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  1. Chris McKenzie says:

    I just repaired a gtx 1080 i got from a friend so thanks for the learnings i got from you. also jus curious what was the job of the inductor in this circuit

  2. Bernie Shine says:

    More motherboard videos please the motherboard in standing position would be nice to see like your explanation very correct and right to the point got many tips about voltages and how to diagnose

  3. Isah Izhen Fahm says:

    More motherboard repairs? 🙋 yes please. Dude's a genius. I believe that before any repairs can start, physical inspection is important.

  4. James Colby says:

    Nice job and very appreciated, both would be an abundance of information as there is not too much of it on the interweb that is easy to find.

  5. Ilan Binkovitch says:

    You have SPI connector near the BIOS . Meaning you can flash BIOS without power to the board itself, but by external PC using SPIPGM.EXE and homemade cable -google

  6. Nick Chesshir says:

    It's nice seeing a repair that isn't common. Definitely would like to see more of these.
    Also the orientation was a good idea cause you can see everything just fine

  7. BlueThumbDIY says:

    Nice job, very helpful. I'm repairing a MSI Z390 MEG ACE, which is a beast and deserves to be brought back to life. I've got a question that you may be able to answer, and save this world the travesty of losing a high-end board…or at least offer a best-guess. I can get the board to power on by jumpering the 24-pin connector from the backside of the motherboard, meaning bridge pins 4 and 5 (same as paperclip method to test a psu…but while connected to the mobo). I have to do that because the power switch header is not working correctly. The board powers up correctly doing this header bypass trick and everything seems to work. I can even turn off the board by using the power header once I have 12V rails fired up. I'm fairly certain this is a 5V standby power issue as that is what drives the soft-start circuit…especially since the standby power LED won't light up either. My best guess is it's a transistor issue on the 5V rail. Maybe I'm getting current in one direction but not the other. Honestly, a lot of great boards fail this way. Some cheap 5V component goes out and a very expensive motherboard is tossed in the garbage. Any ideas?

  8. JCLBXFiX says:

    Im new to the channel and your videos are good. One thing i would suggest is giving the cost of everything you repair. As a viewer i thinks is something that somehow catches our attention for good. Keep it up mate!

  9. Chad Chism says:

    Yes mobo vids too, i like both ,and watching primarily your vids ve repaire 2 gpus and I have at. Least 2 dead boards and stuff laying around,and thaaaanks for making these videos, I love learning, and good job, oh. And the orientation is fine.

  10. Ali Moradi says:

    Usually the pin number 8 on bios chip is vcc. Also you can take it out and program it with an eeprom programmer. I've 3 of them. But a chip CH341A will do fine for BIOS chips. And I suggest you to put an Inductor back in place because it will prevent of rush current going through.

  11. vanrazvan per says:

    Hi, I like the diversity of a channel, I think is a good idea 💡 to repair something else.
    By the way my favorite channel. Keep the good work , nice explanation ✌️

  12. amtpdb1 says:

    The format is great. How did you know that you could put in a 0 ohm resistor instead of the inductor? If an inductor was installed in that spot, wouldn't the voltage be different on each pin? I am just asking as I want to learn and I don't know but was thinking that would be true. Thanks for the videos.

  13. Christopher Butt says:

    Great work, good description of the steps you're taking very easy to follow! Thanks for the video, do make more! I've stacks of 'dead' motherboards and GPUs that I want to try and repair!

  14. Amusia says:

    I had a strange issue with a Z490 Tomahawk where plugging in a USB cable into a PCIe USB card caused my PC to stop turning on. Tried powering it with Power SW but nothing happened (no PSU fan spin). Reckon it could be a similar issue to this?

  15. Cartel Blanc says:

    Great video! I would have to agree that any repair video would be extremely helpful. I did just have my water block spill into my rear template. Any possibility you could try your hand at water damage on a motherboard?

  16. Tadas Ragauskas says:

    "Okay"… you have to make some merchandise with word "OKAY" Tech Cemetary 😀 when you will have more subs 😀 and dont rush explaining and do more on camera soldering not behind it. Soldering can be speed up but better do on camera

  17. Derpkips31415 says:

    just finished watching this video, loved the diagnosis. the orientation is good! hd footage of clear diagnosis is already so good, even if you did a vertical orientation.

  18. Heisenberg says:

    People don't care about the orientation that's way too specific we just wanna learn and maybe tell how you got where you are good vids keep it up. But the widescreen intuition is a great one.

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