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Where to find a 70MM fan for my eMachines?

I need a 70MM fan with 4 wires (red, yellow, blue and black) and a connector with 4 openings. I've looked EVERYWHERE but can't find one except on the eMachines website, but it's out of stock til March. If anyone has any suggestions I would appreciate it.

(I've found some with 3 wires or 3 openings on the connector)

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  • gina fanning Jan 20, 2009

    I think so, I'm going by the old fan.

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Do you have to use all of the wires? 70 mm fans seem to be very common on  Newegg.com

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