For the custom fans as I mentioned I already tweak them up two months ago and I did exactly what you did too, for the video thank you, appreciated.
Are you from Spain/portugal? Because I think just those two can be hotter than Italy/Greece 😂
Btw I have a 60hz ultra wide monitor (LG) and i set the FPS limit at 60, do I get to go a little higher like 65/70 or is it good to keep it at the limit?
Edit: I watched the video and it's very easy to do in fact with a good tutorial like this BUT, there's a but..
I noticed that now with a frame limit of 60fps my card runs at 63/64°C which is absolutely good. At that point undervolting become useless because with those temps I don't have to worry about thermal throttling that much or am I wrong?
The great thing about an under volt via MSI, is that you can firstly save like 5 pre-sets, so I have a 'standard' pre-set then i have the one that i have tested which allows me to use a low voltage and mhz cap.
So you could happily not use the undervolt if you choose or use it if you wish.
The thing with the undervolt is that once you realise how much you can lower voltage thus heat thus power but still get the same results its enlightening.
With this I have shown myself that I don't need to run everything at maximum power just because it can.
Stuff like RFactor 2 30 odd car grids on max settings at 60hz my GPU is barely doing anything, like 1100mhz at 7.02volts.
For me undervolting is a revelation and oddly only became on my radar when i got an RTX 3080, if you look on google everyone from jays2cents to randoms literally bust the myth of "run it all at prefer max performance".
And the best bit max performance is just a click away if you wanted it.
Its not so bad now prices have dropped, but when these things were nearly 1k investments and hard to find, being obsessed by keeping them happy sort of took me over.
They are worth looking after.