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First post, by foil_fresh

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See the image attached - do the numbers printed on the cpacitor indicate certain values? Or is this just for the manufacturer?

This is a cap ive accidentally bent over while taking off the heatsink last night. It is one of two identical caps that sit between the ram chips. I dont really want to power this up without knowing it's in good condition so it needs to be replaced.

Thanks.

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Reply 2 of 2, by foil_fresh

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Hoping wrote on 2020-10-14, 13:35:

330uf 6 volts, polimer capacitor I think, but not sure it can be electrolitic. Can be replaced with a low esr electrolitic.

Thanks a million!

Pentium MMX 166MHz / Shuttle HOT591-p / S3 Virge DX / SB 16
Pentium II 266MHz / Lucky-Star 6ABX2V / Riva128 / AWE64 / YMF744
Pentium III 950 MHz / SY-7VBA / Geforce2 Pro 32MB / YMF744
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