Absolutely love the cable management in this case !
It just fit
Hope GPU can breath
A blue accent (instead of red) on the motherboard cover would be perfect
First build ever, I use it for development for school/work (I'm a student-apprentice in computer science), machine learning and some gaming.
Though i've seen some build with the the D15, I choosed to go with the S variant to ensure better compatibility in future build updates, even with one fan missing from the standard version the temp difference isn't huge (2-3 C).
CPU is OC at 4Ghz with 1,3mv on vcore, reaching around 100W TPU under 100% load. CPU temp stay under 67-68 C
The D15S was not too difficult to install, just make sure to do all steps in the right order (install MB, wire ALL cables, screw heatsink, then the fan(s).
Didn't thought the GPU will be that thick (noctua heatsink and GPU backplate are touching each others, but not enough to bend the GPU). I wonder how the heat transmission between CPU heatsink / GPU backplate affect CPU/GPU temp. After some short tests I didn't see any noticable difference, but I don't know for long sessions under heavy load
The space between the GPU fans and the blue bracket is incredibly tight, there is something like 1mm :). Under FureMark, GPU temp stabilizes at 80C (not cool, but not dangerous either, according to Nvidia max temp is 89C). Maybe on next update I will focus on more efficient cooling for the GPU (custom loop ?)