That's the actual problem. I'm not into Smartphones or Tablets so I must ask. But from Laptops I know that the Companies also usualy don't focus much onto propper and SILENT (!) cooling. They only build in what's really close to the minimum requirements. Geting a silent and gaming capable Laptop is almost impossible. The Pyra has a modular CPU socket, I guess that's the main issue in our case which makes a "professional" cooling solution (heatpipes) so dfficult. Of course this makes sense for the average Smartphone User. I asked because I think onto the Pyra, many users may run more demanding programs that require longer and higher max load like games, emulators, compiling, whatever. Since my Watercooling AIO broke, I use a normal 90mm CPU heatsink/Fan in my Mini-ITX case. Since it's only a 65W i5 CPU, the fan and some case fans (80 and 120 mm) will do the job. Not as good as the AIO but at least I have decent Noctua Fans installed, they do a great job actualy and are dead silent too. Wow, Wall'o text, thx for your detailed explanations, ED. I didn't want to steal all you time in writing here so sorry for that. ^^"