Originally Posted by GnarlyCharlie
I tinned the new resistor, spread flux on the solder pads of the existing resistor, and soldered using some quad eutectic solder and a small chisel tip. I solder at 750 °F for most things, get in and out without staying too long on the part. I don't remember it being too tough, just nerves over trashing a $1200 card.
If I had it to do over, I'd use 2M0 instead, but it's under a water block in a full loop and I'm not pulling it out to change it.
What's the reasoning for 2M0?
Edit - ordered the 5M0 resistors last week and they just arrived
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Last edited by chibi; 07-31-2018 at 10:34 AM.