To achieve better results using VPN tunnels to the new Raspberry Pi 4, i tried and search to see if it’s possible to overlock this product.
Currently, being a very new one, not too many explanation and support related to this.
Being a fan, today i start to test DietPi, very light os for especially small devices like Raspberry Pi.
1. Cpu usage. Have a look to this:
2. Ram usage:
[email protected]:~# free -m
total used free shared buff/cache available
Mem: 1989 47 1864 9 77 1855
Swap: 58 0 58
For the overclocking, the maximum possible (where you can receive better results) is to jump from 1500Mhz/core to 1750Mhz/core.
To do that you have to edit /DietPi/config.txt
Here is mine:
#Initial turbo currently leads to CPU not being throttled down by CPU governor: https://github.com/MichaIng/DietPi/issues/1836
force_turbo=0 #settings to one will ignore throttled and will run at maximum
#core_freq=600 #if you want to setup overclocking for GPU
Source and some great explanations.
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Hello, and thanks for sharing your many articles and insights.
You’re one of the few bloggers who has written technical articles on all three:
ER-X and RPI-4 are priced in similar range (within ~ $25 of each other, all-in). If you wanted to build a WG server today, which would you select as platform, considering WG is now intergrated into 5.6 kernel, and considering ease of install and hardware capabilities (performance)? Thanks in advance.