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Old 19th July, 2006, 01:43 PM
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soapy needs help gv nx68t256dh graphics

i got first 2 say hi 2 all here thanks fer havin me on board

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i have a gigabyte gv nx68t256dh with a small health problem,
capacitor c103 is missing any one help an old git out tell me wot the component is or any one got a circuit diagram......
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Old 19th July, 2006, 03:34 PM
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Any chance of a picture of your card so that we can see the place where the component should be, also did you remove the component by accident or was it just not there in the first place, in some of the reference design based cards there are meant to be some empty capacitor spaces.
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Old 21st July, 2006, 05:25 AM
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The GT cards often have blank spaces for capacitors that are never used because they make GT cards on the same PCB as the Ultra cards, however the GTs run lower clockspeeds at lower voltages, and therefore are lower power devices.

Don't worry about it, and no, it doesn't make any difference to the card. GTs often overclock better than Ultras do normally anyway thanks to the lower temps.
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