I apologize for another high internal temperature thread, but this is slightly different as it involves bootcamp and idle temperatures. I have three 2011 Mac Minis. The two i7 dual core are idling very warm compared to the i7 quad core Mac Mini Server which is cold to the touch when idling. The 2011 Mac Mini Server still has 1866MHz 8GB RAM. The i7 dual core machines are now running Samsung low voltage 1333MHz in an effort to cool the systems down. All systems have had the MBR patched to enable AHCI successfully and are running Windows 7 x64 SP1. They all have Vertex3-MI SSDs and WD Scorpio Black drives. I've updated the video drivers from the manufacturer, ATI for the i7 dual core and Intel for the i7 quad core. Power Settings are set to Best Peformance with Sleep (S3) disabled on all machines and minimum CPU utilization lowered to 5%. Any suggestions?