oh okay, and you have the asus ai protection turn on too right?It didn’t, I ran it for about 5 years. And there one before it for about 4. There have been models prone to that, but the most popular models seem to be well designed. If you live in a hot area, or will be stressing the processor for extended periods there are third party cooking solutions. Most people don’t need these.
how do you know if the router is overheating? Like instant shut down? What do you to cool it down? I read people slap on computer fans onto it with some weird modifications which look ridiculous to me.I can't find the video on youtube. That was many years ago... but you can still find many videos on Asus if you searched for them. Never had overheating nor loss of speed issues. Maybe a tiny bit of overheating on my tp-link but not Asus.