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replacement power supply fan for Sony Vaio Pcv-Rx550
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Location: PA,USA
Registered: 01/09/08
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Looking for replacement for fan NMB 4710KL-04W-B39-V50 out of a Sony Vaio Pcv-Rx550.
Contacted NMB and they gave alternate #4710KL-04W-B39-E50 but they have neither and can't find one anywhere.
Would any other company replacement fan work?
12V,.36A 120MM X 25MM 3 wire.

Thanks,

Pymi
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That sounds like a fairly typical 120mm fan. Most times power supply fans use a different plug style than case fans, but I've adapted case fans by cutting off the plug and splicing the old power supply fan's plug wires on.
http://www.directron.com/a1280.html for example
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Thanks SteveS,been looking for a couple days!!!
Looks like that one will do the job.

Thanks again,

Pymi
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Did this fan work for the power supply and did it just plug in like the old one or did the plug need to be rewired and if so how? Thanks for any help. I've got a PCV-RX550 that the fan in the power supply is wearing out and getting noisy. Again thanks.
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I just replaced the PSU in my RX550 with a 400W Dynex from Best Buy. Needed to mod (remove metal) from the CPU holder because the Sony PSU is smaller than the Dynex, but I got it to fit in nicely.

I have a BIOS problem now because my new PSU doesn't have a 3 pin fan connector that plugs into the Upper RH port on the mobo.

Steve S is helping me with this challenge. The computer boots fine, but I have to press F1 at the point of the BIOS error message to continue the boot.
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Yes, the 670 is just a later version of the 550 - both PIV systems & same case so the PSU will be a straight swap.

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