New Cooling Fan

pestenoire9

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So it would appear that one of the fans has died in my X-51, and because of this I cannot use my X-51 due to the fact that it, of course over heats and blue-screens. I've tried multiple programs to combat this, but no luck what so ever. Where Can I find a good but not too expensive fan. Please look at the photo attached.
 

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KillerBee33

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I ran 970 and now 980 without that fan for over 8 months ( removed it to fit 10,5 inch GPU)
What exactly heats up?
 

pestenoire9

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From what I can tell the back of the computer gets extremely hot, when me and my Dad took a look at it, the fan in the picture was the only one not working.
 

KillerBee33

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Back of the computer suppose to get HOT, my GPU runs at about 130 degrees Fahrenheit add few more things and yes that's what you get
 

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I'm more than sure its not the fan, as i said , i took mine completely OUT 8 months ago and dont have any issues.
 

pestenoire9

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Suppose it's worth a shot. What happens is that the back get's almost burning hot and after a half hour it blue screens but if I try playing a video game it blue screens almost immediately.
 

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Basically these will help you find out if its the HEAT issue and what components are overheating
That first step ;)
 
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