First of all, I've actually tried to use mroogle, but I can't really find a good answer. If you really can't stand another of these threads, look no further. I got my 15" 2.2 (500 gb, high res) mbp yesterday. While I'm very happy with the overall perfomance, snappiness etc. I'm a bit worried about my temps. It might be because of all other threads but if mine are defective I'd like to get a replacement while I still can. The first thing I did was installing windows and installing Dragon age 2 in order to stress the system. The first temps I got was 95-100 (!). However this might have been before the fans kicked in because it ran at ~90 later. Although with some spikes. The game itself did run nice, I played at high settings, max resolution (high res screen), and DX11 mode. I decided to try the game in OS X and it is a bit cooler, usually ~80-86. Which I guess is OK. But I can't decide if this really runs the system to the max. Surfing with Safari, my temps are about 45-50 C. Using Facetime, my cpu goes up to ~75-80C (!) (~3400 rpm). So my questions are: Are there any good stress test to decide how my cooling system runs? Also what are normal idling/max temps in these machines? Should I be worried (because I am)? I'd appreciate any help!