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Attempting repair! Can you identify this fried part?

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2015/01/19 19:14:06 (permalink)
I am going to attempt repair on this mobo purely for the fun of seeing if I can get this thing to work!  I am hoping someone has an intact board and can identify this fried component.  Part number on this mobo is 132-CK-NF79-A1.  I am going to take a swag and say that this is a polyswitch, its green (was green), and says 150F 24V with a funky symbol just before the "150F".  If anyone can verify I would be forever grateful.
 


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    Re: Attempting repair! Can you identify this fried part? 2015/01/19 19:19:59 (permalink)
    WOW! a EVGA 132-CK-NF79-A1 LGA 775 NVIDIA nForce 790i Ultra SLI ATX Intel Motherboard.
    What dose the back look like?
     
    What where you doing when it happened?

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    Re: Attempting repair! Can you identify this fried part? 2015/01/19 19:45:53 (permalink)
    That back looks fine, I can't see any noticeable damage.  No idea what happened, this was a donation from a friend.  I can ask, but he didn't volunteer any information when he handed it over.  What do you think?
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    Re: Attempting repair! Can you identify this fried part? 2015/01/19 20:03:48 (permalink)
    If I can positively identify the component, I can attempt to replace it.  Let me know if you guys can verify that little part!
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    Re: Attempting repair! Can you identify this fried part? 2015/01/19 20:08:51 (permalink)
    Hmmm......I would just look for a replacement.
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    Re: Attempting repair! Can you identify this fried part? 2015/01/19 21:24:01 (permalink)
    Well I could of course replace the board, but like I said, this is just for the fun of it.  I might even have the component if someone could look at their motherboard and let me know what the SMD says on it.  The part is about $.50 or so.  Anyone have this board that can look at this for me?
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    Re: Attempting repair! Can you identify this fried part? 2015/01/19 22:20:42 (permalink)
    I have a 790 FTW and the part number on the top is 158P

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    Re: Attempting repair! Can you identify this fried part? 2015/01/20 05:48:55 (permalink)

    URL : http://www.computerra.ru/...latform/evga/03big.jpg
     
    I'm guessing here. From the information you guys shared. and the F symbol. That's a fuse. X150F 24V
     
    MINISMDC150F/24-02 SMDC150F/24-02 150F 24V 1.5A patch self recovery fuse 1812
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    Re: Attempting repair! Can you identify this fried part? 2015/01/20 07:02:07 (permalink)
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    I have a 790 FTW and the part number on the top is 158P



    Hold on, that "P" designation on a pcb is for a male connector plug. I know the Ultra and FTW are a little different so that may not be what he has on his board.


    EDIT: To the OP, I looked at a couple picts of the ultra board highly magnified that I could find and it looks like the part that blew says "RT1F1". Whats weird is that ,traditionally, RT1 would be a thermistor and the first one on the pcb, but the odd part is the F1 with it. F is usually a fuse so this may be a specialized part or its just a specialized code for this type of thermistor.
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    Re: Attempting repair! Can you identify this fried part? 2015/01/20 10:51:51 (permalink)
    I do some board level repair, it's a Polyswitch fuse.  But considering it burnt up so bad there may be another component shorted out on the board some where.  It may just go up in smoke again without finding the short first.

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    Re: Attempting repair! Can you identify this fried part? 2015/02/09 20:17:54 (permalink)
    I have one of these boards with a bad PS/2. I've been meaning to repair it to try and make it a spare LAN box.
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