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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
Bake it, you have nothing to lose.
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post #12 of 14
Also, just of note, you baked them upside down. No biggie though.
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Also, just of note, you baked them upside down. No biggie though.
I though its heaviest side Up, as per the guide?
post #14 of 14
Good job OP...now, did the seller tell you it was baked, or did you find out the hard way?
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