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Draza47
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Omen X Case - Radiator Support?

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What is the expansion  capabilities on this case? I know it fits one 120/140 rad because of the stock cooler. I have a 1070 that is water cooled (aio) with a 120mm rad., will it fit with the CPU cooler in there as well?

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As I understand you want to know about the Omen X case and if the 1070 radiator can fit in with the CPU cooler,

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I found a very detailed Omen X Hardware Reference Guide at the following link:

 

Omen User Guides

 

It shows installing a radiator bracket for mounting a 240 mm radiator next to the CPU cooler.

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I found a photo at the following link that shows an Omen X with three 120 mm radiators side by side. One CPU cooler and two GPU coolers.

 

OMEN X Radeon Performance

 

2 x HP Firebird 802 + 2 x HP 2159m monitor + Windows 7 Home Premium + Windows 8.1 Pro
GeForce Driver Version 266.58 WHQL installs correctly without modification.
GeForce Driver Version 296.10 WHQL requires modified NV_DISP.INF file to install correctly but Nvidia Control Panel is broken.
GeForce Driver Version 341.44 WHQL requires modified NV_DISP.INF file to install correctly but 2-way SLI is broken.
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Ah OK, the only thing I need to know now is if I can power the pump and the two fans
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@Draza47, thanks for the response.

 

According to the specifications of the PC.

 

You can connect one additional fan and you can power the radiators.

But the power supply might require additional power to pump the radiators which in turn can cause damage to the system board.  

 

 

 

Hope this helps!

Have a great day ahead! 🙂

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