over heating temp
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This sounds a lot like a troll, because I doubt anyone is stupid enough to run their CPU's that hot. Anyway, here goes ...
One reason why it restarts earlier may be that this particular game uses different parts of the CPU harder than the other game. This may well generate more heat.
But anyway, you obviously do not want it to run at this high a temperature. It will kill your hardware sooner, rather than later. If you have overclocked, don't. Get a bigger heat sink and a stronger fan. Remove the heat sink and clean both the CPU die and heat sink base with a solvent. Something Xylene based might do the trick. I've seen great reviews for Akasa TIM-clean, so look that up. Finally apply a layer of fresh thermal compound. Arctic Silver 5 will most likely reduce your CPU temperature with 3-5 degrees more than standard thermal compound.
If you do all this, the maximum temperature should rarely exceed 60-65 degrees. Clean and replace the thermal compound once a year, or when you notice that cooling performance starts to drop.
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