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Broken GPU GTX 1060 PCB AND HEATSINK

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Posted (edited) · Original PosterOP

i have broken one the tracks going to one of the video outputs and now the card is not powering up ......is there a way to fix it.....help guys

 

 

 

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11 minutes ago, predat0r1705 said:

i have broken one the tracks going to one of the video outputs and now the card is not powering up ......is there a way to fix it.....help guys

 

 

 

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proof its a 1060?

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May I ask how you managed to do that? I think you can fix it, but it's not easy to do at all. 


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2 minutes ago, Godlygamer23 said:

May I ask how you managed to do that? I think you can fix it, but it's not easy to do at all. 

It looks he dropped it


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1 minute ago, predat0r1705 said:

 

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how did you break the gpu?


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7 minutes ago, Godlygamer23 said:

May I ask how you managed to do that? I think you can fix it, but it's not easy to do at all. 

actually it is of my friend.....his parents broke his pc by using a steel rod and ripped apart the gpu.....he gave it to me to see if it could be repaired

 

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Just now, predat0r1705 said:

actually it is of my friend.....his parents broke his pc by using a steel rod and ripped apart the gpu.....he gave it to me to see if it could be repaired

And why did they do that?


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1 minute ago, KOMTechAndGaming said:

how did you break the gpu?

actually it is of my friend.....his parents broke his pc by using a steel rod and ripped apart the gpu.....he gave it to me to see if it could be repaire

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Although it looks like you only broke one track there are many mores on the multiple layers i dont think you have any chance with this sorry. 

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Just now, predat0r1705 said:

actually it is of my friend.....his parents broke his pc by using a steel rod and ripped apart the gpu.....he gave it to me to see if it could be repaire

ok


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Godlygamer23 said:

And why did they do that?

i guess their mental state is not okay.......can you help ......what if i solder that broken track

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Just now, predat0r1705 said:

i guess their mental state is not okay.......can you help ......what if i solder that broken track

You still have to deal with the multiple layers in the board that have been broken.


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This is real depressing man...


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How the fuck did that happen?

 

You're screwed. Either try and return it under warranty (which they probably won't accept) or buy a new one.

 

EDIT: Just saw the picture of the dents and dings on the heatsink and fans. Yeah, there's no way anyone is going to accept that back as warranty. Best start saving for a new card.


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The "easiest" thing to get this GPU back to life (and the GPU itself is not broken) would be so salvage a card (1060 with same amount of VRAM) with just a broken GPU and go to a professional store to solder the working gpu to the working card.
Other then that, I don't see much hope for that GPU to work again.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
34 minutes ago, Thx And Bye said:

The "easiest" thing to get this GPU back to life (and the GPU itself is not broken) would be so salvage a card (1060 with same amount of VRAM) with just a broken GPU and go to a professional store to solder the working gpu to the working card.
Other then that, I don't see much hope for that GPU to work again.

i would have but i don't think there are any professionals in india who could salvage it......anyway thanks man

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