Put this thing together a week or so ago. Thermals are OK. I had to put some rubber feet on the bottom to improve the GPU temps to be acceptable (for me anyway) Ambient temps near the machine were about 27 C or 80 F fyi. A note about the benchmark cpu temps, they're very high, but so far nothing I've done but the benchmark gets it above 70
I think this build is a little wonky, but overall I'm happy with the improvement over the machine I've been using since 2013 (plus a gpu upgrade about 3 years ago). The case is honestly a lot easier to build in than I expected as a complete ITX/sff newbie, but you can see my cable management still leaves some to be desired.
Primary issues at this point: The seagate barracuda HDD makes a sound every 5-10 seconds when not actively reading/writing. From what I can find on this type of HDD it's normal and not a failure clicking, but just a super noisy drive. But time will tell.
Was originally going to do an open box 2070 from microcenter for a little cheaper but someone beat me to it, so the 2060 super it is. Side note, micro center rules, I ended up getting this mobo for $50 after the bundle because it had been opened. As for mobo compatibility with this cpu. It did need a bios update to function properly, but it posted without the update, and asus has been good enough to allow for a bios update without an OS using a flash drive and the bios itself. Haven't been monitoring the ADATA XPG temps yet, but when I mess around with the different cooling configs I'll take note and maybe add that here later.
The current fan config is a little bit of a novelty, but I was very worried about cpu temps so I wanted a fan on top of the wraith stealth, since it's good, but not known for incredible performance. As for the other two silverstone fans, I wanted at least one more exhaust and wanted to try having at least one fan intake under the GPU. I will be moving them around over the next few weeks to see if I can get better cooling with just these fans: three silverstone + stock case 92mm fan on the back (haven't confirmed that this rear fan is indeed a 90 mm fan like cougar claims or the more common 92 mm).
Future plans, I will probably try out a version of this build with a Noctua NH-L12 with two fans and then fill all of the qbx fan slots, but that will have to wait a few months.