Question Damage to the socket

Sep 27, 2020
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That would more likely be attributed to graphics card - overheating/damage/unstable overclock.

CPU socket damage can cause problems with ram detection/operation, pcie slot detection/operation or general cpu failure.

The problem in pci epress is suspicious because the graphics card is installed in this slot !!!!!1

In all my games I have trouble screen tearing and Cuts and slight image shake
Although v sync is enabled
 
1st - start by listing full specs of your system.

Next - monitor CPU and GPU temperatures. Use MSI afterburner.
If you're using PCIE riser, then it may be necessary to lower PCIE gen settings for gpu slot.
And set vsync to adaptive (if using Nvidia card).
 
Sep 27, 2020
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1st - start by listing full specs of your system.

Next - monitor CPU and GPU temperatures. Use MSI afterburner.
If you're using PCIE riser, then it may be necessary to lower PCIE gen settings for gpu slot.
And set vsync to adaptive (if using Nvidia card).
cpu : i5 10600ka
ram : 16gb adata 2600
ssd : silicon power (sata)
hdd : 3 tra wd blue
psu : asus 750 b
cooler: silver stone pf 360
mb: gigabyte z490 elite ac
vga :rx 580 saphhire 8gb
cpu max temp : 65 - gpu : 75
 

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