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    Default Re: GA X58A-UD3R Boot Cycle

    Two things. One please do not resize or crop the images if you are.

    And second, please take from an angle off to the side looking towards the socket. You don't have to get super close or anything either.

    First image is semi OK, I can see maybe 35% of the pins but that is all.

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    Default Re: GA X58A-UD3R Boot Cycle

    OK, second image I see one possible bent pin, but that could be just due to the lighting, hard to tell until I get some more images to look at

    So please post some other images if you don't mind, thanks!


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    Default Re: GA X58A-UD3R Boot Cycle

    Is this better?

    GA X58A-UD3R Boot Cycle-socket3-jpg

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    GA X58A-UD3R Boot Cycle-socket4-jpg

    This should give a slightly better focus on the lower half. If anyone is wondering, I took some horribly out-of-focus images and then deleted them due to them just being massive and wasting people's time by making them scroll past them.
    Last edited by VonRock; 03-24-2011 at 02:22 PM.

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    Default Re: GA X58A-UD3R Boot Cycle

    Sorry, no those are not much better. You need much more light in the room (Not flash), and to upload the actual image not resized. Just post the URL's on larger images here, do not attach or use image tags.

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    Default Re: GA X58A-UD3R Boot Cycle

    It's hard to see but along the top row where the square plastic socket mouldings are they look bent to me but try and capture some more images if you can,its worth checking these things so you know 100% that the socket is ok
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    Default Re: GA X58A-UD3R Boot Cycle

    Apologies, I'm not trying to make this difficult, I swear.

    How about these? Natural lighting outside?
    http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t...ry/socket5.jpg
    http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t...ry/socket6.jpg

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    Default Re: GA X58A-UD3R Boot Cycle

    Lighting is great, but now less angle please. Sorry, I am not trying to make this difficult either, just trying to help. Those images might be ok, especially socket5 one as it shows one whole section good it looks like, could upload the image in it's original size.

    Also, PLEASE do not resize the images, upload full size so we can more easily see the pins even if the image is not the best. It's the tips of the pins we need to see more than anything else, and good lighting and large images is what helps with that.

    Here are some good examples of usable images
    Gigabyte P67A-UD4-B3 is dead ?

    Obvious ones here, so this isn't a good example really :)
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...st-ud3r-2.html

    Some great angles, not so great images though
    Gigabyte-EX58-Extreme Boot Error
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...ent-pin-3.html

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    Default Re: GA X58A-UD3R Boot Cycle

    I'm uploading them as the original size on photobucket. They're something like 4 megs an image. If there is something I'm missing let me know.

    This one was 4.5 mb:

    http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t...y/107_3540.jpg

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    Default Re: GA X58A-UD3R Boot Cycle

    I cant see any bent ones in above pic
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