Raspberry Pi Unveils Compute Module 3+

Raspberry Pi Unveils Compute Module 3+

Raspberry Pi made headlines when they introduced the Compute Module 3 back in 2017. It was essentially an entire computer which was the size of a DDR2 SODIMM. Yesterday, the company introduced the Compute Module 3+ which has approximately 10 times the processing power of the previous iteration. It has a quad-core Broadcomm BCM2837B0 ARM processor running at 1.2 GHz. The modules are the same size but the new one has better thermal controls to help with cooling under load.

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