Raspberry Pi 3 Overclock heat test – FLIRC case vs Canakit heatsink
Today we test the FLIRC case against the Canakit heatsinks. First the Canakit heatsinks were tested, then removed, and the FLIRC case was installed. The Pi was overclocked to 1400mhz.
The heatsinks were tested without a case on, just open to the air.
sysbench –test=cpu –num-theads=4 –cpu-max-prime=200000 run
|Idle in command prompt after 10 mins||49c||38c|
|Sysbench 2 minutes||83c||50c|
|Sysbench 3 minutes||83c||52c|
|Sysbench 4 minutes||84c||53c|
|Sysbench 5 minutes||84c||54c|
|Sysbench 10 minutes||85c throttle||56c|
Here are the overclock settings used:
Conclusion: The FLIRC case rocks 🙂
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