laptop cooling mod - help needed self.laptops

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    hello guyz i need your help,

    can i use this kind of controller to adjust pwm fan speed on my 5V 0.5A future additional fan without risking of frying anything ?
    im noob with electricity, the controller is 1A , does this mean that i dont have to turn the knob to max ? or it will adjust to my fan's amperage ?
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/PC-Computer-Case-Cooling-Fan-PWM-Fan-Speed-Controller-5V-12V-24V-1A/172416485755?_trksid=p2045573.c100033.m2042&_trkparms=aid=111001&algo=REC.SEED&ao=1&asc=20131017132637&meid=698ce03af88842ee856a305b96e68bf7&pid=100033&rk=1&rkt=8&sd=172416485755

    i already ordered & received this one : http://www.ebay.com/itm/Mini-DC-3V-...443291?hash=item1eac66e4db:g:JUkAAOSwZ8ZW1xw9
    but if the first is safer , i prefer ordering that one then ,

    i intent to connect pwm controller & pwm fan to my internal mini sata port

    i'm using usb to mini sata to test the PWM fan controlling thing without risking to fry anything on my laptop at first ( test on usb hub not connected to any pc)

    regards
     
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    did anyone ever try insulating surrounding of die-radiator with non conductive thermal paste when using conductive metallic thermal paste ?
    i intend to use high viscosity thermal paste like k5pro ( very good btw to replace thermal pads better quality ratio than fuji poly) / cheap thermal pads to insulate the surrounding of the chips , but i dont know if its safe ? maybe if metal paste bleeds & melts through the highviscosity thermal paste it will f:k up my sh;t
    was maybe thinking about recreating my theory of making bleed high temp metal paste & see if it melts through a layer of hard thermal paste
     
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