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should I put the mems and graphics into mobo or separate them?
Just put them in separate plastic bags and freeze them. It doesn't really matter. The most important factor is to let them dry properly afterwards.
    
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what exactly is the point of freezing them? does the extreme cold somehow reset the components because of shrinkage? BTW freezers are very dry environments so you shouldn't worry too much about that I don't think.
    
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what exactly is the point of freezing them? does the extreme cold somehow reset the components because of shrinkage? BTW freezers are very dry environments so you shouldn't worry too much about that I don't think.
I think it has something to do with the solder shrinking when freezed and when it heats up again it expands.
    
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I think it has something to do with the solder shrinking when freezed and when it heats up again it expands.
Wouldn't baking do a better job of reflowing the solder on the PCBs of his GPU, Mobo, and memory?

I wouldn't suggest doing either. Something about putting a component in a situation it was not meant for throws me off.

That's what RMA is for.
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Wouldn't baking do a better job of reflowing the solder on the PCBs of his GPU, Mobo, and memory?

I wouldn't suggest doing either. Something about putting a component in a situation it was not meant for throws me off.

That's what RMA is for.
Baking a motherboard is not a smart Idea. Freezing will not harm it. Baking will.
    
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Baking a motherboard is not a smart Idea. Freezing will not harm it. Baking will.
Would freezing even work?

Some proof of would be great!
    
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Would freezing even work?

Some proof of would be great!
People have fixed mem sticks by freezing them.

OP has nothing to lose. As his mobo/system is not working. And I don't believe he has Warranty any longer. So freezing is really no big deal. You never know..
    
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People have fixed mem sticks by freezing them.

OP has nothing to lose. As his mobo/system is not working. And I don't believe he has Warranty any longer. So freezing is really no big deal. You never know..
Should try it on the 280 GTX I have laying around. I baked that 2 times now and both times it fixed it. But not for very long. haha (Really I cbf with that bloody thing anymore)
    
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Should try it on the 280 GTX I have laying around. I baked that 2 times now and both times it fixed it. But not for very long. haha (Really I cbf with that bloody thing anymore)
Yeah, put it in the freezer. I've read about people not being able to fix their failed mem using baking, but the freezer helped. And they even overclocked better than before
    
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try a stick of ur brothers ram.

did u ever try the onboard graphics? make sure to take ur gpu out
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