Just received my Turris Omnia today and mine also has “high” temperatures:
Adapter: Virtual device
I say “high” because the cpu is a passively cooled dualcore chip running at 1,6 GHz.
When comparing the temps to a similar product (same chipset, same clock speed), the Linksys WRT1900ACS, they seem to be in line according to posts by users of the WRT (source 1, source 2, more can be found by Google-ing). Thus, they appear to be normal temps and our hardware should be able to handle it. However, it would be nice if the Turris Omnia team could enlighten us on this issue.
So if you are worried about those temps, there are a few things you could do:
-Add a better heat sink
-Add a usb fan
-Replace the heat sink with a fan
-Replace the router with a cooler running model router
When I have the time, I’ll probably go for option 3