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Baking Graphics Cards?

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So I bought a 7800gt lol, for parts not working...


and was wondering if baking it would be an option?



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worth a shot
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Go for it! I love to bake computer hardware. The wife thinks cooking gpus is sexy.
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Originally Posted by Poisoner View Post
Go for it! I love to bake computer hardware. The wife thinks cooking gpus is sexy.
too funny, you could try baking it. I'd carefully inspect the board for blown resistors, I bought a 8800GTX that I baked and noticed a blown resistor. I haven't had a chance to test it out but better double check it.
    
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yeah I'll see if it works first lol then see what I can do with it.
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