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post #11 of 33
Do you still have the old chip? Can you look what it says on the 2nd row. It should have a current rating. That will help a lot finding what you are looking for.
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post #12 of 33
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The front side of the chip is stuck on the heatsink with thermal glue. I'm going to attempt to remove it but I know the paste is white and will cover the writing. I will try my best. Will use a hair dryer to heat up the heat sink to make the glue soft.
post #13 of 33
I noticed some writting still on the chip itself can you gte me what is there I might
be able to decifer it from that


or heck if you can get a closeup image of it
post #14 of 33
Post the in the 290/290x owners club. Ask that when someone removes their heatsink to write down details of the chip. It should be the same on every card that uses a reference design and some non reference.

Also if you have calipers please get the measurements of the chip often times that will limit what can fit.
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post #15 of 33
I posted over there maybe we will get lucky.
post #16 of 33
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I've removed the part off the pcb. Attached is a screenshot of the pcb.
http://imgur.com/cuM0Vmo

It seems that the part connectors combines into 1 on the board.
post #17 of 33
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Originally Posted by Tafseer View Post

I've removed the part off the pcb. Attached is a screenshot of the pcb.
http://imgur.com/cuM0Vmo

It seems that the part connectors combines into 1 on the board.

The good news is that the solder pads look undamaged and a replacement should go on nicely. Still need more info on the chip and measurements.

What do you mean combines into 1 on the board?
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post #18 of 33
I was hopping you could get me a picture of the chip still on the board but a closup of it
see if you can get a closup pic of the side of the chip where the writting should be.
post #19 of 33
Thread Starter 
Please refer to the link for a picture of the front of the chip. Not sure if there is more numbers in front as its cracked.
http://imgur.com/liQtc5D&142dVhT

The dimension from side to side is 5mm.

Regarding the combining into 1, when the chip was on the board, it looked like there were 2 prongs coming out from each side of the chip. When it goes onto the board, the 2 prongs combines into 1 as seen on the pcb in http://imgur.com/cuM0Vmo
Edited by Tafseer - 3/16/14 at 1:15am
post #20 of 33
337br at least gives me something to work with
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