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I never met with such problem on forums.

By playing Gta IV is my 8600 M GT absolutely overheating. It reaches 97-99 C

I dont understand why. Other people can play this game on 25 FPS with this card, but not me :)

I tried a lot of driver, but any of them helped me. Hope, you will..

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First thing is to clean the cooling system.

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That's definitely not normal, mine hits 75°C at max, above 90°C you should start worrying,

Is the fan still working? can you hear it?

does the program you use to read the temp also give a fan rpm indication?

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COurse fan is working. I can hear it andd feel the air too.

For temperatures i m using Everest.

In normal state GPU is 56 C. I guess it s really problem with my driver.. :)

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Try to uninstall your driver in Safe-Mode and install 185.20 or 181.20 and report again.

My Temps are between 65 and 70°C (and I even don't have a GPU fan, there is only one main fan connected to CPU & GPU via heatpipe), I use Rivatuner 2.22 to log my Temperatures.

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Having cleaned fans/ cooling sys. you may begin to realize that you have a faulty gpu (g84 and g86 were labelled as defective although not all are.) The best thing to do would be to call your manufacturer and take it from there.

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no, that is just little above what I usually get for both of my 8600m gt, my current hd3650 gets 103c(I think THAT is then considered "hot")

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Anything above 85C I would consider unhealthy for the components.

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yes, this is 100% not normal for a gpu to be running anything over 90c. as for 8600M GT's, there is a big batch of defective cards out there that have this problem, i had my card(motherboard)/heatsink replaced 3 times by dell (100% free, and very fast service too) until they got it right, now my card NEVER goes above 80ish, overclocked to 660/1030/1320.

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