Hello all. My Gtx 980 ti just kicked the bucket the other day so i installed my gtx 760 as a filler until my new card comes in next week. I properly uninstalled the old graphics drivers and reinstalled proper ones for the 760. Though when I open up any game to try and play (Mainly WoW or Overwatch) the game crashes. So i started watching the temp of it, and even set a fan curve. I noticed the card hits 100% load and exactly 72C before the game itself crashes. Never the pc itself, and never higher than 72C as msi afterburner and other programs track it. The computer is also completely stable when idle, or on youtube/netflix. I'm not sure what to do, nor am i the most tech savvy. I'm more concerned that it could be a psu issue, I saw someone say that it could be possible for it to not hold enough charge to pump the right amount of watts or something of those sorts, i don't know how true that would be though it was working fine for a 980 ti. My psu is the Evga Supernova 850W 80+ Gold. And my cpu is the i7 6700k @4.2Ghz. Any help would be appreciated! Otherwise I won't be gaming until the 980 gets in, and i hope this problem doesn't persist with it as well.