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    Can the sorry excuse of a fan in "prime" 650w platinum be exchanged with a 140 mm noctua? Or is it too big for the weird 135 mm sized fan design? And is noctuas 4 pin pwm compatible with the connector in the psu?

    At the moment I have fixed the seasonic fan problem by simply putting a 120 mm fan blowing air inside while the psu fan is in "hybrid" mode (off or noisy af). It's a decent workaround, but not perfect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuthalu View Post
    Sorry for the necro, but can the sorry excuse of a fan in "prime" 650w platinum be exchanged with a 140 mm noctua?
    No and why don't you use the Warranty?
    Why didn't you give the PSU back?!

    Also you'll lose the 10 (or was it even 12) years Warranty as well!

    Also that might be something for the Warranty!

    Quote Originally Posted by Cuthalu View Post
    At the moment I have fixed the seasonic fan problem by simply putting a 120 mm fan blowing air inside while the psu fan is in "hybrid" mode (off or noisy af). It's a decent workaround, but not perfect.
    ...and you eventually might have retained the Warranty of the PSU....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuthalu View Post
    Can the sorry excuse of a fan in "prime" 650w platinum be exchanged with a 140 mm noctua?

    Put in a quite fan and it may not have enough flow to keep the design cool.

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