Thanks for the great imput! I just placed order for the node 304+P8Z77-I Deluxe+memory+RM650..
Good components, hope everything works outs.
I also took some "PaxMate Plus: Noise ruduction designed for full ATX PC case", any point to use this? (was very cheap)
I helps, but the best is to chose quiet components all around, then things like dampening are just the icing on the cake, it doesn't do miracles, like quieting a noisy computer, but they lower a little the resonance of certain noises, but its not a big difference either, personally i don't recommend it as its not that cheap, i prefer user to invest their money into more quiet hardware instead of silencing noisy components.
For the cooling, i took current noctua coolers only becouse the were the most quiet at the time. Are those the best cooling options for the case and processor? and should i also connect cpucooler for the Gelid?
There are lots of way you can go here,
1) Use the stock fans and use the built in fan controller
2) Use the stock fans and connect them to CHA_FAN header (you will need a 3pin Y splitter, not the gelid i linked). The splitter should have one that reports the RPMS (yellow wire) and two without, connect the one that has the yellow to one of the frontal fans (they start much higher on voltage than the 140 so you need it this way else the two frontal fans wont spin at idle), then connect the other frontal fan and the back fan to the Y splitter and connect the CPU fan to CPU_FAN header, run FanXert and the tuning, let it stablish the lowest RPMs, it will also stablish a graph into how it will ramp the fans depending on the CPU temps, you can change it also by just moving the breakpoints on the graphs.
3) Using pure PWM fans, if you find the stock fans not good enough, and since you liked noctua, then consider going full PWM, with the fans i linked on my previous post, you will also need a PWM fan splitter (gelid or akasa or swiftech lots of brands offer this splitters), and the splitter to the CPU_FAN header, then connect all 4 fans to the splitter and also the molex/sata power to the PSU (this makes it safe to connect so many fans to a header), the run fanXpert2 and let the tuning stablish the lowest rpms of the fans. Here is important to do it at least 3 times, the splitter have also a main reporting cable, try this with all 3 type of fans, and see what works out better for your setup. I can help you more detailed later if this is the way you want to go.
On the CPU cooler, its up to you, check the thread that i linked you on my previous post, you will see tons of builds there with the exact motherboard, so you can get ideas into how each cooler looks, and the temps they are getting. SPCR and forum members usually recommend a couple more than most, Thermalright HR02 Macho and Scythe Mugen 4, both were reviewed by SPCR and got editors choice, and both are the most recommended out of being very good value for the money, they are not the best cooler temp wise, but they cost half of them, so overall its up to you and what you want. The way you are setting up the case/motherboard, it will allow you almost any cooler out there, even twin towers, you have a huge budget, and you like to overclock, so here is up to you into what you feel will work out better. Now if you were going with noctua fans, then i would also invest a little more and go with Noctua NH-U14S as it will play better with the fan control minimums.
also looking the most silent gtx 770/780, any tips?
I would go with MSI Twin Frozr N Gaming (not lightning or hawk), there are no SPCR reviews, so cant know if they are really super quiet, but they seem to be most quiet of all the aftermarket factory coolers, i'll leave you a couple of reviews for you to read and decided if they are the right for you.Techpowerup MSI GTX 780 TwinFrozr Gaming 3 GBTechpowerup MSI GTX 770 TwinFrozr Gaming 2 GB