So this is my first time ever putting my own computer together and my GPU gets kinda hot, i have a good airflow with three 200mm fans and two 140mm fans pulling in air from front and blowing out the back, i was wondering if there are some good products recommended to get for cooling my GPU, remember i am new to this.
BTW i found out late that Intell was a better choice, i know my ram wont run on my motherboard it's my fault since i am still new to this ...
If you adjust the GTX680 fan speeds, it will run cooler, at the expense of more noise.
I think there is some software to manage this from EVGA.
But I would not worry about it too much. Graphics cards run hot, but they are designed to do so.
One other thought. Did you install your cpu cooler to draw in cool air from the outside as is normally recommended? If so, the hot air will impact your graphics cooling.
You might experiment with exhausting air through the radiator to the outside.
That will help graphics at the expense of cpu cooling.
Your GPU is superclocked that is it's clock speeds are very high, it is supposed to get hot at higher clock speeds as the stock cooler cant cope up! I suggest get a better cooling system, liquid cooling helps but EVGA provides it by default. It's best you get good quality liquid cooling; But it's gonna be expensive!