So I decided to dig around my parts bin and using my "street smarts" fabricate a fan for my Surface. After spending so much for the SP3 set-up I have already, this is pretty much my only choice anyway as I really like my marriage. Here's what I gathered initially: The broken USB male end is from the dual fans that are on the right. These came out of a cool-pad that was stepped on at some point. I also grabbed a DC/DC 3.5-30V to 4.0-30V booster (because I have a few) leftover from a previous project. For the housing I used 7.6" X 11" X .060" white styrene sheet. The Geforce cooling fan you see was not used. I hooked up a single fan to the booster and was able to get it up to a stable 9.00V off of a USB port and not trip the "high draw" warning from the laptop. I let it run a good 15 minutes just to make sure. I pushed it up to about 12V and the warning tripped. I dropped it down to 10V, cleared the warning and all was good so I figure 9V should be safe. Once it was dialed in a dab of hot glue on the adjustment screw keeps it from being bumped. I just kind of winged it from there, and made a fan housing that would blow in the top right vent above the video port and into the top vent from the webcam area and to the right. I also made it large enough to blow across the screen to help with cooling as well. A few hours and 3 hot glue sticks later, this is what I ended up with: It's not pretty, but it works for me. I haven't benchmarked it, but it keeps the SP3 pretty cool during World of Tanks. It moves a decent amount of air with moderate sound due to the confined box. This was just for fun with slight practicality; I'm definitely no engineer. I may drill a few vent holes in the to blow some air across the backside of the SP3 just to see if there is any improvement. I also need to finish the cover over the booster. I don't need that adjustment screw knocked out of whack! Thanks to user Cothek for the inspiration to do something like this.