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Prixy
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HP Omen25L
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Does adding a top fan to my HP omen void warranty?

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Prométhée
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Hello
Any change in a computer is possible!
provided that this does not damage it, or that the user does damage a component, during the operation.
Hp can in some cases believe that it is the user who damaged his computer!

HP PCs - Damage Not Covered by the HP Standard Limited Warranty | HP® Customer Support


If the computer is not intended for this addition, you may not have the desired effect, be careful!


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Prixy
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There is a tray for connecting the fan at the top and on top of that there is also a rgb fan port so It is almost as if they want you to yknow? It is definitely intended for it I am just trying to get confirmation by an hp employer or something.

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Yes and no !
I can't explain it to you clearly!
Yes, if the computer has what it takes, it is that we can place this fan there!
But is everything going perfectly, to adapt, that is the question!
To cool the computer properly, you need a certain performance in terms of ventilation, air flow in / out!
It depends on how it works, on the other fans!
If you add for example an exhaust fan, you can disturb the speed of the other fans, and the flow of air entering and leaving, in the end, you can have the opposite effect, the pc heats more!
I don't have much time, but there are many websites which explain this very well

For the warranty, read the attached document


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