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rma the gpu through its manufacture , as the gpu bios should have a temp failsafe that throttles the gpu once it hits x c , while some setups seem to have an issue with a fan cap its not across the board issue
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So you have no video?
If yes, have you unplugged the power cable and reset the CMOS?
May I ask if you have a spare GPU to test the unit out? Just to make sure its actually the GPU? Hope this helps.
Do you know what driver you was running at the time? Only from my experiance with the solid low fan speed the card would spin them up to 100% when the temp hit the danger zone no matter what command the cards have been told. If they act like a GPU with a broken/blocked fan the high temp would cause the GPU to crash the system before meltdown so to speak. Basicly if tricky to determin if or how the GPU has self burned out due to the hardware failsafes.
There are exeptions though.