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5-Pin Connector Issue

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I have a XPS Gen 3 with an Incredibly loud stock fan. I am going to replace the fan and the heatsink with something else (probably a zalman flower or the like), but I have run into a slight problem. The power connector for the 2 stock fans is 5-Pin, but all of the fans on the market for my CPU have a 3-Pin power connector. Is there some sort of adapter I can buy or something similar? Does anyone know of any fans that use a 5-Pin power connector?

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