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cord for cooler master cm storm laptop cooler unit

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I lost my cord for my old above unit, which I love.  who do I go to to order another cord.?

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This: https://www.coolermaster.com/catalog/coolers/notebook-cooler/sf-17/#image-Item5 ? Uses a mini-USB 5V input. If you need a new cord Amazon should have them for cheap, phone chargers are gonna be 5V so you can just use one of those, or it may power off the laptop itself, I haven't used one of these before. 

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41 minutes ago, Zando_ said:

or it may power off the laptop itself, I haven't used one of these before. 

It will, it only draws 250mA when the fan is at max and the least that USB ports give out nowadays is 500mA, so twice what the thing needs... I am running such a laptop cooler for my gaming laptop too (not this exact model, one with pretty loud fans) and it has a USB cable attached with data passthrough so that you don't lose a port when it's plugged in

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