I finally got my hands on the Louqe Ghost S1. I love the challenge of building gaming pc's in SFF cases. When I found this case I was looking for a SFF case I could stick in a backpack and take with my on go for LAN events with friends. To start I found this case relatively easy to build in. However, like most SFF cases I found the cable management to be challenging. I have plans to switch out the stock PSU cables for custom cables at some point. Now on to the important stuff:
CPU Temps: I have the CPU overclocked to 4.5 GHz across all 6 cores and temperatures run 34 C idle and 55 C under load. GPU Temps: 32 C idle and up to 81 C under load. Still trying to find a way to bring these GPU temperatures down.
Although not pictured very well there is room to fit an SSD behind the GPU and the spine of the case. I may move this to the other side behind the PSU, which I have seen others do.
I love the design and layout of this SFF case. All of the components feel very premium, which is good because Louqe charges a premium price for this case. My only warning if you are thinking about purchasing this case is to be prepared to wait several months before receiving your case. It took 4 1/2 months for this case to get to me and I know there are people who ordered their cases before I did who still haven't received their cases. Also expect very limited communication from Louqe throughout the process. In fairness to Louqe they are a kickstarter company and I do believe they are doing their best as they slowly figure this thing out. However, in my opinion, if you are willing to wait you will not be disappointed.
I will find some time to make custom cables and possibly adding another SSD, which will help clean things up. I would also like to build a custom loop in this case. I have seen images from others in the SFF community who have successfully built a custom loop and will eventually give this a try.