High-efficiency cooling with a patented back side cooler which keeps the board including all sensitive components around the GPU on low temperature.
The Rajintek Morpheus doent look like it has a version officially compatible with 2000 series but the Arctic says it is.
Worth checking for yourself whether the cooler comes with thermal pads for the VRM's and VRAM I recommend installing them. They can still get toasty even if Nvidia doesnt include a sensor so you cant tell for sure.
If youre not averse to CLC water cooling theres the Kraken G12.
This installation bracket allows NZXT Kraken AIOs to be directly mounted to a GPU without the maintenance of a custom loop.
I used an older G10 with A Kraken X40 on my old GPu for a couple of years. Its louder at idle as you cannot turn off the pump but on the plus side it doesnt sound any different under load and temps are very low.
Again youll need to put thermal pads on the other components VRM and VRAM, NZXT didnt include any with the G10 so I guess the G12 doesnt include it either.
I'm sure youll find a tutorial in Youtube or elsewhere online for that.
You'd also need to buy a compatible CLC from NZXT, so that an extra expense.