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Thanks to Gareth Halfacree, whom took a series of photographs of the Raspberry Pi processor under heavy load, I think. Note there's no load on the GPU in these photographs. You can see how potentially hot each processor chip of the Raspberry Pi get. These are at stock processing speeds with no overclock and using sysbench to push the CPU.

 

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{gallery} Raspberry Pi Operating Temperatures Individual Scaling

Raspberry Pi 1 Model A+

Raspberry Pi 1 Model A+: 13.5degC to 28.8degC

Raspberry Pi Zero

Raspberry Pi Zero: 13.1degC to 44.1degC

Raspberry Pi 1 Model B+

Raspberry Pi 1 Model B+: 14.9degC to 32.5degC

Raspberry Pi 2 Model B

Raspberry Pi 2 Model B: 12.4degC to 49.4degC

Raspberry Pi 3 Model B

Raspberry Pi 3 Model B: 16degC to 87.6degC

Close up of Raspberry Pi 3 Model B

Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Close up: 45.1degC to 101.3degC

{gallery} Raspberry Pi Operating Temperatures Normalised Scale

Raspberry Pi 1 Model A+

Raspberry Pi 1 Model A+: Normalised Temperature View

Raspberry Pi Zero

Raspberry Pi Zero: Normalised Temperature View

Raspberry Pi 1 Model B+

Raspberry Pi 1 Model B+: Normalised Temperature View

Raspberry Pi 2 Model B

Raspberry Pi 2 Model B: Normalised Temperature View

Raspberry Pi 3 Model B

Raspberry Pi 3 Model B: Normalised Temperature View

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