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NO dont do 20 minutes, there is a 20 Page forum post on this finnish forum about baking cards XD
You should bake 190C 10 Mins MAX, and when you do, make sure you remove all the TIM first, clean it out and remove all stickers that are on it.
May be a silly question, but ram heat sinks can stay on right?
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I'd really suggest reading through all the how-tos before you do it. It's risky.
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I think the RAM heatsinks can stay on, but I am not an expert so you should confirm from someone!
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