Question BSOD everytime i play a game !!!

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Could try a clear cmos, maybe all the fiddling has even messed that up.

Still looking at those pics, are they all of the same side where i said there where problems or from all four corners?

When getting a new psu make sure you get something decent.
I think so yeah , if u want me to take a last very close picture i would give it another shot with a very close pic and details if that could help
 
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Could try a clear cmos, maybe all the fiddling has even messed that up.

Still looking at those pics, are they all of the same side where i said there where problems or from all four corners?

When getting a new psu make sure you get something decent.
I guess so yeah , should i take another and last pics more detail?
 

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No these pics are fine. Did a clear cmos help?

Was looking at picture nr4,



think the square is where you bend pins back? Looks like the one circled kinda tumbles over (leans abit out of it's socket) might not be able to get a good contact with the cpu that way.
The other circle looks like just a little paste left, if non coductive like Arctic MX2/4 for example and not touching other pins likely not that bad, but just telling what i see (think i see) and can be quite OCD that way.😁

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No these pics are fine. Did a clear cmos help?

Was looking at picture nr4,



think the square is where you bend pins back? Looks like the one circled kinda tumbles over (leans abit out of it's socket) might not be able to get a good contact with the cpu that way.
The other circle looks like just a little paste left, if non coductive like Arctic MX2/4 for example and not touching other pins likely not that bad, but just telling what i see (think i see) and can be quite OCD that way.😁

Oh ... it's not a day job so i can be away for some time or even longer. If you reacted once will i get notified.
Im honestly very appreciate your help mate , god bless u , anyway i will try to remove the cpu even tho im playing a game right now and haha its kinda hard to leave it cuz u know that feeling enjoying this game and no bsod at the moment but it will happen i reckon lol , anyway do u think that little bent can cause the dual channel not working? Dang thats extremely details , but yea you are right im gonna remove the cpu right now and keep in touch
 
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Think i see strands of hair from the brush you used in the left down corner and around it in this pic,



same corner other way pic taken, top right corner,



use something to blow that out of the socket.

Did you also clean the bottom of the cpu with some alcohol? The contact pads, might also maybe help.

Also as a reminder, do get a good psu.
 
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Think i see strands of hair from the brush you used in the left down corner and around it in this pic,



same corner other way pic taken, top right corner,



use something to blow that out of the socket.

Did you also clean the bottom of the cpu with some alcohol? The contact pads, might also maybe help.

Also as a reminder, do get a good psu.
Ok mate i will try that and also what psu u recommend , something kinda cheap
 

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What budget for the psu and what country?


Saw also this in the socket, if some kind of corrosion remove it with a wooden toothpick dipped into some isopropyl alcohol,




as long as the two smd's no longer touch each other is it good.
 
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What budget for the psu and what country?


Saw also this in the socket, if soem kind of corrosion remove it with a wooden toothpick dipped into some isopropyl alcohol,

View: https://imgur.com/a/NVoqwYy

As u can see there a thermal paste on the cou back on the left side i just noticed , but the problem is not here , the problem there was a thermal paste on the buttom of the cpu there it was on the contact but i removed it , but idk if that can cause also
 

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New build sounds good, can transfer a psu to it so is no reason not to spend money on it. Can you link where to buy? Or is Amazon okay?

As long as the paste doesn't touch the contact pads is it fine.
 
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Then use some of the isopropyl alcohol and clean it of, might as well clean the whole bottom of the cpu. Did you look at the picture of the smd's in the middle of the cpu socket?
Yes mate i did and cleaned it off completely , i cant find the alcohol lol i lost it kind of but i grabbed a piece of a very soft tissue not a tissue idk what its called tbh and i cleaned everything with it
 
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If you have any medical alcohol in the house will that work too.
Yea unfortunately i dont , and im trying to find this but jesus , anyway i dont know should i just put the cpu on the mother or is it really important to put alcohol before put everything back ? Thanks in advance and ur time my guy
 

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No don't use colon/perfume. The almost pure alcohol is just a good solvent and not agressive for the parts.

Seen a guy use break cleaner, but he also uses multi purpose spray afterwards to protect the parts,

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whether you want to follow that route is up to you. I've never done it.

If any debree is gone and the strands of hair from the brush are one, the corrosion removed from those centre SMD's (so they do not make contact) do i see no reason not to put things together.


For some psu's,

MSI MPG A650GF

Corsair CX550F RGB

SilverStone ET750-HG
 
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No don't use colon/perfume. The almost pure alcohol is just a good solvent and not agressive for the parts.

Seen a guy use break cleaner, but he also uses multi purpose spray afterwards to protect the parts,

The Tech YES Lovin' Process in 2019 - (Build a Used PC Faster than ever) Tech YES City Geverifieerd • 14K weergaven Nieuw

whether you want to follow that route is up to you. I've never done it.

If any debree is gone and the strands of hair from the brush are one, the corrosion removed from those centre SMD's (so they do not make contact) do i see no reason not to put things together.


For some psu's,

MSI MPG A650GF

Corsair CX550F RGB

SilverStone ET750-HG
I think the first psu is pretty good
Anyway i put everything back again, but unfortunately the led red light is still on , i really wonder if im missing something , or should i give up? And also i dont wanna take ur full time my guy , there is i think one guy posted before that the led was on always he removed the back of the cpu motherboard or something, and put it again and it works im still not sure cuz i cant find the post but anyway what do u think mate
 

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