Originally Posted by sam375
go to nvidia properties and it will be under temp monitoring. PSUs get hot.
Wrong, Asus and Gigabyte have the non-standard temp sensors. As far as i know, with a Gigabyte video card, you need their software to be able to see the temp, you might be able to give Speedfan a shot and see if you can see the temps through that.
The hot air is normal for a PSU, but if the hot air is burning your hand, you have an issue.