This is probably more a question for Majsta I guess.
After having got my Vampire pretty stable following the socket change, I would like to get the intermittent screen blackouts resolved as much as possible. Lower resolutions and pixel clocks partially resolve the issue but I have seen quite a few people have greatly improved this by changing the DIGITAL-VIDEO resisters from the current 270ohm values (more info here https://www.a1k.org/forum/showthread.php?t=61776)
I can see that the V500 and V600 v2.1 (and some v2 cards) has less of these blackout issues reported, and notice that they all have capacitors in place of these resisters.
So my question is what it is better to swap these to, 27ohm resisters instead of the 270ohm which better suits the DIGITAL-VIDEO signal level, or to swap them for capacitors. if capacitors then what value (I have seen 100nf mentioned).