If you have something like AB or any other overclocking software. It might be conflicting with Wattman, even if it's not installed. I've encountered problems with third party OCIng software. (no not everyone has problems) My advice is to only install GPU-Z or HWINFO maybe, I can't account for HWINFO but I haven't seen anyone have an issue with it. Those temps would happen if you had say afterburner on even with a very small increase, for lack of better word it stacks onto Wattmans settings, even if not installed.
I'd remove everything but GPU-z and Wattman. Then check out what is going on in the sensors while you game. 110c is within the throttle limit, but as tested by numerous reviewers is not normal at stock in any sense. And as you yourself know from using another system it is not normal. Show me a screen shot of your sensor readings in GPU-Z after you game. You can click on each setting to show max temps since the sensor tab was opened. I would like to see those. See where it says max in green you can click it to toggle. I'm showing you an example, ignore my readouts.
Briank is talking about gpu temp not hotspot. ( I think)
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Last edited by treetops422; 11-23-2019 at 12:08 AM.