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Re: RPi 3 SoC at nearly 100 °C, reporting 80 °C

Wed Mar 09, 2016 1:26 pm

Heater wrote:Raw performance is not everything.
Absolutely! Are the competition making considerably more powerful devices for the same price? Is there a 4 year old supportive community behind the opposition? Some people are still clearly missing out on the whole reason for the Pi existing in the first place.
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Re: RPi 3 SoC at nearly 100 °C, reporting 80 °C

Wed Mar 09, 2016 1:30 pm

bullen wrote:But you have competition heading your way. Just ordered a ODROID XU4 last week too.

It's peak computing time and you're missing the bus.
The XU4 is more than twice the price of any Raspberry Pi and has a huge power requirement (their site states 5V 4A is required). So what you're basically saying is that a more expensive product is more powerful. This is not news.

This is the reason that 8 million Raspberry Pi boards have now been sold:
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Heater wrote:Raw performance is not everything.
Absolutely! Are the competition making considerably more powerful devices for the same price? Is there a 4 year old supportive community behind the opposition? Some people are still clearly missing out on the whole reason for the Pi existing in the first place.
I very much doubt that any competing SBC can claim that its most recent software will still work on its oldest hardware (unless you're buying specialist/dedicated kit, in which case you're not in the same market as the Pi is).

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Re: RPi 3 SoC at nearly 100 °C, reporting 80 °C

Wed Mar 09, 2016 1:54 pm

bullen wrote:
It's peak computing time and you're missing the bus.
What's is happening to the Odroid profits then? Are they being put back into education or are they making a few people wealthy?

Zero is is my preferred SBC. You're missing the school bus.

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Re: RPi 3 SoC at nearly 100 °C, reporting 80 °C

Wed Mar 09, 2016 2:58 pm

Preliminary results (without testing the RPi3 yet) CPU + eth on the Orange Pi One is 2x the RPi 2!

This means Raspberry Pi products are 6x less performant per power/price.

That is 600%!

Unless the OPi One SD card speed is crap or the power consumption is completely bonkers (both unlikely) we have a clear winner.
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Re: RPi 3 SoC at nearly 100 °C, reporting 80 °C

Wed Mar 09, 2016 3:06 pm

bullen wrote:Preliminary results (without testing the RPi3 yet) CPU + eth on the Orange Pi One is 2x the RPi 2!

This means Raspberry Pi products are 6x less performant per power/price.

That is 600%!

Unless the OPi One SD card speed is crap or the power consumption is completely bonkers (both unlikely) we have a clear winner.
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Re: RPi 3 SoC at nearly 100 °C, reporting 80 °C

Wed Mar 09, 2016 5:03 pm

This thread is for the discussion of Pi3.

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Re: RPi 3 SoC at nearly 100 °C, reporting 80 °C

Thu Mar 10, 2016 6:48 pm

Pithagoros wrote:
ssvb wrote:
Pithagoros wrote:This is a useful paragraph. I was originally considering underclocking because of some of the reports on these forums, but in real use my Pi 3 hasn't actually got very warm at all. Monitoring temperature using the internal facility I am seeing 40-45C with no heatsink fitted, the Pi3 sitting on a desktop with no case doing normal coding work. I've been wondering why I've not seen any significant heating.
Well, one of the concerns raised in this topic was about the internal sensor being not exactly accurate, as the topic name suggests. So the differences between individual units might be not only manifesting themselves as different levels of actual power consumption, but also as having a substantially different internal temperature sensor bias too.
I get that, but I can back up the temperature reading with my ultra-reliable fingertip touch test. It's not getting warmed up.
Thanks for your valuable feedback. But unfortunately it does not provide any information about the internal temperature sensor accuracy in your board.
ssvb wrote: In order to observe significant heating, you need to load the Raspberry Pi 3 board with some work stressing all CPU cores simultaneously. One of such examples is a parallel build of some C code using the GCC compiler. Please note that the GCC compiler is a relatively light workload though and much heavier workloads exist. For example, NEON optimized video transcoding from one format into another is rather power hungry. BTW, video playback is not so heavy because it does not need faster than realtime decoding and the CPU usually has a bit of time to rest between decoding individual frames.
Yes, I could get the thing warmed up by deliberately stressing it, but one of the reasons this discussion doesn't make much sense to me is because the stressing tests are not really representative of normal use in the majority of cases. They are like driving a car in second gear with the RPM bouncing off the rev limiter all the time. Why would anyone do that?
Well, I guess you also don't see much sense in discussing airbags, seatbelts and car safety ratings because you personally don't have plans to get into a car accident any time soon. And also because colliding with obstacles does not represent a normal daily use of cars for the majority of users...

Moreover, what seems to be "deliberately stressing" for you, is a perfectly reasonable use case for the other people. Video playback/transcoding was just one example. This is nothing like "driving a car in second gear with the RPM bouncing off the rev limiter all the time". Such use cases are similar to occasionally driving on a highway instead of only ever using speed limited roads in your city.

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Re: RPi 3 SoC at nearly 100 °C, reporting 80 °C

Thu Mar 10, 2016 7:59 pm

ssvb wrote: Thanks for your valuable feedback. But unfortunately it does not provide any information about the internal temperature sensor accuracy in your board.
It provides the information that the Pi is not heating up and that correlates with the internal temperature sensor. It's not running hot. That is all I was communicating.
ssvb wrote: Moreover, what seems to be "deliberately stressing" for you, is a perfectly reasonable use case for the other people. Video playback/transcoding was just one example. This is nothing like "driving a car in second gear with the RPM bouncing off the rev limiter all the time". Such use cases are similar to occasionally driving on a highway instead of only ever using speed limited roads in your city.
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stress --cpu 4 --timeout 600
What other definition of "deliberately stressing" is there?

I have no idea what you are getting at with your car collision comment, sounds like a straw man.

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Re: RPi 3 SoC at nearly 100 °C, reporting 80 °C

Thu Mar 10, 2016 8:16 pm

Pithagoros wrote: What this?

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stress --cpu 4 --timeout 600
What other definition of "deliberately stressing" is there?
Many.

In the extreme case you can use a power virus - ARM in fact provide as part of their test suite an NDA'd, tightly optimised assembler listing, tailored to each core type, that does nothing but make every single register in the CPU flip up and down at near to the core frequency. This doesn't just heat up the chip - the current drawn stresses the bond wires to the die, the PCB traces, the upstream power and the power grid implemented on top of the chip itself. It's the extreme example of an edge-case test.

In the realistic but still unduly stressful scenario, a benchmark running NEON floating-point operations with a high rate of toggles in the FPU will approximate the ARM hand-crafted test.

More realistic high-consumption scenarios will stress the entire chip - the VPU is capable of generating significant memory traffic and the 3D core is quite power-hungry. As an example, running the HD deinterlace plus advanced analogue audio will keep 3D and the VPU significantly busy. One A53 will be kept busy feeding the GPU with data - if you had the other 3 doing a software decode then you'd be well on your way to a max-stress real-world scenario.
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Re: RPi 3 SoC at nearly 100 °C, reporting 80 °C

Thu Mar 10, 2016 8:58 pm

Adding to my previous posts...

I added a vanilla heat sink today. When running the same stress test, which is nothing even to the ones debated above, I get to the same thermal ceiling...but much slower. And to put numbers to things, instead of reaching 80C+ in 5 seconds, it now takes 30 seconds to get there; instead of throttling itself down to 700-800Mhz, it is now stable in the 950Mhz range.

So, how does this compare to the guys using the same OS, same stress test, that dont get past 72C even without heat sink?

Do I have a defective RPi, or the boards are currently being sold with wild variations in thermal behaviour?

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Re: RPi 3 SoC at nearly 100 °C, reporting 80 °C

Thu Mar 10, 2016 11:46 pm

I saw this somewhere, its nearly all NEON instructions and it heats up the SoC very rapidly until it throttles back - even with a heatsink.

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Re: RPi 3 SoC at nearly 100 °C, reporting 80 °C

Thu Mar 10, 2016 11:54 pm

Htaborda wrote:Do I have a defective RPi, or the boards are currently being sold with wild variations in thermal behaviour?
I suspect it's the latter as no two SOCs are going to be the same, but the dispute seems to be about how wild the variations actually are.
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Re: RPi 3 SoC at nearly 100 °C, reporting 80 °C

Fri Mar 11, 2016 6:24 am

Htaborda wrote:Adding to my previous posts...

I added a vanilla heat sink today. When running the same stress test, which is nothing even to the ones debated above, I get to the same thermal ceiling...but much slower. And to put numbers to things, instead of reaching 80C+ in 5 seconds, it now takes 30 seconds to get there; instead of throttling itself down to 700-800Mhz, it is now stable in the 950Mhz range.

So, how does this compare to the guys using the same OS, same stress test, that dont get past 72C even without heat sink?

Do I have a defective RPi, or the boards are currently being sold with wild variations in thermal behaviour?
Boxed in or not? Heat sinks won't help much, if you enclose everything into a small plastic box with very limited air flow.
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Re: RPi 3 SoC at nearly 100 °C, reporting 80 °C

Fri Mar 11, 2016 10:33 am

Inside an official box, without the cover. Adding the cover adds 3-4C to the measurements.

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Re: RPi 3 SoC at nearly 100 °C, reporting 80 °C

Tue Mar 22, 2016 10:02 am

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So, for normal use by normal users, do I need a heat sink?
I hit over 80°C with just YouTube and omxplayer (with only a 50% load). You need something.

https://youtu.be/CBLOIvGPJN0
So, you were docoding YouTube video, AND using OMXPLayer? Two video decodes at the same time, one using the HW decoder, one using software on the ARMs?

That is a fairly stressful use case.
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Re: RPi 3 SoC at nearly 100 °C, reporting 80 °C

Tue Mar 22, 2016 10:33 am

jamesh wrote:That is a fairly stressful use case.
Plus the Pi in question is heavily overclocked as well as overvolted, so it's not representative of typical temperatures anyway.
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Re: RPi 3 SoC at nearly 100 °C, reporting 80 °C

Tue Mar 22, 2016 4:40 pm

In terms of heating I found that the recommended RPi3 case tended to make matters worse but after swapping for an original roomy RPi2 case temperature reported didn't exceed 60 degree C so max 80 degrees if take sensor to be omitting 20 degrees under high load.

Yes you can run electronics hot for quite some time but it does shorten operating life and it may also impact any addition electronics you add within the heated area.

The evidence does say the RPi3 runs much hotter than the RPi2 and so if you want a stable, long life in your pi then a RPi3 is going to need additional cooling, be run slower and/or to move more expensive addons outside the case if possible.

I have had have my original RPi1B running off my network all this time and it has been happy up until recent software changes so with care you would expect the same life for later products, if the RPi3 dies earlier then is this a reasonable lifespan? Personally I do not keep the Rpi3 powered as I do with the original pi simple because without reliability then the performance gain is useless.

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Re: RPi 3 SoC at nearly 100 °C, reporting 80 °C

Tue Mar 22, 2016 5:18 pm

I have the Raspberry Pi SAFETY GUIDE which comes to me with the Pi 3, from element 14.

It says:
WARNINGS - This product should be operated in a well ventilated environment and, if used inside a case, the case should not be covered.

Anyway, I put it in a old case which covered my Pi 2 before. I'm watching what would happen.

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Tue Mar 22, 2016 6:16 pm

LeMoog wrote:In terms of heating I found that the recommended RPi3 case tended to make matters worse but after swapping for an original roomy RPi2 case temperature reported didn't exceed 60 degree C so max 80 degrees if take sensor to be omitting 20 degrees under high load.

Yes you can run electronics hot for quite some time but it does shorten operating life and it may also impact any addition electronics you add within the heated area.

The evidence does say the RPi3 runs much hotter than the RPi2 and so if you want a stable, long life in your pi then a RPi3 is going to need additional cooling, be run slower and/or to move more expensive addons outside the case if possible.

I have had have my original RPi1B running off my network all this time and it has been happy up until recent software changes so with care you would expect the same life for later products, if the RPi3 dies earlier then is this a reasonable lifespan? Personally I do not keep the Rpi3 powered as I do with the original pi simple because without reliability then the performance gain is useless.
I'm not sure evidence was required to know the Pi3 was going to run hotter - the Foundation stated this on launch, and it's not rocket science to figure out that going from A7 cores to A53 on the same 40nm process will require more power. How hot is a different matter of course.

The life of the SoC at these elevated temps will reduce, but I think its around 30 years by default, even if you half or third that, you still have a ten year device, and in 10 years it's likely to have been superseded quite dramatically.

What problems have you seen on Pi 1 with latest SW? There shouldn't have been any regressions.
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Re: RPi 3 SoC at nearly 100 °C, reporting 80 °C

Tue Mar 22, 2016 6:19 pm

The matter is a bit different. It is not about "it warms up".
It's rather "it warms up so easily that it throttles for any conventional task".

From my side, I'm more worried that some RPi3 do get much hotter than others. I would like to see the Foundation publishing what is "normal"/"expected" for the temperature of RPi3 at a certain workload.

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Re: RPi 3 SoC at nearly 100 °C, reporting 80 °C

Tue Mar 22, 2016 6:24 pm

Htaborda wrote:The matter is a bit different. It is not about "it warms up".
It's rather "it warms up so easily that it throttles for any conventional task".

From my side, I'm more worried that some RPi3 do get much hotter than others. I would like to see the Foundation publishing what is "normal"/"expected" for the temperature of RPi3 at a certain workload.
Some of the reports are odd, I've not had any problems at all with a normal workload. I'm sure more information will arise over time, as more evidence is gathered.
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Re: RPi 3 SoC at nearly 100 °C, reporting 80 °C

Tue Mar 22, 2016 7:14 pm

jamesh wrote:Some of the reports are odd, I've not had any problems at all with a normal workload. I'm sure more information will arise over time, as more evidence is gathered.
Have you monitored the frequency during a job? If it throttles back but remains stable I suspect most people wouldn’t notice.

After reading the reports I tried a large C compilation lasting 5 hours with make -j5 which is bigger than I would normally do but still a "reasonable" job. It was throttled back most of the time by a small amount (down to around 1150Mhz). Adding a heatsink for a second run kept it at 1200Mhz and the job took 4.5 hours instead. No big deal really. The point is I would never have known, nor cared, without watching bcmstat while it was running. I guess I would notice if it slowed down all the way to 600Mhz.

For normal workloads, the Pi3 is absolutely fine.
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Re: RPi 3 SoC at nearly 100 °C, reporting 80 °C

Tue Mar 22, 2016 7:32 pm

With a small heat sink I've done a compile job running on all 4 cores and it never went above 73 C and never throttled.

But software that uses the NEON units a lot on all cores will surpass 80 C and it will start throttling. I did a video conversion with HandBrake which ran for about an hour. It throttled down to about 1100 MHz, without the heat sink to about 900 MHz.
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Re: RPi 3 SoC at nearly 100 °C, reporting 80 °C

Tue Mar 22, 2016 9:59 pm

When i do make -j4 for building ffmpeg from ppsspp emulator on retropie system image it goes to 85°C and throttles back although not immediatly to 600mhz it stays around 700mhz but temprature is between 80 and 85°C while throttling.

1150mhz or 700mhz throttling is a huge diffrence imo. Also the RPI3 is sitting in my picade so not in a thightly closed box, but rather in a bartop arcade cabinet and has no heatsinks just a plain RPI3. Here a picture from google search where you can see where the rpi3 is sitting in my case (not my picture but i have exactly the same thing except i have rpi3) http://www.meshmeld.com/assets/2014-06-20-back.jpg

there are indeed some diffrences. Also i had waited to run make -j4 for about half an hour after system boot because emulation station while the system has first booted up takes up one core for a while (seen with htop). During the build and logging of temprature and cpu frequency htop was already running.

do note this is while building ffmpeg, part of ppsspp emulator manually retropie's building system does not use make -j4 i think it uses make -j2

below you can see the logging of the temprature

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pi@retropie:~ $ uptime
 21:44:55 up 29 min,  4 users,  load average: 0.25, 0.67, 0.95
pi@retropie:~ $ while true; do date && vcgencmd measure_temp && vcgencmd measure_clock arm && sleep 2; done;
Tue 22 Mar 21:44:59 UTC 2016
temp=55.8'C
frequency(45)=600000000
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frequency(45)=600000000
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frequency(45)=1200000000
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frequency(45)=1200000000
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frequency(45)=1200000000
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frequency(45)=1200000000
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temp=79.5'C
frequency(45)=1170000000
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frequency(45)=1015000000
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frequency(45)=1020000000
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temp=82.2'C
frequency(45)=934000000
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frequency(45)=948000000
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temp=82.7'C
frequency(45)=921000000
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frequency(45)=910000000
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temp=83.8'C
frequency(45)=902000000
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temp=82.7'C
frequency(45)=873000000
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temp=83.8'C
frequency(45)=860000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:46:04 UTC 2016
temp=83.8'C
frequency(45)=878998000
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temp=83.3'C
frequency(45)=849000000
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frequency(45)=844000000
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frequency(45)=848000000
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frequency(45)=840000000
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frequency(45)=823000000
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frequency(45)=818000000
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frequency(45)=813000000
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temp=83.8'C
frequency(45)=822000000
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temp=83.8'C
frequency(45)=821000000
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temp=83.8'C
frequency(45)=819000000
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temp=83.8'C
frequency(45)=825000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:46:30 UTC 2016
temp=83.8'C
frequency(45)=803000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:46:32 UTC 2016
temp=83.8'C
frequency(45)=820000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:46:34 UTC 2016
temp=84.4'C
frequency(45)=816000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:46:36 UTC 2016
temp=83.8'C
frequency(45)=807000000
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temp=84.4'C
frequency(45)=792000000
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frequency(45)=800000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:46:43 UTC 2016
temp=83.8'C
frequency(45)=771000000
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frequency(45)=774000000
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temp=84.4'C
frequency(45)=786000000
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temp=84.4'C
frequency(45)=781000000
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frequency(45)=752000000
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frequency(45)=773000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:46:55 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=766000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:46:57 UTC 2016
temp=83.8'C
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Tue 22 Mar 21:46:59 UTC 2016
temp=84.4'C
frequency(45)=779000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:01 UTC 2016
temp=84.4'C
frequency(45)=766000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:03 UTC 2016
temp=84.4'C
frequency(45)=771000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:05 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=772000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:07 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=762998000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:09 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=756000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:11 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=753000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:13 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=759000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:15 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=755000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:17 UTC 2016
temp=84.4'C
frequency(45)=758000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:19 UTC 2016
temp=84.4'C
frequency(45)=754000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:21 UTC 2016
temp=84.4'C
frequency(45)=744000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:24 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=720000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:26 UTC 2016
temp=84.4'C
frequency(45)=732000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:28 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=753000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:30 UTC 2016
temp=83.8'C
frequency(45)=751000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:32 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=741000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:34 UTC 2016
temp=84.4'C
frequency(45)=743000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:36 UTC 2016
temp=84.4'C
frequency(45)=735000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:38 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=747000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:40 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=759000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:42 UTC 2016
temp=84.4'C
frequency(45)=761000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:44 UTC 2016
temp=84.4'C
frequency(45)=753002000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:46 UTC 2016
temp=84.4'C
frequency(45)=729000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:48 UTC 2016
temp=84.4'C
frequency(45)=717000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:50 UTC 2016
temp=85.4'C
frequency(45)=723000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:52 UTC 2016
temp=84.4'C
frequency(45)=718000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:54 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=727000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:56 UTC 2016
temp=84.4'C
frequency(45)=724000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:47:58 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=733000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:00 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=736000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:02 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=721000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:04 UTC 2016
temp=85.4'C
frequency(45)=725000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:06 UTC 2016
temp=84.4'C
frequency(45)=707000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:08 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=719000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:11 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=717000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:13 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=716000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:15 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=724000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:17 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=715000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:19 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=713000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:21 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=721000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:23 UTC 2016
temp=82.7'C
frequency(45)=600000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:25 UTC 2016
temp=83.8'C
frequency(45)=890000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:27 UTC 2016
temp=83.8'C
frequency(45)=782000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:29 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=727000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:31 UTC 2016
temp=85.4'C
frequency(45)=722000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:33 UTC 2016
temp=83.8'C
frequency(45)=600000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:35 UTC 2016
temp=83.8'C
frequency(45)=874000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:37 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=753000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:39 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=721000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:41 UTC 2016
temp=82.7'C
frequency(45)=600000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:43 UTC 2016
temp=83.8'C
frequency(45)=860000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:45 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=743000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:47 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=729000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:49 UTC 2016
temp=84.4'C
frequency(45)=708000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:51 UTC 2016
temp=82.7'C
frequency(45)=600000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:54 UTC 2016
temp=83.8'C
frequency(45)=831000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:56 UTC 2016
temp=85.4'C
frequency(45)=755000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:48:58 UTC 2016
temp=85.4'C
frequency(45)=711000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:00 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=711998000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:02 UTC 2016
temp=84.4'C
frequency(45)=709000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:04 UTC 2016
temp=83.8'C
frequency(45)=600000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:06 UTC 2016
temp=83.8'C
frequency(45)=880000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:08 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=749000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:10 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=714000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:12 UTC 2016
temp=83.3'C
frequency(45)=600000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:14 UTC 2016
temp=83.3'C
frequency(45)=874000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:16 UTC 2016
temp=84.4'C
frequency(45)=754000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:18 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=708000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:20 UTC 2016
temp=83.3'C
frequency(45)=600000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:22 UTC 2016
temp=83.8'C
frequency(45)=861002000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:24 UTC 2016
temp=84.9'C
frequency(45)=765000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:26 UTC 2016
temp=85.4'C
frequency(45)=720000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:28 UTC 2016
temp=82.7'C
frequency(45)=600000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:30 UTC 2016
temp=81.7'C
frequency(45)=1005000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:32 UTC 2016
temp=80.6'C
frequency(45)=1071000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:34 UTC 2016
temp=80.1'C
frequency(45)=1160000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:36 UTC 2016
temp=78.4'C
frequency(45)=1199002000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:38 UTC 2016
temp=75.2'C
frequency(45)=600000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:40 UTC 2016
temp=73.6'C
frequency(45)=600000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:42 UTC 2016
temp=72.5'C
frequency(45)=600000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:44 UTC 2016
temp=71.4'C
frequency(45)=600000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:47 UTC 2016
temp=71.4'C
frequency(45)=1200000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:49 UTC 2016
temp=70.9'C
frequency(45)=600000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:51 UTC 2016
temp=69.8'C
frequency(45)=600000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:53 UTC 2016
temp=68.8'C
frequency(45)=600000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:55 UTC 2016
temp=68.8'C
frequency(45)=600000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:57 UTC 2016
temp=68.2'C
frequency(45)=600000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:49:59 UTC 2016
temp=69.3'C
frequency(45)=1200000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:50:01 UTC 2016
temp=69.3'C
frequency(45)=1200000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:50:03 UTC 2016
temp=68.8'C
frequency(45)=600000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:50:05 UTC 2016
temp=67.7'C
frequency(45)=600000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:50:07 UTC 2016
temp=66.6'C
frequency(45)=600000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:50:09 UTC 2016
temp=67.1'C
frequency(45)=600000000
Tue 22 Mar 21:50:11 UTC 2016
temp=66.1'C
frequency(45)=600000000
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