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Corsair h80i V2 on omen obelisk?

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Hi, I bought a new omen obelisk and no doubt I'm loving it! But my question is can I install a Corsair h80i V2 120mm aio on my obelisk? I'm so unsure about the connections ( I don't have a free USB pinout ).

Also will that installation cost my warranty ? 

Please some one help me! 

Thanks in advance !

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@Sidhardha it wouldn't void your warranty, however, HP doesn't recommend adding/changing hardware components as it may damage other parts if it's not done by a professional, also, HP designs the device to work at its optimal performance, hence a CPU cooling fan may not be required.

 

Perhaps, you could tell me if you've got any overheating issues as such, and I can help you sort that out without adding more components to the device.

As far as I know, that would require a Molex connector, not the USB, but its best you check with the manufacturer of that part for details on how to install it, if you wish to go through with this plan.

 

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@Sidhardha it wouldn't void your warranty, however, HP doesn't recommend adding/changing hardware components as it may damage other parts if it's not done by a professional, also, HP designs the device to work at its optimal performance, hence a CPU cooling fan may not be required.

 

Perhaps, you could tell me if you've got any overheating issues as such, and I can help you sort that out without adding more components to the device.

As far as I know, that would require a Molex connector, not the USB, but its best you check with the manufacturer of that part for details on how to install it, if you wish to go through with this plan.

 

I hope that answers your query,  

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Thank you, I finally went with h60, which is pretty decent and added a new intake fan at the bottom of the case that's all. Now temps are at GPU : 45-55c and CPU : 55-65c under heavy loads or gaming. Cheers mate!1555661362650372850239434636250.jpg

 

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@Sidhardha 

 

Glad to know its working out. Would you be so kind as to tell us what the product number is of that Obelisk?

Run the HP Support Assistant in the Start menu to see the product number.

Thanks. :generic:

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Hi, I'm very interested in how you implemented the heatsink and the second fan down, what are the connections you've made? did you have to buy a commander PRO?
Thank you!
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