EDIT1: There is nothing connected to the board.
EDIT2: The board works but I don't know why it gets too hot.
I'm testing my new board MSP432P401R LaunchPad Rev 1.0 (black) from Texas Instruments. I've read some of its datasheet, I've downloaded Energia IDE (it's a copy of the Arduino IDE) and the Code Composer Studio. It's a great board but I'm very surprised because it gets too hot when I connect it to the USB port.
Viewing its datasheet in the Features section (page 1) in Operating Characteristics, its voltage range goes from 1.62 to 3.7V. So I think that the USB provides it more than 3.7V but I'm disconcerted because the board has some pins to plug in 5V. It's a board designed to consume less power but it produces a lot of heat, is it not contradictory? Why the MCU gets too hot? Is it damaged?