they are not resistors but ferrite beads, you can just replace them with 0805 0ohm links, and you dont have to use that pair that burned up, you can use the other pair that is normally empty (but do not mix and match or populate all of them, that would short 12v islands)
however, when this happens, it either takes out every component thats using that 12v island (so a lot of mosfets, the vmem pwm controller, the backup power mosfets on the back, the 5v dc2dc APW chip nearby, etc ,etc) and/or it will char the inner layers of the pcb to where you have a short of some 12v island to GND which will make it very hard to repair unless you dremel out all the charcoal before continuing
and even then, it could have sent a 12v spike to the memory when it died, making it permanently artifacting (even if you manage to repair the vrm completely)...
(i bumped this thread because a guy i know just said this exact same thing happened to him a few days ago..., on the same g1 gaming model, mine had it happen in march 2018)
Last edited by rajkosto; 11-28-2018 at 10:35 PM.