberry Pi fan quiet for a while.

Keep your cool with our guide to Raspberry Pi 5 thermal control

Heating and cooling Raspberry Pi 5

Raspberry Pi 5 runs fast! And with speed comes thermal heating. Keep your cool with our guide to heating and cooling your new Raspberry Pi computer. We’ve got graphs and charts to back up our advice.

Take Raspberry Pi 5 up a gear with our guide to overclocking the little board

Overclock Raspberry Pi 5

Let’s take Raspberry Pi 5 up a notch. We’ve got a guide and code for taking your Raspberry Pi 5’s speedy CPU up to 3.0GHz and boosting the GPU to 900MHz. The increased performance makes gaming better, compiling faster and your Raspberry Pi 5 look cooler. So put go-faster stripes on your Raspberry Pi 5 today.

Play the latest video games without spending hundreds of pounds on a brand new console

Cloud gaming with Raspberry Pi 5

Did you know that Raspberry Pi can play just about anything thanks to the power of cloud gaming? You can stream Xbox games, Nvidia games and play many of the latest hits. Cloud gaming is fantastic on Raspberry Pi 5 and our guide can help you save hundreds of pounds on buying the latest consoles.

Play sounds from around the globe with this fantastic upcycling project

Retro Pi World Radio

We’ve got lots of projects in this month’s edition of The MagPi. This retro radio that plays stations from around the world is a great example of upcycling. The original dial has been replaced with a screen displaying a map of the globe. This and many more projects can be found in this month’s edition of The MagPi magazine.

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Ready to dive in? Subscribe to The MagPi today to get your hands on this fantastic issue and many more. Join us in exploring, creating, and celebrating the world of Raspberry Pi! Subscribers get Raspberry Pi 5 first with Priority Boarding.

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