ADD99 September 14, 2013 at 09:36:19 Specs: Windows 7, Amd Athlon II x2
I was trying to get the processor off the heat sink, and in the process i bent a bunch of pins and broke one off. If i had a chart of what the pins do i could see if the one that is broken is not necessary for it to run. I would then bend the other pins back. Otherwise i will buy a different one.
you know i fixed a amd processor when the pins where bented . like about 4 pins half way bent but i took my time and straighten them out it wasent easy and it took me a couple of days just to get 2 done but it worked a lot of people get scared about the whole thing that you just might break them but never say never and take your time the one i fix runs great dont know to much if you allready broke them and never tryed installing one to see if it works but thats good that you bought a new one.
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