make sure your GPU is getting proper airflow to it, if it's not obstructed by anything i would bring it back and tell them it's overheating
(im assuming this is new, and no dust has had a chance to build up)
That screenshot shows your gaming temp at 85c, which is normal. However, I'm also seeing your fan at 80%, which is maximum and definitely not normal. I'm assuming, if you are overheating, that your heatsink is not properly attached to the GPU.
Your options are to try to tighten the screws yourself (not recommended, may void the warranty) or return the card for a replacement. Definitely confirm that your card is overheating first. PrecisionX should have a graph that will show your temps over time while gaming. Maybe take a screenshot of that. Anything in the 90c's is abnormal, and anything over 95c is damaging your card.
Its 85c at World of Warcraft login screen, if i log in ou play onother game (bf3, etc) it goes to 95c till the PC reboot..
When i am at windows and open this WOW login screen it takes 5-10 seconds to go from 45c to 85c, its really quick.
How "matto17secs" says, i think my heatsink is not properly attached to the GPU. But i cant open to check this because of warranty.
The driver i install using the automatic scan of nvidia site, i ll check today when i get home if it is the correct driver.
I ll do more tests today, if i found nothing i ll send the card to replacement.
Sorry for the bad english and thanks for helping me !! =)