I have a mATX case and inside I have a GTX 1060 6gb, Ryzen 5 3600, B550 Prime MB, 16 gb DDR4, 750 Corsair PSU.... About a year ago I began monitoring my PC during gameplay which is when I began seeing temps that were uncomfortable for me despite reasurrence from the community that it was ok (80c and up for the GPU.... CPU sometimes reaches 70c).... So I decided that I should take off the side panel to alleviate the heat not being dissapated properly. Additionally I placed a desk fan pointing diagonally into the opening of the case. It has worked extremely well (72c-78c GPU. 50c-60c CPU) but the only downside is that I have a case that is exposed.... I want to upgrade the case but I also dont want to because I am not comfortable messing with the components again let alone taking them out. I want to know if its a good idea that I upgrade or if continuing what I have been doing for a year now is sufficient enough. To add to issue, I really dont have the funds to go out and get a case and potentially longer cables to ensure that the components are connected. Just want to hear opinions from the community! Thanks a bunch everyone!