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Socket 1155 pin snapped HELP ME PLEASE.

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  • Gigabyte
  • Heatsinks
  • Motherboards
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October 8, 2012 12:41:14 PM

So I recently just upgraded my CPU heatsink for my i5 2500k, I was running dual channel Corsair Vengeance memory no problem. Once I completed installing the heatsink I discovered the PC would start then restart over and over again with a few second intervals between and could not get it to POST. I then had a little fiddle round swapping over memory modules to see if that would help but nothing, so I removed one module and I got it to boot however seemed unstable and would freeze on the Windows desktop. Later I removed the new heatsink to check the socket pins and I noticed one was snapped in the lower section closest to the inner rim. So really I would like to know if this one missing pin can be effecting the DDR3 controller?

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October 8, 2012 1:09:33 PM

a missing pin would effect the cpu. get a new one.
October 8, 2012 1:47:02 PM

The pins are on the socket though not the CPU so it would make no difference. I'm actually using it right now its just the fact there is a missing pin on the motherboards CPU socket is leading me to believe its effecting the DIMM slots.
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