A friend asked me to post this. Been trying to help him sort... I'm having problems with my cooling, meaning my CPU and GPU are running far hotter than they should be. Specs: CPU - Intel q6600 GPU - nVidia GeForce 8800GT (Latest drivers) Mobo - Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3 Memory - 2GB unbranded RAM Here's a screenshot of my current temperatures - http://www.goruchaf.info/images/speedfan.jpg When I play a game (Counterstrike Source being an example) my core temps go up to 90-95, and even went up to 125 until I cleaned out the CPU fan and re-seated it. I've updated my BIOS to ensure the temperatures are being read correctly, turned up my fans to 100% using RivaTuner (made a very marginal difference, knocked off like 5 degrees from the GPU temperature), and left the case off in a cool room, and the temperature is still running insanely high. I thought the temperatures must be being read incorrectly, but when they go up too hot I get horrendously bad performance, with my FPS in CS:Source dropping down to 20-30 with an FPS config and 25 odd processes running. Any help greatly appreciated, and if anymore information is required let me know.