You need to verify your fan speed control configuration (typically found in BIOS, though some boards come with applications that let you view/change it in Windows). It should be ensuring that, if temperatures are above, say, ~85c, the processor cooling fan/blower/pump should be running at full speed (100% duty cycle).
BTW, seeing temperatures reach ~85c is fine. Seeing very short duration spikes above that level is also fine. Seeing consistent temperatures above that level is not good.
Thanks for reply. Ok when i am starting game temps are in first minutes 80-90C, then climbing to 90's .
And overall temps during game are 80-90's with occasionall spikes to 100C . 100C is not always but every 3 minutes it will spike for a second to 100C.
temps are like 80's,90's,80s,90s,80s,90,90s,100C spike and back down again to 80's. Something like that.
Once temperatures reach ~85c, is the processor cooling fan/blower/pump running at full speed (100% duty cycle)? If not, then the programming is incorrect and needs to be fixed. Best configuration ensures that the processor cooling fan/blower/pump is at full speed for any temperature above ~85c AND, if the processor temperature rises to ~90c (or higher), all other fans in the chassis are also taken to full speed to assist with processor cooling.
Hope this helps,