My name is Rod and this is my first post ever in a tech forum. Looking for any help to resolve gpu heating problem. I have m9750 T7200 CPU, Single 7950 GTX gpu, 160 GB HDD, Windows MCE XP 2005. The GPU overheats over 100C. I believe the problem is the gpu fan not throtting with the heat increase. It stays at the same low rpm and isn't cooling the gpu enough when gaming. It idles low 70's when doing just about everything but gaming. I noticed the stock clock 575 MHZ downclocks to 525 MHZ at 96C, then again at 102C and 105C. I called AW about the problem but they won't help since I'm out of warranty. The gpu has already been replaced with a refurbished one I bought on Ebay. The previous one burned out. The computer would start normally, just nothing on screen. I could wait a minute, type in my password and would hear Windows go into the desktop. So replaced the gpu, but the same thing happened with the old one too. Now it's happening to the new one which works fine except for the overheating. I don't want the new gpu to fail prematurely. Now I don't think it's a gpu problem since I just put in the new one today and AC5. Also the gpu fan only turns on when the cpu fan turns on. The gpu fan doesn't ever turn on independently. So thinking process of elimination, it could only be either the gpu fan/heatsink assembly (fan motor faulty) or maybe a sensor on the mobo went bad telling the gpu fan to throttle up. I remember when the laptop was new and I would game, the gpu fan would throttle and would be very loud and could feel the heat on my leg. Sorry for the long post. Again any help would be appreciated. Oh, I'm using nvidia driver 179.13, it gives the best frame rates from drivers I've tried. I rolled back to shipped driver 97.23, same problem.