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Bent pins, I suspect the cpu is ok...I already asked a coworker to lend me his z68 board (my former board) to test the cpu.

Here's my take on it, I suspect the IHS positioning is crucial when re-lidding it.
I think mine bent the socket pins when putting the latch cover in place, cause of the uneven pressure.

Any thoughts on this?
post #732 of 33685
Yah the pins are so easy to bend it is not funny only real safe way to avoid that is to remove mb and install the Cpu flat...

I can fix your pins but u would have to ship to the states.. which would prolly end up being about the price of the board lol...
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Bent pins, I suspect the cpu is ok...I already asked a coworker to lend me his z68 board (my former board) to test the cpu.
Here's my take on it, I suspect the IHS positioning is crucial when re-lidding it.
I think mine bent the socket pins when putting the latch cover in place, cause of the uneven pressure.
Any thoughts on this?

No i do not think this is so.. i have a ton of pressure on mine and no bend pins..

However when installing the cpu and ur holding it then any up down left right movement will bend them instantly done it many times lol.

Amd cpus with pins on the cpu its self is much worse.
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Bent pins, I suspect the cpu is ok...I already asked a coworker to lend me his z68 board (my former board) to test the cpu.
Here's my take on it, I suspect the IHS positioning is crucial when re-lidding it.
I think mine bent the socket pins when putting the latch cover in place, cause of the uneven pressure.
Any thoughts on this?

If you can lol again try and give us a picture of your IB chip then we can diagnose it. For example on the first post look at the link where I say although we have had people kill their chips before. And his actually still runs so go check that one out.
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I'm really thinking about attempting this but I got one question. Has anyone tried to use a thing gauge wire instead of a razor? Maybe some strong fishing line which I would think would work and put the die and pcb at much less risk of being damaged.

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Yah the pins are so easy to bend it is not funny only real safe way to avoid that is to remove mb and install the Cpu flat...
I can fix your pins but u would have to ship to the states.. which would prolly end up being about the price of the board lol...
No i do not think this is so.. i have a ton of pressure on mine and no bend pins..
However when installing the cpu and ur holding it then any up down left right movement will bend them instantly done it many times lol.
Amd cpus with pins on the cpu its self is much worse.

Thanks a lot for that! I think you may be right, cause I installed the cpu with the mobo in the case, and over my knees while sitting down. Bad idea frown.gif
I'll rma it, see if I can get it repaired for free or get a replacement.

This week I'll be testing my cpu with a z68 board hopefully, so I'll be able to post some results and pics for ya.
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I'm really thinking about attempting this but I got one question. Has anyone tried to use a thing gauge wire instead of a razor? Maybe some strong fishing line which I would think would work and put the die and pcb at much less risk of being damaged.
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Possibly but you'd have to use something line spider wire fishing line. Inly thin srtond enough but then you run into the issue of how your going to hold the cpu while your using both hands for the fishing line.
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Thanks a lot for that! I think you may be right, cause I installed the cpu with the mobo in the case, and over my knees while sitting down. Bad idea frown.gif
I'll rma it, see if I can get it repaired for free or get a replacement.
This week I'll be testing my cpu with a z68 board hopefully, so I'll be able to post some results and pics for ya.

Take the board out get bright light look and see what direction the pins are going use a razor to bend it back in that direction making sure no pins are touching one another.
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I'm really thinking about attempting this but I got one question. Has anyone tried to use a thing gauge wire instead of a razor? Maybe some strong fishing line which I would think would work and put the die and pcb at much less risk of being damaged.
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Glue is pretty tough i donno... I see the baking the cpu in the oven heating the glue idea a great one and use a very thin razor.. just after u break the edge of the glue aim the razor up and you should not hit anything...

I did it like this not 1 scratch on my pcb.
    
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Possibly but you'd have to use something line spider wire fishing line. Inly thin srtond enough but then you run into the issue of how your going to hold the cpu while your using both hands for the fishing line.

You could just hold it down with your thumbs as your dragging the wire under the IHS. This is tempting but the fact of killing my good clocking chip kinda deters me. Maybe you could even break one corner open with a razer then get the wire in there to finish it. I dunno, just some thoughts.
 
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Take the board out get bright light look and see what direction the pins are going use a razor to bend it back in that direction making sure no pins are touching one another.
Glue is pretty tough i donno... I see the baking the cpu in the oven heating the glue idea a great one and use a very thin razor.. just after u break the edge of the glue aim the razor up and you should not hit anything...
I did it like this not 1 scratch on my pcb.

I really feel like repairing it myself, but I find it too hard...I'll see if a friend can help me out. He has done that type of repairs before and has better eye sight than me.
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Originally Posted by nagle3092 View Post

You could just hold it down with your thumbs as your dragging the wire under the IHS. This is tempting but the fact of killing my good clocking chip kinda deters me. Maybe you could even break one corner open with a razer then get the wire in there to finish it. I dunno, just some thoughts.

You could do that but you really don't wanna hit that die. Shoot even when I delidded mine I put my box cutter blad completely flat and very slowly wiggled it back and forth and eventually got under the lid. Then the rest was just slowly moving it around and I only put in maybe an 8th of an inch under the lid just enough for the glue.
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