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Corsair TX750w Fan Replacement.

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So I recently broke the fan blade while cleaning my PC...I know you immediately wonder how that happened but lets just say I had help from a 8 year old Ninja that decided to leap at a very bad time
Anyways I am pretty sure Corsair wont support the RMA and after asking a few times on my RMA thread they have been avoiding the question of will they sell me another fan to replace it myself so a few questions.

1. Can I buy a normal 140mm fan and cut the lines (red/black/yellow correct?) and just wire nut red/black to the current 2 pin 140mm fan.

2. Anyone have a broken PSU that would sell me the 2 pin 140mm fan (prefer Corsair's as its whisper quiet)

3. Do they sell a 3/4 pin to 2 pin connector piece that would work?

One question I have had is I have always cut my extension cords to make larger/longer ones or when I needed to hook up a washer/compressor etc and never had issues. Is a computer different would cutting it like that cause possible dangers for the unit? Is there a method to solving such a issue if there is?

Thank you.
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I have the same questions. Having the same power supply I replaced its original crappy fan with a Corsair AF140 quiet edition. For the moment my fan is plugged directly to one of my motherboard headers as I managed to pull out the psu the fan's cable. But I looking forward to do a proper job so I would really like to plug the fan's cable into the 2 pin header of the power supply. That way, the fan won't spin at full speed beacause it will be thermo regulated depending on the temperatures. Anyone any idea???
Edited by Aldushi - 9/12/13 at 3:57pm
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