Furmark is a stress test, it's supposed to stress the GPU and it doing so it's expected to generate a lot of heat.
If the heat isn't dissipated properly, then the GPU will overheat. 93ºC is definitely overheating, but not overwhelmginly so. Please check:
- that the video card is firmly seated in it's slot and any extra power connecters are properly and firmly connected
- that the GPU cooler is firmly mounted to the GPU
- that the GPU cooler is free of dirt/dust/hairballs/etc
- that the fan on the GPU is working an blowing air INTO the cooler
- that the system isn't blowing hot air into the GPU cooler
Beyond that, check at some overclockers forums for assistance with ensuring that your GPU stays cool.
We know that there is a hardware problem, what we're trying to do now is figure out what's the most likely problem.
If we can figure out what component is failing, it'll be a lot cheaper than just replacing parts at random (and quicker also).
If you're at the point of trying new parts, the video card is the most likely candidate here.
But, you can try this procedure to help identify it more exactly: http://www.carrona.org/strpdown.html
In the event you start replacing parts, you may want to consider purchasing them from a shop that will let you return them for your money back (if they're not needed).
Edited by usasma, 07 December 2016 - 05:02 PM.
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