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Thomas103
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Second fan in THE HP af1002ng

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HP af1002ng
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Can I also install a fan in the HP af1002ng? Which fan is suitable for this? Thank you in advance for your answer.

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old_geekster
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@Thomas103 , welcome to the Community.

 

It is very difficult to add more fans in small cases.  You will have to become very creative and make certain that there is a fan header to use.  Here is a video that will explain Case Pressure:

 

 

It is very important to assure that you are not making more problems by adding a fan in the wrong place.  I believe that you would most likely have to add a fan that is no larger than 90 mm (3.54331").  You should measure the existing fan.  The fan header, if there is one, will determine the number of pins.

 

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