If you’re running multiple Raspberry Pis as a cluster, mining rig, server farm or any other project using multiple boards, our expandable Raspberry Pi cluster fan case is a great way to stack, display and cool your setup.
Each pack comes with the layers, fixings and fans to stack 2 Raspberry Pis and can be stacked again and again with additional packs – giving you the flexibility to continue growing your very own Raspberry Pi supercomputer!
All Raspberry Pi ports are accessible, including an oversized cut out for the micro-SD card slot for easy swapping. The case supports all 40-pin Raspberry Pi models – so you can even stack your older models alongside your new Raspberry Pi 4 .
The layers are made from a special Perspex that looks just like glass – but without the cost! It looks fantastic alongside our black fixings and makes a great addition to any desk. We’ve even removed the mount holes on the top layer for a smarter, cleaner look.
We’ve used our new quieter fans with this product to keep fan noise to a minimum, and have designed the case to accommodate our XL heatsinks for additional cooling performance for the most intensive projects. The Raspberry Pi is also raised 5mm from the layer below to allow airflow to the underside of the board.
Assembly guide available here
- 3x laser-cut glass-effect Perspex layers (2 Raspberry Pi layers and a top cover layer)
- 2x 5v fans + fixings
Please Note: This kit does not include Raspberry Pi boards – these can be purchased separately.
Cluster Case for Raspberry Pi (with Fans)
We have 5 units in our Sydney Warehouse available for immediate dispatch.
|Raspberry Pi Model Compatibility|
|RP4||Works with Raspberry Pi 4 Model B|
|RP3A+||Doesn't with Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+|
|RP3B+||Doesn't with Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+|
|RP3B||Doesn't with Raspberry Pi 3 Model B|
|RP2B||Doesn't with Raspberry Pi 2 Model B|
|RP1B+||Doesn't with Raspberry Pi 1 Model B+|
|RP1A+||Doesn't with Raspberry Pi 1 Model A+|
|RP0W||Doesn't with Raspberry Pi Zero W|
|RP0||Doesn't with Raspberry Pi Zero|
|RPCM3+||Doesn't with Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3+|