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  1. This is more of a 'feature' of the RX 5700 and the wattage it draws, but for my 3060 I managed to get it to keep lower temps by capping frames to 60 so it doesn't try to render at 200+ fps in menus etc. when there's less strain. I had the same issue in Divinity 2 Original Sin, to the point of overheating the card to emergency shutdown. Trying to drop settings to where you can get GPU utilization to stay under 100% seems to help a lot, as well as dropping draw distance and especially foliage draw distance. There seem to be multiple optimization issues still for both AMD and NVidia card, but that's to be expected at this stage IMO. Personally I'm just happy it's not hitting a single core on my i5-6600K so hard anymore.