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    I have a Sapphire HD 7770 Graphics card which I bought on 2013 from UCC. Now I'm facing a problem with the card is that during windows boot after the windows logo some fuzzy colors are being seen for a few seconds and then PC restart automatically. And this problem is going on. I had 2-year of warranty, unfortunately, it is 2016 so I don't have any warranty left. Now my question is where can I repair the GPU??. Will UCC repair the GPU?? If anyone have any idea or experience on this matter please help me which place would be better to repair the GPU ..............

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    Rule of the thumb is, YOU DON'T! Buy a new card. GTX 950 SE or 950 proper if PSU is good enough.
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    The semiconductor industry is evolved in such a way, that if you face an issue, its most of the cases no one can fix it. So better buy a new card

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    Speaking of dead AMD cards, my friends 7750 just died a while ago :v

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Speaking of dead AMD cards, my friends 7750 just died a while ago :v
    R.I.P the poor GPU souls. Nobody will remember these small fries.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skibrit View Post
    I have a Sapphire HD 7770 Graphics card which I bought on 2013 from UCC. Now I'm facing a problem with the card is that during windows boot after the windows logo some fuzzy colors are being seen for a few seconds and then PC restart automatically. And this problem is going on. I had 2-year of warranty, unfortunately, it is 2016 so I don't have any warranty left. Now my question is where can I repair the GPU??. Will UCC repair the GPU?? If anyone have any idea or experience on this matter please help me which place would be better to repair the GPU ..............
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    The baking thing is really tempting as I have spare oven lying around too

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    Whatever chances of reviving a GPU through proper reballing is killed thanks to the oven method, but if done right you may get another 3~4 days, weeks or months out of your defective GPU. The problem is that people tend to sell their cards off at this state and it's difficult to tell whether a GPU has been through a bake because the PCB's color doesn't always speak the truth about it, so.. I would advice against linking people to these type of tutorials knowing the type of mindset we Bangalis have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    Whatever chances of reviving a GPU through proper reballing is killed thanks to the oven method, but if done right you may get another 3~4 days, weeks or months out of your defective GPU. The problem is that people tend to sell their cards off at this state and it's difficult to tell whether a GPU has been through a bake because the PCB's color doesn't always speak the truth about it, so.. I would advice against linking people to these type of tutorials knowing the type of mindset we Bangalis have.
    Linus tech already has 2mill of youtube sub so linking it does it even matter ? Also the baking does even work always we can see at 2nd video, Using oven to fry gpu is extremely risky it is already stated in the video too, I honestly do not see the problem of linking such tutorial

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    You are entitled to your opinion, as I am to mine. And just FYI what Linus did in the video, I can do better.

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    The oven method may work. But the thing is Graphics Card works fine and display properly in safe Mode but having the problem on regular start up...............

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    Whatever chances of reviving a GPU through proper reballing is killed thanks to the oven method, but if done right you may get another 3~4 days, weeks or months out of your defective GPU. The problem is that people tend to sell their cards off at this state and it's difficult to tell whether a GPU has been through a bake because the PCB's color doesn't always speak the truth about it, so.. I would advice against linking people to these type of tutorials knowing the type of mindset we Bangalis have.
    This is why I linked all three videos, instead of just the first one. And do you really think those shady people in BD will find this idea here first, instead of countless other discussions of this topic all across the interwebz?

    Quote Originally Posted by skibrit View Post
    The oven method may work. But the thing is Graphics Card works fine and display properly in safe Mode but having the problem on regular start up...............
    So, your GPU works fine in safe mode, but windows fails to boot in normal mode, and you are looking for a place to repair your GPU instead of repairing your Windows?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    Whatever chances of reviving a GPU through proper reballing is killed thanks to the oven method, but if done right you may get another 3~4 days, weeks or months out of your defective GPU. The problem is that people tend to sell their cards off at this state and it's difficult to tell whether a GPU has been through a bake because the PCB's color doesn't always speak the truth about it, so.. I would advice against linking people to these type of tutorials knowing the type of mindset we Bangalis have.
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    It might be driver problem? Since safe mode doesn't load the official drivers of loads the generic Windows driver. Try on a different PC without any driver @skibrit
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    A faulty GPU can still boot into safe mode.


    Quote Originally Posted by Swapnil View Post
    This is why I linked all three videos, instead of just the first one. And do you really think those shady people in BD will find this idea here first, instead of countless other discussions of this topic all across the interwebz?
    For some reason I couldn't see the video in the middle, so I had to try quoting you to find the link out. The guy was raging but he shares my views. :v
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swapnil View Post
    So, your GPU works fine in safe mode, but windows fails to boot in normal mode, and you are looking for a place to repair your GPU instead of repairing your Windows?
    I've already reinstalled windows multiple times. After fresh installation It displays properly in normal mode but unfortunately, the problem comes out after some time.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by skibrit View Post
    I've already reinstalled windows multiple times. After fresh installation It displays properly in normal mode but unfortunately, the problem comes out after some time.......
    After some time means like 5-10 minutes? Does it depends on if you keep the PC on and use it after the reinstall, or does it happen always, even if you keep the PC off for hours right after reinstalling windows. Do you install the drivers yourself or do you let the windows install it automatically? Did you try disabling windows update right after windows setup and see if the problem comes back again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    Whatever chances of reviving a GPU through proper reballing is killed thanks to the oven method, but if done right you may get another 3~4 days, weeks or months out of your defective GPU. The problem is that people tend to sell their cards off at this state and it's difficult to tell whether a GPU has been through a bake because the PCB's color doesn't always speak the truth about it, so.. I would advice against linking people to these type of tutorials knowing the type of mindset we Bangalis have.
    BTW, you might be interested in something I've found out recently. I never seen this thing mentioned in any discussion about Oven Method for GPU fixing, but after that discovery I think the re-flow of the BGA solder isn't what fixes the GPU. The thing is, ceramic capacitors loses their capacity over time, like any other type of capacitors. But they have one unique property, that they regain their capacity if heated above their recommended soldering temperature (known as curie point). Sometimes they even go above their rated capacity when heated. So, I think it is possible that some of the cards die because some capacitors on them loses too much capacity, and then heating them in the Oven without any proper heat regulation causes them to gain back their capacity. In that case, the card dies again soon because, 1. Heating reduces life of the non ceramic (tantalum and electrolytic) capacitors and 2. a ceramic capacitor that crapped out first time will crap out again, faster. The damage to the tantalum capacitors might also explain why the oven method doesn't work more than once or twice.

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    The video in the middle that you linked to earlier kinda says the same thing differently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swapnil View Post
    After some time means like 5-10 minutes? Does it depends on if you keep the PC on and use it after the reinstall, or does it happen always, even if you keep the PC off for hours right after reinstalling windows. Do you install the drivers yourself or do you let the windows install it automatically? Did you try disabling windows update right after windows setup and see if the problem comes back again?

    Yes, I installed the drivers manually myself and also turned off automatic windows update all the time. After windows reinstall it runs fine like 1-2 times no matter how many hours I use but after 3rd 4th boot, programs start to crash and a blue or white screen is shown and PC restarts automatically. And then, it never goes forward after the windows logo, a black screen is shown and PC restarts automatically. And the same thing happens every time whenever I give a fresh install.

    I've called UCC service center and they are saying that they can fix Graphics Card but that depends on the problem types. After hearing the problem they said It might be the problem of Display architecture and if so It can't be fixed in Bangladesh at all. But they are not sure if other components like capacitors burns or something then they can fix it. So I'm intending to take it to them let's see what they say. If its a minor problem then I will fix it otherwise it is the end of the Sapphire 7770 ..........

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    It might be driver problem? Since safe mode doesn't load the official drivers of loads the generic Windows driver. Try on a different PC without any driver
    I have tried on a different PC and same problem occurs after installing the driver ................. @Sybaris Caesar
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