I have been building my own Apple I with Uncle Bernie's IC kit, and it has been working great. Everything worked out without a problem. It has been amazing.
Anyways, I am now working on an enclosure and have designed something I want to 3D print in the next days or weeks (depending on how many mistakes I make). However, since the 5V regulator gets pretty hot, I wanted to add a fan to the enclosure. But, I am not quite sure where I should get the 5V for the fan.
Does anyone have suggestions? I looked at the breadboard area, but there seems to be no obvious pin with voltage there. I am considering using pin 1 (5V) of J2 (video connector) since nothing is connected there right now, but I am not sure if this might get me into trouble with the video output.
The fan is pulling 80mA. Here is the specific model of the fan, if that helps: https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/229-F410T-05LC
P.S.: Here is the enclosure I am working on (you can see the fan outlet on the side). It is modeled after the Apple II and uses the original Apple II keyboard. Is a bit shorter though.