Hey there. As a lot of you already know the i7 Mini is an oven. There are several threads in which it's been discussed its temps and how to deal with them under full load. philipma1957 and Snowcake are two who have been on the issue with special interest. In my case, a 2.6GHz i7, I was getting temps between 99-104ºC under full load. Here's a post in which, running Prime95 for 15 minutes I get CPU at 100ºC+ (although 98ºC are shown in the screenshot) and fans speeds of 5500 RPM in order to keep that temp. (Sooo noisy). It's not that that's unacceptable but thought I could do something about it. I mentioned in a couple of threads that I had bought a spare Mini Bottom cover off ebay and planed to mod it in order to achieve better temps and lower fan speeds. My intention was to remove this zone with a dremel and see a hell of an improvement. (Air is supposed to be swallowed in by the Mini through that red zone, in which the Antenna plate is) Did mod it but there was no improvement AT ALL. Still the same. So I decided to go another way and bought a fiber tiny net: Put two in a 45º 'polarization' which resulted in: I then took the bottom of the Mini off and put this custom air filter: For those wondering I attached it with a glue pistol so all the Air in has to go through the filter. This glue is extremely easy to remove and clean later on. This way I can remove this filer once every two months or so, clean it up and put it back with more glue. Raised the Mini 3cm with four rubber pads and this is what I get now: As you can see (after 30 minutes of Prime95), temps have dropped like 10ºC (they were between 87ºC and 95ºC all the time but mostly around 90s) and which is more amazing is that the fan just needed to spin at 3300rpm in order to keep those temps. Tried to manually put it at 5500rpm and temps went down to around 82-85ºC. Too much noise though. Not worth it.