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9800gx2 baked back to life! :)

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Hello there, as some of you might know i got a 9800gx2 of another member here and there was problems with it. It was a baked card.
When i was playing black ops with it it kind of died.

So today i was extremely bored and decided to bake it myself.

Well IT WORKS!!!!!!!!!! Special thanks to smokingwaffle for helping me with tips!!

Im really happy right now.




Edited by shadow19935 - 1/5/11 at 2:18pm
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I just bought an old 7800gt AS IS on ebay for 8 bucks shipped.


There was some burning/corrosion on some resistors, got some rubbing alcohol and my swiss army knife and cleaned it up... put it in... boots fine. Gonna leave it running for a few hours to see if it works.





artifacts and shuts off
Edited by The Master Chief - 1/5/11 at 3:19pm
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Now start folding
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I just bought an old 7800gt AS IS on ebay for 8 bucks shipped.


There was some burning/corrosion on some resistors, got some rubbing alcohol and my swiss army knife and cleaned it up... put it in... boots fine. Gonna leave it running for a few hours to see if it works.





artifacts and shuts off
Why people even bother to sell things on eBay for under $15 shipped confuses me. After shipping the item, paying for your listing fees, then paying final value fees, and covering for PayPal's transfer fees, you come out with less than $5 depending on the item. What's the point?
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Why people even bother to sell things on eBay for under $15 shipped confuses me. After shipping the item, paying for your listing fees, then paying final value fees, and covering for PayPal's transfer fees, you come out with less than $5 depending on the item. What's the point?


prolly just to get rid of it
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I just bought an old 7800gt AS IS on ebay for 8 bucks shipped.


There was some burning/corrosion on some resistors, got some rubbing alcohol and my swiss army knife and cleaned it up... put it in... boots fine. Gonna leave it running for a few hours to see if it works.





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Be brawe, BAKE IT!
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Now start folding
I would if someone told me how to run my HD6870 as main and GX2 for folding.
And if that someone tells me the power consumption AND if that someone tells me if my PSU Will do the job?
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ALso been playing Black ops on it for an hour and load tems are 75c and it works fine!
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