I had been planning Intel for my new watercooled gaming PC but there seems good reasons to switch to AMD so I started some research. I immediately saw that a lot of X570 motherboards have a fan on the chipset. I definitely don't want that. The fanless ones tend to be in the higher price range and I guess they rely on big heatsinks. Do these still tend to run hot? I had read many comments about not needing watercooling for the chipset but it seems to me if the X570 is hot enough to need a fan on some motherboards, surely it gets hot enough to benefit from watercooling in a watercooled PC. I notice that a few of the manufacturers have top of the range motherboards which include a monoblock for CPU and chipset. But only for Intel. I know that AMD CPU are more power efficient, but again if some motherboards need chipset fans then why not do a monoblock version for AMD too?