You cant really see it, but it is all the way on the right side, about 8 pins down.
A while back, my pc overheated on me. So i took it apart, reapplied thermal paste, reseated the heatsink, and tried booting it up again. The computer itself would turn on, all fans running and everything, however would never boot up.
I took it back apart and saw those bent pins...my heart sank. I gave up and that computer has been sitting in my closet for over a year. Now i want to try to fix it back up and get it working again, because it was a beast of a computer.
I do not know if the motherboard will ever work again, or if i did anything to the processor by trying to boot it up multiple times with the bent pin. Just trying to figure out if it is even worth it. I don't understand how 2 pins could be bent like that, without the rest of it being messed up.
EDIT: The processor is an intel q6600, and the motherboard was a cheaper socket 775