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Old 09-22-2016, 12:32 PM   #21
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Default Re: ECS MCP73VT-PM - works fine until Windows boots : BSOD

Originally Posted by Dan81 View Post
Could be fake,as I know Sanyo SE don't bulge. It could be a Sanyo WF cap though,in which case my statement will be invalid.
But if you look careful on the picture, they are indeed Sanyo WFs .
Also, ECS is known to use Sanyo WF on some of their motherboards, so those likely aren't fake/counterfeit caps at all. The ECS MPC61PM-AM in my Gateway GT-5656 PC has lots of them too. Speaking of which, the picture above definitely has me worried. Not that I can't recap it, but it would be annoying as it would take quite a few caps for the recap.

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