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Vram toast.

Luzbelth

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Hi, i have a Gtx 780 Asus Poseidon 3GB. I bought it for repair, it had a vram module toast ( I used Nvidia Mats to determinate it) Exactly the module is the A1; (I had flux, soldering machine, etc). I think that i put out the A1 but really i put out the F1. I did it exactly like the Youtuber Show SFDX did it in his videos. So, i haven't idea what module is the A1 (The gpu has 12 modules) Can someone tell me how can i determinate what module is the A1?

Thanks, i hope someone know how do it.
 

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If you look at the gpu chip. Specifically the corner with an arrow on it. Your ram modules are counted starting from the opposite corner. So if the arrow is say top left of the chip, then you start at the lower right hand side. The modules run in order of a1, a0, b1, b0, etc. Sorry for the poor editing. Done on my phone.
 

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Luzbelth

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Thanks you for reply. No, that doesn't work. If you read my message u know that i tried to put out 1A (Exactly the same in your photo). But when i use mats again the chip put out was F1 not the A1. For that reason i ask if there is another way or order to the vram chip.
 
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