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120mm Black Case Fan - 4 pin BARGAIN £1.49 + p&p @ Ebuyer

£1.49 @ Ebuyer
Just saw this on ebuyer whilst looking for parts for my new build. I don't know if there are many this cheap but it gets fantastic views and is definitely worth a punt at £1.49!
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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Just saw this on ebuyer whilst looking for parts for my new build.
I don't know if there are many this cheap but it gets fantastic views and is definitely worth a punt at £1.49!
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#1
Probably worth putting on there that the Royal Mail (within 5 day) super saver delivery on this alone is £2.78.

Still seems a reasonable deal if you can't get to computer trade shows or similar.
#2
If it's a new build, then your motherboard will probably have 3 pin connectors for the fans, which allow you to monitor the fan speed (i.e. in case they die, or get blocked or jammed).
#3
Why are ppl voting this cold?
#4
Joey Bloggsy
Why are ppl voting this cold?


Muppets?

Prob as they are taking into account postage and not thinking how muh of a good deal it is if you are getting something same time to get free delivery, just ordered 6 with my 2.5" 640gb hdd order, thanks op H+R as always
#5
Will try a couple of these next time I order something, thanks.
#6
but where would i put this in my case? do i blu tac it on to it or what? also do all motherboards have a power connector for these
#7
s123
but where would i put this in my case? do i blu tac it on to it or what? also do all motherboards have a power connector for these


Depends on the case; decent cases should have mounting points for a few fans. Cases used by Dell etc usually don't have any spare mounting points.

As for the power connector, this uses a 4 pin Molex connector (the same kind as used by PATA HDDs and optical drives), so you'll need some spare, or a Molex splitter if this doesn't include one.

3 pin fan power connectors (with speed monitoring) on motherboards have been around since at least 1998...

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