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post #12 of 17
You can get them at FrozenCPU. Problems are, they aren't available with pcb pins. Second problem, you'll have to modify it (trim it to length), to adapt it to the board. These are designed for making extensions originally.

http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l3/g51/...ale-Page1.html

If you find the pcb pins, pls let me know where Atm, I just salvage them from dead boards.
Edited by Lucky 13 SpeedShop - 6/6/11 at 6:47pm
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just solder the wires directly to the PCB, its much easier and better, you can technically bunch them up and just solder one very large point, but make sure to short the others.

If you do one point its gotta be at least as big as all of them.
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They're not hard to make if you have pins and a crimper. I could probably whip you something up in about an hour. Only thing is I'd need the power supply that connector is attached to.

I have to say I'm a little confused though. Your OP shows pics of the header on the board and you're linking to the connector that is on the PSU. Which do you need?
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post
yea, there shoudl be some type of dealer, do you have local mom and pop computer stores?

Maybve just directly solder your PSu wires in place?

BTW with teh heat gun, you gotta aim at teh back of the board, it will melt plastic, 1kw is enough heat.
I want to replace it with exactly same or identical correct straight header.

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Originally Posted by SmasherBasher View Post
That's actually the receptacle the male pins go in. It's it straight or at a right-angle?

Nvm

http://search.digikey.com/scripts/Dk...rds=39-28-1083

It's called a straight header.
Omg, You are a life saver. I would have never found this. I could not thank you enough. I do believe this is exactly what I need.

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Originally Posted by Lucky 13 SpeedShop View Post
You can get them at FrozenCPU. Problems are, they aren't available with pcb pins. Second problem, you'll have to modify it (trim it to length), to adapt it to the board. These are designed for making extensions originally.

http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l3/g51/...ale-Page1.html

If you find the pcb pins, pls let me know where Atm, I just salvage them from dead boards.
I believe Smasher found what I need.

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just solder the wires directly to the PCB, its much easier and better, you can technically bunch them up and just solder one very large point, but make sure to short the others.

If you do one point its gotta be at least as big as all of them.
Yea, I hate wires if I could avoid with less I will. With the link Smasher posted I believe is what I need.

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Originally Posted by SmasherBasher View Post
They're not hard to make if you have pins and a crimper. I could probably whip you something up in about an hour. Only thing is I'd need the power supply that connector is attached to.

I have to say I'm a little confused though. Your OP shows pics of the header on the board and you're linking to the connector that is on the PSU. Which do you need?
Me?

I need the straight header connector of the link you posted, I will desolder the burnt one off my motherboard and solder the new one from the link you posted. I will order one soon. Now this connector you posted, after I solder it on my motherboard, I should be able to plug my PSU's 8-pin EPS12V plug into the newly soldered straight header.

Dood you are a life saver

Thanks again guy for helping me out. Over excited & happy now.
post #16 of 17
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All done n good. Once again Sin0822 & SmasherBasher, Thank you!

Ordered the replacement Friday and arrived today. Used the heatgun, got it off and new one on.

Board took some heat, read up that the pcb can take such heat though, so should be all ok. Discolored pcb a little but that's fine as long it works as it should.

How it looks in the pic, looks cracked but it is part of the mold of the housing as I checked the second one. I ordered two.


Sloppy but should be suffice. As I heated it up the second time to get the new one in, the old solder was still there, it all bonded fine, so I added some more solder with the pencil iron, hit it with some flux off spray on both sides.
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Glad to heat it worked!

yea the solder usually stays b/c of the lack of flux, but it heats up allowing through and then you can let it dry. Glad to hear that the heatgun method worked well for you! yea the PCbs can take a lot of heat,i desolder an entire mobo with my heat gun! but there wasn't too much discoloration
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