Hello everyone, I know there are other threads but none answered this specific problem, which I feel is more significant than others. When I play World of Warcraft (or any other 3D intensive game), my core temps both spike to 88-90 Celcius. This is VERY hot and keeps the fan spinning non stop. I've been kind of okay with this since I can't really do much about it. I have it on a table with good airflow behind it. Today, while playing, I experienced the sound becoming corrupt and choppy for WoW, iTunes, and any other sounds made. I've experienced this as a symptom of a computer being too hot in the past. Would anyone agree/disagree that this is due to the heat of my Macbook? Does Apple have any documents that state the operating temperature ranges for the Macbook? I just don't want to destroy mine because it's oh so close to the 1 year warranty ending. Thanks!