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What CPU coolers are compatible with my PC? Also if I do upgrade it will it void my warranty?

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I was wondering what coolers would fit my PC. Can I use any lga 1200 compatible cooler that is powerful enough to cool my CPU or does HP use a proprietary mounting solution? Also if I install it with proper procedures and nothing is damaged will it void my warranty?        

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@hh321 -- after you download, install, and run free software, such as SPECCY, what temperatures do you see for the motherboard, the disk-drive, and the processor? Is the factory-installed cooling insufficient.

 

If you do replace it, retain the original cooling components. Then, if you have a problem, uninstall your replacement solution, re-install the original components, and see if your issue is still present. Then, if you do ship your computer to an authorized HP Service Centre, HP might not be able to detect your changes, and may be more likely to make an "in-warranty" repair.

 

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I already use MSI afterburner (purely for monitoring and for manual gpu fan control to cool it better) and the die temps of the CPU spike to 95 occasionally under load and the chip doesn't throttle in time.

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I want to upgrade the cooler but I am not sure if the one I use will be compatible with the mounting solution hp has for their motherboard.

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