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AldinDaHuman
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I am planning to switch my front intake fan in my OMEN 880-195no from the stock case fan to a Noctua NF-F12 120mm PWM, but I can't find a way to access the screw holes. If you know a way to access them  please help!

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@AldinDaHuman

 

Here is a quickie version of what needs to happen...

It looks to me like the top front HDD door assembly cover needs to come off first.

Pull the side panels to access the screws and clips.

Remove the screws and unhook the front IO assemplbly wiring.

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Then remove the screws to the Front assemply and remove the V shaped lighting cover.

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Then you can access the front screws on the front fan...

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Hope that helps.

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Thank you so much 🙂

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@Photoray002 Can you please send the whole article (I just assumed that you there is one because of the pictures).
Thanks 🙂 

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Ya, there isnt an article, just the images I posted.

Sorry.

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@Photoray002 ooohhh, but can you tell me how I am supposed to unhook the front IO assemplbly wiring?

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Once you get the screws loose and removed, you can probably lift up the top shield and access the IO panel wiring. You will have to just open it up and take a look.

I found this that might give you an idea...

 

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Thank you so Fruncking much, my computer is really quiet now 🙂 :clap:

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