Okay, so a little background story. I applied a Copper Mod, basically sandwiching a Copper in between the Diode and Heatsink, effectively allowing more heat to be drawn away from the diode, stored in the copper while allowing the aluminum enough time to cool itself without being overloaded by the diode's heat creation. Since some users expressed that I should get some data with before and after, I've removed the copper mod and reapplied the system's heatsink stock. So far, my temperatures are higher, approx. 10-15 deg C higher than with the copper mod. However, the fans are still... well, a bit lazy. Currently, after surfing online for about 40 minutes now, my fans are only at 4600-4800 RPM. Keep in mind, I do grid computing, therefore my CPU is always pinned at 100%. My temperatures are jumping around 82-98 deg C, but mostly holding steady around 85-87 deg C most of the time. Right now, I'm questioning if the Copper Mod has anything to do with the fan being overactive. I have removed the battery when I performed these procedures, so the SMC/PMU is reset. I have seen the fans jump to 6200RPM, but only for a very short time, even running a virtual machine along with grid. The fans slow down to 3000-5000 RPM and tend to stay there unless theres considerable load which... i dunno how much higher I can get with a 100% cpu... Any opinions?