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Just in case anyone has this issue.
I was replacing fans in my case and had to unplug the gpu. after plugging it back in it had no signal. i used another card and signal was back. tried different machines and the card still didnt work. it would actually shut itselft off.
After about an hour of trying to figure out what happened i decided to go Martha Stewart on the card and ended up baking the card in the oven (voided the warranty before), and now it works better than even.
Score in valley (0aa ultra) was around the upper 3900 and now its almost 4100 (at 1440p res).
it was a last ditch effort but it worked....for now.

obviously dont do this!
So you think you broke a solder joint somewhere? I mean, the oven can get hot enough I suppose. I would think, I solder at like 610 F with the lower temp solder. Interesting indeed.
Edited by truehighroller1 - 2/3/16 at 9:34am
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I would assume that is the case, did the same to a nixe clock board 6 months ago and it worked (one bulb i ****ed up by soldering 2 connection).
Maybe i broke it a long time ago when i swapped the paste on the card and only yesterday it decided to let me know that.
i baked it at around 194c (google says its 381f) for 12-14 min before assembly.
it smelled but it wasn't strong.
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martha stewart bad

rachel ray good


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Any words on the MSI GTX 980TI OC? Good or to avoid?
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what do you have as a cooler? if you dont mind me asking.

1 EK predator 360... Soon to be 2... A 240mm reservoir and a GPU block.
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Fann speed max is 52%. Dead silent 👍
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@DADDYDC650 Here you go thumb.gif

GM200-150.zip 194k .zip file
Thanks bud. Running my cards at 1405Mhz/8Ghz using stock volts. They run nice and cool. thumb.gif
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Curious if you guys could offer me some advice on which direction to go... I'm going to fit a 980 Ti into a Corsair Air 240, which has a very low height clearance for video cards. They say it's 5.5", but people installing cards in there have found it's probably closer to 5.25"...

I'm looking for the shortest PCB height possible while still offering a EKWB block for it and being a decent clocker... I know with the restrictions I'm putting out there, it may not be the best overclocking version on the list, but I just want to make it so the waterblocks aren't money poorly spent...

In your experience with the 980Ti... which is the lowest height board you've seen? This is PCB height only, disregard heatpipe and cooler overhang.

Thanks! Looking forward to joining your group in a couple weeks smile.gif
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Still waiting on my new shrouds, and will also do an optical drive cage delete.










Edited by BrawndoQC - 2/3/16 at 5:41pm
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I have a new buddy!

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Still waiting on my new shrouds, and will also do an optical drive cage delete.










Very nice setup! I love my Hybrid. I have the new shroud installed and the color scheme of your case will work perfect for them! thumb.gif
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