In my spare cycles on my computer I usually let my idle time go to good use. In this case I use the http://folding.stanford.edu/ client to help look for the cure of multiple diseases, like cancer and Alzheimers. From their web site ” Folding@home (FAH or F@h) is a distributed computing project for disease research that simulates protein folding, computational drug design, and other types of molecular dynamics. As of today, the project is using the idle resources of personal computers owned by volunteers from all over the world. Thousands of people contribute to the success of this project” So when I decided to build a new Ryzen system with a 1700 CPU and an RX 580 in it, I knew I wanted to start folding again. In order to keep my temps, and noise levels down I stripped the custom XFX heatsink and fan off of my RX 580 and replaced it with a Corsair H55 and a NZXT Kraken G12 cooler mount. I could not be happier with my decision. Idle temps are in the 20-25 degree Celsius range and under load it barely creeps up into the 60s. GPU cooler modding is just another side of what we do here at Elite PC, and we would be happy to help you get your cards modded so you can start folding, mining, or gaming for hours on end.