Dreadlockyx Posted August 10, 2013 Share Posted August 10, 2013 (edited) For this, we will need: - similar memory chips, - desoldering tools (IR station or hot air gun, electronically adjustable highly preferred), - "chip sucker", - 100W soldering iron with flat tip, - thermometer (optionnal), - one or two "third hand", - solder wick, - aluminum foil to protect some parts, - flux. If anyone wants the full process with images, tell me and I'll adjust the post. We take chips from a healthy DDR module to put them on a VGA to increase its memory amount. With the heat gun, we remove chips from the graphics card. Then we put on the new ones. Unfortunately, due to my poor skills in electronics, it miserably failed. I need to clean the pads better and perfect my resolder technique. Stay tuned ! Edited August 11, 2013 by Christian Ney Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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