I don't think so. Most components in there (included plastic) can support more than 250°C so you're not incinerating anything that creates any fumes. I suppose a burnt pizza leaves more toxic fumes than baking a GPU, IMHO.
Thanks! I'm so happy that you at least proved that even with some mistakes, this method may still be working though! No worries about trying to be so careful (if you're ok with losing a DP port LOL). Thanks for the comment bro!
Oh boy, so satisfactory! Im here to post that I've done it with my 4yrs old EVGA 560Ti. 4 days ago, it crashed while I was gaming and after that it started to show artifacts on BIOS, on setup, on POST, and even on windows load, it wouldn't boot either (crashing with BSOD driver reset error), although I could boot on Safe Mode (with millions of artifacts) and saw this guide, and all these comments that made me try it at last.
So, I've cooked it for 12 mins at low temp in my gas oven (don't have thermometer so I decided to put it in medium).
After slowly cooling it first near the oven and then blowing with a fan some cool air from outside, I tested it with no luck (I forgot to connect the power cable, but didn't realize LOL) and decided to put it for another 8 minutes in the oven at maximum.
I instantly tried again, and after it doesn't boot I finally realize I wasn't connecting the power (so dumb of me lol). After that it booted up again normally! So far it's working now, I'll post whenever it dies again!
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