You may be lucky and only need to clean the graphics card. You could go as far as re-applying the thermal coundpound to help with cooling, yes that would cost money and you would need to watch a few youtube videos to get the idea of what to do properly but it could be the least expensive option (or it could do absoluetly nothing). Does your gfx card look really dusty under the fan or anything? Is your gfx card still under warranty? I see that evga gives that card a 2 year limited warranty so it's possible it could still be covered depeneding on when you bought it. If your card is still under warranty then don't do any cleaning or thermal paste applying, just get it sent off.