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RIP my R9 290x welcome to the fam r9 280x (R9 is the one without heat sink) gonna try to revive it 1 more time. It died last night while intalling everything in my new cosmos se case why IDK but i had to buy a 280x today =/

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RIP my R9 290x welcome to the fam r9 280x (R9 is the one without heat sink) gonna try to revive it 1 more time. It died last night while intalling everything in my new cosmos se case why IDK but i had to buy a 280x today =/

really? no idea at all what might have killed it?

 

If so, my money is that the carpet had something to do with it.


Edited by Red1776 - 10/17/14 at 7:48pm
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I don't know how effective it is, but you could try putting the graphics card in a toaster oven with the door open for 10 minutes and see if it works after that.
http://www.overclockers.com/the-oven-trick-repairing-your-broken-video-card-with-an-oven/
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static is a nasty thing... i'm 100% sure that is what killed my 580.

reflowing won't help a static death..
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Guys. How can I re-mount my VRM fan. But in a more permanent fashion? I went to a LAN the otherday and knocked the fan off. And I don't want to stick it on with tape again. I want a permanent solution. This is how I had it and how I would like it back like that again.

Go to the hardware store and fine the perfect size machine thread screw that fits between the fins on the heatsink. I have yet to be stumped (even on the oddest shaped VRM HS) for  a machine screw that will fit between the fins. smile.gif
Yeha that might work for your orientation. But as you can see on the way I mounted my VRM fan it was actually a bit away from the actual heatsink. So I do not think a screw would suffice in this case
gonna have to DIY a mount for it i think

or long screws with spacers
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post #41346 of 67694
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really? no idea at all what might have killed it?

If so, my money is that the carpet had something to do with it.

No because this was an after pic I did all the work on a wood floor. Everything I used ic diamond as Tim and my die has scratches it came on once during its death but it had blue horizontal lines during my bios phase. Another thing was after it's death I looked under the vrms and noticed the thermal pad look oily. So I checked out the 280x and it was tiny bit oily this is brand new never opened. Another thing to note the 280x has Hynix mem and the 290x has elpida. Also no cracks on the die just scratches.
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post #41347 of 67694
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No because this was an after pic I did all the work on a wood floor. Everything I used ic diamond as Tim and my die has scratches it came on once during its death but it had blue horizontal lines during my bios phase. Another thing was after it's death I looked under the vrms and noticed the thermal pad look oily. So I checked out the 280x and it was tiny bit oily this is brand new never opened. Another thing to note the 280x has Hynix mem and the 290x has elpida. Also no cracks on the die just scratches.
most common cause of static death is user not properly grounding themselves prior to touching an ic... when I work with my pc I use non powdered latex gloves and an antistatic strap connected to a properly grounded psu... I've yet to kill a single ic from static... although I did kill a hard drive and a motherboard once from a high powered transit magnet...rip Athlon 2 board rip Seagate 10gb HD lol
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post #41348 of 67694
Hello i have little problems to get my memory stable @ 1600 or 1866. My memory is rated 1866mhz 1.5v and worked very well with phenom cpu and got 1866mhz stable. But now with 8320e i cant i can put very lazy timings and up voltages and still wont boot it only boot well with 1333mhz and with 1600mhz its sometimes freeze. I made memtest86+ and all my sticks was good any tips maybe? Board is UD7. So memory controllers on FX series are worster than am3 cpus?
post #41349 of 67694
@Kavistol (page 4135)

In the US and Canada, where the power is 110 V. When you use the power switch on the power supply the hot and neutral is SUPPOSED to be disconnected and the ground stays connected. The switch is required to be double ended. Touching the case or connecting your anti-static mat to the case should work connected to the metal part of the case. Using the gray plastic bag or the black or pink foam that your motherboard came in can be used as a static mat. Just connect a jumper wire to the bag or foam and metal part of the case. Just remember to to ground yourself before you touch any boards./cards and touch the edges and keep your fingers off the contacts. In places were 220v is the power source, grounding may not be readily available.

In the US and Canada working on a power supply requires a isolation transformer supply (work bench transformer). Those are easy to get. The hard part is getting the schematic. If you use an oscilloscope
it must be battery powered and NOT plugged in.

Living or working in an older house built before the electrical code required 3 prong plugs, can be a challenge getting a UPS to work properly. A UPS will not work unless you have a good ground. Working through a UPS (line interactive) In those older structures with steam or hot water heating and two wire systems is your best bet. You can get that tingling feeling with certain electrical devices when you touch the radiator. The reason your are advised to disconnect the power plug is the wiring or the power supply switch can be faulty or single ended <-- (that is a no no in the USA).

BTW I am a retired high power radar repair tech, Yes I did my share of smoke generation and got tingled, once just once. Once bit, thrice shy, LOL RF burns SUCK.
Edited by warpuck - 10/18/14 at 8:41am
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@Kavistol (page 4135)

In the US and Canada, where the power is 110 V. When you use the power switch on the power supply the hot and neutral is SUPPOSED to be disconnected and the ground stays connected. The switch is required to be double ended. Touching the case or connecting your anti-static mat to the case should work connected to the metal part of the case. Using the gray plastic bag or the black or pink foam that your motherboard came in can be used as a static mat. Just connect a jumper wire to the bag or foam and metal part of the case. Just remember to to ground yourself before you touch any boards./cards and touch the edges and keep your fingers off the contacts. In places were 220v is the power source, grounding may not be readily available. In the US and Canada working on a power supply requires a isolation transformer supply (work bench transformer). Those are easy to get. The hard part is getting the schematic. Living or working in an older house built before the electrical code required 3 prong plugs, can be a challenge getting a UPS to work properly. A UPS will not work unless you have a good ground. In those older structures with steam or hot water heating and two wire systems you can get that tingling feeling with certain electrical devices when you touch the radiator. The reason your are advised to disconnect the power plug is the wiring or the power supply switch can be faulty or single ended <-- (that is a no no in the USA).

I live in an older house... I had to do some wiring work on a few plugs... some were grounded... some not... just so happened ... the one in here wasn't... I ran a ground wire myself and hooked it to the "ground" connector on my UPS... and yes it was needed for any who would ask... I would have totally replaced all wires in the house... but they used 8 gauge solid 3 conductor wire, each conductor is .125 thick... awesome wire, they just didn't bother to hook up the ground in some rooms for whatever reason... most did have it though... weird... kookoo.gif
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