I have a remote client that needs a new CPU fan. I cannot seem to find a replacement. I am afraid of purchasing the incorrect part. Below are the specs of the PC. How can I go about finding a part number. I've performed numerous web searched but they did not yield much.
Are these things generic and I am breaking my head for no reason?
MFG. Date: 09/2004
Pentium4 (N) 2.8 GHz:
400 MHz Front side bus
Motherboard Name: MS-6577
HP motherboard name: Gamila2-GL6E
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