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post #11 of 30
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ya i read over forum about the pins trick only problem is i have no mobo for it . its socket 478
Well, if you want me to solder the pins back on, just send me a pm and we will work something out.
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Well, if you want me to solder the pins back on, just send me a pm and we will work something out.
i dont have the orginal pins. will grocery bag ties or speaker wires work?
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post #13 of 30
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i dont have the orginal pins. will grocery bag ties or speaker wires work?
No, grocery bag ties are not copper, and speaker wire is wound wire, not solid. I have solid core copper wire here at my house already . And if I don't have the right size, then Radio Shack is about 300 yards away.
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yea, don't use grocery bag ties.. that will give you more problems.. Just run down to the nearest radio shack and get some small (12 gauge or less) copper wire.. I guess speaker wire will work, if it holds up..

Lando is great at soldering, he did a few mobo mods for me
    
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No, grocery bag ties are not copper, and speaker wire is wound wire, not solid. I have solid core copper wire here at my house already . And if I don't have the right size, then Radio Shack is about 300 yards away.
ooh. do you live on Gilbert road? what are your major cross roads. just wondering how far you live from me

i just found out i have a roll of 24 guage spekaer wires right in front of me the whole time.
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ooh. do you live on Gilbert road? what are your major cross roads. just wondering how far you live from me

i just found out i have a roll of 24 guage spekaer wires right in front of me the whole time.
I am near Ray and Cooper.

Speaker wire is too flimsy, it won't hold up for very long.
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Wow, that's cool, I am in Gilbert. Spooked Junglist (another mod here) also lives in the valley. Other than that, I think we have about 10 other members in the Phoenix area
Lol and I might be moving to Chandler after I get out of college.
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How the heck do you get engineering samples? From lottery?
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post #19 of 30
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Speaker wire is too flimsy, it won't hold up for very long.
well if its sitting in your socket
wont it be sorta just stuck there?
it isnt really moving right?

and you shouldnt be exposing you CPU to anything that might damage it anyway RIGHT?!?!?!?!?!?!
lol

where did you get that processor man?
cuz there rare and if u can find em there real expenseive
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oh and you have the same water cooler as me I think

sorry for the off topic, but how is it working for you?

I get like 24ish idle and 30 load if I run it at full speed
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