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Old 11-29-2017, 01:32 PM   #2
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Default Re: Squematic for ASRock ALiveNF6G-VSTA motherboard

Hey fricka. I see your post on this site:

Trust me, and Louis Rossmann. That will NOT be solved by a reflow! If it works by heating it with a hair dryer-you need a new chip!

Look up louis Rossmann's videos: "reballing is bullshit." He explains that a GPU has tiny wires that touch tiny bumps inside the chip. The heat you put on it was enough to make that wire move a touch the bump that it it supposed to touch for just a second.
Disclaimer: Don't trust a thing I say-I am frequently wrong!!!

I have tons of spare parts, some used, some N.O.S. ham transistors and caps. Message me if you need any parts.

Some of the things I've fixed:
60" Vizio-bad LED's. iBook G4: Resoldered VCC Plug. Geo Tracker ECU: Swollen / Leaking capacitors. Windows Laptop: Soldered broken LVDS wires. Dryer: Burned contact on temp switch. Oven in R.V.: Bad contacts in relays-Exploded by the looks of them! Samsung Oven: Burned contacts on Relays. MSI Motherboard: BSOD-Swollen capacitors, bad graphics card, Moved SATA Input from SATA 1 to SATA 2 plug
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