I'm setting up a computer to give to a fellow student who doesn't have one. I'm using parts that I had, and parts that were donated. The motherboard I was given was a Socket 775 Asus, and it does not have onboard video. I didn't have a video card for it, so I had to ask for someone to donate one. Someone has come through on that, but I have to wait until it gets here. As I'm an impatient person, I began to try and think of a way to set the computer up and test it out while I wait for the donated video card to arrive. Out in my junk pile, I had two older EVGA Nvidia cards ( a 7950 GT and an 8600 GTS) that had failed. I had given up on these years ago, and they've just been in a box with dead motherboards, only being saved in case I needed to use the fan or maybe salvage some of the capacitors from them. I had heard about the oven trick but it never occurred to me to try it. But I had nothing to lose, so I gave it a shot with both cards. I followed the procedure in the above video, then put the fan assemblies back on and tested them out. Both cards now work flawlessly; I've run 3D Mark 06 numerous times, played YouTube videos, and haven't had a single issue! I wasn't really expecting this to work with either of the cards, much less both of them, so it was a very pleasant surprise.