FS: Clevo P870KM Parts + DEAD GTX 1080 + 7700k + SSDs

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  1. DaMafiaGamer

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    There is little hope bro, once that circuit is fried it’s nearly impossible unless you make a jumper.
     
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    Make a jumper?

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    Forget jumpers, Ockham's razor... no wonder it didn't have any life with the BIOS chip attached like that, the 4 pins on either side are completely bridged with those giants gob of solder. It's also not on straight.

    Have a look at any of Louis Rossman's repair videos on youtube for an idea what SM packages should look like when properly attached

    R428 is on the SLCK pin (page 74 of service manual) which goes between BIOS and main EC so, yeah, that'll be needed.
     
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    Yeah your right lol, the quality was so **** I didn’t see it was bridged. Part of it is fault of my internet lol:D
     
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    So even with the chip soldered on properly I still need the Capactior?

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    Most likely, did you try turning it on after soldering like that?
     
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    Yes power light comes on for a second that's it

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    It’s been shorted then. It might be too late, even after the bios chip is desoldered the laptop will boot but the bios chip is likely fried along with a few data lines on the mb. Bro you should have asked me for help if you didn’t know, we are all here to help man.
     
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    My options are currently are buy another P870KM Board and another 1080 with a new KM CPU Heatsink and Vapor Chamber since the current one is ****ed and glued together for some reason! Or buy the overpriced eurocom TM Upgrade and a 2nd 1080.

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    Dear @woodzstack can you please help @TheDantee in this regards, he is in Canada and maybe he lives near or something. I feel that the situation is not so bad as we saw in the picture, and it can be fixed with the right hands that's all.
     
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