Question CPU Replacement Fan

Sep 25, 2020
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I ordered a replacement CPU fan from a mail order company.

The fan I ordered had an amperage of .34A.

The company said that the fan I received was a replacement for the part, as it was no longer made.

The only problem is that the fan is marked as .37A.

The company insists it will be OK to use the one they sent me, but they will of course.

If I put the fan into the CPU Cooler, will it work? will it damage the computer? do I need to worry about .03A???
 

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I ordered a replacement CPU fan from a mail order company.

The fan I ordered had an amperage of .34A.

The company said that the fan I received was a replacement for the part, as it was no longer made.

The only problem is that the fan is marked as .37A.

The company insists it will be OK to use the one they sent me, but they will of course.

If I put the fan into the CPU Cooler, will it work? will it damage the computer? do I need to worry about .03A???
It's lower amperage, no worries. Is the connector the same? What about voltage?
 

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