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Old 09-12-2021, 10:51 AM   #3
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Default Re: Strange resistance readings on Radeon RX6800 VRM

Hi Momaka
Thanks. It shouldn't be too difficult to see if this phase goes to the same controller as the other phases, for example if there is an 8 phase VRM controller

But I couldn't find a datasheet for the coil driver IC either so that does not exactly help

Because this one phase still has a very low resistance to ground it also seems odd to me that it would be a singleton as you mentioned.

I could just try powering the card up and measure the voltage on this and other inductors on the VRM - but I really would like to understand what I am looking at first.
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