I got my iMac the week it launched. Love it. It's served me well, until it suddenly had a heating issue one day. Thankfully under warranty at the time, so had it fixed. Then of course after the warranty expired, the heating issue returned. The "fix" for the over heating issue was them redoing the heatsink, plus replacing some parts. I can't recall what parts exactly. Due to the heating issue, the GPU sits around 180° F, with almost nothing open (Twitterrific, Discord, maybe a window or 2 in Safari). If I open up 2 Twitch pages (a site where people stream gaming, art, etc), it ramps up to 200° F or sometimes more. Once it reaches 225° F it of course forces a sleep mode, until it cools down. If I try to play almost any game, with nothing open, it quickly shoots up to 200°+ F and eventually forces sleep. So my question is... do I try to have it repaired, not under warranty? It might cost a lot. Ideally, I'd like to try to hold out until the rumored Mac Pro, if I can even afford it, and get rid of the iMac. Though being a rumor, I don't know if I'm waiting for something actually coming out or not. Another thought would be to just settle for the new Mac Mini. I read the ideal setup for it would include buying an external GPU though, so after monitors and other things, still paying $4,000+, which is fine. I expect that with the Mac Pro too, but with less need of an external GPU and likely far more power. If I was to get the iMac repaired, I think it would last me a few more years. Thoughts?