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<div style="font-style:italic">Oh reading the title I though you had a video of you juming on the mobo lol</div>

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you could just solder there if you could. i cant, the pins are just way too small and the possibility of soldering pins that you dont want to are just too high for me, also i wouldnt want to overheat the pcb or any other components espically the cpu if still fitted, which with my cheap iron i most certianly would.<br />
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pop the chip out and wire it, its completely reversable and easier.
 
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