[SOLVED] Where to find replacement for a 10A Fuse for a Sapphire Rx 480 Gpu

jay32267

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These are all surface mount, 10 amp fuses.
https://www.newark.com/search?st=surface mount 10 amp fuse

The thing is....you don't know if the ones you have are slow blow...or fast blow....so to be safe I would go with fast blow (first at least)....then if they blew I would try slow blow (but I don't think fast blow should blow). If fast blow fuses and slow blow fuses both blow...you have a GPU problem.
 
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jay32267

Champion
These are all surface mount, 10 amp fuses.
https://www.newark.com/search?st=surface mount 10 amp fuse

The thing is....you don't know if the ones you have are slow blow...or fast blow....so to be safe I would go with fast blow (first at least)....then if they blew I would try slow blow (but I don't think fast blow should blow). If fast blow fuses and slow blow fuses both blow...you have a GPU problem.
 
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These are all surface mount, 10 amp fuses.
https://www.newark.com/search?st=surface mount 10 amp fuse

The thing is....you don't know if the ones you have are slow blow...or fast blow....so to be safe I would go with fast blow (first at least)....then if they blew I would try slow blow (but I don't think fast blow should blow). If fast blow fuses and slow blow fuses both blow...you have a GPU problem.
My gpu is sapphire rx 480 nitro.. is there any way to know what type of fuses they are
 

jay32267

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My gpu is sapphire rx 480 nitro.. is there any way to know what type of fuses they are
It's going to be tough because manufacturers generally don't put that information out there.
As I said....I would try a couple fast blow fuses...but the thing is....there is a REASON they blew.
I'm thinking there is a good chance there is something wrong with the card anyway....and replacing them might not help you.
 
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It's going to be tough because manufacturers generally don't put that information out there.
As I said....I would try a couple fast blow fuses...but the thing is....there is a REASON they blew.
I'm thinking there is a good chance there is something wrong with the card anyway....and replacing them might not help you.
So I guess i will have to buy a new card now :(
 

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These are all surface mount, 10 amp fuses.
https://www.newark.com/search?st=surface mount 10 amp fuse

The thing is....you don't know if the ones you have are slow blow...or fast blow....so to be safe I would go with fast blow (first at least)....then if they blew I would try slow blow (but I don't think fast blow should blow). If fast blow fuses and slow blow fuses both blow...you have a GPU problem.
I bought a Sapphire RX 470 Nitro "Mining edition" one-HDMI-only GPU.
The SMD ceramic fuse near the PCIe x16 slot says F10A. If I google F10A slow blow, the results don't match much. But if I google "F10A fast blow", there are many fast blow fuses. I think it's safe to say that the "F" before the 10A means "Fast blow". :)
 

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