Yep - What you circled is what got nicked in mine.
I already know to get these from another chip and how to do all that, I just haven't had opportunity to do it yet.
The one that got nicked in mine affected the cache as said because before that it was all working correctly but afterwards, the L2 cache wasn't working. Checked it and saw the affected component, knew what to do from there - I just haven't done the deed yet.
I don't know the configuration of every CPU from AM1 to AM3, but the "golden rule" is the capacitors nearest to your main memory on the CPU is for memory, but not always all of them. It's likely only three of the four support the memory for this CPU.
You can use a MM to identify them as it's connected to the same power plane as your main memory. The computer does not need to be on to buzz them out. There will be one or two for the Hypertransport, one - three for something else & the remaining will be for the core. How it's split-up depends on the CPU model part number.