I use my computer to play video games. Recently I've decided to leap out of the stone age with my AGP graphics card and single core AMD Athlon 3300+ and order the parts for a new PC. The video card I ordered is "factory overclocked at 1071MHz which is 146MHz higher than the reference card." I did not realize that I had purchased an overclocked card until now, but I don't mind, so long as there are no issues. And that's why I'm here: will I need additional cooling beyond the fan in the case if I'm trying to use max settings and 1280x1024 on Skyrim or more demanding games? If not, will I need more cooling if I buy a monitor capable of resolutions greater than 1280x1024 and try to use them?
No need to worry about your card overheating. It's factory overclocked so it should be fine. Looks like your case only has one exhaust fan. It could be worth better cooler to add an intake fan in the front.