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    I read that the other day. It's amazing what think they deserve......when they paid absolutely nothing for it.

    I'll do what I can to keep it supported for pCP. I really don't like the other solutions.
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    Is there a way of seeing what the CPU load is at any given point within PCP. I can see the CPU temperature (under diagnostics) but it would be good to see how hard the CPU is working at the same point? I'm thinking along the lines of Max2Play which shows the CPU load in conjunction with the temperature.

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    No there is not a way to do it from the web interface. You can easily log in via ssh and run "top"
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    Many thanks for clarifying Paul.

    May I ask one further beginners question;
    I'm aware that a firmware update was issued for the Pi4 a few weeks ago which is supposed to help with the core temperature, something to do with the usb chip I think. Anyway, how should I go about updating my Pi4 or will it eventually be included in a future pCP release?

    Thanks
    Ashley

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    Quote Originally Posted by acanning View Post
    Many thanks for clarifying Paul.

    May I ask one further beginners question;
    I'm aware that a firmware update was issued for the Pi4 a few weeks ago which is supposed to help with the core temperature, something to do with the usb chip I think. Anyway, how should I go about updating my Pi4 or will it eventually be included in a future pCP release?

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    That is a firmware flash that must be manually applied. Just open a ssh session and follow the directions given by the rpi folks. The odd thing is that they have not released this patch in any official way. There is a link to the thread somewhere in this thread. Iĺm using my phone right now, so a bit hard for me to search for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    That is a firmware flash that must be manually applied. Just open a ssh session and follow the directions given by the rpi folks. The odd thing is that they have not released this patch in any official way. There is a link to the thread somewhere in this thread. Iĺm using my phone right now, so a bit hard for me to search for it.

    Start at 38 mins


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    It might not have made its way into the standard release from RPi team because of some people reporting that it was causing issues for their USB3 devices.
    ISTR some saying that transfer speeds slowed down a lot.
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    I tried the firmware flash (and so, I think, did chill) I found it made only a slight difference

    https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/v...59e1a&start=75


    kidstypike reference this

    https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/v...t=375#p1518239

    There have been a lot of updates since these posts.

    There a a lot of cheap fans to get by with.

    I think it's best to wait for a proper announcement from the rpi people.

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    Many thanks Chaps.

    I think I'll wait and see how things pan out. My Pi4 isn't running too hot but I can't resist tinkering which probably isn't wise as I haven't really got a clue what I doing!! It's also dawned on me that as I'm not using the USB interface I doubt the update will benefit me at all

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