Thanks for info. Unit is grounded and fully discharged the caps. It is a 2 pin fan connector. Any recommendations for a cheap compatible fan? its my Dad's PC and he misses checking his junk mail!! Lol Thanks in advance.
Be very careful opening PSU units, they can hold a considerable charge even when powered off for a number of hours. For the replacement fan; not much concern about CFM, RPM and dbA. A 120mm 12v fan with approximately the same Amperage would be fine. What connection does it use? Is it soldered to the PSU mainboard?
My light use office PC has a Coolermaster iGreen 600W PSU. The PSU fan has reached it end of life as it is making grinding noises even after lubrication. The PSU is a Coolermaster iGreen 600W and the (Bad) stock fan- Coolermaster A12025-25BB-2AN-P1 /120mm x 25mm / 12V 0.47A / 93cfm 2600rpm 47dbA I can't find the same fan to replace it, or even the same specs so I was wondering what is important for me to look at? Please could you kindly post links of any budget / midrange fans that are compatible with this PSU? Thank you
Thanks but I won't be engaging with them because of what the best case outcome is and what it would involve to get it. That best case is they pay all postage costs and I end up with a replacement PSU that I neither want nor need.
If it helps I had similar issue. I raised hell with evga and they eventually agreed to pay the postage. Not impressed myself, far from the excellent customer service they had around 10 years ago when I last had an issue...