Ok, I have a leadtek a6200td card, which is a nvida 6200 agp card, but I had it unlocked to a 6600 and overclocked a little. It always ran a little hot, about 55C, but recently the temps have skyrocketed. It gets over 100C(boiling point), at load, and idles about 66C. I have a good front panel fan blowind directly at the card, and I've just installed a pci slot cooler below it, which moves a lot of air, but no temp difference. I don't get it. It's getting way more cooling than it should need, and it's still very hot. The heatsink is on very firmly, and I can't see any gap between the hsf and the core. The only thing I can think to try is to apply some tim to the core and reapply the hsf. I "relocked" it to a 6200,and am running at stock now, with my cpu at stock, and it still has the same temps, I thought maybe the oc'ing was making it too hot, but it does it at stock too. I thought maybe the sensor went bad, but when it gets over 95C it displays artifacts(white dots) in games/benches, so it is actually too hot. I don't want to spend any money, but I probably will have to. I guess I can't really rma it, since I've oc'ed it either. Any help?