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Cpu heatsink i bent two of my standard intel heatsink push pin locks, is there any where i could go to buy new ones?

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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.
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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.
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Video how to remove heatsink assembly video how to replace heatsink assembly: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G3k9Ube9BBs

There are more videos listed on the right side of YouTube.

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

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