I have just ordered an Alienware Aurora desktop PC for an unbelievable price, but having checked reviews, I've found numerous complaints that the fans are too noisy and heat build up has caused shutdowns. I've noticed that if I use the Dell configurator and choose an RTX 2060 or higher, it automatically suggests a 1000 watt PSU and there's also a water-cooled option for the PSU, but I wasn't offered those options. Mine comes with a 550 watt PSU, a Ryzen 7 3700X CPU and an RTX 3070 GPU. I've built 9 desktops and always used a PSU significantly higher than what my components required, as well as plenty of fans and something inside me tells me that the above mentioned combo will probably not work properly and result in damaged hardware, since it's for my son, who is an avid gamer. The Dell salesman assured me that the 550 watt PSU was perfect for the system, but they were selling this system at a very low price, compared to their other systems. I'm also aware that Dell uses proprietary hardware/cables etc., so simply buying a larger PSU won't solve this situation, since only Dell PSU's will 'fit' in their systems. The only reason I bought this Alienware PC is because I couldn't find a 3070 GPU on it's own, unless I was willing to pay double the MSRP for it. Advice please?