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What I would do is just bring the fan into one of your little local computer shops. Fans do not need to be replaced with original parts. In almost every case you will end up with a better fan then the original which would keep your cpu cooler causing better performance and longer life.
Bring the old fan to them so that they can see the mount style and make sure they give you one that will fit onto your board.
I have seen fans run as cheap as $10 and go way up there. typically you can get a better replacement fan for about $20
Posted on Mar 20, 2008
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