Hello gurus, here's something that's been bugging me for a while. I have a GTX 980 Ti Palit Jetstream, and I only play retro shmups/STGs (some even date back to 1996), these are very limited games when it comes to graphics, so my 980 Ti is barely feeling the load from them, and staying at very low temps, so low to a point that the fans NEVER kick in in a whole gaming session. After an hour and a half of gaming yesterday GPU temp was 38 degrees, the fans didn't even kick in once in the whole hour and a half. This is worrying me because there are other components that might need cooling like the VRMs or memory, so I was thinking of switching the fans to a fixed speed while I'm gaming, and switching back to the default fan curve for other use. (I use ThunderMaster, it's Palit's GPU monitoring software) Doing some research on this, I read: 'running it (the fans) at 100% all the time will cool it down to the point where it will actually start making the magnetic coils inside brittle from just being too cold, therefore damaging them and reducing electricity flow through them.' (http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/answers/id-1775934/changing-fan-speed-break-gpu-fan.html) So my question is, what do you guys recommend setting the fixed fan speed to? Need to find a balance so it doesn't get too cold to avoid the issue as stated above, but also enough to give some good cooling to other components on the GPU. Thanks in advance gurus Looking forward to you wisdom.