Hello, This past weekend I experienced something I've never experienced before. So I'm playing Star Wars: The Old Republic on Windows XP Boot Camp. I've been playing it without issue for a few weeks. After about 6 hours of playing, the game crashes. I simply run the game again, and it begins loading after I log in, but then boom: my computer restarts itself. I restart again to boot into Windows, and after about 2.5 hours of playing it happens again when I alt-tab. I left it turned off for a few hours. My PC buddies explain to me that something was overheating. How can I figure out what was overheating? How do I know if my heat sinks or fans are still working? I'm not proficient in this stuff at all, so if anyone has any advice or thoughts, that would be much appreciated. I haven't booted into Windows since the weekend because I'm paranoid that I'm going to fry my computer. Here is my computer's temp info while in Windows XP, shortly after booting up, running only Teamspeak: I have never really monitored the temp before, I don't think it has been an issue. I've always played games on this computer: WoW, Half-Life 2, Portal, Portal2, Left 4 Dead 2, with fairly high graphics, Mac & PC side and it has never done this before. My computer specs: 2 x 2.8 GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon, 4 GB 800 MHz DDR2 FB-DIMM, NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT 512 MB, running 10.7.2. AppleCare replaced my graphics card, processors, and motherboard last March. I thought my graphics card was dying, but then it wouldn't boot. Apple said they weren't really sure what the issue was, so they put that new stuff in. Thanks for any and all help.