[SOLVED] CPU socket replacement Services

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I have broken Some pins on my motherboards CPU socket, meaning I can’t bend them back.

Are there any services which can replace the socket?

Any help is appreciated.
 

DSzymborski

Glorious
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I will have to second my colleague's notion here. Repairing physical damage on a motherboard is rarely cost-effective unless it's something you can do yourself and even then, it's only really possible with certain types of physical damage. For example, bending back bent pins (rather than broken ones) or replacing a blown capacitor. Broken pins almost always means wastebin.
 

DSzymborski

Glorious
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I will have to second my colleague's notion here. Repairing physical damage on a motherboard is rarely cost-effective unless it's something you can do yourself and even then, it's only really possible with certain types of physical damage. For example, bending back bent pins (rather than broken ones) or replacing a blown capacitor. Broken pins almost always means wastebin.
 
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