Broken GTX 980M

Discussion in 'Hardware Components and Aftermarket Upgrades' started by Darker01, Nov 11, 2017.

  1. chrisssj3

    chrisssj3 Notebook Enthusiast

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    I had ordered 5 from ali express already damn.. What do you mean CONUS?
    Do you think the texas one's might be better?
     
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    hackyu Newbie

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    great work, thanks for sharing
     
  3. tilleroftheearth

    tilleroftheearth Wisdom listens quietly...

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    CONUS :D

     
  4. Darker01

    Darker01 Notebook Consultant

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    Continental United States, lower 48 states.Texas Instrument is the manufacturer for that MOSFET. I recommend you to buy from them instead because they are the source, and that stuff bought from them are a lot more likely to work than something on Aliexpress that doesn't even have the manufacturer name in the listing.
     
  5. Brown bear

    Brown bear Notebook Enthusiast

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    For those who live in the states, of course it is better to buy from the manufacturer.
     
  6. Brown bear

    Brown bear Notebook Enthusiast

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    I bought on ebay and Aliexpress, everything works.
     
  7. chrisssj3

    chrisssj3 Notebook Enthusiast

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    What is the proper way to desolder the mosfet?
    And what is the proper way to reattach it?
    Do you guys use the heatgun or solder iron or plied it off somehow.
    And if so how did you do it?
    Because I tried with the heatgun, but in end it wouldn't come off and instead it destroyed the mosfet....

    This is how it ended up.. raped mosfet:
    http://prntscr.com/nyjji5
     
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  8. Brown bear

    Brown bear Notebook Enthusiast

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    my God, do not do it yourself, I ask you, the PCB can swell up and the board will have to be thrown out (((((

    you can put the mosfet on the next place, for this everything is ready, add a little flux, and put on the hair dryer the smallest nozzle, the temperature is 300 -...
     
  9. chrisssj3

    chrisssj3 Notebook Enthusiast

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    What do you mean, I need to replace the broken one right now, right? I mean I can do other ones but first the broken one you see on the picture?

    I have flux, and Hairdryer.
     
  10. Brown bear

    Brown bear Notebook Enthusiast

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    You must clean this place! Apply flux and remove the solder residue, then apply a new solder on the heels, and you can already solder a new mosfet. Or you can put it in the next place (this is on the right)
     
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