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Has anyone tried baking a sapphire 4850.i tried recently on one and the capacitors blew up and now my second one has gone blank screen and was wanting to do baking with it
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Wrap everything in aluminum foil except the GPU itself. Place 4 balls of crumpled up aluminum foil under each corner so that no part of the card is actually making contact with the cooking tray you put it on. Then throw it in an oven preheated to 400F for 7-9 minutes. After the time is up, turn off the oven, open the door, and let it cool down naturally (~20 minutes).

If that doesn't work, then baking was probably never an option.
    
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will try tomorrow hav u tried baking one b4 wats the success rate
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post #4 of 6
I did try this before ..
a dead usb stick and my old 9600GT ..
and both are a success ..

all I did is remove all plastic and place an aluminum wrap on the tray and bake @ 90c-100c for just 3min (was scared of the smell) but all worked out
Great way to re-solder those loose parts ..

Good luck with your baking!
Edited by YaGit(TM) - 1/6/11 at 6:40pm
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i read somwhere that ati cards dont always work but nvidias do
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post #6 of 6
Ive done this multiple times with different cards. Its hit-or-miss on working. There is no % chance of success. The idea is to loosen up the solder points and allow any hairline fractures in them to reconnect.
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