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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-12-2019, 07:03 PM - Thread Starter
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Busted 3770k? 😞

I was doing some cleaning on my PC and sat this down a paper towel. Turns out slippery desk and cats don’t mix. As you can guess the paper towel got flung and didn’t think much about it since it fell onto carpet. I’m now getting 00 debug codes on my board and upon further inspection am missing a conductor.

I’ve tried searching any type of solutions, but since people use CPU and computer interchangeably it’s been difficult to problem solve.

TLDR- dropped cpu, broken conductor, no cpu detected now on mobo
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-12-2019, 07:29 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Megan Marshall View Post
I was doing some cleaning on my PC and sat this down a paper towel. Turns out slippery desk and cats don’t mix. As you can guess the paper towel got flung and didn’t think much about it since it fell onto carpet. I’m now getting 00 debug codes on my board and upon further inspection am missing a conductor.

I’ve tried searching any type of solutions, but since people use CPU and computer interchangeably it’s been difficult to problem solve.

TLDR- dropped cpu, broken conductor, no cpu detected now on mobo

...depending whether this is the only damage causing '00', tiny drop of solder **might** fix it...would need a 'magnifying light', duct-taping carefully around the broken area, filling only the surrounding channels w/nail polish or some other non-conductive materials, and ensuring that it has exactly the same height as original. That kind of soldering skill is rare, though - if you have it, great, if not, may be ask the neighborhood electronics store or jeweler who might be good at this....or look for another 3770K on Amazon / eBay, might be cheaper in the end.
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I'm thinking conductive paint and a toothpick.



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ltpdttcdft is probably right. If you could poke a pin hole in some masking tape and line it up to avoid shorting out to the other pins then this could be your best option. It really just needs to make contact with the pin on the motherboard, so as long as you can increase the surface area of what is left of the contact then it should conduct even if not shaped perfectly.

This of course assumes the piece that is left is the part still connected to the trace. Insert generic rant against cohabitation of creatures with humans.

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ltpdttcdft is probably right. If you could poke a pin hole in some masking tape and line it up to avoid shorting out to the other pins then this could be your best option. It really just needs to make contact with the pin on the motherboard, so as long as you can increase the surface area of what is left of the contact then it should conduct even if not shaped perfectly.

This of course assumes the piece that is left is the part still connected to the trace. Insert generic rant against cohabitation of creatures with humans.
yea this, i hope the little bit of the pad left is actually still connected to the trace ....

otherwise, rip.

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Is it broken off or just bent down? Hard to tell in pic. If it's bent just use a mechanical pencil tip to bend it back straight.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Redwoodz View Post
Is it broken off or just bent down? Hard to tell in pic. If it's bent just use a mechanical pencil tip to bend it back straight.
broken off, there is nothing to bend on an intel cpu, it's just a pad there can't be bent i think

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broken off, there is nothing to bend on an intel cpu, it's just a pad there can't be bent i think
Yes I see now. Maybe a little pencil lead in the missing spot will do.

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