Posted By RichC on April 13, 2016
It looks like a small heatsink might be a good idea in order to preserve the stability of my Raspberry Pi3 as well as a cooler processor making the little American Pi microserver last a bit longer. Temperatures are generally 20 degrees higher than the Pi2 and have reached 90 degrees C a couple times during application installation.
That small passive heatsink is able to drop the SoC temperature almost in half. If you are interested in this $5 heatsink for the Raspberry Pi, you can find it at Amazon.com.