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Old 06-06-2013, 10:36 AM   #1
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Can a Rasberry Pi be powered on all the time and doesn't over heat. I am asking this becuase I will be running a server that will be required to b on all the time.

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A Rasberry Pi should run fine being on all the time. It's running low voltage and you could easily put a fan nearby to keep it cool. Are you planning on putting in it a case? If so, it may get hotter, but shouldn't overheat provided you don't keep it in a place that's already hot and you have air circulating.
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If it isn't overclocked it will be fine running all the time
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