There have been reports of the odd problem with Intel and Photoshop. I'll attempt to fix it later, but not now. Maybe when I get the SSD and have to reinstall everything. For now I'm not doing much memory intensive work because of the RAM shortage and for some reason even though it's on basic Photoshop's OpenGL rotate feature works, so it's not a huge problem. I'm just worried that the GPU is being taken advantage of. SAI only supports Wacom, but I'm sure the problem stems from the several places. Some reported reinstalling drivers helped when their Intous tablets stopped working, but I just tried it and it didn't work, so I'm thinking it might be a problem with SAI, but I have no idea on how to fix it. Hopefully the day Wacom updates drivers it'll work, or when I change to an SSD. For now I'm using Wacom's drivers for tablet PCs because I had problems with Fujitsu's, that should cause any problems though. Sigh... I'll just deal with it. I've messed with this thing so much, uninstalling and reinstalling, I don't want to get frustrated for something I'll have to refix later when I get the SSD. I'll save my patience for then. The RAM offer sounds nice but buying an unknown brand is bad idea, and the offer might not be for the type of RAM I need. I'll be buying mine from tigerdirect. It's usually $150 for 2x4gb or 8gb. Please provide a link though, as I'll check it out. $115 sounds too good to be true though. Oh, I forgot you now have an i7, that sure explains the slightly higher heat. In that case your temps seem completely average. I'm glad Speedfan lowered them though. Did placing it in the startup folder work?