Yeah they are. In all honesty they have actually been fine, even when overclocking and benchmarking it with firestrike etc. However I'd definitely recommend having two intake fans as you can have one dedicated to pushing air directly onto the gpu.
In regards to actual figures, my gpu has never exceeded past 76-78 degrees. Take in mind however that evga has had problems with their acx 3.0 coolers (which effects mine) causing some parts to not get adequate cooling due to no thermal pads beeing present on those areas. Therefore I'd imagine when I put them on that the figures should be even lower.
A blower style gpu can also help with thermals.
Hope this helps!
Just a simple corner desk, probably chipboard with laminate on it. I'm not sure where it came from however as I was given it. Sorry!
Actually sorry I meant to refer to tomshardware. None the less do research on your components before buying!
Thanks, i'm not usually a fan of LED lighting but these fans have convinced me otherwise!
Yep, the three fans included in the Thermaltake kit. The case came included with a 120mm exhaust fan and a 140mm intake fans however I replaced them as I prefer having PWM fans. The liquid cooler also had a fan equipped with it but I replaced it as it wasn't PWM and ran too loud for my liking.
Behind the motherboard. The Nano S includes a bracket that allows you to mount two 2.5" drives plus another for a 3.5" drive.