Raspberry Pi 4 Case Fan

The Raspberry Pi 4 Case Fan works with Raspberry Pi 4 and the Raspberry Pi 4 Case. Designed for overclockers and other power users, it keeps your Raspberry Pi 4 at a comfortable operating temperature even under heavy load.

The temperature-controlled fan delivers up to 1.4 CFM of airflow over the processor, memory, and power management IC. The bundled 18mm × 18mm × 10mm heatsink with self-adhesive pad improves heat transfer from the processor.

  • Fan in clear PC Case with Wire Leads.
  • Fin Style Heat Sink with Adhesive Thermal Tape.
  • Designed to fit in the Raspberry Pi 4 Official Case.
  • 18mm × 18mm × 10mm heatsink with self-adhesive pad improves heat transfer from the processor.
  • 5V Input Voltage (via 40 pin GPIO Header)
  • Pulse width modulation speed control via user-selectable GPIO pin
  • 1.4CFM Max Airflow
  • Clear PC Fan Case

Raspberry Pi 4 Case Fan Product Help and Resources

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  • yspacelabs / about 3 years ago / 1

    This looks like a brushless DC fan. Most fans that I have seen for raspberry pi cooling use an integrated brushless motor controller. How do you control this fan?

    • Looking at some of the Pi documentation, it uses GPIO 14 by default. With the latest Pi image, there appears to be an option in the Raspberry Pi Configuration > Performance > Fan. There is also an option to adjust the default fan temperature from 80°C. The fan will turn on when your Pi exceeds this temperature.

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