The 'Golden' Wet Pi by Phame is possibly one of the first ever water-cooled Raspberry Pi projects
There's just seven days to go in our Raspberry Pi case competition. We've seen some fascinating projects including what's possibly the worlds first water-cooled Raspberry Pi.
The competition kicked off in January with just over 12 weeks on hand for bit-tech's modders to create their own Raspberry Pi case. the only stipulations were a maximum size of 150mm cubed with all the ports being accessible and the Pi mounted using it's two mounting points.
The winner stands to win a Model B Raspberry Pi, with the podium finishers all receiving a Raspberry Pi User Guide book by Eben Upton and Gareth Halfacree, kindly donated by Wiley (@WileyTechUK
), publishers of Raspberry Pi User Guide
If you have no idea what Raspberry Pi is, check out our extensive Raspberry Pi review
. If you haven't started your project yet but still want to meet the deadline, check out our original article here
where you can find useful info such as SketchUp renders, guides and all the competition rules.
Here's a short gallery of all the current entrants and we'll be back next week with the final article and all-important voting.