Ok, I recently moved some hardware over to a Cosmos S, in the Cosmos I installed 5 new Enermax Magmas before installing any of the hardware, also a 200mm monster fan blowing cold air into the case, onto the GPU. The top 3 fans are also blowing air down, mostly towards the GPU as I have a sealed watercooling kit setup for the CPU. However, since the move of hardware my GPU (XFX GTX275 XXX Core edition) has been getting REALLY toasty. Even as I am typing this, with no other programs running but 1 window in google chrome, I can smell it. It has melted (blackened) the sticker on the fan and is heating up everything in the case, including my water loop. I've installed push/pull fans on the rad, I've even mounted a 120mm fan on top of my HDD cage to try and push some more air onto the card. This repeatedly results in games crashing, even things like shockwave in a browser will crash. Any idea what on earth has caused this? The GPU is @ the standard factory overclocked settings. I've also got a couple of bluescreens due to my overclock, which I have levelled out now and no longer appears to be an issue, however some heatspreaders are nastily warm.