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Omen Obelisk air to liquid cooling

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Hi all, first time poster. Just bought an OMEN 875-0084 and the liquid cooling system interests me. Does anyone know if you can swap out the fan/heatsink with an OEM liquid cooler from another OMEN without having to remove the motherboard? I know there are videos of people doing it with a Corsair HP60 but I'm not about ripping the computer apart. Thanks for any help in advance!

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Omen Obelisk air to liquid cooling

@FirstTimeGaming , welcome to the forum.


I can't say for certain that it will be an easy upgrade, but here is a video that I think may help you with your decision.



Also, here is the Motherboard Specifications page:




In the diagram of the motherboard, at the top center of the page, I have highlighted the System Fan connector and what appears to be the Pump connector (Right facing).  From what I have heard, the pump should mount without taking the motherboard out of the case.  You can watch the video that I provided to see if you can match the cooler that you want to install to it.


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