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XFX motherboard SLI 8-wide jumper replacement

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#1 KeredRednaxela


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Posted 05 June 2011 - 10:56 AM

I have a computer I'm repairing for a friend. It has an XFX MD-A72P-7509 motherboard. It was supposed to be set up for SLI, which means two groups of jumper sets need to be properly shorted. The jumpers are divided into 2 main rows, each row consisting of 16 3-pin sets. For SLI, each main row needs pins 2 + 3 connected. This is done through 2 8-pin wide jumper caps.

My problem here is one of the four jumper caps is broken. Since this isn't a standard size I'm having difficulty locating a replacement. I dont have enough small ones lying around, and I don't think they would fit anyways.

Does anyone know of a manufacturer that sells non-standard jumper caps like this?

If it would help, I can post pictures later.

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