Not easy, basically the same as the flirc for a 3B+
Yes. See pfletch' reply.
Personally I wouldn't even bother, don't get me wrong the Flirc case is brilliant for cooling & price but does fail with GPIO access. other solutions are out there.or not easy, dont even bother trying?
I got one of these cables also. It solved the problem of GPIO access with the Flirc case.pfletch101 wrote: ↑Sun Sep 15, 2019 2:12 pmSee https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/view ... 9&t=248516. The bottom line is that provided you get and use a cable with narrow connectors referred to in that thread and in the Flirc case FAQ, there is no significant problem. Obviously, you have to connect the cable before you assemble the case (or take it apart to do so) and pay a little attention to how the orientation of the holes on the 'outside' connector corresponds to that of the pins on whatever you are connecting it to, but it works well.
Do you have any data on heat handling with that case? It does not appear to have the pillar that (in the Flirc case) takes heat directly from the SoC chip and distributes it to the 'walls' of the case. I would expect it (even when closed) to be somewhat better than a plastic case, since it will build on the heat-spreading design of the Pi board, and to do better when open than any closed case, but I doubt that it would stand up to 'full-bore' running without the Pi throttling. Am I missing something?lijoseph wrote: ↑Mon Sep 16, 2019 4:26 pmcan take a look at Argon Forty Neo Case. It is a aluminium case with a slide top cover that gives you access to the GPIO. https://www.argon40.com/argon1/argon-ne ... -case.html