Here is what happened… Hot summer started, thirty something Celsius, but with some natural wind it felt okay and I decided to not turn on AC at home. Weekend time, let’s try how this MacBook performs with games, let’s get Diablo III up and running, to make it happen, first step is to install the Battle.Net client (agent), and the agent client app will take care of the downloading of the game client (14GB). Broadband worked great and the downloading speed was at 6-8MB/s. If I am not guessing wrong, the agent client uses P2P at background to download all the pieces of files, well, P2P transmission demands some calculations but it should be fine, at the end it is just file transferring… I was wrong. Only after a couple of GBs of files been downloaded, the overheat message appeared – terminate Agent will be helpful cool down your mac! What? When I put my palm under the MacBook to get a feeling of the temperature, I realized that the temp sensor was not malfunctioning – it was hurting, yeah, that hot! It shouldn’t be wrong to call it overheating. Well, that’s the end of my trying games on this new MacBook, at least for now.