My brother have the same form factor 1 fan GTX 1060 OC version, but from Gigabyte smaller as yours. His case is really a budget one, but I took the time and care to route all the wirings away from the main components (CPU, GPU, Motherboard and RAM), and each one I could put on the oposite site of the motheboards tray (the back) I did. Keep in mind if you add fans, is not a bad idea to try to do some little cable management at the same time. This may not improve your thermal performance why a lot, but it will help to avoid dust to get stucked in the cramped mess of cables you mention, which wont be good in the long run.The case is an ibox vesta s30. It fits my form factor motherboard nicely, but with all the wiring inside (which probably isnt done too well, none of the wires go through the back plate), its a bit cramped.
Coupled with the no-fan type of build, the temperatures naturally go higher than on most setups.
Ill probably add fans at some point, i had the idea of adding a pci blower cooler to the pc to get some temperatures and preferrably noise reduction. But your comment made me reconsider, i might try standard PC case fans.
Ill try and get some good ones that fit and that blow real good.
With that kind of a gpu its hard to make it quieter, its a factory overclocked card and i added some manual oc on top. This thing howls like crazy when the fan is at 100%, which it is at most of the time.
Audible across the house, easily.
Coupled with my headset, i can comfortably say that certain quieter footsteps in games are a lot tougher to hear.
Ill try hwinfo, thanks for the suggestion!