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o god please help this lost soul!!!!
havent you ever heard of the FAIL ship???!?!?!!!
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I strongly believe its a pushpin that is causing poor contact with the processor, I would try to push on each pushpin and see if there is any give with any of them
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I strongly believe its a pushpin that is causing poor contact with the processor, I would try to push on each pushpin and see if there is any give with any of them
Can u indicate to me which 1 should i push?
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Can u indicate to me which 1 should i push?
no, there should be four push pins, one on each corner, you will need to push on all of them to make sure they are all seated correctly
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no, there should be four push pins, one on each corner, you will need to push on all of them to make sure they are all seated correctly
Dude, did you not see the posted pics? It's screws, no pushpins.

And the fan in the way comes off. Just take a real good look at everything and see what has screws holding things in place.

EDIT: Here you go.

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I don't think you have push pins. All you'll need is a Phillips Head screwdriver.



Apparently you already have a bolt-through kit.
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but the backplate was in the box? Maybe the screws aren't screwed into anything and that is what is causing crappy temps
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but the backplate was in the box? Maybe the screws aren't screwed into anything and that is what is causing crappy temps
That's a possibility.

But what it looked like to me was those other backplates were for a 1366 and an AMD, and the 775 backplate might possibly be installed.

EDIT: Also, to everyone else posting in this thread, can you please keep the insults to yourself? Plenty of things in this thread are funny, but to insult him is just uncalled for. He's new and is learning, we were all there once. Plus their seems to be a language and cultural barrier. So take it easy and quit calling him stupid and a failure. It's not really his fault. He asked someone to help him build a system, and they screwed him over. He's doing good in asking for our advice. Let's not make him feel like an ass (donkey).

@ Tsuna: how old are you, just out of curiosity?
Edited by hiiyah777 - 12/16/08 at 9:41am
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