Greetings! I have a UDOO x86 Ultra that I got from the Kickstarter campaign, and it was working well as far as I knew, although I never really did anything intense with it before. Now, however, I'm trying to use it to play videos through my home theater system, and it does well for a few minutes, but then I'd sort of lose video. The screen will change to either gold (some shade in my background image) or, now consistently, black, while the audio would continue to play. The only way I can seem to recover from this is to reboot the system by either remoting in with RDP or by pulling and reattaching the AC adapter. So, is it overheating? If so, why? Shouldn't the processor detect the thermal conditions and throttle accordingly? Would the official fan take care of this issue? (My unit didn't come with one.) My UDOO x86 is currently running Windows 8.1, fully patched, with the latest Intel drivers, per the Driver and Support Assistant (Which is garbage, by the way), and I've been using VLC to play high-definition videos from a USB 3 hard disk in full-screen mode.