So here's my problem: I recently built my first gaming PC and I'm not sure what to do about my air flow. I have a EVGA GTX 770 blowing A LOT of downwards into my PSU. The thing is, I have my case sitting directly on top of a carpet floor, so I mounted my PSU with the fan facing up and pulling air from the inside of my case. I haven't had any crazy problems or anything (yet), but I'm still worried. I mounted an exhaust fan onto the side of my case to try and draw more air out from my graphics card, but I'm worried that my PSU won't be getting enough air to cool itself. Is there any possible solution to this or am I worrying about nothing? Any help appreciated.