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I shut down my PC when the Vram on the Graphics Card was at 95*C, believe it or not but your card cools down goddam fast when shutting down.

stun.gif wow your cards ram got damn hot there buddy, is it not covered with a heatsink?
No, the Vram on the Graphics cards are not heatsinked.
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Out of natural habit, I don't shutdown my PC right away after long gaming sessions anyway. However, if you're genuinely concerned use Windows key + R (or Start menu and choose Run) and type in the command:

shutdown -f -t 300

Now you don't need to sit in front of your PC, and wait. wink.gif
     
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