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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67A-UD4-B3 is dead ?

    I do see a bent pin, I could fix it with a mechanical pencil ....
    I'm curious about how to use a mechanical pencil to fix bent pins.
    Do you retract the pencil lead and slip the small "tube" end over the pin and gently pivot the other end of the mechanical pencil in the appropriate direction?
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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67A-UD4-B3 is dead ?

    Ya, I just use an empty one or take out the lead, the thinner the metal point the better and it needs to be the type with the metal barrel not plastic. Then just slightly and slowly bend, a little at a time, checking, bending, checking, ect.

    Some tips you have to flip over sometimes, that is tricky and I usually do with very thin needle, then bend into place if needed after that with pencil.

    They are getting VERY thin and fragile now though, each socket is getting worse, soon it will be so thin we will have to use human hair to bend them back into place or fly wings maybe?

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    Okie dokie, thanks for the info.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67A-UD4-B3 is dead ?

    that pin has been moved when I remove socket cover ... I guess. Because I just a few days ago started to learn how to configure BIOS on Intel chipsets and this is first time when I got know-how with installing CPU into LGA1155 and similar sockets.

    I have to wait for checking my CPU at my friend ... so tomorrow

    BTW, that pin is done ... not damaged :D I fix it! ... I guess..

    Thanks guys for all information and support.


    I got a message from my friend ... the CPU is good ... OK. So must be something wrong with motherboard
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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67A-UD4-B3 is dead ?

    Good luck, let us know how you make out.
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    I've just fixed four pins one was very badly bent,i find a fine sewing needle is the best,at the tip of each pin is a tiny point allowing you to flick the pin back into position
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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67A-UD4-B3 is dead ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Brandoo View Post
    that pin has been moved when I remove socket cover ... I guess. Because I just a few days ago started to learn how to configure BIOS on Intel chipsets and this is first time when I got know-how with installing CPU into LGA1155 and similar sockets.

    I have to wait for checking my CPU at my friend ... so tomorrow

    BTW, that pin is done ... not damaged :D I fix it! ... I guess..

    Thanks guys for all information and support.


    I got a message from my friend ... the CPU is good ... OK. So must be something wrong with motherboard
    So, the pin was bent before, and the board did work after that? Are you are sure of that, it was working with the bent pin before?

    I believe you if so, just checking so we can know if the pin was bent before the failure and working, or bent after the failure and thus hadn't worked since.

    Anyway, you fixed the pin now correct? If so, great, when will you get your CPU back so you can test again?


    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    I've just fixed four pins one was very badly bent,i find a fine sewing needle is the best,at the tip of each pin is a tiny point allowing you to flick the pin back into position
    Be careful doing that, the newer boards since 1366 the tips are very fragile and can snap of easy that way. I use to do that way too, and sometimes still have to in order to bend a tip back over or something like that, but I never move the pins anymore with needles.

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    Yes you have to be very carefull as they will snap off,just tease it back into position,

    @brandoo let's hope it was the pin that was giving you issues
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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67A-UD4-B3 is dead ?

    I was a bit bothered with the following statement:
    I updated my post, after seeing how you described the pin location, looks like it could be either one? They need to include a full image of the socket first, then describe or show which quadrant they refer to as top/bottom and then show the other four images, so it's easier for us to use.
    It's pretty obvious to me which part of the socket is the top. Right?
    WRONG, o' misguided one (referring to me)

    After spending way too much time downloading, cropping images, and putting it all into one picture, it looks like Intel's concept of upper, lower, left and right quadrants was conceived by someone inhaling, snorting or injesting mind "enhancing" substances.

    Near as I can tell, the attached picture shows Intel's concept of their pinmap layouts.
    If I've got this right, the damaged socket pin is J6, which is PEG_TX#[12].

    Anyone care to lay bets as to whether other Intel sockets do/don't use the same orientation?

    Gigabyte P67A-UD4-B3 is dead ?-lga_1155-socket-pinmap-4-quadrants-labeled-cpu-socket_-256c-jpg

    Now that I've put my foot in my mouth, when I looked at this post, I got a DUH moment, where I realized that The upper quadrant is near the upper portion of the motherboard when it's mounted vertically in a tower case. OK, the laugh's on me.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67A-UD4-B3 is dead ?

    Yes, it's VERY confusing since they don't show the actual socket.

    I was going by the top view = top of the board, with the latch screw being the bottom, which is why I had it wrong to begin with I think.

    I didn't add the lower right quadrant PDF image until after I saw your response, so I think you were right to begin with and still are (If you now think you weren't)

    Or did you mean by that last part, that you maybe labeled your image wrong? However confused we are doesn't matter, it's not like knowing which pin could help any of us anyway :(

    It is the pin at the bottom PCIE/NB end of the socket, where the single screw for the latch is, left corner. Intel clearly needs to label or describe the orientation of the socket before their images for the quadrants appear in the PDF :)

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