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Replace CPU Cooling Heatsink Fan 360.06E0U.0001

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The CPU cooling fan on my HP Pavilion desktop has quit in less than 3 years of minimal use.  I need to replace it but online search shows the Wistron P/N 360.06EOU.001 that it came with is not a good fan.  Is there better fan I can use in its place. Thanks.

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@Flyn-Chad,

I only want you to "look" at this picture. OK ?   The fan is secures by 4 screws to the heatsink.   You only need the fan. OK ?  Here is how to measure the fan.   The fan has 4 wires, so it is a PWM fan. 

Now lets assume it is an 80mm fan. OK ? Here are 80mm PWM fans.

https://www.newegg.com/startech-fan8025pwm-case-fan/p/N82E16835230045?Description=80mm%20PWM%20Fan&c...

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@Flyn-Chad,

I only want you to "look" at this picture. OK ?   The fan is secures by 4 screws to the heatsink.   You only need the fan. OK ?  Here is how to measure the fan.   The fan has 4 wires, so it is a PWM fan. 

Now lets assume it is an 80mm fan. OK ? Here are 80mm PWM fans.

https://www.newegg.com/startech-fan8025pwm-case-fan/p/N82E16835230045?Description=80mm%20PWM%20Fan&c...

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I have the same fan issue with a HP Slimline 270-p027cb desktop. Apparently HP decided to "orphan" this unit so HP Parts nor any authorized repair center have HP Part # 866177-001 (Thermal Module 570-P023W AMD BrisRid 65W, Shave2+) available.

I contacted HP Parts and asked them to identify the fan manufacturer and the fan model number so I could obtain the fan directly from the manufacturer but they refused. I found a photo of the part and it had the following numbers on the side:

Wistron P/N 360 06E0U 0001 and CT EGJHUDAYZAL9DS.

Apparently this is a 65W fan and it secures by 4 screws to the heatsink. It has 4 wires (black, yellow, blue, & red) so it's a PWM fan. I'm not sure if it's a 80mm fan, but since this is a 270 unit I assume the size is the same for all these units since they have the same case size.

So, do I also follow the newegg link for a 4-screw, 80mm, 65W, PWM fan? Thanks!

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