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Intel Cpu Fan ReWiring

I have an Intel Processor Fan that I do not use anymore.
It used to be used for my computer, but now its just lieing around.
I would like to use this fan without a computer.
On the fan it says
E21984-001
DP751H00
DTC-AAUO1
12VDC 0.60A
DELTA
I cut and stripped the fan wiring and it has 4 cables coming out of the fan.
A blue cable. A yellow cable. A green cable. A black cable.
Please help me find out how to wire this into a battery so that I can power it.

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Here is the pinout for the wiring:


Pin Name Color 1 GND black 2 +12VDC yellow 3 Sense green 4 Control blue

In case this doesn't show...Black is Ground and Yellow is +12VDC.

Not sure if it will work w/o a Sense (Green) and Control (Blue) line though.

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