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I'm gonna be selling my old motherboard. I've been having a memory issue, and swapped boards. Didn't help.

I did, however, bend a few pins while trying to put the plate back on. No idea how I did it. Here's a picture:

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I would try to bend them back, but I have no idea how.

Just wondering what a fair price would be.
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between 110-125 if a cpu will seat properly and the board is useable......if not id say 50 bucks maybe 75 as-is
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same $75 as is, maybe more if your lucky.
Edited by Sean Webster - 6/12/11 at 4:31pm
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I would say $80. There are some referbs on newegg for $110. Just take a needle and bend the bent pins back up carefully, shouldn't be a problem.
 
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post #5 of 5
A mechanical pencil would be perfect...pins fit right in...don't use too much force.
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