A little update on my build, I have 2 SSD's and 1 3TB HDD in my case, I was trying to figure out how to get them all powered a few pages back, it turns out that there is actually a 3 SATA power line that comes with the Silverstone Flat Cable PSU Set I just didn't see it before, so after ordering an extra SATA data cable (the Gigabyte GA-Z87N-WIFI Motherboard only came with 2) I got it working!
I just bought a Corsair Air Series SP120 for the side of the case directly above the CPU. I have a Thermalright AXP-100 Muscle which previously was clocking my 4770k at 35°c+ idle with the default silverstone case fan above it. I now moved the silverstone fan to the back of the case next to the other one it comes with, and slotted in my SP120.
It fits pretty snug but I'd say there's probably 1cm gap between the the SP120 and the AXP-100 Muscle's fan. The SSD power cables get a little pushed but nothing dramatic thanks to them being flat.
I'm happy with how it looks too.
My temps hover around 25c+ which is really nice, and it never reaches past 49°c.
There's a little bit of noise now where as before it was totally silent. I like it though as I can tell when the pc is turned on now
Also I don't have my GFX card yet to add more temp and noise into the equation.Edited by DocDigby - 4/16/14 at 4:24pm