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|11th August 2008, 22:05||#1|
rear fan poweredge 600SC : CFM?
Iím french .
I would like to replace the fan rear of a server dell poweredge 600SC used on a network of 200 pc.Quel model could go over knowing the information on the pc:
I found this reference:
Ref-5W190 but I can not find the CFM of this model.
On the fan original plug is a 3 pins: the red wire is on the right, amid the white and black left
Thank you for your help.
|11th August 2008, 23:09||#2|
Join Date: May 2002
Hello, do you know the size of the fan? Looks like a 120mm fan, good thing is that you got a 3-pin connector, which means most fans you can buy in retail will work with it. Worse case scenario you hook the fan up with a 4-pin converter.
Are you looking for a performance fan or silent one?
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