I have Windows 7, an XFX GX275 Nvidia card with 190.62 drivers installed. The following problem arises. At first i wondered why is the card getting 94 degrees celsius? :bang: I found out the FAN speed does not rise when you start gaming e.g. crysis. So if i would not have found a way to manually set the FAN speed at a higher level i believe it would have burned out my videocard. At the internet i saw people with the same problem, e.g. on tweakers.net someone burned out his videocard due to this reason. I contacted XFX and the ticket is waiting for response. Are there any other people having FAN speed problems or high temperature problems? (because the FAN speed stays low) In the ticket with XFX i asked for another update to flash the BIOS, but there are no new bios'ses availlable. uke2: So the situation now is i have to manually turn the FAN speed with EVGA precision whenever i want to play a game. Now the temperature is only 78 degrees celsius at 55 % FAN speed. Whenever i turn EVGA (or the NVIDIA system tools) on AUTO FAN speed the problem is as described, the FAN speed remains stuck at 40 percent. So the problem is on Windows 7, clean install, without EVGA, without NVIDIA system tools, the FAN remains stuck at 40 percent, the card gets extremely hot and so does everything wich is in contact with the card. If i would not have had sense to look at the problem my whole PC system could have burned out. Do you have the same problem on VISTA? I think it is a BIOS error of the XFX video card.