"Cold-Fusion" is my most recent upgrade of my "Critical-Mass" build. Too view part descriptions, please visit the page for that build: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/KK3bt6. Here I will elaborate on the upgrades.
Case - The most obvious upgrade is the case. My old Fractal Node case was sleek and stylish, but suffered heavily from heat dissipation issues. As I have begun playing games again, this change was a must. I have always liked the Core V1 case and finally decided to give it a try. Can't complain so far.
GPU Cooler - I opted for an AIO cooler this time. I purchased EVGA's hybrid kit and swapped out my reference cooler. The results are substantially better. I have had experience with these kits before in my "The-Apparition" build, so I knew what I was in for. Always a good choice, IMHO.
CPU Cooler - My previous Noctua low profile cooler wasn't cutting it. With the extra space, I knew this was something that needed attention. I have eliminated my dangerously high temps. Putting a Noctua Industrial fan on the Be Quiet! heatsink created an even lower temp at load.
Notes: The Core V1 case has a lot of openings, so I put on some magnetic filters on places where air is drawn in. Hopefully this reduces the dust accumulation. I had to install the 2 80mm fans on the outside, due to space limitations created by the CPU cooler. The SFX power supply gives me a huge amount of space in the basement. RGB strips really shine in this case, and turns heads when seen in person.