As maybe some of you noticed, I had issue with PCI-e extension cable. After contacting Dan, he managed that very fast. When I was waiting for the new one, I had bought some regular PCI-e extension and I have tried adding 4x Noctua 40mm fan on the top cover and to do a small adjustments to my Asus Z270i motherboard (to fit the LP53 heatsink with better positioning) and m.2 SSD (960 Pro). Now when the new original is home, I have also made some pictures of i for you. Spoiler: Photos of the set-up Here are the photos of the result one by one: 1) Z270i heatsink removed and replaced with RASPBERRY Pi RB-Heatsink (I bought 3 packages - in each package was 1x 14x15mm and 2x 8x8mm (height is 5mm for both) plus they already have the heat tape on them). The smaller ones fit exactly on the chips that original heatsink was. - The small ones (8x8mm) fit exactly in that small space - I had to apply them with the tweezers and apply small pressure on them. - You can also notice how close are the endings of he LP53 copper base CPU heatsink. 2) Here it shows the positioning of the LP53 cpu heatsink. So the airflow from Noctua PWM fan goes to the top of the case. 3) m.2 SSD adjusting with rest of the RASPBERRY Pi RB-Heatsinks. After running 2 stress tests to SSD to find out how are the temps, it never went above 54°C. I in idle temps are usually around 40°C (ambient temp was 20°C) (link to my previous post with testing: link) 4) Now the main thing, 4x Noctua 40mm fans Attachment view - inside + outside 2x fan in CPU area 2x fan in GPU area (for one fan, I had to use extension that was in the package) Top view on closed case - you can see the Noctua fans Final word and notes: - Noctua fans are attached thanks to the slim zip-ties. Silver case is a plus, because you can scratch your case a little when installing due to the bending them and cutting them. - Temps in idle for CPU are usually around 30°C (ambient 20°C). They are very quiet but it depends how you set Noctua fans speed in bios. - My GPU supports 2 additional fans (Asus Strix GTX1080 OC), but but minus is that you cant control them. They will just start when gpu hits the temp limit (usually 55°C). If I have missed the possibility to set them and I am wrong with this one, please let me know. - On CPU, I used Arctic MX-4 spreaded all across the heatsink (very thin layer). - As you can see, further cable management (both, for fans and custom psu cables) would be required, but it still runs alright. Feel free to ask any questions or if you have any suggestions, they would be welcomed.