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Ok tried to bake 8500gt and now it is DEAD for sure, capacitors are dead, some chips are mising from a card (I found tham in the oven)!

So what could I do wrong, temp was around 200c I heard when capacitor cracked(it was after10min in oven) than I removed immediately card!
Here is how card looks

And missing parts
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Originally Posted by benko View Post
Ok tried to bake 8500gt and now it is DEAD for sure, capacitors are dead, some chips are mising from a card (I found tham in the oven)!

So what could I do wrong, temp was around 200c I heard when capacitor cracked(it was after10min in oven) than I removed immediately card!
Here is how card looks

And missing parts
lol, maybe thet 8500 was too weak for 200c? well, it's dead now.... might as well cook it again! and again...and again!!! i would!
Edited by UltimateGamerXFX - 11/30/09 at 4:01am
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You should have started at 365F for 8min then let cool and dont go over 385F U left it in way to long. This is a FX5700Le i left in the oven on 385F for 3hrs i forgot about it. But The oven does work. I had 2 9800GX2s and one went bad so i baked it and it is still running strong in my brothers PC.


Edited by Moparman - 11/30/09 at 4:22am
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You should have started at 365F for 8min then let cool and dont go over 385F U left it in way to long. This is a FX5700Le i left in the oven on 385F for 3hrs i forgot about it. But The oven does work. I had 2 9800GX2s and one went bad so i baked it and it is still running strong in my brothers PC.

lol, now that's a beautiful gpu! tell me the recipe!! :swearing:
Edited by UltimateGamerXFX - 11/30/09 at 4:27am
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Well u put That there GPU in the oven. Crank the temp up to 385F then u go game for 3 HRs come back in the kitchen and say OH i forgot about the card. LOL Open the oven and see all the goods in the cookie sheet and not on the card.
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Well u put That there GPU in the oven. Crank the temp up to 385F then u go game for 3 HRs come back in the kitchen and say OH i forgot about the card. LOL Open the oven and see all the goods in the cookie sheet and not on the card.
lol, I use my toaster oven, it has a timer, or else I may forget. But wow, 3 hours????
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So...basically I did this, 190°C~380F And now I got artifacts, but lol, it works! so ima gonna bake it AGAIN! to see if the artifacts are gonna go away!!! I'm still getting a new GPU

Oh yeah I baked it for exactly 7:54

I'll post a vid of the 2nd baking if u guys want!

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Well u put That there GPU in the oven. Crank the temp up to 385F then u go game for 3 HRs come back in the kitchen and say OH i forgot about the card. LOL Open the oven and see all the goods in the cookie sheet and not on the card.
YAAAAAYYY!!!! I'M GONNA DO IT WITH MY 9250AD!!!
Edited by UltimateGamerXFX - 11/30/09 at 4:56am
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I was just curious Jago is your GTX 280 that you baked still working?
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I was just curious Jago is your GTX 280 that you baked still working?
It still shows in his sig rig it that count's for any thing.
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I was just curious Jago is your GTX 280 that you baked still working?
I hope so


I just baked an 8800GTX ACS3 I bought that would not post, and now it games beautifully. (385f, for about 8 - 8-1/2 min) When you can smell solder, its time to turn the oven off, leave it open to cool, and not disturb the card until the solder settles.
    
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