so to start things off, noctua makes some really quality stuff and these fans at 50% (which is basically completely silent) without the low noise adapters cools this thing to the max. i even did a noctua baby fan for the sabertooth as the stock fans were a bit loud (removed the one on top as noctua doesn't make a 35mm fan) the side fan is 35/40mm compatable.
h110 was modded into this case. could have easily done radiator inside the case w/o having to cut but i wanted it on the outside for a cleaner look inside with the fans :) the original thermal paste was getting meh temps. replaced it with some arctic silver 5 and temps went down about 5* C. i'll take that. i might delid someday but not yet.
NZXT g10 bracket and corsair h90 have been fitted with a 92mm noctua fan (of course) and do a great job cooling the gpu. only thing i wish is i had gotten the classy as i'm getting max mhz with temps around 55* but voltage locked at 1.212 (sad face) this thing definitely needs more voltage and could do even more. live and learn.
cable management is **** right now. i may think about sleeving it and doing some leds in the future. but considering i went noctua, this build is more about function than looks. also thinking about doing some sound deadening to quiet it up to the max. i could have gone a different case that already had some but i really liked this 500R.
update: added a 2tb wd black games drive to hold all the bloatware.
update: did some cable managing and mounted the gpu AIO to the side panel in the upper fan location. this way the air that goes through the radiator doesn't go straight into the graphics card, and into the cpu area which has the 2 top fans and rear fan to exhaust the heated air. cpu is on an AIO so it won't really affect those temps much.