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Old 07-02-2008, 05:37 PM   #1
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Question PNY 6800GS unknown caps

I recently look on my PNY 6800GS graphic card, because after I saw recent polymer-only recap made by Big Pope (sort of like polymer orgy, lol) I get the idea that perhaps now are possible to get higher / better capacity polymer caps of the required diameter. The card use all SMD caps and it go like:

PNY 6800GS
3x 1200uF 4V d10 (Sanyo Os-con SVP)
5x 180uF 16V d8 (Sanyo Os-con SVP)
4x 100uF ???V d6.3 (???)

The nice polymers are easy, but what are these 100uF (likely 100uF) caps? For what voltage they are? On the top of them, they are looking just like these caps:
Silver case, black text.

What is written on them is:

...and another two ones, still d6.3 bit different height goes by like this:

Anyone have any idea what they are?
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Old 02-18-2019, 04:35 PM   #2
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Default Re: PNY 6800GS unknown caps

For future reference, these unknown capacitors are, I believe, Rubycon TZV series.

The BE capacitor is rated at 25 V, and the BF capacitor is rated at 16 v. Both are 100 F.
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