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Soooo /g/
Lurker here
>get spare gpu from friend
>he says it's got wierd green blodges and lines etc
I know how to fix this
> decide baking is the idea
> never done before
>look up tempature and nothing else
>take plastic off but can figure out how to alw heat sync or fan off
What's the worse that can happen
>put in oven and watch
>do for about 11mins at 385F
>can't see any of solder melting so turned up to max for last min
>hear popping
>turn off oven and open door
>use canned air to spray and cool down
Heat sync explodes....
The line bits of heat sync fly out like bullets
>fock.

Pic related : card now
Card : gtx 580

Please advice. Will the card work still, is the core fucked. Should I just get a new heat sync or summin.

TLDR: I blew my gpu heat sync up and need advice
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>>46772557
dun goof'd
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>>46772557
HAHAHA youre fucked OP.
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>>46772557
Well you're supposed to strip the card down to the bare PCB before baking buddy
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oh lawdy what have you done, OP.....

That card is fucked. As in, completely and totally useless now. I sincerely hope this is a troll thread...

in the future, maybe try re-soldering, without exposing the entire silicon circuitboard to extremely high temperatures.
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put it in ur pc and show us what happens
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babies first troll b8 m8
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Op here
Not troll
When u say it's completely fucked do you mean as in won't function or unlikely to function
What could have actually been fucked on it
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You need a new heatsync if you want any chance of it working again.
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>>46772557
You should've removed the heatsink too, smartass.
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>>46772736
How easy are they to get?
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>>46772710
Unlikely to function, though there's no telling what'll happen, you might get lucky and it still works perfectly. Put it in an old PC and tell us how it goes!

What could have been fucked on it? Could be anything at all. After submitting it to high temperatures, trying to figure out exactly what's wrong is like trying to find the proverbial needle in a haystack.

Surprised this isn't troll thread, lol.
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>>46772757
Putting it in with a heat sync that looks like it's someones impregnated robot fetish won't cause it to overheat and die instantly?
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>>46772557
install gentoo
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>>46772779
>sync
Stop that.
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Just put the card on ebay WITHOUT THE HEATSINK as non-working. If they see the heatsink in that condition they'll know you're a tard who made it worse.
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Should have put some butter on that bitch first.
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>>46772754
You fucked it.
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Op here
Placing into pc to see if it works
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>>46772588
This op
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>>46772852
>stock heatsink
oh god what a fucking pleb
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Why was your first idea to bake it?
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Momment of truth
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>>46772868
that's how they used to fix these shitty cards
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>>46772880
oh god why
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>>46772880
>inb4 fire
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>PNY
Found your problem.
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>>46772880
dude, it's done for

just be glad it's an old card you didn't pay for
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>>46772557
you fucked up
you aren't supposed to pass above 200ºC for 8 mins. with the oven already preheated to that temp
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It's
It's
Working
Using generic graphic driver downloading new one but I think it may be working
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i'm glad you are doing this.
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>>46772557
Holy shit dude everyone knows that if you rapidly cool hot glass or metal it explodes.

Did you not go to school?
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Can't seem to get driver for it however fan seems to be going on it, slowly as well so not overheating.
Trying to get driver now but seems to be working. Or at least fan is
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>>46772557
> decide baking is the idea
> never done before
>put in oven and watch
>The line bits of heat sync fly out like bullets
>can't see any of solder melting so turned up to max for last min


WTF am i reading

I'm sure the card is garbage now. Maybe a quick fix is putting it in the microwave. Take the model number, divide it by 30, and that's the number of seconds you need to microwave it for!
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>>46772964
lol nice one :^)

you sure got him tripfaggot

kill yourself and come back when youre 18
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>>46773018
is there a convenient way to hide tripfaggots without installing outdated extensions?

Like i want to block all users that use tripcodes. how do i go about this?
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>>46772710
Its Fucked.
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>>46772955
You're fucking joking it still works?
PS this is the most fucking stupid idea I've ever heard.
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>>46773034
install gentoo
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>>46772557

>PNY

Some friend you got there
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Sure it may work, but without a working heatsink it will just shutdown under any amount of load.

You might replace it.
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>>46772852
>that stock fan

duuuuuuuuuude. Stop! You don't know nothing about anything. Go sell that computer and buy a Gaymen Console. You will be better off in the long term!
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Hey guys
Op
Shit works on my crappy pc
Will post pics quickly, can't screenshot because no ethernet cable in but will show in second

Pic another shot of the attrosity
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Greatest thread alive on /g/
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>>46772710
>>46773126

lol, these fat hands/fingers and dirty nails.

for a second I thought OP might be trolling with that stupid execution of that "fix" and all of his grammar problems but now it all seems legit.
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>>46773126
oh wow
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>>46772710
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>>46773126
>Shit works on my crappy pc
If that's true then not for long. Without heat sync it will overheat and catch fire after some minutes.
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Op here
It works
Somehow
Even with pregnant heat sync it running at 32 degrees
Going to benchmark now
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>>46773123
>>46772866
Guy has a B85 mobo, hes clearly got a cheap build and a non oc cpu why spend money on a aftermarket cooler.
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I rescued a whole motherboard with the oven trick once.
I put the mobo and a graphic card together and only the mobo survived.
Couldn't enter in the kitchen for a week though
That smell, metallic, the kind of smell you dont want to get inside your body if you are afraid of getting cancer. I guess is very close to what astronauts in the ISS describe as the smell of space
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>>46773244
ahahaha
fuckin' aces
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Why would you put the entire thing when reflowing only requires the PCB board? More specifically the actual processor not the entire board
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>>46773313
>PCB board
>Printed Circuit Board board
200% triggered.
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>>46773256
You do know that solder contains lead? And that solder is inside the oven and you are cooking with a toxic smell
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>>46773325
Its common to say PCB board
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>>46773337
Many people have eaten in my kitchen and gone onto lead healthy lives
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>>46773362
Why would you consume lead vapors? The oven trick should be frowned on
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>>46773034
/^!/
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>>46773337
This whole solder reflow thing started because the quality of solder went down... because they stopped using lead based solders.
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>>46773369
>lead vapors
>oven
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>>46773385
>started because the quality of solder went down

Or improper heating and protection against said heat? And many owners do not think about proper GPU cooling
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>>46773385
this

fuck lead free solder
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>>46773389
Plus the PCB and all the other components as well
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>>46772557
>heat sync
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so hey /g
op here
cards works all cool
quite cold
benchmark got to 68 degrees
playd arma 2 on it just
with high graphics gets 50 frames with very high gets around 28
unsure what to do now but was a good thread for me
thanks /g/
the man with the blown gpu that works
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>>46773244
>Nvidia
>runs cooler with a damaged heatsink
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>>46773422
Lead free is easier to mass produce because of the low temp requirements when manufacturing
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>>46773448
well i wouldent say its "damaged" its litrally blown like a ballon or something
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>>46773337
The boiling point of lead is far greater than the temperature an oven will reach.
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>>46773424
>literally retarded
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>>46773453
> low temp requirements
usually lead free would require higher temps
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>>46773464
Forgot to put lead-free solder vapors

>>46773469
Plastics have a lower melting point
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>>46772797
Well, it syncs the GPU temperature to the air temperature.
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>>46772557
Why would you bake it in the first place wtf
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>>46773489
Lead free requires lower temperature requirements

Lead requires high temps but that comes at a cost
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>>46772557
You're supposed to remove the cooler entirely you dumb fuck
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>>46773441
Fo real?
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>>46773516
no
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>>46773441
Post pic of it running inside the case plox
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>>46773516
Am I misunderstanding your post or do you have that backwards? When I use lead-free solder it takes higher heat to melt than regular lead/tin solder.
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>>46773362
>lead healthy lives
underrated post
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>>46773516
I seem to recall it being the opposite but i could be wrong, it has been many years since i did any serious soldering.
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>Will the card work still
mfw
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>>46773507

Baking a card partialy melts the wires that are used for either data transport or power and thus baking a card can fix the problem.

Wires on a vidcard can break from warming/cooling cycle of starting up the comp, play gaems and shutting down the comp or from short circuits (powerspikes).
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>>46772557
>use canned air to spray and cool down
How did you even manage to graduate high school?
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>>46773586
lead free solder has a lower melting point

>>46773611
The US education system is a joke, they rush as many retards through as possible.
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>>46773414
if you sell a stock gpu, it's stock fan should be adequate enough to cool any stock usage.

If the heatsink/fan combo they provided doesnt work well enough then we have a problem.
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>>46773607
So they are melted in order to connect after breaking, like soldering?
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>>46773607
>wires
>on a PCB

u wot
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>>46773588
>>46773244 <--
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>>46773643
he didn't say on the PCB jackass

but he is talking out of his ass
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>>46773553
>>46773544
yep, highlighted card for u fools
>>46773568
thanks someone actually got it
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>>46773666
You are one luck bastard, Satan.
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>>46773641

>So they are melted in order to connect after breaking, like soldering?

Yes.
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>>46773666
are there still artifacts in your games, OP?
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>>46773666
that card doesn't look like it's running
nice trips btw
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>>46773666
>Undead card still running
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>>46772557
>>46772754
>>46772852
>>46772880
>>46773126
>>46773244
>>46773441
>>46773666
I fucking love u op
/thread
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>>46773658
He was talking about wires on a video card, and the only wires on a video card I can think of are the ones coming from the heat sink, but those are not present when baking a card unless you're OP. I assumed he was talking about the traces/solder points, so I decide to poke fun at him for the misnaming.

>>46773666
You glorious bastard.
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>>46773666
Looks like it'll give birth to the spawn of Satan any minute now.
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>>46773679
Thanks, thought it was a joke at first cause it sounds so ridiculous
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>>46773666
lel xd
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OP here
like
i got trips and reincarnated a card that blew up, litrally.
today is mah day
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>didn't disassemble it completely
>cooks it arbitrarily
>sync pops out
>cools it quickly with ice and didn't crack
>touches terminals with bare hands
>Installs it without a sync
>still works

Quick!
now do it with an AMD!!!
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>>46772557
I boiled my caps and melted connectors on Ndivo 8xxx something card, then i threw the smoking card into snow on my backyard. It worked after drying out and the artifacts was gone too.
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OP here
i am a faggot
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>>46773722
fuckin skeletons
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>>46772557
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Good thing wasn't a 590.
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>>46773748
What did you say? I couldn't hear you over my 290x fan.
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>>46773825
buying a reference 290x
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>>46773748
my 590 actually runs cooler than the 480 i had
christs 480's were hotter than satans cock
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>>46773867
>only nvidiots know what satan's cock feels like
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>>46773887
>tfw I'm a green alien
>melting my buttsink
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>>46773867
http://www.techpowerup.com/126702/asus-working-on-mars-ii-dual-gtx-480-graphics-accelerator.html

asus gave up on it and made a dual 580 instead
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>>46773903
I remember that beast. It was the first glorious GPU monster I had ever seen. The start of a new generation.
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>>46773903
my god
what were they trying to create? a second sun?
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>>46773690
They are wires you dickhole. They are tiny custom made wires in the pcb and gpu that mae up the circut.
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>>46773965
no they're not
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>>46773965
They're traces, not wires m8
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>>46773965
>wires
Stop talking about shit you don't know about.
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>>46772557
This is one of those threads, huh.
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>>46773618

The primary difference between tin/lead and lead-free solders, from a rework and repair standpoint, is the temperatures required to form a proper intermetallic bond. For the most widely used tin/lead alloys such as Sn60 Pb40 or more commonly Sn63 Pb37 (eutectic), the melting point is 361°F (183°C). The most commonly used lead-free alloy, Sn96.5 Ag3.0 Cu0.5, commonly referred to as SAC 305, has a melting point of 422°F (217°C) to 428°F (220°C). The resultant increase in melting point will have the effect of reducing the overall process window and can change the traditionally accepted appearance of the finished product.

https://www.paceworldwide.com/pacenter/soldering/lead-free-vs.-leaded-solder
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>>46772557
Alright /g/ not OP but I too am slightly retarded.

I was taking parts out of my PC while it was on because as mentioned, I'm retarded.

Well I go and drop my WiFi card on my GPU on accident. I see a spark, computer shuts down, miraculously boots up after unplugging power supply.

Now my video freezes every once in a while and my speakers make a buzzing noise. What do?

>inb4 bake
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>>46774081
bake then shake
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Yooooooooooooo
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Plot twist: The oven was never on.
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>>46774081
Mightve surged it, just a guess, probably fucked though.
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>>46774141
>denying the Holocaust
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>>46774154
Think I could try an RMA? Maybe just wait it out?
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>>46774157
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|>
|3
|_
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4 star Gold thread.
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>>46774157
>denying the death of 6 million CUDA cores
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>>46774176
I'd give it a shot, tell them you have a surge protector and stuff too.
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I require a screencap from a desktopfag
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>>46772557
You didn't cook it enough.
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10/10 thread.

I love seeing shit like this. GG.
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Is this a troll thread?
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>>46774809
nope
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>>46773448

>Damaged

Thats like saying a bomb is damaged after it explodes.
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>mfw seeing it work
truely fermi was the final frontier
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>>46773666
WEBM SHOWING IT CONNECTED TO THE MONITOR AND RUNNING OR YOU'RE FULL OF SHIT
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>>46772557

thanks OP you just reminded me to try this on my fucked 4870, and now its working.
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>this fucking thread
bruh
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>>46773666
>Fan isn't running
>Card is somehow 32 degrees

You want me to believe this?
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>>46775564
Well... It wasn't under load
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>>46775692
fermi never idles
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>this thred
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>>46772557
This is almost as great as that guy who couldn't get his CPU unstuck from the heatsink so he decided to fucking set it on fire, and the whole thing burned and all the old thermal paste was destroyed.

Then he tried using the processor and it fucking worked.
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Is setting things on fire the new 'hit it until it works'?
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>>46776412
I don't see how that could ever be a bad idea, so yes.
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>>46774100
kek
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I tried baking an iPod once and it made it even worse
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>>46773217
lel
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>>46774113
get dem steaks ready
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someone screencap this lol
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>>46773825
>buying gtx 590
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This has to be proof that Nvidia >
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>>46773252
Yeah I wonder why he should invest in a BRRRRREEZZZZZZSSSWWWWWWWWWWW
Oh yeah I remember
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>>46776392
I think I remember that. Didn't he burn it outside in a fucking fire pit with alcohol or some shit like that???
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>>46772557
Post webm pls
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>>46772557
>>46772736
>>46772779
>>46773223
>>46773714

>heat sync
>this is /g/ 2015

It's a heatSINK you imbeciles!
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>>46779146
>2015
>not syncing your heat with your other devices
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>>46772557

>385F

fucking why, just put it in a volcano next time
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>>46776392
>>46779070
Yeah that was a neat thread.
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>>46776392
Yeah, or that guy who never fucking did anything of this and this is all a big ruse!
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>>46779194
Introducing teh HeatCloud™ new Nvidia future that help poor families in hard situation during winter
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>>46779595
Complete with HeatSync™ technology that allows you to share your Heat™ with your friends and neighbors.
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>>46772557

BULLSHIT!

Exactly how much heat do you people think a 2mm ABS fan fin can take?

OP is full of shit.
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>>46773217
jej
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This thread is golden

>>46772583
gtfo rulefag
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man, toasting (how appropiate) in a epic bread
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someone archieve this
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>>46773123
>>46772866
Aftermarket cooling is a waste of money unless you're overclocking
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>>46773042
No, it's actually a legit thing, he just did it terribly wrong.
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>>46775119
don't be an idiot there no reason that card cant work


baking does work. not all the time. not the most recommended ether but i CAN work. i have done so myself 7 times now and 5 of them have been functioning flawlessly. the other 2 still work however showed no improvement. however i did have the common sense to remove the fans and the cooling system in it entirety.
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>>46784774
actually i got my xbox 360 back from the dead using the same method. obviously you need to remove all plastic stuff and both heatsinks. and use insulation to protect stuff you dont want to bake. (on the xbox you usually go fo the GPU)
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>>46784825
do you know what the problem was that the baking could have fixed? all i ever hear about the shitbox is how it overheats. and to fix that it was a thermal paste issue that needed replacing. also i never really insulate anything i just have some special legs i made to keep it off the pan and keep it even. other then that i dont know what else i can do to increase the success rate of the baking but most the card fix are high end newer models and i get them dirt cheap so its worth the gamble.
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>>46773244
>going to benchmark now
>cooked
>heatsink removed
>nvidia card
>going to benchmark now

>>46773666
You're one lucky son of a gun OP.
Nvidia cards confirmed to still run cool after being baked and having their heat sink removed. It's over AMD is finished.
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>>46784860
no dude, my box was one of the first models, the issue with these was that the BGA solderings broke by the intense heat the GPU reach. they improved the air intake flow and throw better heatsinks inside on later models, but the launch models were all doomed to failed by the same issue.
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>>46784774
>don't be an idiot there no reason that card cant work
besides the fact that the heatsink was supposed to be removed and not to explode along with the card
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