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the k1 gets super your highest degrees in farenheight

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30th August 2014, 12:22 AM   |  #1  
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I was running trine two. Console mode and hit 122 degrees Fahrenheit
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surface temp?
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43C on Half Life.

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Dungeon defenders just shy of shutting device off
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Originally Posted by funb0b

43C on Half Life.

About the same for me. Just to be safe I sit my Tablet on my TT Coolermaster lol. Havn't had it go Insanely hot yet though.
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You all might want to read Anandtechs follow up review that discusses the hot core temp of 95C. They have concern that for passive cooling, this could be too hot. They still like the device, but wonder about the long term heat impact.
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I think after update 1.1 it's hotter

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This is why I prefer the Shield Portable in terms of cooling. It is the only device on the market AFAIK that has air cooling.
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Originally Posted by quangv

I think after update 1.1 it's hotter

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Yeah I think thtat too. Playing GTA San Andreas now is hotter than before update.

But Wi-Fi problems has gone !!

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