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Originally Posted by RyGuy View Post
It's a capacitor, not a diode. Just thought everybody should know that. 330uF to be precise.

I doubt the plates inside were even touched when you chipped it. If it was damaged it would have become very apparent already.
you were right, sorry
I would RMA it, but they will just send it back once they check its working fine.
My best bet is to wait, till it shorts out or burns out, and them RMA it.
Otherwise not really much use if they find nothing wrong with the card.
Already RMA'd one to the place i bought it from, lol if i RMA this one its going to EVGA LoL.
RyGuy said the metal plate in there is most important, that wasnt damaged at all....with that said...
think im okay? worse comes to worse...it will blow right?
but will it effect my other hardware?
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post #12 of 13
Best case scenario - it'll never blow or bleed at all

Worst case scenario - it'll pop itself to pieces as it reaches a maximum charge ... possibly tossing its conductive internal plates ( small as they are ) out onto an unsuspecting nearby board ... possibly shorting it out as well, depending on where the shrapnel falls.

So ... hope for the Best case.
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if you use *real* hose clamps... you shouldn't have any leaks...

CABLE TIES ARE NOT HOSE CLAMPS
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