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It's done the trick so far! I'm not beyond one day of usage yet though. The GTX 280 is working fine with my games again which I am happy about. Now I just hope it lasts long enough til I can buy a replacement. biggrin.gif
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I have a GPU that doesn't even detect from bio or window. I know most of ppl here revived artifact cards, but how about completely dead non detectable card?
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Originally Posted by krazyatom;15011834 
I have a GPU that doesn't even detect from bio or window. I know most of ppl here revived artifact cards, but how about completely dead non detectable card?

it has been known to bring the dead back to the living world.... zombie cards if you will..thumb.gif
post #484 of 746
Hi friends .

New to this topic. I have 8800gt ( No Warranty ) which is give vertical lines after installing drivers . Can i fix it with using Oven Bake ?

Is i need any special oven for it ? Or any oven can be use ?
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Originally Posted by rahulsuraj;15034018 
Hi friends .

New to this topic. I have 8800gt ( No Warranty ) which is give vertical lines after installing drivers . Can i fix it with using Oven Bake ?

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Originally Posted by rahulsuraj;15034018 
Hi friends .

New to this topic. I have 8800gt ( No Warranty ) which is give vertical lines after installing drivers . Can i fix it with using Oven Bake ?

Is i need any special oven for it ? Or any oven can be use ?

Any oven can be used, just make sure to follow the instructions.
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Originally Posted by linkin93;15034067 
Any oven can be used, just make sure to follow the instructions.

K. Actually i dnt have Oven . I will try my friends oven but he have small Oven. Thr4 asking .

Or i try self bake method 1st?
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well it worked,

had bad artifacts on the card followed the instructions on how to bake and what do you know it freaking worked like a charm!!!!!
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it may only work for a while, a proper reflow or reball is optimal.


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Hi people . Greetings from Romania biggrin.gif
Today my 7600 GS agp died. A few days ago it started with a few crashes with the whole screen covered in tetris smile.gif Today it just wouldn't fix itself like the previous days after a restart, so i checked my gpu drawer where i had a faulty ati 9800 se agp and with vertical lines and a completely dead 6600gt agp. Tryed them in hope of atleast getting my pc to display anything. Couldn't remember why the 6600gt was faulty , and still can't but i had hope for the 9800se. Anyway none worked. So i put all 3 of them in the oven, normal gas oven, without temperature sensor, i just set it to max 8/8 points. Got no clue of temperature rating. After the oven was hot after 10 minutes i put the tray inside and waited for like 7 minutes. Unfortunately the 6600gt had this bad capacitor which spilled its guts X_X as seen in the picture. Anyway the 7600gs is working as i'm typing this biggrin.gif YEY !!!!!!!! It's late so i'll have to wait until tomorrow to test the 9800se, but i've got high hopes for it. Then again if it doesn't work i'll just put it back in the oven for a few extra minutes. But chances are it will work. biggrin.gif I'll report back after i check tomorrow. Below are 3 pics taken with my n97 before, after with capacitor spill and after cleaning the spill. And a mp4 video of the furnace in action smile.gif
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