Question Fixable? RTX 2070 & GTX 1060 with burnt components

NathanWantsPC

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Sep 11, 2019
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Hello,
I'm facing a problem with my GIGABYTE RTX 2070 WINDFORCE 8G and MSI GTX 1060 3GT OC video cards.
Both cards have damaged hardware, see photo (+ closeup CLICK HERE).
1060 is reported by the device administrator with code 43.
2070 runs for a while (the system uses integrated graphics) and as soon as it recognizes the video card, everything cuts down - after restarting, a windows recovery tool boots.
Please refer me to similar post on internet, If you know of one
I have 4 questions:
  1. Is it possible to fix these?
  2. How long would it take for an experienced person?
  3. Is it possible that there will be an error elsewhere after soldering the components?
  4. What is the reasonable price to pay to get these fixed?
  5. Unfixable: what is the price of that gpu as sold for spare parts.

 
Mar 7, 2022
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Hello,
I'm facing a problem with my GIGABYTE RTX 2070 WINDFORCE 8G and MSI GTX 1060 3GT OC video cards.
Both cards have damaged hardware, see photo (+ closeup CLICK HERE).
1060 is reported by the device administrator with code 43.
2070 runs for a while (the system uses integrated graphics) and as soon as it recognizes the video card, everything cuts down - after restarting, a windows recovery tool boots.
Please refer me to similar post on internet, If you know of one
I have 4 questions:
  1. Is it possible to fix these?
  2. How long would it take for an experienced person?
  3. Is it possible that there will be an error elsewhere after soldering the components?
  4. What is the reasonable price to pay to get these fixed?
  5. Unfixable: what is the price of that gpu as sold for spare parts.

Dude ur screwed i dont think you can fix the first one. Second one probably.
 

uppercut4u

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Mar 22, 2018
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photo 1 - IF the damage is through the PCB its a no go. It could affect the tracing. the second photo you can see the copper exposed in many spots and the components damaged doesnt look too bad but there are many to replace.
 

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