Question about Acer Aspire AM1640-U1401A Desktop PC
Graphics card temp 116C
Clean the card if it continues you will burn it out so make sure there is no overclocking
remove the drivers and update to latest
Posted on Oct 17, 2013
Sounds like your fan may be faulty. Your temps should not be exceeding 100C. I would check and make sure your fan is running, and if not have it replaced right away. You are actively damaging your video card if you are letting it run that hot for extended periods of time.
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