Got an i5 2300 sitting under a Scythe SCSK-1100 cooler and I'm staring at it idling at 31*c. That can't possibly be right. The cooler is exposed to open air(case lid off) and sitting on Arctic Cooling MX-2 paste. Under Intel Burn Test the graphics fizzle out (i5's integrated graphics) and the screen is a hash of static with the actual graphics output barely visible under that but the computer seems to have frozen. However it can complete a few passes before that happens and load temps don't seem to go above 60*c before it all goes to hell. Could we possibly have gotten one with a bad graphics die? It's in a 2u rackmount case with about 5mm to spare above the cooler's fan. It idles at 36*c with the lid on. I'm in the process of drilling holes in the case for it to breath better, but it will still do the graphics going haywire thing with the lid off. Cooler here: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835185097 Any help would be appreciated. I can try it with a dedicated graphics card, would that help both lower temperatures and stop the breaking under IBT?