That's absolutely irrelevant, reattaching pins to the CPU package is done many orders of magnitude above the nanometer scale, any amateur scale modeler would be able to do it if provided with a structurally strong, electrically conductive adhesive like a metal laced, two part epoxy...http/www.newscientist.com/article.ns?id=dn8930&feedId=online-news_rss20
they have the perfect solution for you!!!
yes! Read this. A guy on another forum I use had pretty much exactly the same thing happen, and got it fixed:can this be fixed?
http/motherboardrepair.com/index.php?sec=procrepI now do Processor PIN Repair.
Send the processor safely packed in a box not much larger than the original box (don't use those padded paper envelopes, they don't provide enough protection.)
Include with the processor a money order/cashiers check (cash is ok with me if it's ok with you) for $30.00 + $3.85 for shipping USD
Or use your credit card through PayPal (send PayPal to my e-mail): firstname.lastname@example.org
Please, no personal checks.
For 1 to 5 missing pins: $30.00 + $3.85 for shipping USD.
For more than 5 pins E-Mail me for a quote.
If the processor fails to boot there is no charge other than return shipping (if you want the processor back).
c!00c!3....chill outBeside, even if girlD6 had access to their lab and technology, asking those scientists to reattach broken pins onto a CPU would be like asking the NASA to fix your lawnmower...
I asume that there are ways to repair that damage (but not knew of any of them) and I only used that to laguh at itBeside, even if girlD6 had access to their lab and technology, asking those scientists to reattach broken pins onto a CPU would be like asking the NASA to fix your lawnmower...
Yes, it's called scientific investigation, in this case the scientist travels down to the last floor of the human inteligence, takes note of what he sees and then returns to the top and shares what he has learned.....making money while doing so....but linking to an article about an experimental nanotechnology clearly demonstrate how far out of your way you are willing to go to reach the bottom of the human stupidity abyss...
Np, hope you can fix it"It took me a minute to figure out that it was a joke. I have to admit I did think it was funny."
Chopped off. I was trying to install the heat sink when I pulled off the heat sink the processor came off with it. I assume with help from the thermal paste.
I'd be surprised if there were resistivity issues. Silver is an excellent conductor and it's used in some high-end audio interconnects. It does tarnish but I've read that there are workarounds. Not sure how well silver from a mercury amalgum would work though.Depends, got license?xD
bout my idea, is not that weird, dentists used to fill holes in tooth by pouring inside a paste made of silver (dust) in mercury (liquid), the paste (HIGHLY TOXIC) was put into the hole and then heated, the mercury evaporates and only leaves the silver filling the hole.
If you can make a mold of the missing pins and do this procedure, who knows, it might even work!! but silver resistivity is different than the pin's material.......
I would say one tool not mentioned..
A giant magnifying lens, with a light...
Okay... I know I'm getting old and my eye sight isn't as great as it use ta..
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