I suppose I'm being overly cautious. But that yellow square on my screen is annoying as heck. I don't want to override that if it's legitimately getting to hot to handle. I'm not even sure how hot it really is comparatively. I hate being in a country though that has trained me to use Fahrenheit for temperatures, while the PC world (and everybody else in the world it seems) uses Celsius. Lol! In order for me to figure out how hot my box is, I have to go into Kodi's settings, and change the temperature setting to Celsius. But I grew up in Fahrenheit so I have to change it back for my weather addon. What'd be really neat is if somebody came up with a nifty little addon that reads the current temp of the CPU (in Celsius) and displays it on the screen, maybe next to the time and date away from the weather.
Anyway, I haven't pulled the trigger on that case yet. I'll wait and see if somebody else has an opinion on it, good, or bad (hopefully with a better suggestion!). Thanks for getting back at least. It's amazing what you can do with these things. I remember building a computer that was full size running off the car battery to a power inverter to pump out 200 watts so I could power the PSU. Had it all wired up with extension cords and what not, running to a (non touch) LCD screen above my rearview mirror. All the geeks at my work at the time thought I should go into business installing it in other people's cars too. It ran WinAMP and had a 60gb (yup) hard drive, with a ton of music and visualizations, and a copy of Fellowship of the Ring on it for the car trip I planned and never took. Now I can do a LOT more, with a little device no bigger than a credit card, and it has no moving parts! Wow technology is great.