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ASUS Tinker Board Aluminum Case announced...
#21
It matter where the temperature is taken. If it is the one from the core CPU, I suppose that a bit over than 100° it won't harm. Just it must be steady.
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#22
Well, with the official case, 38°C Idle and no more throttling even after 15mn burn-in test. ( < 65°C )
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#23
           
Asus is now showing an Open Case DIY kit.  Has a fan.  Joe




https://www.asus.com/Single-Board-Computer/Tinker-Open-Case-DIY-Kit/
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#24
I disagree that the fan is just stuck over the MCU. I would be happier if they add branches to screw to the 4 board holes.Even better if there could be a little board to interface a PWM, so just a MOSFET to drive the fan speed.
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#25
Hello World!


I did it this way, with my first Tinkerboard S!

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It's a 5V fan running with 3.3V.

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First I mounted the fan under the white board.
But i found out the cooling effect is better this way!

(Ahrrr... made such a nice round hole in the board, and nobody can see it now!)



Greetings

Grulle
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