Yep, Ultibo baremetal seems to push it to the max, noticed it on the latest Julia NEON example, which is why I want to try a Aarch64 version as it is supposed to run cooler.On a sidenote can I ask have you noticed how hot Ultibo gets the cpu on a Pi3 board
Raspbian must have more smarts for keeping the 3 cool, probably why youtube lags in Chromium
Smallest fan I have is a 30mm, was looking for a 20mm, just blowing from a few feet away is enough to make the icon disappear, but it is summer here.
Not sure where the thermometer icon graphics are, was trying to see what minimum files I needed and only used kernel7.img, start.elf, fixup.dat, bootloader.bin and only got a grey square with no graphics?
Might have to look for metal Pi3 cases?
As I want to use the 3's for development desktops, fan cooling is probably a must.
Does anyone make a tiny heat sink with fan for the Pi3?
Next PCB version to have a 3 pin header for plug on fan?
They probably never notice it in the UK, using the Pi's for room heaters?
Not sure on specs of the BCM2837, 0-70C or -25-85C, probably the latter these days.
The early Pi's had some 0-70C only parts, then people started using them for weird stuff.
55 is enough to feel real hot, 65 C is into burn point, 75 is ouch, 85 is won't do that again.
Probably not a good idea the SD card get hot unless you get industrial versions.
I think most SD's would be 0-70C? I better check mine.