Guys I would like to ask you a question, I had in mind to apply two fans on the backplate of the gpu, which heats a lot, to push the hot air generated faster by shooting it on the upper fans and expelling it faster, the idea was born from the fact that not I am very happy with the temps of my liquidated 2080. I state that I have a mini itx case, such Manta nxzt, inside I have a custom loop CPU/GPU with 3 radiators, 1 280 rad mounted in the upper part (uncovered, among other things, therefore external) with extraction fans mounted below in push, a 240 rad with intake fans in pull (rad also in contact with the outside) and a 120 radiator in the rear with the fan exhaust in push . I'm not happy at all with the temp in full load, after half an hour at 100% I even touched 60 degrees, and considering that I also have the radiators uncovered because if I reassemble the covers of the case to cover them it would be even worse, I would even touch 70 degrees and with a custom loop it seems to me there is something wrong. Case fans are set in super silent mode, the pc is inaudible, rising to 50% speed when the CPU exceeds 50 degrees, in my opinion therefore there is little air recycling inside and the gpu suffers, so I had this idea of try placing two fans on the backplate to allow air flow to improve a bit, in your opinion could be a good idea or is it useless and the problem is elsewhere? I have certainly had this gpu for 1 year and a half and in my opinion the thermal paste should be changed but I would like to avoid it because I would like to sell it and not lose the warranty. Your thoughts?