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As fragile as these socket 775 pins are, is there any software out there that will test to make sure that all pins are making contact in the right place?
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Does the CPU fit in? It should fit like a charm no hassle.
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yeah, it's called a Power On Self Test

seriously their not that fragile... i've got a 775 test system that's had over 10 processors in it... inserted and removed at least 60 times...
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yeah, it's called a Power On Self Test

seriously their not that fragile... i've got a 775 test system that's had over 10 processors in it... inserted and removed at least 60 times...
Same here....What's with some of these people (not the person who started this thread, not talking about you.) saying that you can only install and remove up to 10 times before something breaks? I've installed so many processors in my old Intel board that i can't even keep count, lol. Never had any problems. The people that install 10 or less times must slam the processors into the slot and force them closed or something.
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Yeh but I just repaired a broken pin, and wondered if there was a way to make sure it was contacting right, or possibly if it's just running good anyway. The computer is booting fine with the ASUS p5b deluxe.

I guess the self test probably does the trick.
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If it boots it should probably be fine...got a picture of the broken pin? Could have just been a ground pin or something. Do some tests like OCCT or Orthos to check for stability if you want to.
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Yeh I've never actually found a diagram for the 775 socket or any of the chips. There were a few bent pins which I straightened out, and one broke, so I built it up with some epoxy, but I just wonder if I built it up enough. When you lock the chip down, it pushes down on the pins a little bit it seems like, so it should make contact, but it would just be nice to know for sure.
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