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tjustin7
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2022/01/04 19:11:52 (permalink)
Have an EVGA GTX960 that died.  It is not under warranty. Removing the heatsink reveals why it died, there appear to be burn marks by the large power connector in the upper left.
(the little connector below it is the fan connector).
 
I assume this is beyond the ability to repair; is there anything that can be done like selling the card or heatsink for parts or anything?  Just curious.

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Re: Dead GTX 960? 2022/01/05 13:27:05 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby tjustin7 2022/01/05 17:42:25
doesnt look great. since its a 960 and you cant fix it yourself, its not worth paying someone to fix. you could put it on ebay or any online marketplace as "for parts" and you may get $50 for it.
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