Built me a new development machine and of course did some optimizing for crunching, so I bought an i7-9800x because it has AVX512. I've got it configured to hum along at 3.9GHZ running 8 AVX512 tasks and it's using about 240w of power and hitting about 79-80C. I'm using a Corsair H100x 240mm AIO in a Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ATX Mid-Tower. I replaced the stock fans with a couple of high pressure of Noctua NF-F12 iPPC 3000 PWM fans that aren't too loud at 2000rpm. There is an air cooled 1060 crunching in the case.
I don't want to do anything exotic (ie beyond adding fans, applying different paste, etc.), so a couple of questions:
1. I didn't use thermal paste on the AIO, just the standard thermal pad that was already applied. Would changing this make a significant difference?
2. Do I just need more air going into the case? The 2 200mm intakes are going, but I could do more there.
3. I could add a couple pull fans on top of the AIO radiator.