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Tops blown off

Last month while running my computer there was a loud electrical snap from inside the computer.
I didn't really think anything about cause the computer was still running and I havn't any problems with it.
Today I went to put the motherboard into a new case and I notice 4 capacitors (I think) with their tops blown off.
The number on them are F255-1500--6.3v.
Question is why is the board still running?
Can I keep on running it?
I'm fixing to check to see what kind of warranty this board has and what do I tell the RMA people what is wrong if the board still works?


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This isn't going to solve your issue, but my opinion is that if even if your computer is still running it is still an issue that they should look at especially if the board is still under warranty. I wouldn't say a thing about the computer still being able to run, especially if they will warranty it.

I have seen capacitors burn up, but not the tops blowing off. Even though the board is still working you may have a feature of some sort out, such as you onboard video or something. I almost bet that something is still wrong, and it would be a matter of time before you have more issues.

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