Hey guys, I'm in need of a little assistance. I bought a mid 2010 15" MBP the week they were released and its been great up to this point but now I'm having two issues, possibly related. First Issue: Last night when I went to go play some WoW I noticed that the fan speed was not speeding up to match the load placed on the cpu/gpu. I honestly can't say if this is the first time its happened since I usually keep a window AC unit on in the background and can't hear things like a fan at 4-5k rpm. When I didn't hear the fans (in a quiet room without AC unit turned on) at the usual speed during a game I checked the iStat widget and saw the cpu was hovering between 100 and 103 degrees and the fans running at measly 2k rpm. After that I quit out of the game and let the computer idle for a few minutes then went then went and downloaded smcFanControl and manually set the fan speed to 5k and went about my business for the night checking the temperature periodically, never went over 83 degrees the rest of the night. Is there a reason that the fans rpm wasn't throttling dynamically based on load? Any good way to fix that? Second Issue: When I finished last night I shut the computer down all the way. This morning I booted the computer up on the battery and when it got to the log in screen the video started glitching on me quite a bit. The best way to describe the glitching is the picture would scramble in some areas. The duration and location of the glitching was all over the screen and appeared pretty random. I also noticed that this only happened when I was operating on the integrated video. If I switched to use the discrete card the glitching would stop and everything would look normal, switch back to the integrated and it would flake out again. After about 5 minutes or so idling at the desktop the glitching seemed to slow down to almost a complete stop. I still see the occasional random and short lived glitch but its been pretty uncommon since; only 2 or 3 times in the last 3/4 hours of only being on integrated video only. Not sure if these two are related or not but given how close in time they were I got kinda spooked. Having to use smcFanControl every time I wanna do something cpu/graphic intensive is just flat out annoying but not something I would consider critical. The one that worries me is the second issue. Could the video controller on the cpu die have gone bad from being too hot? Anyway to test that? Also, as far as I know the integrated video shares system ram so that could also be a weak link. Any good way to test that one too? I'm pretty good with computers in general just fairly new to Mac (first one). Anyone have any ideas or advice? Thanks!!