mmk. So, my mid 2009 unibody Macbook Pro has been running really, really hot recently. Usually once the fans kick on, they're doing this because I've been running Photoshop CS4 or something similar. I close the program, the computer goes back to a normal idling temperature. However, lately, my computer has just been hot. I installed an update that I think had to do with the airport that I had been putting off for ages (by the way, I'm still using 10.5) and suddenly, bam. Weird running temperatures. Right now, I have smcFanControl going, and I kicked the fans all the way up to 6200 rpm. My CPU is still at 80 degrees Celsius. All I'm running is Firefox with about 5 open tabs (no youtube, etc), and AIM. Is this normal? This has never happened to me before and I didn't have a problem until I installed these updates... The computer is running pretty smoothly, all things considered. It's just so hot, it's uncomfortable to use and the constant "whurrr" noise of the fans is really starting to grate on my nerves. I did check activity monitor. Even with firefox closed this was still my idling temperature. Whatttt the crap is going on? Should I upgrade to 10.6 right now? Would that fix it? What's going on here? I'm having apple support call tomorrow, because I'm sure something could use a cleaning, my computer is 2 years old. But I don't know what they can do for it, or if I should even bother sending it in. Please help.