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Question Need help lost a SMD while cleaning pc is running and no video output

Zai varun

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Hey guys!
I need help with my graphic card which is not giving video output since i broke a Smd from the board (GIGABITE GTX 1650)
CAN any one suggest what to do rather than going to the service center.anything i can do with soldiering and what resistor should i use the R256 or R257 i got a small tiny metal thing cant say a resistor but after ripping that i got no display and i lodt that small thing gpu image 20211014_202530.jpgand refrence to original is below 12.jpg

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Ajay

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Both. Looks like R526 is on top and R527 on the bottom (mounted horizontally). I personally don't have enough soldering experience to try something that small, so a liquid solder might be a good solution.
 
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Zai varun

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Both. Looks like R526 is on top and R527 on the bottom (mounted horizontally). I personally don't have enough soldering experience to try something that small, so a liquid solder might be a good solution.
I appreciate the help but i dont have any of those resistors on mee cause i dont know the values of emm
 

MrTeal

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Yeah, R526 and R527 is the designation of the resistor, it doesn't tell you anything about what value of resistor you need to replace it with.

It's hard to tell without a better picture, but it looks one of those pairs of differential traces goes to one resistor. If R523/R524/R525 have the same kinds of pairs of traces running to them, it's likely they're the same value as 526/527. You could remove and measure R525, and then use that value for the two missing ones.
 
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Ajay

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Yeah, R526 and R527 is the designation of the resistor, it doesn't tell you anything about what value of resistor you need to replace it with.

It's hard to tell without a better picture, but it looks one of those pairs of differential traces goes to one resistor. If R523/R524/R525 have the same kinds of pairs of traces running to them, it's likely they're the same value as 526/527. You could remove and measure R525, and then use that value for the two missing ones.
Dang you have a good eye!

I appreciate the help but i dont have any of those resistors on mee cause i dont know the values of emm
Sorry, my bad. Up vote @MrTeal.
 
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Zai varun

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Yeah, R526 and R527 is the designation of the resistor, it doesn't tell you anything about what value of resistor you need to replace it with.

It's hard to tell without a better picture, but it looks one of those pairs of differential traces goes to one resistor. If R523/R524/R525 have the same kinds of pairs of traces running to them, it's likely they're the same value as 526/527. You could remove and measure R525, and then use that value for the two missing ones.
Is there a chance that i ill totally fry my gpu trying that or is it safe
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