So I recently decided to switch cases and go from water cooling to air cooling on my CPU, my ASUS ROG Strix 1080 is air cooled. I had it in the Phanteks evolv shift X case, so the GPU was mounted vertically behind the mother board with a riser cable. All was well. I now have it mounted in the fractal torrent nano case and the GPU is now mounted horizontal and directly into the motherboard. I am also using some cable extensions for the GPU that I wasn't before. Now when I start a game it immediately jumps from 72c at idle (which seems a little high) to a whopping 92c and the fans spin at 100% and it sounds like I am on the runway of an airport. Needless to say I cannot play games now. Not sure why the orientation of the GPU would make a difference like that. Any help would be great. Not sure if you need it but I have an i7 9700k, 16GB of ram, 700w power supply, and dark rock pro 4 air cooler. Thanks.