Microsoft: Fix for Surface Pro 3 overheating issue coming soon

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  1. Jeffrey

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    In a statement sent to PCWorld, Microsoft avoided using the term “overheating,” but said users should expect the Core i7 model to run warmer than its less-powerful siblings.

    “The i7 version of Surface Pro 3 is a first-of-its-kind tablet delivering i7 processing power in a thin and light package,” Microsoft said. “As such, the increased power calls for the fan to spin more regularly and at higher speeds—and for the unit to run slightly warmer.”

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    Have anI7 & I've never seen the thermometer.

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    I think the icon with the circle around it is not quite obnoxious enough. They should double underline it too. :)
     
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