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I'm looking to buy a cpu fan, but can't find one. Really don't know which kind to buy

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I am in the same boat as you are. Ebay does not sell them, the manufacturer of the fan does not sell them. So I have gone to the source of the PC and found the company that put these baby's together fremontec.com and they can replace the fan but you will have to ship them your unit and pay for them to fix the problem. In my case I have 15 of these dam pc's and guess what I am not going to spend that much to have it repaired. I will post back if I can find a solution.

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