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Many of the hardworking components in your computer, including graphics cards, processors and RAM, generate waste heat as a side-effect of normal operation. In systems belonging to overclockers and hardcore gamers, these components will often be pushed to the limit and will therefore produce levels of heat that could prove detrimental to their stability, functioning and lifespan. Cooling fans are essential to many modern system builds as they help regulate the internal temperature either by drawing cool air in from outside a machine, expelling excess warm air or helping to cool air by moving it across a heat sink.

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Startech Replacement Ball Bearing Computer Case Fan with TX3/LP4 Connector

  • 50x10mm
  • TX3/LP4 Connection
  • Dual Ball Bearings in the cooling fan

£ 5.55  inc. vat

£ 4.62 ex. vat

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Startech Replacement Ball Bearing Computer Case Fan with TX3/LP4 Connector

  • 50x10mm
  • TX3/LP4 Connection
  • Dual Ball Bearings in the cooling fan

QuickFind: 364213

Mfr part code: FAN5X1TX3

£ 5.55  inc. vat

£ 4.62 ex. vat

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If You Can't Stand The Heat...Get A Cooling Fan

PC overheating can lead to disastrous consequences. Your computer could intermittently freeze or crash completely, and your components could be damaged or even melt. Why risk this preventable scenario when so many cooling fans are available at Ebuyer at such great prices?

Discover some of the leading brands in PC cooling systems, such as CoolerMaster, StarTech and Xilence. No matter how much you upgrade your system, you are sure to find the cooling fans you need to counterbalance the extra heat that is generated. Whether you are a gamer, a multimedia specialist or an overclocker, you are sure to be a fan of Ebuyer's cooling options.

Why Buy A Cooling Fan?

An effective cooling fan will not only reduce the temperature of your components, it could also extend the life of your whole PC. As well as reducing the likelihood of crash-related frustration, a fan-assisted cool interior could well save you money in the long run. When choosing your cooling fan, the two essential factors you must always consider are compatibility with your CPU and size. You obviously need a cooling fan that will fit inside your computer case. You could also look out for vibration absorption and other noise cancelling features.