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Thank you for the response.
Good sign that the GPU fan is running; is less likely to cause the 'display card' to heat up. Would recommend you to apply good quality 'thermal paste' across the GPU die (in contact with the cooling plate); and recheck if you still experience 'over heating issues' with the GPU.
Do reply with the observations; glad to assist.
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