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Hello,

I need some help with this:
I have a Xbox one S where I connected 2 Fans (there is usually just 1 ) parallel to the 12v sourve from the motherboard. Fan 1 has 22mA and Fan 2 has 29mA.


My Question now is, if there is any risk to burn something. I dont know how much amp is delivered by the sourcre and i dont have a multimeter to find it out.Also it seems like that both of them are not spinning at full speed, maybe at 70%.

thanks for help :)
 
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