I am blinging up my main workstation with RGB (mostly because I'm bored with my current computer). This is a temporary setup as I intend to go watercooling but only after I upgrade the CPU/motherboard/RAM (I'm waiting to see what Ryzen3 brings to the table). I have purchased 2x Phanteks Halo Digital LUX frames to screw onto Corsair ML120 fans and mount on a CoolerMaster Hyper212 EVO heatsink. The problem is that the frames add 7mm of thickness on each side of the heatsink/fan combo and overhang the first RAM slot. I want to avoid this partly because the fan has to be offset a bit (which looks a bit ugly) and partly because it is blocking the RGB on the RAM heatsink. I'm a bit leery about getting a slimmer fan, I tested a 12mm thick fan years ago and it burnt out relatively quickly. I'm not a huge overclocker (CPU is i7-4770K OC to 4.3GHz) but I do prefer reasonable cooling to keep things stable. This is why I bought ML120 non-LED fans (75CFM) instead of RGB ML120 Pro's (55CFM), I am reluctant to lose that much airflow. The Hyper212 EVO is about 55mm thick, ideally a replacement should be no more than 40mm thick. It has to fit 120mm fans because I use a Core P7 case, I am concerned that a 140mm CPU cooler tower would be too tall and prevent me from mounting the glass panel (with the current offset my fans are almost touching the glass now). Anybody know of a cooler that fits my requirements?