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CPU There are about 50 pins that is bent!What should I do?

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New build with this mono and I'm not getting it to post, no beep. i do not have a chassis speaker plugged into the mobo. should i be hearing a beep if hooked up correctly? sorry, first build, complete

I don't know too much about this. Here are some suggestions:

You don't need a hard disk connected to get the system to POST.
It would be helpful to have a m/b or chassis speaker connected to help with diagnosing problems.
Have you connected up the 20/24 main power connector (I guess you have), but have you also connected up the separate CPU power connector (8 pin on this one I think) ?
Have you connected the power switch properly (or otherwise ensured that the PSU is working properly) ?
Have you made the proper stand-off arrangements for the m/b ? (some m/bs need either conducting or insulating stand-offs to isolate the m/b from the case except at the proper places - like by the connectors)
Have you checked your CMOS battery is in place ?
CPU PnP cap removed, and CPU inserted in the correct orientation ?
It's unlikely to be memory (it would beep - ensure your (internal) speaker is connected - you may need to connect the 'Chassis Speaker Header')...but try with only one DIMM inserted in A1 slot nearest the CPU. (I think your m/b has the option of a beep-on-boot feature)
Check all the jumpers are connected/NC as appropriate.
Does your case have a CASE OPEN warning feature ? (I guess that even if it does you have connected it appropriately because you have power).
I can't find a 'troubleshooting section in the ASRock manual, nor anything what beep codes (or lack thereof) mean.
Finally, if I have got this right you m/b has an 8-pin ATX/CPU connection socket, but the Silverstone PSU which comes with your case has only a 4 pin ATX/12V connector...ensure that you have connected the appropriate 4 pins !
Sorry I have just provided a bit of a random check list. You may have to (if you haven't already) just take it all apart and reassemble it to find that it works.
When you get it working, please let us know what the problem was/and how you fixed it.

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How many pins are in a intel celeron cpu 540 @ 1.86ghz

I would use a web site like memory store dot com, They have a small executable that will auto detect and point out what you need. Or you could use the manual search.

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Bent CPU Socket Pins on a P8z77v Deluxe


Get a pair of needle nose pliers and bend them back.

Hope this hellps

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How to recognise a pin and pi nnless processor

A pin Processor has metal pins on the bottom of it.

For an example let's use an Intel Pentium 4 processor, that fit in a Socket 478 processor socket.

Viewing the link above, observe the green square under the grayish metallic looking square.
The green square is a circuit board.
(Width and length, about the length of your first digit on your thumb)

The grayish metallic square, is a metal shell cover over a Chipset.
Chip and Chipset are slang terms for I.C.
Integrated Circuit,

The Integrated Circuit here is the Processor.
The Processor is connected to the green circuit board. (PCB. Printed Circuit Board)

On the bottom of the green circuit board are contact pins. In this case 478 of them. (478 pins)

The tiny metal contact pins fit down into matching socket holes, in the processor socket.

A Socket 478 processor socket,

(You can click on the photo to the upper right to enlarge it.

The next design to come out, has the Processor with contact pads, (Pinless), and the processor socket has the contact pins.
An LGA 775 processor socket,

Example of a Pentium Dual Core's bottom side. (LGA 775 processor socket is used),

There you have it.

A 'Pin' processor has metal contact pins on the bottom.

A 'Pinless' processor has metal contact pads.

For additional questions please post in a Comment.


Sep 03, 2011 | Intel Computer Processors

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Which one is better nd more cheaper,between a pinless nd a pinned processor?? #Urgent please!!

Neither type is better or worse than the other if you're talking about performance (speed). AMD processors have traditionally always been pinned because their socket types require them to be. Intel also used pinned processors as well but since the Core2 and Pentium D lines came out a few years ago, they have ditched the pinned design for something in my opinion that is easier to install. Instead of pins they now have a more flat design with what appear to be receptor-like squares that don't actually physically plug into the cpu socket on the motherboard. With the AMD processors you have to be careful not to bend the pins otherwise it will damage the cpu and in the worst case scenario render it inoperable. Sometimes you can bend the pins back into place.

But in the end, performance-wise they're all the same, you just have to be careful when handling them.

Feb 20, 2011 | Intel Computer Processors

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I use pentium d 3.00 GHz processor ....i open it from its cpu case and clean it ....but when i restore it i dont work....i mean monitor is blank.......but ram is ok ...i checked it

If the monitor is blank it means that you may not of reseated the processor properly. Also, some socket boards have the pins for the processor on the board as oppose to it being on the processor. Therefore, it's possible if not careful enough you could easily bend the pins on the motherboad. Check to make sure not of the pns are bent. However you look at it, it is definitely a processor issue and nothing else.

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Is it possible to put the cpu back in the wrong way? i have just cleaned my comp & i removed the fan over the cpu & the video card? i put them back & now i cant get a signal to my monitor could...

If there is no activity when you power up then it could be the CPU.
Remove the CPU and check the CPU to see if you have not bent any pins. The CPU can only be installed in one position.
The CPU when removed usually sticks to the heatsink.
The CPU should be removed off the heatsink.
The CPU is locked onto the CPU chip holder, lift the locking level up to release the CPU or there may be a locking screw instead of a lever. Turn the screw anti-clockwise to release the CPU lock.
Insert the CPU in the chip holder and lock the CPU in place. If it a screw lock then turn the screw clockwise to lock the CPU in place.
Smear some fresh heat sink compound on the CPU and heatsink and place and then lock the heatsink in place.

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Ga 7vm400am motherboard

yes they are both 462 pin socket a processors and you have a socket a motherboard

Apr 30, 2010 | Computer Processors

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Processors problem


Make sure your pins on the bottem of the cpu is not bent. If they are, you will need a new cpu.

Good Luck

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Cpu heatsink

Yes Any Computer Shop
Even Ebay

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