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Austin19923
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Liquid Cooling on Omen Obelisk

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I've been looking to add Liquid cooling on my CPU to my Omen Obelisk in order to cool it down. I understand that an H60 Corsair Hydro series Liquid cooler will fit inside, but will a Corsair Hydro series H80i V2 AIO Liquid Cooler fit as well? It's also a 120mm fan. In addition, does anyone have any tips/experience with Obelisks on how to keep the computers temperature as low as possible? Thank you so much! 🙂 

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@Austin19923 , welcome to the forum.

 


@Austin19923 wrote:

I've been looking to add Liquid cooling on my CPU to my Omen Obelisk in order to cool it down. I understand that an H60 Corsair Hydro series Liquid cooler will fit inside, but will a Corsair Hydro series H80i V2 AIO Liquid Cooler fit as well?  It's also a 120mm fan.  I suggest that you contact Corsair's Tech Support for help with determining which of their products will fit into your case.  They are the experts on their products.  With smaller cases, the more that you install inside of the case, the less space there is for good airflow.  The H80i has two fans which would make me skeptical that it will work:  https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Liquid-Cooling/Single-Radiator-Liquid-Coolers/Hydr...

 

In addition, does anyone have any tips/experience with Obelisks on how to keep the computers temperature as low as possible? Thank you so much! 🙂    You can try doing some cable management to assure that the video card and memory are getting plenty of air.  Also, you could add another fan that blows on the video card.  I am not familiar with the inside of your case.  So, I can't really help beyond these suggestions.




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