Hi is anyone having overheating issues in their Pi Top Ceed?
I just lost a Pi 3 B ... worked for 2 days , then I could not start up in the Ceed .
For some reason would not power on any more.
I added an external power source (Pi adapter) this worked , but overheating warning.
I tested the Pi outside the Ceed and it booted, but there was a overheating warning .
Is this the Polaris OS ?
Am about to get a Pi 3 B+ replacement, do I need to put heat sink on ?
Any advise welcome.
Was my Pi faulty ?
Have had no problems with it in the past.
NB could not power on in the Ceed. Would power on only using the external Pi adapter.