Question Burnt motherboard. Is it possible to fix?

Jun 27, 2019
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I have a Hasee laptop which uses the clevo model P655-HP6. It shutdown when I was normally using.
I cannot boot it up right now and I think the problem is with this burnt part that is on the second image.
I wanted to know what is the part that is burnt. Is it a mosfet? And whether this could be fixed without replacing the whole motherboard.
Thanks for the help!

 

Lutfij

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It looks like part of the power delivery circuit for the GPU you zoomed into, next to it, to the right. The repair wont be long lived and if anything I think the issue is also with the quality of the component used. You're better off replacing the board.
 
Jun 27, 2019
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It looks like part of the power delivery circuit for the GPU you zoomed into, next to it, to the right. The repair wont be long lived and if anything I think the issue is also with the quality of the component used. You're better off replacing the board.
The main reason I am asking is that if the motherboard needs to be replaced I will need to send it to the manufacturer in China and that will cost a lot on deliveries. Is the power delivery circuit hard to find or costly? Is it possible to be fixed at a computer repair shop?

Thanks for the reply!
 

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