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Old 05-27-2019, 07:06 AM   #16
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Default Re: Need help with Shuttle SB83G5A - fans spin but that's all

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Originally Posted by momaka View Post
Even on its lowest setting, most boards I put on it will reach 150-170C within 3-7 minutes, which is actually a decent "heating curve" for a reflow profile. Then I turn on the heat gun and to get things to the right reflow temperature.
I usually blast stuff right away at 350*C when I reflow (using a automotive heatgun) and have had lots of success (2 PS3s, a Geforce 7600GT 256MB PCI-E, a 9800GT, a 7900GS and the list can continue) with it. Key part is don't heat stuff up for too long if using such heat guns. I usually kept it blasting for about 2-3 minutes tops.

But in the end, your technique will probably work (haven't tried it, am really curious to see how it turns out!)too.
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