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rflotte
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Looking for an HP Omen 880 AIO liquid cooling fan

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Hi, my system didn't came with the cooler originally, but was an option, so I purchased the cooler (part 928212-001) on ebay but I'm having a hard time finding the fan (part 933410-001), does anyone know where I can get one? or somebody has one lying around? or which aftermarket fan will work fine with my system.

 

Thanks in advance

 

Picture from an Omen with the cooling optionPicture from an Omen with the cooling option

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Hello @rflotte 

 

Those radiator fans are 120mm with a 4-pin connector.

You want a radiator fan, not a case fan also.

If you want the exact part number, I found a site that claims to have the exact part in California...

https://www.impactcomputers.com/933410-001.html

If they have the screws, get them too.  Not sure if they are specifically  6-32 thread (3/8" long) Pan Head or M4–0.7 thread (10mm long) Pan Head, but its one of those. Sorry IDK which exactly, but you don't want to strip the threads in the radiator, so be careful. You should be able to use a #1 Phillips, careful not to strip the heads either.

 

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Photoray002
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Hello @rflotte 

 

Those radiator fans are 120mm with a 4-pin connector.

You want a radiator fan, not a case fan also.

If you want the exact part number, I found a site that claims to have the exact part in California...

https://www.impactcomputers.com/933410-001.html

If they have the screws, get them too.  Not sure if they are specifically  6-32 thread (3/8" long) Pan Head or M4–0.7 thread (10mm long) Pan Head, but its one of those. Sorry IDK which exactly, but you don't want to strip the threads in the radiator, so be careful. You should be able to use a #1 Phillips, careful not to strip the heads either.

 

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rflotte
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Thanks for the info, I already checked with impactcomputers.com but they don't have it in stock, I found an AIO liquid cooling unit from a Predator machine, that uses the same brand as HP which is Asetek and it's the same size, I'm gonna check if it works

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BelmontKing
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im looking for same fan as yours.

do you know specs of that fan?

How did you slove this?

 

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