goodburner wrote: ↑
Thu Oct 31, 2019 12:27 am
I would like to report that my raspberry pi 4B that I got a few days after release has been performing extremely well, and I decided to overclock it to 1925/600 @ +4, also downloaded the eeprom package here and it has become quite the little powerhouse. The performance appears smoother and faster than at launch. This is exactly what I'd want all companies to do. I guess devs abandoning their products appears to happen more often with software than hardware, however your continuous updates and fixes have shown me that you are extremely committed to your product.
I hated all the USB-C "issues" that were purported by the media as click bait, I don't know if that affected your sales? I hope it did not.
Would you mind sharing how "well" 4B has been performing, compared to the previous ones? Just curious to look at the number.
Thank you for everything!
PS: I maybe a bit drunk but whatever I say still holds lol
The USB-C click bait 'problem for a few' people probably helped sales, that was good cheap mass advertising everywhere.
It got the name and the fact there was a new Pi about.
It did however keep the media away from touching on the heating and near instant throttling issues at the start and nothing much of the official case makes it useless.
The updates are all good, the Pi4 has a lot of headroom from the default settings with just a bit of airflow. A whole new cooling solution avenue is keeping the resellers happy.
Now both these updates are performed automatically
Excellent (assuming you are not an original Buster user) and don't follow how to get it.