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So this motherboard I have has 5-6 broken pins, is there a fix for this. I have seen threads about fixing bent pins but these pins are BROKEN XD The board is an ASUS Maximus II Formula. Please tell me what I need to buy to fix this if I can fix it... Also this board is way past its warranty (not to mention they wouldn't cover it either lol) Nor do I care if I beak it more not my main board and i got it for cheap.

So here's a pic:
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That one cap doesnt look good.
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That one cap doesnt look good.
Shes been abused
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I don't think there is a fix for that one. Too intricate to do at home to fix that with any degree of success. Being it is essentially junk to fix it hypothetically you would need a donor board to get the pins from. then you would need to undertake the task of soldering the donor pins to the spots where the broken pins currently are. Good luck

If you really want to get daring you could try to change the whole socket. It is surface soldered so you would need to melt that solder to get it to come up and you need to do that twice and then hope there is enough solder left over to remount again. Really tricky but hey if it was mine I would try just for giggles as it is already junk.
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Skripka's Crystal Ball shows me a new motherboard in your future.
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I don't think there is a fix for that one. Too intricate to do at home to fix that with any degree of success. Being it is essentially junk to fix it hypothetically you would need a donor board to get the pins from. then you would need to undertake the task of soldering the donor pins to the spots where the broken pins currently are. Good luck

If you really want to get daring you could try to change the whole socket. It is surface soldered so you would need to melt that solder to get it to come up and you need to do that twice and then hope there is enough solder left over to remount again. Really tricky but hey if it was mine I would try just for giggles as it is already junk.
now I wish I didn't throw away my older 775 board lol
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