I Have An Intel DH55HC Motherboard...The Problem Is The Board Has Become A Little Bit Flexible I Mean I Can Squeeze It A Little Bit.Does That Mean The Board Is Going To Die Soon?But There Are Very Minor Performance Issues With The Board.Since The Board Is Still Under Warranty,Will I Get A Replacement Board?Will Intel Send A Better Quality Board At Replacement(I Know They Dont Send Brand New Boards But Refurbished Ones lolz),But Do I Really Need A Change Or Do I Go On With My Original Board?Does Intel Send Previously RMA'd Board Against Replacement(I Heard Somewhere)?
Your taking the mobo out and flexing it? Why? You could damage it... PCBs can flex some and temps can even make them a bit more pliable. As far as performance issues, not sure what you mean, but INtel mobos aren't know for performance, they are suppose to be a solid/staid mobo to run things at stock on