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I'm just wondering about cooling upgrades and such I'm not to sure on what I need or what direction I should take about upgrading the fans if possible I believe its still the standard fans which I'm guessing is 80MM but sometimes it feels a bit warm to an extent it doesn't ever dive into the danger threshold or anywhere past 80 C when being used its more for a precaution any help would be appreciated.

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Ohh you will be bottlenecked with that little ryzen 1400. But that card will work, just a waste of money with that cpu/gpu combination. It can only be upgraded to an 1800x tops.

 

If the heat is only peaking at 80c, you will be OK. Yes a lot of users might only peak in the mid 70s, but the cpu can handle it. Your open air gpu might be contributing to some of the heat.

Upgrading the cooler would require an Intel cooler mount, NOT amd mounts due to HPs proprietary design.

There is not much info on what coolers will work, but anything with the same backplate screw hole pattern as a Corsair H60 AIO should work. Need to have a four pin connector, but a 3 pin will work but will give you an error at startup.

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Hello @Bwser675 

 

I see you were asking about upgrades a while back. What did you end up installing if I may ask?

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So far the only thing I've upgraded was the Ram the GPU and soon the power supply.

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Well, I was asking if you upgraded something like the gpu, also tell me which one did you upgrade to exactly?

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Ah my mistake I upgraded the GPU to an Asus Rog GeForce GTX 1070 Ti advanced edition.

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Ohh you will be bottlenecked with that little ryzen 1400. But that card will work, just a waste of money with that cpu/gpu combination. It can only be upgraded to an 1800x tops.

 

If the heat is only peaking at 80c, you will be OK. Yes a lot of users might only peak in the mid 70s, but the cpu can handle it. Your open air gpu might be contributing to some of the heat.

Upgrading the cooler would require an Intel cooler mount, NOT amd mounts due to HPs proprietary design.

There is not much info on what coolers will work, but anything with the same backplate screw hole pattern as a Corsair H60 AIO should work. Need to have a four pin connector, but a 3 pin will work but will give you an error at startup.

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