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@RustedLegend,

 

Excellent news -glad your heat issue has been resolved!

 

Kind Regards,

 

NonSequitur777


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You can call me a pessimist, but I wouldn't be happy with such a result. When the cooling system works properly, the temperature values of the processors should be around 70-75 degrees for the CPU and 60-65 degrees for the GPU. Of course, the temperatures you mentioned are below the maximum allowable, but regular operation in such conditions will significantly shorten the lifespan and negatively affect the performance of the system as a whole. It is also important to pay attention to the temperature of the RAM and chipset. Moreover, it is unclear for what conditions the temperature data are provided - whether the computer is idle, undergoing stress tests, or running games. However, if you are satisfied with the current situation, it is obvious that you do not need any further assistance. Congratulations on resolving your issue!

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im fine with the tempatures i might one day add more fans but for right now those are fine thanks for the help and besides when this thing dies i will do my own pc build. thanks again for all your help

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hey I have the exact same system as @rustedlegend and I just bought a 2nd fan for it but I can't find the 2nd fan hitter where is it

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@whereisthefan,

 

Welcome to our HP User Forum!

 

And here it is:

 

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There is no third cooling fan-power connector, if you want to add a third cooling fan, you'll either have to purchase a cooling fan power splitter cable or a cooling fan equipped with a splitter cable.

 

Kind Regards,

 

NonSequitur777


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ah okay well I'll look for one on Amazon or something thanks dude.

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hey just wanna update you so my that 400 power supply was getting ready to EXPOLDE with the new parts i put into the hp, so i just wanna say i completely rebuilt the pc in a ATX form factor i now use a gigabyte arous z490 pro AX  with all the old parts from the hp (besides the power supply and motherboard) so i think at its heart its still a hp? idk, but just wanna say thank you for all the help you provided me i wouldn't  been able to upgrade at all so again thank you.

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@RustedLegend,

 

It was my privilege to assist -if only to provide some ideas!

 

Good luck!

 

Kind Regards,

 

NonSequitur777


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