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Possible missing component on Gigabyte 1080 mini PCB (GV-N1080IX-8GD) Gigabyte 1080 mini PCB (GV-N1080IX-8GD)

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Go to solution Solved by mariushm,

It's a resistor, ceramic capacitors don't usually have value on them and they're usually cream / light brown.

The value is 51 ohm 51 x 100 = 51 ohm.

 

Look on the video card and see if you have some footprint with some solder and where it says R something near it. Resistor seems quite big maybe a 0603 or 0805 footprint, most resistors on such video card should be much smaller, so a footprint without a component should be easy to find.

Does anybody have high quality images of a Gigabyte 1080 mini PCB (GV-N1080IX-8GD) front and back?  I replaced my power supply and when I was done, I found a component a 510 or a 015 resistor or capacitor. I have verified that it did not come from my motherboard. I can not seem to find an obvious location that is missing component on my graphics card but would appreciate if I could  compare my pcb to another card so that I can either resolder it if needed or verify that it is not from my computer at all. Thank you anyone who takes the time to read or assist me. i appreciate it.

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It's a resistor, ceramic capacitors don't usually have value on them and they're usually cream / light brown.

The value is 51 ohm 51 x 100 = 51 ohm.

 

Look on the video card and see if you have some footprint with some solder and where it says R something near it. Resistor seems quite big maybe a 0603 or 0805 footprint, most resistors on such video card should be much smaller, so a footprint without a component should be easy to find.

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thank you very much. I think I have located the footprint. I appriciate the help

 

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