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Hi i have bended pins on my mother board in CPU socket.the motheboard is Gigabyte ex58-ud5 with x58 chipset and LGA 1366 socket for intel core i7.pins are not broken just bended.do you know any way to repair the pins so that my motherboard would work or is there any way to replace cpu socket.thanks for your help

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Hi,
The bented pins on the mother board can be repaired .For this disconnect all power cords, then use a tweezer to strighten the pins & no do not remove the pins .
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Posted on Sep 06, 2009

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