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    Post My bros GTX 560 Ti

    Well well well

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    The card actually looks fine, but I won't test it out since well my brother's mobo went kaput, who knows. But since it's in my hands now, is there a way to change MOSFETs or capacitors and such? Any ideas to get it working again would be great, except baking please no troll about that.

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    Also @Sybaris Caesar you're still using one so be careful

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
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    The card actually looks fine, but I won't test it out since well my brother's mobo went kaput, who knows. But since it's in my hands now, is there a way to change MOSFETs or capacitors and such? Any ideas to get it working again would be great, except baking please no troll about that.

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    Also @Sybaris Caesar you're still using one so be careful
    how do you know its the MOSFET or the capacitor?

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    as far as i know.... avas and romulus bros did 'fix' one or two gfx cards...
    at least they know where you should bring your gfx card to 'poke' it. tag'em (avas911, fox mulder, codex, vanguard etc.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    how do you know its the MOSFET or the capacitor?
    Which one can kill the motherboard of any PC?

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    Actually I use GTX 560 Ti
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    Actually I use GTX 560 Ti
    It's the same card

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    following,got a dead 6770,if it can be fixed I will be happy
    Live with life in your blood,Die with honor in your name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Which one can kill the motherboard of any PC?
    A lot of thing....

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    i got a dead 7770 too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    It's the same card
    :o don't know why I was reading 650 Ti though
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    djrock please don't bother me. You are in my ignore list so I don't have to see literal poop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    A lot of thing....
    Then I think the TT Smart SE did this, more probable cause as I've heard from a friend that the 970 Gaming is actually quite a good durable board. Dying like this raises tons of questions somehow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    TT Smart
    toldya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    toldya.
    Not like I said otherwise Jeez

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    I can always take a look at it. I came across a similar situation where @Badhon_raj had a faulty HD 5670 1 GB DDR3, that worked for awhile but used to make the whole system short afterwards, and wouldn't allow the system to power on while it was installed. I remember the mobo I had it tested on, having a few resistors setting themselves on fire before my very eyes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fox mulder View Post
    i can always take a look at it. I came across a similar situation where @badhon_raj had a faulty hd 5670 1 gb ddr3, that worked for awhile but used to make the whole system short afterwards, and wouldn't allow the system to power on while it was installed. I remember the mobo i had it tested on, having a few resistors setting themselves on fire before my very eyes.


    :o .

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    toldya.
    Don't blame something with out knowing what actually ¤¤¤¤ed it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    Don't blame something with out knowing what actually ¤¤¤¤ed it up.
    somebody or something destroyed the pc....
    something... it was walpole!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    I can always take a look at it. I came across a similar situation where @Badhon_raj had a faulty HD 5670 1 GB DDR3, that worked for awhile but used to make the whole system short afterwards, and wouldn't allow the system to power on while it was installed. I remember the mobo I had it tested on, having a few resistors setting themselves on fire before my very eyes.
    Ah can you still take a look at my GTX 560 Ti by chance? If so PM the address

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