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Originally Posted by Rick Arter View Post
WOW that some destruction really want to try this but scared for some reason. I got this as gift so not like I am losing any money in theory.
lol. that was 3 hours.

I did mine for 8-minutes @ 385f. it was completely uneventful.
Worked for a short time.
I'll do it again soon, maybe 10 minutes
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just watched your youtube video, good luck!

And kow_ciller, greetings from si :d
ohai.
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Originally Posted by Contagion View Post
I just found,
http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...process-3.html

He put it in there for 7.5 minutes at 385F
It didnt work.
Then he put it in there for 7 minutes at 425F
And it worked.

I think that now Im gunna do 8 minutes at 400F
Just bake it until you smell the solder
    
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wow nice video and thread it also gave look at jago vs fulgore in real life, your one cool dude.
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Well what can I say, other than a big thank you to Jago-Vs-Fulgore (the OP).

My PC failed to boot successfully, or at least if it did I just got a flickering black and white screen.

However, followed these steps and I now have a working system again! Saved myself £140 for a half decent card (was going to buy a 5770!)

1. Pre-heated fan oven to 190C
2. Removed Heatsink,fan and all evidence of thermal paste.
3. Added some old case screws to one end of the card so it would be level when placed (GPU side down) in the oven. this ensured no components were in direct physical contact to the aluminium foil/baking tray.
4. Placed baking tray (not the cheap ones that flex sometimes when heated), aluminium foil and card into middle of the oven for 6 mins.
5. Opened door to remove a plastic sticker that was melting on the card and turned the heat OFF, door closed.
6. With about 1 min remaining, reapplied heat at 190C
7. @ 10 mins removed the card, allowed it to cool
8. Reapplied thermal paste (somewhat annoying I ran out of artic silver so had to use plain old white compound )
9. Fingers crossed, cue drum-roll booted up PC....

At this point, mild disappointment ensued - Screen black, no signs of life! :swearing: Switched off and one last check to verify all was as it should be...

Card seated properly-check, power cable attached to card-check, monitor
powered up-check..... Doh!.... I had forgotten to re-attach the Monitor cable!!!

Rebooted.... HEY PRESTO!!! Success!! Thanks so much for this fix. I can be added to the list of Gourmet Graphics card chefs!
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I should add that my card was a 8800GTS, stock cooler, had never been overclocked. Had occasionally given some artifacts after lengthy game playing but normally cleared on a reboot then just failed to work at all one day, save for the black and white screen flickering.

I also took the trouble of photographing and videoing the process and if there's demand I'll see if I can upload/link those here too.


Also should mention: 385F = 195C
Edited by JimboJet - 11/23/09 at 5:31am
post #267 of 750
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Yes but I still might do it.

My PCB is black wonder if it will turn blacker LOL.
I couldn't tell a difference in color on mine, I baked mine for 10 min at 350 degrees
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Hmmmmm I want to give this a try to see if it works for my broken old old GFX card and old MOBO that just died on me one day. Although they are really out dated components and probably wont be used........I JUST WANT TO BAKE SOMETHING!
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post #269 of 750
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Hmmmmm I want to give this a try to see if it works for my broken old old GFX card and old MOBO that just died on me one day. Although they are really out dated components and probably wont be used........I JUST WANT TO BAKE SOMETHING!
BAke a muffin Tell us how it went!!
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Im going to be recieving a dead card in the mail soon from OCN's own SMASHERBASHER. and I have access to a heatgun. I am wondering if it will be better to try that or just do the oven method? if using the gun is the best what part should i try heating up first> the area around the core?
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