Solved Blown cap? Tags: Motherboards Overclocking Last response: August 30, 2010 11:27 AM in Overclocking Share jrhii August 29, 2010 3:46:27 AM Does this cap look blown, or am I just overly hopeful I have found the problem. There does seem to be a noticable bump, but it dosn't appear to be fully blown open. It's just right of the nb in the pic below, and you can see others on the board in this pic too. More about : blown cap jrhii August 29, 2010 3:47:24 AM if you click on them you can see the full size pics. m 0 l Best solution davcon a c 117 V Motherboard a c 183 K Overclocking August 30, 2010 2:42:03 AM The 2nd pic in particular definitely looks like a blown cap.Judging by the top bulge. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacitor_plague Share Related resources Compaq presario r3000 blown cap/diode - Forum Graphics card blown caps replacement? - Forum Wire blown on graphics card? - Forum one capacitor out of three blown on Dell vostro V130 motherboard - Forum Psu blown capacitor - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer jrhii August 30, 2010 2:51:27 AM Thank you! I've never come across one before and I just wanted to see if anyone could verify this too. It definitely feels rounded at the top compared to a few others too. The computer this works to seems to operate other then if you put in a PCI-e gfx card, there will be a lot of artifacts on the screen and sometimes it crashes. Does this seem a feasible culprit. m 0 l jrhii August 30, 2010 3:00:28 AM Best answer selected by jrhii. m 0 l davcon a c 117 V Motherboard a c 183 K Overclocking August 30, 2010 11:27:35 AM jrhii said:Thank you! I've never come across one before and I just wanted to see if anyone could verify this too. It definitely feels rounded at the top compared to a few others too. The computer this works to seems to operate other then if you put in a PCI-e gfx card, there will be a lot of artifacts on the screen and sometimes it crashes. Does this seem a feasible culprit. Definitely if you read the symptoms section in the link i posted your gpu problem is referred to. Unfortunately the whole system will suffer instability over time. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedHave I blown the PSU? Forum SolvedPioneer VSX-527 Blown, smoking Forum SolvedFull blown crash Forum SolvedI believe i have blown a head gasket. it looks like oil and water are mixed in my radiator overflow. there isn't any water in Forum SolvedReplaced blown PSU, computer shutting down after a few minutes. Forum SolvedCan i overcome "CAP" ? Forum SolvedRam stuck at 1333 but Mother Board and CPU can cap at 1866 Forum SolvedHelp me with my build - $1,000 cap Forum SolvedGaming Problem - Low Fps Cap on most Games Forum SolvedPSU Blown up, 2nd in 6 months. Forum Solvedneed help blown up power supply BIG BOOM!!!!! Forum SolvedDoes the refresh rate of a monitor cap the "FPS-age" of my games? Forum SolvedReplacing some blown out/old parts. Looking for advices Forum SolvedRunning into a brick wall @ 4.0 GHZ AMD FX 8320 + NON PWM fans (Fans wont cap at 2500rpms) Forum SolvedName of .CAP file for Maximus Hero VII? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !