This system is my interpretation of PCMR 60 FPS Ultra Build in SFF version.
Overall system is intended for general use, internet browsing, photo editing, movies, yoputube etc. I'm not planning to uprage anytime soon, As far as games go i have tested it just with the Assasins Creed Odyssey (free bundle with RX580 - benchmark 45fps on high detail).
/CPU/ Idle W10 temperatures with IS-60 with a standard Noctua compound are 48 deg. C. with NF-A12x15 spinning at 650 rpm is perfectly quiet. This is normal situation for browsing/text editing/etc.
/GPU/ So far so good. Ended with RX580 because price was 50€ cheaper than 1060. Bit hot but oh well, at least works well with Free sync Iiyama in this build. Sapphire Radeon Rx580 8gb nitro special edition is too thick to fit in Node 202 with 25mm NF-F12, but I've got a plan, I will update later. Well, they marginally tight FIT in the case, but there is not enough place for the GPU fans to start spinning.
/RAM/ Runs on B450i as promised as 3200 flawlessly. Patriot Viper 4 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 is not by default low profile (which is necessary for heatsink IS-60) but heatsinks are super easy to deinstall just with two screws.
/POWER SUPPLY/ 100% quiet. Nothing more to add :)
Edit 1. So I've removed the original GPU cooling fans and replaced them with two NF-12 which are at the same time intake fan. Fans are connected to GPU pcb with 5-Pin VGA PWM Mini PH Connector to Dual PWM 4-Pin Fan Cable Splitter. The outcome was that the temperatures were significantly lower. However to my disappointment the noise was more disturbing than I could accept.
Edit 2. Final solution for cooling GPU was returning to the original Sapphire fans with two thinner NoctuaS NF-A12x15. Temperatures are slightly worse than with thicker fans, but noise is much much more pleasant for me. The temperatures after 5 Hours of heavy play (AC:O) are stable GPU:76 deg. C, CPU:70 deg. C At this point for reducing noise/temp if anything at all i will consider Accelero III.