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    mikeco's Avatar Rossco's Manager
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    got bored/need something to cool my router down, so i tryed hooking a 80mm fan up to 3 AA batteries and it worked (also tryed 4)

    so i got a old usb mouse wire from a old mouse i took apart and i got a 80mm fan running off the USB:
    http://localhostr.com/?f=fcdaa04ee50c0b17ae55.rar



    fixed linkco

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    Virtualbody1234's Avatar Forum Star BT Rep: +2
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    Ok. What's the link?

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    mikeco's Avatar Rossco's Manager
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    meant to be to a video, but i put a space in the file and i guess the site screwed it up

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    wow, that video is shady. i cant even tell whats going on

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    That's odd, because none of my systems will supply power to the USB port unless they recognise the component (and therefore how much power it consumes).

    I suppose it might work if the port was configured to run from 5v standby.
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    im sure there is some driver out there..like that is strong enough to power the fan that you could trick windows into thinking it was...

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