Hey guys, I have an older GTX 260 PNY XLR8 card that just sort of died the other day. It started giving me a RED screen and scrambled. I tried it in 3 different pcs and it happens in all 3. I ruled out heat, connections, software problems, driver problems and power supply. I re-did the heat sink paste on the gpu using Artic Silver. I took off the cover and everything looks good using a powerful magnifying glass, no burned marks or anything. I'm now wondering if a trace is bad??? So I want to try an cook the card in my wife's oven to re-flow the solder traces but I have never done that before. What temperature would I do it at, and for how long? Geez, it is a nice card for general purposes and I hate to toss it in the garbage if it can be fixed. I think it's at least worth a try.