I've watched videos and read in different places about undervolting and maybe I just don't get it after building a couple of PC's. Maybe it's because this is the first time I've ever needed to. I upgraded a 390 SFF to 480GB SSD after updating the BIOS, put in 16GB of RAM and dropped in a DDR5 GT 1030 (I'm sure it's the DDR5 model) and it still has the upgraded I5-2400. This computer for about $230 can out perform a tower I built in the early 2,000's for about $1,000. Very happy with it. Issue - The 1030 is a 30W card and the slot is a 25W slot. I'd like to get the card's power consumption down to 25W or maybe 25.5W due to the low-powered, proprietary PSU and not having to worry about stuttering or too much power draw. In MSI Afterburner the power is in millivolts and I don't know how that converts to watts. Second problem - The max temp I've seen on the card is 72°c while benchmarking but normally while gaming it sits around 50°c. Normally the fan isn't supposed to cut on until it reaches 60°c but at 50°c the fan runs around 2734 RPM. I'm afraid of burning up the fan. In Afterburner I'm not sure how the slider correlates to the RPM. What other settings will I have to change besides power consumption so the card works like it should at lower power? I want performance but I don't want to damage the card. What is a normal safe range for a GPU fan in this range? I thought max was 1,900 RPM. If someone could walk me through this, I promise not to hold them accountable if I blow something up (won't let me put appropriate Emoticon here). I also have XOC if that tool would be useful. Kind of lost.