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post #371 of 747
I just wanted to say...
IT F***ING WORKED!!!!!!!
Tried it on my old 8800gt.. I thought this card was long gone... Kept it for sentimental value.. Never thought I'd see it work again
Edited by __Pat__ - 9/4/10 at 10:17am
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post #372 of 747
Quote:
Originally Posted by __Pat__ View Post
I just wanted to say...
IT F***ING WORKED!!!!!!!
I KNOW!!! I just baked my old 7600GT and guess what.. IT WORKS!
I baked it at ~197C (~395F) for 10 min. It had green lines and other small artifacts on the screen before baking.

Pic of baking:


Edit: 666 posts!
Edited by Karlz3r - 9/4/10 at 3:35pm
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post #373 of 747
Let me try this on my E1705 and see if it would keep it away from artifacting.
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post #374 of 747
Check out this post and tell me if it will work or not.

http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/8157...gts-250-a.html

What happens when you "bake it"?
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post #375 of 747
I'm passing by to say that it worked for me too!

I bought a GTX 280 OC edition from BFG in 2009. It broke 1 year later. I RMA the thing this summer, it took them 5 weeks to sent me a brand new one. Then the new one broke about 4 weeks later. I then realised that BFG no longer exist and my lifetime warranty no longer exist!

So I decide to bake my card in an ultimate attemp to repair it. and it worked!

I preheated the oven at about 385F, than I placed the card on aluminium balls on a pizza plate for 8 to 9 minutes. After that i just let it cool down on the table.


Edited by nicolasroger - 9/22/10 at 10:28pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by nzysmael View Post
Hi dude did you know if this trick work with a 8800 gts with no display problem?
When you can answer me trough de forum or to the e mail ysmael_hernandez@hotmail.com

Saludos desde Venezuela!
Did you read the thread?

The answer is yes it probably will but only do it if you're out of warranty.

I did this on my friend's 8800 GTS 640MB about 5 months ago (card still works fine, and he's still using it), and wrote a guide on iFixIt: http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Repair/B...cs-card/2240/1

Also probably not the best idea to post your email address on a public website...
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better cover caps whit foil, coz they likely will pop out.
post #378 of 747
Wow, looks like it worked for my friend, thanks!
Also, you are one swole guy, sweet jesus, I can only dream.
    
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Originally Posted by DeadSkull View Post
Wow...a really big cut dude on ocn.

What are your PR stats for bench, deadlift and squat?


Very nice work on your GTX 280, happy to hear that its at 100% after some "baking".
I know right???? Not your typical computer nerd by any means!


Thats great though about being able to bake gfx cards to revive them. Who would have ever thought? Sure seems counterintuitive.
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I got an artifacting Alpha Dog XFX 8800GT for £20 on eBay and baked it, and now it works perfectly!
    
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