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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-23-2019, 05:00 PM - Thread Starter
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GTX 1080 I knocked off 2 IC's help

Is there anywhere to source the IC's on these graphics cards? I highly doubt I can get an RMA as it was my fault. I am wondering if anyone on here could assist on finding them, or what is my best recourse? I have an email in to EVGA.
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would be helpful to know what card it is other than just "GTX 1080" so someone can look on their card and help you. reference? if not, what card?

best recourse is find out what they were, buy two replacements, and solder them back on. otherwise sell it as a broken card and put it towards a new card but that seems kinda silly.

I had to fix my 1080 Ti a while back due to somewhat similar circumstances (thread here) and it's still kicking. Pretty easy fix if you can track down the exact replacements.

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would be helpful to know what card it is other than just "GTX 1080" so someone can look on their card and help you. reference? if not, what card?

best recourse is find out what they were, buy two replacements, and solder them back on. otherwise sell it as a broken card and put it towards a new card but that seems kinda silly.

I had to fix my 1080 Ti a while back due to somewhat similar circumstances (thread here) and it's still kicking. Pretty easy fix if you can track down the exact replacements.
Good point EVGA ACX 3.0 GTX 1080

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Be aware that it could be a multilayer circuit board and probably uses lead free (higher melting point) solder.
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