Surface book 3 for business overheats

Thomas Stetter 1 Reputation point

I have bought a surface book 3 for business a few weeks ago. It is getting very hot (touching is burning the fingers), even though I hear the ventilation. In addition, I already had 2 unexpected shutdowns. What should I do?

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  1. Dave Patrick 426K Reputation points MVP

    I'd try asking over here in dedicated forums.

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  2. Jenny Feng 14,146 Reputation points


    Try to set the power profile to better-performance while plugged in, and best-performance while unplugged.

    Also, go into UEFI and set battery limit:

    Hope above information can help you.


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