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    Possessed Fan

    I believe it's a Noctua NF-P14, but it seems possessed. I turned my desktop off and I noticed a few hours later the fan was still spinning. Well thats odd and flicked the switch on the PSU and it continued to spin. So I took off the side panel stopped it with my finger and it stayed stopped. Then I gave it a small spin manually and almost 2 days later it is still slowly spinning away.
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    lol
    must be caught in a light breeze
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    Good bearing in that one, or maybe it is possessed.
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    It must have listened to one of Trump's speeches and have totally lost it.

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    The power of christ compels you.

    Time for an exorcism. Though that's one awesome bearing. Noctua has upped their game, haven't they?
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    Don't know exactly when it stopped but it kept going for about 2.5 days. Manually giving it a spin now doesn't seem to do it again. Still unsure how that happened.
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