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Dewey99
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I can't find the 460105P00-553-G anywhere.  Does anyone know of a source or a substitute?  I hope I don't have to buy a new computer just to get quiet fan.

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@Dewey99,

Part number refers to:  80mm x 25mm fan, 4 wire, called a PWM fan.

What is needed is the RPM. Use CPUID HWMonitor.

Purchasing a fan with lower RPM rating will cause an Auto-Fail.

Get back with the RPM, and we can discuss it.

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Thanks.  Neat utility.  There are two fans in the HPE-127c.  Plus two more in the video card and power supply.  The computer has one on the CPU, and one on the case.  They are identified as Fan 0 and fan 1.  I don't know which is which.

 

Fan 0 varies around 1,480.  Fan 1 varies around 1030.

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@Dewey99,

You could temporary unplug the rear case fan.  But, based on those numbers, I would surmise an RPM of 2000 should work.  Here is a PWM 80mm x 25mm with 800-2500 RPM.

Please do me a favor before you purchase.  Go here and verify the measurements and the look at the CPU fan wiring.  Make sure it is 80mm and 4 wires.  Just being cautious.

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I pulled the fan again, and read the part number off the bottom side.  Using that number instead of the HP number I was able to find the exact part on Amazon.com from a company called Alan Computech International.  Should be here next week.  The fan is an AVC Model DL08025R12U.  Thanks for your help.

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