I'm working on a project that needs to power two electric motors (PC case fans). These fans are rated 12V - 0.3 A. The power source is a AC-DC adapter that outputs 12V and rated for 0.3A. My question is simple: should I wire these motors in series or parallel maximum their speed? I have a (very) tenuous grasp on electrical engineering. I think that parallel would be better to maximize voltage across the motors but, from what I can gather, this would effectively split the current to each motor while a series circuit would have the same current throughout. Which is more important for an electric motor: current or voltage? Or am I looking at this completely wrong? Thanks for any help.