DreamPi is a community-designed and maintained project that allows one to use the Dreamcast's modem on a modern home network by employing a Raspberry Pi and USB modem. I've manage to fit them inside a Raspberry Pi case I had lying around. I haven't seen much discussion surrounding how Zen 3 actually performs in popular emulators like RPCS3, Cemu, Yuzu, Xenia, Ryujinx, etc. Today we bring you the latest offering in this space, [Kite]’s Raspberry Pi Zero W installed in the case of a Sega Dreamcast VMU. Since emulation is typically CPU-bound, I'm curious if there are any analyses people have done especially in comparison to high-end Intel CPUs. The iconic Sega Dreamcast case supports the Raspberry Pi B+ / 2 / 3 systems, and is also equipped with an additional cooling fan aperture that allows you to fit a 30mm x 30mm x 10mm cooling fan, powered by the GPIO pins from the Raspberry Pi. Iconic Sega Dreamcast Case for Raspberry Pi B+ / 2 / 3 Fits with a 30mm x 30mm x 10mm Cooling Fan (Refer to GPIO Pins for Power Source) Requirements : Cooling Fan : 4 Screws + 4 Nuts Raspberry Pi : 4 Screws Case : 2 Screws You must use a Raft + Supports to print the Top part (cannot be printed without supports) / You must use a Raft to print the Bottom Part. Its headless, Once its got power, give it about 20 seconds and then you can press the button on the case and the connect button on the dreamcast and it will dial in and connect, So much more convenient compared to the vmware alternative. To build a DreamPi, you need this hardware: - raspberry PI - sd card with software DreamPi - a compatible USB modem linux (Dell nw147) - a telephone cable - an ethernet cable - a Dreamcast browser (Dreamkey 3.0 is fine) Depending on the console region, you may also need: - Phone Line Simulator as … Assembling the raspberry pi with the case though is as easy as 1, 2, 3 or A, B, C. Combining the parts together is simple and intuitive. Using DreamPi can be preferred to a Broadband adapter in many cases because the Broadband adapter, while a much faster, is not supported in a majority of commercial online games. The case comes with a top and bottom, 4 screws, a built-in PCB Board, a silicon cooling pad, and a PCB Board that extends the audio and micro HDMI ports.