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Originally Posted by pharcycle View Post

I'd say it sounds like you've blown up your GPU

You could have shorted anything to anything else by touching random parts of your card with a metal object. There probably are fuses on the card but they would likely be to protect against surges from the power supply, motherboard or some other predicable event- to protect against touching anything on the board would be a near impossibly task without fully encasing the components in resin.

Potentially you could have put over 20A through a chip rated for 50mA if you shorted the wrong parts and the damaged component(s) may not even be near where you touched it. Even if you tracked down all the damaged parts, they're surface mount components and some parts are ball grid arrays which mean all the solder points are underneath the chip itself and you can't readily solder them at home

What were you doing to short it out? Have you got another graphics card to test if you've taken any other parts of your computer out at the same time?

ummmm yeah, don't think there is fuses on a gpu...............
     
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ummmm yeah, don't think there is fuses on a gpu...............

not in the traditional, pop down to radioshack for a 5A plug fuse but there will be some in-circuit protection either in the form of thyristors or as a small surface mount fuse not intended to be replaced by the user
 
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post #13 of 48
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not in the traditional, pop down to radioshack for a 5A plug fuse but there will be some in-circuit protection either in the form of thyristors or as a small surface mount fuse not intended to be replaced by the user

I've never heard of anything being put on a card meant to fail to protect the card from even PSU surges, let alone from random pieces of metal being put on the card.

Secondly, lets say there was one, is the OP going to just go and learn how to unsolder surface mount stuff and solder on new ones?


No
Edited by EpicAMDGamer - 4/7/13 at 11:42am
     
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you can always check and use onboard video if you have it on the system. If it boots up fine then most likely you blew the card.

i would also change the PCI-E power connectors again only if you can use different one
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I've never heard of anything being put on a card meant to fail to protect the card from even PSU surges, let alone from random pieces of metal being put on the card.

Secondly, lets say there was one, is the OP going to just go and learn how to unsolder surface mount stuff and solder on new ones?


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Yes there is. But anyway he was suggesting he blew a fuse but doesn't need to change it, duh.
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post #17 of 48
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Yes there is. But anyway he was suggesting he blew a fuse but doesn't need to change it, duh.

Tell me what it is then and where it is.

If you can't do so then the fact that they exist is IRRELEVANT, that's my point, who gives a crap about something that can't be fixed, whether its broke or a fuse is broke it needs to be RMA'd.
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who gives a crap about something that can't be fixed.

well, me, I'm interested in how things are put together, how they work and how they fail. Sorry for offending you

I think if you examine most electronics you'll see many small SMD fuses like these (http://www.te.com/en/products/circuit-protection/browse-products/overcurrent-devices/fuses.html)

Yes, you can't do much about it (although SMD are much easier to change than BGA) it was purely to help people learn something
 
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well, me, I'm interested in how things are put together, how they work and how they fail. Sorry for offending you

I think if you examine most electronics you'll see many small SMD fuses like these (http://www.te.com/en/products/circuit-protection/browse-products/overcurrent-devices/fuses.html)

Yes, you can't do much about it (although SMD are much easier to change than BGA) it was purely to help people learn something

As an aspiring engineer I agree. If something goes catastrophically wrong in a build I like to perform an "autopsy" to understand what went wrong, and why, so as to better understand how I can avoid making the same mistakes in future.
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Do you think he can revive the card by baking it? Just a theory.
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