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Old 12-27-2004, 07:00 PM   #1
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I bought dual ga-7dpxdw mobo it has 2 2100 mp cpu's and 3 GB registered ddr ram. This machine ran flawless for nearly 2 years it never ran higher
than 72c at full load and case temp always at about 18c the server board is in a chenbro case the case has 24 fans running in it. anyways this system board has 20 bad caps, and the values are 3300uf @6.3 volts. I noticed bad caps when I replaced 2 heatsinks with 2 new fans because the other fans where only spinning at 3000rpm. Yes I am very mad and I will never purchase another Gigabyte mobo again. Where can I buy new caps too replace these swallon caps with?
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Old 12-27-2004, 08:58 PM   #2
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I have some Rubycon 3300uF 6.3v MBZ series ultra-low ESR. PM me or email me if you want some.
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