I have just installed dietpi and updated to 6.16, but I have noticed that my C2 is running significantly hotter (52-64C) then on armbian (42-50C). Iis it something that I am missing from the setting (I am on ondemand without any changes).
Can you verify that the ARM is correctly clocking down when on idle, e.g. by using “cpu” command?
We had some kernel setting on RPi in the past that should only push full clocks for 20 seconds on boot, but this prevented clocking down afterwards as well, at least on the current RPi firmware that time.
Perhaps there is some similar issue on Odroid C2.
But also check for e.g. hang processes via “htop”.
So yeah it seems to be quite warm, when I’m using now armbian is at 43-52C max with a few tasks open like music, streaming. So it definitely something here. On diepi my seems to never go do to lower clock (I tried to switch on conservative temp were the same). Question is why is it not going down with clock when not in use?