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Old 04-16-2019, 12:30 PM   #1
Deny_L
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Default Manufacturer and series for Dell 745 recap.

A while beck I had a pretty good working knowledge of different manufacturers series notations. Not so much lately. I took a look at a few data sheets and I don't think I remember enough to get general ESR info out of them and series info like general purpose, low esr, and long life flags don't Grok like they used to with me anymore. In need a few low ESR cap manufacturer and series recommends for a Dell Optiplex 745. There doesn't seem to be any local suppliers around me any more. Some are out of stock here and there and I like to have extras in the bin for other things.

2200uf 6.3v 10mm (or 10v)
1800uf 6.3v 8mm (or 10v)
680uf 16v 10mm (25v ok ?)

Thanks,

Deny

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Old 04-16-2019, 01:45 PM   #2
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Default Re: Manufacturer and series for Dell 745 recap.

if its from the badcaps store, u can just trust the owner. he has already researched what the right caps are so u dont have to. just make sure u buy the right kit as there are two versions for the dell gx745, the small form factor and ultra small form factor version.
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