No, not at all.
Have you considered using an externally powered USB hub for items like the blu-ray, Dvd, or for large/slower storage (3.5 SATA drive in a caddy)?
Like my old system intelligent PSU, it might mean the PSU/motherboard might not powerup if it detects external power from the hub, making booting off the DVD/blu-ray with OS install disks a military precision exercise. But it would allow you to reduce the load on internal power supply, and offloaded it to a passively cooled external usb3.0 hub supply.
It will look messy (with external cables), and external usb hubs/blu-ray/dvd writers are more pricey, and shouldn't be used for extensive processing(eg 8hrs at a time), but it would certainly reduce the base load on the PSU, to keep noise down, to share the passive cooling.
I want something that fits into an equipment rack in the living room and is as unobtrusive as possible, external hubs are the last thing I want.
This case with the quietest components, fans and fan profiles I can find should be pretty quiet as far as I can gather.