I’ve had a look at the spec from the link , it looks like a gigabyte motherboard , it doesn’t list it in the spec you have to expand on the q&a and the model is listed there, I think its a micro board from what I can tell with 2 hybrid fan headers, is the board fairly small in the case?
From the pictures on the link are the case fans side mounted, ie where the fan takes air in?
I can’t find what type of case it is, otherwise I would suggest using pc part picker to see if the noctua is compatibile, my gut reaction although I could be wrong is it might be a bit big either to clear the ram or with regard to height.
All is not lost though I think Noctua do other lower profile fans.
I think you wil lhave to do a bit of research before pressing the buy button…
Whats the current air configuration . is air coming in through the side fans and exhausting out the back?
What fan headers are currently being used? If you get the motherboard model number off the link and google it it will take you to motherboard website from there I think theres a picture of where the two fan headers are , from this you can see what fans are currently plugged in where and from this you can ascertain with splitters what configuration of fans to go for. Also worth finding out how many fans (amps) each m/board header will support
Finally what air fan will fit… don’t worry if the noctua’s too big there are plently of other options that will do a better job than the fan you have, its also worth looking into if your current case fans are any good as these can be changed fairly cheaply, sometimes its not just the air cooler that sits on top of the cpu but also the fans provide the air into the case and then the fans exhausting out that matter as well to create good airflow, also sometimes the case can be the limiting factor also with greagrd to air flow
I’ve just upgraded my pc and had to do alot of research regarding what would fit what woudln’t…it’s all part of the fun!.
Hope above helps