I personally think my PC has above average cooling. Not by a lot, but in general. I have the cooler master h500 case, which is one of the best cases for keeping your PC cool in my opinion. It has 2 200MM fans in the front and a single 120MM fan in the back, along with a radiator mounted on top (it doesn’t really interfere with the temperatures of my entire system since it’s mounted on the top. I also have a mesh panel on the front instead of tempered glass to increase airflow. I want to purchase a GPU that I can get the best possible performance out of. Most current GPU’s are in my budget, except for the 2080 ti, 11 GB 1080 ti, and the 2080 super is cutting it a little close. Besides that, I generally care more about performance than price, because I plan on using this GPU for a long time. For example, if the RTX 2070 super is better than the 5700 XT in performance (which is still practically undecided), then I’d rather get the 2070 super, even though the 5700 XT has a better price to performance ratio. Anyway, back to my point, I was thinking of getting the MSI gaming x trio model of the 2070 super. I love the design, it’d pair perfectly with my MSI x570 gaming pro carbon wifi (I kind of have OCD when it comes to pairing a motherboard and GPU from different manufacturers, unless it’s the Founders Edition, or manufactured by EVGA/Sapphire, or any GPU made by a company that doesn’t manufacture motherboards), and I figured that since it has some of the best cooling from any GPU currently on the market, I could overclock it higher than most other RTX 2070 super models. However, I’m not an expert when it comes to overclocking. Since my system is already cool, I feel like I might be able to buy a GPU with less sufficient cooling but more overclocking capabilities. Can someone confirm whether or not this is true? And if so can you suggest any GPU’s for my situation? Or is the gaming x trio my best choice?