- elgur85Participant03/08/2016 at 22:06Post count: 34
I’ve had my Pi3 for about a week ago, and it freezes a lot.
As soon as I just let it be online, without playing, it freezes.
Can’t ssh it or using connected keyboards or controllers.
Have anyone else experienced this?auswearParticipant03/08/2016 at 23:15Post count: 65
Can you SSH in and see what temp it’s running at?
I had the same issue with mine but then realised I was using my old config.txt from my Pi 2 which had temp_limit=75
The Pi 3 runs much hotter and after a couple of hours use mine sits around 85 degreeselgur85Participant03/09/2016 at 16:01Post count: 34
Nope, I can’t access it through SSH. I’ve seen it around 55-60, so no high temperature.
Using a newly downloaded Retropie image for the RPi3, so the config.txt is not for my RPi2.gamesfanParticipant03/12/2016 at 17:53Post count: 29
Do you have any heatsinks or fans? I use them with my RPI2 as it would freeze in some long gaming sessions. Once I put on the heatsinks and fans the issues went away.
Also the RPI3 requires a beefier powersupply at 2.5amps , maybe your PS isnt giving it enough current and that is causing the lockups.neighbourhoodnerdParticipant03/14/2016 at 08:05Post count: 111
I can almost guarantee it’s your power supply. As Gamesfan says, you need 2.5amps.belowstupidParticipant03/18/2016 at 16:50Post count: 7
It’s not the power supply. I have the same problem and my power supply is 3.5amp with heatsinks and fan.elgur85Participant03/19/2016 at 15:00Post count: 34
It shouldn’t be the powersupply since I use the official powersupply…pohlinger31Participant03/19/2016 at 18:55Post count: 3
Mine has been freezing as well – seems to be in certain games, especially a few PS1 games. Not sure what the issue is… I also had it freeze in the retropie setup menu, which was very odd.elgur85Participant03/19/2016 at 20:27Post count: 34
I don’t know if the issue is in Retropie (the image) or the Pi itself.
I have other strang issues, like drops in SSH connections, and problems to reboot the Pi, it sais that it’s going to reboot, but nothing happens.pi-guyParticipant03/20/2016 at 08:22Post count: 32
I’m having the same issue with ssh, but I’m using wifi and I read somewhere that the built-in wifi driver is having some issues on some OS flavors…maybe this one too. Are you using wifi and if so are you using the onboard wifi or a usb stick?robbomanParticipant03/22/2016 at 03:47Post count: 8
I’ve been running my RP 3 for days on end, no freezes here.pi-guyParticipant03/23/2016 at 06:30Post count: 32
Have your tried the built-in wifi? If so, within 10min I can almost guarantee you’ll lose a ping or more especially if your CPU is busy. Though I did find that having too many devices plugged into the usb port exacerbates the issue, especially if you use a 10′ long usb extension cable like I do. Probably a power thing, my guess is if under med-high CPU load and a few peripherals (w/o external power) are plugged in it starts shutting down power to the wifi before anything else.
I’m working on finding or acquiring a powered usb hub (which I know is kind-of the golden rule with Pi’s) to see if that helps things along.nonoriusParticipant03/27/2016 at 23:22Post count: 16
I have the same issue: http://www.petrockblock.com/forums/topic/regular-freezes-with-raspberry-23/
Sorry to trust several topics with this but I try to find a way to fix this.
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