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Repairing Ti 4600

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MisterKeeks:
I am thinking about purchasing a broken Ti 4600, specifically a Leadtek Winfast A250 Ultra TD. Most, if not all, of the Ti 4600s have the same on-board power supply. The one on this card has a few missing/broken parts, I'm assuming they are from a botched overclocking job of some sort. If you have a Ti 4600, could you please post pictures of the area near the chip marked SC1102CS. I have attached a picture of the broken card. On the A250, I need to know the values of the following components: R1080, R1129, and D617. If you have a Ti 4600 that is not the same card, the numbers will not match up, but if you post a picture, we may be able to identify what they should be.

MacTron:
Did you know that this card probably don't work on Mac?

MisterKeeks:
It is flashable, correct?

I have decided against this project anyways.

MacTron:
I'll try to post the picture you need as soon as I can...


--- Quote from: MisterKeeks on June 15, 2014, 03:30:08 PM ---It is flashable, correct?

--- End quote ---

Yes, it is. But seems that some hardware mod will be needed... please post yours results and investigations...

MisterKeeks:
What sort of hardware modification would be necessary? I didn't know anything about this. Is it something that has to be done in order to flash it?

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