I plan on using the laptop for college, so mostly school work. However, I do want to play games once in a while with my free time. I prefer a laptop that can be efficient in light tasks, and can handle games thrown at it. I do not need a discrete GPU with the Trinity, an OC'ed Trinity's GPU is sufficient for me.
If possible, I plan on leaving the laptop in default state if I'm on the move, but will take off the back panel and place two 140mm intake fans underneath if I want to game in my dorm. Maybe even place an exhaust fan over the laptop's existing exhaust fan to force more air through the heatsink. Battery life is not a concern for me when my laptop is stationary and running a game.
Or, I might take the extreme mod step. Tape painted Styrofoam pieces between the bottom of the laptop and the detached back-panel to create more space, attach low profile copper VRAM heatsinks to the heatpipes and heatsink, find and attach one or two centrifugal intake fans, and place a weak exhaust centrifugal fan over the RAM (they will be OC'ed as well).