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no

^this is false..bake it and see! 350 for 8 mins....let cool..do it 1 more time
i've resurrected my friend's 8800gt like that
 
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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?

it's possible
 
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Update ..the ati 9800se still doesn't work..in fact it doesn't even get warm so i don't know if it's even getting power, could be some cap that's faulty or something. And the 6600gt i haven't tested cause it's got the melted cap which i'll replace someday and then test.
At least my limited edition tetris puzzle 7600gs came back to life. biggrin.gif
Oven for the win !
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Two years later, the 8800 GT I fixed with the oven still works.
    
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Will this work with any card? My 580 died from a WC leak but it can still display for like 20 minutes before shutting everything off, it'd be nice to save it instead of having to spend another $3-400...
post #496 of 746
Just did this on my 460GTX after it was giving me BSOD Nvlddmkm.sys (tried every solution I could find on the web with no luck).

Took off the heatsink+fan and anything else that would come off with screws. Heated the oven to 200oC, placed the card on 4 balls of aluminium foil in a baking tray covered in aluminium foil. Baked for 8mins 36secs, left to cool for 10-15mins. Refitted the heatsink (using Arctic Silver 5), plugged back into the computer and now it works flawlessly.

Glad to have SLI back smile.gif
post #497 of 746
Could it work for a 560ti with bad vram? It's fine on 2d but when i was playing a game or running a benchmark it did multicolored snowflakes artifacts before bsod.
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I haven't actually baked any cards but I've fixed a lot of bad nVidia 8600m, 8800m and 7600m GPUs with a heat gun. Close enough.
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Will this work with any card? My 580 died from a WC leak but it can still display for like 20 minutes before shutting everything off, it'd be nice to save it instead of having to spend another $3-400...

First thing you want to do is a full scrub down of that board with alcohol. I haven't had any experience with water cooling spills, but I've resurrected many laptops varying from light to extreme liquid damage with a thorough cleaning.
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post #499 of 746
Guys if i clean it with rubbing alcohol wont the board catch fire in the oven , lol?
Ima oven an 8600GTS which gives artifacts throughout bios loading and crashes at windows.


E: I also got denaturated alcohol it should be good to use , right biggrin.gif?


Initial damage: One totally blown cap, one with electrolyte flowing out of it and another same fate.

E2: Found an brandnew soldering iron and gonna get some caps from broken MB-s and do some ironing.
E3: Caps replaced and it booted up until windows just fine but by removing old electrolyte the board was damaged and now the current was jumping from capacitor to board giving awesome sparks and smell, slight possibility of trying to insulate it.
E4: Turns out the cap was misaligned, ignored polarity, gonna change it and see what happens.
Edited by oke - 8/11/12 at 9:31am
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WORKED!

Baked my ASUS 9800 GT Ultimate today. Bought the card in 2008 and it lasted 4 months... It started artifacting and overheating. I couldn't play games or even run Windows without red lines and unreadable text all over the place.

Cleaned / dusted the card back then but it did nothing, so I left it in a box. ASUS would not take it back.

I totally forgot about this old trick so I ordered some new thermal paste and gave it a go.

My steps:

- I cleaned the card with rubbing alcohol, removed everything down to the PCB.
- Propped the card up on 4 pieces of tinfoil on a cooking sheet.
- Baked it for 10 minutes exactly and let it cool for 1 HOUR exactly.
- Baked it again for 10 minutes and let it cool for 15.
- Applied new thermal paste, installed the card, booted, WORKS!!! thumb.gif

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