I recently installed an OCUK 970 GTX (the one with the nvidia stock cooler) into my mini itx rig. The card is a perfect form factor as it automatically compartmentalizes my case and stops GPU heat rising up onto the CPU. Its also a fits the blower style profile as it dumps all the heat out the back. However, I just need a bit of reassurance regards the temp under load. A graphically intensive gaming session or Unigene bench will make the card sit at 79-80 degrees with the fan at 80%. 80 degrees on my 560ti caused my whole system to crash. Virtually no heat is rising into the case and my CPU sits at between 55 and 58 when playing a heavy CPU/ GPU intensive game such as il2 CLOD (TF patches) even though the card is at the afformentioned 80. Is this normal for a stock cooler? I'm happy in that the cooler is doing its job admirably regards exhausting the heat the card is producing however is this a 'normal' temp in the first place? I'll include a couple of build pics as reference, Cheers for any help.