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This is awesome!
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Man, your buff as heck!!!
    
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Im going to give this a try tomorrow as i still need to unpack my cookie sheets. This is what Im looking at though. MSI 8800gts bought open box off newegg worked for a total of 18 days. Got it stripped down and and cleaned up. But I'm not going to hold my breath as I'm pretty sure this thing is beyond repair. See pics
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+rep dude this is amazing.
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Originally Posted by Blameless View Post
The idea is to get as close to the melting point of the solder as possible, without having parts start desoldering and falling off, or capacitors exploding/dying.

If it doesn't work at one temp, go higher, but don't go much past 400F.
I guess I will try to go higher tomorrow, I got nothing to loose

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Originally Posted by nonzenze View Post
Im going to give this a try tomorrow as i still need to unpack my cookie sheets. This is what Im looking at though. MSI 8800gts bought open box off newegg worked for a total of 18 days. Got it stripped down and and cleaned up. But I'm not going to hold my breath as I'm pretty sure this thing is beyond repair. See pics
I thought the standard manufacturer warranty still take effect after buying an open box?
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the feeling of proving someone wrong...even if it's your kid...priceless. bonfire, anyone?
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Nevermind, it did work on my 360, now it works even with the xclamps, I just didn't put them on before.
    
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Nice work.
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Went ahead and gave this a try on my 8800gts, no dice. Baked the card for 10:00mins @ 370F/~190C on an aluminum foil covered small cookie sheet, and let cool at room temp ~72F for a couple hours. Same problems I think the card is just too far gone. I might go for a higher temp later on. It was worth a shot.
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Your computer is beautiful
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