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11-16-2022 02:41 PM
Old HP Pavilion P6324uk and the cpu fan is rather noisy.
Is it possible to replace just the fan - leaving the heatsink undisturbed?
If so, please advise how to remove the fan (clips or screws), and give suggestions of suitable replacements available in the UK
I've replaced the case fan already.
11-16-2022 03:11 PM
The fan is sold as part of the heatsink.
Heatsink assembly - For Intel class H processors (1156MHz)
Looks like the fan is held down by 4 screws that you access with a Philips screwdriver going in from the top 4 holes in the fan enclosure. The screws are on the bottom section of the fan enclosure.
Unfortunately, since I live in the USA I would have no idea where you can but the fan/heatsink in the UK.
I checked Amazon.UK and eBay.UK and came up empty handed.
11-17-2022 01:26 AM
While you can replace most fans individually, if your power supply fan doesn't work, replace the entire power supply unit. Cracking open the power supply can be dangerous. Also, an overheating power supply may be unable to sufficiently power all the components in your computer
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