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Are those motherboard socket pin broken?

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Long story short, a mover stole my CPU and tried to hide it by putting back the HSF without anything to cover the socket pin. When i look at the socket there are some pins that look uneven and i fear they are broken.

I took somes picture with my blurry cam







I hope they are clear enough to identify.
post #2 of 4
They're definitely bent, but I can't tell if they're broken off or not. I do see others that are bent as well. Is this mover going to do something about this?
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60GB Corsair Force LS SSD 2TB Seagate Momentus HDD Prolimatech Samuel 17 Microsoft Windows 10 Pro x64 
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Corsair SF450 Fractal Design Node 202 
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its repairable, ive fixed worse.... use a big magnifying sheet / or big magnifying glasses and do work. other question tho: that is one dirty ass board, why is it so bad? and what was the cpu?
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I ran it open air for about 3 years, my cpu was xeon e3-1245v2

The guy in charge of said give him a few days to find out who on his team did it. But my country is quite bad in customer protection law. At most i could lodge a police report and suck it.

Does warranty cover this case? In the worst case is there any way to back up my things? my sdd+hdd are still intact. I take that if i get a new board + cpu, i cant run the old OS any more right?
Edited by sterob - 3/28/15 at 10:19am
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