Sits in a enclosed cubby in my entertainment center. It is overkill for web browsing, streaming games or videos. Plays games exceptionally well for it's size. However games like Starcraft 2 will lag when there are 150+ units.
Two 80mm fans are intake oriented with filters.
The water cooler was moderately difficult to fit on the case. I ended up using a 38mmx120mm Foxconn PWM fan in a case exhaust/radiator push configuration.
Overclocked way better than expected...with an undervolt. To promote silence amd cool'n'quiet is enabled as well as 'Turbo'. With 1.4375V Core clock is 4.4Ghz, boost is 4.7Ghz. During boost the stock 1.5v is applied. It is stable at 4.5Ghz core and 4.8Ghz Turbo when not enclosed inside a cubby. GPU is clocked at 975Mhz stock voltage. GPU is stable at 1.14Ghz when not inside enclosed cubby. In order to fit a radiator on the case the top panel needed to be cut. There are a few minor blemishes on the paint near my cuts. The half height pci slot cannot be used with the watercooling set up. The empty ram slot can still be used for an upgrade.