I was given a Fry's system with a Foxconn 8800 GTX/768 along with Intel Q6600 CPU. The system wouldn't start with the Foxconn card so I put in my EVGA GTX560ti 448 and it boots fine. Is it possible to revive the 8800 via the baking method? I took off the the thermal pads before reading the long bake thread; so I have to get some more, if necessary. Can I just test the card without putting the fan, paste, and thermal pads by starting the system and quickly turning it off after POST? Or, will the card overheat that quickly? I'd rather not buy thermal pads if I don't need to; I already have thermal paste though. Also, what's a good NVIDIA (AMD) graphics card to go with the Intel Q6600 if I can't get the 8800GTX to work? (I have an extra EVGA 9800GT I'll use unless there's a better option; is the 560ti 448 too much?"