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|Mounting Technology||Through Hole, SMD, BGA, Sockets|
|Capacitor Types||Aluminum Electrolytic, Ceramic|
The Asus P48533-V is a full-size ATX motherboard from 2002, designed for the Pentium 4 and Celeron processors of that era.
Swollen/leaking capacitors near processor
- This motherboard was made during the capacitor plague, and some of the electrolytic caps near the processor are likely to swell and leak. It is unknown what symptoms this may cause, and it is advisable to replace these caps before powering on the board.
- Replace the six (one single and a group of five) larger 3300 μF low impedance caps near the processor, RefDes CE11, CE12, CE17, CE18, CE19, and CE21, and optionally the others listed below.
For board revision1.01
|CE11, CE12, CE17, CE18, CE19, CE21||6||3300 µF||6.3 V||Radial Lead||10 mm||25 mm||5 mm||105 °C||Aluminum Electrolytic||Nichicon||HM(M)|
|CE22||1||680 µF||10 V||Radial Lead||8 mm||3.5 mm||105 °C||Aluminum Electrolytic||GSC?||T22A?|
Basic PCB Name
|RefDes||Qty||Compatible Part Number||Order Links|
|CE11, CE12, CE17, CE18, CE19, CE21||6||6.3ZLJ3300M10X25||Digikey Mouser|
If parts are not available or different selection is preferred, you can use the values in the Original Parts section to perform a parametric search.
- Drivers, Compatibility info, and Manual courtesy of Asus