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Julers asked Looking to buy a power supply fan for my HP computer?

I need a 80mm x 80mm x 20mm 2-wire power supply fan. Cannot find one anywhere.

And got the following answer:

It is hard to find a 2-pin connector on case fans nowdays. The reasoning that they include an extra wire hook-up, is to monitor the Revolutions Per Minute. It does this with a sensor built-in to the fan. More and more computer users have demanded this feature, to be able to monitor how fast their fan/s are spinning. Then the four pin connector was brought in. This way, if a voltage controller is installed in the computer, the rpm of the fan can be controlled and monitored. The reason you would want to do this is to lower the noise of the fan. You may not need it running at it's full speed, if you're just surfin' the 'net. You may need it running full speed if you're running an intensive program, like a game. Gives the computer user a little more control. This function can be controlled automatically by the motherboard,(If the option is built-in. There will be a four pin connection/s on the motherboard, for the case fan/s, if so.), or by the computer user installing a variable rheostat. Since you don't have a feature built-in to do this, your computer just has two wires. A positive wire, and a ground wire. I thought I would explain why, you're only finding three, and four wire case fans. Here is a place you can get the fan you need. http://www.weirdstuff.com/cgi-bin/item/28029 ( I keeps me eye 'tuned' to finding stuff! lol!) This is a new case fan from a online dealer, that sells computer parts pulled out of computers. This fan they indicate is new however, and not a 'pulled' item. You'll notice it's 80mm x80mm x25mm. I may be wrong, but I believe your old one is 25mm thick, and not 20mm. Could be wrong however, it happens! lol! 5mm is approximately 3/16's of an inch. http://www.globaljewelry.com/mm2inchconverter.htm If the mounting screws you have to mount the fan aren't long enough, you might take one, and stop at your local hardware store, and ask them for a sheet metal screw that's the same size in diameter, and 3/16's longer than the one in your hand. Or you might drop in to a Mom & Pop computer store, and show them what you need. Their usually pretty friendly folks. (I bought a used motherboard from Weirdstuff.com a year ago, and installed it into a client's computer. It's still going strong today, with no problems during this period. Cost them $24.95 for that AMD style motherboard. I had the processor, but could have bought a 1200MHz,(1.2GHz), one from Weirdstuff for $29.95. Just my knowledge of how reliable their parts are, as far as I know.) Edit: Computer parts have a 'Life-Cycle'. They're rated in hours of usage. The fan that went out on you, probably has a sleeve bearing. This is actually a bushing, a thick tube, if you will, made of bronze. The shaft of the fan spins in it. The bushing wears out over time, elongating the hole, causing the fan's armature to rub the the field, more and more until the fan shorts out,(Melts a wire/s in the field, or on it's armature. Will cause an Open circuit, {Broken wire. No connection.}, or a Short {Electricity follows the wrong path.} A fan of decent quality now, will have two ball bearings. Betcha' wanted to know that, huh? lol!) I have computers from the late 90's that operate just fine. Some had case fans that quit too! I do suggest you buy a can or two, of compressed air for computers, and with the computer un-plugged from the AC source, open the case, and blow it out. Pay special attention to the power supply,(fan and internally), plus the fan, and heatsink on the processor. Do not touch anything inside the computer unless you touch the metal frame of the computer case first. This will relieve your body of static, a 'killer' of delicate computer parts. DON'T have the computer plugged in for a better grounding source. The amount of static that could be in your body, doesn't warrant a ground source of this magnitude. Plus if the computers plugged in, and you're reaching around in there, you're: A.Connected to the AC power, via the computer, and an electrical shock could ensue. B.If there's lighning storm, and the power utility's outside are zapped, the electricity from the lightning is going to be 'looking' for a ground source with the least resistance. If you're touching the computer that's plugged in, you become part of the AC source circuit. YOU may be the least path of resistance! Edit 2: Well this is a case of somebody obviously not reading the question fully! I must apologize! lol! NO, DO NOT replace the power supply fan! DO NOT open the power supply! The capacitors inside are designed to hold electricity, and release it when deemed to do so. If you accidentally touch a circuit, or the pins on the bottom of these capacitors, they're gonna' release that electricity to you! As has been answered the life-cycle of the Psu is probably over. It's more intelligent to replace it. This might be an easy fix if it's an ATX form factor power supply, or a bit of a toughie if it's a SFF,(Small Form Factor Psu,(Power Supply Unit). This is an example of an ATX Psu. Also an example of one I would recommend. http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=2143208&CatId=106 Why? 1.It's from a reliable manufacturer, and the rated maximum wattage is not a 'fudged' number to sell Psu's. Your computer will only use up to 500 watts if needed, it doesn't use 500 watts all the time. 2.It has a 120mm fan to cool itself. A larger fan spins slower than a smaller one,(80mm for example). It will give the same air flow/cooling power, or more, as a smaller fan, plus there's less noise. 3. It's a Modular design. You just plug-in the needed power cables that you're going to use. This eliminates unnecessary cables that make a tangled mess inside, and promotes more airflow, to cool down the components inside. 4.It's $50.00


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