So I bought new PC kinda out of the sky after 2-3 years without having gaming setup (Ryzen 3600, 16gb ddr4 3600, Tomahawk B450 and 5700XT MSI Gaming X. I bought afterwards aftermarket CPU cooler to reduce cpu temps and now it's fine, but now I'm dealing with kinda high temps on GPU. On Auto everything I'm getting 80c range in games like Metro Exodus, Division 2 or Apex with 144fps and Freesync. What I found at the moment is for me "sweet spot", but I need confirmation that I will not damage GPU or FANS by doing this. I undervolted GPU to 1050v, left core clock to 2050mhz (which ingame fluctuates now at ~1980mhz), and added +50mhz to vram to 1800MHz. I changed only one state in fan curve (earlier on auto temps were pretty much locking at 80c by having 60% fans), so I changed 3rd state and switched to 70c and 60% fans. I also turned ZeroRPM OFF since I don't want after gaming to see idle 60c on GPU. I reduced to minimum until 58c so it's 45c idle. Overall, I'm getting 70c max peak with 60% fans, undervolted to 1050v and 2000mhz/1800mhz clocks. Is this safe fan/gpu-wise ? Or there are better tips for this.. In my eyes 60% fan speed is required for stopping temp at some number.. GPU being colder a bit ealier (10c earlier) is better I guess ? Also having 30% all the time will not harm instead being turned off ? I feel like going from 0 to 30% all the time is much worse for bearings then being locked at 30% while idle.