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Initial Connector Broken(Input from wire that goes to PSU and Computer.

3/4 of my connectors are broken, if i need to sauter new connectors on, what do i need to use, or just use conventional sauter and smack it on there.

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Re: Initial Connector Broken(Input from wire that goes to PSU and Computer. - ATI RADEON X1600 Pro 512MB AGP Graphic Card...

You need electronic solder.. 60/40

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