Originally Posted by kalmon
Here is a couple links showing the Erkq's heatsinks, A bad glue job on a brick, and my cooling scoop.
My board that kept cutting out and was replaced by HH looks like the one on your post, except I have more of the white glue overlapping with one of those 3 chips.
So is the current thinking - the sloppiness on this glue is causing overheating on the board? In that case if you take one of these 'bad' boards, remove this excessive glue and then refit it with less glue it should be good right? Has anyone tried this?
On my replacement board I was pretty generous with the white glue to fit my new board in place. Maybe I was just lucky that I didn't get any overlap in the wrong places? It's been perfect so far, I've flown maybe 30 or so batteries on it so far.... and loving it :-)