Hello everyone, I just updated my computer case after selling parts from my previous h500p build. My gaming rig was temporarily put in an older Define C with brown Noctua CPU cooler and fans. I still love the Define C for being small and well built, but it doesn't vent enough heat in that compact space; I will use it for something else later. I was thinking about waiting for the Lian-Li PC011 Air, but found out that the CPU cooler height limit is 155mm. I have a perfectly good Noctua NH-D15 running in the Define C, so no need to replace. I'm not a fan other brand CPU coolers since noctua's mounting solution is so easy to use (no wrenches- I'm looking at you be quiet!) My Asus 1080ti OC also tends to run a bit on the warm side, so I decided to replace the stock fans in the R6. I took all three stock Fractal 140mm fans and replaced them with Noctua fans to keep the continuity. I replaced the exhaust with a 140mm Noctua NF-A14 PWM Chromax, and the front intakes with 3, 120mm Noctua NF-S12A PWM Chromax fans. In the lower psu shroud I also added, 1 brown 120mm Noctua NF-F12 PWM (pulled from the Define C) and a 140mm NF-A14 FLX to pull some air up to GPU through the bottom vents. You cannot see the fans from below so it doesn't matter for the brown color. To give it a R6 a little color treatment I added a Noctua HC3 heatsink covers using a black and blue theme. I finished the case off with some black, blue and gray cable extensions and some phanteks RGB digital led strips (black three pin version) placed in the top and near the drive cages for some subtle lighting. I also had some Phanteks Halo rgb fan frames from my previous h500p build just sitting around, so I slapped those into the 3 intakes and one for the gpu intake shroud fan. Overall I'm liking the R6 a lot, it's quiet and well built. There is definitely more space for better airflow, so I am happy with the results. My cpu is also delidded and it hits 66C max @5.0 ghz 1.35v (testing purposes); I don't usually run this setup at 5ghz so there's still more adjustment with the voltages in the future. Let know what you all think, the rgb will not overly blind you and I'm digging the subtle lighting it gives off.