So currently I have my Power Supply with the fan pointing toward the GPU and I am wondering if that if that is the right way to mount this power supply. There are holes on the bottom of the case with a dust filter where I am guessing you are supposed to mount the power supply and I do not know if I have the PSU upside down or not. Can someone please tell me if I need to flip it around?
It doesn't make a ton of difference. The vent is there so that you can have the fan facing downwards and pulling in fresh air from outside the case to keep the PSU a little cooler and not have it adjusting the airflow in the case. The PSU is perfectly fine with being mounted either way, so changing it or leaving it as is isn't going to hurt anything, but you may have slightly higher temperatures on the GPU and CPU by a few C.
That may be an issue in a case with poor airflow, perhaps... but that case pushes plenty of air and the PSU will get all the fresh air it needs from the low-mounted front fan. Besides, it eliminates any potential airflow restrictions from having the case sitting on carpet.
Yeah, just recommending the way it's SUPPOSED to be, not the way it HAS to be.