My R-Pi 3+ keeps dying. I'm not sure what it's problem is, but it's been really hot here lately and the R-Pi is in a hot attic and that probably isn't helping. To get it back online, I just unplug it and plug it back in again and it boots up and it's fine for another 8-10 hours or so. I checked it with a non-contact temperature gun and it read about 120 degrees. R-Pi says its good to 150 degrees or thereabouts.

I'm considering replacing it with an R-Pi 4. Does anyone have any comparative experience with both or suggestions? I know that I could re-locate it to a cooler environment, but that's easier said than done. I've seen mini fans advertised, but the R-Pi folks say that it isn't necessary.