Radeon HD4890 running over 100c Tags: Radeon Graphics Last response: May 19, 2012 6:46 PM in Graphics & Displays Share Lokolo May 19, 2012 6:13:52 PM OK so my PC has been freezing lately. Thought it might have been a virus or something but I think I have found out it's my graphics card. I currently have SC2 up and it is running over 100 degree celcius. Very hot. The fan is obviously going as fast as it can. I have had this card for over 2 years but didn't think it should be dying this young. I have opened my case to get cooler air but it's really only the graphics. CPU running at 70, Motherboard at 50, and HDDs at 40. Any suggestions what I should do next? More about : radeon hd4890 running 100c bavman May 19, 2012 6:21:31 PM Take apart the card and reapply the TIM Lokolo May 19, 2012 6:46:45 PM OK I've bought some (expensive!) thermal paste and will give that a go Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources can i run a ati radeon hd4890 with a jeantech 405 psu Forum SolvedNew AMD laptop overheating over 100°C. Should I be worried about this? Forum SolvedCore running around 100°C Forum Solvedtmpin2 over 100c Forum SolvedNew build hitting over 100°c Forum H100i Temps. over 100C on 3570k. Forum CPU Temp Over 100C Forum SolvedEVGA- I7 920 running at 100C? Forum CPU Idling over 100C! Forum HD 6970s running VERY hot 100c+ Forum Liquid-Cooled i7 running 100c! Forum Is my laptop running far to hot? (90 - 100C?) Forum CPU temp over 100°C when gaming? Forum HELP!!!! My AMD Athlon II x3 Temperature just went to over 100C Forum SolvedIntel core i5 4670k is running at over 80 degrees in load, HELP! Forum Xfx hd6950 xxx CF ,over 100C in furmark. Forum SolvedMSI r9 280x running over 80c should i be worried? Forum Trouble upgrading from Radeon HD4890 to GTX650 Forum 9500GT GPU overheating to over 100C, idles 60C ??? Forum Compaq Laptop Goes Over 100C Forum More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !