Hey there folks. A friend of mine was having a few problems with his PC and asked if I could take a look at it. Well, I took his PC home and it seems to be having all kinds of BSODs attributing to the video card. I popped out the card and figured it could be a heat issue as I know ATI tends to goop on tons of thermal interface material on their cards. Well uppon inspecting the card before I took off the heatsink I noticed that there is a row of capacitors that seems to have been knocked off the board. I know they were on the board because there is little slivers of solder left on the pads. Here are a couple of pictures depicting the situation. Picture of front of card... http://img58.imageshack.us/my.php?image=022300060ll.jpg Close up of the bank of missing capacitors... http://img58.imageshack.us/my.php?image=022300074jj.jpg Since be bought this card second-hand a year ago, he has no warranty. Is there any way to figure out what capacitors are used in this situation and have them re-soldered back on? Also, the first picture shows a number hand written in gold pen. I have never seen this writing before except for beta cards that are sent out to reviewers. Would this mean that this card could possibly be a beta card that ended out going back to ATi for RMA and somehow got recirculated back to the consumer market? I would greatly appreciate any help with this. Thank you!!!