Hello there, I made an account on this forum only to ask this so I hope it was worth spending a minute of my life... . Here is my problem : I`ve got a HD 6850 GPU and it randomly reaches 100 degrees. I know this is hot as hell and I don`t know why. My specs are : -Phenom II X4 955 -Saphire HD 6850 (obvious huh?) -ASRock N68-GE3 UCC -Dual Channel 8 GB Ram -Energon 650w PSU So... when I play games (on 1280x1024 and Maximum settings) my GPU sometimes reaches 100 degreees (Celsius). I know when this happens because the games begin to stutter. Sometimes I can play a game, let`s say AC Revelations for 6 hours without the card going over 60 degrees, and sometimes it gets to one hundred in 30 seconds after entering the game. And after I exit that specific game (ALT + F4) the temp drops at a nice 40 in minutes. Another thing, I have never overclocked anything in my PC, but I did use FurMark several times, and then I unninstalled it (BTW it reached 100 degrees in FurMark too). The card is about one year old so it is still under warranty but I bought it second-hand (from a friend) and he forgot to give me the warrany paperwork... and he`s off for about a month and I can`t get it right now. Oh, and I did set all the settings in the Catalyst Control Pannel to "Performance". So, my question is : Why do you think my card is overheating and what can I do to fix that ?