Hello folks, I have a quick question pertaining to system cooling. In my current build I have a total of 4 fans including the PSU, hyper 212 evo, and 2 chassis fans. First of all, I just installed a GTX 970 in my rig today, which i just upgraded from a GTX 750TI. I just launched battlefield 4 and to my surprise, the processor speeds went upwards of 70C. Now previously, with the 750TI the speeds never went much above 50C at full load if I recall correctly. I am slightly concerned at this seemingly drastic temp difference. I tore my computer apart again and attempted to look for some obvious things, the first thing I noticed was the fact that my SSD may have been obstructing the airflow from my front intake fan, so I moved that down to the bottom of the case as to not obstruct the airflow. Next, I noticed that I had one of the chassis fans plugged into the CPU plug on the mobo instead of the CHA plug, which indicated Chassis. I changed these plugs and noticed in the uefi bios that the fan speed of the chassis fan increased by about 250-300 rpms. I am assuming that the CPU and CHA fans are treated differently by the bios, and possibly this was contributing to the issue. I am going to test it under load to see if it gets better, however any input is greatly appreciated. This is making me consider thinking about some type of alternative liquid cooling solution.