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post #31 of 50
they could have melted. but then you can always get new capacitors and solder them back on. now, i dont know what to do with two different cards 9800gt and gts 250.
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ehh too late for me, they all fell out and im not sure where/how they all went in
Someone definitely has a pic of the gpu for reference
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thanks for the idea, i feel terribly stupid now
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post #34 of 50
Tried mine at 385 for 10 minutes. Thing is, when you open the door heat will escape lowering the temperature so you're only really getting 5 minutes at 385. Will try at 400. No change the first time.
Going to put it in gpu face-up
Edited by YGr7JiOETk - 7/22/10 at 6:49pm
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Bumpity bump!
Bump it!
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No one should be doing this with the face of the GPU facing down. It's the most assinine thing you can do to have surface mount inductors and capacitors falling off.
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well i failed, all of my capacitor looking things fell out lmao
Same here .. Did it on a 6 years old 7600GT.. Baked for around 7mins.. Most of the capacitors fell...Um... is it because my card's not from EVGA? The quality just couldnt handle the heat
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Heh, add me to the list of failures I had an old, artifacting Radeon 9550, so I decided to try this out.
Some pics below, listed and named in chronological order.

The temperature was 200C (~392F)
First casualties occurred at the 6m30s mark. Total duration of the procedure - 9m30s.
A couple more capacitors came off later, so the total list of casualties is as follows:
5x 16V capacitors
7x 6,3V capacitors
1x some rectanglish metal thingy
2x circlish thingies that have copper wire wrapped around them

Remaining troops:
2x 16V capacitors
5x 6,3V capacitors
0x rectanglish thingies (i'm guessing that was really important )
2x circlish thingies

I'm tempted to pop that sucker back into my AGP slot to see how it goes, but I'm also a tad worried it might fry the mobo or whatever. Is there a large amount of risk involved?




     
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post #39 of 50
Guys, my 4850X2 died, and its out of warranty. So I guess I'm going to bake it.

Please tell me if it should be placed gpu side up or gpu side down. I don't want any capacitors or SMT components falling off.
Edited by lurkingdevil - 6/29/11 at 9:24am
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No one should be doing this with the face of the GPU facing down. It's the most assinine thing you can do to have surface mount inductors and capacitors falling off.


Lurkingdevil,

i guess this is the answer of your question considering that your 4850x2 is a sapphire, i would never bake it
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