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OMEN by HP 875-0068na
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Hi,

 

I just bought an HP Omen 875-0068na and after 1 day I realised the CPU temperature is at 68°-70° when just browsing or watching Netflix. I have decided to upgrade my air cooling fan to liquid cooling and add an extra fan on the bottom. I have a few questions:

1. for CPU watercooling, what product is the best? (price doesn't matter)

2. For intake fan at the bottom, what size should I get? Also, I didn't find any available male pins to plug the bottom fan on the MB, as the sys_fan pins is used already.

 

Best regards,

Dorin

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Just wanted to add the temperatures under load, which in my opinion are too high.

 

GPU at 94% load - 80° to 82°

CPU at 70% load - 84°

 

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@Mahoarken

 

Welcome to the HP Support Community.

 

I'm afraid HP does not recommend or support making such major changes to the device as the product is designed to withstand heat upto 100c and work at its optimal performance, however, you are free to exercise this upgrade at your own discretion.

Since we don't support it, I cannot get you the details and, I personally suggest checking with a local tech on adding liquid cooling before investing on it, to be on a safer side.

I hope that helps!

 

 

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