Is there a reason that I can't setup the GPU temperature for alarm more than 100C? I have a notebook (Asus G60vx) and in some games like GTA IV the GPU goes over 100C, and I have to hear the alarm thing. But NVidia website says the GPU handles 105. I don't know, maybe 100C is a lot, but then what can I do? The room temperature is OK. I even have an extra cooler (Notepal) under the laptop. And I also heard that the system has an in-build system to turn off automatically when the temperature is at a risk range. Should I turn off the RealTemp alarm and trust the system, or just don't play the freaking game?