Hello, i'm writing here because to my previous request at another site absolutely nobody replied. MY request was like that: "Hello. I'm a new in PC building, so possibly my question is gonna sound stupidly to some experts. Forgive me pleas if this is the case. I'm planing to built my very one gaming PC. As i life in a very hot country (more than 40 degree Celsius in the shadow in the Summer and high air humidity) and y share my PC with my brothers (which would mean its running full time under full load at weekends) I'm thinking of a way to get max cooling with a AIO360mm radiator from NZXT while keeping the budget low. I'm pretty sure that the radiator would be enough for the CPU but what about the motherboard an the RAM, etc.? i have read on some website that with AIO coolers and water cooling in general you face high motherboard temperatures because of a lack of air movement over it. As the PC should last as long as possible, i want to avoid high temperatures at all. So i thought of installing by some self made support two fans on the front side of the motherboard, one above the pump and one over the RAM, and maby one at it's backside in the cable channel witch would blow air to the cpu from the behind. Has anyone done or seen something like this befor? And would there be any risks for the motherboard? (maby deformation because of temperature rise and fall and differences over the motherboard?) as i haven't found anything like that in the web, i suppose this thread to purely hypothetical. Very much thanks i advance and please forgive me my bad English. Greetings from Paraguay PY_champ" Later I replyed myself to my question becaus I have found someting similar in the web: "I dont know why nobody replied to my post so far, but in the meantime i have found something in the web that go's into the same direction as my request. youtube.com/watch?v=RTR9OSkgA7M The guy in the vide installed in a very cheep but effective way a fan over his motherboard and his AIO cooler. It's only one but ist very like what i want to do. is it worth it? are there sideefects? How bad is the air movement in the case influenced by something like this? That's the things i'm asking myself, but as i'm not an expert in pc-building, i put my question in here hoping for at least one answer. Very much thanks in advance" So as i'm still wondering about wheter it makes sense, if it's dangerous and so one. Hoping someone here could gimme a wink. Thanks.