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875-0024
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I have a OMEN  875-0024, which has an air cooling fan for the CPU. However, CPU temperature is really high, and the fan is loud. I know that we can do liquid cooling but we have to basically remove everything to get to the back of the motherboard.  I notice that there is a video about replacing the liquid cooling system on OMEN 25L https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aCACgGSfNRA 

So my question is:

1. Does the liquid cooling system in OMEN 25L also fit 875-xxxx without changing the rack on the back of the motherboard?

2. If so, where can I buy the cooling system? I did not find any product page on HP website.

3. If I cannot buy, where can I buy the replacement fan for my current CPU cooling system?

 

Thanks!

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@Wenchao , welcome to the Community.

 

What is the Product Number of the computer? I need this information to review the specifications of it. Please don't furnish the Serial # or other personal information. You can find the Product Number at the bottom of the page when you open HP Support Assistant.



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It is  875-0024 with I7-8700 and 2080. Thanks!

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I will add this while @old_geekster  looks up your info.

 

The new 25l and 30l systems now utilize liquid coolers manufactured by Cooler Master. The premise being that a standard cooler bracket by Cooler Master will continue to work with other Cooler Master products.

 

Your system used an older Asetek system that was NOT universal, nor was the air cooler brackets. Ergo I will assume you will still have to pull the motherboard and remove that backplate to install what ever liquid cooler you buy.

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I was wrong. My system is i7 8700, non K. I guess I do not need liquid cooling stuff. But the stock fan is very loud. The CPU temperature idles at 66c and easily goes above 85c. So what can I do to reduce the CPU temperature? 

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Does it idle at 66 even after its only been running for 5 min with you opening nothing? Do you have a lot of stuff running in the background by chance? You could run the Task Manager and see whats going on in the cpu column.

 

You could still benefit from another cooler, air or liquid. Its simply up to you on how you want to handle it. the stock air coolers aren't all that great to begin with.

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