Well first off thank you for all the replies. One thing about these forums is that you can always rely on good informative people to help out
So anyway i've sussed it. Woo Hoo!
Basically it was kind of my own fault for being to excited in having a blast on this new card and not taking any notice of my previous configuration.(Yep, i know. Numpty
) Has you can see from my specs i am running on a Asus P5Q-E motherboard and it's setup for PCI-e slots and PCI is a bit strange.
This is it, and i've marked where things used to be in regards to my sound card and where it is now:
With my old GTX 260 which is about 2 or so inch longer than this newer GTX 560, the fan would over hang past my sound card. But with the 560 the fan was right above the sound card. Thus considerably lowering the air-flow to the card. The reason i always used to have the sound card in the second PCI slot was i'd read somewhere in the past to not use the top slot when there is a graphics card within the top PCI-e slot. Seems that was old information and doesn't seem to matter. Which is great because this means i can keep my X-Fi and not have to reside to onboard sound. I know there isn't a lot of difference these day's (If any) But i've got so used to the software etc of the Soundblaster setup and never get any of the problems people talk about all the time with SB cards.
So has you can see from the diagram i have moved my sound card up to the very top PCI slot. Now my GTX 560 idle's at 26c and under full load i haven't seen it go above 60c.
I'm well happy now and i hadn't even noticed that say Dirt 3 had been running maxed out in DirectX 11 and not DirectX 9 like it used to on my previous GTX 260. Even though i could of run it in DirectX 10 it used to struggle a bit at the 1920x1080 res i run.
So thank you to all again and +Rep all round
Extra Note: Just goes to show how a system with great airflow can suddenly have everything messed up due to just overlooking something...