Motherboard markings can be confusing, especially when there's hardly any room to print component IDs next to parts that are smaller than a grain of rice. In your photo, capacitor C676 is easily identified as the mark is printed just to the right of the part. In cases where there is no room, the manufacturer will either not print anything, or give you a "map" that indicates the relative positions of the components. If you don't mind, I've taken your photo and highlighted what I mean:http://www.kawakami-ca.com/images/x41t_overclock.jpg
For resistors R710(?), R708, R709 and R711, they are mounted on the board just above where the four IDs are printed. For resistor R662, it's probably located nearby and is surrounded by the same number of parts as what is printed in the box on the board.
What's critical besides finding the right resistor, is how the wire jumper is connected. From the looks of it, one side of C676 is connected to system ground. I'm assuming that the other end of C676 is what is supposed to go to R662. Regardless, there's two ends of a resistor and you will need to attach the jumper to the correct side. If you pick the wrong end, you may do some permanent damage to the motherboard.