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Case & CPU - Fan Upgrades

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HP OMEN GT13-0092
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello,

I am new to upgrading pc parts. I just recently purchased the HP Omen GT13-0092, from Amazon. I noticed the fans were a bit loud when I played Warzone and would like to replace the fans. I wanted to know if anyone knows if the fans are 3 or 4 pin? Or how could I check this myself? I know the case fans are a back 92mm and front 120mm fan. Then the cpu radiator fan is 120mm (found this out from person on a Amazon review). 
Would any fan work when replacing my current fans as long as they are the same size?  Any recommendations for a quiet but powerful fan? Price not too much a problem since this pc cost a lot and I would like to stay cool as I see temps hit 75-87 while playing warzone. 

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I guess you managed to snatch one of those RTX3080 versions of the Omen 30L? So for the fan noise, I think that is quite a personal experience, since everyone has a different tolerance towards fan noises, but you can replace the fans as they are standard sizes and pins, I personally wouldn't replace any of them, as they are quite good, except maybe the fan on the AIO, Noctua NF-A12x25 would be the best choice, all fans are 4pin btw. Now if you want to change the case, there a so many options out there with a great airflow and versatility, but then again, why buy a prebuilt in a first place?  

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