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ASUS Tinkerboard in Pi-Top V2

Using the same trick of removing the stock heatsink on the bridge that I used for the Le Potato and getting a 25x25x6mm heatsink I tried the Tinkerboard but it only goes about 2min before throttling down and with about 8 minutes is down below 1Ghz. Next I tried a stack of three 2mm copper shims and while promising still throttles down after about 10 minutes but took much longer to start dipping below 1Ghz. Will do some more experimenting on this one because Armbian runs really nice of this board from what I can tell. Other than dealing with the heat and figuring out why it sees my wireless network but won’t connect (works under Debian so not hardware) it looks like a nice and faster setup.
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