Question Need help with some components

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So recently I attached a new seasonic focus gold 650w and rtx 2060 6gb evga to my prebuilt HP omen pc, the psu and the rtx 2060's fans are facing each other, is that an issue or is it fine? Im new to building PCs so no clue here plshelp.

The second issue is a pair of wires I noticed after I was done attaching the parts that I have no clue where they belong since I forgot to take pics of the pc before working on it.
this is the wire:

View: https://imgur.com/a/DO8tQjW


and this is a pic of the psu and gpu fans:

View: https://imgur.com/a/SoyaQR0
 
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I think you might be OK.....but I would be sure to check the GPU temp under full load just to make sure.


As far as the wire.....where does it lead to?
The tempratures are fine ig, usually around 80c when playing a heavy game like dishonored2.

The wire seems to be leading to the top of the case, when I take the top off it leads to the front where the LEDs are.

edit: View: https://imgur.com/a/GrIv9W3


it is the one going into the hole in the back
 
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I can think of two possibilities.....it's an antenna or they are switches that warn when the case panel has been removed but I'm leaning on some sort of antenna.
So where do I put them or is it fine if I just leave them hanging around? I think you're right, they are antennas, it has ANT_1 and ANT_2 written on the last pic underneath each one.
 

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So where do I put them or is it fine if I just leave them hanging around? I think you're right, they are antennas, it has ANT_1 and ANT_2 written on the last pic underneath each one.
I think that if everything is right with your PC I would leave them alone OTHER than....if those terminals are going to touch something (like anything electrical like the MB) I would wrap them in electrical tape.
 

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