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Upgrading stock CPU cooler for Ryzen 7 series (3700x inparticular)

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HP Omen GT13-0024 (Omen 30L)
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I currently purchased a GT13-0024 Omen PC and it is a great setup! However the main drawback of this computer is it's stock cooling setup. I did a little research and found that this Ryzen series tends to be bundled with a Raid Prism cooler which is form-fit for this kind of processor. The round heat sink included as stock is not a perfect match.


I decided to amend this situation. However I also found out that the Moria3 motherboard included in this desktop lacks AM4 retention brackets as well as the standard RBG connector. If I were to upgrade to the Ryzen 3900x then I would only be able to fit the processor and not the cooling. This is even more troubling when looking for a proper liquid cooling solution as the brackets are missing and the setup is not a standard AM4, making this motherboard very incompatible. 


What can be done? What are the full specs of this Moria3 motherboard? I only found a short document explaining the sockets available.



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I have the GT13-0014 and I just tried installing the Noctua NH-U9S (w/2 92mm fans) air cooler and everything looked fine but the 4 bolts that came with the Noctua kit were too big in diameter. I couldn't reuse the bolts from the stock cooler. I'm trying to figure out what size bolts I need but other than that it looks like it should all go together.

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