I updated my Dan A4 1080Ti build to get silent and reliable performance. This was almost entirely inspired by hcts's awesome AIO build here: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/Q6XPxr
My previous version of this build is here: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/rZRJ7P
The 7700K was throttling constantly, the Cryorig C7 cooler was choked for air, and the 1080Ti was the poorly cooled Armor edition. I sold the 1080Ti during the mining craze and waited for prices to cool down before settling with a 1070. The 7700K was also delidded and reinstalled with Conductonaut compound.
7700K (4.4GHz) with Cryorig C7: Idle: 55°C Load: 80°C (Throttled during gaming)
7700K Delidded (4.6GHz) with Corsair H60: Idle: 32°C Load: 63°C (Prime95 Torture tested)
Everything fit, barely, and functions suprisingly well given the limited airflow. They also allow more airflow along the bottom of the radiator, which I tried to take a photo of. Most of the radiator exhaust is blown through the PSU and out the top. The Corsair pro kit cables are an absolute must to make the AIO tubing routing possible. The tubes still put pressure on the side panels though, but otherwise this case functions like everything was meant to fit together.
Big thank you to htcs for taking a risk and sharing an inspiring Dan A4 build.