Raspberry Pi 5 case with NVMe SSD shield


This unique 3D-printed Raspberry Pi 5 case with NVMe SSD shield makes it possible to integrate an M.2 NVMe SSD into your Raspberry Pi 5 setup. In addition, the case guarantees maximum passive heat dissipation.

Get rid of your unreliable SD-card and start enjoying lightning-fast data transfer speeds …

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This 3D-printed Raspberry Pi 5 case has been designed to perfectly combine an NVMe SSD with your Raspberry Pi 5.

Besides this, we made the case very versatile. Indeed, it is provided with adhesive bumpers to nicely fit on your desk. But you can also mount it easily on a DIN-rail for industrial applications, on a wall or behind a monitor.

Raspberry Pi 5 case with NVMe SSD shield features

  • plenty of ventilation slots to help heat dissipation and thereby avoiding loss of performance of the processor
  • compatible with the included NVMe SSD shield
  • compatible with Raspberry Pi official active cooler solution (optional, please select)
  • wall-mountable
  • DIN-rail mountable (vertical or horizontal) with separate supports (optional, please select)
  • easily mountable on the back of a monitor with our 3D-printed VESA Monitor mount (optional, please select)

As can be seen, the Raspberry Pi official active cooler solution is optional. Nevertheless, it is highly recommended. And no worries, it is very easy to mount and to connect. Once in use, the fan is really quite.


  • 3D-printed enclosure with necessary screws and adhesive bumpers
  • NVMe SSD shield for typical 2280 M.2 NVMe SSD up to 4TB, PCIe 2.0 and PCIe 3.0 compatible
  • necessary accessories to mount the NVMe SSD shield : PCIe FFC-cable and screw pack
  • Raspberry Pi official active cooler solution (optional, please select)
  • DIN-rail supports (optional, please select)
  • Raspberry Pi official 5V 5A power supply (optional, please select)

All parts are easy to assemble.


  • Raspberry Pi 5 board
  • NVMe SSD


  • The NVMe SSD can be used as an extra drive while you continue to use your SD-card for the Operating System.
  • It’s a better option to run the Operating System of your Raspberry Pi on the NVMe SSD. In this case, you need to change your Pi’s firmware. Visit our tutorials “Raspberry Pi firmware update” and “How to install an OS on an SSD with the Raspberry Pi Imager” to find out how. And once done, you don’t even need a microSD card any more!
  • We 3D-print our self-developed cases in our own lab. To print the cases, we use PLA, an eco-friendly raw material.

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