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I want to get more than the most possible performance out of my pi 4b. I was looking around, and I saw it was possible to get just the processing unit for the pi 4 without the rest of the pi. I looked on the web, and I found NOTHING even close to "how to add a second processor to a pi 4b". Is it even possible? If so, how would I go about it?

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It would be extremely difficult if not impossible. There is no provision on the Pi 4b board for a second chip, and the hardware isn't designed to support a second chip.

One reasonable approach to increasing Pi computing power (for certain computations) would be to purchase several Pi4 boards and set them up with HTCondor or a Beowulf-like configuration.

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  • Can I use the normal raspberry pi os or ubuntu? Nov 16 '21 at 18:06
  • I would suggest doing a search to see what others have done. Clustering RPis is usually done as an academic exercise or as a convenient software development system...
    – BobT
    Nov 16 '21 at 18:08
  • I found a tutorilal on how to do it. Thanks! Nov 16 '21 at 18:14

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