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Help identifying a surface mount capacitor

Discussion in 'NVIDIA' started by 676AZZKIKR, Jan 19, 2013.

  1. 676AZZKIKR New Member

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    New to the forum and I have a question I hope someone out there can help me out with.

    If anyone could identify this capacitor from a nvidia quadro nvs 450 and where I can get it that would be great!

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    If you can't see what's written on it.

    948
    SVP
    100
    20
     
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    Are you sure that isn't 5VP, not SVP? That could signify a 5v cap.

    Edit: I lied. I have a 8600 GTS here with similar caps. Definitely SVP. :|

    Found some stuff:
    http://us.sanyo.com/Electronic-Devices-Components/OS-CON

    If you find out exactly what the model is you should be able to find it on Newark here.

    Edit:

    This might help: http://www.capacitorlab.com/capacitor-types-polymer/
    The cap is an aluminum cap with the following features:
    100uf
    20v

    You want this: http://www.newark.com/sanyo/20svp100m/capacitor-alum-elec-20/dp/98K6374
     
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    The top line is the case number, the second line is series, third is capacitance and fourth voltage.
     
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    Holy smokes thanks for the fast response guys!!
     

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