Microsoft Surface Pro Suffer From Overheating And Random Hibernation

Microsoft’s latest Surface Pro went on sale a few weeks ago and users have started reporting serious bugs with one of the best Windows tablets. According to reports, users are affected by random hibernation mode and in some cases, the device even shuts down.

While that will probably be fixed in the upcoming software updates, the same can’t be said for the overheating and throttling issues. According to Notebookcheck, once the CPU reaches around 57° C, clock rates will throttle to 2.3 GHz or slower. Both variants, with and without a fan, throttle after some time, and only design changes can fix the issue, which Microsoft most likely won’t make.