Hello, all! I'm going off to college soon and plan on building a PC in the NCase M1 to bring with me. The system will have something along the lines of: Ryzen 7 3700x (once it comes out) GeForce RTX 2070 (or comparable AMD card if one comes out soon, exact spec not decided yet, probably EVGA XC dual-slot. Prefer not to put an Accelero on it due to warranty) 512GB 970 PRO NVMe SSD 2TB 860 EVO SATA SSD 16GB or 32GB of RAM (haven't decided on RAM yet, 16GB is probably fine but 32GB would mean enormous headroom and not upgrading for a long time) Corsair SF600 or SF750 plat (SF750 not out yet, expected) Noctua NF-A12x25 (2 on bottom, would buy more if watercooling) This system will be used for gaming as well as heavy photo-processing (lightroom, photoshop, etc.) Exposition done, here is my question: What is the optimal cooler or cooler type for the 3700x (or 2700x, which is comparable in terms of TDP) in the M1 that is as quiet as possible while still providing good cooling performance? I know there are reasonable coolers both on the air and water side (NH-U9S, Pure Rock Slim, Kraken X52, H100I pro, to name a few) but, obvious cost differences aside, which are quietest? Might a 120mm AIO with a separate adjacent fan be better? Does one option have worse acoustics but better temps? Important note: whatever cooler I get I would load with as many Noctua fans as possible. For anyone about to point me to Optimum Tech's video on the topic, I take what he says in that video with a grain of salt as I think his testing methodology was somewhat flawed due to inadequately controlling for variables, one example being that he only considered what came out of the box with the Kraken X52, despite giving the NH-U9S an additional fan. While his conclusions do make sense and his data does back them up, I just feel the need to get additional confirmation on the subject. The community's input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!