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Hello
Can i do this in my wife owen, will she be able to cook after. I mean does it leave some smell?
Thank you
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Hello
Can i do this in my wife owen, will she be able to cook after. I mean does it leave some smell?
Thank you

It does leave a plastic/metallic smell, but it wears off quickly. If you do it at noon, it should be perfectly ok to cook by evening.
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Thank you very much.
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One thing more. Do you turn on oven fan? My wife saying oven fan gives 20 degrees more.
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One thing more. Do you turn on oven fan? My wife saying oven fan gives 20 degrees more.

Tough question. Depends on the oven, I guess. Fan is not supposed to give more degrees, but more "toastyness" biggrin.gif Also, make sure that the degrees that you set on the oven are the real degrees that it makes, because when mine is set to 150C, it actually does about 170C, and 20C more can melt stuff on a GPU.
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Ok i got to report one more satisfying user of this thread. Thanks to first guy that have this came to his mind, thanks to thread owner, and thanks ronnin.
And to those that are against this i would love to see them in my situation, high price of pc parts in Europe, 100 mils from first pc store, thousand things asking to be bought before graphic card and of course two children, plus one big question, why they make soldering so lousy, is it extra profit?
Thanks again a thousand times.
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plus one big question, why they make soldering so lousy, is it extra profit?
Thanks again a thousand times.
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Ok i got to report one more satisfying user of this thread. Thanks to first guy that have this came to his mind, thanks to thread owner, and thanks ronnin.
And to those that are against this i would love to see them in my situation, high price of pc parts in Europe, 100 mils from first pc store, thousand things asking to be bought before graphic card and of course two children, plus one big question, why they make soldering so lousy, is it extra profit?
Thanks again a thousand times.


it is an common mith that it is soldering but really it is the waffers in the flipchip design hget warped and the bump that carrey current through an layer begin to make bad contact if your card died in this way don't let it run at the same tempture try like 10*lower even if it kills performance (lower clocks / volts ) to minimize the warping as tempture changes more tempture variance more wafers move = faster broken card look up Louis rossman on YouTube for an better explanation of this. and psychophat`s posts In this thred for alot more tips and info on maximizing the life of your card. and what steps to take if it is dead again
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it is an common mith that it is soldering but really it is the waffers in the flipchip design hget warped and the bump that carrey current through an layer begin to make bad contact

The bumps you mention are solder balls.

There are solderballs connecting the flip chip to it's substrate, and then the substrate to the PCB. Most issues that can be fixed via baking are with the later...thermal stresses can fracture weak solder balls causing them to carry current intermittently or not at all. Re-flowing the solder can often repair this.
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It's alive! My girlfriend's ASUS GTX 560Ti and my MSI GTX 470 are working, in both situations I did:

1. Removed Heatsink,fan and all evidence of thermal paste.
2. Pre-heated oven to 220C (about 10minutes)
3. Placed baking tray, aluminium foil and card ( face up, you don't want the chip and capacitors to fall) into middle of the oven.
4. ** After 12 mins removed the card, allowed it to cool ( 220C all the time in the oven) about 1 hour in room temperature. **
5. Reapplied thermal paste and put the fan, heatsink and all together in place.

- Both cards had artifacts before the oven method. I baked the ASUS GTX 560Ti about 3-4 months ago and still rocking.
The GTX 470 I did the baking yesterday ( 08/29/2016) and is working now.

- Both I downclocked the core clock about 40-60Mhz, memory clock about 100-200Mhz and did a bios mod to lower the voltages and flashed with NVFLASH.

OFF: You maybe asking "Why your girlfriend have a GTX 560Ti and you are using a GTX 470?", I'ts because I sold my GTX 660Ti to wait for the GTX 1060, but i don't have all the money yet. thumb.gif
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