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Can I replace 216-0732023 with 216-0732025 or 216-0732019 chips?

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  • dukefawks
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    Check PM...

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  • MaxFix
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    Yes I have.

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  • dukefawks
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    Do you have a reball template for this chip? I tried this chip in place of 2019 but that gives problems. Chip needs to be reballed but was new.

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  • MaxFix
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    Duke, I'm in Amsterdam... Please pm me how much you want for it and I will pay.

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  • dukefawks
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    I have a few 026 that I'm not going to use. Are you EU based?

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  • MaxFix
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    Thanks Duke. I only find 0732026 from SEE that are refurbished, which is reballed I supposed. Reballing I can do myself but something tells me that it aint gonna solve the problem for a very long time.

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  • dukefawks
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    Dont't think so. M98XT is also 0732026, maybe try that one.

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  • Can I replace 216-0732023 with 216-0732025 or 216-0732019 chips?

    Hi there,

    I have a graphic card to fix. Its an AMD ATI HD 4870 M98 XT from Alienware laptop. I can't source the exact same chip from anywhere (SEE doesn't have it): 216-0732023 and I was wondering if I can put 216-0732025 or 216-0732019 instead?

    Thanks.

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