Okay, having a bit of an issue. Just purchased the 2.8Ghz Macbook Pro, and am loving it. However, I have been faced with a bit of an issue. When I play WoW (a main reason for upgrading from my Unibody Macbook), the fans don't pick up. My CPU temp, as reported by iStat Menus, just climbs, and climbs, and climbs, with no aid from the fans. The fans continue to spin at 2000RPM... I have seen the temp go to 105° C before I force quit the app. It has done it every try but once. I have been able to play by installing SMCFanControl and set a high minimum speed. But, I have played on systems in the past without having to manually set the fans myself. I have done other things that have taxed the CPU, encoding video with Handbrake, encoding MP3s with iTunes-- the fans come on and keep the CPU around 80° until the work is done-- I have never seen SL push the fans above 4000RPM. Idle temps are much lower, running Adium and FF right now I am at 44° on the 9400, same situation with the 9600 might be in the mid to high 50s. With flash videos-- I usually see temps go hover around 60°. I have come to believe that these temps are average and acceptable. I know that is it an issue on the new MBPs/SL with the fans waiting longer to cool the CPU than they used to... my fans don't go above 2000RPM with temps lower than 80° (which I think is normal). I don't know what is up. Kinda of odd that it is just with the one app that this behavior occurs. My only point of reference is my Unibody Macbook that ran Leopard and used the 9400. That system ran WoW at about 78-85° C-- fans usually blasting, like they should be under that kind of load. I might try to play another game and see how the fans react, or maybe install Leopard and see how it handles the fans. WoW couldn't have an error that could make the fan management under SL to fluke, would it? Any insight into any route of testing/remedy would be great. EDIT: I should mention I have already reset PRAM and SMC.