This build initially started as a "closet parts" rig then turned into a bigger project than I thought. I started buying piece by piece and it started becoming all new parts instead of closet parts. (the only part that was a closet part at the end was the 8600k that was previously in my main rig. I swapped it out for a 9900k.)
I added the other 120 mm fan space at the top of the case for better airflow. This was all done using a dremel. After I modded the top panel I decided I wanted this pc to at least be "decent looking". I made the decision with all M.2 drives to save space and remove any extra cables.
After building and rebuilding this pc about 10 times I finally got it to where I wanted it. Thanks to Solo Sleeving for the custom cables. solosleeving.com
At 4.6 on all cores it idles at 25c and under 15 minutes at full load with prime 95 I was only able to get this thing to 75c. When gaming the gpu fans hinder airflow a bit more, so in some cases the cpu has hit 80c after a couple hours gaming. I never saw the gpu at stock clocks go over 75c either. I have no need for keeping this overclocked so it will stay at stock clocks.
All in all this case was a freaking pain to build in but absolutely worth it. There is very little space to do anything. This does make everything more fun and challenging though. I do feel more accomplished building in such a small case. Well done to Raijintek for making a case that can fit a lot of power. I would build in this case again in a heartbeat. Taking this pc to LAN with is nice. It gets a lot of attention from my friends.