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Any 120mm or 140mm fans capable of running on 5v USB 2.0 based ports? 500ma I believe is the limit.

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I am needing a computer cooling fan, 120 to 140mm that is capable of running off 5v USB power, for my HT Receiver.

I currently keep a 120v mini fan on it to keep the HDMI circuitry cooled, but I have to turn it on and off manually.

I do not have any 120v switched outlets on the receiver, so that's already out of the question on mini 12v adapters for PC fans, unless you guys know of a way to use the USB 5v connection to trigger a relay for 12v or 120v source.
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Coolerguys has a few USB fans. Not sure how you would trigger the on/off though. They also have a lot of cabinet cooling stuff, so maybe look around some.
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On and off capability would be when ever my AV receiver is on or off. Which is all I wanted. thumb.gif

I like what I see on that site, are they pretty legit?
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Yes, absolutely legit thumb.gif
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google "silverstone usb air penetrator" and see if that's what you are looking for
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