11-29-2018 12:12 AM
Has anyone tried or verified options for liquid cooling? The website says "HP OMEN Obelisk has built-in space for aftermarket liquid cooling." However it doesn't get into detail. I am considering the CORSAIR HYDRO Series H150i PRO but unsure if you can mount a 3 fan unit at the top of this case. I ordered the PC but it hasn't arrived yet and checking out cooling options before hand as many say it runs hot.
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11-29-2018 04:32 AM
Welcome to the HP Support Community @chrtravels
Depending on the model you ordered there should be a built in area for mounting the new fans:
To better assist you, the members will need the exact model number or product number of your laptop/desktop???
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11-29-2018 08:41 PM
Thanks...I don't have the PC yet, still waiting for it to arrive. It's the Omen Obelisk model from Best Buy: Model: 875-0014
Wondering if you can use the CPU water cooler that has three fans or if there is only space on the case for the single fan model. In reading on other forums, there is apparently no intake fan so users are converting the rear fan to an intake and mounting the cpu fan on the top of the unit to help move the air through the unit.
11-29-2018 09:41 PM
I was going to say the Triple fan may not work:
When you get it open it up and look at the inside:
At the top look for a 4 panel grill for mounting fans.
This one has a fan connected to the Graphics card:
11-29-2018 11:30 PM
Yes only one square.
The Dual fans should fit.
That means you can have Dual fans for the CPU and GPU:
What a setup: "I WANT ONE!!!!!!!!"
02-26-2019 03:11 PM
Not sure if you jumped the gun of not, but by the look of it...Dual fans wont fit. I have one single fan, its centered on that removable plate and the 2 usb and 3.5 jack ports from the top front are back far enough that unless you modify the bracket to offset the position of the fan it wont work. i dont own any coolers so im not sure how they secure on. This looks like you either be good at fabrication or botching up a rig to "make it work"