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ASUS GeForce 6800 V9999 board

The power suppy in my pc blew up, all smoking and everything, really nasty, however it only blew the board of my 6800, toasted it, there's a mini crater where pcb and tracks once were. So i was wondering if it was possible to replace the board only, as i have the original heatsink and fan assembly. Thank you for your time

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You should contact ASUS and ask them if there's anything they can do. I doubt that it's possible. You will probably have to buy another card. Good luck.

Posted on Jun 20, 2007


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