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  1. lol ya if things were working correctly i would be doing much better with my 1080.
  2. On geforce experience the max settings are the optimal ones and i looked up benchmarks for my exact config and they are getting a lot better results. With gtx 1080 with i7 7700k at 1080p should be getting around 100fps, not 40.
  3. Please excuse my inexperience. I just built a new system with an i7 7700k and an asus gtx 1080 strix. And after watching several benchmarks and reviews I was very hyped to play the witcher 3 on maxed settings at insane frame rates. A little background info that might help in diagnosis. I had windows 10 and several apps and games downloaded onto my ssd and hdd prior to switching hardware, so all i did when i built my new system was just booted with the preinstalled windows 10 pro on ssd, i dont know if this helps at all. K now to the real problem so after running windows i down
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    First PC

    Parts: Bitfenix Phenom Corsair H105 cooler Corsair AX760 Corsair Vengance 2x 8gb 3200 ddr4 AMD Ryzen 7 1700 Asus GTX 1060 Turbo MSI B350 Mortar mATX Wanted to get some opinions on my first computer which I intend to use for engineering work as well as gaming. But I also just have one question regarding fan placement. My rear fan is exhaust, my bottom fan is intake and my top radiator fans are intake. My only concern is that due to my gpu being a reference card (which run hotter due to their construction) is it bad to be blowing warm are from radia