I was a fool and only checked height compatibility for the CPU cooler - which fits just fine in the case. However, it was much too large to fit with the pre-installed 120mm exhaust fans mounted on top and back. My answer was to commit the carnal sin of completely omitting exhaust fans and just using the two 140s on the front for intake. I run a fairly aggressive curve on the intakes hitting 70% @ 60c CPU and rolling up to 100% for anything above 72c CPU - a temperature I have yet to hit (even after running synthetic burns for a little over an hour). Fans at idle temps are around 25% with CPU fan always max. The thing gets noisy when running hot but I use a headset like any normal human so it isn't bothersome to me. Under real load, the CPU will keep under 68c with around 58-62c being average. The GPU (using the "Aggressive" fan curve from EVGA) runs at a high of around 70c under load. It hit 74c after an hour of furmark with everything dimed out. Cooling was the only worrisome / noteworthy part of this build but so far I've not felt uncomfortable with how things turned out. I've considered moving it all into a larger case with an ATX mobo and water but for the time being I like the compact aesthetic. Thanks for checking it out.