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How do I know what CPU fan to get?

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I have a Solano 1000 case, and one of my front 140mm LED fans went out. The model number of the fan is:

RL4B S13525L

I couldn't find this fan anywhere on newegg, ebay, amazon, etc. The fan also says DC12V and 0.30A on it. I was wondering if I could basically use any 140mm fan that I find? One fan I found that is close is a MassCool BLD-14025S1L 140mm LED case fan, and it is 12V, but it has 0.26A (not .30A like my former one). I was wondering if this will make a difference?

I'm also wondering if the screw holes match up on same size fans?
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The MassCool should work fine. The 0.26Amperage required to spin the fan is less than what you had (which is good) and the the screw holes on 140mm PC fans are in the same place.
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