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Gpu exploded and cooler melted off.

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That's truly broken, Not even @LinusTech or @Slick could fix that lmao


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Guys I was using my 550ti

(my friend needs help)

 

 

 

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It is fixable

 

Just put it in the oven again, at -350°c

Umm... That's... Colder than absolute zero (-273,15°C)


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I think Logan did it best, chears

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Umm... That's... Colder than absolute zero (-273,15°C)

 

Yes indeed.


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use the integrated graphics until the 900 series gpus from NVidia are released than by one of them


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Unfortunatley a graphics card is made of many layers of pcb with very important tracks on it. From the pic, the gpu casing looks like it has fractured. There is a way you can fix it though.

 

I have been working on a theroy that explains that if you cool something below -273 deg C (the point where all particles stop moving), it will start to heat up (particles will start moving again) but they will be moving backwards through time. So in short, put you graphics card into a fridge set at -350 degrees C and wait until the particles move back into the original setting before the malfunctionthan take it out. You should be good to go!


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Don't listen to these guys! They obviously work for Nvidia that's the only reason they want you to toss out a perfectly good card and buy a new one! If an oven caused the problem an hour in the freezer should do the trick! If not maybe toothpaste and a microwave?

 

 

 

In all seriousness, for future reference, Nvidia is far more likely to accept the card as an RMA if you leave the heat sink on, I'm not certain but I'm pretty sure taking off the stock heat sink voids your warranty.

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Unfortunatley a graphics card is made of many layers of pcb with very important tracks on it. From the pic, the gpu casing looks like it has fractured. There is a way you can fix it though.

 

I have been working on a theroy that explains that if you cool something below -273 deg C (the point where all particles stop moving), it will start to heat up (particles will start moving again) but they will be moving backwards through time. So in short, put you graphics card into a fridge set at -350 degrees C and wait until the particles move back into the original setting before the malfunctionthan take it out. You should be good to go!

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I'm not certain but I'm pretty sure taking off the stock heat sink voids your warranty.

As does sticking it in an oven. 

 

Which as an aside, is very dangerous since there are chemicals on the gpu, which get vaporized at high temperatures and you end up inhaling them.....which isn't ideal. 


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Not gonna be fixable. Sucks that it kinda died though. I love the 5xx series cards.


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Not gonna be fixable. Sucks that it kinda died though. I love the 5xx series cards.

The amount of power you get for the money is good with 5xx cards, but the heat production... Even when my ASUS 550 Ti DirectCU was at it's stock clocks it got 84°C under load. At least it was a helluvalot quieter than the Gigabyte GTX 590 what just seems to be a R9 290X wannabe in terms of heat output... :lol:


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He put it in an oven

 

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That card is dead. I had once a similar thing with an ATI HD4670. It blew the S-video port with the cable out but after that I tested it with the DVI port and the card worked :D

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What kind of genius throws their graphics card in the oven...?

An absent minded one. :D


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How did I know we'd be seeing the freaky "wat" lady again? :rolleyes:


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How did I know we'd be seeing the freaky "wat" lady again? :rolleyes:

Believe me, I tried to express my mind with another pic but no, there's no replacement for that wat.

I still can't wrap my mind around all this. I mean, if your gpu explodes, granted you didn't OC it to bits, why don't people just send it in for rma? Do you really need to put it in the oven?


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Guys. We all know how to fix graphics cards.


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Believe me, I tried to express my mind with another pic but no, there's no replacement for that wat.

I still can't wrap my mind around all this. I mean, if your gpu explodes, granted you didn't OC it to bits, why don't people just send it in for rma? Do you really need to put it in the oven?

Well try a little harder next time. :P (JK) :D


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To the people who think this was a serious question:

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To the people who think this was a serious question:

le ebin rebbit reaction faec :-DDD

 

Seriously tho, this is in the troubleshooting board, not in the offtopic one, so...


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