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Offline saronno

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... hard to find (at least here in europe)?

The chip I need is a RT8125DGQW from richtek, but it seems I can get one only from china (and it take weeks if you dont' want to spende
a fortune for the shipping).
There is a lot of PWM buck regulator from ST, renases, intersil, etc .... but I just can't find one of the same pinout.
Richtek has a page where you can find their counterpart for other companies regulator. But what I need was the other way around.

Any idea??

 

Offline ledtester

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Do you need one with a compatible pinout?

Otherwise I'd perform a parametric search, e.g.

https://www.ti.com/power-management/non-isolated-dc-dc-switching-regulators/step-down-buck/products.html

for TI products.
 

Offline saronno

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Yes, I need one with the same pinout ... I am repairing a graphics card with no memory voltage ... this chip
is the one who manage that voltage and of course it was shorted.
 

Offline saronno

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« Last Edit: April 17, 2021, 01:03:18 pm by saronno »
 


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