I wanted to see how much power I could cram into this little tiny case. I used watercooling on the CPU and GPU. The temps hover around 70 - 75 under full load. This box still gets plenty hot, but it does not seem to throttle. Super powerful 4K gaming computer.
10/8/2019 Follow up. I was not happy with my temperatures and had to add a fan. The fans for both the M22 and the 2080ti radiators blow from inside the case, through the radiators, and out of the case. The M22 in the back and the GPU in the front. I belive this is best as all of the heat generated from the CPU and GPU are exhausted out of the tiny case. I have the radiator tubes located at the bottom orientation on the radiator per manufacturer recommendations. EVGA also recommends that the radiator assembly be located above the video card. My tubes are 4 inches below the card, but it seems to cool adequately.
Originally, I only had one fan on the top that exhausted out. This resulted in GPU and CPU temps 75 - 77 while gaming. So I added a fan in the front, over top of the GPU radiator, blowing air into the case. This has resulted in GPU and CPU temperatures at steady 70 while gaming. I am happy with this configuration and I am going to keep it.
Also, I hooked the computer up to a KillaWattEZ monitor, and while gaming, the computer pulls as much as 430 Watts. I probably could have used the fractal 560 instead of the 760 in this build.
This memory works, is fast, and a great value for the money. However, none of the RGB programs I have will recognize or affect this memory from being rainbow colored. I even tried the software directly from the manufacturer and that did't work. It is supposed to be recognized by Asus Aura, but mine isn't. It is not enough of a problem for me to return it, but I'm only giving it 4/5 stars.