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    Default gtx asus 660 replacment capacitors

    so. i have a dead card.
    (link to item page) https://www.asus.com/Graphics-Cards/GTX660DC2OCPH2GD5/

    as it is a billion years past any warenty i pulled the heatsink
    look look search search

    ok, these capacitors looks smashed, and angled,,thats probly not good..

    *touch*wiggle*

    1st just capacitor fell off.
    second capacitor with a tiny 90 degree angle dent in it was still holding on by 1 lead.


    so obviously i am at an impass. some wise person pleas speak up and help me connect the dots so i can get the 3 volt aluminum ploy cap i need.

    tiny wiggle showed it is probly dead also.

    SO !

    not the usual old fashioned uF markings, because hey , were more modern and a better civilization right?

    it says 5ks34 on the top line
    820 on the second line, and 3v on the third line.

    i know it's an aluminum poly cap,

    this seems close to what i suppose the specs might be
    http://www.vishay.com/docs/42042/te.pdf

    also this seems close
    http://www.vishay.com/docs/42042/te.pdf


    problem is,,this is what it LOOKS like

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    Default Re: gtx asus 660 replacment capacitors

    Have the same problem(s) here trying translate between them.
    I have alot of boards I have to keep going and would be nice if I too could "Know" what solid cap is equal to/the same as a dielectric cap.
    However replacement caps should be easily found on fleabay, I bought a 200 count bag of 3300uf 6.3v caps for my older boards last year fairly cheap on a cost per cap basis and I see them all the time in different sizes, both solid and dielectric styles.

    I know the 820 is it's uf rating and I will say it can run one that's rated higher based on it's uf rating and be fine, you just want to keep the cap's voltage rating the same. However don't go too far beyond the stock uf rating, anything that's close but not below the stock uf rating will do if that's all you can find.

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    Default Re: gtx asus 660 replacment capacitors

    that actually helps a TON

    thank you
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    Default Re: gtx asus 660 replacment capacitors

    https://gpushack.com/

    Maybe they'll fix it for you reasonably.

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